The Bucks County Gazette - Bristol, Pennsylvania February 12, 1903
Mr. and Mrs. Minor H. Ivins, of s Admission barn to ill having on a Oi- with offers to lurÂ« HUU miss* HAIUM* **i *" Â·wo* v Â»-P place, were given a surprise party last day evening, It being the thirty-fifth anniversary of their wedding. Guests were present from Philadelphia, Penns Manor, Trenton, Bristol, Morris- vllle, and Wheatsheaf. Games, music, singing and dancing were enjoyed. Miss Pittenger, of Philadelphia, played piano selections. Headley, Wolston gave violin selections, A repastÂ«was served at midnight. Those present were: Mr. and Mis. Minor H. Ivins, Miss Stella Ivins, Leila Ivins, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ivins, Wolston. Headley Wolston, Miss Anna Wolston. Penns Manor; Misa Lillian Pittenger, Lawrence Bailey, Mr. Oopeland, William Ivins, and William Jones, Philadelphia; Mr. and Mra. Harry White, Bristol; Frank Sweet, Wheatebeaf; Miss Emma Ivins, Mr. and Mra. Edwin Mr. and Mrs. Minor Ivins, Mr. and Klbert Ivins, Harvey Ifowell, Donald Ivins, Miss Bertha Allen, Rnssel Walter Allen, Bailie Allen, Trenton; and Mrs. Elmer Anderson and Theodore White, Morrisvlle.