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Wayne County News
December 7, 1922


The members of the class taught by Chas. E. Walker in the Wayne Baptist Sunday school arranged a surprise dinner party to meet at the home of Mrs. Amanda F. Osburn, the oldest member of the class, on Wednesday, the 29th day of November, that being the 93rd anniversary of the birth of "Aunt" Amanda, and it was a delightful surprise.

The class, together with the officers and teachers of the school and others who had heretofore been members of the class while residents in Wayne, having prepared a feast in the way of eatables, gathered at the home, bringing an abundance of good things to eat, and invited "Aunt" Amanda to join them in a birthday dinner in her honor. Mrs. Osburn was born in Chesterfield County, Virginia, November 29, 1829. Though quite old, she is very stout and active for her age.

Those present were Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Click, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wilcox, Mr. and Mrs. Everett F. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Newman, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Peters, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Fisher F. Scaggs, Mr. and Mrs. Simpson Booton, Mrs. Jones S. Porter, Frederick Porter, Nell Jones Click, Mrs. P. H. Napier, Junior Napier, Mrs. Mont Pigg, Ora Frances Pigg, Mrs. Lora Lambert, Mrs. Joe Newman, Mrs. H. W. Thompson, Mrs. J. M. Thompson, Mrs. O. J. Smith, Mabel Smith, Homer Smith, Nevel Smith, Miss Alma F. Walker, Ruth Walker, Miss Irene Smith, Miss Helen Newman, Mr. Lawrence M. Walker, Mrs. A. W. Damron, Mrs. C. L. Damron, Josephine Peters, Mr. Albert Smith, Joseph Jefferson Newman, Mrs. R. J. Thompson, Opal Smith, and Amanda F. Osburn.

Transcription by June White

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