This July 26, 1917, Lowell Tribune article appeared on page 1, column 6:
Last Thursday, July 19, being the 16th birthday of Miss Ina Hayhurst, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Hayhurst, planned a surprise on her. Miss Mary Little invited Ina over to spend afternoon and evening with her. She arrived home about 8:30 to find the house full of young folks awaiting her arrival. To say she was surprised is putting it mild, but she soon began to untie the many packages of birthday remembrances and joined in the fun making. At an early hour refreshments were served, after which all departed, wishing Miss Ina many more happy birthdays. Those present were: Bert Bruce, John Bruce, Hugh Hayden, Earl Little, Dewey Pinkerton, George Stuppy, Eddie Eilerman, Ivan Hayhurst, Burdette Hayden, Arthur Fleming, Elmer Childress, Hall Harrington, Lester Phillips, Roy Phillips, Henry Tribbbey, Misses Mary Little, Grace Rudolph, Grace Eilerman, Helen Eilerman, Rose Busse, Ruby Busse, Leota Pinkerton, Florine Pinkerton, Florence, Bessie, Bertha and Ruth Stuppy, Ina Hayhurst, Mr. and Mrs. T.A. Hayden and Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Hayhurst.