From a Barbour County Scrapbook
submitted by Linda Graham.
Clippings from the Barbour Democrat
Mrs. Wince Honored
17 June, 1939
Mrs. E. H. WINCE, of Locust Avenue, was the guest of honor at a family picnic
Sunday. The occasion was her 74th birthday. The picnic was held at the home of
Mrs. WINCE's daughter, Mrs. K.E. CLARK, of Tenmile. Those present were: Mrs.
WINCE, Mr. and Mrs. K.E. CLARK, Jimmie and Jackie CLARK, Mr. and Mrs. L.Glenn
ZINN, Elmer, Warren and Tony Lee ZINN, Mr. and Mrs. Don WINCE, and William
CAMPBELL. [editor's note: Jimmie and Jackie Clark were the sons of Kent and Ina
Wince Clark, at whose home the party was held. The L. Glenn Zinn and Addie WINCE
Zinn family (she the daughter of Mrs. Wince) included sons Elmer, Warren and Tony
Lee. Don Wince was the son of Mrs. Wince ; I don't know the identity of William
Campbell. Mrs. E. H. is Mrs. Elmer Henry Wince, maiden name Mary Jane RYAN ]
Another Story about the same 1939 birthday: Reunion Dinner For the first time in
three years the family of Mrs. E.H. WINCE were all together at a reunion dinner
held at her home on Locust Avenue, Friday evening. Those present were: Mrs.
Winces' four children: Mrs. K.W. CLARK [Ina], Mrs. L. Glenn ZINN [Addie], and
Donald WINCE of Philippi, and Harley O. WINCE of Detroit, Michigan. Mrs. Harley O.
WINCE and daughter Marylin [sic] of Detroit, her son, Billy GIBBONS, and her
mother, Mrs. Annie CHASE, both of Essex, Ontario, Canada; K.E. CLARK [Kent] and
two sons, Jackie and Jimmie; L. Glenn ZINN and three sons, Elmer, Warren and Tony
Lee; Mrs. Donald WINCE, and Mrs. E.H. WINCE. One granddaughter, Miss Vivian ZINN,
who is employed at Jackson's Mill, was not able to be present. The visitors from
Detroit and Canada left for Detroit early Saturday morning.
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