In 1913, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Walsh entertained at their home on Richmond Place in Jamestown Friday afternoon in honor of the sixth birthday of their daughter, Elaine. There were about 30 boys and girls present. During the earlier part of the afternoon, games were enjoyed on the lawn of the home. In the donkey contest the first prize was awarded to Irene Stone and the consolation prize to Virgil Samuelson. In the peanut hunt held inside the house, the first prize went to Richard Illig and the consolation prize was taken by Samuel Charles Malmberg of Detroit. At 4 in the afternoon a luncheon was served in the dining room. Little Miss Walsh was the recipient of many beautiful gifts, among them a purse of $20.