Clipping cut from the September 19th, 1946 issue of Grosse Pointe News:
A group of strenuous boys wanted in on a party in progress on Rivard at 11:30 Saturday night but the members of the household appeared to be choosey about their guests and decided otherwise.
When the would-be guests gave evidence of not taking “NO” for an answer the police were summoned.
But the youngsters, getting wind of the alarm, disappeared like quail in the chaparral.
When I read this account of a factual event that happened in Grosse Pointe, Michigan over a half-century ago, I imagine the uninvited youngsters, the choosey household, the summoned police, and even the quail in black and white.