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 - JOHNSUE NEWS IN A pinky-blue shower was given...
JOHNSUE NEWS IN A pinky-blue shower was given Thursday afternoon in honor of Mrs. C. H. Hilliard. She was the recipient of many lovely gifts. Games were played played and everyone reported a nice time. The hostesses for the oc- , BW oo«, ^ ^~~ c« D iui» w ci . Mrs. J. E. Clayton, Mrs. Judd Woodell, Mrs. J. M. casion were . , . . . Diamond, and Mrs. M. L. Sut- War tie. Refreshments of angel food his cake and fruit punch were serv- G. e d I in Mrs. J. E. Clayton entertain- ed the weekly bridge club Wed- ' nesday evening at the recrea- of tion hall Mrs. F. K. Sawyer and Mrs. C. 0. Chandler resigned, but two new members were add- ed. They were Mrs. A. J. Man- and gum and Mrs. H. Howell. High score was won by Mrs. H. A. Heaves. Mrs. A. J. Mangum was second high and bingo was won by Mrs. C. 0. Chandler. < Mrs. W. A. McAlister sponsor- ed a dance at the recreation hall for the football team and high sch6ol young people of Katy af- nin terthe game Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. George Turbe- to Deville of Houston visited Sun- Freiday in the home of their daugh- Lat terand family, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mangum. j ed Mrs. G. C. Patterson of Hous- ton was a visitor in the camp Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and-Mrs. John 0. Sue of Houston were camp Sunday. visitors in the ^ company MrsT~Judd Woodell and Mrs.' er> J. E. Clayton visited Mrs. Dick Barkley in the hospital at Sug- of arland last Friday. ' Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Russell of and niece made a trip to Hous-' ton Monday. • Mr and Mrs W B. Burgess spent Saturday in Bellville vis- iting friends. i Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Brooks of spent Wednesday and Thursday in Huntsville with Mrs. Brooks' j parents, i George Vucinovich and his mother, Mrs. George Vucinovich Sr., spent Sunday evening in Sealy. Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Mills and little daughter spent the weekend weekend in Hempstead. Mr. and Mrs. Lee H. Cox of — — - Houston visited in the camp Saturday afternoon. of Mrs. I. L. Rhodes of Wichita Falls is spending a few weeks with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Rhodes. .d Mrs. O. U. "nodes I Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Mathyer I . spent Friday in Houston. On the sick list this week are continued on page six | -- ,__ __ _

Clipped from The Brookshire Times29 Sep 1944, FriPage 1

The Brookshire Times (Brookshire, Texas)29 Sep 1944, FriPage 1
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