Clipped From The Delta Democrat-Times
c. Caraway Celebrates Her 86 Birthday She enjoyed many gifls present ed by Miss Dovie Douglas, Mrs. Ed Harper, Mrs. T. H. 'Mammy" Carl- Mrs. H. F. Scott, Mrs. May Cheairs. Mrs. L. E. Henderson, Mrs Sam Hall, Mrs. J. B. Gladncy' Sr. ....^Vm i~ ™ -!' Caraway 83 hon °™ on Thursday on the or her 86th birthday, when a 6™«P of friends gathered at her | llousc on North Main lo wish her [many liappy returns of the day. Mrs. A. A. Colcman and Mrs. H. II 'arr, who were present for the get ogether and were served refresh meuts of cake and coffee by .Miss Chaillc Caraway. On Friday, a group of children from the Sunbeam Band of the local local Baptist Church of which Mrs. Caraway is a member, came to sing songs and have prayer for the honor guest. They were accompanied accompanied by their leaders, Mrs. J. E. Britton and Mrs. Hoss Crowe. Mrs. Caraway, a native Mtssi- ssipian, born at Bassfield, has also also lived in Louisiana before coming to Eudora in December of 1027, and of her death, years since her husband's wilh the companionship of a daughter, daughter, Miss Chaille Caraway, one of her eight living children. Asked what she enjoys most of her life today, Mrs. Caraway said that since she can't be active as she once was in the life of her church that she definitely looks forward most of the time when icr children come home. Her children are Charles Carraway ind Mrs. H. P. Thompson of Monroe, Monroe, La., Mrs. li. E. McKay of Lncedalo, Miss.; Mrs. W. D. Parr, Hot Springs; Mrs. E. T. Day, Texarkana; Texarkana; S. O. Caraway, Greenville and F. H. Caraway and Miss Chaille Caraway of F.udora. She has cighl grandchildren, four^boys and four girls and one granddaughter-in-law. granddaughter-in-law.