Fort Gibson OK--Party for Claude & Beulah Smith after their marriage
and i Clark.svilte, Ark., Tuesday night where and The Study elub of the Christian society met Tuesday night the ofo their leader, • Mrs. ,i„„„,. nniilnnd the of Mr. the she O the, past' A at 7 J M F and Mis.s and Mrs. Clyde B. Kagy Miss Irene Murta delight- ill fully entertained for Mr M'-s. (' Claude C. Smith, nee .Miss BeuUih; ' Bl.'iir of Fort Smith. .-'vrk„ Tuesday: night. Mr .and Mrs. Smith, have both ' taught in the high school 'lere the j „ past two years and were married • Muskogee by the Rev. B. A. Pugh, pas- | tor of the Central Baptist church, Saturday, Nov. 22, 1922. The marriage w.-is kept secret until Christmas. A large number of beautiful gifts were showered upon Mrs. Smith. Papivs upon which were'written verses from Mother Goose melodies—the gifts had been hidden in various places in the rooms and as each guest's name was c.nlPed the verso w.is read aloud Indicating where the package was. A gri^at „ - - . . .. ... deal of merriment was occasioned oyl^nd . Vann Muskogee Mrs. week. the and Sail'^'' the each guest being calJed upon to give tho bride and groom advice "How to * Mamigc a HusbandV and ''How to Manage a "Wife." The guests'were Dr. and Mrs. G. . C. • Wallls, Mr. and Mrs.' R. E. Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Brodle, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wingfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde B. Kogy, Prof, and Mrs. I. L. George, Mr. and Mrs. Claude C. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. John C. HowellMrs. Andrew L. Rogers, Mrs. Ollie Dillon, Mrs. Harrl' son Smith Mrs. John D. Lake Mrs. •Hugh M. Rogei-s Mrs. Edith H. Walk-^ er a;id Misses Vellda Moseley, Beatrice Holly, Irene Murta and Jean H.amll- ton. A salad course was served late in the evening. . > -Mr. and Mrs. Ow^'h F. Thornton were the dinner guests Wednesday evening ot Congressman W.. W. Hast- IngK and Mrs. Hastings at their home In Tahleauali. C.