Approximately twenty neighbors on Park Drive gave a surprise party for Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Lane last Tuesday night. The Lanes recently purchased the home formerly belonging to Gilbert Logue. The Lane’s star boarder, Uncle Dave Wilkes, also moved with them and becomes another resident of the community he refers to as “Buttermilk Ridge.”
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Underwood were hosts in a dinner Saturday in honor of James N. Underwood, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Underwood, who has just returned to the United States after 22 months of overseas duty. Those present at the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Duncan and children, Sue and Wootie, of Birmingham; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Underwood and son, James; Miss Marie Miller; Sam E. Underwood and Jimmy and Sammy Underwood.
Mrs. C. A. McClendon, Jr., entertained informally June 26 at her home on Cumberland Circle to compliment Mrs. E. Marray Chalton, of Detroit but formerly of Donelson. Guests included Mrs. R. R. Neil and Mrs. Theodore Simpkins, of Donelson, Mrs. E. R. Harris, of Nashville, and Mrs. W. E. Scandlyn, of Harriman. Refreshments were served.
Mrs. R. R. Neil, Jr., entertained in a luncheon honoring Mrs. E. Murray Charlton, of Detroit, who is visiting her mother, Mrs. Leopold Strasser, at the Richland Golf Club Saturday. The center table ornament was filled with garden flowers. The honoree was presented with a gift and each guest received a favor. The guests were Mrs. Warren Evans, Mrs. G. W. Harbison, Mrs. J. A. Goodrich, Mrs. E. K. Harris, Mrs. C. A. McClendon, Jr., and Mrs. Theodore Simpkins.