Ranger Exes Memorial - RHS Class of 1932

Doris Dryden DORIS ELAINE DRYDEN HUBBARD was born in Pittsburg, KS, on Aug. 14, 1914, to George and Zettie Stith Dryden. She was the eldest of three children. She was 13 years old when the family settled in Ranger, TX and was in the RHS Class of 1932. She was married in May of 1931 in Ranger to Seth Lee Hubbard (RHS-1928 and they shared the bonds of matrimony for 68 years. Doris and Seth moved to Monahans in 1933, where they worked and raised a family. Doris worked for Bill Agey at the Prescription Shop for several years. Later, she was employed by Furr’s Supermarkets, where she progressed from working in the meat market to grocery checker to manager of the drug department. She held the latter position until her retirement. She was active in Business Women of America, and served a term as president of the local club. Doris relished her retirement years. She was able to spend time with her family in Dallas and pursued her favorite pastime of playing bridge. She was a “Pink Lady” at Ward Memorial Hospital for 25 years. She was a lifelong member of the First Baptist Church of Monahans. Doris was preceded in death by her beloved grandson, Scott, her son Mickey, and her husband Seth, as well as her sister Betty and her brother Bob. Her memory and legacy lives on in a son Don (Donnie), of the home, grandson Marc Hubbard of Dallas, granddaughter Sandi Hubbard of New York City, and great-grandsons Charlie and John. She is buried next to her son and grandson at Restland Memorial Garden in Dallas, TX.