Thursday, August 3, 2006
Thomas Stewart celebrates birthday
Thomas Stewart, son of Tom and Linda, celebrated his fifth birthday last Wednesday afternoon. Those who attended were Grady Brooks, Bryan Thomas O’Neil, and Justin Holbrook. The children’s parents also attended, as well as Laura Clarkson, Ashley Holbrook, Thomas’ sister, Brittany and his aunt Lea Stewart of Memphis, Tenn. Everyone enjoyed pizza, cake and ice cream. Tom and Phoebe Stewart, Thomas’ grandparents from Houston, Texas, sent a piñata which was filled with goodies. The absolute hit of the party was a can of trick peanuts, which was given to him by Aunt Lea. Happy fifth birthday, Thomas!
Everette Stubbs of Washington, DC, Pat and Pat Ellis Stubbs and Ellis Stubbs attended the Neshoba County Fair last week.
Kay Wheeler, Becky Cupp, Robin Seale, Vicki Webb and Smitty and Vivian Smith all celebrated the birthdays of Ben Seale and Walter Webb on Saturday night. The group travelled to Collierville, Tenn., to eat at the Bonefish Grill in honor of the two men. Happy belated birthdays!
Charlie Douglas was in town from Starkville, on Saturday. He visited with his parents, Leigh and Dick Douglas, and friends.
Jacque and Mike Kazemba and children, Hallie and Drew, and Betty Kazemba all returned Friday from a trip to Disneyworld in Orlando, Fla., where they spent a fun-filled week riding rides and enjoying all that Orlando had to offer. Glad they are home safely.
Linda Stubbs’ beloved, sassy, Delta kitty died Wednesday, July 26, at Willow Bend Animal Clinic. She was a faithful, loving companion and delightful member of the Stubbs family for 12-1/2 years. Rev. Bruce McMillan conducted a beautiful service for her in Linda’s backyard, where she is buried in the flower bed with Venus de Milo. Following the service, Ellis Stubbs, Bruce McMillan, David Seale and Linda celebrated her life with champagne. Delta will be missed greatly by all who loved her.
Herman and Sandra Young enjoyed spending time with their grandchildren last week. Those who visited were Jack and Beth Ann Young of Jackson, and Peyton Stone of Olive Branch.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hagins of New Albany, entertained Bobby and Deb Seale, Elaine and Joe Williams, David Seale and Linda Stubbs on Saturday night. The occasion was to celebrate the 100th birthday of Robert A. Seale Jr., the father of Bobby and David Seale, Elaine Williams and Michelle Hagins.
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Vivian Moore and Michael Hardaway to wed August 5 at Oak Palace
Vivian Moore of Victoria will become the bride of Michael Hardaway on August 5, 2006 at 5 p.m. at the Oak Palace in Holly Springs. A reception will immediately follow the wedding.
The bride-elect and prospective groom are both graduates of Byhalia High School.
The couple will make their home in Victoria. All family and friends are cordially invited to attend.
Rachel Clarkson and Jesse Coop to wed at the First Presbyterian Church
Teresa Clarkson of Olive Branch and Greg and Betty Clarkson of Waterford are proud to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Rachel Leigh Clarkson to Jesse Robert Coop, son of Perry and Christy Martin of Horn Lake and the late James Stewart Coop of Potts Camp.
Miss Clarkson is the granddaughter of Ferrell and Betty Moore of Holly Springs; Sonny and Cathy Hunt and the late Melvin Clarkson of Ashland. Rachel is a 2002 graduate of Olive Branch High School and is currently employed at Wal-Mart in Southaven.
Mr. Coop is the grandson of the late Robert Roland Hardison of Barton, John and Jeanie Malmede of Eudora, Sandi Coop and the late James Sydney Coop of Potts Camp. Jesse is a 2005 graduate of Horn Lake High School and is currently employed at CB Richard Ellis in Memphis, Tenn.
The couple will exchange vows at the First Presbyterian Church in Byhalia on August 18, 2006 at 6 p.m. Jesse and Rachel will make their home in Barton.
All family and friends are invited to attend.
Andreia Johnson and Antonio Milam to wed August 5 in Jamaica
Pauline Ingram and James Wilkins of Byhalia and Richard Johnson of Olive Branch announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Andreia Lequay Johnson, to Antonio Martez Milam, both of Byhalia, son of Gilbert and Bonnie Milam of Byhalia.
Andreia is the granddaughter of Richard and Pearline Nelson of Olive Branch and Ethel Lee Ingram and the late Jessie Ingram of Byhalia. She is a graduate of Byhalia High and received an associate of applied science degree in computer network systems from ITT Technical Institute. Andreia is currently employed as a commercial credit specialist for InSouth Bank in Memphis, Tenn.
Antonio is the grandson of Andrew and Helena Lucas of Victoria and the late John and Reola Milam of Byhalia. He is a Byhalia High graduate and received a bachelor of business administration in management information systems from the University of Memphis. Antonio is currently employed is a lead representative for ServiceMaster in Memphis, Tenn.
The couple’s beachfront wedding ceremony will be held in Ocho Rios, Jamaica on August 5, 2006. Andreia and Antonio will celebrate their union August 19, 2006 at the Cat House Café with family and friends.
The couple and their daughter, Lauren Kendall, will reside in Southaven.
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