Thursday, October 12, 2006
Anna Summerlin awarded first alternate; and Hallie Kazemba, second, plus best dressed, in pageant
Alexis and Clay Williams of Ocean Springs spent the weekend in the home of her parents, Susan and Jimmy Warren.
Becky Cupp visited with her granddaughter, Emma Grace, and parents, Christopher and Jenny Cupp, in Olive Branch, on Saturday.
Congratulations to Anna Summerlin and Hallie Kazemba, who competed in the White Oak Festival Pageant in Byhalia on Saturday. Anna, daughter of Jim and Tish Summerlin, placed first alternate. She is a fourth grader at Marshall Academy. Hallie, daughter of Mike and Jacque Kazemba, placed second alternate and was awarded best dressed. She is in the third grade at Marshall Academy.
Tyler Boyd met cousins, Wanda and Lois, for the first time on a weekend visit to Ole Miss. Tyler, 23, a native Virginian, recently graduated from Columbia University and now resides in New York City. He is the grandson of the late Barnett (Pete) Boyd, who grew up in Holly Springs.
Faces from around Holly Springs who were seen Saturday tailgating in the Grove for Ole Miss’ Homecoming game against Vanderbilt were Johnny Valentine and his son, John Austin, Dustin Allen, Susan Bonds and her mother, Frances, Brent Adams, Chelsea Faulkenberry, Bo Bonds, Casey McCullar, Jessica Taylor and Kelsey Farese.
Tuesday night, Margaret Brown and Jane Farris went to Capers, a new restaurant in Batesville, to celebrate the 50th birthday of a Chi Omega friend, Ethel Graeber Gibbes of Columbia, S.C.
Bea McCrosky from Jackson, was the weekend guest of her brother, Alex, over the weekend.
Becky Cupp, Robin Seale and Margaret Ann Barruel stopped by to visit Christopher Cupp and Beverly Fitch in Olive Branch, on Monday afternoon.
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Donny and Kristen Kirksey are proud to announce the birth of their son, Brayden Lynn Kirksey. Brandon was born May 22, 2006 at Baptist DeSoto Hospital in Southaven. He weighed seven pounds, one ounce and was 20-1/2 inches long.
Maternal grandparents are Chris and Michelle Watts of Potts Camp and Jerry McMillen of Byhalia.
Paternal grandparents are Polk and Dawn Orton of Munford, Tenn., and Donny and Dawn Stayton of Potts Camp.
Maternal great-grandparents are Jessie Griffin of Potts Camp, Jacky Griffin of Ashland and David and Kathey Pannell of Byhalia.
Paternal great-grandparents are Elivis and Thersa Kirksey of Memphis, Tenn., and the late Brenda True of Memphis, Tenn.
Brayden was welcomed home by his 2-year-old brother, Preston.
Richard and Samantha Skelton of Lamar are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Jamye Brook. Jamye was born on Sept. 11 and weighed eight pounds, six ounces.
Grandparents are Danny and Penny Barry of Slayden and Tommy Skelton of Lamar and Teresa Hunsucker of Waterford.
Welcoming baby Jamye home was her “best friend” Chelsea Reaves.
Christopher Ricky Clayton and Candace Nicole Clayton of Potts Camp want to announce the birth of their daughter, Natalie Renee Clayton, born Sept. 25, 2006. She weighed five pounds and was 17-1/2 inches long.
Her grandparents are Jackie and Lisa West and Sheila and Ricky Clayton of Potts Camp, Ben and Stacey Hendricks of Oxford.
Welcoming her home is her big sister, Morgan Clayton.
A visit to “a day in the past”
From the Museum this weekend we’ll be traveling back in time over the eons of history where time will stand still.
Local publishes first book of poetry; available at museum and Square Books
The simple rhymes from the pen of a self-described simple poet are offered for the enjoyment of readers who do not take their poetry too seriously. Most of these poems have previously appeared in the monthly newsletter of Memphis Mensa, a few were written during his misspent youth as a merchant seaman, and the rest were written for family members.
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