Thursday, October 19, 2006
Cupp home setting for family reunion
Kathy Kemp and son, Gerald, of Oxford, were the weekend guests of her mother, Ginger Kemp.
Charlie Douglas and children, Caroline and Chandler, of Starkville, spent the weekend with his parents, Leigh and Dick Douglas. While here, they got to visit with other family and friends.
Dick Douglas and his brother, Bill Douglas of Germantown, Tenn., returned Friday from a week long trout fishing expedition. They stayed at the Rainbow Trout Resort in Cotter, Ark. The duo enjoyed a bountiful trip and beautiful weather.
Barbara Read is in Baptist East Hospital in Memphis, Tenn., recovering from hip surgery. Her daughter, Amy Read of Houston, Tx., is here visiting with her, as well as with friends.
Harold and Susie Murphy, Dale and Tammy Covington and son, Cole, Wayne and Lisa Dodson and children, Houston and Emily, Bobby and Barbara Taylor and son, Heath, Keith and Christy Owens and daughter, Bailey, Hal and Eleanor Stroupe and son, Tyler, Donna Malone and daughter, Molly, Ashley Forester and Jessie Mills, were all tailgating for Mississippi State’s homecoming football game in Starkville, on Saturday.
Helen Power, Julie Mitchell, Kathy Elgin, Suzanne Lafever, Susie Murphy, Missy Cook and Dinah Kay Lundine ventured south to Canton, for the annual Canton Flea Market last week.
Tammy and Billy Cupp, Jr., hosted a family gathering this weekend. Those who attended were Sheila, David, Brad and Danielle Fultz of Atlanta, Ga., Billy and Diane Fuller, Billy Fuller, Jr., and son, Colton of Jackson, Ann and Alexis Waxman of Plano, Tx., Crystal and Dallon Buchanan and son, Ethan, of Fayetteville, Ark., Johnny and Penny Fuller and Scott and Janet Peacock and daughter, Brittney, of Southaven, Uncle H.G. and Fran Fuller, their daughter Pam Clearman and her daughter, Alison, of Oxford. On Saturday, they were all treated to a gourmet feast prepared by Billy and Tammy. They swapped stories from days gone by, each having their own entertaining tidbit to add. Sunday, the group headed to Riverside, for the Fuller Family Reunion. This reunion has been going on at Riverside since 1982. There were 155 people there. The Fullers were in mass, numbering over 120 of the people who attended! The rest were Riverside residents and neighbors of the family. Everyone had a wonderful time visiting with friends and family they had not seen in years.
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Couple to wed Saturday at Christ Temple
Simon and Ila Grace Taylor of Holly Springs announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Lavida S. Taylor to Louis Smith.
Lavida is a 1998 graduate of Holly Springs High School and a 2001 graduate of Oxford Career Center and is employed with Alliance HealthCare.
Louis is the son of Louis Mack of Chattanooga, Tenn., and Betty Mack of Memphis, Tenn. He is a 1994 graduate of Byhalia High School and is employed with Sears Home Delivery Corp. in Olive Branch.
The wedding will be held at 3 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 21, 2006 at Christ Temple Church of God In Christ in Holly Springs. All family and friends are cordially invited to attend.
Dallas, Lacey and Dylan would like to introduce Jenna Makayla Sullivan, their baby sister, born July 13, 2006.
Jenna weighed five pounds, three ounces and was 18-1/2 inches long. She is welcomed home by her parents, Ronnie and Amy Sullivan of Potts Camp.
Grandparents are Simmie and Kathy Bright of Clarksdale and the late Luke and Shirley Sullivan of Byhalia.
Jenna and her family would like to say thank you to everyone who prayed for her while she was in Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. If Jenna could talk she would say a special thank you and I love you to her pastor, Jerry Waldrop for his spiritual fight for her life before she was born.
Annual “Christmas in Holly Springs” tour
Holiday time is drawing near. Our 18th annual “Christmas in Holly Springs” tour will be celebrated December 2 and 3.
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