Thursday, March 29, 2007
Tree planting ceremony at Strawberry Plains held in memory of Rob Warren
Weekend guests in the home of Susan and Jimmy Warren were their daughter, Alexis Williams of Ocean Springs, and Susan’s sister, Stacey Pace of Hattiesburg. They were here especially to participate in the tree planting ceremony at Strawberry Plains in memory of Rob Warren.
Alice Long and Tess Sickler travelled last week to Deland, Fla., where they visited with Lucy and Jack Cheney and their daughter, Pat. They drove over to Daytona, Fla., to see Hal Holbrook in “An Evening with Mark Twain.” While there, Alice visited with her good friends, Grady and Denette Jones and their children Adam, Katy and Lauren, in Oviedo, Fla.. Grady is the hand sign painter for Disney World.
The first of March, Dr. William Swafford of Boulder, Colo., and William Capelle of Gulfport, were up here completing a film project that they have been working on with Alice Long since 1973. William is a senior engineer with Dupont in Gulfport and William is working doing experimental lab work at a university outside of Boulder.
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Maternal grandparents are Tony and Beverly Hood of Lamar. Great-grandparents are James and Charlotte Bryant of Lamar; Ann and Bill Leatherwood of Moscow, Tenn., and Carl and Emma Hood of Olive Branch.
Paternal grandparents are Gloria Moore of Grand Junction, Tenn., and Charlie Moore Jr. of Byhalia. Great-grandparents are Linda and Charlie Moore Sr. of Byhalia and James and Lydia Napper of Grand Junction, Tenn.
Proud parents are Andy and B.J. Busby of Independence. Hayli Grace’s grandparents are Bill and Lessie Bailey of Byhalia, Chuck Busby of Independence and Deanna Busby of Olive Branch.
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