Thursday, January 11, 2007
Beth and Dolly White attend reunion in Tampa Fla.
Beth and Dolly White, Frances Moore of Byhalia and Lyla Vanzant of Tunica just recently returned from a Newsom family reunion in Tampa, Florida. They were joined by Sam and Gina White and their children, Jake and Macy, of Medina, Tenn., Agnes and Johnny Johnson of Jackson, Ms., and Gerry and Judy Mims of Kosciusko. They enjoyed a wonderful dinner party in the home of Dr. and Mrs. (Marjorie) George Haffner. Their children, Gayle and Gary Mabry, Charlene and Dan Glancy, Kim and Jerry Cirasuolos and Less Haffner also attended. There was also a 50th wedding anniversary celebrated by Dr. and Mrs. Haffner. Their children hosted a party at Columbia Restaurant in Ybor City. There were over 100 guests in attendance, which included family and friends. On New Year’s Eve, they had appetizers and cocktails in the home of Kim and Jerry Cirasuolos and dinner in the home of Gayle and Gary in Land O’Lakes, Florida. On New Year’s Day, Sam, Gina and Beth White, Les Haffner and his cousin Ashley and her friend, Celeste, attended the Outback Bowl, in which Tennessee and Penn. State played. Everyone had a wonderful time attending all of the reunion festivities and the football.
Christopher Cupp and daughter, Emma Grace, of Olive Branch, were the Sunday visitors of Becky Cupp.
J.J. and Steven Tutor and children, Patsy, Mitch and Grace, of Hattiesburg, were the weekend guests of J.J.’s parents, Martha and Donny Mitchell. While here, they also visited with Jamie Brigance and her sons, Stevie and Drew, and other friends and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walter Paschal of Spring, Texas, recently departed on their honeymon cruise to Mexico and Jamaica.
Happy birthday to Brittney Stewart, who hit her teen years on Tuesday - 13. Congratulations!
(To put your news in City Personals, please e-mail email@example.com; mail to City Personals, The South Reporter, P.O. Box 278, Holly Springs, MS 38635 or call 662-252-4261. You may also e-mail your City Personal news to firstname.lastname@example.org).
She weighed five pounds, one ounce and was 19-1/2 inches long.
Grandparents are Steve and June Wilson of Waterford.
Angela Brewer and George Jeffries, both of Holly Springs, are proud to announce the birth of their son, Jason Michael Durrell. Jason was born Sept. 27, 2006 at 8:34 a.m. and he weighed seven pounds, two ounces and was 20 inches long.
Maternal grandparents are the late Betty Ann Brewer and the late Morris Lee Brewer.
Paternal grandparents are the late Mary Malone Jeffries and George Anderson of Holly Springs.
Great-grandmother is Modena Malone of Holly Springs.
Welcoming Jason home is big brother Matthew and a host of family and friends.
Holly Springs celebrates 170th year
This year is the birthday of Holly Springs. We are 170 years old. Marshall County was 170 last year (1836). Way back in 1837, those immigrants came from far away Virginia and had planned a town on paper. They were looking for a beautiful spot to build a new town and when those covered wagons and buggies arrived here, this was the place they had been looking for.
Wouldn’t it be thrilling to build a new town? If I could go back in time and walk through the streets of Holly Springs, I would choose the 1850 period when the opulent houses were being built.
Imagine how thrilling it would be to walk through the dirt streets and see the houses and talk to the historical characters whom we know through history.
The people who founded the town and county were people of integrity, honor and godly character. Holly Springs was known throughout the state as “The Capital of North Mississippi.” Our history is very historical! We need to celebrate with a birthday party of some sort.
January has always been my favorite month, as it is a time of rest. Fall is so full of activities and Thanksgiving and Christmas are so action-packed that this month is catching-up time.
It is a time of reflection on what we have been through the past year; the anticipation of what exciting things are to come this year.
We need to make each new day count in our lives. Do something great today for someone else. In life you have been given a job to do so do it well.
Be a good example because everybody is watching you to see how you act and react.
Check us out at www.marshallcountyhistoricalmuseum.org
News: (662) 252-4261 or email@example.com
Site managed and maintained by