Thursday, July 19, 2007
Ellis Stubbs proposes to Lee Ann Kaigler while in the Rose Garden in Washington
Ellis Stubbs and his girlfriend, Lee Ann Kaigler of Gulfport, recently returned from spending the weekend with Everette Stubbs in Washington, D.C. On Saturday evening, Everette took the couple on a private tour of the West Wing and had arranged for the two to visit the Rose Garden at the White House, one of two formal gardens on the White House grounds. Ellis then proposed to Lee Ann in the Rose Garden, presenting her with an engagement ring, custom designed around a solitaire diamond that his grandfather, Mr. Jack Stubbs Sr. had given Ellis’ grandmother, Pat Stubbs, when proposing to her over 62 years ago. After leaving the White House the couple enjoyed dinner at Bistro Laurent Tourandel. Congratulations to the happy couple on their engagement!
Susan Warren and her sister, Stacey Pace of Hattiesburg, recently visited their parents, Ellen and Roby Stegall in Carlsbad, Calif.
Constance Ann Lanier of Olive Branch was the Saturday afternoon guest of Becky Cupp and Kay Wheeler.
Alice Totten of Moss Point was the guest of Frances Buchanan last week.
Katy and Chris Barbour of Nashville, Tenn. were the guests of Margaret Anne and Norbert Barruel last week.
Gene Brown and Melanie Lesley just returned from the judge’s convention held in Biloxi. While there, they visited the Walter Anderson Museum in Ocean Springs and travelled to New Orleans for a night in the Big Easy.
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Jessica Gullick to wed David Browning August 4 at Bethel Baptist Church Pinedale
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gullick of Myrtle announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Jessica Lynn Gullick of Myrtle, to David Craig Browning of Etta, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Browning of Etta.
Jessica’s maternal grandmother is Janet Tyner of Memphis, Tenn. Paternal grandparents are the late Mrs. Ollie Tyner of New Albany and the late Elzie Gullick of Myrtle.
She is a 2004 graduate of Lighthouse Christian Academy. She is currently seeking an associate’s degree of nursing from Northwest Community College and is presently employed by Baptist Memorial Hospital in New Albany.
David’s maternal grandparents are Irene Poe of Potts Camp and the late W.F. (Dub) Poe. Paternal grandparents are Nadine Browning of Etta and the late Carlton (Splut) Browning.
He is a 2002 graduate of Bethlehem Christian School and is presently employed by P&M Fire Protection in Tupelo.
The wedding will be held at 2 p.m. on Aug. 4 at Bethel Baptist Church in Pinedale. A reception will follow in the fellowship hall.
Family and friends are invited. No local invitations are being sent.
Salem Bridge - an important bridge
We are working frantically at the Marshall County Museum collecting and writing all the fabulous history of Red Banks and north Marshall County. We are aiming at having this new book out by Thanksgiving and we know it will be wonderful. The name of it will be “The History of Red Banks and North Marshall County and her Indigenous Recipes.”
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