Thursday, Oct. 4, 2007
Surprise birthday party honors two
I apologize, in advance, for those of you whom I have spoken with about local news. I have been having major computer issues and am working on those as I type this!
Jim and Tish Summerlin and children, Anna and Wil, recently returned from a trip to visit Jim's mother and brothers (Joyce, Joe and Jeff) in Gallatin, Tenn. While there, they went antiquing and four-wheeling.
Christopher Cupp of Olive Branch, and Walker and Heather Cupp of Collierville, Tenn., were recently weekend guests of Becky Cupp.
Ben and Robin Seale had a houseful the weekend of the Ole Miss/Florida game. Dr. and Mrs. Ben Seale, Jr., of Jackson, Hamilton Seale of Memphis, Tenn., and Andy Seale of Nashville, Tenn., all traveled to spend the weekend with their parents to attend the big football game.
Happy belated birthday to William Lesley, who celebrated with his family.
Leslie Swords was honored with a beautiful “Elvis themed” birthday party, given for her by her parents, Vicki and Frank Swords. Guests were greeted at the steps of Montrose by a gigantic guitar and a lifelike mannequin of Elvis. Inside, party-goers found gorgeous cakes celebrating not only her birthday, but her college graduation. There was also a guitar signed by Eric Clapton on display. The trees around the gardens at Montrose were luminated softly by white and red lanterns. An Elvis impersonator captivated the audience with his songs and familiar “Elvis-like” characteristics. A beautiful ice sculpture was the centerpiece on the buffet table, which had a wide array of food from catfish to seafood. The party was a glorious affair and a night that will not soon be forgotten. Happy birthday, Leslie!
Carole Webb of Nashville, Tenn., and Wesley Webb of Starkville, were the weekend guests of Vicki and Walter Webb.
Emma Reed, Ellis and John Stanard Farese from Oxford, visited with their grandparents, Vivian and Eugene Smith, this weekend.
Everette Stubbs of Washington, D.C., was the guest of his mother, Linda Stubbs, this weekend. While here, he visited with other friends and family.
Laney Shaw and Tammy McGregor were honored Saturday night by a surprise birthday party at the VFW. Many friends and family were on hand to celebrate the event. They enjoyed socializing and dancing with music provided by a DJ.
Christopher Cupp and daughter, Emma Grace, of Olive Branch, were the Sunday afternoon visitors of his mother, Becky Cupp.
Grace Tutor of Hattiesburg, is visiting with her grandmother, Martha Mitchell, aunt, Jamie Brigance, and cousin, Drew Brigance, this week. She will be returning home over the weekend.
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Jamie Byrd and Brandon Boone to wed October 20 at First Baptist, Potts Camp
Scott and Debra Tomlinson of Waterford are proud to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Jamie Janette Byrd, to Brandon Wayne Boone. Brandon is the son of Steve and Brenda Boone of Potts Camp.
The bride elect is also the daughter of late Charles Callis (Bubba) Byrd Jr., and the granddaughter of Bernice Byrd of Holly Springs, the late Callis Byrd Sr., Joyce Smith of Waterford and the late Harry Graham.
Jamie is a 2001 graduate of Marshall Academy, and a 2006 graduate of Northwest. She is currently employed at Trinity Mission Health & Rehab of Great Oaks, LLC in Byhalia.
The prospective groom is the grandson of Robert and Mable Boone of Holly Springs.
Brandon attended Potts Camp Attendance Center. He is currently employed at Cargill, Inc. in Byhalia.
The couple will exchange vows on Saturday, Oct. 20, 2007 at 2 p.m. at First Baptist Church in Potts Camp. A reception will immediately follow in the church fellowship hall. All family and friends are cordially invited to attend. No local invitations are being sent.
Couple to say vows October 13
Charles and Kitty King of Slayden are pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Robin Elaine to David Michael Cole. David is the son of Kenneth and Barbara Cole of Manchester, Pa.
Robin is the granddaughter of Faye Sanders of Slayden and the late C.A. Sanders of Slayden and the late Dallas and Ilene King of Hickory Flat.
Robin is a graduate of Marshall Academy and a 2004 graduate of Mississippi State University with a bachelor of fine arts with an emphasis in photography. She served for four semesters with the North American Mission Board in Las Vegas, Nev., and Olive Branch. She is currently employed with Ozark Motor Lines in Memphis.
David is the grandson of Jean Myers of Mount Wolf, Pa., and the late Ray Myers of Manchester, Pa., and Kenneth Cole Sr. of Dover Foxcroft, Maine, and the late Lola Archer of Lincoln, Maine.
David is a graduate of Northeastern High School and a 2001 graduate of Auburn University where he received a bachelor of science in turf grass management and a master of science in horticulture in 2003. Upon graduating he served for two years through the International Mission Board in Venezuela. David is currently a student at Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary in Cordova, Tenn., and is employed at The Dabney Nursery in Olive Branch.
Robin and David will exchange vows on Saturday, October 13, 2007 at 4 p.m. at Slayden Baptist Church in Slayden. Friends and family are invited to attend. A reception will follow in the church’s fellowship hall and courtyard.
After a honeymoon in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, the couple will make their home in Cordova, Tenn.
Cody and Brandy Conway of Olive Branch are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Christopher Cody Conway Jr. born on September 18, 2007 at Baptist Memorial Hospital-DeSoto in Southaven.
C.J. weighed seven pounds, five ounces and was 21 inches long.
Proud grandparents are Jack and Ellen Nix and Dudley and Tanya Conway, all of Olive Branch.
Great-grandparents are Richard and Marion Joly of Polk City, Fla., the late J.R. and Shirley Pierce of Holly Springs, and the late Pauline Nix Reese of Grenada.
Also welcoming her bsrother C.J. home is 3-year-old Grace Thomas.
C.J. was brought home from the hospital in the same day gown that his daddy came home in, made by his late great-grandmother.
Violin: one of the first items donated to the museum
Thirty-seven years ago the Marshall County Historical Museum Society created the museum for the betterment of the community. Citizens of Marshall County and Holly Springs cleaned out their closets and their trunks and brought their treasures to us for the museum. They also did the work free to set up the museum.
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