Thursday, February 8, 2007
Mary Neely Jones celebrates her sixth birthday at The Clay Canvas in Oxford
Ki and Nancy Jones, Edward and JoLinda Rather and son, Ben, returned Sunday night from Park City, Utah. The group enjoyed several days worth of skiing.
Mary Neely Jones celebrated her 6th birthday last Saturday with a fun-filled birthday party! The Clay Canvas in Oxford was the site of the party, where the party-goers got to pick a piece of bisque-ware, paint it and then have it glazed and fired. Children who attended the party were Jake Jones, Kelli Rhea, Amanda Barnett, Lindsey Potts, Parker and Peyton Stevenson, Erin Lominick, Sarah Grace Jackson and Anne Grayson Clanton of Oxford. Happy birthday, Mary Neely!
A group of eight friends from Holly Springs took a long weekend trip to Hot Springs, Ark. Those going on the trip were: Clay Crawford, Elizabeth Colhoun, Ed Bounds, Anita Bryant, Christopher and Jenny Cupp of Olive Branch, and Tommy Morton and girlfriend, Angie, from Collierville, Tenn. (friends of Anita and Ed’s). The couples stayed at the Arlington Hotel and Spa in historic downtown Hot Springs, Ark. Fun times were had by all while dining in the Jockey Club at Oaklawn Race Track and several ladies enjoyed massages in the bath house. Ed Bounds celebrated his birthday while in Hot Springs with a delicious meal at the Porterhouse Restaurant and dancing afterwards in the hotel lobby bar.
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Robert Curtis and Rhonda Hudson will say vows Saturday at Oak Palace
The marriage of Rhonda Joyce Hudson and Robert Curtis Scruggs will take place Feb. 10 at 3 p.m. at Oak Palace in Holly Springs.
The bride is the daughter of Clerance Hudson and Hattie Hampton of Ashland. She also has two beautiful daughters, Shavonda and Sharonda Hudson, both of Ashland.
The bridegroom is the son of Marshall Scruggs and Clara M. Scruggs of Holly Springs. The couple would like to invite everyone to share their special vows together.
Museum News: Groundhog Day
By LOIS SWANEE
Last week the groundhog saw his shadow so that means six more weeks of winter. This groundhog lives at the museum (right now in the window). He’s a great little guy. We named him Felix. The Marshall County wildlife room at the Museum was many children’s favorite part of the museum.
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