Locals attend Stubbs wedding
Anita Barnett, Camille Shaw, Dawn Larson, Penny and Bob Lomenick, Karen and Bill Schneller, Emma Elgin, Jane and Charlie Farris, Frances and Tubby Gresham, Martha and Dennis Carlisle, Vicki and Walter Webb, Margaret Brown, Robert and John Travis Lomenick, Kati Schneller, Garry and Pam Bray, Manny and Betty Burch, Lynn Brown, Diane Dickerson, Vicki Swords, Martha and Bobby McAlexander, Becky and Donald Hollingsworth and the groom’s grandmother, Pat Stubbs; uncle, Pat Ellis Stubbs, and mother, Linda Stubbs, travelled to Biloxi, for a long weekend of wedding festivities honoring Ellis Stubbs and his bride, Leigh Ann.
Maura Jane Autry and Darcie Gibson, players on the MS Shockers 97 competitive softball team, traveled to Marion, Ark., to participate in the Destruction in the Delta Tournament throughout the weekend. The team took second place.
Lily Grace Carpenter of Senatobia spent the weekend with her grandmother, Ann Carpenter.
Dorothy Warren and Susan and Jimmy Warren just returned from Ocean Springs. They stayed with Alexis and Clay Williams and infant son, Warren. They all enjoyed visiting with the baby. While there, they attended the wedding of Ellis Stubbs and Leigh Ann Kaigler.
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Jones-Thomas vows said in double-ring ceremony March 15 at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD
United in a lovely ceremony Saturday, March 15 were Lora Louise Thomas of Bowie, Md., and LTJG William Powell Jones of Holly Springs. The Rev. William Vance Kemp, grandfather of the groom, officiated at the double-ring ceremony. The event was held at the United States Naval Academy Chapel in Annapolis, Md., at 12 noon.
Couple to wed at St. Paul MB Church
Mrs. and Mrs. Victor Donald Street of Holly Springs announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Stacey Nicole Street to Mark Keith Richmond, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Avant of Tate County and Mr. and Mrs. C.B. Richmond of Byhalia.
Stacey is the paternal granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey Street. She is the maternal granddaughter of the late Jimmy Malone Jr. and Mattie Malone of Columbus.
Stacey is the administrative assistant at Byhalia Elementary School. She is a 1990 honors graduate of Holly Springs High School. She received a BA in television and radio production in 2004 from Rust College in Holly Springs. Stacey is a prestigious member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
Mark is the paternal grandson of the late L.B. and Lucille Richmond of Byhalia. He is the maternal grandson of the late Boyce and Ameilia Caradine.
He is a 1991 graduate of Byhalia High School. He currently works as a licensed car dealer. He is also employed as a licensed truck driver with TMS in Olive Branch.
The wedding ceremony will take place at St. Paul MB Church on Saturday, May 17, 2008, in Byhalia at 4 p.m. The reception will follow at the Zeta/Sigma Building, located on Cottrell Avenue in Holly Springs.
All family and friends are invited to attend.
Deanna Allen to wed Jody Edwards on May 17
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Allen of Lamar announce the engagement of their daughter, Deanna Danyell Allen, of Lamar, to Jody Lee Edwards of Bethlehem, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Edwards of Bethlehem.
Deanna is the granddaughter of Martha Allen of Lamar and the late Rudell Allen and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bursi of Memphis, Tenn.
She is a 2001 graduate of Hickory Flat Attendance Center and a 2005 graduate of Baptist College of Health Sciences with a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing. She is an RN at Semmes-Murphy Neurologic and Spine Institute.
Jody is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Talmadge Edwards of Bethlehem, Sue Kirk of Cornersville and the late Cooper Kirk.
He is a 2001 graduate of Potts Camp High School and attended Northwest Community College. He is employed with Edwards Fertilizer Company. The couple will be married on May 17, 2008.
Rev. Beidenharn and Ishmell Edwards Happy Hour guests
Well folks, it’s almost time for another hour of “good news” on Swanee’s Good News Happy Hour, on WKRA 1110 AM at 2 p.m. this Thursday and repeated again at 10 a.m. on Saturday mornings.
This week my guest lineup will include Rev. Jim Beidenharn of Byhalia, telling us about what’s happening at the Methodist church in Byhalia and our state Senator Bill Stone will be informing us what’s going on by our state law makers.
Last week, Ishmell Edwards, vice-president of Rust, was our guest to tell us the news that is happening at Rust College. This is the last week that I will be on the 2 o’clock slot on Thursdays. (I will continue to have my weekly show repeated on Saturdays at 10 a.m.)
Beginning May 15, I will begin to broadcast my weekly happy hour at 3-4 p.m. This begins my introduction to the World Wide Web. Yes! In the very near future I will begin to broadcast all over the world. This way the entire planet will be able to begin to know how wonderful folks are here in Marshall County.
I am especially thankful that our men and women who are serving in the armed forces all over the world will be able to tune in to us via computer. It’s amazing how great the world’s inventions really are.Swanee’s Good News Happy Hour
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