Patrick Carlton and family visit recently
Kelby Balson and Carole Webb of Nashville, Tenn., were the weekend guests of Walter and Vicki Webb.
Patrick and Mary Glen Carlton and their beautiful twins, William and Mary Grace, of Birmingham, Ala., were the weekend guests of Walter and Vicki Webb. While here, they also visited with their grandfather, Collier Carlton.
John Stannard Farese of Oxford, was the guest of Eugene and Vivian Smith last week. Over the weekend, he was joined by Lea Farese and son, Luke, also of Oxford.
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Smith-Whitley wedding ceremony held December 1 at Central UM Church
Jamie Louise Whitley of Meridian and Charles Robert Smith of Holly Springs were married on Saturday, Dec. 1, 2007 at Central United Methodist Church with Rev. Roger Shock officiating.
Parents of the couple are Dr. James Sidney Whitley and Linda Taylor Whitley of Meridian and Mr. and Mrs. William Harry Smith Jr. of Holly Springs.
Grandparents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Noxie Jones Taylor and the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas James Whitley.
Grandparents of the bridegroom are Mary Frances Smith and the late William Harry Smith and the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Henry Work.
Music for the ceremony was provided by Phyllis Taylor and Mary Taylor, pianist and organist; Joy Knight, soloist; and David Taylor, guitarist. All are members of the bride’s family.
The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore an ivory Italian gown. The fitted bodice featured Swarovski crystal beading and Robison-Anton platinum embroidery. The A-line skirt featured a pleated back to the chapel-length train. Wrapped around the stems of her bouquet of white roses was her grandmother’s handkerchief. She wore a fingertip-length veil of silk illusion anchored by pearls.
Jennifer Hermetz York of Southaven and Molly Rutherford Swindell of Meridian served as her matrons of honor. Ashley Michelle Macdonald was her maid of honor.
Other attendants were Frances Claire Boyd and Courtney Lee Knop of Memphis, Tenn.; Mary Louise Smith of Holly Springs; Jill Emerson Bell of Germantown, Tenn.; Olivia Hooper Reed of Huntsville, Ala; Laura Suzanne Mims of Greenwood; and Megan Suzanne Johnson of Ridgeland.
Honorary bridesmaids were Julia Lynn Pollman of Jackson; Whitney Weidmann Pool of Austin, Tx.; Lydia Erin Briscoe of Como and Melissa Nicole Roberts of Crossett, Ark.
The bridegroom’s brothers, William Harry Smith III and Joshua Tinsley Smith, served as best men.
Groomsmen were Adam Scott Bennett of Diamondhead, Harlan Eugene Chadwick of Southaven, Justin Garrett Elliott of Columbus, William Hayden Hannah of Birmingham, Ala., Heath Andrew Holmes of Florence, Ala., Samuel Curt Huey of Holly Springs, Michael Allen Old of Oxford and James Seth Whaley of Potts Camp.
The acolyte was Noah William Smith and the ring bearer was Nathan Treadwell Smith, nephews of the groom. The flower girl was Taylor Elizabeth Knight, cousin of the bride.
A reception was held at Union Station following the ceremony.
After a honeymoon in the Dominica Republic, the couple resides in Como.
Rosser-Phillips to say vows July 12
Larry and Gloria Phillips announce the engagement of their daughter, Teasha N. Phillips of Holly Springs, to Marcus D. Rosser of Lamar, the son of Lee and Cora Williams.
Teasha is the granddaughter of Lizzie and Oscar Bowens and Raynard and Donna Phillips, both of Holly Springs.
Marcus is the grandson of Anna Jackson of Moscow, Tenn. and June and Quetee Williams of Ashland.
The ceremony will be held at Kimbrough Chapel Church in Holly Springs on July 12, 2008. All family and friends are invited.
Miss Amanda Davis and Jimmy Breedlove to wed July 26 at Mt. Moriah Baptist Church
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Cook are proud to announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Amanda Nicole Davis to Jimmy Dale Breedlove.
Amanda is the granddaughter of Jennie Devore of Byhalia, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bobo of Memphis, Tenn., and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Cook of Laws Hill. She is the great-granddaughter of the late Bill and Brooksie Smith of Barton. Amanda is a 2003 graduate of Potts Camp High School and is currently enrolled at Northwest Community College. She is majoring in elementary education.
Jimmy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Randy Breedlove of Byhalia. He is the grandson of Patricia Haney and the late Danny Haney of Byhalia, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Duncan of Meridian and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Breedlove of Vicksburg. Jimmy is a 1999 graduate of Southeast Lauderdale High School.
He is currently employed by the Newbreed Corporation in Memphis, Tenn., as a quality auditor.
The couple plans to make their home in Laws Hill.
The wedding will be held on July 26, 2008, at 4 p.m. at Mt. Moriah Baptist Church in Laws Hill. Bro. Larry West will officiate. Reception immediately following. All friends and family are cordially invited to attend.
Leona Harris, Tom Harris and Janie Fant guests on Happy Hour
Swanee’s “Good News Happy Hour” will be held at the Marshall County Museum again this Thursday, July 3, from 3-4 p.m.
Guests will be Leona Harris of the Ida B. Wells Museum, Tom Harris, new owner of Colonsay Cottage, and Janie Fant with the Kate Clark Art Gallery.
After this, we will be off the air for three weeks while the radio station builds a new antenna and then we’ll be back on the air.
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