March 12, 2009
Wanda Payne and Derrick Scott to wed March 21 at Kingdom of God Ministries
Wanda Payne and Derrick Scott are pleased to announce their upcoming marriage on March 21 at Kingdom of God Ministries in Oxford in a ceremony officiated by Rev. Dwight Jones.
The bride-elect is the daughter of the late Sylvester and Naomi Payne of Holly Springs. She is the granddaughter of the late Fred and Amanda Cunningham. Wanda is a graduate of Holly Springs High and also attended Northwest Community College in Senatobia and Rice College in Memphis, Tenn.
The prospective groom is the son of Joe and Lorayne Scott of Memphis, Tenn., and the late Emma Jean Scott and the grandson of the late James and Roberta Wooldridge and Olivia Scott. He is a graduate of Southside High School in Memphis, Tenn., and also attended Arkansas State University.
A reception will follow at the Promise Land Country Club in Holly Springs.
Lacey Rooker and Joshua Dague to wed Saturday
It is with joy that we, Lacey Shane Rooker and Joshua Michael Dague, invite you to share in the celebration of love as we exchange our marriage vows on Saturday, March 14 at 11 a.m. at Winburn Methodist Church in Winburn.
A reception will immediately follow.
Needs for the move back
We will be moving back into the original museum this month after five and a half years at the Square Museum.
Our needs are many. In good condition we need: old tools, clothes, shoes, costumes, jewelry, Christmas decorations, documents, antique furniture, men’s clothing, documents such as wills, deeds, marriage licenses, etc. We need your old costume jewelry to sell in the museum shop. We need your vintage clothing. Everything has to be in good condition as we don’t have time for repair, and in some cases, we don’t have the expertise.
Do you happen to have a “zoot” suit or a Nehru jacket?
We urgently need your grandpa’s and grandma’s old spinning tops, yo-yo’s, teddy bears, and dolls. We could use old tools. I never thought tools were pretty until I got them on the walls and realized each tool is used for a different function and now they are beautiful to me.
If you have old, local photographs, please think of us as we need them. Quilts need to be shown off as works of art and we need a big spinning wheel.
We need lots of things and the main thing we need is money. Let us be your tax deduction, like you do your church, or let us be your tax-deductible charity.
Moving is expensive. We need money for a new stair carpet, picture frames, window shades for 38 windows, and supplies for setting up the new building and there are some workers who need to be paid.
Our needs are great at the museum but the main ingredient in creating and maintaining a museum is friends. Without friends to support us, we can’t function. Membership to the museum is $25 a person, or $30 for a couple.
We need friends. We’ll be moving soon.
If you are willing to help us out, please contact us at 662 252-3669 or come to see us at 111 Van Dorn Avenue, Holly Springs, 38635.
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