April 16, 2009
LuAnn Gibson celebrates birthday
Carole Webb of Nashville, Tn., was the guest of Walter and Vicki Webb last week. While here, she enjoyed seeing her friends and family.
Happy birthday to LuAnn Gibson who flipped a number on Good Friday!
Happy birthday wishes go out to Walker Cupp, who celebrated over the weekend.
Graham Miller was the Easter guest of his parents, Mark and Maia Miller.
Byrne Carpenter and children, Lily and Lane, of Senatobia, were the guests of his mother, Ann Carpenter. While here, they enjoyed spending time with their cousins and aunt, Virginia Mitchell.
Nancy and Ki Jones and children, Mary Neely and Jake, and Mary Lou Jones spent Easter afternoon with Jack and Michelle Hagins in their home in New Albany.
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Couple to wed April 25 in Atlanta
Ronald O’Neal LeSueur, a native of Holly Springs, announces his upcoming marriage to Sonya Renae Littlejohn of Atlanta, Ga.
Ronald is the son of pastor Jeremiah LeSueur Sr. and first lady Hazel LeSueur of Holly Springs. Sonya is the daughter of Charlie Mangum and Aretha Mangum. Ronald works as an educator there in Atlanta and Sonya as an accountant.
The wedding will be held on Saturday, April 25 in Atlanta, where the couple will make their home.
The couple will honeymoon in Hawaii, immediately following the wedding.
Miss Zondra Neely and Rodney Miller to wed Apri l8 at Sigma/Zeta Complex
Mary Neely of Holly Springs and Melvin Watson of Memphis, Tenn., are pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Zondra Neely of Holly Springs, to Rodney Miller of Holly Springs. He is the son of Dorothy and Levan Miller.
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Minnie Mae Neely of Holly Springs and Viola and Oscar Watson of Red Banks. She is a 1993 graduate of Holly Springs High School.
The prospective groom is the grandson of the late Winnie and Harry Miller of Holly Springs and Florine and Roger Brunson Sr. of Memphis, Tenn.
He is a 1998 graduate of Byhalia High School.
The wedding ceremony will be held at 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 18 at the Sigma/Zeta Complex in Holly Springs. A reception will immediately follow at the Sigma/Zeta Complex. All family and friends are cordially invited to attend.
David Breithaupt chosen DAR Good Citizen recipient
David Jonathan Breithaupt, a senior at Marshall Academy, has been selected as the DAR Good Citizen recipient by the Major Matthew McConnell Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. This award is based on dependability, service, leadership and patriotism.
Breithaupt’s school activities include being in the Spanish Club, Science Club, Beta Club, Key Club, a member of the yearbook staff, newspaper staff, and on the football team. His many honors and awards include receiving many Highest Average awards, the Presidential Academic Fitness award, the Woodmen of the World award twice, multiple ABC participant awards, the Trent Lott Leadership Conference award and several others. His most recent success was winning an essay contest sponsored by the Northcentral Electric Power Association whereby he attended a leadership conference in Jackson and then went on an all-expense-paid weeklong tour of Washington, D. C., where he saw many national monuments, including the Vietnam Memorial Wall and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery.
David has been involved in many community service activities for several years now. He has participated in the Relay for Life for six years, has served food at a community Thanksgiving dinner, worked with and supervised children at the National Guard Christmas party, been on several mission trips, and has often helped to set up for musicals and dinners at church. His work experience includes working at Carlisle’s Big Star, working for Michael Lynn, the owner of Walter Place, and working at Tyson Drug Store delivering prescriptions. Breithaupt will be presented a Good Citizenship pin and certificate at the graduation ceremonies of Marshall Academy on May 18. He plans to attend Mississippi State University and major in pre-medicine. Upon graduation from Mississippi State, he plans to attend medical school in Jackson and major in orthopedic surgery. David is the son of Perry and Beth Breithaupt of Holly Springs.
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