Trip to local daylily farm
Amy and Perry Mask and children, Josh and Juston, spent Memorial Day in Sandestin, Fla. They had a wonderful holiday enjoying the beach!
Saturday morning, a group of us travelled out to Shepherd’s Daylily Farm. If you have never been out there, it is truly an amazing sight to see. When you pull around the corner, colors abound, row after row, in such brilliance. Once you arrive, the workers hand you a “booklet,” which lists each daylily they have, the size, row, color and price. I had gotten on their website, www.dayliliesonline.com and thought I had picked the ones I wanted from seeing the magnificent blooms online. I think I added about 10 more varieties to my list, once I arrived!
Richard Williamson is the owner of the farm and takes great pride in his offerings, as he should! There is certainly something for everyone, from daylilies to hostas to even thornless blackberry bushes!
They are open every weekend in June. If you have never been and need some color for your yard, it is worth the short drive down Old Highway 78. Even if you do not need any plants, it is certainly worth it to go out and view the gorgeous flowers that are all in bloom!
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Miss Jan-Marie Hooper to wed Angus Brandon Oswalt on July 3
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hooper announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Jan-Marie Hooper, to Angus Brandon Oswalt, son of Adrian and Brandy Oswalt of Potts Camp.
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of the late James Walter King and Marie King and Betty Shaeffer, all of Potts Camp.
The prospective groom is the grandson of W.E. and Irene Ware of Potts Camp and Frank and Annette Plunk of Cleveland, Tenn.
The couple will exchange vows at 4 p.m. on Saturday, July 3, 2010 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Oswalt, with reception to follow.
Minister Thaddeus Jefferson to wed Cynphonie Smith on June 19 at Miracle Temple
Wayne and Leonora Jefferson of Holly Springs are pleased to announce the upcoming marriage of their son, Thaddeus DeWayne Jefferson to Cynphonie Shontrice Smith.
Thaddeus is the maternal grandson of Timothy and Nonnie Mae Sims of Holly Springs and the paternal grandson of Louis Evelyn Jefferson and the late Lee Willie Jefferson of Red Banks.
Thaddeus is a 2005 graduate of Holly Springs High School and a 2009 graduate of Rust College, where is currently employed as an admission counselor.
The bride-elect is a native of Belzoni and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willie and Ora Smith, also of Belzoni. Cynphonie is a 2006 graduate of Humphreys County High School in Belzoni and a 2010 graduate of Rust College and a former Miss Rust College.
The wedding is being officiated by their pastor, Elder A.A. Allen I, at Miracle Temple Salt and Light Headquarters at 1126 Allen Corner Road in Lamar at 3 p.m. A reception will immediately follow the ceremony at the Shrine Building in Holly Springs.
Friends and family are invited to share in this glorious occasion. In all things to God be the glory.
Robin and David Cole of Cordova, Tenn., are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Olivia Carrington Cole. Olivia was born Wednesday, May 5, 2010 at 2:44 p.m. at Baptist Women’s Hospital in Memphis, Tenn.
She weighed nine pounds, three ounces and was 20 inches long.
Robin is looking forward to staying home with Olivia. David is serving as missions pastor at Kirby Woods Baptist Church in Memphis, Tenn.
Grandparents are Charles and Kitty King of Slayden and Ken and Barbara Cole of Manchester, Penn.
Great-grandmothers are Faye V. Sanders of Slayden and Jean Myers of Mt. Wolf, Penn.
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