Thursday, December 22, 2011
Wesley Webb visits from Jackson
Mary Clay Brooks, Bea Green and Kay Wheeler visited with Joyce Beck in Corinth Saturday. Jerry Beck and Jacque Kazemba were also there. Tammy Cupp and Lisa Shaw traveled over to visit with her Sunday afternoon. Jacque Kazemba spent two nights with her.
Get well wishes go out to Norbert Barruel, who is home from a recent trip to the hospital.
Becky Cupp and Tammy and Billy Cupp celebrated their family Christmas Saturday in the home of Beverly Fitch and Sandor Viradi in Olive Branch.
Wesley Webb is the guest of Vicki and Walter Webb.
Jane Hubbard attended the Thursday night NFL game of the Atlanta Falcons with her son, sister and daddy.
A big congratulations to Marshall Academy junior Zack Pritchett. He competed in and won the AJGT Gulf Coast Junior Championship this weekend. He shot a 76 Saturday and 78 Sunday, giving him a one-stroke lead to take the title. Senior Tyler Berry caddied for Zack.
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There’s no place like home for the holidays
Holly Springs is my hometown. I was born here eons ago and it has changed a lot in my lifetime. As I drive through now, memories of what happened here flood my mind and I find myself going back in time.
A lot of great people have come out of this place, not all famous. You don’t have to be famous to be great. As a matter of fact, sometimes it is vice-versa. We have produced some unique individuals here.
I have lived all over the United States but came back here to rear my children as I felt this was a safe, good, wonderful place for rearing a family. That means not just letting them grow but guiding them with the help of the Lord Jesus and the church.
So, I love Holly Springs; the people here are like my extended family, so I love you, too. So live up to it!
Be great, be good, depend on the Lord and He will carry you through. Call Him up on the hotline; the line is never busy.
The most unbelievable thing about Christmas is that poem about children hanging their stockings by the chimney with care. Only a few of us have chimneys now. Stockings are a thing of the past; and whoever heard of a kid hanging something up. When my own children were little, they were telling me what all they wanted for Christmas. When we got to the last one, he said, “all I want is a magic wand!”
I keep losing things – my glasses, my keys. Those Christmas cards I bought on sale for half price last year, I can’t find.
At the museum we wish each of you a Happy Christmas and remember our Lord Jesus is what we are celebrating. Come see us next week and bring your guests. We will be open on Tuesday through Saturday.
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