Thursday, October 3, 2013
Barry, Pam and Erin Burleson visit with Emma at Mission Arlington
Pam, Barry and Erin Burleson spent the weekend in Arlington, Texas, with Emma Burleson, who is working at Mission Arlington.
Congratulations to the Lady Patriots softball team of Marshall Academy. The team played hard in the State A tournament, coming in third place. A crowd of Marshall Academy students rode a pep bus down to Jackson Monday to support their team, along with many other fans.
What a wonderful accomplishment for the young ladies to get that far! Looking forward to another great season next year.
The Patriots football team traveled to Fayette Academy Friday night to battle with the Vikings on their homecoming. Needless to say, the Patriots secured yet another win, shutting out the Vikings with a 48-0 final score. This week, they travel to North Delta in Batesville. Although no longer a conference match, it is a big rival. If you are looking for some good Friday night fun, trek on over to Batesville and catch the Patriots in action!
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LeToya Tate and Harold Franklin will exchange vows October 12 at Tunica Riverpark and Museum
LeToya Tate is the daughter of Maurice Bell of Byhalia and Jannie Crawford of Holly Springs. She is the stepdaughter of the late Edward Crawford. She is the granddaughter of the late Smith and Emma Lockett of Mt. Pleasant and the granddaughter of Ellen Bell and the late Parker Bell of Byhalia.
Harold Franklin is the son of Lucius and Edna Dunmars and John Lee and Mattie Franklin of Memphis, Tenn. He is the grandson of the late Jack and Noniel Boxley of Holly Springs and the late Jeff and Emma Franklin of Piperton, Tenn.
LeToya is a 1995 graduate of Holly Springs High School. She graduated cum laude and received a bachelor’s of science degree in nursing. She is employed with Methodist Healthcare Systems at University Hospital in Memphis, Tenn. She is currently pursuing her master’s degree in nursing from Arkansas State University. She is a member of Holly Springs-Marshall County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
Harold is a 1988 graduate of Overton High School in Memphis. He joined the United States Navy after graduation and studied electric power distribution systems. Harold attended William R. Moore Technical School and obtained his electrical certification. He is employed by Gephart Electric in Robinsonville and is a member of Local Union 474 in Memphis.
The wedding and reception will be held October 12, at Tunica Riverpark and Museum in Robinsonville at 5 p.m. All family and friends are invited to attend.
Karanda Shead and Herbert Coleman Jr. will exchange vows October 12 at Victoria Church of Christ
Thomas and Earline Shead are honored to announce the upcoming marriage of their daughter, Karanda Shead, to Herbert Coleman Jr., son of Herbert Coleman Sr., of Houston, Texas, and Beverly (Gary) Pratt, of Memphis, Tenn.
The bride-elect received her respiratory therapy degree from Concord Career College in 2006 and works as a respiratory therapist at Covenant Dove Nursing Home in Collierville, Tenn.
The prospective groom is a chef at Bonehead’s Restaurant in Memphis.
The wedding will be held October 12, 2013, at 3 p.m. at the Victoria Church of Christ in Victoria. The reception will be held at the Shrine Building in Holly Springs.
All family and friends are invited to attend.
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