Thursday, February 21, 2013
Carole Webb Glidewell celebrates birthday
Christopher Cupp and daughter Emma Grace of Olive Branch were the guests of Becky Cupp at Christ Church’s Shrove Tuesday pancake supper. Once again, the men of Christ Church outdid themselves with delicious breakfast fare for supper!
The fourth grade at H.W. Byers Elementary School enjoyed the “Great Backyard Bird Count” at H.W. Byers, which was led by Strawberry Plains education director Andrea Schumann and teacher Margaret Brown. Each student recorded the native birds found on the campus and then drew their favorite bird, along with writing in detail about the enriching experience.
Lauren Mitchell of New York, NY, visited with Vicki and Walter Webb. She was here to celebrate the birthday of her sister, Carole Glidewell, of Oxford.
Congratulations to the Marshall Academy Patriots basketball team on winning the North Half AA Championship. They handily outplayed Leake Academy Saturday night to cinch the win. They will travel this week to Canton Academy to battle for the State AA Championship title. They face off against Bowling Green Wednesday night at 7:45 p.m. Good luck to the team in their travels and their quest to win yet another state championship!
Happy Birthday wishes to Anna Giachelli, who flipped a number this weekend!
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Sarah Buchanan and Robert Lomenick Jr. exchange vows October 27
With the beautiful campus of the University of Mississippi as a backdrop, the Paris-Yates Chapel was the setting for the marriage of Sarah Rose Buchanan and Robert Hudson Lomenick Jr. at five o’clock in the afternoon on Saturday, Oct. 27, 2012. Reverend Jack Stigler Smith Jr. of Grenada performed the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Irma Paris Buchanan of Grenada and Edgar Marion Buchanan of Madison. Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Paris and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Marion Buchanan, all of Indianola.
The groom’s parents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Van Williams of Senatobia and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hudson Lomenick Sr. of Holly Springs. His grandparents are Mrs. James Taylor Peters Jr. of Senatobia and the late Mr. Peters and the late Mr. and Mrs. Harold Truman Lomenick of Iuka.
As guests arrived, organist Jason Derrick and trumpeter Charles Gate performed a program of classical and sacred music and soloist Marsha Hull Tindall sang “Surely the Presence.” Celebrating the Holy Presence of God, readers Perry Anne Hayward Thimmes of Madison and David Michael Reed of Oxford read from I Corinthians and Romans. After the reciting of vows, Mrs. Tindall sang The Lord’s Prayer.
Escorted by her father and given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore a fitted Romona Keveza gown of ivory Alencon lace from the Legends Collection. The fluted chapel-length gown featured a V-shaped neckline and off-the-shoulder straps. The neckline was of delicate scalloped edging continuing into a deep v-back. She wore her mother’s chapel-length veil of sheer illusion highlighted by medallions of Brussels lace encrusted on the veil. She wore the groom’s gift of his mother’s pearls and carried an elegant bouquet clutch of white stephanotis, hydrangeas, Eskimo roses, green hypericum berries and garden foliages. French braided satin encircled the bouquet and held her mother’s bridal handkerchief and paternal grandmother’s antique brooch. The bridesmaids carried similar white bouquets created by My Pleasure of Grenada.
Attending the bride as matron of honor was her cousin, Rachel Marie Paris Pritchett of Nashville, Tenn. Bridesmaids were Tommie Wilsford Allen and Mollie McGennis Kidder, the groom’s cousin, all of Ridgeland, Elizabeth Meadows Bailey and Martha Cappel Hollis of Memphis, Tenn., the bride’s cousin, Pauline Elizabeth Causey, Lindsey Pate Gresham, Rebecca Lewis Houston, Amy Elizabeth Nobile and Grace Gore Sturdivant, all of Jackson, Mary Beth Hardy of Greenwood, Julia Bledsoe Harris of Nashville, Tenn., Julie Lynn Howell of Oxford, Callie Calhoun Kidder of Brentwood, Tenn., and Ann Christopher Peacock Trotter of Hernando. Erin Leslie Lomenick of Holly Springs, sister of the groom, was the junior bridesmaid. All the attendants wore floor-length gowns of mocha chiffon. The dresses featured a sweetheart neckline, banded waist and wide shoulder straps V-shaped at the back.
Robert Hudson Lomenick Sr. attended his son as best man and the groom’s brother Eli Carson Lomenick of Holly Springs was the ring bearer. The groomsmen wore identical tuxedos adorned with boutonnieres of stephanotis and hypericum berries. Serving as groomsmen were Benjamin Martin Brewer of Atlanta, Ga., Robert Hayes Harris, David Hatton Marbury V and Davis Lyle Nail, all of Nashville, Tenn., Edwin Woodfin Cole of Carrollton, Ga., Kyle Lance Ellis of Tunica, John Kenneth Gresham III of Jackson, George Mathew Marks of Madison, Jerry Hilton McCullar III of Lamar, Parker Lowery Moore of Hernando, John Gordon Peter Nunn of Arlington, Va., Patrick Gruder Sadler of Washington, D.C., and Walker Donald Stewart III of Wynne, Ark. Also attending the groom were his brother, John Travis Lomenick of Denver, Colo., and Edgar Paris Buchanan, brother of the bride.
A Hebrew benediction was given by the bride’s grandfather, Henry Paris, at the close of the ceremony.
Prior to the ceremony, Hampton Hayes Buchanan and Joseph Thomas Buchanan of Oxford and Michael Monte Causey of Jackson, all cousins of the bride, served as program attendants. Registry attendants, also all cousins of the bride, were Kendall Glenda Causey, Mary Carlisle Causey and Vivian Bardin Paris, all of Jackson.
The wedding director was Anne Fair Pender of Grenada.
Immediately after the wedding ceremony, the bride’s parents hosted a festive reception at the Colonel’s Quarters at Castle Hill, which was coordinated by Tricia Shankle of Grenada. Guests dined at numerous stations of delectable food and danced to the music of Soulsations of Memphis, Tenn., as well as enjoyed the chocolate groom’s cake, which was a replica of Vaught-Hemingway Stadium at Ole Miss, and sampled the five-tiered bride’s cake by Lou Toole of Grenada. The cake consisted of alternating layers of Italian cream, strawberry and traditional vanilla. Resting on a silver plateau, the cake had delicate scroll work accents between layers and was graced with roses and hydrangeas on top and surrounding the base. Adding to the festivity of the evening, Rebel fans celebrated the football victory over Arkansas that afternoon.
Later in the evening, the couple departed for a wedding trip to the Royal Plantation in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, but first left in a flurry of red and blue pompoms and shouts of Hotty Toddy. The couple is now at home in Oxford where the groom is associated with Jones and Schneller Law Firm.
On the eve of the wedding, a bridesmaids’ luncheon was hosted at Ravine by the bride’s grandmothers and aunts, while the groomsmen played golf. That evening, the groom’s parents entertained attendants and family at a rehearsal dinner at the Oxford University Club. A wedding day brunch was given by friends of the couple on the day of the wedding.
Capturing the memorable weekend on film was photographer Will Jacks of Cleveland.
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