Thursday, September 25, 2014
Chase and Madaline Ames, recent newlyweds, visit Holly Springs
Chase Ames, Charles Ames’ grandson, recently married Madaline McChuen of Jackson, Tenn. The newlyweds are staying in Holly Springs for several days. Chase wants to show his bride all of the special places which are dear to him here. His most special place is the Presbyterian Church, where his grandfather served as an Elder for many years. Congratulations to the precious couple and if you see them on the street, be sure to stop and chat!
Happy birthday wishes go out to Wynne Clark. She celebrated Friday night with her husband, Josh, and Grace and Chad Brownlee, along with other friends. Here’s to many, many more.
Barry, Pam, Emma and Erin Burleson spent the weekend in Hattiesburg visiting Andy Burleson, who is a student at the University of Southern Mississippi. They attended the football game Saturday night with the Golden Eagles beating Appalachian State 21-20.
Congratulations to Mary Catherine Hutchens for not only being named Miss Marshall Academy, but homecoming queen, as well, Friday night. Stephen Elgin was voted Mr. Marshall Academy. Junior High Mr. and Miss Marshall Academy are Alexis McGreger and Eli Pearson. The Patriots rolled past West Memphis Christian 41-6 for a conference win. They face Fayette Academy this Friday night at home.
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Melvanique Thomas and Terrell Hale to wed at Mt. Pisgah CME Church in Byhalia on October 4
Robert and JoAnn (Polk) Owens of Byhalia, and Melvin Thomas of Coldwater, are proud to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Melvanique Thomas, to Terrell Hale, the son of John and Melody (Hale) McLin of Byhalia.
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of the late Joe Louis and Mattie B. Polk of Byhalia, and Herbert and Pearlie Mae Thomas of Coldwater.
She is a 2002 graduate of Byhalia High School and a graduate of Jackson State University, Jackson, and Baptist College of Health Sciences in Memphis, Tenn. She is currently employed at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis as a registered nurse.
The prospective groom is the grandson of the late Will Bob and Wilma Hale of Byhalia.
He is a 2001 graduate of H.W. Byers High School and a graduate of Northeast Community College, Booneville, and The University of Mississippi, Oxford.
He is employed with Johnson and Johnson Healthcare System in Memphis.
The couple will exchange vows on Saturday, October 4, 2014, at Mt. Pisgah CME Church in Byhalia, with a reception following at New Shelby Life Center in Memphis.
Formal invitations have been sent.
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