Thursday, August 22, 2013
Emma Burleson to spend year in Arlington, Texas, doing mission work
Emma Burleson left Wednesday to spend a year doing mission work in Arlington, Texas. She will be working at Mission Arlington. Good luck to Emma as she works to help others!
Kay and Laura Wheeler, Grady Brooks and Midge Bagwell attended the meet and greet Saturday with the Ole Miss Rebel football team. The highlight of their morning was getting to meet Coach Hugh Freeze and quarterback Bo Wallace.
AnnYager and Alex McCrosky hosted Bea and Drew Tolsdorf and children, Caroline and Charlie, of Jackson, over the weekend. While here, they all visited with friends.
Holly Springs has lost not only a wonderful citizen, but an extremely talented artist, as well. Clark (Doc as some fondly called him) Cochran’s widow passed away last week. She was a beautiful Southern lady inside and out, always wearing a happy face! She would greet those who knew her with a hug and a kiss on the cheek, always ending her first sentence in “darlin.’ ” Her artwork is treasured by all who are lucky enough to have acquired a piece of it. If not, Carl Isom has pieces available in his antique store in Mt. Pleasant. May you now be able to paint with the masters in heaven - you will be sorely missed.
Rita and Johnny Langus of Mobile, Ala., spent the weekend in Holly Springs. They were here to attend the funeral of Rita’s sister-in-law.
The Potts Camp Cardinals and Marshall Academy Patriots both played in Vaught-Hemingway Stadium on the campus of Ole Miss over the weekend. Potts Camp played Friday night while Marshall played Saturday.
What a wonderful opportunity for these two teams to have. Seeing the Patriots play in a venue that large was a truly amazing experience. Marshall dominated Falkner from the jump. The athleticism and raw talent of the Patriots showed until the very last second. They start their regular season play this Friday night at Kirk Academy with kickoff at 7 p.m.
Kimberlee Tice to wed Cody Garrison Sept. 7
Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Tice proudly announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Kimberlee Renee’ Tice to Cody Daniel Garrison.
The bride-elect is the daughter of Tracy and Marsha Tice of Holly Springs. Her grandparents are Terry and Donnie Drewery of Hamilton, Ala., Carol Smith of Waterford, Donald Culver (Carolyn) of Ripley and Debroah Tice (the late John Tice Jr.) of Holly Springs. Her great-grandparents are Gladys Smith of Waterford and the late Avis Tice and John D. Tice Sr.
The groom is the son of Mae Garrison of Byhalia and Micheal Garrison (Cheryl) of Red Banks. His grandparents are John and Nancy Garrison of Red Banks, Christine Wilkerson (Billy) of Byhalia and the late Donald Wilkerson.
The couple will reside in their home in Byhalia with their son, John Lewis Garrison.
Kimberlee and Cody will exchange vows on Sept. 7 at 3 p.m. at Hope Alive Worship Center in Hamilton. A reception will follow.
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