Thursday, October 2, 2014
Congratulations to Mitchells
Caitlyn Brooks and Alea Gurley spent the weekend at Delta State University. They attended the annual Pig Pickin’ festivities and attended the Statesmen’s homecoming game Saturday. Bridgett, Craig and Dakota Dailey participated in the events Saturday.
Congratulations to Vicki and Walter Webb on the birth of their grandson, Henry Wesley Jackson Mitchell. He was born Tuesday to Lauren and Luke Mitchell in New York.
Brittney and J.C. Holmes exchanged their wedding vows Saturday at the beach. Here’s to a long life of love, prosperity and an over abundance of gratitude for the small things y’all do for one another!
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Sanderson-Hoover say vows in June 28 ceremony at the Estes Church of Christ
Shelby Sanderson and Carter Hoover were united in marriage at the Estes Church of Christ in Henderson, Tenn., on June 28, 2014.
David Powell, the minister from the North Jackson Church of Christ, officiated the ceremony.
Shelby is the daughter of Todd and Leigh Anne Sanderson, of Holly Springs, and the granddaughter of Drs. Allen and Karen Walker and Terry and Jenny Sanderson.
Carter is the son of Calvin and Dee Hoover of Centerville, Tenn., and the grandson of the late Eugene Hoover and Katherine Hoover and the late Bob Keary and Sue Eley.
The ceremony was held at 2 p.m.
Floral accents adorned the auditorium of the church with yellow gerbera daisies, white hydrangeas, yellow mums, yellow gladiolas and asparagus ferns that set a beautiful background for the ceremony.
The bride was escorted by her father and wore a mermaid silhouette strapless gown with her grandmother’s pearl necklace. Her dress was white, with cascading detail and a beaded pearl sash. The veil was a beaded, fingertip veil with a rhinestone and pearl comb.
The bride accented her ensemble with navy blue pumps. She carried an exquisite bouquet of white daisies and roses. Her sisters, Bailey and Maddie, both of Holly Springs, were bridesmaids along with friends from college.
The groom’s father, Calvin Hoover, was the best man.
After the ceremony, Shelby and Carter were introduced by the groom’s childhood friend, to a host of friends and family in the Estes fellowship hall, which was decorated in navy, white and yellow. The columns were festooned in navy and white fabric and the guest tables were adorned with exquisite white and yellow flower arrangements. The guests enjoyed signature glasses with chalk labels, which served as favors to take home.
A candy table for the children added a special touch to the reception.
Freed-Hardeman University, the school where Shelby and Carter earned degrees, presented the food to the bridal party and guests.
After the reception, the bride and groom honeymooned in Destin, Fla.
They currently reside in Lexington, Tenn., where Carter is a youth minister for the Broad Street Church of Christ and Shelby is a sixth grade math teacher at Huntington Middle School in Huntington, Tenn.
Courtney Blair and Thomas Goode to wed Oct. 11 at Como Baptist
Mike Sumner of Como, and the late Judy Sumner and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Collins of Senatobia, announce the engagement of their daughter, Courtney Collins Blair, to Thomas Ray Goode, son of Kenny and Edna Faye Goode of Potts Camp.
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Jerlean Mathews and the late Horace Mathews of Como, and the late Kathleen Robison of Senatobia.
The prospective groom is the grandson of the late J.T. and Bertha Jones of Potts Camp and the late Delmer and Mary Goode, also of Potts Camp.
The bride-elect is a 1995 graduate of Magnolia Heights School in Senatobia and a 1997 graduate of Northwest Community College, Senatobia, and the University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, in 1999 where she studied recreation administration.
She is employed by the Mississippi Department of Transportation in Batesville, as a District 2 anti-litter coordinator.
The prospective groom graduated from Potts Camp High School in 2000. He is employed by the Mississippi Department of Transportation in Holly Springs, as a heavy machine operator.
The wedding will be held at 4 p.m. on Saturday, October 11, 2014, at Como Baptist Church in Como. All friends and family are invited to attend.
Jenkins-Clayton to wed Oct. 18
Cameisha Jenkins and Hurshel Clayton announce their forthcoming marriage.
Cameisha is the daughter of Cathy Johnson and Terrance Smith.
Hurshel is the son of Deveren Clayton and Roy McKay.
The couple will be married October 18, at the home of the bride-elect’s aunt, Sandra Hodges, 265 Rolfing Rd., Holly Springs.
A reception will follow at The Hut.
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