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Holmes County herald. (Lexington, Miss.) 1959-current, November 29, 1962, Image 4

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Engagement Told
For Miss Browning
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Brown
ing, Jr of Goodman announce
the engagement and approach
ing marriage of their daugh
ter, Sara Jane, to David Fle
ming Johns, son of Mr. and
Mrs. R. D. Johns of Stark
ville and Ackerman.
The bride-elect is the grand
daughter of the late Mr. and
Mrs. G. J. Marler of Shannon
and the late Mr. and Mrs. J.
J. Browning, Sr of West.
Miss Browning, a graduate
of Holmes High School and
Holmes Junior College, attend,
de Delta State College where
she was a member of the
Kappa Delta Sorority, A. C.
E., and Senior Class Treasur
er.
Miss Browning is presently
teaching in the West Point
| Elementary School System.
Mr. Jonns, a Starkville mer
chant, graduated from Acker
Mississippi State University
man High School and attended
where he was a member of
Alpha Psi Omega, national
honorary drama fraternity,
Alpha Kappa Psi, professional
business fraternity, Black
friars Drama Society, Univer
sity Debate Team, Chairman
of the University Speakers
Bureau, and President of Pi
Kappa Delta, national honor
ary foresenic fraternity.
The wedding has been set
for Dec. 30 at 4 p. m.
Tile public is cordially in
vited to attend the wedding
and reception.
Visits Parents
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stroyd
and children, Donna Renee
land Buddy of Jackson, visited
ier parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.
H. Skinner and his sister and
family, Mr. and Mrs. John
Hatncock last Saturday.
.teiuriis From New York City
miss Mary Elizabeth Glover
returned home Monday after
^pending Thanksgiving week
with her brother^ Charles, in
New York City and her sis
ter and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Eugnene W. Zimmerman and
son, Maityn in Alexandria,
Va.
filter spenuing a couple of
Jays prior to Thanksgiving in
New York with their brother,
mts. Zimmerman and Mtiss
Glover, along with Charles,
returned to the Zimmerman
home for Thanksgiving din
ner.
Mrs. Zimmerman is the for
mer Sarah Jane Glover.
Visit Governor
-viis. A. E. Ellington and
Air. and Airs. Irby Ellington
spent from Wednesday throu
gh Sunday with Airs. Elling
ton's son, Governor and Airs.
Mrs. Buford Ellington and
family in Nashville, Tenn. Al
so visiting in the home were
-Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Elling
ton and sons, Richard and
Sammy.
Visit isrotner
Air. and Mrs. Bill Schneller
anu children spent Thursday
with her brother and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Binford Wil
liams and daughter, Charme,
in Water Valley.
Spend Thanksgiving Day
Mrs. M. M. Reed, Miss Ka
therine McLeod and house
guest, Air. A. H. Kirkpatrick,
were Thanksgiving guests of
Mrs. W. D. McLeod in Green
wood. Their little nephew,
Duncan Frazier, returned
home with them for a visit.
Visit Parents
Air. and Mrs. Phillip Mur
rey Benenson of Dallas, Te
xas spent the weekend with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Cohen.
Keutrns Home
Lt. Colonel and Mrs. Isaac
King returned to Knoxville,
Tenn. on Tuesday after spend
ing the Thanksgiving holidays
here. Mrs. King’s mother,
Mrs. B. S. Beall returned
home with them for a month
visit.
Visitor Here
Mrs. Herbert Williamson of
Meridian is visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. Madison McLellan.
Thanksgiving Guests
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.
B. Barrett on Thanksgiving
Day were their daughter and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Jackson and son, Mike, Mrs.
Almyra Jackson and Mrs.
Jimmy Langston and daugh
ter, Jimmie, all of Greenville.
Attend Little Theatre
Mr. and Mrs. Will Barrett
and son, Bill spent the week
end with their daughter and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fra
nk Jackson in Greenville, and
attended the Little Theatre
production “The King And I”.
Mr. Jackson was a member
of the cast. Also attending
were Sally and Mildred Bar
rett, who were guests of Jaha
la Jackson.
Tennessee Visitor
A recent Tennessee visitor
in our midst was Mr. A. H.
Kirkpatrick of Lebanon, Tenn.
who spent several days in the
home of Mrs. M. M. Reed and
Miss Katherine McLeod.
Visit Parents
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Murrill
and son, Whit, spent tn_
Thanksgiving holidays with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Parham Williams.
To Memphis
Mrs. C. O. ^ovall spent the
Thanksgiving holidays with
her son, Henry S. Hooker and
family in Memphis. She at
tended a family gathering at
the home of her sister, Mrs
E. F. Rhea on Thursday. Oth
er members of the family
present were her two brothers,
Mr. W. B. Bailey of Memphis
and Mr. Aven Herbert, Wes
ton, Conn., her sisters, Mrs.
L. Alexander, Mrs. Robert La_
Croix of Memphis, and Mrs.
Lucile Herbert, Montgomery,
Alabama.
Visits Sister
Mr. and Mrs. John Stephens
and children, Ann and Johnny
have returned to their home
n Paducah, Ky. after visiting
in the home of his sister and
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Pat M. Barrett.
in Jackson
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Watson,
their son, Julian, and Mrs. J.
M. Powers spent the Thanks
giving holidays in Jackson.
Visit Parents
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bowlin and
children, Brett and Tony spent
several days the past week
with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George Patterson.
Former Resident
Mrs. C. C. Richardson of
Itta Bena, visited friends here
on Saturday.
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Miss Winstead
Engagement
Is Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Warren
Winstead of Lexington an
gagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter,
Loveita Dale (Peggy), to Mr.
Walter David Wigley, son of
Mr. and and Mrs. Walter War
ren Wigley of Lexington.
The bride-elect is a 1962
graduate of Tchula High
School and is presently enroll
ed at Holmes Junior College
as a member of the Cosmeto
logy Class.
David was graduated from
Coxburg High School in I960
and is presently employed at
Storkline, Inc. in Jackson.
Plans are being made for a
December wedding.
Visits Son
Mrs. Effie Swittenberg and
Mrs. T. D. Lebby spent from
Wednesday through Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Rogert
Swittenberg in Jackson.
Visits Parent
Miss Beth Flowers, a sen
ior at Newcombe College in
New Orleans, spent the holi
days with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Flowers.
It’s hard to know exactly
when one generation ends, and
the next one begins. But it’s
somewhere around nine
o’clock at night.
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