The Star-Herald from Kosciusko, Mississippi on November 14, 1996 · 24
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The Star-Herald from Kosciusko, Mississippi · 24

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2D The SUr-Herald, Kosciusko, Miss., November 14, 1996 Smythe-Meacham engagement told Margaret Keith Smythe and Jon Ellis Meacham, both of New York City, will be married at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 14, at St John's Episcopal Church in Leland. Ms. Smythe is the daughter of Mrs. Mary Leonard Jones of Madison and Frederick Joseph Smythe of Trib-bett. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Charles Leonard of Kosciusko and of Mrs. Daniel Lafayette Smythe and the late Daniel Lafayette Smythe of Greenville. A graduate of St Andrew's Episcopal High School in Jackson and the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, she also studied at the University in Aix En Provence, France, and taught English under a Fulbright Fellowship in Metz, France. She is presently teaching English at the Nightengale-Bramford School in New York City. Meacham is the son of Mrs. Linda McBrayer Brodie and Jere Ellis Meacham. He is the grandson of Judge Ellis Kirby Meacham and the late Jean Austin Meacham of Chat- iT L Leathers to talk about teatime Laura Leathers of Pickens will conduct a program on serving tea and scones at Peeler House Antiques this afternoon (Thursday) from 2 p.m. till 4 p.m. Mrs. Leathers, creator and distributor of "Teatime Treasures," a scone mix, will also give pointers on making scones. A recent resurgence of interest in English teatime has prompted Mrs. Leathers to promote "Teatime Treasures." XXXI a Margaret Keith Smythe tanooga, Tenn., and of Mrs. Irene McBrayer and the late E.E. McBrayer, also of Chattanooga. A graduate of the McCallie School in Chattanooga and the University of the South in Sewanee, Tenn., Meacham is the senior editor for national affairs at Newsweek magazine in New York City. Marie Dendy, Jon Mark Smith Dendy-Smith vows planned in December Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dendy of Kosciusko announce the engagement of their daughter, Marie, to Jon Mark Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Earl Smith of Dallas, Texas. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elihue Thompson and Mrs. Harold Dendy and the late Mr. Dendy of Kosciusko. The prospective bridegroom is the grandson of Mrs. Earl Smith and the late Mr. Smith of Carrollton, Texas, and Mrs. Kay Caffey of Oklahoma City, Okla. Miss Dendy is a graduate of Kosciusko High School and is presently attending the University of Mississippi. Smith is presently attending Mag- Sta-home Hospice plans memorial Sta-home Hospice will host a Sunday afternoon service in memory of those persons who died the past year while under the care of the hospice program. The 2 p.m. memorial service will be held at the Mary Ricks Thornton Cultural Center. Family members of those died are invited to attend. A volunteer chaplain for Sta-home and the non-profit organization's administrator will participate in the program. Refreshments will be served. Those expecting to attend should call 1-800-898-1 159. nolia Bible College and is working as an associate minister at the Mt. Olive Church of Christ in Bogue Chitto. The couple will exchange vows Saturday, Dec. 21, at 6:30 p.m. at the South Huntington St Church of Christ in Kosciusko. Friends and relatives are invited to attend the ceremony and the reception to follow. Sgt. Stasher-Mason wins promotion Marine Sgt. Michell Stasher-Mason, daughter of Charles E. and Sarah L. Stasher of Pickens recently was promoted to her present rank while serving with Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 115, 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing, Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, S.C. The 1992 graduate of Velma Jackson High School of Camden, joined the Marine Corps in July 1993. Helping Hands Helping Hands Ministries, located just off Highway 12 west, is staffed by volunteers Tuesday and Thursdays and one Saturday each month. The Thrift Shop on West Jefferson Street is open Monday through Saturday. Volunteers who worked Thursday and Saturday and throughout the week at the Thrift Shop were: John Wagener Dorothy Wagener Robert Hardison Sue Grantham Marie Harmon Linda McCullar Mary Conine Shaw Charles Roberts Barbara Sturbaum Lee Hines Carolyn Ellard Fran Gilliland Kathy Jenkins Rev. Glenn Seefeld Billy Johnson Elizabeth O'Briant Margaret Weeks Purvis McMains Estelle Jones Catherine Owens Marcia Wasson Rev. Alton Wasson CALL REX BRUNT AT ttealw uggMttd raM pttotSL 5175Stmghl Hit only End! 111Wad orty win tit coifon BRUNT-WARD Louisville 289-5551 n n rrzii V v A L I II 1 SI I 1 II II I Customer Appreciation NOW THROUGH SATURDAY Lots of other great buys throughout the store! mm (op ae ' us CI Let Eli IBP (of cm The Rifrht Gift At The Riit Price Parkway Plaza Shopping Canter 289-6401 Monday-Saturday 10 am. (II 8 p.m. Sunday 1 p.m. til 6 p.m. EHAtHlsToAt New Book Lovers hear program on art Danny Brunt, local artist, presented the program at the November 4 meeting of the New Book Lovers Club held at the Attala County Library. Mrs. Carolyn Lehner and Mrs. Robert D. Cook served as hostesses. Brunt told of the persons who had influenced and encouraged him to develop his talents including teachers from grammar school through college. He stated that his mother was his strongest motivator and carried him at an early age to a neighboring town in order for him' to receive art lessons. He displayed many of his watercolors depicting scenes and people near Kosciusko and other Mississippi and Southern locations. Mrs. Van Foster, president, conducted the business session. Other members present included Mrs. Grover Bailey, Mrs. James Bruce, Mrs. Jack Brunt, Mrs. Wendell Edwards, Mrs. Joanne Fiedler, Mrs. Bob Gilliland, Ms. Nela Hughes, Mrs. Bill Dcerd, Mrs. Bill Lacey, Mrs. Jene Renfroe, Mrs. Inez Stewart and Mrs. Billie Wasson. Ellen Chumley Travis Brown November 30, 1996 Stacey Hathcock Scottie Jones December 14, 1996 Kimberly Bowie Michael Cuny December 14, 1996 Tracy Tyler Bryan Weaver December 20, 1996 Jaye Killebrew Chuck Myers December 21, 1996 Sally Brand Chris Lawrence December 28, 1996 Arlandra Shauntel Winters Jeffrey L. Wheat December 28, 1996 Eva Mae Greer Johnny Earl Walker December 31, 1996 PATTERSON JEWELERS "Quality Jewelers Serving Central Mississippi ForThePast46Yeanr M amber Ol ThaAmaricanQamSodaty 289-3731 On The Square, Kosciusko Mary Margaret Little Rob Cooper November 9, 1996 Ellen Chumley Travis Brown November 30, 1996 Amanda Lawson TraeLand November 30, 1996 Kimberly Bowie Michael Cuny December 14, 1996 Stacy Hathcock Scottie Jones December 14, 1996 Tracy Tyler Bryan Weaver December 20, 1996 Marie Dendy Jon Mark Smith December 21, 1996 Jaye Killebrew Chuck Myer December 21, 1996 Sally Brand Chris Lawrence December 28, 1996 Nedra Henderson Michael Davis December 28, 1996 Eva Mae Greer Johnny Earl Walker December 31, 1996 V m December 31, vm Yl lj Peeler House W Antiques J Lj 289-5165 T w) On The Square, l( YOUR award-winning - Community Newspaper! ; The Star-Herald Subscribe Today! : PRESERVING AND TRANSFERRING WEALTH THROUGH CHARITABLE GIVING v. Learn more about Wills and Trusts Reducing Income and Estate Taxes Bypassing Capital Gains Increasing Rate of Return on Investments ; Planned Giving Methods and Investments c Conserving Assets for Your Heirs Monday, November 18, 1996 2:00-4:00 p.m. Mid-Mississippi Regional Library Kosciusko.Mississippi Speaker: Don L. Fruge' Vice Chancellor of University Advancement Professor of Law University of Mississippi Sponsored by Trust Department Merchants & Farmers Bank Kosciusko, Mississippi Member FDIC v

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