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Archives 11-08-2000

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Babies

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Chris and Donna Ledbetter of Hilham proudly announce the birth of their daughter, Kaylee Lynn, who was born September 8, 2000. She weighed 6 lbs. 15.1 oz. and was 20 inches long. Proud grandparents are Bruce and Rita Ledbetter, Earl Glenn Ledbetter, and Paul and Gearld-dean Ray. Proud great grandparents are Lester and Imogene Ledbetter, Harrison and Dona Ledbetter, Johnson and Gladys Barnes, and Elmo and Elizabeth Betty Ledbetter.

Michael and Deborah McGinley of Livingston proudly announce the birth of their daughter, Hailey Nicole, who was born September 6, 2000. She weighed 3 lbs. 12 1/2 oz. and was 17 1/2 inches long. Proud grandparents are Jimmy and Joyce Brown and Tom and Peggy McGinley. Also weloming home the new arrival was her sister, Korrie.

Brian and Christy Buck of Allons proudly announce the birth of their son, Noah Lance, who was born October 13, 2000. She weighed 8 lbs. 7 oz. and was 21 inches long. Proud grandparents are Doyle and Patricia Key and Jerry and Susan Buck. She is the great granddaughter of Cristine Buck. Also welcoming home the new arrival was his big brother, Austin.

Daimen and Michelle Garrett of Livingston proudly announce the birth of their son, Dakota Lee, who was born October 9, 2000. He weighed 8 lbs. 10.5 oz. and was 19 3/4 inches long. Proud grandparents are Garry and Donna Smith of Livingston, Donna Garrett of Wilder, and the late Tony Garrett. Also welcoming home the new arrival was his sister, Jessica Hopkins.

Jonathan Wright and Kelly Reid proudly announce the birth of their son, Colby Dale, who was born October 3, 2000. He weighed 7 lbs. 13.1 oz. and was 20 inches long. Proud grandparents are Roy Reid and Rebecca Sagar and Roger and Rhonda Wright.

Jeff and Christina Scott of Celina proudly announce the birth of their daughter, Deanny LeeAnn, who was born October 3, 2000. She weighed 8 lbs. 5 oz. and was 20 inches long. Proud grandparents are James Martin, Mary Strong, Billy Wood, and Fred and Frankie Scott. She is the niece of Todd Strong.

Gabe and Amanda Krantz of Livingston proudly announce the birth of their daughter, Macie Leann, who was born October 9, 2000. She weighed 6 lbs. 1 oz. and was 19 1/2 inches long. Proud grandparents are Wesley and Gayle Johnson and Tony and Angie Krantz.

 

 

 

Marriage Licenses

Thomas David Hartzell and Kelly Jo Williams, both of Alpine.

Walter David Coffman, Herman, TN, and Gail Ann Hickman, Monroe.

Brain Keith Hall and Tina Mae Young, both of Livingston.

Donald Richard Abbott, Byrdstown, and Sheila Mae Ferguson, Albany, KY.

Larry Alan Eakes and Kimberly Dawn Bonds, both of Monroe.

William Alexander Roop Jr. and Marilyn Kaye Mathews, both of Livingston.

Shannon Alan Jackson and Kristi Eugenia Yancey, both of Livingston.

Jason Stoddart and Bethany Lynn Irwin, both of Crawford.

George Bradford Cushing and Wendy Michelle Gilpatrick, both of Monroe.

Donald Allan Dulworth and Sherry Ann Haney, both of Hilham.

Registered in Cookeville - Jeffery Hamilton and Kathy Jane Gore, both of Livingston.

 

 

 

Weddings

Miss Barnard And Mr. Bowman Exchange Vows In Gatlinburg

Amy Lavone Barnard, given in marriage by her family, became the bride of Todd Jason Bowman Saturday, October 14, 2000, at Gatlinburg's Chapel at the Park. Reverend Lee K. Bennett officiated the 5 p.m. ceremony. The couple spoke their vows before a close gathering of relatives and friends during the ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Ms. Janice Murdock of Livingston and the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Murdock of Allons and the late Jane Barnard.

The groom is the son of Steve and Brenda Bowman of Allons and the grandson of Mrs. Emogene Pryor of Allons, the late Doak Fletcher, and Bonnie, Jr. and Viola Bowman.

For the occasion, arched candelabra, flanked by spiral candelabras, all entwined with flowers and greenery, illuminated the chapel. A unity candle, potted greenery, and multi-colored floral arrangements marking the pews completed the setting.

Musical selections for the ceremony included the traditional "Wedding March", along with "Amazed" and other selections.

Given in marriage by her family, the bride approached the altar on the arm of her grandfather Murdock. She was radiant in a formal-length gown fashioned in white satin and enhanced with a fitted waistline. The scalloped neckline and short sleeves were embellished with heavily beaded lace and the gown was fastened at the back with delicate satin-covered buttons. The elegant skirt draped in gentle gathers from the fitted waist, and a scalloped hemline adorned with lace insets further enhanced the creation. The lace insets were also used to embellish the cathedral length train. Her chapel-length veil was attached to a bandeau of lace encrusted with pearls. The sheer netting cascaded in two layers down her back and was accented with a border of white satin.

She carried a bouquet of yellow and white daisies, yellow roses and purple asters nestled in greenery and fastened with sheer netting.

In addition to her engagement ring, the bride wore a pearl and diamond pendant attached to a gold chain and matching pearl and diamond earrings, presented to her as a special gift from her maternal grandmother, Mrs. Murdock.

Serving as matron of honor was April Cole of the Willow Grove Community. The honor attendant wore a formal-length gown fashioned of periwinkle blue satin and styled with a princess waistline and thin straps at the shoulders. Her bouquet was a miniature of the bride's flowers.

Brinna Bowman, niece of the groom, served as flower girl. She wore a white satin frock designed with full elbow-length sleeves and a dropped waistline, which held the gathered skirt. White bows centered with miniature pink flowers enhanced the sleeves and were placed on each side of the neckline. The yolk was embellished with lace, and she wore a band of lace in her hair. She carried a white wicker basket filled with white rose petals.

The groom and best man, Jason Turner of Monroe, wore black tuxedos. Each had a white rose boutonniere in his lapel.

Following the ceremony, the couple departed the chapel riding in a Rolls Royce destined for a Gatlinburg chalet, where they spent their honeymoon.

The bride and groom joined family and friends who attended the ceremony for dinner at Gatlinburg's The Grill and Park.

Mr. and Mrs. Bowman reside in the Allons community. Both are students at Tennessee Technological University and are employed in Cookeville.

A combination reception and shower honoring the couple was held Saturday, October 21, in the Tea Room at Standing Stone State Park. A cookout was the highlight of the event with relatives and friends attending.

Out-of-state guests included John Badger of California, the bride's great uncle who was accompanied by his grandson, Josh Badger, Kate Knoblock, Beck McMullen, Tim Walters, Dennis and Nancy Carpenter, Ellen Myers, Paul and Lisa Webb, and Christopher and Holly, all of Indiana, and Mark Neathery of Kentucky.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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