here to see the newborns at Livingston Regionl Hospital
Juston Eddie Ledbetter and Jamie Nicole Wilson, both of Livingston.
Marty Brandon Ford, Byrdstown, and Tonya Renee Ogletree, Allons.
Miss Beaty And Mr. Eldridge United In December
Karen Elizabeth Beaty became the bride of Mark Eldridge December
16, 2000, at the Center for Campus Ministry on the Maryville College
campus in Maryville. Rev. Douglas Wilder, minister of First United
Methodist Church of Oneida, officiated the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Robert and Annette Beaty of Oneida.
She is a 1990 graduate of Oneida High School and a 1994 graduate
of Maryville College. She is currently the director of news and
sports information at the college.
The groom is the son of Harrison and Marie Eldridge of Livingston.
He is a graduate of Livingston Academy, Bethel College, and Tennessee
Tech. He is currently the head coach of the boys' basketball program
at Anderson County High School in Clinton.
Musical selections for the ceremony included numerous Christmas
carols such as "O, Holy Night", "Silent Night",
"Greensleeves", and the "Coventry Carol". Flutist
Elizabeth Roy Sampsel, friend of the bride, formerly of Oneida,
played several selections while Jerry Sullivan III accompanied on
piano. Rebecca Beaty of Jamestown, cousin of the bride, sang "Love
Came Down at Christmas”.
The bride wore an off-the-shoulder style gown made of ivory satin.
The gown was trimmed in faux arctic fur at the shoulder and cuffs
and had a slim, floor-length hem with a back slit. She wore a detachable,
chapel-length train made of matching satin material.
She carried a bouquet of roses, german statice, hypericum berries,
white bunnytails, gold baby's breath, ivy, and Christmas greenery.
The bouquet was adorned with red beads and gold ribbon.
Serving as matrons of honor were the bride's sisters, Ann Beaty
Damron of Maryville and Susan Beaty Wilson of Wartburg, both wearing
black, knee-length knit dresses with off-the-shoulder collars trimmed
in black fur. Both carried a bundle of hypericum berries tied with
gold ribbon. Rachel Eldridge of Livingston and Sarah Elizabeth Eldridge
of Algood, nieces of the groom, served as flower girls, wearing
short, red stretch velvet dresses trimmed in black fur at the cuffs.
They carried baskets filled with red rose petals and paper snow.
Serving as best man was brother of the groom, Matt Eldridge of
Livingston, and groomsmen were Tracy Beets of Greenville and John
Beaty of Oneida, brother of the bride. John Matthew Eldridge of
Livingston and David Eldridge of Algood, nephews of the groom, served
as ring bearers.
Mothers of the bride and groom entered the chapel while the musicians
played "Ave Maria" and the matrons of honor entered the
chapel during "Carol of the Bells". The flowergirls, escorted
by the ring bearers, walked down the aisle while the pianist played
"Away in a Manger". An arrangement of "O Come, All
Ye Faithful" was played for the bridal processional.
A lunch reception, hosted by the bride's parents, followed the
ceremony in Bartlett Hall on the college campus.
After honeymooning in Asheville, NC, the couple now resides in
Miss Savage And Mr. Crabtree Exchange January
Jennifer Savage, given in marriage by her father, became the bride
of William Shane Crabtree Friday, Jan. 5, 2001, at Celina. Luke
Collins officiated the 6 p.m. ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Oather Savage of
Livingston and the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawton Scantland
and Ova Henery, all of Livingston.
The groom is the son of Hezzie and Cristine Crabtree of Celina
and the grandson of Pauline and Odus Staggs and Jim and Stella Crabtree,
all of Celina.
The musical selection for the ceremony was "Wind Beneath My
Serving as maid of honor was Misty Hunter, friend of the bride.
Serving as best man was Richard Allen Hayes, friend of the groom.
Miss Howard and Mr. Bull To Exchange February
Mr. and Mrs. M.D. Howard of Monroe proudly announce the engagement
and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Christie Dawn, to Ronnie
Bull of Livingston.
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Thedford and Mary Jane
Howard and Rev. James and Lena Edens of Monroe.
She is currently employed at First National Bank of the Cumberlands.
The future groom is the son of Eva Nell Bull of Gainesboro and
the late Arthur Bull. He is currently employed at Berkline.
The couple will exchange vows at McDonald's Chapel United Methodist
Church Friday, Feb. 16 at 7 p.m. A reception will follow immediately
at the church.
All friends and family are invited to attend.
Overton County News
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