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Archives 04-16-2003


Marriage Licenses










Marriage Licenses

Matthew Lynn Swallows, Monroe, and Ashley Nicole Petry, Rickman.

Jerrod Adrian Wright and Heather Cecile Medlin, both of Cookeville.

Cameron Edd Choate and Misty Michelle Lockhart, both of Livingston.

John Fredrick Reeder, Monroe, and Penny RenŽe Schaeffer, Livingston.

Christopher Allen Morrison and Angel E. Dixon, both of Livingston.

Michael David Cantrell and Teresa Parris Sliger, both of Livingston.

Timothy L. Young, Monroe, and Angela Renee Winningham, Livingston.

Randal Dale Williams, Cookeville, and Edith Gail Cunningham, Hilham.

Matthew Ronald Daniels and Lee Ann Grishom, both of Livingston.

Henry Clay Smith and Tammy Lois Key, both of Alpine.

Jeffrey Ross Beaty and Angela Marie Castle, both of Livingston.

William Henry Hutchins III, Allons, and Vicki Leigh Stansberry, Hilham.





Miss Muniz and Mr. Huddleston unite in matrimony March 17

Miss Bobbie Jo Muniz became the bride of Mr. Patrick Wade Huddleston on March 17 at Bethlehem Church.

The groom's father officiated the 3 p.m. ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Margaret Stinnett of Anderson, IN, and Don Taylor of Monroe. She is the granddaughter of the late Robert and Delce Ripberger, and Willas and Valdie Taylor.

She is studying Cosmetology at Tennessee Technology Center at Livingston.

The groom is the son of Tony and Charlotte Huddleston of Livingston. He is the grandson of Oren Frank and Jean Huddleston of Livingston and the late Oral W. and Florence Cooper.

He is a graduate of Livingston Academy.

The church's decorations were provided by The Blossom Shop, as was the bride's bouquet.

Serving as flower girls were Rachel Huddleston, the groom's sister, and Esperanzia Muniz, the bride's daughter.

Groomsmen were Eric Huddleston, brother of the groom, Oren Frank Huddleston, the groom's grandfather, and Casey Tensley, friend of the groom.






Miss Stover and Mr. Vaughn to exchange vows April 19

Miss Jamie Stover and Mr. Ted Vaughn proudly announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.

The bride-elect is the daughter of Johnny Stover and Gail Stover, both of Livingston. She is the granddaughter of J.P. Nivens of Livingston and the late Vanlier Nivens and Bessie and Harrison Stover.

She graduated from Tennessee Technology Center in 2001 with a medical/legal administrative assistant degree. She is employed at Russell Stover Candies in Cookeville.

The future groom is the son of Faye Vaughn of Monterey and Donald Vaughn of Crossville. He is the grandson of the late Clayton and Sally Welch and Horace and Ruby Vaughn.

He graduated from Tennessee Technology Center in Livingston in 2000 with a degree in industrial electronics. He is employed at S&W Manufacturing in Smithville.

The couple will wed at Monterey First Freewill Baptist Church on Saturday, April 19 at two oŐclock in the afternoon.

All friends and family are invited to attend.






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