Manis and Garretson wedding announcement
Ashley Lynn Manis of Rogersville and Rodney Lee Garretson of Morristown plan to be married in an open-church ceremony at 4 p.m., Jan. 8, 2011 at Howe's Chapel Baptist Church, 148 Howe's Chapel Road, Rogersville.The bride-elect is the daughter of the Rev. Tommy and Lisa Manis of Rogersville, and the granddaughter of Calvin and Jean Mauk of Surgoinsville, Betty Manis of Rogersville, and the late Rev. Hugh E Manis Jr. She graduated from Cherokee High School in 2005 and from Kingsport School of Beauty. She is attending Walters State Community College and is employed with Mastercuts in Morristown. The bridegroom-to-be is the son of Herbert Garretson of Morristown and Karen (David) Reed of Rutledge. He is the grandson of Opal Davis (Ed Childress) of Rutledge, the late R.B. Davis, and Robert and Bessie Pearl Garretson of Morristown. He graduated from Morristown East High School in 2006 and is attending King College. He is the owner/operator of Lakeside Lawncare & Tree Trimming and is employed at Howmet Castings.
Eula Armstrong 85th birthday
Eula Armstrong of Surgoinsville will turn 85 years old Jan. 4, 2011.She celebrated her birthday with her family earlier with a picnic and hay ride at a cabin on the Neil Miller farm, where she lived as a child.
Wilson 50th wedding anniversary
Harry and Pat (Harrison) Wilson recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a trip to Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, with their children. They reside on Moody Drive in Kingsport.The couple was married in Trenton, Ga., on Nov. 28, 1960, and have two children, Pam Wilson of Kingsport, and Jeff Wilson of Gray.Harry retired from Mead Paper in 1995 after 33 years of service. Pat retired from City Finance in 1999 after 20 years of service.They are members of Gunnings Baptist Church.
Harr 75th wedding anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. John (Bonnie Rutledge) Harr of Kingsport, celebrated their 75th wedding anniversary Dec. 22, 2010.The couple was married Dec. 22, 1935, in Sullivan County, with the Rev. Dan Graham officiating.They are the parents of Virginia Harr Harr and husband Marvin Dale Harr of Kingsport, and the late Billy Roy Harr. They are the grandparents of Julie Harr Johnson and husband Dr. David R. Johnson of Kingsport; Tim D. Harr and wife Lisa Arnold Harr of Blountville, and Tammy Harr Wininger and husband Mark Wininger of Blountville. They are the great-grandparents of Sarah E. Johnson Cech and husband Thomas Cech of Prague, Czech Republic; Anna K. Johnson of Greenville, S.C.; David M. Johnson of Houston, Texas; Victoria C. Johnson of Kingsport; Meagan A. Harr and Travis D. Harr of Blountville; Brandon M. Wininger, Jarred M. Wininger, Madelyn F. Wininger and Aaron C. Wininger, all of Blountville.Congratulations for a unique milestone in your lives together, with love from your family.
Jepson and Feagins wedding announcement
Heidi Camille Jepson of Kingsport and Corey Lee Feagins of Blountville, plan to be married on Dec. 31, 2010 at Cassidy United Methodist Church.
The bride-elect is the daughter of Paul and Melody Jepson of Kingsport. She graduated from Northeast State Community College with an associate'€™s degree in teaching. She is a senior at East Tennessee State University pursuing a degree in elementary education.
The bridegroom-to-be is the son of Lynn and Crystal Feagins of Blountville. He graduated from Northeast State Community College with an associate'€™s degree in speech. He recently graduated from ETSU with a degree in speech communication and a minor in sociology. He is the youth director at Cassidy United Methodist Church, Kingsport.