Thursday, September 8, 2005

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Marshall County Humane Society News

Memorial received

We hope you are all putting the Board of Supervisors’ meeting at 9:00 a.m. on Monday, September 12, on your calendar. The Supervisors will be deciding on how much, if any, money to put in the new budget for animal control for our county. A sea of faces will reinforce to them how urgent the need is. The meeting will be right next door to the tax assessor’s office in Holly Springs. We hope that whole corner of the Square will be packed for the occasion.

If you can’t attend the meeting you can still make your voice heard by calling your Supervisor. Their names and phone numbers are as follows: District 1, Willie Flemon, 662-252-2103; District 2, Eddie Dixon, 662-851-7892; District 3, Keith Taylor, 901-412-0328; District 4, George Zinn, 662-544-0996; District 5, Ronnie Joe Bennett, 662-544-1117. Unsure what district you are in? Call the Chancery Clerk’s Office at 662-252-4431.

It’s hard right now for any of us to think about anything but rescuing the Coast, but, in the face of such an overwhelming calamity, the best we can do is get our own backyards in order so that, when the opportunity comes for us to be of service, we will be in a position to do so.

In the meantime, the Marshall County Humane Society is trying to figure out how to help best with what we’ve got. If you have a great idea or want to chip in, call 662-564-2900 or any member.

On a personal, local level, the Humane Society recently received a contribution in support of our efforts in remembrance of Carolyn McCrosky, a native of our county and friend to most people and all animals. Thanks Gary Maholm for memorializing her in this special way.

The low-cost Spay/Neuter Clinic is now open every Tuesday but please note that we will be closed Sept. 20. Make your appt. for any other Tuesday by calling 662-252-6196. For info on adoptions, fostering or the Humane Society in general, call 662-564-2900.


Recipes from Martha Ruth Leonard
“The Best of Bon Appetit
Ribs for Two
2 tbsps. soy sauce
1 tbsp. chili sauce
1 tbsp. corn syrup
2 garlic cloves, minced
1 tsp. salt
1 side, about 1-1/2 lbs)baby pork ribs, parboiled
2 tbsps. dry sherry
1 tsbp. catsup
2 green onions, cut into 2” pieces
1-1/2 tsp. finely grated fresh ginger (or 1/2 tsp. dried)
Combine all ingredients except the ribs and sauces, and mix well to blend. Place ribs in large pan, pour marinade over and let stand at room temperature 2-3 hours, turning occasionally so ribs are coated evenly. Grill, or lace accordion style on spit, and roast 30-40 minutes, or until tender, basting frequently with marinade. Separate ribs with scissors. Serve with a variety of dipping sauces.
Rodeo Spareribs
1 cup catsup
1/4 cup vinegar
1 tbsp. sugar
1 tsp. celery seed
1 large onion, thinly sliced
4 lbs. (2 sides) spareribs,     parboiled
1 cup chicken stock or water
1 tbsp. Worcestershire sauce
1 tsp. salt
2-3 dashes hot pepper sauce
1 lemon, thinly sliced
Combine all ingredients except ribs, onion and lemon in large saucepan and simmer 30 minutes. Brush or dunk unseparated ribs into sauce. Place ribs, rounded side down, over hot coals and grill 20 minutes without turning, brushing occasionally with sauce. Turn ribs and brush again. Place onion and lemon slices on ribs and secure with toothpicks. Continue grilling without turning, brushing frequently with sauce, 20-25 minutes, or until ribs or done. (To test for doneness, snip between two bones. If meat is no longer pink and pulls easily from bone, ribs are ready). Cut into serving portions with scissors. Serves four.
Teriyaki Ribs
4 lbs. (2 racks) spareribs
1/2 cup soy sauce
1/2 cup white vinegar
1 tbsp. fresh grated ginger, or 1    tsp. dried
1 cup chicken stock
1/2 cup honey
2 garlic cloves, minced
Have butcher remove backbone from each rack and saw racks hor-izontally into 2 portions, each about 3 inches wide. Parboil ribs and let cool. Combine remaining ingredients. Place ribs in large pan or dish, spoon marinade over, cover and refrigerate 3 hours or overnight, basting occasionally. Grill, or lace on spit accordion style and roast about 45 minutes, basting frequently. Serve with a mustard or plum sauce if desired. Serves
Spicy Ribs
3 8-oz cans tomato sauce
1/2 cup minced onion
3 tbsps. packed brown sugar
1 tbsp. lemon juice
2 tsps. dry mustard
1 tsp. salt
1/2 cup chicken stock or broth
3 tbps. Worcestershire sauce
2 tbsps. honey
1 garlic clove, minced
1-1/2-3 tsps. chili powder
8 lbs. (4 racks) spareribs, parboiled
Combine all ingredients except ribs in saucepan. Bring to a boil, reduce heat and simmer, uncovered, 30 minutes. Brush ribs with sauce, and grill 45 minutes or until tender, basting and turning fre-quently. Separate ribs into serving portions with scissors. Pass remaining sauce. (Sauce is also excellent with chicken and pre-roasted beef ribs.). Serves eight.

Pages from the Past

10 Years Ago — September 7, 1995

Clifton Oglesby joins Metro City Saints
Another Holly Springs football player has joined the Metro City Saints, a semi-pro team in Memphis, Tenn. Clifton Darrell Oglesby, a 1989 graduate of Potts Camp High School, now plays for the Saints. He joins other local teammates, Ricky Jones, Terry Lawrence, Danny Warren, Anthony Anderson, Harold Moncrief and Walker Howell Jr.

Anderson named Player of the Week
Anthony Anderson was named Player of the Week Saturday for the Metro City Saints, a Memphis-based semi-pro football team. Terry Lawrence, another local player, had two touchdowns. Danny Warren had 13 tackles and one sack. Ricky Jones had three tackles. The Saints won the game against Jackson 27-17.

Dionne Warwick to deliver 129th Founders’ Day address
Internationally acclaimed recording artist Dionne Warwick will deliver the 129th Founder’s Day address at Rust College on Sun. Nov. 19. Dr. David L. Beckley, president of the college, will confer an honorary Doctor of Humanities degree on Warwick.

25 Years Ago — August 28, 1980

Opening held for Wal-Mart
With the president of the 300-plus store chain looking on, the Wal-Mart Discount City store in Holly Springs threw open its doors Wednesday. The Holly Springs store was approximately the 303rd to open in the chain. Sharana Longest, Miss Black Holly Springs and Holly Springs Mayor Sam Coopwood cut the ribbon for the opening of the store.

Selman wins award
A local fast food store manager has been awarded Manager of the Year from West Quality Food Service. A. W. Selman, manager of Kentucky Fried Chicken, won the award. A native of Gloster, Selman is a graduate of M.I. College. He is married to Patricia Davis Selman of Holly Springs and they have two children, Patrice, 9 and Antonious, 4.

50 Years Ago — September 8, 1955

Warren has perfect score in team shoot
Highway Patrolman Jimmy Warren was captain of the Highway Patrol team that won the state shoot at the Tennessee-Mississippi Peace Officers Convention at Jackson, Miss. last weekend. Warren shot a perfect score. His team shot 241 out of 250. In the individual shoot, Warren placed fifth with a score of 96 out of 100.

Prominent Arkansas couple married here
Allene Ward of Osceola, Ark. and Jim Crain of Wilson, Ark. were married Tuesday in Holly Springs by Dr. J.B. Carpenter, pastor of the Presbyterian Church. Crain, 67, a wealthy planter and political leader, is a member of the Arkansas Highway Commission. His bride, who is 47, is an attorney and has served as Mr. Crain’s lawyer. She served in the Arkansas House of Representatives in 1947.

Red Banks defeats Byhalia in baseball
Red Banks baseball team defeated Byhalia 12-7 Sunday afternoon. Home runs were made by John L. Rhea and Wallace Briscoe.


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