Humane Society News
Adoption Center is main New Year’s resolution
The new year is right around the corner.
Traditionally, we take this time to review our lives and make resolutions
to do better. Since our pets are such integral parts of our lives they
should certainly be included in the resolutions, too.
Updating shots and getting your pets spayed
or neutered are always first considerations but teeth cleaning and obedience
classes are also important.
If you and your pet have gotten a little
less svelte than you should be, a daily walk would do you both good. Besides
the exercise, you also get the opportunity for quiet companionship and
time to enjoy the world outside your door unfiltered by a television.
Organizing records is always a good idea.
If you have multiple pets, keeping a notebook with a page on each animal
is helpful. You can see at a glance when shots are due and when the last
tooth cleaning was.
The Marshall County Humane Society’s
main resolution for the new year is to complete our Adoption Center and
get it up and running. If you’d like to help with labor or materials,
give us a call at 662-564-2900. A donation to the Marshall County Humane
Society, P.O. Box 625, Holly Springs, MS 38635 would be a meaningful way
to remember a loved pet or pet person.
The Humane Society hopes all of petdom
had a glorious holiday season and wishes you all the best of new year’s.
For an appointment at the Humane Society’s
Spay/Neuter Clinic call 662-252-6196. We’re open every Tuesday.
For information on adoptions, fostering
or information on the Humane Society, call 662-564-2900.
While you are shopping during the new year
be sure to drop by Second Time Around, the Humane Society’s thrift
store located as 126 W. Van Dorn in Holly Springs. They are open every
Friday from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. and every Saturday from 8 p.m. until 1
p.m. There is always new merchandise, the prices are really cheap and
all the proceeds go to help needy animals in our area.
from the Past
Years Ago - December 28, 1995
- Officials take oaths January 2; sheriff to name his deputies
- Sixteen elected county officials will take office after
they are sworn in at the Marshall County Courthouse on Tues., Jan. 2.
Kenny Dickerson will become the new sheriff of Marshall County. He will
announce his deputies Tuesday, who will also be sworn in.
- Aldermen sworn in
- City Judge Rook Moore conducted the swearing in ceremony
last Wednesday night for the two new members of the Holly Springs Board
of Aldermen. New Ward 1 Alderman Kelvin Buck and new Alderman -at-Large
Andre’ DeBerry took their oaths and conducted business in their
first board meeting. Buck replace Larry Anderson, who moved; and DeBerry
replaced Freddie Autry, who retired due to bad health.
- Gas prices rise
- Holiday travelers in Mississippi will find that gasoline
prices have risen in the last few days. Self-service regular un-leaded
is now $1.0444 per gallon.
Years Ago - December 25, 1980
- January forecast average
- The National Weather Service preducts that temperatures
will average near normal in Mississippi through mid-January, according
to the weather outlook distributed by the Mississippi Cooperative Extension
Service. The 30-day outlook indicates more rain than usual.
- Deer season
- Two deer: Hunting was good last Friday as Larry Mason downed an eight-point
buck and Ken Allen got a three-pointer, east of Lamar.
- 11 pointer: Randy Thompson got an 11 point deer with a 30-30 rifle
west of Waterford on the Jack Thompson place.
- First day: Twelve-year-old Randy Hunsucker bagged this eight-point,
200 pound deer the first day of hunting season on the Billy Palmer place
in Mt. Pleasant.
- Eight point: Joey Byard and Chris Byard both shot an eight-point
buck Sunday, on Hwy 4, with 30.06 rifles.
- Laws Hill deer: Russell Young bagged a six-point deer near Laws Hill
Monday morning hunting with a 12 guage shotgun with buck shot.
Years Ago - December 29, 1955
- Carole Coopwood hostess at open house
- Carole Coopwood entertained a group of her friends
with open house at their farm house in Atway Friday night. The house
was decorated with lovely Christmas designs. Miss Coopwood was escorted
by Lanier Robison Jr. Dressed in Bermuda shorts, the guests were Marjean
Jones and L.B. Slayden III, Kay McKenzie and Rodney Kight, Mr. and Mrs.
Hal Peel, Nancy Fant and Jimmy French, Jean Rose and Dudley Walker,
Janelle Crawley and Vernon Brown Jr., Judy Clayton and Lacy Martin,
Margaret Ann Seale and Jack Tyson, Sam Lowry, Robert Walker, Jim White,
Sonny McDermott, Price McDermott and Lone Rountree. Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Coopwood, parents of the hostess, chaperoned. Dancing was enjoyed by
- Idle Chatter by Holly Belle
- We’re winding down from all the excitment here
in dear old Holly Springs! That holiday spirit has everyone caught in
its magic spell and the enchantment is wonderful! Now, get out your
New Year’s resolutions and buckle down your will power, 1956 is
practically here! Happy New Year everyone!
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