Thursday, September 7, 2006
Marshall County Humane Society News
Farmers and Flea Market set for Saturday
The Marshall County Humane Society’s Farmers and Flea Market last month was such a hit that we’re doing it again this month on Saturday, September 9, during the Hummingbird Festival. If you’re interested in having a booth either inside or outside call Lynn Pullen at 901-490-8553. Otherwise, join us shoppers between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. at the VFW in Holly Springs.
Last time, I got a 1-1/2” thick hardwood bread board almost as big as the top of my washing machine for fifty cents. After a find like that I have to go again, especially since the birdhouse people promised they’d be back and would have more butterfly houses.
If you would like to participate in our Humane Society, our next regular meeting will be Tuesday, September 19, at 6 p.m. at the public library in Holly Springs.
Sherry Janssen, our president, says you can participate without coming to the meeting if you’ll just help her clean up at the Adoption Center. (She’s getting a little desperate.) Call her at 662-252-5516 and let her know when you’re available.
Our sixth annual Spaghetti Supper is coming up September 26. Tickets will be available from members and at the Rental Barn in Holly Springs soon.
Coming up on our 7th anniversary, the Spay/Neuter Clinic is busier than ever. If your animal needs an appointment it’s good thinking to call 662-252-6196 well ahead of time. We’re open every Wednesday. Prices for dogs begin at $40 for a female and $35 for a male 25 pounds or less and increase by weight. Cats are $30 for a female and $25 for a male.
For information on adoptions, fostering and anything except the Spay/Neuter Clinic, call 662-564- 2900. Correspondence and donations should be sent to the Marshall County Humane Society, P.O. Box 625, Holly Springs, MS 38635.
Pages from the Past
10 Years Ago - September 5, 1996
Fred M. Belk Jr. of Holly Springs has been appointed by the Mississippi Supreme Court to serve as a special judge in the Eighteenth Chancery District. Belk will handle cases and hold court while Chancellor Anthony T. Farese takes a two-month medical leave of absence. Belk has been a practicing attorney since 1963 and has served as Marshall County prosecutor since 1976.
Briarcrest News -- Leon Rountree provides residents with favorite treat
Leon Rountree brought watermelon recently for all the residents. This is always a favorite with everyone and appreciated so much!
Marshall County featured in “Lost Mississippi Mansions”
“Lost Mississippi Mansions” a book by Dr. Mary Carol Miller of Tupelo, will be on sale in early September. There is a chapter on Holly Springs and Marshall County featuring several houses no longer standing. There will be a copy in the Marshall County Library.
25 Years Ago - September 3, 1981
Holly Springs policeman Eddie Fioretti recently completed a training course in criminal investigation at the Mississippi Law Enforcement Training Academy in Jackson.
FCC orders phone changes
If pending legislation in Congress passes there will be a lot of good news for the telephone using public after March 1, 1982. Customers will be able to buy or lease their home telephone equipment from an unregulated company or other manufacturer or supplier at competitive rates. Customers will also be able to buy long distance service from the telephone company or some other company. The changes will also enable the Bell System to offer high-technology computer-based communications. Home terminals could be used to shop by phone, bank by phone, “talk” to other computers by phone and many other possibilities.
50 Years Ago - September 6, 1956
Driver’s training added at Holly High
A course in driver’s training is being taught in the Holly Springs High School this year. Joe Williams is the instructor. Driver’s training in the schools makes one of the largest contributions to safety of any problem being carried out.
Buffet honors Callicutt brothers
Edwin and Wayburn Callicutt were honored with a buffet dinner party given by their parents. Rose colored zinnias decorated the living room. The dining table, covered with a linen cutwork cloth, was centered with an arrangement of pink roses and white petunias with pink candles in silver candelabra. Fruit cocktail was served in the living room. The dinner menu was comprised of fried chicken, hot rolls, stuffed tomatoes, corn pudding, pickled onions, cucumber pickles, olives and strawberry shortcake.
Night bridge club meets at Richard French home
Mr. and Mrs. Richard French entertained the night bridge club Saturday. C.C. Stephenson won high score.
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