Thursday, November 30, 2006
Second Saturday has gifts for everyone
Here we are cleaning up after Thanksgiving so we can get ready for Christmas. Please think about Fido and, even though he’d love it, don’t feed him lots of leftovers. He probably doesn’t need the extra pounds and he’s likely to get a stomachache.
While you’re changing out your decorating themes keep an eye on Fido and Fluffy too. If they eat your tinsel you may wind up with a big vet bill for the operation it took to remove the intestinal obstruction.
If you still have gifts to buy, check out Second Saturday on December 9 at the VFW in Holly Springs. They’ll be open from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. and there will be all kinds of affordable potential presents.
The best present you can give your pet is an appointment to get spayed or neutered. The Marshall County Humane Society sponsors the low-cost Spay/Neuter Clinic to make it easier on your pocketbook.
The clinic is usually open every Wednesday but we’ll be closed on the 13th and 27th during December. If you need to make a date for your furry friend call 662-252-6196. For adoptions, fostering and everything but the Spay/Neuter Clinic call 662-564- 2900. Correspondence and donations should be sent to P.O. Box 625, Holly Springs, MS 38635.
Pages from the Past
10 Years Ago - November 28, 1996
Melvin Ford of Waterford celebrated his 101st birthday Nov. 14, 1986. Mr. Ford is a World War I veteran and a member of the VFW. He is a 32nd Degree Mason, a member of Waterford Masonic Lodge No. 450, the American Legion Post 250, the Holy Royal Lodge No. 11 and the Consistency of No. 83. Mr. Ford is a dedicated member of Greenfield Presbyterian Church, where he is a Ruling Elder and the oldest member. He is being cared for in his home by his niece, Earnestine Hamilton.
Head Start Center open
The Head Start team assisted Arvern Moore Friday in unveiling the Holly Springs Head Start Center sign during the dedication ceremony as the Center officially opened. Twelve modern classrooms set up with the latest in educational equipment will serve 200 children between the ages of three and five. The new Center, on West Valley Street, is the first permanent building in the state and possibly the region constructed expressly for Head Start.
25 Years Ago - November 26, 1981
First vanity plate
David Beckley received the first personalized tag in Marshall County last week. Tax Assessor-Collector Bobby Fant was on hand when Beckley mounted the tag, which says D L B, on his car. The Legislature authorized the tags for the first time this year.
Whereas, the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the City of Holly Springs are concerned with the number of traffic deaths in Marshall County; Whereas, Hwy. 78 is a main shipping artery connecting the Mid- South to the southeastern United States; Whereas, Hwy. 78 from Byhalia to Myrtle is two-laned and the busiest point on said highway with 7,890 vehicles per day; Whereas in 1981 there have been 20 fatalities on Hwy. 78; Whereas the two-lane sections are the most dangerous stretches of highway in north Mississippi; Be It Resolved that it is imperative for the safety of those who travel Hwy. 78 that it be fourlaned. Resolved, Nov. 17, 1981: Sam Coopwood Mayor, W.W. Newsom, City Clerk; Bert Bonds, Alderman- At-Large, Robert Collins, William Henley, Charlie Warren, David Strickland, Aldermen.
50 Years Ago - November 29, 1956
Henry Lacey has birthday party
Mrs. Moultrie Lacey entertained with a party on Saturday afternoon, complimenting her son Henry, on his ninth birthday. Guests were given favors of airplanes and miniature cigarette cases filled with candy cigarettes. Birthday cake was served to the guests before going to the movie. Guests included Jimmy Warren and his house guest Jerry Hardy, Len Marbury III, Mack Buchanan, David Seale, Carl Bush, Ricky Bush, George Rather Jr., Ken Rather, George Arnold, Ray Johnson and Peter Smith.
Sam Coopwood’s Clothing Sale
(Advertisement) Ladies new fall dresses, in the new fabrics and styles, $5.87 each, 2 for $11; ladies print housedresses, $1.99 and $2.77; first quality nylon hose, new fall shades - Red Fox - pair, 59¢; ladies cotton hose, fine for farm wear, 39¢; men’s and women’s handkerchiefs, solids and fancies, 5¢ (limit 5); men’s Army khaki pants, all sizes, zipper fly, $2.88; men’s heavy union suits, $1.79; white pillow cases, 33¢ each; lacy and plain nylon briefs, 97¢; ladies large size rayon panties, 39¢; parasols, fancy plaids, $1.00.
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