Thursday, March 8, 2007
Marshall County Humane Society News
Farmers’ and flea market set for Saturday at VFW
All the sunshine and warmth makes a body want to get outside. Hopefully it will hold for Second Saturday, the Marshall County Humane Society sponsored farmers’ and flea market, at the VFW in Holly Springs this weekend. They’ll be open Saturday from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. with lots of bargains on all kinds of just-what-you-were-after items. Call Lynn Pullen at 901-262-7120 if you’d like a vendor’s booth either inside or out.
The springtime weather is good for more than gardening. If you have female pets that haven’t been fixed you may find yourself with baby pets in practically no time. (It takes 63 days from conception for cats and dogs.)
People often ask us about when to give shots to kittens and puppies. The answer is every three weeks beginning at six weeks for puppies with the parvo/distemper combination and seven weeks for kittens for feline leukemia and an upper respiratory combination until they are four months old. This schedule is aimed at catching the little one at the time when the mother’s immunities with which it was born have dissipated to the point where the shot will be effective and stimulate the baby to produce its own. (As long as the mother’s immunities are present they will interfere with the inoculation and keep it from doing its work.)
If you’d like to avoid puppy and kitten shots the Humane Society sponsored, low-cost Spay/Neuter Clinic is open every Wednesday. Call 662-252-6196 for your appointment.
For information on adoptions, fostering and everything but 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 - March 6, 1997
Math and science tournament
Marshall Academy students participating in the 23rd annual Mississippi Science and Mathematics Tournament held at Mississippi College were Sarah Old, Jessica Dickerson, Catherine Owen, Mike Eason, Megan Teel, Bubba Eubanks, Brnd Hunsucker, Bea McCrosky and Ellen Shackelford. Approximately 2,000 students representing over 200 high schools participated.
Candidates slow to line up for municipal races
A month before the qualifying deadline to run in city elections, candidates are not racing to sign up. In Holly Springs only four have qualified. Eddie Lee Smith Jr. is seeking a third term of office and so far, there are no challengers for the city’s top post.
War book donated to Marshall County Library
“Valor Remembered” is a 250-page paperback including the most accurate list of 20th century Mississippi war dead available.
25 Years Ago - March 11, 1982
Rodney Whaley named manager of Potts Camp Bank
S.B. Gresham, president of the Bank of Holly Springs, announced that Rodney L. Whaley will join the bank as manager of the Potts Camp Bank. Mr. Whaley is a lifelong resident of Potts Camp and a graduate of Potts Camp High School. He attended Northwest Junior College and is a graduate of the University of Mississippi.
A group of Marshall Countians has taken on the monumental task of indexing all of the cemeteries in Marshall County. Bobby Joe Mitchell says the indexing will be a great help for people tracing their ancestry.
Six men from the Marshall Baptist Association left Memphis last week for eight days as members of a 24-man disaster relief team from the Mississippi Baptist Brotherhood. Among those going were Paul Hurdle, Lee Castle, Mark Hunsucker, Carl Sanders, Winfred Allen and Wilber Godsey Jr. The group is scheduled for clean-up work after the numerous mud slides in California.
50 Years Ago - March 14, 1957
Candidates must qualify with Graham Miller
All persons desiring to become candidates for nomination for municipal offices in the first primary election in the City of Holly Springs, to be held in May, must qualify with Graham Miller, secretary of the Municipal Democratic Executive Committee at least 30 days before the election.
Mr. and Mrs. Egbert Jones honored with parties
Mr. and Mrs. Egbert Jones of Sere, Calif., left Tuesday to return to their home. Mrs. Howard Jones accompanied them. Mrs. James Driver entertained Friday night with two tables of bridge complimenting Mr. and Mrs. Egbert Jones of Sere, Calif. Guests were Mrs. Howard Jones, Dr. and Mrs. Edward Warren and Mr. and Mrs. John Craft. Mr. and Mrs. Egbert Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Blanton Jones entertained in the Egbert Jones home with three tables of bridge Saturday night honoring Mr. and Mrs. Egbert Jones of Sere, Calif. Guests were Mrs. Howard Jones, Walker Jones, Dr. and Mrs. Edward Warren, Mrs. Maxine Elgin and C.C. Stephenson.
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