Thursday, January 18, 2007
Marshall County Humane Society News
Society has various rescued pets
Usually the animals the Marshall County Humane Society rescues are nondescript mixed breeds that have been a b u s e d and/or abandoned, but the Humane Society has recently gotten several reports about animals that, at some point, were well-cared-for pets. The group includes a poodle, a terrier, a pug and a declawed cat. These animals were all well-fed and in great shape but none of them were wearing identification collars.
If you think one of these animals could be yours, call 662-564- 2900 and be sure to leave a message. We have several folks monitoring the messages and if you can identify any of these foundlings we would be happy to reunite you.
Why all these obviously loved pets should be found wandering loose is a real mystery but it may have something to do with all the animals who have been coming into heat lately.
Pets and people are very alike in many ways but people have “the pill” and know how to “just say no.” When pets come into heat they are helpless to resist the urge to mate. Males will leave the best of homes to follow the scent of a female in heat and a female will escape to meet her man. Chasing the ladies is the main reason male dogs get into fights and get hit by cars. Your pet can’t resist answering the call of nature but you can help. Get your pets spayed or neutered. Call 662-252-6196 for an appointment at the Humane Society sponsored, low cost Spay/Neuter Clinic.
For information on adoptions, fostering or anything but the Spay/Neuter Clinic, call 665-564- 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 - January 18, 1997
The white, fluffy stuff took Marshall by surprise Friday morning when it began floating down and accumulating around 9 a.m. The snow quickly covered already freezing highways and produced hazardous driving on highways, streets and roads, throughout the county.
Ed Rather named a Paul Harris Fellow by Rotary Club
The Holly Springs Rotary Club honored Ed Rather last week by naming him a Paul Harris Fellow. Rather has been an active member of the club, especially dedicated to the club’s participation in the Adopt- A-Highway project. Rotary Club president Fred Carlisle presented a plaque to Rather signifying the honor.
Welcome to Holly Springs
A reception was held for Mrs. Alfreda Duster Ferrell on Dec. 28 to welcome the granddaughter of Ida B. Wells, to Holly Springs on a visit. Mayor Eddie Smith presented her with a key to the City.
25 Years Ago - January 21, 1982
Ice catches county residents by surprise
The weather played an important factor once again this week in north Mississippi and continued to shock many Marshall Countains. Ice and sleet crept up on local residents, travelers and law enforcement officials. Traffic accidents covered the county early Monday morning. Marshall County Sheriff Osborne Bell said that more than 50 accidents were reported Monday morning.
Hurdle children to host 40th wedding anniversary of “Tootsie” and “Tump”
On Jan. 24, 1943, Eula Mae Valentine and Leslie Bryon Hurdle were joined in holy matrimony by Rev. Edward L. Byrd at First Baptist Church parsonage in Holly Springs. To honor Tootsie and Tump on their 40th wedding anniversary, their children will host a reception on Jan. 24 at the Hurdle home.
Four Marshall Academy students were recognized last week in the Denny Brewer Memorial Classic last week in Senatobia. They were Dwana Briscoe, senior; Mike Lyles, senior; Norman Britcliffe, senior and Hank Thomas, senior. They received trophies for their performances in the basketball tournament.
50 Years Ago - January 17, 1957
Cousins celebrate 10th birthday
Katherine Nunnally Dean and Len Marbury III celebrated their tenth birthday together with a party Friday night at the Episcopal Parish House, which was lovely, decorated with huge colored balloons. Dancing and games were enjoyed by the many guests.
Andy Buchanan’s fourth celebrated with party
Andy Buchanan celebrated his fourth birthday on Thursday with a party at his home. Games were played and the guests enjoyed favors which furnished much entertainment. His mother, Mrs. J.B. Buchanan, assisted by his grandmothers, Mrs. C.C. Moore and Mrs. George Buchanan Sr., served ice cream and birthday cake. Guests included Sammy McClatchy, Minor Buchanan, Jim Rather, Lisa Lowry, Jean Moore, Mike Moore, Jim Buchanan, Frank Hopkins III and Dick Vizier.
Birthday party honors Beth Green
Mrs. Alston Green entertained with a party honoring her daughter Beth on her fifth birthday. Ice cream and birthday cake were served to Barbara Barnett, Paula Curl, Belinda Curl, Martha Hurdle, Judy Newsom, Emmy Golden and Jean Moore.
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