Thursday, December 6, 2007
It’s that time of year again, the wonderful holiday season is on everyone’s mind. Come to the Marshall County Historical Museum and see all the marvelous gift ideas we have for you.
You will find many interesting books published by our very own Marshall County authors. The most recent production is the last of the “Windows Series” written by Lois Swanee.
This is the story of the history of Marshall County starting with the pictorial of the homes of Holly Springs through the history of Holly Springs to the history of Marshall County – all over.
The Indians left us many relics galore, and you will see Christmas decorations abounding and don’t forget about cotton bales and cotton jewelry.
We even have a DVD about a Civil War Veterans 1913 reunion. There are lots of toys for good little girls and boys. Someone would love to receive local post cards and stationery. You can perk up your taste buds with homemade jams and jellies and kudzu candles can light your way down the hall. Goat milk soap comes in different scents and is a great gift item for people who have everything.
Be sure to listen to your radio at WKRA at 1110 AM on your dial at 2 p.m. each Thursday and hear “Swanee’s Mississippi Good News Happy Hour.” This week the Rev. Bruce McMillan will give us a Christmas story. Poet Alice Long has written an original Holly Springs poem about Christmases past in Holly Springs. Potts Camp musician Mitch Stone will delight us with his great talent. Swanee also gives her rendition of the weather, also health tips and easy recipes and always a history story that happened here. Tune in; you’ll be glad you did.
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