January 24, 2008
Marshall County Humane Society News
New ordinance in effect, see veterinarian for shots
The new ordinance in Holly Springs requiring all dogs to be licensed is now in effect. To obtain a license you must present proof that your dog has been vaccinated for rabies, so, of course, lots of people have been calling the Humane Society’s low-cost Spay/Neuter Clinic.
In answer to your questions, we do give rabies shots for $10 each but only when we do a spay or neuter procedure. We do not do shots only. And we are booked up so far into the future that you really should not wait. Since rabies vaccinations must be given by a licensed veterinarian, please call your full service veterinarian.
A good relationship with your full-service veterinarian is a valuable asset for any pet owner. If you don’t already have a vet, now is the time to find one and let him/her get to know you and your animals. It’s a lot easier when you have an emergency if they are already familiar with your four-leggeds
The Spay/Neuter Clinic will be closed this week and February 6. Dr. Johnson will be out in the world of conferences, honing her skills and sharing experiences with other vets.
The next time you drive by the clinic you may notice the tape all over the big window. Cracks appeared all over it the same day the big storm came through. We’ve been told the supervisors are going to board it up rather than replace it; maybe we can do something artistic.
For an appointment at the Humane Society sponsored, low-cost Spay/Neuter Clinic call 662-252-6196. For information on adoptions, fostering or anything 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 - January 15, 1998
“Grouchy Jim’s Last Hurrah” and auction (advertisement)
To our friends and customers of the past 17 years: you are invited to the close-out of Grouchy Jim’s in Holly Springs. Our long-time friends at A&B Distributing Co. will participate. All collectible signage, lights, clocks, etc., will be offered at auction, along with the pool tables, dart machines, trivia game, juke box, musical instruments and amplifiers. Food and beverage will be served as usual. No cover charge. It’s been a good run, but now it must end. With grateful appreciation, Jim Waldron.
Peyton Manning wins scholar-athlete award
University of Tennessee quarterback Peyton Manning was among six winners of the Woody Hayes National Scholar-Athlete awards announced recently. Manning, second in the Heisman Trophy balloting this year, was among Division 1 men.
City board selects Mike Flynn as new superintendent
Mike Flynn, acting superintendent of the Holly Springs Separate School District, is assuming the position as active superintendent. He is the first white superintendent of the predominantly black district in over 15 years.
25 Years Ago - January 27, 1983
Gertrude Ray of Ashland will be displaying several pieces of her art work this month in the Marshall County Library in Holly Springs. She has been painting for seven years and is a retired school teacher from Ashland. Her instructor, Dorothy Suffing, also has several paintings on display at the Hitching Post Restaurant.
White stuff causes problems; could have been worse
The first big snow of the year caught many residents, not to mention the weather forecasters, off guard last week when Holly Springs and Marshall County were blanketed with about two inches of white powder. Wreckers, ambulances and law enforcement officials responded to many calls of accidents and stranded motorists. Utility crews were out all night Thursday, working to restore electricity to more than 1,000 homes in Holly Springs and Potts Camp.
Vadah Cochran to present paintings at Ole Miss Center
Vadah Cochran of Holly Springs will have an exhibit of his most recent paintings during February at the Center for the Study of Southern Folkfore at Ole Miss.
50 Years Ago - January 23, 1958
Soldier of the Week
Sgt. First Class David Dewayne Sorrell was chosen as this week’s Soldier of the Week. Wayne came to Holly in March, 1957 from Ripley, Tenn. He is employed as chief clerk at the local Federal Compress and Warehouse Co. He is married and has a son and a daughter. He and his wife are members of First Baptist Church in Holly Springs.
Chief operator receives 30 year pin
At a very unusual service in the lounge of the telephone company, Miss Ava P. Divine received a pin from J.H. Foster, district traffic manager, Tupelo, for 30 years service to the company. Eight of these years have been spent in the local office as chief operator. Miss Divine began her service with the telephone company in Vaiden. Also receiving pins were Mary Barnett, 15 years; and Annie Eula Tomlinson, 10 years.
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