K-9 School April graduates recognized
The K-9 Search One canine obedience course celebrated graduation day with exercises and skill contests held April 18 at the Holly Springs Fire Department.
Rita Stokes and K.C., of Byhalia, took Top Dog honors with high scores on the Speed Sit, Long Sit, and Musical Cones competitions, while Marleece Harrison and Pandora, of Lamar, finished first in the Quick Recall and multiple-challenge Course of Doom, and captured second-place wins in two other events.
Anna Miller and Rebel, of Red Banks, won first place in the serpentine exercise, a maneuverability challenge.
Three teams earned honorable mentions for their close second-place finishes: Pat Hannah and Taz of Byhalia, for the Course of Doom; Brittney House and Diezel, of Holly Springs, for Musical Cones; and Sally Scioneaux and Allie, of Byhalia, for the Long Sit exercise with distractions.
Special recognition went to Gerry Tomlin and Sadie, of Waterford, for “most-improved” dog, and to Bonnie Bynum and Charlie, visiting from Arkansas, for “fastest unplanned recall.”
The class will be offered to the public again in the fall.
Pages from the Past
10 Years Ago - May 27, 1999
Maria Teel, president of the Marshall Academy Anchor Club, was selected as Outstanding Anchor for 1998-99.
Teacher of the year
Earnestine Foster was named H.W. Byers Teacher of the Year for 1998-99. Penny Barry was named Parent of the Year and Paul Burch, Southside Texaco, was named Business of the year.
25 Years Ago - May 24, 1984
Saturday is Sam’s day -- Sam Coopwood Day in Holly Springs
Saturday is a special day to honor a special man. Mayor Sam Coopwood, in his 28th year as mayor of Holly Springs, will be recognized with a day of activity planned as a “thank you” for his dedication and service to the town he loves. Congressman Jamie Whitten will be featured guest at a luncheon in his honor. Much credit is due to W.O. (Bill) Fitch, who conceived the idea.
Park named for Sam
The recreation park in Holly Springs has been named “Sam Coopwood Park” in honor of the city’s mayor and two brick and iron gates have been erected to proclaim the park’s name. A dedication plaque will be presented Saturday during the tribute.
50 Years Ago - May 21, 1959
Christ Episcopal Church contributes toward nuclear reactor
Christ Episcopal Church is one of more than 7,000 churches contributing funds toward the Episcopalian church gift of a nuclear reactor for scientific and medical research at two hospitals in Toyko, Japan.
Dr. Herbert Phillips occupies new office
Dr. Herbert Phillips has moved into his new office, formerly occupied by The South Reporter. The exterior has been sandblasted and the brick are restored to their former beauty. The interior has been completely modernized with central heat and air conditiontioning.
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