August 27, 2009
“Sounds of Summer” in downtown Byhalia August 15 included a wide array of activities. Many talented singers participated in Bad Bob’s (Bob Pickard) Karaoke. The combo “Backsliders” (above, Rev. Jim Biedenharn, Jay Biedenharn, Bob Pickard, Meredith Koch) entertained the crowd with their style as much as their music. Koch also sang two specials to a standing ovation. The TRIBE (youth leadership group) of Byhalia Middle School helped by volunteering their community service time. Byhalia Sports Association provided refreshing shaved ice. The Byhalia Area Chamber of Commerce appreciates the support of everyone and the town of Byhalia employees for their assistance. Special thanks to event logo sponsors A&B Distributing, CenturyTel, Hughes Bros. Plumbing, Griffin Industries, Northcentral EPA, R&L Treasures, town of Byhalia and Trinity Missions Health & Rehab. Also, the Marshall County Republican Club sponsored a car show, which was won by Don Floyd (right). Below is Leamon Malone with his “H” tractor which he has been driving since he was 14 years old.
Marshall County Humane Society News
The Marshall County Humane Society sponsored, low-cost Spay/Neuter Clinic will be closed August 31 and September 21. If you had an appointment on either of those days and haven’t been rescheduled yet, please call 662-252-6196.
You will probably get the answering machine. Please leave your phone number! One person has left numerous messages but none included how to call him back. He’s getting steadily madder and madder and we can’t do a thing about it.
We don’t have regular hours. The number is answered by a volunteer who already has a busy life. I know you want someone to answer when you call but if you will leave your number we’ll call you back.
For information on adoptions, fostering or anything else about our Humane Society call 662-564-2900. Correspondence and donations should be sent to the Marshall County Humane Society, P.O. Box 625, Holly Springs, MS 38635.
Recipes from Martha Ruth Leonard
Cranberry Nut Relish
1 lb. cranberries
2-1/2 cups white sugar
whole cranberries. Mix with sugar and seal in heavy foil. Bake at 350
degrees for 1 hour. After baking, put in bowl; stir in remaining
ingredients. Put into jars and refrigerate. Makes 4 cups.
8-oz. pkg. refrig. biscuits
2 tbsps. butter, melted
package of biscuits; do not separate. Place horizontally in greased 5x7
inch loaf pan. Pour melted butter and seasonings mixture over biscuit
roll. Bake at 375 degrees for 25-30 minutes. Serves 6-8.
1 cup milk
8-oz. pkg. cream cheese softened
Blend milk and cream cheese. Add seasonings, half the Parmesan cheese, ham, onion, green pepper and celery. Pour over noodles. Stir well; sprinkle remaining Parmesan cheese over top. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Serves 4.
Pages from the Past
10 Years Ago - September 2, 1999
First blue ribbon
Nathan Morlock, 3 years old, won his first blue ribbon at a recent horse show. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris (Pryor) Morlock, grandson of Sonny and Marion Pryor and great-grandson of Olivia Pryor.
Griffith wins awards at 4-H competition
Chris Griffith, a member of the Horses Unlimited 4-H Club of Marshall County, recently qualified to advance to the regionals by winning the MS State Saddle and Gaited High Point Award at the 4-H championship in Jackson.
25 Years Ago - August 30, 1984
Construction begins on school building at Holly Springs High School
Bulldozers begin moving dirt Tuesday to clear the way for a $535,397 building on the high school campus and will add 11,194 square feet to the city school.
Ashland renames library for Gen. Robert Bond
The Ashland Public Library has been named the Gen. Robert M. Bond Memorial Library. A resolution was adopted honoring Gen. Bond, “a former native of Ashland, who died while in service to his country...Gen. Bond brought honor and prestige to his native county, where he learned to fly and where his beloved wife Betty was born and reared.”
50 Years Ago - August 6, 1959
Barnett elected governor; bond issue passes
With returns over the state completed at an early hour, because of the short ballot, it was learned before 10 p.m. Tuesday evening that Ross Barnett was elected governor of this state. Mr. Barnett was the early winner. The $550,000 industrial bond issue passed with an overwhelming majority. Sol Cox was the winner in the sheriff and tax collector countywide contest.
Holly High band leads parade at Legion convention
Arriving Sunday evening in Minneapolis, the Holly High Band was headquartered at the Curtis Hotel, where the Mississippi delegation was staying. They gave a concert in the lobby that same evening for hundreds of people. Monday morning, the parade began at 9 a.m. and the band was third in line, with Miss America, Mary Ann Mobley, following.
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