She’s a beauty!
Wait till you meet Blondie! She is a beauty and only weighs 30 pounds and loves everyone; a sweetheart who gets along with everyone. She will be a great addition to your family. Call the Marshall County Humane Society at 662-564-2900 for an appointment. See Petfinder.com for a complete list of our animals for adoption.
Pages from the Past
10 Years Ago - June 8, 2000
Local students graduate from Blue Mountain
Five local residents graduated from Blue Mountain College on May 8. Graduating were Emily Bien of Byhalia, Haven Rushing Clayton of Potts Camp, Tamara Bolt Hillmer of Waterford, Anna Teel of Red Banks and Bridget Martin Woods of Holly Springs.
Holly High nears completion
A vast amount of work has been completed and workers have begun on the detail work, including placing the school name on the bell tower of the new Holly Springs High School. The new high school will be ready when students return in August.
25 Years Ago - June 6, 1985
To appear in Memphis
Melanie Wells and the Thunder Rose Band will be appearing in Memphis for two weeks, beginning June 3, at Dad’s Place in the Ramada Inn on Brooks Road. Melanie is the daughter of Kay R. Wells of Holly Springs and Melvin H. (Hozy) Wells of Nesbit.
Thursday Club hears Mrs. William Moore
Mrs. Eugene Brown Sr. hosted the May 23 meeting of the Thursday Club at the Old Parsonage of the First United Methodist Church. Mrs. Moore’s program was on “The First Ladies Cookbook,” and various recipes from Rosalynn Carter, Julia Tyler, Martha Washington, Grace Coolidge, Patricia Nixon and Florence Harding were served, tea tasting style.
50 Years Ago - June 9, 1960
Food for thought -- for happy June brides! Advertisement -- Big Star Grocery Store
Sugar, 5 lbs., 19¢; bananas, 9¢ lb.; U.S. Grade “A”, Purnell’s Pride, 3-legged chicken tray pack, 39¢ lb.; sliced, streak-o-lean salt pork, 3 lb. pkg., $1; lettuce, 2 heads - 29¢.
Gladys Young elected
Gladys Young, Blue Mountain College junior, has been elected vice president of The Modeanian Society. Last year she was program chairman. Gladys is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Young of Waterford.
Miss Joe Ann Shearer accepts position at Blue Mountain
Miss Joe Ann Shearer of Byhalia, former instructor of chemistry and biology at Perkinston Junior College in Perkinston, has resigned to become instructor of biology at Blue Mountain College. She is the daughter of Mrs. I.B. Shearer and the late Mr. I.B. Shearer of Byhalia.
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