Marshall County Humane Society News
Dog Days Goes Country
Marshall County Humane Society presents Dog Days Goes Country to benefit homeless animals of Marshall County.
Live and silent auction will be Friday, Aug. 6 at VFW, Holly Springs, 5:30 - 9 p.m. Awesome auction items include art, antiques, trips, tools, plants, services, dog and cat accessories and great door prizes.
Fabulous food will be catered by Michael Pratt.
Enjoy the sound of Donna Wolf’s fiddle/violin, a favorite of the Memphis area.
Wine tasting bar is provided by Glazer’s of MS.
Tickets are available at Byhalia Chamber.
Recipes from Martha Ruth Leonard
Laguna Beach Pecan Chicken
4 whole boneless, skinless chicken breasts
pepper to taste
oven to 400 degrees. Pound chicken breasts between 2 pieces of plastic
wrap to 1/4-inch thickness; sprinkle with pepper. Melt butter in small
saucepan over low heat. Remove pan from heat; whisk in 1/4 cup of the
mustard. (If using oil, whisk oil with 1/4 cup mustard in small bowl.)
Dip chicken into mustard mixture, then roll in ground pecans to coat.
Arrange chicken in a single layer in lightly greased baking pan. Bake
15 minutes or until golden and tender. Meanwhile, thoroughly combine
yogurt, olives, salad dressing mix and remaining 2 tbsps. mustard in
medium-sized saucepan. Remove chicken from pan. Stir pan drippings into
yogurt mixture; simmer over low heat 2 minutes. Place 2 tbsps. yogurt
sauce on each dinner plate; top with a chicken breast. Serve with
2 whole boneless, skinless chicken breasts
1/4 tsp. garlic salt
chicken with garlic salt. Melt butter in large skillet over medium
heat. Add chicken, cook five minutes. Turn chicken over, add green
onions and green pepper around edge of skillet. Cook five minutes more
or until chicken is tender. Place rice on serving platter. Remove
chicken and vegetables from skillet and arrange over rice; keep warm.
Add 1 cup picante sauce and the diced cheese loaf to skillet. Cook and
stir until cheese is melted and sauce is hot. Pour cheese sauce over
chicken and vegetables. Garnish as desired. Serve with additional
Dipper’s Nuggets Chicken
2 whole, boneless skinless chicken breasts
Cut chicken into 1-inch pieces. Heat 3 inches oil in large, heavy saucepan over medium-high heat until oil reaches 375 degrees. Adjust heat to maintain temperature. Meanwhile, beat egg and water in large bowl until well mixed. Add flour, sesame seeds and salt, stirring to form smooth batter. Dip chicken pieces into batter, draining off excess. Fry chicken, a few pieces at a time, in hot oil, about four minutes, or until golden brown. Drain on paper towels. Serve with your favorite dipping sauces; garnish with red onion rings.
Pages from the Past
10 Years Ago - June 29, 2000
Lt. Col. William McKinley Hollowell, professor of military science, Lincoln University, has been named to the Lexington Who’s Who Registry. Hollowell, a native of Marshall County, attended St. Mary’s School and graduated from the University of Mississippi. He once served as a Holly Springs police officer and volunteer fireman (1973-1980).
June 25, the board of trustees and staff of the Marshall County Library honored Miss May Alice Booker with a retirement reception, honoring her 30 years of service. The board presented Miss May Alice with a lovely broach and Mrs. W. Beatrice Walton also presented her with a lovely red, silk rose.
25 Years Ago - July 4, 1985
NW scholarship recipients
Coach Johnny Hill recognized three Marshall Academy Patriot football players recently, who have received scholarships to Northwest Jr. College, where they will play football. Tim Bailey received a full academic scholarship; Carl Pipkin and Eric Shaw received leadership scholarships. The three will enter NW this fall.
Locals play in St. Jude pro-am golf
Hal Sutton, Andy Bean, Al Geiberger, Tubby Gresham? Rick DeBardeleben? That’s right! Two of Holly Springs’ own golfers were among the world famous players teeing it up at Colonial Country Club June 26. Donnie Miller of Holly Springs caddied for DeBardeleben; Steve Gresham caddied for his father.
50 Years Ago - July 7, 1960
Ultra modern equipment for sheriff’s office
Marshall County Sheriff Sol Cox can now boast of some of the most modern equipment in the nation. Recently installed and presently operating is a two-way communication system (radio) now being used by Sheriff Cox and his two deputies. Sheriff Cox is fast becoming one of the state’s outstanding law enforcement officers.
Lt. Gov. and Mrs. Paul Johnson honored
Dr. and Mrs. Sam McClatchy entertained their cousins, Lt. Gov. and Mrs. Paul Johnson of Hattiesburg with a dinner party at the new restaurant “The Hitching Post.” Owned by Mr. and Mrs. Roger Woods and operated by Jessie Rowan, the new restaurant is a popular place. The McClatchys entertained in the private dining room.
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