Marshall County Humane Society News
Great items added to auction fund-raiser
Please join us on Friday evening, August 6, from 5:30 to 9 p.m. at VFW for Dog Days Goes Country, a fund-raiser to benefit the many homeless and neglected animals of Marshall County.
During one recent day, on our phone line, we were asked to take 5l dogs from members of the community. The needs are endless and we only make a small dent in what is needed. We do operate a weekly, low cost, spay-neuter clinic. This is our best effort at reducing the stray dog and cat population. Since our program began in 1999, we have surgically altered more than 8,000 animals. This has all been done with the help of an all-volunteer staff and a low paid veterinarian. We take in a small number of animals at our shelter, but have limited space and limited volunteers to take care of them every day.
We need the support of the community, with the help of this fund-raiser, to keep our efforts going!
We have some really exciting items for our auction, such as a custom-made castle doghouse, antique Rosewood sewing rocker, hand-painted wine glasses, two nights in the Smokys, memorabilia from Morgan Freeman, plants, some great dinners for two, and some surprises we won’t mention.
Martha Ruth Leonard
* No. 1 can pineapple
2 pkgs. lemon gelatin
blueberries well. Combine blueberry juice and pineapple juice. Bring
juices to a boil. Add gelatin. Let cool thoroughly. Add blueberries and
mashed bananas. Add whipped cream and mold. Stir again when slightly
thickened. Black cherries may be substituted for blueberries and nuts
added, if desired.
1 large, firm head
slivered cabbage in salted water, tightly covered, for 5 minutes only.
Drain in colander. Butter sides and bottom of casserole. Put hot
cabbage in casserole. Add 2 tbsps. butter. Toss. Add sugar, vinegar and
sour cream. Toss well. Bake uncovered in 350 degree oven for about 20
minutes. Doesn’t even taste like cabbage!
German Chocolate Pound Cake
1 bar German sweet
2 tsps. butter flavoring
Partially melt chocolate over hot water. Remove and stir rapidly until melted. Cool. Cream sugar and shortening. Add eggs, flavoring and buttermilk. Mix well. Sift together flour, soda, salt; add to shortening mixture. Stir well. Blend in chocolate. Pour into greased and floured 9” tube pan. Bake in slow oven for about 1-1/2 hours. Remove from pan while still hot.
Pages from the Past
10 Years Ago - July 20, 2000
New home economist named for Marshall County Extension Service
After two years without a home economist, the Mississippi State Extension Service has hired Janet Jolley to fill the position. Jolley has served as the DeSoto County home economist for the past ten years. Formerly of Barton, she and her family plan to move back to Marshall County.
Kudzu Festival coming next week
The Kudzu Festival is coming to Holly Springs! The festival, sponsored by the Holly Springs Chamber of Commerce, will be held July 27-29. There will be a carnival, concerts by the Paul Rainey Band, a 5-K run, arts and crafts and a Memphis-in-May sanctioned barbecue cooking contest.
25 Years Ago - July 11, 1985
Books given to library
Mrs. John A. Robinson has given two volumes of “The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government” by Jefferson Davis, to the Marshall County Library in the name of the Edward Carey Walthall Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy. The volumes were given in honor of Mrs. L.L. Woods and Miss Mary Sue Burns. Another book, “Confederate Markers in Mississippi,” by Ralph Widener, was also presented by Mrs. Robinson and the UDC in honor of Mrs. Otto Clayton.
Lifeline system installed in hospital and 10 homes
Marshall County elderly and handicapped are among the fortunate few in Mississippi who have the availability of Lifeline, which became operational last week, thanks to the sponsorship of the Holly Springs Pilot Club.
50 Years Ago - July 21, 1960
Mississippi takes tree farm lead
The American Tree Farm System announced that Mississippi leads all states in the number of tree farms, with 2,389. Alabama is runner-up with 1,683, followed by Texas with 1,339, Minnesota with 1,147 and Louisiana with 1,052.
Help Cubans drive Castro out
In reply to the Khrushchev threat of Red missile retaliation for U.S. “aggression” in Cuba, and Khrushchev’s remark that the Monroe Doctrine is dead, the U.S. State Department has suggested sharply that he keep out of Latin America. Khrushchev’s minions are already in Cuba and we doubt this advice will cause him to withdraw them.
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