March 22, 2012
MC Humane Society receives car tag grant
The Marshall County Humane Society (MCHS) has been awarded a $3,000 “I Care for Animals” car tag grant to go towards their low-cost spay/neuter program.
The MCHS has been active since 1998. The organization’s mission encompasses the provision of spay/neuter services, humane education, animal rescue and rehabilitation, aid to local law enforcement and disaster relief.
Anyone interested in adopting an animal, donating or volunteering should call 662-564-2900. Donations may be mailed to MCHS, P.O. Box 625, Holly Springs, MS 38635.
The “I Care for Animals” Car Tag Program offers an opportunity for Mississipp-ians to purchase a specialty license plate. The proceeds from these purchases go into a state animal care fund which is distributed to animal shelters and humane organizations which make application and meet the criteria for award.
This program is in its eighth year of assisting animal shelters primarily with spay/neuter programs, and also with general projects which benefit homeless animals. To date the program has awarded funds to over 50 organizations.
The “I Care for Animals” Car Tag Program is administered by the MS Board of Animal Health. An advisory panel comprised of knowledgeable volunteers from various animal shelters located throughout the state assists State Veterinarian Dr. Jim Watson and the Board of Animal Health in selecting qualified applicants.
Cities, counties and nonprofit animal organizations which are interested in applying for “I Care for Animals” grant money should contact Beth Adcock at 769-798-3137 or email@example.com for more information.
Martha Ruth Leonard
4 slices white bread,
4 slices turkey breast
cheese in white sauce and season well with salt, pepper and hot sauce.
Arrange toast slices on baking sheet, cover with a slice of ham,
asparagus spears then a slice of turkey. Pour cheese sauce over each
toast slice and run under broiler until bubbly and beginning to brown.
Toasted Butter Pecan Cake
2 cups chopped pecans
1-3/4 cups butter
pecans in 1/4 cup butter until brown. Sift flour with baking powder and
salt (reserving about 2 tbsps. to dredge pecans with). Cream 1 cup
butter and add sugar and eggs. Cream well. Add dry ingredients
alternately with milk, beginning and ending with dry ingredients. Stir
in vanilla and pecans. Cook in 3 9” round layer pans, well greased.
Bake at 350° for 25-30 minutes.
Butter Cream Frosting:
1 cup sugar
1/4 cup water
Combine sugar, water, cream of tartar and salt in saucepan. Bring to a boil and cook until softball stage. Beat egg whites until stiff and slowly add cooked syrup. Beat until stiff peaks form. When cool add very soft butter, folding it in. Add vanilla and frost the cake.
Pages from the Past
10 Years Ago - March 21, 2002
Maholm earns baseball honors
Holly Springs baseball player Paul Maholm, the big left-hander starring for the Mississippi State Bulldogs, was recently named by Baseball America as one of three Germantown, Tenn., High School alumni who represented the Ten Best High School Baseball programs. Maholm began his illustrious career in the Holly Springs Recreation Department’s Babe Ruth league under the tutelage of coach James Boone and director of recreation, Claude Vinson.
Musgrove visits next Monday for ground breaking
Gov. Ronnie Musgrove is scheduled to be in Holly Springs March 25 for a luncheon and ground breaking ceremony for the North Holly Springs Industrial Access Road. The ceremony will be held on Hwy. 4 East, immediately past the Alliance HealthCare System facility.
25 Years Ago - March 19, 1987
Highways in county’s future
Northern District Highway Commissioner Zack Stewart said that the highway department will be putting the new four-lane highways under contract as soon as right-of-way can be obtained. The final section not under contract is a 22-mile stretch from Holly Springs to Myrtle. Right-of-way is being bought for that section. The section from the DeSoto County line to Red Banks will be open in June and the final link between Red Banks and Holly Springs will be open in October.
Dr. Onyedike is winning teacher
Dr. Emmanuel Onyedike, an assistant professor at Rust College, is one of 12 winners of the 1987 National Teaching Award for Excellence in the teaching of writing. He joined the Rust College faculty in 1986.
50 Years Ago - March 22, 1962
Auto’s must be inspected
Time is drawing close to the end of the 1962 inspection period under the Mississippi Motor Vehicle Inspection Law. Drivers have only until the end of this month to have their vehicles inspected at one of the over 1,000 officially approved inspection stations in our state. The inspection fee remains the same at $1.25.
The Thursday Club met at the home of Mrs. Edgar Francisco on March 8. After the reading of the minutes, the meeting was turned over to Mrs. Fred Belk, for her program “Extra Sensory Perception.” She brought out the fact that ESP, as it is often called, is an established force, recognized by science, something operating in man that transcends the laws of nature.
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