Thursday, July 18, 2013
Animal healthcare funds
The Marshall County Humane Society wishes to announce the formation of the Perkins-Permenter Animal Healthcare Fund.
This fund is to help with the medical care of dogs, horses and cats taken in by the Marshall County Humane Society.
Most animals, when taken in, are in need of extensive medical care and far exceed the monthly income to our shelter. This fund is named to honor Muriel Perkins, whose endowment allowed the group to purchase three acres on Eddie L Smith Drive, where the shelter is now located.
Kate Permenter, for years, gave time, money and care to assist many animals in need in Marshall County. So this fund has been set up in their honor, and will help fund the medical needs of the many abandoned animals taken in by the group.
A generous gift to this fund has been made by Willow Bend Animal Clinic. If you wish to contribute, you may mail donations to MCHS, P.O. Box 625, Holly Springs, MS 38635, or use the Paypal.com account by entering the email Dogsncats11@gmail.com.
Please call if you need more information at 662-564-2900. The Humane Society is very appreciative of any contributions received and thanks all those volunteers who have helped at the shelter.
Please let them know if you are interested in volunteering an hour a month or a few hours per week. There are needs in many areas.
Recipes from Martha Ruth Leonard
1/3 cup mayonnaise
1 cup shredded Swiss cheese
Combine mayonnaise, mustard and caraway seeds. Add beef, cheese and sauerkraut. Toss to blend well. Unroll pizza dough onto large, ungreased cookie sheet. Gently stretch to 14x12 inches. Cut dough in half lengthwise. Spoon half of filling on each piece and spread to 1 inch of edge. From long side, roll jelly-roll style. Crimp edges to seal. Arrange rolls, seam down, 3 inches apart on cookie sheet. Bake at 425° for 10 minutes or until golden brown. Let stand for 5 minutes. Cut into 1-inch slices. Serve warm.
• You can substitute large flour tortillas for the pizza dough.
Broccoli and Grape Salad
4 green onions, chopped
3-4 cups green or red
Mix together onions, mayonnaise, vinegar and sugar. Pour over broccoli and grapes. Chill. When serving, sprinkle with bacon and almonds or sunflower seeds.
Pages from the Past
10 Years Ago - July 17, 2003
Maholm signs contract with Pirates (by Claude Vinson)
Paul Maholm, local boy who’s really made good, officially became a Pittsburgh Pirate last week when he completed negotiations and inked a lucrative contract with the National League club. The son of Gary and Linda Maholm, Paul pitched for the Mississippi State Bulldogs last season.
Carmen Mills featured in “Memphis Women”
Carmen Mills, daughter of Stanley and Tina Mills of Byhalia, was recently named by “Memphis Women” magazine as one of Memphis’ “50 Women Who Make A Difference.” Carmen, 24, is a 1996 graduate of Byhalia High School and was valedictorian of her class.
25 Years Ago - July 21, 1988
Jeff Shackelford, 15, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Shackleford of Red Banks, attended the pole vault/high jump camp at Arkansas State University June 26-30. The camp was coached by Guy Kochel, track coach at ASU. Kochel coached Earl Bell, 1984 Olympic bronze medal winner and 28 NCAA All-Americans. Jeff is a student at Marshall Academy. His best jump is 9 ft., 1.5 inches.
Mrs. Ivy selected to Who’s Who in American Nursing
Mrs. Darsie Gadd Ivy, RN at the Marshall County Hospital, has been selected to the Who’s Who in American Nursing. Mrs. Ivy was also promoted to nursing director at the hospital this week.
50 Years Ago - July 18, 1963
Bill Moore wins scholarship
Cooper Adams, president of Gem Inc., has announced that Bill Moore is the winner of their first annual $1,200 college scholarship. Bill is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore of Byhalia, where Mrs. Moore is employed in Gem’s office.
Maclin’s Back to School Sale (advertisement)
Girl’s blouses, 69¢; ladies cotton blouses, $1.00; ladies slim jims (slacks) $1.00 and $1.99; boys Ivy League pants, $1.99; sport shirts, 65¢, knit shirts, 65¢; blue jeans, $1.00 to $1.69; white handkerchiefs, 2 for 15¢; children’s thongs (flip flops) 19¢, men and women’s, 25¢; saddle oxford, $1.99; boys and girls tennis oxfords, 65¢.
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