October 29, 2009
I’m Juno and I'm a little shy but really sweet and just waiting for someone to take me home, so I can be your devoted and loving pet. I keep wondering why no one has picked me yet. Please call and set up a time to come out and meet me. I’m a small shepherd mix and I want a home sooo much. Call the Marshall County Humane Society at 662-564-2900 for appointment. See Petfinder.com for a complete list of our animals for adoption.
Recipes from Martha Ruth Leonard
Tahitian Skillet Shrimp
1 cup celery, sliced diagonally
1 green pepper, cut in chunks
celery and green pepper in oil. Add shrimp, pineapple and onions to
skillet. Combine the pineapple syrup with soy sauce, cornstarch, garlic
salt and ginger. Stir this into the hot shrimp mixture and cook until
it thickens. Add tomatoes and serve at once, over hot rice. 4-6
Orange Marmalade Bread
3 cups flour
1 tbsp. baking powder
flour, baking powder, salt and sugar into a large bowl. Add walnuts and
orange rind, stirring to coat evenly. In another bowl, beat orange
marmalade, eggs, orange juice (or milk) and melted butter until
blended. Add to dry ingredients and mix until thoroughly moistened.
Pour batter into a well greased 9x5x3 loaf pan. Bake in 350 degree oven
for 1 hour or until bread tests done. Cool on a rack for 10 minutes
before removing from pan. Cool completely before slicing. Serve with
cream cheese whipped with 2 tbsps. orange marmalade. Yields 1 loaf.
Pie crust mix
10 bacon slices
Mix pie crust according to directions or use a prepared one to fit a 9” pie pan. Bake 12-15 minutes in a 475 degree oven. Fry bacon crisp, drain and crumble. Fry onions in bacon fat until tender. Cool. Beat eggs slightly, then stir in sour cream, sherry and seasonings. Add bacon and onions, and pour mixture into pie shell. Bake in 350 degree oven for 30 minutes. (The filling and shell may be prepared early in the day, combined and baked at the last minute.) 6-8 servings. Excellent with roast.
Pages from the Past
10 Years Ago - November 3, 1999
Dr. Williams and associates take over hospital management
Dr. Williams and his associates took over management of the Marshall County Medical Center Monday morning without fanfare, with business as usual. With the new leadership comes a new name, Alliance HealthCare System.
Historic bell returned to tower in restored Yellow Fever Church
The bell which once tolled the deaths of hundreds who died in the Yellow Fever Epidemic has been returned to the beautiful old church on College Street, by the members of St. Joseph Catholic Church. The bell has been in the courtyard near the entrance to St. Joseph’s since the 1970s. The church, known today as the Church of the Yellow Fever Martyrs, was built in 1841 as Christ Episcopal Church. The renovation is expected to be completed in the spring of 2000.
25 Years Ago - November 1, 1984
First United Methodist Church members broke ground Sunday for the construction of an elevator, which will make the second floor sanctuary more accessible. Rev. Robert Alexander conducted a beautiful ceremony at the site, immediately after the morning worship service.
Mayor cuts ribbon
Mayor Sam Coopwood cut the ribbon for the new electronic switching system which went into operation for “252” numbers last week. The computerized system is faster and easier and introduces new features such as call waiting, call forwarding, three-way calling and local measured services.
50 Years Ago - October 29, 1959
No coonskins for modern Boones
Singer Pat Boone’s daughters donned Jr. Fire Marshall hats recently, instead of the famed coonskins of their great-great-great-great-great-grandfather “Dan’l” Boone. Four million boys and girls will campaign against fire hazards during a year-long educational program. Pat has been seen recently in Highlander garb, from his new 20th Century Fox movie “Journey to the Center of the Earth.”
Mark French honored by students
Mark French, son of Mr. and Mrs. William French of Byhalia, has been elected freshman representative to the student board at David Lipscomb College in Nashville, Tenn.
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