November 19, 2009
K-9 school October graduates recognized
The K-9 Search One canine obedience course celebrated graduation day with exercises and skill contests held October 24 at the Holly Springs Fire Department.
Marleece Harrison and Gracie (a Weimaraner) of Lamar, took Top Dog honors with high scores on the Longest Sit, Quickest Recall, and the multiple-challenge Course of Doom.
Mike Wickel and Pepper (a blue heeler) of Byhalia, won first place in the Serpentine exercise, a maneuverability challenge. Gerry Tomlin and Sadie (an Australian shepherd) of Waterford, won honors for the Fast Sit; and Sara Brown and Jackson (a German shepherd) of Potts Camp, earned honorable mention for their close second-place finish in the Recall competition.
Three puppies less than one year old earned the special distinction of being among the first nationwide to be awarded certification in the American Kennel Club’s S.T.A.R. Puppy program: Marleece Harrison and Gracie, Andrea Hurdle and Luca (a Great Pyrenees) of Holly Springs, and Rita Warren and Ginger (a beagle mix) of Saulsbury.
The class will be offered to the public again in the spring.
Recipes from Martha Ruth Leonard
1/3 cup mayonnaise
1 cup shredded Swiss cheese
mayo, mustard and caraway seeds. Add beef, cheese and sauerkraut. Toss
to blend well. Unroll pizza dough onto a 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 edges. 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 5 minutes. Cut into 1-inch slices. Serve
warm. (Note: try large flour tortillas instead of pizza dough!)
Game Day Stew
2 lbs. stew meat, cubed
1 tsp. salt
meat with remainder of ingredients in a Dutch oven or an oven-proof
casserole. Cover tightly and bake at 275° for 5-7 hours. Serve over
rice or noodles, or with crackers. Serves 4-6.
Rolled Oats Refrigerator Cookies
1 cup margarine, melted
1 tsp. salt
Cream cooled margarine and sugars. Mix in eggs and vanilla. Sift salt, baking soda and flour and add to sugar mixture. Mix thoroughly. Mix in oats and raisins. Form dough into four or five logs and put each log in a freezer bag. Chill. At this point, logs can be frozen. When ready to use, slice logs and put on cookie sheets. Bake at 350° for 5-6 minutes. Dough can be kept in freezer for several weeks or in refrigerator if using right away. Makes three dozen.
Pages from the Past
10 Years Ago - November 25, 1999
Thanksgiving revisited: What can you do with all that leftover turkey? Freeze it!
2 cups prepared stuffing 2 cups prepared mashed potatoes
12-16 slices cooked turkey 12 ounces turkey gravy (jar works fine)
1/2 tsp. dried sage, 1/4 tsp. pepper 1 cup dried cranberries
Preheat oven to 450°. Center 1/2 cup stuffing, 1/2 cup mashed potatoes on a sheet of aluminum foil. Top with 1/4 of the turkey. Combine gravy and seasonings, spoon over turkey and top with cranberries. Seal everything and bake 15-18 minutes. Can be frozen for up to four weeks. It’ll sure taste good again then!
25 Years Ago - November 22, 1984
Charles Terry bagged a four-point buck in the Hudsonville area with a 30.06 on Monday morning. Hunters throughout the county took to their stands Saturday as the first day of deer season began.
Donna Lindsey killed an eight-point buck Saturday morning on Carter Cocke’s property off Hwy. 7. The buck had a spread of 15 and one-half inches.
Peabody ducks fly to Washington, D.C.
The world famous Peabody Hotel ducks flew via Delta Airlines to the nation’s capitol to make promotional appearances. They traveled in style, in White House limos.
50 Years Ago - November 19, 1959
Influenza epidemic ahead
Local occurrence of influenza in Mississippi will probably reach epidemic proportions in the months ahead, according to the State Board of Health. The state director says that while a recurrence of the general epidemic levels of Asian flu is not expected, both this strain of Type A influenza, as well as Type B influenza virus are both widely seeded in the state’s population.
Surprise birthday party for Miss Divine
While Miss Divine was working on the telephone switchboard Monday, the “telephone girls” surprised her with a birthday party. Miss Divine was treated to a decorated lounge and birthday cake. She was presented a fully automatic electric percolator.
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