Thursday, October 4, 2012
Recipes from Martha Ruth Leonard
8 oz. cream cheese
1 tsp. vanilla
cream cheese. Dissolve lemon Jello in 1 cup boiling water. Add cream
cheese to Jello and blend well. Let cool. Drain pineapple and add to
Jello. Add sugar, vanilla and nuts (pecans or walnuts). Stir well, add
1 cup 7-Up. Mix well, refrigerate overnight.
8 oz. pkg. medium noodles
1/4 tsp. garlic salt
Cook noodles and drain. Rinse with cold water. Melt butter in skillet, add meat and cook until no red remains. Add salt, pepper, garlic salt and tomato sauce and simmer gently for five minutes. Remove from heat. Combine cottage cheese, sour cream onions and noodles. Alternate layers of noodles and meat mixture in a 2 qt. casserole. Top with grated cheese. Bake at 350° for 30 minutes or until brown on top. Serves 6-8.
Pages from the Past
10 Years Ago - October 3, 2002
Celebrations honors life of Hiram Revels
The city of Holly Springs, Mayor André DeBerry and members of Gamma Nu Boule of Sigma Pi Phi fraternity joined together Saturday to commemorate the life of Hirma Revels, the first African American elected to the U.S. Senate. Mayor DeBerry declared Sept. 27, Revels’ birthday, as Hiram Revels Day.
Industries may close; 125 jobs in jeopardy
Two industries in Marshall County could close their doors before the end of 2002. Gem, Inc. of Byhalia, one of the county’s oldest industries; and Coleman Engineering in Holly Springs, may shut down sometime by the end of the year. This could eliminate 125 county jobs.
25 Years Ago - October 1, 1987
Sand Flat school changes name to H.W. Byers
The official name-changing ceremonies of Sand Flat High School will be held in the school gym Sat., Nov. 18. The school’s name is being changed to H.W. Byers High School in honor of the principal, H.W. Byers, for his 30 years of dedicated service to the school.
Highway 78 from Red Banks due to open in October
The 3.56 miles section of Hwy. 78 from Red Banks to the Holly Springs bypass is 95 percent complete and will open for traffic in October. This stretch will complete the four-lane highway from Memphis, Tenn., to Holly Springs.
50 Years Ago - October 4, 1962
Mississippi in crisis
The highest degree of heat and tension prevails in Mississippi and is spreading like a flaming brush fire. In the darkness of night, the Federal authorities marched their marshals onto the University of Mississipi campus, dressed like medieval gladiators, brandishing tear gas guns, clubs and firearms. All of this is happening because Federal authority insisted on pressing for the registration of one individual at Ole Miss, James Meredith.
President ignores plea to prevent bloodshed
“Present bloodshed and present control of the whole area by troops and other armed forces are destroying this great University. The power to save lives is in the hands of the President. A holocaust is in the making. You are the only one who can stop it, Mr. President.” Signed, local Members of Congress. Federal powers have ignored the pleas...
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