Thursday, December 6, 2012
Recipes from Martha Ruth Leonard
2 tbsps. butter
pinch of sage
butter in saucepan; blend in flour and salt. Stir in milk slowly. Cook
over medium heat; stirring constantly until thick. Refrigerate for at
least 2 hours. Add chicken, lemon and sage. Shape into croquettes. Beat
eggs and water together. Drip croquettes into egg mixture. Roll in
crumbs. Fry in hot oil until golden brown. Six servings.
8-oz. pkg. cream cheese
2 tbsps. chopped onion
Mix first 8 ingredients together in casserole dish. Put chopped pecans and butter on top of mixture. Bake at 350° for 20 minutes or until cheese bubbles. Serve with crackers or vegetables.
Pages from the Past
10 Years Ago - December 5, 2002
“Dr. Ben” to deliver final keynote address
Dr. Yosef A.A. ben-Jochannan, one of the most unrelenting advocates of the African origins of Nile Valley civilizations and the African origins of Western religions, will deliver the closing keynote address for the ninth National African American Student Leadership Conference Jan. 18 at Rust College.
Places in pageant
Flora Isom won fourth place in the Miss Krimson and Kream pageant held Nov. 17, given by the Kappa Beta Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity at the University of Memphis. She received a $100 scholarship and a trophy. She also received two plaques for public relations and a plaque for community service.
25 Years Ago - December 3, 1987
Johnson to escort queen
Tony Ray Johnson, a graduate of Holly Springs High School, was recently chosen as escort for the senior queen’s coronation at Jackson State University. A senior at Jackson State, majoring in speech pathology, he has won many awards and has been a licensed income tax preparer since he was 18.
Rust College officials held a groundbreaking ceremony for a $2.5 million business, computer science and social science center on Nov. 22. Among the participants were Dr. Jennie Ruth Calbert of Jackson, college trustee; Dr. W.A. McMillan, president; Rev. George Snyder of Rogers, Ark., a faithful supporter; John Davis, director of the physical plant; and Bobby Owens, purchasing agent.
50 Years Ago - December 6, 1962
Tommye Ann Stone elected Miss Northwest Junior College
Tommye Ann Stone of Potts Camp has been elected Miss Northwest Junior College by the student body. She is also “Typical Sophomore Girl.” Gale Goode, also of Potts Camp, was selected one of the six “Preferred Men on Campus.” He is also a member of the Ranger basketball squad.
Maurice’s Restaurant to open Saturday
Josephine Guido, manager, announces the opening of the recently redecorated coffee shop and the new dining room at Maurice’s Restaurant. Specialties of the house are steak and seafood.
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