Thursday, June 13, 2013
Recipes from Martha Ruth Leonard
2 cups flour
dry ingredients. Beat eggs with milk and melted butter. Stir quickly
into dry ingredients. Add applesauce last. Blend quickly. Do not beat
smooth. Bake at 400° for 20 minutes.
1 large onion, diced
1/2 tsp. baking powder
oven to 350°. Place onion and potatoes into food processor or blender.
Blend until fine mixture. Add eggs and blend well. Add flour and baking
powder, blend until smooth. Fold in pimento. Pour mixture into greased
8” pie pan. Cut margarine into squares and distribute evenly on top.
Bake in oven for 50 minutes. Remove from oven and slice into six
portions. Serve with sour cream.
What research says about headaches
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Pages from the Past
10 Years Ago - June 12, 2003
Local truck driver wins first place
Potts Camp resident Ricky Harris, a professional truck driver for Overnite Transportation, won first place in the tanker class at the Tennessee Truck Driving Competition held recently in Nashville, Tenn. To be eligible drivers must maintain an accident-free record for the previous year.
Local Delta Gamma collegian awarded
Ellen Shackelford, a member of Delta Zeta chapter of Memphis, Tenn., has been awarded the Award Recipients Scholarship. Ellen is the daughter of Janice Wagg and is studying integrative studies.
25 Years Ago - June 16, 1988
Celebrates Flag Day
Blanche Aldrich of Michigan City held her annual Flag Day celebration at her home, Washington Oaks, Tuesday. Area children presented six flags which have flown over Mississippi since 1540, while Rev. Donald Brooks of Brownsville, Tenn., gave the history of the flags.
Cayce Baptist Church votes to become Southern Baptist
Cayce Baptist Church has voted to become Southern Baptist and petitioned the Marshall Baptist Association to become part of their group. The church is also hosting an old-fashioned tent revival at Cayce Rd. and Lee Creek Rd. Rev. W.R. (Bill) Cordle will be preaching.
50 Years Ago - June 13, 1963
Mrs. McAlexander named to membership
Mrs. Gertrude McAlexander, cashier at Bank of Holly Springs, has been named to membership in the National Association of Bank Women. She joined the bank in 1944 and was made an officer in 1948.
Telephone fishermen caught
Three fishermen were caught and all of their equipment, including a boat and motor, were confiscated May 12 on the Tallahatchie River for the use of illegal telephone in obtaining catfish. It is dangerous to the reproduction of catfish to use a telephone. Please refrain from the use of a telephone in any stream so we can continue to have catfish, said the game warden. Each of the three men were fined $100 and all equipment is to be sold at public auction.
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