Thursday, March 21, 2013
Recipes from Martha Ruth Leonard
2 lbs. squash
2 tbsps. brown sugar
the squash, drain well and mash. In separate bowl, beat eggs. Then mix
squash, eggs, oleo, milk, onion, brown sugar and salt. In a buttered
casserole, put a layer of torn bread, a layer of squash mixture, a
layer of cheese. Repeat the layers and top with bread and dots of
butter. Bake uncovered at 350° for 45 minutes. Zwieback crumbs may be
substituted for the bread crumbs. Serves 8.
1 lb. ground beef
1/4 cup catsup
Cook beef, onion and garlic in margarine until beef is slightly browned and tender. Season with salt and pepper. Stir in tomato sauce, catsup, oregano and sugar. Cover; simmer 10 minutes. Spoon off excess fat. Remove from heat and add cream cheese and Parmesan. Stir until cheese melts and blends. Serve in chafing dish with small hamburger buns. Makes 3 cups.
Pages from the Past
10 Years Ago - March 20, 2003
Technology center hosts first classes
The city of Holly Springs opened its new technology training center last week for workforce computer training under the auspices of Northwest Community College.
A prayer for world peace (Close to Nowhere by Linda Jones)
Today our nation is probably at war. As a non-fan of President Bush, his speech Monday night was powerful and frightening. I’m so glad the immense burden of deciding on “war” is not on my shoulders. Whether the United States is right or wrong in our opinion, during these days we need to support our President and our flag. and especially our young men and women overseas. God bless us, everyone...
25 Years Ago - March 24, 1988
Jarvis DeBerry to be part of NASA program
Twelve-year-old Jarvis DeBerry of Holly Springs will represent Marshall County in Jackson this summer in a NASA space simulation program. Jarvis is one of 30 Mississippi students participating in the program. He is the son of Melvin and Pennie DeBerry and a seventh-grade student at Holly Springs Intermediate School.
Movie cast tours Holly Springs
The stars were in town Tuesday! Fourteen members of the cast and crew of “Heart of Dixie” visited Holly Springs, including celebrities Ally Sheedy, Peter Berg, Don Michael Paul, Virginia Madson and Phoebe Cates.
50 Years Ago - March 21, 1963
J.D. Hardy of Memphis, Tenn., caught a 37-pound catfish here on a trotline March 12. Mr. Hardy is the father of Mrs. Jimmy Warren.
Beta Club organized at Byhalia School
A local chapter of the National Beta Club was established March 14 at Byhalia High School, according to principal J.C. Montgomery. Faculty sponsors for the leadership organization are Mrs. J.B. Going, Mrs. Ernest L. Lea and Mrs. Van P. Finger. Student officers are Austin French, president; Lillian Lea, vice president; Audrine Langley, secretary; Lyn Jones, treasurer, and Eddie Lee, reporter.
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