April 4, 2013
Recipes from Martha Ruth Leonard
1 large head cabbage, shredded
1 tsp. salt
core and shred cabbage; boil in salted water, in covered pot, for 5
minutes only. Drain. Put drained cabbage in well buttered casserole;
add 2 tbsps. butter and toss. Add sugar, vinegar and sour cream; toss
well to mix. Bake, uncovered, at 350° for about 20 minutes. Serves 4-6.
Upside Down Cobbler
1/2 cup butter
1 tsp. baking powder
oven to 375° and melt butter in baking dish. Sift together dry
ingredients and stir in milk; pour batter over butter. Do not stir!
Heat blueberries and pour over batter. Do not stir! Bake until batter
rises to top of baking dish and forms brown crust; about 30 minutes.
6 apples, pared and cored
2/3 cup cream
Combine in skillet apples, sugar and water; cover and simmer 10 minutes, until apples are crisp and tender. Put in serving dishes and chill well. Mix cream, egg beaten with sugar and almonds; heat and pour over chilled apples to serve. Pass the sauce with the apples. Serves 6.
Pages from the Past
10 Years Ago - April 3, 2003
Police banquet celebrates successes, unity
Morale was highly visible as Holly Springs police, Byhalia police and the Marshall County Sheriff’s office joined to celebrate unity among the forces at the sixth annual Holly Springs Police Department appreciation banquet. Capt. Patricia Selman, who was voted Supervisor of the Year by the department, also sang for the event.
Arena fills for Walking Horse Classic
The first annual Holly Springs Charity Walking Horse Classic was held Sat. at the Marshall County Fairgrounds with an estimated attendance of 1,000. Some of the attendees said it was their first time ever to see a live exhibition. Local attendance was so good that the breeders and exhibitors want to come back next year.
25 Years Ago - April 7, 1988
Local to be in movie
Cassandra Davis, formerly of Holly Springs, is on her way to stardom. She recently won a speaking part in a movie and is breaking into the movie industry. The movie is entitled “School Daze,” and stars Lawrence Fishburn. Cassandra will be yelling out a dorm window at Fishburn, defending the actions of a friend and telling the friend’s boyfriend to get lost!
Miss Boyd to teen pageant
Canangela Boyd, 15, daughter of Huldia J. Boyd and Don Boyd of Holly Springs, has been selected as a finalist in the Miss Mississippi National Teenager Pageant to be held in Jackson on June 4-5.
50 Years Ago - April 4, 1963
Morris Thompson received Junior Champion and Senior Reserve Grand Champion with a Holstein shown by him recently in the District Livestock Show in Batesville.
Miss Mississippi to appear in person at Children’s Ball
The state’s sweetheart, Charlotte Ann “Charlie” Carroll, Miss Mississippi, will be a feature attraction at the Jaycees’ Children’s Ball on April 25 at the high school gym.
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