Thursday, May 15, 2014
Terrier mix needs a kid to play with
Recipes from Martha Ruth Leonard
2/3 cup mayonnaise
1-1/2 tsp. season salt
Mix ingredients together and make patties. Roll in reserved 1 cup of crumbs. Fry over low heat, about six minutes on each side.
Easy Crab Soufflé
1/2 tsp. baking powder
Spoon into a well-buttered soufflé dish and bake in center of oven at 350° for about 30-40 minutes or until golden brown.
Pages from the Past
10 Years Ago - May 13, 2004
Smith to address Marshall seniors
Shepard Smith of Fox News will return to his native Holly Springs this week to give the graduation speech at his alma mater. He is a 1982 graduate of Marshall Academy. Recently recognized as the second most trusted news anchor in the country, he anchors Fox News’ signature evening newcast, The Fox Report, the number 1 rated cable newscast.
Three receive top awards at police banquet
Brenda Kilpatrick was named Rookie of the Year at the Holly Springs Police Dept.’s appreciation banquet. Sgt. Dwight Harris was named Supervisor of the year and Officer Grant Glover was named Officer of the Year.
25 Years Ago - May 16, 1989
Peace officers memorial
Local law enforcement officials placed a wreath at the Osborne Bell Memorial on the courthouse square Monday in commemoration of Peace Officers Day. City officers will wear black ribbons this week to honor peace officers killed in the line of duty. Last year, a law officer was killed every 57 hours.
Lane Baker of Holly Springs was congratulated by University of Mississippi Chancellor Gerald Turner as she completed her first year as an Ole Miss Ambassador. Ambassadors are chosen by a committee on the basis of outstanding leadership and scholarship.
50 Years Ago - May 14, 1964
Key to Kitty Kelly
When Kitty Kelly, Memphis, Tenn. television personality, and photographer Noel Clarkson arrived in Holly Springs to film a 15 minute show about Holly Springs, Mayor Sam Coopwood rolled out the welcome mat and presented her the key to the city.
Final work has begun on Highway 311
Work has begun on the paving contract for 6.1 miles of Mississippi Hwy. 311 between Holly Springs and Mt. Pleasant. The Marshall County project begins approximately 5 miles north of the intersection of State Hwys. 311 and 7 and extends in a northwesterly direction towards Mt. Pleasant.
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