Thursday, July 25, 2013
Recipes from Martha Ruth Leonard
Game Day Stew
2 lbs. stew meat, cubed
1 tsp. salt
meat with remainder of ingredients in a Dutch oven or an oven-proof
casserole. Cover tightly and bake at 275° for 5-7 hours. Serve over
rice or noodles, or with crackers.
Rolled Oats Refrigerator Cookies
1 cup margarine, melted
1 tsp. salt
Cream cooled margarine and sugars. Mix in eggs and vanilla. Sift salt, baking soda and flour and add to sugar mixture. Mix thoroughly. Mix in oats and raisins. Form dough into 4 or 5 logs and put each log in a freezer bag. Chill. At this point, logs can be frozen. When ready to use, slice logs and put on cookie sheets. Bake at 350° for 5-6 minutes. Dough can be kept in freezer for several weeks or in refrigerator if using right away. Makes 3 dozen.
Pages from the Past
10 Years Ago - July 24, 2003
Lion of the Year
David Sorrell of Holly Springs is the recipient of the Lion of the Year award. David’s hard work and dedicated enthusiasm are among the reasons the Lions selected David in 2003.
Early morning storm strikes county
The northern boundary of Marshall County took the worst of an early morning storm Tuesday. Trees were across South Slayden Road, Taska Road Wildcat Bottom Road, Carey Chapel Road and Jeffries Road. Power outages were scattered throughout the Mt. Pleasant and Slayden areas.
25 Years Ago - July 28, 1988
Smith’s granddaughters assisted pediatric unit
Karen White, granddaughter of Fred and Modena Smith of Waterford, was the pediatric nurse who assisted The Med’s pediatric unit when it came to Marshall County Hospital last week to deliver the special babies.
W.B. Foster selected to serve
W.B. Foster of Holly Springs, assistant supervisor of the North Panola School District, has been selected by the state Department of Education to serve on the State Advisory Committee for Elementary and Secondary Programs.
50 Years Ago - July 25, 1963
Old Red Banks School destroyed by fire
The old brick school building at Red Banks was completely destroyed by fire Monday night shortly after midnight. The building was being used as an armory by the local unit of the National Guard. Loss of equipment and supplies was estimated at nearly $1 million.
Southern Bell makes addition
Southern Bell Telephone Company has completed the installation of approximately $10,000 additional equipment in the Holly Springs central office. The new equipment will make 100 new numbers available for Holly Springs, as well as being used to handle calls from the 45 new subscribers in the Waterford area. The Holly Springs exchange has grown from 100 subscribers in April 1931 to the present 2,147.
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