Thursday, January 24, 2013
Recipes from Martha Ruth Leonard
14-3/4-oz. can creamed corn
1-1/2 tbsps. tapioca
creamed corn and niblets in a greased casserole, mix well. Combine eggs
and milk, mix well and add to corn. Add tapioca, sugar, salt and
pepper. Mix. Top with butter if desired. Bake in a preheated 350°
oven 60 minutes or until pie is set like custard. Serves 6
4 chicken breasts, boned
3/4 cup sugar
Cut chicken in pieces. Coat with mixture of flour and salt. Brown in melted butter in skillet. Combine remaining ingredients in saucepan; bring to a boil. Pour over chicken. Cover and cook slowly for 35-40 minutes or until chicken is tender. Serves 4
Pages from the Past
10 Years Ago - January 23, 2003
Local energy plant builds community park
Magnolia Energy LP, in partnership with Becon, the project’s engineering-construction company, recently completed a new playground for the residents of Benton County, located next to the town hall. More than 25 employees volunteered their time to building Magnolia Park, located inside the town’s popular walking park.
Dorothy Hill publishes articles (By Dale Hollingsworth)
Dorothy Hill had some interesting articles published in a few magazines recently, including “Chicken Soup For Women” and an educational magazine. She is a Potts Camp School teacher. Hill has several foster children and is commended for receiving them. They love her.
25 Years Ago - January 28, 1988
J.B. Going retires from Citizens Bank after 38 years
J.B. Going, who first came to work at Citizens Banks when it was located on Church Street, has retired from the Byhalia-based bank after 38 years. Going was manager of the Victoria branch.
Pam Kloha sworn in as president at Ole Miss
Senior Pam Kloha of Holly Springs has been sworn in as president of the Associated Student Body at the University of Mississippi to fill the unexpired term of her predecessor following his resignation, who resigned Jan. 18. She is the third woman to hold the position.
50 Years Ago - January 24, 1963
Near blizzard closes schools
A near blizzard swept into Holly Springs and across Marshall County Tuesday night bringing rain, freezing rain, sleet and snow and dropping the temperature from a high of 60 Tuesday afternoon to 8 by Wednesday afternoon. All schools in Marshall County were closed. All parents are advised to tune in to their radios to station WMFS 68, after 6 a.m. Friday morning, when an announcement will be made about re-opening.
National field trial to be run here
Holly Springs will host the 12th National Amateur Shooting Dog Championship, sponsored by the Field Trial Clubs of America, Feb. 4, with the Holly Springs Field Trial Club as host. A large attendance is expected and a warm welcome will be extended to the visiting sportsmen from all parts of the country, who will be here for this event of national significance.
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