Thursday, October 17, 2013
Recipes from Martha Ruth Leonard
8-oz. pkg. herb-seasoned stuffing
5 cups diced, cooked chicken (4 whole breasts)
4 cups chicken broth
Melt butter, stir in flour and broth. Cook until thickened. Slowly pour in eggs, stirring constantly.
1 cup sour cream
Combine soup, milk and sour cream and heat thoroughly
oven to 325°. Mix stuffing according to package directions. Place in
bottom of 10x14 pan. Place chicken pieces on top. Pour sauce over
chicken, Bake 45 minutes. Let stand 10 minutes, cut into squares. Serve
with gravy, garnish with chopped pimento if desired. Yield, 4 servings.
16-oz. can pineapple chunks
4 tbsps. butter
Preheat oven to 325°. Drain fruit and put in 2-qt. casserole. Melt butter, stir in sugar and curry powder. Pour over fruit. Bake 30 minutes. Yield: 6 servings.
Pages from the Past
10 Years Ago - October 16, 2003
Museumette is ready for visitors by Lois Swanee
Welcome to the Square Museumette! Instead of closing the Marshall County Historial Museum while the building is being renovated, we are providing a place where young and old may still visit and learn about the wonderful exhibits. There is something for everyone!
Student teachers head to class
Student teachers from Blue Mountain College are practice teaching in local area schools. Andrea Taylor from Potts Camp will be teaching at New Albany Elementary School and Melissa Bennett from Ashland will be at Hickory Flat Elementary School.
25 Years Ago - October 20, 1988
Don Dent, whose hometown is Holly Springs, will be speaker at the area Women’s Missionary Union Oct. 20 in Clarksdale and Senatobia. He is on furlough from Singapore. Married to the former Anne Jones of Brookhaven, he is the son of Mrs. Bob Dent of Holly Springs.
Miss Tokie is 103
Eutokie Crawford (Miss Tokie) celebrated her 103rd birthday, Sat., Oct. 15. She has lived in or near the Slayden community all but four years of her life. Her first husband, with whom she had four children, died in 1934. She ran a store in Slayden, where she eventually met and married her second husband.
50 Years Ago - October 17, 1963
Masonite to produce new animal food at Laurel
Masonite has announced it has perfected a way to manufacture a nutritive molasses from wood. Called Masonex, it has been proved a useful supplementary animal feed and is now in limited production in the Laurel plant. It is extracted from by-products produced in the manufacture of Masonite hardboard.
Bobby and Diane McAlexander, 4-Her’s, received a trophy from the American Angus Association for having the Grand Champion Steer at the Benton County Fair. The 4-H steer project is a great way to use home-raised feed and a home-raised calf.
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