Thursday, October 31, 2013
Recipes from Martha Ruth Leonard
Mexican Meat Balls
2 tsps. salt
1 cup corn meal
all ingredients for sauce in saucepan, cover and cook slowly over
direct heat, while you prepare meat mixture, 20-30 minutes. Combine all
meat ball ingredients and make into balls, either 2” in diameter for
family or meal use, or 1” in diameter for hors d’ouvres. Place meat
balls in sauce, cover and simmer until done, 30-45 minutes. Serve plain
or with spaghetti, macaroni, hot limp tortillas or fluffy spoon bread.
Yields 2 dozen family meat balls or 4 dozen hors d’ouvres.
Cherry Sherry Salad
1 pkg. cherry gelatin
1/2 cup coconut, cut extra
Dissolve gelatin in boiling water and allow to cool. Pour sherry and juice over nuts, coconut and fruit. Let stand while gelatin is cooling. Stir together with gelatin and pour into molds. Chill until firm. Serve as salad on lettuce or as a dessert with ice cream or whipped cream.
Pages from the Past
10 Years Ago - October 30, 2003
Happy second birthday
Burton’s Sugar Farm in Michigan City was the place to be Sunday. Grady Brooks, son of Gene and Mary Clay Brooks, celebrated his second birthday at the farm. Guests included Mary Neely Jones, Alex Hurdle and Grady’s sister Caitlyn Brooks.
Wilson selected to Dandy Dozen (by Claude Vinson)
The Clarion Ledger of Jackson released its top picks among senior high school hoopsters last week. Included in the selections from around the state was the Holly Springs High School Hawk Terrell Wilson. Naylond Hayes, who has coached Wilson for three years now, said, “He is just a natural athlete!”
25 Years Ago - November 3, 1988
October 14 homecoming royalty at Mt. Pleasant Christian Academy includes Queen Paula Teel and her escort, Richie Norton. Paula and Richie are seniors. Paula is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Teel of Mt. Pleasant and Richie is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Norton of Byhalia. He is captain of the football team.
Patriots in state football playoffs; undefeated
On the strength of a 34-0 crushing of arch-rival Magnolia Heights Academy last Friday night, the Marshall Academy Patriots enter the state playoffs as the North AA champions.
50 Years Ago - October 31, 1963
Fred M. Belk opens law office
Fred M. Belk will open his office for the practice of law Fri., Nov. 1, at 309 Market Street, upstairs over Dr. Thorne’s clinic. A native of Holly Springs, he was educated here and obtained the BA and LL.B. degrees at the University of Mississippi. He is married to the former Linda Moore and they have one daughter, Linda Letitia. Mr. Belk is the third generation of Belk lawyers to practice in Holly Springs.
Captain W.D. Fitts at Camp Lajeune
Marine Capt. William D. Fitts, son of Mr. and Mrs. W.D. Fitts Jr. of Byhalia, participated in landing exercises with the Second Marine Division at Camp Lejeune, N.C.
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