Thursday, November 21, 2013
Recipes from Martha Ruth Leonard
1 lg. can crushed, drained pineapple
1 lg. size Cool Whip
Mix all together. Pour into 2 graham cracker pie crusts and chill.
1 lb. ground beef
1-1/2 cups sliced raw potatoes
Season ground beef with salt and pepper; shape into 4 patties. Place each patty on a square of aluminum foil. Top each with onion slices, potatoes, green pepper rings and two tablespoons of barbecue sauce. Close foil over food, double folding edges tightly. Cook on grill for 25-30 minutes or in 350° oven for 1 hour, 15 minutes. Serve with bread or rolls, beans and slaw. This recipe is a quick hearty meal for the grill or it can be cooked in the oven. You may also prepare ahead and freeze for later use.
Pages from the Past
10 Years Ago - November 20, 2003
Dr. Hammack retiring
Dr. Les Hammack is retiring after 23 years of family practice in Holly Springs. “I want to thank all the people of Marshall County for their wonderful support and kindness during the last 23 years. My practice in Holly Springs has been the most meaningful to me,” he said.
Emily Hurdle, daughter of Steve and Kim Hurdle of Mt. Pleasant, shot her first deer Nov. 16. It was a six-point buck and shot with a .30-.30 at 115 yards.
25 Years Ago - November 24, 1988
Jarvis DeBerry on TV program
Jarvis DeBerry, who participated in the first Student Space Station program at the Davis Planetarium in Jackson, last summer, will be featured on “Mississippi Roads,” Tues., Nov. 29. The program will focus on the simulated space flight of the project. Jarvis will tell what it was like to live and work “in space” for 96 hours.
Korean natives Rachel Renee Polk and her brother, Eric Lynn, were naturalized as U.S. citizens in U.S. District Court recently. Adopted children of the Rev. and Mrs. James W. Polk of Byhalia, they were honored at a ceremony last week at Mt. Pleasant Christian Academy and presented a flag by headmaster Bobby Mitchell and kindergarten teacher Maria Holmes.
50 Years Ago - November 21, 1963
Leon Rountree wins Oscar for showmanship
Leon Rountree, local theatre operator, was the winner of the 1963 Showmanship Oscar, which was presented at the Tennessee - Mississippi - Arkansas Theatre Owners Convention last week. This year marks the first time that anyone in this area has qualified for the award.
Jimmy Siddall joins Memphis State Cagers
From an All-State Mississippi high school player at Potts Camp, Jim Siddall was an All-State at Northwest Jr. College. Now he is lending his experience to the Memphis State Cagers. At 6’6” and 205 pounds, Siddall was coached at Potts Camp by T.M. Stone.
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