Falkville High Class of ‘52 plans 60th reunion
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The Falkville High School Class of 1952 met at Libby’s Restaurant in Priceville for their monthly breakfast recently. Those in attendance were Betty and Kenneth Harpe, Itou and Helen Gibson, Franklin and Sue Harrison, J.C. and Margaret Dunaway, Bill Coard, Ray and Betty Sanders, Sarah Gaines, Charlotte and Bob Wise, Jack and Ima Hucks, and Jeanne Blackmon. Plans were made to hold their 60th class reunion in May.
1 can French style beans, drained
1 can English peas, drained
1 medium onion, chopped
1/4 cup vinegar
1/4 cup sugar
1/4 cup salad oil
Mix beans with peas, onion and pepper. Mix vinegar with sugar and salad oil. Pour over bean mixture and let stand overnight.
1 package lime gelatin
2 cups boiling water
2 tsp. vinegar
2 tsp. grated onion
2 cups sour cream
1/4 cup mayonnaise
3 tomatoes, thinly sliced
Combine gelatin and boiling water in a large bowl. Stirring until gelatin is dissolved. Add vinegar, onion and pepper. Fold in sour cream and mayonnaise. Blend well. Chill until firm.
1 can pineapple juice
1 jar grape juice
1 gallon of water
1 bottle of ginger ale
2 cups sugar
Mix all ingredients. Seve over ice or can be served hot.
Easy Fruit Salad
1 carton whipped topping
1 can fruit cocktail or can of your choice
Mix ingredients until blended. Serve over angel food cake or any other cake that has no icing.
1 cup sugar
1/2 cup lemon juice
2 cans pineapple juice
1 qt. cranberry juice
Dissolve sugar in lemon juice, blend in pineapple juice, add cranberry juice. Chill thoroughly. Serves 50.
2 packages of lime gelatin
2 cups of hot water
1 package of cream cheese
2 tsp. mayonnaise
1 can crushed pineapple
1 cup chopped nuts
Dissolve gelatin in hot water. Add cream cheese and mayonnaise until almost melted. Add remaining ingredients. Chill until firm.
“A Girl’s Best Friend,” “Glamour,” the fashion magazine was only $3.33 a year.
On Jan. 1, 1942, the world was informed that food and other items were to be rationed. This was done to conserve our supplies for the war effort.
I am a little too young to remember much about this, but each member of the family was issued little stamps and each one of them were used for certain items. Sugar was one of those items.
I do remember my family often used lemon drops instead of sugar to sweeten our tea.
• Use vinegar to remove spots caused by tomatoes. Soak the spot with vinegar and then wash.
• For egg whites to have greater volume whenever they are whipped, they should be at room temperature.
• If a recipe calls for 1 cup of bread crumbs, use 2 slices of bread.
• Use 12 graham crackers to make 1 cup of cracker crumbs.
• Use 1 tablespoon of flour for thickening.