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1. Face fringe
6. Like a wallflower
9. Something that hap-
pened too fast?
13. One hipbone
14. Romanian money
15. Sheep's clothing, e.g.
16. Bassos, alternative
17. Middle-earth creature
18. Balance sheet item
19. * Peanut_
21. * Popular pastry center
23. Exclamation of sur-
24. Duds
25. Tapped at parties
28. Two-masted vessel
30. Orient's bigwig
34. Misfortunes
36. Not that
38. Australian cockatoo
40. Done after shuffling
41. Popular garden peren-
43. Triathlon ride
44. Part of surgeon's prep
46. Rudolph, e.g.
47. Affirm
48. Austrian province
50. Ogler
52. Former name of Tokyo
53. Give notice
55. Clinton_Rodham
57. *Dessert in honor of
a dancer
61. Text treatment
65. French farewell
66. Fabour group
68. Kind of salami
69. House coat
70. Fittle squirt
71. In the company of
72. Bone-dry
73. _Khan
74. "Dressed to the_"
1. Kind of lettuce
2. Having wings
3. Not final or absolute
4. Vigorous enjoyment
5. Blacksmith shop
6. *_gin
7. Part of H.M.S.
8. New Mexico's state
9. Portrait sculpture
10. Mona_
11. One who uses some-
12. Short for "retired"
15. Pompous windbag
20. Strongly opposed
22. Funerary vase
24. Shiny from moisture
25. *Sour Patch_
26. Choose by vote
27. Dazzling
29. "__Afraid of Vir-
ginia Wolf?"
31. *Rum_
32. Martini garnish
33. * Alaska's state
35. Hurtful remark
37. Dog command
39. Parade honoree
Timpson City Council
Wylie Hotel First Friday Luncheon
Friday, March 6 - The Garrison Heritage Society will
serve their monthly luncheon at the Wylie Hotel. Plates
cost $10.00. Hie menu will be chicken and dressing,
green beans, sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce, pie and
drink. Punches served from 11am - 1pm. Funches are
served the 1 st Friday of each month. Sept thru May only.
Garrison City Council
Monday, March 9 - regular monthly meeting will be at
6 PM.
Mount Enterprise ISD
Monday, March 9 - regular monthly meeting will be at
6:30 PM.
Gary ISD
Monday, March 9 - regular monthly meeting will be at
8:00 PM.
Timpson ISD
Tuesday, March 10 - regular monthly meeting will be
at 6:30 PM.
Tenaha Businessmen’s Luncheon
Thursday, March 12 - monthly meeting will be held at
11:30 AM at the FBC Fellowship Hall.
Irish Fest
Saturday, March 14-6 p.m. in the Parish Hall of St.
William Catholic Church, 4088 N.W. Foop in Carthage,
Texas 75633. Project String Power’s Super Group String
Orchestra, Silver Dew Bluegrass Band, Pineywoods Harp
Ensemble, Tori Windham and the Kessler Family will
entertain. A tasty baked potato meal with all the trimmings
will be served following the show. Tickets are $10 and
can be purchased at the door or horn Project String Power
students, board members or friends.
Gary City Council
Monday, March 16 - regular monthly meeting will be
at 4:00 PM.
Tenaha City Council
Monday, March 16 - regular monthly meeting will be
at 5:30 PM.
Monday, March 16 - regular monthly meeting will be
at 5:30 PM.
Joaquin City Council
Monday, March 16 - regular monthly meeting will be
at 6:00 PM.
Joaquin ISD
Monday, March 16 - regular monthly meeting will be
at 6:00 PM.
Timpson OES
Monday, March 16 - Timpson OES #1144 will have
our regular Stated Meeting. Meal at 6:30 p.m. with the
meeting to follow._
Tuesday, March 17 - regular monthly meeting will be
at 5:30 PM.
Timpson Mobile Food Pantry
Wednesday, March 18 - Every 3rd Wedneday, Food
Pantry at Woodland Christian Church, 272 Hwy 59 So.,
Timpson, from 10 AM til Noon. First time applicants
need to come at 9:30. Applications are available at
City Hall.
Timpson Area Genealogical & Heritage
Wednesday, March 18 - monthly meeting will be held
at 2 PM in the Timpson Public Library.
Timpson Area COC
Thursday, March 19 - monthly meeting will be at 5
PM at the Timpson Public Library.
Senior Citizen’s Lunch & GIFTO
Tuesday, March 24 - Timpson First United Method-
ist Church will hold its regular lunch for senior citizens
at 11:30 AM followed by GIFTO games. Open to all
senior citizens, please come for a free lunch, fellowship,
& games.
Saturday, March 28- 6th Annual City Wide Easter Egg
Hunt will be held at So-So Park at 10 am. Brought to you
by Timpson Order of The Eastern Star #1144 in partner-
ship with Timpson Area Chamber of Commerce. Parents
be sure and bring an Easter Egg basket for your children
and your camera for pictures with the Easter Bunny! Last
year over 5000 eggs were hidden this is one of the largest
Easter Egg Hunts in the county! For more information
contact Dustin Norris at 936-332-2976.
100 Men in Black
Saturday, March 28- Benford Chapel Baptist Church
Brotherhood will present a program beginning at 5 pm
dedicated to men but also invites the ladies. Men are
asked to wear something black. Guest speaker will be
Dr. Antoine K. Eakins, Sr. Th. D- Pastor. He is pastor at
Trinity Missionary Baptist Church in Houston, TX. He will
be speaking on “Ministering to the Total Need of Man.”
Pou, Peddy, Parkman Family Reunion
Saturday, March 28- Members of the families will gather
for their 19th reunion horn 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. in the
banquet room of Spring Creek Barbecue, 5810 S. Broad-
way, Tyler, Texas. Reservations are not required and guests
are welcome. This year the family will recognize the 67th
wedding anniversary of Walter and Jean Peddy of Tenaha.
Special birthdays of Agnes Peddy Parker of Lufkin, Dr.
Betty Heard of Tyler, Grace Pou McLaughlin of The
Woodlands, and Dorothy Parkman Bailey of Shreveport
will also be celebrated. For more information or to send
family updates contact Fran Heugatter at fheugatter@
yahoo.com or 281-353-0383.
Easy Triple-Laver Pistachio Pie
11/4 cups Oreo Baking Crumbs
1/4 cup butter, melted
2 oz. Baker's SemiSweet Chocolate, melted
1/4 cup canned sweetened condensed milk
3/4 cup chopped pistachios, toasted, divided
2 pkg. (4serving size each) JellO
Pistachio Instant Pudding
13/4 cups cold 2% milk
2 cups thawed Cool Whip Whipped Topping, divided
Combine baking crumbs and butter; press onto bot-
tom and up side of 9inch pie plate. Refrigerate 30 min.
Mix chocolate and condensed milk un-
til blended. Spread onto bottom of crust. Sprinkle
with half the nuts. Refrigerate until ready to use.
Beat pudding mixes and 2% milk with whisk 2
min. (Pudding will be thick.) Spread 11/2 cups
over chocolate layer in crust. Stir half the Cool
Whip into remaining pudding; spread over pudding
layer in crust. Top with remaining Cool Whip and nuts.
Refrigerate 3 hours or until firm.
Irish Champ
"Looks similar to colcannon, but champ is native to
the North of Ireland. It's made by blending scallions or
green onions with creamy mashed potatoes. Great on its
own, served steaming hot with extra butter which will
melt through it. But it's also the perfect side dish for good
quality sausages."
2 pounds potatoes, peeled and halved
1 cup milk
1 bunch green onions, thinly sliced
1/2 teaspoon salt, or to taste
1/4 cup butter
1 pinch freshly ground black pepper to
1. Place potatoes into large pot, and fill with enough
water to cover. Bring to a boil, and cook until tender,
about 20 minutes.
2. Drain well. Return to very low heat and allow the
potatoes to dry out for a few minutes. (It helps if you
place a clean dish towel over the potatoes to absorb any
remaining moisture.)
3. Meanwhile, heat the milk and green onions gently in
a saucepan, until warm.
4. Mash the potatoes, salt and butter together until
smooth. Stir in the milk and green onion until evenly
mixed. Season with freshly ground black pepper. Serve
piping hot in bowls. Set out some extra butter for indi-
viduals to add to their servings.
45. Back down
49. Head or john
51. 40th President
54. * Indian yogurt staple
that can be sweet or salty
56. Fragrant resin
57. Hemmingway nick-
58. Jewish month
59. Henry_
60. "_your hand"
61. Tiny bit
62. Involved in a secret
63. * Sugar, waffle or cake
64. Droops
67. *Yule
emstneps on p-
1. Which description best suits the Jolly Rancher candy?
a. Fruit flavored and stickyb. Hard and Sour
s. Hard licorice d. Soft and sweet
2. Which candy is not a licorice?
a. Red Vines b. Snaps
Toxic Waste d. Twizzlers
3. Which of these candies is not made by the Necco Com-
a. Bit-O-Honey b. Mary Jane
s. Peach Blossoms d. Sky Bar
t. Which candy maker is considered to be the oldest operat-
ing candy manufacturer in America?
a. Candy Dynamics b. Hersey
s. Necco d. Nestle
5. Which candy was the first one to be individually
a. Alsorts b. Jolly Rancher
Tootsie Roll d. Werther's
5. In 1954, the first peanut M and Ms were created. What
:olor were they?
a. Green b. Red
Tan d. Yellow
7. Which candy features messages like "Be Mine" and "Kiss
Me" imprinted on them?
a. Buttons b. PEZ
s. Rock d. Sweethearts
8. In 1931, he trademarked the name.Which candy maker
coined the term Lollipop?
a. Bill Hannsen b. George Smith
s. Hans Riegel d. John Hershey
9. What was the first flavor offered by Life Savers?
a. Choc-O-Late b. Lic-O-Riche
s. Pep-O-Mint d. Wint-O-Green
10. Which candy was created in Austria?
a. Candy Cane b. Gobstoppers
s. Life Savor d. PEZ
11. Which candy is also known as a Jaw Breaker?
a. Gobstopper b. Long Boys
s. Rock d. Saf-T-Pops
12. What flavor are Warheads?
a. Chocolate b. Cinnamon
Mint d. Sour
13. Who makes Sour Patch?
a. Hershey b. Kraft Foods
s. Mars d. Nestle
14. Which of these candies has been discontinued in the
United States?
a. PEZ b. Swedish Berry
Sweethearts d. Warheads
15. Which of these candies does not contain nuts?
a. Black Jacks b. Big Hunk
s. Sky Bar d. Chick-O-Sticks

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