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I I III I, GLE$SIN00,$OF,,, HE 8RIOHTli EW YEAR!I From The Staff of The Ponchatoula Times Bryan, Terry Ann, and Terrence McMahon, Violet Collier, Patty Travelbee, Eddie Ponds and Charlene Harris. I I Illmll HI If you were to die before your mortgage was paid off, could your family afford the mortgage payments? If not, you ought to consider our Mortgage Protector Plan- designed to 'insure that your family will have their home free and clear if you do not live to pay off the mortgage. WILL YOUR MORTGAGE OUT00 YOU? JACKSON-VAUGHAN,00.Er00 121 W. Pine $1. IIII I I - I IIII I_ I ALL II Canadian leads SLU golfers to new records With his golf team showing marked improvement each successive fall and spring. SLU coach Ernie Correia has now come to expect it. "And when you come back in January (from the Holiday break) you better be ready to play." Correia said to his team waivering from moderator to coach at the annual fall awards luncheon. The likeable fourth-year coach had finished handing out plaques for the fall season's accomplishments and commending the entire team for their hard work. Senior co-captain Dave Bowlan received the team medalist honors averaging a school-record 73.8 over 18 rounds. Southeastern's medalist average has dropped from just below 76. wnen Correia took over in the spring of 1983. to the record set by Bowlan. The native of Prince Island, Canada also had the most pars and sub- par holes (247 of 333) in the fall tour. Bob Bishop. a senior and co-captain. had the best putting average with 28.9 puttes per round. Junior Kevin Melita had the most sub-par holes with 52 out of 333 and freshman Jeff Ready led tournament regulars with greens in regulation averaging 12.4 per round. As soon as the Lions unpack in January from the holiday vacation they'll begin preparations for the Feb. 7-9 University of Miami National Collegiate Invitational in Miami, Fla. The first spring tournament boasts several nationally-ranked teams. SL.U's spring tour heats up in March with appearances at the University of New Orleans Invitational March 3-4 on the Eden Isles course in Slidelt. Then its on to the Panhandle Intercollegiate in Fort Walton Beach. Fla. March 19-21. The prestigious Southeastern Intercol- legiate, hosted by Alabama and featuring eight of the SEC's I0 teams, is next. The 54-hole event will be played at the Rolling Hills country club course in Montqornerv. Ala March 28-30. Springfield 4-H wins awards By SHANA TANTILLO National 4-H Week activities for Spring- field Senior 4-H Club included putting up a bulletin board at Springfield High School, honoring 4-H Alumni. Fruit baskets for the teachers' lounge were also given out at this time. 4-H pins were presented to faculty 4-H Alumni. and 4-H members wrote news articles on 4-H proiects and contests. The Springfield Senior 4-H Club also treated the schools' football team to ice cream after school practice. Darlene Ouber and Tricia Martin were the C,R.D. Committee members that helpecl organize the aclivities for National 4-t-t Week, along with Mrs. Peggy Southworth. the local club sponsor. Junior Leaders that attended the ()chiller 7h Parish meeting were Michelle l.audrv. Shana Tantil]o. and DeEm_, Abels The Junior Leaders also worked at the Livingston Parish Fair in the Exhibit Building and the Barn, helping register Arts & Crafts and Live- slock. Those helping include Tab [_, h,,0 Michel!e Landry, Shana Tantillo, I: .I ,:,. Abels. Cynthia Guthrie, Angela "\\; ! ' ,' ;,''' Ouber, and Tricia Martin. BEST WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR Lester Felder Your Next Assesor ll III III I I L  I I IIIII I I IIIII h THE PONCHATOULA TIMES, JANUARY 2, 1986, PAGE FOUR Ole Hardhide How about Norman R. Faust of Springfield who graduated with high honors from SLU! And if Wanda Hughes doesn't come back with her great kids and finish our conservation I don't know if rll ever talk to another pond visitor! Some folks I just don't have time to converse with. others I just direct to the newspaper stand in front of Paul's,,This great lady not only stops by for long chats about the most interesting stu"fl,.she even writes great poems about our meetings (Gosh, I hope she s not fallin 9 for me. Alligators are legendary heart breakers). That's it for 1985 and this extra special early New Year's edition. Pinchpenny is stamping his pudgy feet and demanding my slightly-wet copy muttering some nonsense about a long-missed deadline. But before I go ] just wanted to wish each and everyone of you the very best in 1986 and ask just one favor of you: Please go easy on the pond water New Year's Eve. (Thanks) Garden club enjoyed party By VIOLET COLLIER Garden Editor The Community Garden Club held its annual Christmas Party on Thursday night December 19 in the club building in Memorial Park. Thirty-two members and their guests attended. The rooms were beautifully decorated. A beautiful Christmas tree was the talk of the evening. The table decorations were the art of the talented club ladies. Eggnog and punch were enjoyed by the guests as they chatted and visited together. After a delicious dinner of wonderful Christmas goodies was served the Christmas gifts were presented to every- one. Our retiring President Mildred Glover was presented a beautiful wrist watch from the club for all the wonder- ful years she had devoted to the club. Christmas carols were sung and enjoyed by everyone. ' We all held hands and gave thanks to our Precious Jesus for his beautiful Birthday. THE SHOP We now etch glass and we stillcreate the finest custom design StainGlass Windows. We repair and renovate fine glass windows Resident Artist- Wayne Plauche 110 Black Drive I 386-5575 Ponchatoula 2. 3 C 3 OCtal Dixie Boosters meet Jan. 6 By MARGIE LESSARD "Mrs. Baseball" The Dixie Youth Baseball Booster'., Club meeting will be held on Monday. January 6 at 7 p.m. at the Communit Center. All coaches, assistant coaches and anyone interested are welcome to attend. Registration begins Jan. 6 and will close on March 8 the day of tryouts. You may register at Western Auto. Flower Lady, city workers built P.D. manger By VIOLET COLLIER Garden Editor Each year a beautiful Nativity Scene is placed by the Police Station. So many people come by and admired. The children love baby Jesus. Pictures are made each year and rm very pleased and happy about it. The two men who work for me are to be thanked for each year cutting the palmetto in the woods each year and putting them on the manger which has been repaired each year. These men are Charlie Dixon and Ivy Christy. There's another person who deserves a big Thank You and that is our own John Hoover from the Ponchatoula Feed and Seed Store. He doesn't wait for me to ask for the hay to put on the grass, to make a floor. Each year it is brought in from his farm. Special Thanks to these three guys who never get their picture in the paper but who play an important part in the beautiful Nativity Scene. Late Night with Larry King II-TILL EVERY NIGHT 90.9 AIFISOUraDS K.rM/ We'll make your day- Sponsored by Wiggins Chiropractic Clinic Jones Intercable and Durham Pontiac.