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Volunteer registry serves shut-ins Staff Report Volunteers in the Ponchatoula area are needed for a Volunteer Registry huing formed locally by Donna Hag- g,rty (?,g6 7861) Saying that local people are a ,luahle "&apos;natural resource." orga- nizers hope they can attract those who can give just an hour or to a wuek to visit shut ins in their private h,,nes and in nursing homes Tiw effort is parishwide and anyone ,,go... with the common need for ., ,mc)ne ith a smiling face to show icm people do care. .,',i tho e u. ho are interes.d in . ,iHlibuling this generous gift "...an THE PONCHATOULA TIMES FEBRUARY 24, 1983 PAGE j The Ponchatoula Time Ponchatoula s locally-owned Newspa i It's Strawberry Festival Tim The Ponchotoulo limes .... ,. ....  mm Local young bankers gain experience Ad ::::::f:: vert isi n g space Established October 1, 1981 iiiiiiiiii !iiiiiiiii:: Bryan T. McMah,,n, Edit,,r & Publisher ..... Thu l')g3 First Guaranty Bank .,.%..,.-. ..,,...,.% ':':':: " ........................................................ i::i::i::!::i::i V,,u,g Bankers Program began """ .... Second Class Postage Penni! No. 666730 iiiF:iiiii! :!:i:i:!:i: ..,der the d,ecton of Kathy L at Ponchatoula, l.ouisiana 70454 i::i:i:i:i Pittrnan. Marketing Officer. with five iiii!iii:: ......................................................... iiii::!ii!i ,,,a ,.dents .nvolved :;:::::4:: i!::!iiii::i:: Terry Ann McMahon, Office Manager :.:.:.:.:.: The Young Bankers is a program :i:!:!:!:!: ::::::::::: ,,rE'red to outstanding seniors from . ..,.,,.,. - ......................................................... ..1.:.:,:, iiiiiii!iii Adw, rtising Account Executive program is designed to fami]iariz( I :i:i:i:!:!:i ",ludents with the different aspects of :::.::.::::: ......................................................... :::::::::::::':':':':':" Published Thursday of every week at 410 banking. ,, . , ii!::iii!i::i:: South Second St., Ponchatm, la, La. 70454 %tudents m{ el at the main onicc of :':':':':':" - ........................................................ Firsl Guaranty Square i  Hammond :::::::::::::i]i!!iiii!i Subscril)li.ns are $1 l in l.ouisiarla, +nice a m,mththrough April and are ::i:i:!:i:i $13 anywhere in the IJ.S.A. ilvqructed in such topics as invest :::::::::': ......................................................... :!E!!!!iii ments, computer operations, data ":':':':':" Phone 3M6-2877 !iiii!iiiii processing, trusts, checking and iii::iiiiiii ...................................................... :::::: ...,.,,gs acco.,,ts, ba,,kcard, an ,.,....,.., i:!:i:i:i:i Addr:,ss correspondence and chan!les of I,,ans .At each session, the students Pomhat.ula, Louisiana 7{)454 q)inions as well as to ask questions. i#iiiii!i!iiii!i!i!i!iiiiif!iiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!ii!i!!i!!!!iiiiiiiiiiii!ii!ii!!iiiiiiiii!iiii!!i!iiiiiii!iiii!i!i!iiiii#ii!iii#iii!i '" '""' '" ' u,,. ., ,n ,o ,h.,, .{ ho,l with a ietter understanding of ltw filuncial world and explain t() tl,ir peurs what they have learned These are the outstanding high I,I 'quch.'nts who have hecn 'v h'(tcd by lheir respective schools as t tin e,,ntalives to the program : Nl'kuna Dove. Velma Ray Newton ,nl'Mary ,lo Fekete. I"lam nond t tigh ":,{h.fl: Terry Jackson and Dana W,.nack. Kentwood High Schod: Pauta Kent and Ray Glasgov:. Oak l:,,r{',t Auademv. S(acey Sharp and "lalura Purvis. Nataibany Baptist ('li,tian School: George Fulda and Dchbic McMurtev Amitc I-tigh "<'II .... I. l-)eRox,)ly' Brumfield and [L,,h, Oven. Sumner t ligh gcho,l: GET ROLLING WITH SONIC Drop by and register for A free 10 - Speed Bicycle to Be To Given Away Drawing Will Be Held Feb. 26 At 2:00 P. M. No Purchase Necessary NOW UNDER-NEW MANAGEMENT 753 WEST PINE 386-8817 Sweet sixteen Lovely Pebbles Tanner turned Sweet Sixteen February 5. The birthday party in her honor was held at Jaycee Hall, with a valentine theme. School friends from Pon- chatoula High School and relatives were in attendance. Chaperones were Paul and Jean Neihaus and Rita Hoover. Bo Jack and Marie Tanner, parents of the honoree, hosted the party. (Courtesy Photo) America Legion hosts valentine party for HSS FRESH SEAFOOD Crawfish Catfish Crabsozen Live & Fresh Home-made Sausage & And0uille Fresh Salty Oysters t00'h itey's Meat Cente $86 3661 159 E. Pine In Downtown Ponchatoula By CINDY NEWTON The members of Leander J. Kinchen America Legion Auxiliary Unit No. 47 of Ponchatoula held' their annual valentine party for Hammond State School Unit No. 400. Ladies brought valentines for all residents. Cookies, cupcakes and punch was served by the Unit mem- bers to all. Those ladies making refreshments are Jennie Tate, Hallie Perrin, Rita Murtagh and Alice McSwain. Those members that were there to help at the party were Ester Moran. Hernietta Joiner, Mrs. Tale. Mrs. Perrin and Mrs. McSwain. AmIm  makes 2'It/u b Ii Staff Report Acadian Ambulance statistics show that during the month of January the multi-parish ambulance company made a total of 297 runs in Tangipahoa Parish. They cared for 131 emergency cases and performed 166 transfers of the infirm. Of these, 153 were mem- *:no,;, Gn,audv. Mark McKayand i now available in the i :",{,, ,tcvns. Ponchatoula High "" ' I .... h , ,,,,,,..,,, ,,,,h,.)o{ A{.my: 1983 Ponc atou a Straw er "l',ll,v Willie and Lura Fernandez, i',,S,' High School , Ray Allen Jewelry| FULL PAGES 386-4181 J HALF PAGES QUARTER PAG 101 W. Pine St. J Custom '11 Call 386-2877 NoW Jewelry I ] I Cuchulain Press @ ''@"@'@ @'@ "@" I Ponchatoula, Louisiana d The Ponchatoula Times i , CHURCH DIRECTORY : All Saints Episcopal Church First Presbyterian Chur W.Hickory&N7th Street Manchac Baptist Mission 197 S 4th St Rev Paul Gray Rev JamesC. Nettles Rev Anderson Holy Communion 9a.m. Sunday Sunday Service Bible Study 9:45 Oldest Church inPonchatou]a 9"45a m & lla.m. Morning Worshiplla.m" Wolo, "'Chnol Bible Stucly 6:30p.m. ".':--'-lod'ii-: . :sboro Baptist Ct United Met "st hurch Wadesboro. La F,terbrook Rd Ponchatoula Rev James Wall Bible Study 10a.m. First Baptist Church E. Pine Street Dr. William Pruitt Iit Bible Study 9:45 Morning Worship 1 la.m. St. Joseph Catholic Church 330 W. Pine Fr. Dan Davies Vigil Mass Sat. 6p.m. Sun.Mass 7,9&lla.m. and 6p.m. Daily Masses 7a.m. Mon.-Fri. 9:15a.m. Morning Worship 1 la.m. French Corner Baptist Church Ted Road Bible Study 9:45 Morning Worship 1 la.m. Millville Baptist Church 635 W. McClellan Rev. Stanley Day Sunday 9:45 - 12 Sunday School 9:45 - 11 Morning Worship 11a.m. Training Union 5-6p.m. Worship Service 6-7p.m. Wednesday Service 7-8p.m. Saturday 6:30p. m. Conversational Prayer Meeting Wadesboro Baptist ChurCil Bible Study 9:45a.m. t Morning Worship 11 a.' United Methodist Lee's Landing Methodist ChU i Morning Worship 9:30a. ' Sunday Bible Study 10:30. I First United Methodist l East Pine St. SundayMorningWorship 11 SundayBibleStudy 9:45a.! { Tasker Memorial AME Zion Church :, Rev Albert Young Morning Worship 11a.m. L _ SHERMAN'S GL , ,,Wbro., 157 E:. Pine Street 386-885_2 .... DR. CHARLES GIDEON CENTER- 159 E. Pine St. 386-3661 FAMILY D'S FLOWL] SHOP 202 W. P-i-ne East on Hwy.-22- -'" bets of the subscriber plan and | BRANCH DANIELS, INC_ ':| enjoyed reduced rates. Non-mem- JOHNLORY. RPH. bers numbered 144. B YR D -PO-NC HATO M EDI--THRi]f IJ General Insurance II "World Day of Prayer  "PECK" H-O-I-WS-TE II PHONE: 386-9987 lira EDWAR?,S. 145W. Hickory -386.3546 P.O. Staff Report ..... '' .... - ............... llCharl!. Branch Jr. ,sDRAWERIF. PINE578S'.'II" celebratedA "WorldatDaYFirstOfMethodistPrayer" ChurchWill be MARYM ICK -AM-M ONDsQu - T]['O]irAS on March 4 at 2 p.m ..... -- ZATARAiN -F-UN]E IIA----I Owner PO NCHATO0-L-A- _ All readers are invited to attend the SHOPPiNG--CE: llT ecumenical prayer meeting.