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in our community C, HAND Gerber Aprilal 11, 1984, at Ward Hospital, Ham- was 64, a native of Poland of Albany. was at Harry McKneely & Home, Hammond, 8 services at 2 p.m. 13, conducted by the Lord and the Rev. Noah Blood River Baptist Cemetery, Albany. a daughter, Mrs. Houston Albany; a son, Jr., Albany; two Steve Ctbrick, Superior, Johnny Cibrick, Jackson; and three great- 3W SR. , April 10, 1984, at St. Covington. He a native and resident of ! was at the Bedico Church of from 10:30 a.m. until services at 2 p.m. Wednes- 11. Burial in Morse Ceme- wife, Mrs. Bobbie Arnold four daughters, Mrs. Jenkins, Mrs. Glenda Douglas (Francis) Bum- of Bedico, and Dianne Blow, three sons, Calv "B.B." Blow Jr., both of Bedico, "Buddy" Blow, Robert; a Lee Allen Blow, Bedico; nine and seven great- in death by a brother, Harry McKneely & Son P(,nchatoula, was in arrangements. JAMES ALLEN HOWARD Died Monday, April 9. 1984, at his residence in Pumpkin Center. He was 47, a native of Blue Mountain, Miss. Visiting was at Harry McKneely & Son Funeral Home, Ponchatoula, from 8 a.m. until religious services at 9 a.m. Wednesday, April II. Burial in Golden Grove Baptist Church Cemetery, Union, Miss. Survived by his wife, Mrs. Betty Robertson Howard, Pumpkin Center; mother, Mrs. Dollie Cook Howard, Meredian, Miss.; a daughter, Mrs. Ricky (Patricia) Graydon, Quitman, Miss.; four stepchildren, Billy Ray Howard, Melinda Wall, Connie Deft- veaux and Jo Mason, all of Pumpkin Center; three sisters, Mrs. Sally Lee, Collinsville, Miss., Mrs. Opal Darnell and Mrs. Estelle Gray, both of Mered- Jan; three brothers, Homer Howard, Moss Poini, Miss., Bill Howard, West Memphis, Ark., and Oliver Howard, Collinsville; and two grandchildren. Preceded in death by his father, Luther Howard; a son, Wayne Howard; and a brother, Flbert Howard. JOSEPH "JOE" FEKEE Joseph "Joe" Fekete, 66, a native and resident of Albany, died Thursday, April 12, 1984, in Hammond. Services were at Harry McKneely and Son Funeral Home, Hammond, at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 15, in the funeral home chapel, conducted by the Rev. Robert E. Turner. Burial in the Hun- garian Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Albany. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Elsie Burgess Fekete, Albany; two sons, Leonard Fekete, Springfield, and Gene Fekete, Albany; one daughter, Patty Vining, Albany. ' & N. 7th Street Rev. Paul Gray Communion 9a.m. Sunday Church in Ponchatoula Wesley Chapel Methodist Church Rd. Ponchatoula l Bible Study 10a.m. orning Worship lla.m. Westside Baptist Church In the former ,.C. Builder's Bldg. Hwy 51 William T. Pruitt III wSOnday School 10a.m. omhip Service 11a.m. Bible Study Wed. 7p.m. 635 W. McClellan Rev Stanley Day Sunday 9:45.12 First Presbyterian Church 197 S. 4th St. Rev. Anderson Bible Study 9:45 Morning Worship lla.m. Wadesboro Baptist Church Wadesboro, La. Rev. James Wall Bible Study 9:45a.m. Morning Worship 11a.m. United Methodist Lee's Landing Methodist Church Morning Worship 9:30a.m. Sunday Bible Study 10:30a.m. First United Methodist East Pine St. SundayMorningWorship 1 la.m. Sunday Bible Study 9:45a.m. Tasker Memorial Able Zion church School 9:45 - I1 Rev. Albert Young ............................ Momi. Worsh!p 11a.m. French Corner Baptist Church )om. 9:45 Mornin I Worship lla.m. Poet's Comer By SHORT FELLOW BUL LICK I pulled off my does, and put up'my feet Thinldng I'd watch T. V. for an evening treat Out on the reen one a bath mb ocene With a languishing gal mating hemef clean I wonder what products she wm advertWmgfrom a tub Her face did not look m though it needed a rub In a seductive vok she was talking oJ a cream The next ad wm a model showing off jemm ! thought for a moment they would pop ut the seams Whot they make me say for all this is really a crne i don't buy the product you me seeing this time ! look really pretty so the suckem will buy And the company pays well for these ltale white lies MF_.ADOW L URE By DOTSY The Ponchatoula To be walking in a meadow With the sun beaming down See such a flower A prize is found To pick it up And k the petals Not nearly enough This feeling to settle Place it in o vase Till it's lost its glow Then not to waste Something you cherh so A book of stow love Is just the place To keep and have Pressed between pages space Manchac Baptist Mission Rev. James C. Nettles Sunday Service 9:45a.m. & 11a.m. Bible Study 6:30p.m. First Baptist Church E. Pine Street Dr. Joe Cothen Bible Study 9:45 Morning Worship 11a.m. Jesus Name Holiness Church Yokum Road Sunday Service 10a.m. Night Service 7:30 Wed. 7:30 - Sat. 7:30 Rev. Glen C. Henson St. Joseph Catholic Church 330 W. Pine Fr. Dan Davies Vigil Mass Sat. 6 p.m. Sun.Mass 7,9&lla.m. and 6p.m. Daily Masses 7a.m. Mon.-Fri. 9:lSa.m. Vigil Mass Sat. Bedico Chapel T|mes CHURCH DIRECTORY ERMAN'S PRODUCERS GLANS VIDEO CENTER PONCHATOULA 0 RADIATOR 157 E. Pine Street t120 Villa Rome Plaza [] OM EST EAD 386-8852 Hwy, 51By-Pass 542-9385 =. CHARLES HAMMOND SQUARE GIDEON SHOPPING CENTER ,BYARD IE .PECK,. TARA DWARDS JEWELERY % THE PONCHATOULA TIMES APRIL 19, 1984 PAGE ELEVE2; Cartoon Moore hit on expense account records The clerk of court of Tangipahoa Parish spent $11,017 in travel and convention expenses without providing proper support, Legislative Auditor Joseph Bums said in an audit released Monday. Of $12,920 in travel and convention expenses during fiscal year 1982-83, Clerk Carmon Moore did not have receipts for $II,017 in meals, hotel bills, motel bills and airline expenses, the auditor said. The auditor also said Moore violated the purchasing la) by failing to seek bids in the purchase of an auto. He spent $7,193 for the automobile, which cost $13,688 minus $6,475 for a trade-in. By SHORT FELLOW BUL LICK My Uncle Hen, datm rt for Hen, he Kol oiL He aIl de wa cof me oil, but I'm h ouam Earl He eay you come wid me and we go to des mbay fesdh a Ponchamukc He my we hab a real good time. Now I neber been fader den down to Tee fork8 at de eore we go in hb c on de way on a road dat is put up on  I don't Bke dates! like to see de laud. Eben before we fllt dere us tee run into more people all headed de same way. We gft there Uncle Hen xnj we got to flnd a plac o eb the c. Now we had to waik a long way, but ! like dca, de hab so many pretly homes and de big bem, tul trees. I all de ways loved do trees. We git where the fesble Wuf Is. Now I neber sede anything like dat Uncle Hen he soy we mira a ride on de ferris wheel I don't know what he Ik until he is buying de gcket. Dat big wheel up in de a scare me, but i see people in dere wMgg seat& oter a cup nuns ! look around. I see beautiful Cu of Ponchatouk i link i wouM I to b dere. CunEarf I E-c,,o.-,u,. HEALTH CENTER / The Authority on Herbs , Miss Gemetrie Carter in South Tangipahoa Parish iiV// N the belle of the bah [. .j..,,. VITAMINS  | I :--F--T----" VEGETARIAN FOODS //f" I I I , .... . .... ,o c,0000eoz00oo00, Times Reporter I llg121 AIIII It'. . .-miii " (,.pen | Hommond, Lo. =14I-O1@I /9:30 to 5:0 Gemetrie Evette Carter and her father, Councilman G.T. Carter was crowned 1984 King and Queen of the Altruist Social and Civic Club. The Annual Debutante Cotillion Ball was held March 24 at the Ponchatoula Community Center. A senior at Ponchatoula High School, Miss Carter is the daughter of Council- man Gideon T. Carter St. and Mrs. Mary Deemer Carter of Ponchatoula. The young, beautiful queen is a member of the National Honor Society, student council, school chorus, and Junior Achievement. She was elected Senior class treasurer. Gemetrie was chosen as an outstand- ing high school student by Who's Who Among American High School Stu- dents for 1982-83. She attended Louisiana Girls State program, served as Matron of Queen Ester Chapter No. 30, Youth Fraternity No. 101. The former Sunday school teaqher is an active member of New Zion Baptist Church, where she sings in the choir. "Christianity begins at home. We build our characters there, what we become in after years is largely determined by our training and home environment," Gemetrie said. Miss Carter's hobbies are playing the piano, reading, collecting stamps, and working with her home computer. 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