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SOCIETY THE PONCHATOULA TIMES, APRIL 25, 1985, PAGE F OI4 /nniversaries Apr. 25-Gene & Mlchele LeBlanc, Donna Benson Thomas & Rosella Gautreaux Apr. 30-Jerry & Sheila Hebert, Keitfl May 27.Ricky & Gwen Howes, Alvin & Paulette Pepitone Blanche Ragan May 1-Fay & Ed Murray .29-John & Marie Mor, Bob &  MAKE MOM EIAPPY l//l/-  Surpri.ze her .w!th a Hair    Care Gift Cerufleate from  Senoir Citizens 0025% off Hwy. 51 N. Ponchatoula _ (next to Pughs Flower Shop) 386 7686 Mrs. June Pregeant (left) won fifty dollars worth of Bohnings groceries in a senior citizen drawing co- sponsored by Bohnings Food Land and the Ponchatoula Jaycee Women, represented by drawing chairman Happy Birthday Apr. 2S-Susan McKean, Sherry Hill, Tessa Cutrer, Cynthia David, Brandi Harris, Rhonda Lagarde Apr. 26-Wendy Muscarello, Suzanne Gandolfo, Arthur Berseygay, Keri E. Hendrix, Justin Zachary, Craig Kraft, Linda Cosgrove Apr. 27-KeUy Nolo Apr. 28-Sue Anne Roberson, Craig Edwards, Harmon Robertson, Bonnie Seal, Calvin L. Morgan (In Memory), Tucker's FulI-Serv 'TulI-Service at Self Service Prices!" 202 W Pine St. Ponchatoula Friday, April 26th Gas L iq uo r Beer & Wine Offering a Full Line of Wine & Liquors Bucsh qt. 99' Thunderbird 99' Hardwood Canadian pt. $1 FREE! 386-8858 Air Water Vacuum 7 Days A Week Hours: 5 a.m.- 11 p.m. Mrs. Carol Kinchen (center) and joined by Bohnings Manager Pete Harper and the girt who drew the lucky winner, Miss Sharee Kinchen. (Times Photo) James B. Beauchamp Jr., E.J. Daigle, Rodney Byers, Ray Dickerson, Julie Munson Apr. 29-Renee Bougere, Brook Nor- red, David Harper Apr. 30-Jeffrey Pinion, Mike Bemer, Theresa Hinson May 1-Father Dan Davies, Charles Pal, Robert Lafargue, Lloyd Ballard, Bertha Dominguez, Sherrie Char- bonnet, Mary Martha Johnson Westpark family fitness fair Sat. April 27 Westpark Community Hospital will hold a free Family Fitness Fair on Saturday, April 27 from I0 a.m. to 2p.m. The fair will offer free screenings at the hospital including a blood pressure check, visual acuity check, hearing acuity check, blood typing and a pulmonary capacity check (measures lung volume}. The Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff's Department will also be on hand for a kid print (children's fingerprints are made for records in the event of a kidnapping or disappearance). The Family Fitness Fair will also introduce the hospital's newly formed Women's Health Foundation, a non- profit organization sponsored by American Medical International. Ponchatoula Jaynes install officers Staff Report The Ponchatoula Jaynes, a new all- woman organization, will hold its official installation of officers Friday, April 26 at 7p.m. Born out of the rift surrounding recent court decisions that allowed women to join the Ponchatoula Jaycees and other Jaycee chapters across the country, the new club has no formal ties to the Jaycees. President is Geraldine Ragan, vice president is Norma Lafarge, treasurer is Diana Konczol, secretary is Charlotte Disher, historian is Robin Currier and chaplain is Carol Kinchen. One member of the new 16 member club said that its membership will be much the same as the old Ponchatoula jaycee Jaynes before women tried successfully to join the formerly all-male Jaycee organization. Ponchatoula Jaycee Women, an organization that succeeded the old Jaycee Jaynes club, is expected to be disbanded officially July 1, according to one current member. Several members of that organization have already joined the Jaycees and some of these have been elected to positions as officers of the formerly all-male club. Other members will continue community service borrowing the old Jayne's name but staying as an aU-woman club legally separated from the Jaycees, she explained. Local archeologists to meet By G. M. RISER M.D. The date for the April meeting of the Northlake Chapter of the La. Archaeological Society has been changed from Thursday, April 18 to Friday April 26 in order to meet our guest speaker's schedule Our guest speaker will be Dr. Doug Schwartz from Sante Fe, New Mexico, who will show a film on excavations done in the Rio Grande Valley for the National Geographical Society. In addition to having inherent Performing Arts Camp The Hammond Cultural Foundation announces its Performing Arts Camp beginning June 3 for three weeks for young people ages 12-18. Fifty participants will be accepted on a first come basis Registration deadline is May 25. The camp will be at the Levy Building. 217 E. Thomas from 9-3, Monday-Friday. Tuition is $30. Maya Levy. Director. says that the young people will study acting, playwriting, design, costume, lighting, dance and choreography. Ms. Levy will teach and supervise the theatre courses. "eri Bickham will teach and supervise archaeological interest, this film willl particularly timely as it details wa, methods used in excavation. At this same meeting, plans will discussed for our initial excavation of a small earthen located in the Mandeville Permission to excavate this mound been obtained and we will be plans for this upcoming hope to see you there at 7:30 on night, April 26, at the Delta Primate Center, Hwy. 190 Covington. set for June dance and choreography. The people will write, choreograph produce their own theatrical work. For additional information Elouise Seay at the HCF office, 9546, open Tuesday-Friday, Or write, HCF. PO Box Hammond, LA 70404. The Foundation will also Visual Arts Camp in July. Details published soon. Theses programs are made in part by grants from the Tan( Parish Area United Way and the of LA Division of the Arts. The Shop Stain Glass !\\; Custom design F Renovation & Repair Wayne Plauche' 110 Black Drive Ponchatoula ,La. 70454 (504) 386-5775 Dynasty. The ultimate fantasy of wealth and elegance. Now you can make it a part of your wedding with The Dynasty Collection by After Six. Here, Dynasty's own Dex Dexter is wearing the new Dynasty tuxedo. Surrender yourself, and turn your wedding fantasy into elegant rel. The Dynasty Collection is available