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Dinner Honoring Dr. Charles Gideon Mayor.Elect City of Ponchatoula Sat. June 16 Jaycee Hall 7:30 P.M. Swing,ers The Ponchatoula Swingsters, perhaps Antique Steak Dinner $ 2 5 the hottest little jazz band  the state, play their seductive tunes to an appre. dative audience Saturday at the peaker Dr. Tom Clausen Qualifying dates Superintendent of Education Tickets may be obtained at Robert Troyer's Office 195 E. Pine St. Sherman's Glass & Radiator 157 E. Pine St. Dr. Melvin Allen's Office 128 W. Pine St. Paid for by Dr. Melvin Allen, Campaign Chairman Festival. That's Arabelle Fendlason impempnatbg Dizzy Gispte on the saxaphone. (Times Photo) set for September 29 election Qualifying dates for the Fall Election to be held Saturday, September 29, 1984 have been set Cartoon Moore, Clerk of Court announced. This election is for the folowing offices: U.S. Senator, U.S. Congressman, District Attorney, District Judges, 7th Ward Judge, 7th Ward Marshall. Spe- cial Elections for: Jpstice of Peace Ward I, Alderman for Amite, and Mayor for Amite. Qualifying dates are as follows: Men- day, July 16, 1984 thru Friday July 20, 1984. Hours for qualifying are 8:30 A.M. to when by law the qualifying must end at 5:00 P.M. Candidates who are registered to vote in this parish or district may obtain qualifying papers at the Clerk of Court office in Amite. Persons wishing to enter their names as candidated must qualify with the Clerk of Court. For more information call the Clerk of Court office: 345-1663; 748-4146; 229-8005. Episcopal Church R Y &N 7th Street _ ev. Paul Gray COmmunion 9a.m. Sunday Church in Ponchatoula Wesley Chapel Methodist Church Rd. Ponchatoula Bible Study 10a. m. Worship 11a.m. Baptist Church In the former C. Builder's Bldg. Hwy 51 William T. Pruitt III School I 0a. m. ) Service 11a.m. Study Wed. 7p.m. MUiville Baptist Church 635 W. McClellan Rev. Stanley Day ^ Sunday9:45.12 ',day School 9:45 - 11 School lOa.m. ) Service lla.m. Serv. Wed. 7:30p.m. First Presbyterian Church 197 S. 4th St. Rev.,Anderson Bible Study 9:45 Morning Worship 11a.m. Wadesboro Baptist Church Wadesboro, La. Rev. James Wall Bible Study 9:45a.m. Morning Worship 1 la.m. United Methodist Lee's Landing Methodist Church Morning Worshil 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 AME Zion church Rev. Albert Young Morning tltorship 1 la.m.. French Corner Baptist Church Teel Road Bible Study 9:45 Morning Worship lla.m. Manchac Baptist Mission Rev. James C. Nettles Sunday Service 9:45a.m. & 11a.m. Bible Study 6 p.m. First Baptist Church E. Pine Street Dr. Joe Cothen Bible Study 9:45 Morning Worship 1 la.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 " VigltMasSat. 6 p.m. " Sun.Mass 7,9&11a.m. and 6p.m. Daily Masses 7a.m. Mon.-Fri. 9:]5a.m. Vigil'Mass Sat. Bedico Chapel The Ponchatoula Times HURCH DIRECTORY h's A Boy Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Gideon, Jr. announce the birth of their first child, a son, Gray At. Germain Gideon. Born May 22, 1984 at 2:02 p.m. in St. Pauls Hospital, Dallas Texas. The baby weighed 8 pounds and was 21 1/2" long. Mrs. Gideon is the former Sheryl St. Germain of Metairie, La. Grandparents are Doreen Gideon and Dr. Charles Gideon of Poncha- toula. Merle St. Germain and Jules St. Germain of Metairie. Great Grandparents are Mrs. Vera Graves of Seattle Washington and Mrs. Junie Evans 9f High Point, North Carolina. Also, Celeste St. Germain of Metairte and Theresa Frank of New Orleans. ! I il 4i  "--"  lit' I II IIIII PRODUCERS PONCHATOULA VIDEO CENTER i120 Villa Roma Plaza HOMESTEAD Hwy. 51 By-Pass 542-9385 HAMMOND MR. AND MRS." -.,. CHARLES SQUARE SHOPPING CENTER JOHNNY S. McGARY BYARD TARA THE PONCHATOULA TIMES JUNE 14, 1984 PAf./ II't,, DEATHS in our communiW MRS. RODNEY J. "FRENCHr" DEMPRE -, Died Saturday June 9, 1984, at Veteran's Administration Medical Cen- ter, Biioxi, Miss. He was 82, a native of ieesville, and resident of Ponchatoula. Visiting was at Harry McKneely & Son Funeral Home, Ponchat6ula, followed by religious services. Burial in Pon- chatoula Cemetery. Survived by a Daughter, Mrs. Lawrence (Sharon) Fischer, Ponchatoula; two sons, Terry J. Dempre, New Orleans, and Paul R. Dempre, Metairie; and five grand- children. HENRY M. HOWES Died Saturday, June 9, 1984 at Seventh Ward General Hospital, Ham- mond. He was 87, a native and resident of Ponchatoula. He was a U.S. veteran of World War I. Visitation was at Harry McKneely & Son Funeral Home, Monday in Ponchatoula. Religious services held Monday at First United Methodist Church, Poncha- toula, conducted by Rev. Eubanks. Entombment in Ponchatoula Mauso- leum, Survived by a daughter, Mrs. Hallie H. Perdn, Ponchatoula; two sons, Richard E. Howes, Ponchatoula, and Joseph E. Howes, Luling; four sisters, Mrs. Maggie Wittie, Mrs. Ruby Dean, both of Ponchatoula, Mrs. Mil- dred Knight, Frankllnton, and Mrs. Clara Bruning, Covington; three brothers, Bert C. Howes, Ponchatoula, Joe Howes, Covington, and Ted Howes, Delhi; 11 grandchildren; and 17 great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by wife, Katie Boyes Howes; a sister, Mrs. Mamie Gray; and a brother, Emmitt Howes. In lieu of flowers, LAWRENCE PHLW PITTMAN JR. Died Thursday, June 7, 1984, in St Thomas, Virgin Islands. He was 61, native of New Orleans, and resident o! Hammond. Visitation was at Hanv McKneely & Son Funeral Home, Po chatoula. Religious services at St Joseph Catholic Church, Ponchatoul on Tuesday. Burial in Ponchatoul Cemetery. Survived by wife, Mrs. Jura" Walch PRtman, Hammond; a daugh ter, Mrs. Michael (Janelle) Michallk, Hammond; a son, Lawrence Philip Pittman III, Baton Rouge; a sister, M. Patricia Litchfleld, New Orleans; a brother, Lionel Pittman, New Orleans: and a grandchild. He was an officer of Leander J. Klnchen American Legtot Post 47, Ponchatoula and the VFV Post 365, Hammond. MYRTLE SIEBRANT NUTTAL Myrtly Siebrant Nuttall, 85, a nattw, and resident of New Orleans and former resident of Ponchatoula died Tuesday, June 5, 1984, at Touro Shakespeare Nursing Home, New Orleans.Visitation was at Harry Mc Neely and Son Funeral Home iv Ponchatoula, followed by religiou. services, conducted by the Rev. Steve Henze. Burial was in the Ponchatoula Cemetery. She was a member of th,, Nova Stella Chapter, Order of thv. Eastern Star, Ponchatoula. Local K of C's attend state convention Ponchatoula artist Wilma Lamp sports an olympic medal won at the recent senior games in Baton Rouge, where local tennis player Pixie Colmer picked up top awards in sport while artist Lamp won for her artistry. (Times Photo) Local members of K,C. Councd #4874 attended the 81st Louisiana StateK C Convention in lake Charles Delegates for Ponchatoula were; Grand Knight Wayne Melaneon and his wife Sharon and Dennis Perrin and his wife Wilma The convention was held at the Lake Charles Convention Center May 17, 18, and 19. New state officers wer,  elected, they are: State Deputy: Easton Pitre; State Sec.: Tommy McGuire; State Treasurer: Ellis Coutee; State Advocate: Alvin Seaux and Stal, Warden: Leo Segall. The convention was very lnformatiw, and everyone enjoyed attending. For DAD 180 Sportcraft with 140 MerCruiser ...,,. ,.,.. ONLY SKIS 25% OFF Come See Our Complete Line Of boats by Sportcraft Powered by MerCruiser. 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