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HONOR ROLL Springfield Elementary Springfield Elementary School 4th Nine Weeks Honor Roll First Grade }lc&l A's: Benjamin Baker, Hildreth Bean ale Dominick Jessica Egle, Jennifer OWes Lloyd lersey Amy Kinchen. ..'my'Kinchen Stephen Labbe, Laune Miller Elyse M'cManus, Richard Neal, Brad i>orter, Chris Ratcliff. Laura Rich- ,.son, Sherri Russell, Amanda Thomas, L.iz Weimar Kevin Wilder Courtney Young, Barry Wall ,. &-B Honor Roll: Kristie Bazile, Georgia .t'right, Renay Carter, Alden Darouse, l'Wn Davis, Marley Graves. Latoya h n, Tarshia Joseph, Jennifer Kemp, Kirkpalnck Benji McKinney, Natara n, Heidi ()vens Alena Patterson, ur Patterson Dedric Phelps. Holly ion, Linda Rjers, Jennifer Rushing, ..rilyn Slaght, Vernon Smithson, Tara Winder, Jeanette Winder Second Grade All A's: Marvin Bazile. Melissa Bell. JUdie Cambre Markala Cook, Bridget .Ferraro, Ross Gendusa Bryony Horvath. 'Jarnie Kinchen Louis Kinchen, Scott Paille Darrel Posey Jason Sibley. Joel Stevens Dana Turk', Roy Winkle ,, A-B Flonor Roll: Sam Ardis. Ronnie ,h rn, Sean Brown, Nikki Edwards. ..ntel Harris, Michelle Meyers, Maile Ley, Melissa McKinney, Jody Pierre, randi Ratcliff Charlie Smithson, Jarhett hreeton, Keliie Barcia Third Grade All A's: Card Arledge. Jason Childers, e Ann Harris, Ran Morse, Khrynn anus . A-B Honor Roll" Shane Ardis Christy .txe, Ginny Coates Floyd Fayard Dana ..es Ed,h George FelucCa Joh.son  Labbe Erin March Heather Martin, e*idget McAlister Christie McCullough, tJhrisheena McGee Vickie McKinney, llie Richardson Stacey Sharp, Chad vittoria. Bryan Wilder. Donald Zenefski Fourth Grade All A's: Heather Harshman, Kerrie Hill, Michele Kysar. Andy Vittoria A-B Honor Roll: Bobby Blanchard, Belinda George, Alisha Kelley. Nicole Lewis, Hunt Lobell. Jimmy Miller. Cas- sandra Randall, Chandra Redmond. Raymond Stewart. Stacey Sullivan, Mavis Whigham, Catherine Wright. Chantel Young Fifth Grade All A's:Kevin Bell. Dina Hano. Dale Harshman, Kirk Mornson. Michael Stewart A-B Honor Roll: Dottiana Abels. ,Bean Ardis, Omar Ashton. Chnstina Aymond, Marcus Barton. Nickie Battaglia, Danny Blanchard, Jason Brown, Troy Brumfield, Ryan Byrd. Kevin DeArmond, Clara Mae Dunn, Damon Farmer. Donald Forbes. Sandy Hanson, Tonya Hanson, Brad Landry, Nicole Landry. Tiffany Lusk. El]tore McGary, LaShonda Norman. Randy Norred. Michael Owens. Gary Rogers. Mark Taylor. Michael Weeks Sixth Grade All A's: Charles Cambre. Bryan Graves. Shelley Hill. Lenita Lewis. Josh Stevens. Dan Voels A-B Honor Roll: Sonya Ardis. Nicole Barton, Rabble Coates, Melinda East, Kim Freeman, Traci Loper, Darolyn Richardson, John Sharp. Walter Shedd Pam Threeton. Dolores Zenefski American Legion news The regular meeting of American Legion Post "47. held on the first Thursday of each month, has been cancelled for the month of July. The installation of officers will take place on July 13, 1985 at 7 pm All members, their families and guests, are invited. Let's fill the Legion Hall and give the officers a rousing send off for 1985-86 July I I will be the date of an executive meeting at 0700 p. m. Guys and Dolls Shown are, back row, from left, John Hire, Dr. Sidney Romero, Steven Daigle, Robert Allan, Gloria Fairley, Shawn Shelton, Tom Sharp and SLU to present Steve Bracewell; first row, Alexis Stevens, Jeanne Gewalt, Jennifer LeBianc, Camille Bowler and Mary Ann Beacham. "Guys and Dolls" GUYS AND DOLLS---Cast members from the upcoming summer musical "Guy, s and Dolls," which is being staged by the Columbia Theatre Players and Southeastern Louisiana University'. take a break during rehearsal These actors arP Southeastern's "Contribution" to the show. which will run July 11 to 20 in the Southeastern Music Auditorium. The group includes students, employees. and townspeople who are getting uni- versity credit for their participation in the production. Weldon Russell seeks changes in local Gov't. Representative Weldon Russell of A- governments and enable them to better mite hailed as a major piece of legisla- respond to the needs of their citizens". tion that modernizes the structure of 85 House Bill 1631, which received al- percent of the municipalities in the State most unanimous passage in the State of Louisiana House. contains the following provi- The House Bill 1631, which modifies sions: THE PONCHATOULA TIMES, JULY 4, 1985, SIC. B, PAGE NINE 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 ortgage 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 0UTtlVI00 , , YOU? HOME OWNERS INSURANCE - WHY PAY MORE? we,:,.nt.=.  so ,,,, t, to  ou an deOerlet olrWon and adv you on ttm be ovvemge at ttm bt j. p your f?mNv, cm t0dav. JACKSON-VAUGHAN AGENCY 121 W, Pine St. Porhotoula 38b-3511 -rNA#0-op, m. ,JtKlt AGIIt the Lawrason Act, under which 256 of Grants municipalities all powers '="'--"--i the State's 301 local governments oper- necessary for the operations of local ate. recently received a favorable vote governments that are denied by law or in the House of Representatives and the State Constitution. now goes to the State Senate for action. 'O Grants legislative powers to the Ponchatoula is one of the cities whose Board of Aldermen. utomotive Service changed, making the mayor more pow- stration and operation of the municipali- I |.. Summer Sale Ju,y -'-O "    The Bill is supported by the Louisiana . Provides a procedure for regular and 20% off I City Attorneys Associaion and is one of special meetings of the Board of Alder- replete expert auto _ !   the Louisiana Municipal Association's men. t / chief legislative goals for the 1985 regu- Provides a procedure for enactment  I SHOP  ordinances. service and repairs at   1 -  ,dr Session The Lawrason Act, first enacted in "'As the Bill now goes to the State Ponehato,lapriees! , " "" authority1898prvidedasystemfpwersand Senate, l want to thank the Mayors and k -,11 I for the State's municipalities. Boards of AIdermen in our State's Law- on entire Sfoc I- I TheF'ussellBilldOesmuchtOupgraderasOnActmunicipalitieswhOhavesup- the current structure of government in ported this important measure, and an,  Maurice Hall-Owner   Lawrason Act municipalities Represen-courage them to enlis! their Senators July 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 5th & 6th jj tative Russell stated that, "the Bill will support of HB 1631,' Representative , . , ) 386-9761 ,.5 Ml. NOm'HI'HmODEAOX great,y ,reprove the eff,c,ency o, ,oca, Ru,se,,addd. -- closed Sunday & | Poetry Ju00y 4th f ALL SKIS 25% OFF SKI JACKETS ONLY s14" 4th of July JOHNSON SALE 13% FINANCING AVAILABLE WITH 200/0 DOWN ONE WEEK ONLY!  Johnson Powered BASS Rigs ' Specially Priced! *50 hp Johnson on 150 Ebbtide 0nly ..... . ........ S5099 ,70 hp. Johnson on 156 Ebbtide 0nly ........... $6799 "90 hp. Johnson on 162 Eblde 0nly ........................... s7999 "115 hp Johnson on 178 Ebbtide 0nly .............. s9499 JOHNSON SKI & LAKE SPECIALS 70 hp. Johnson on: --GULFLINE 1970 cc ,8oo 0sc00 s6600 --EBBTIDE MUSTANG| SKI BOAT Your Choice ..................... JOHNSON GULF SPECIALS 201 Sea Devil Cruiser w/150 Johnson (Loaded. all S.S.. Llwwell. etc.) SAVE $2000 ............. ONLY 221 Sea Devil Cruiser w/235 Johnson List Price $22,995, NOW ONLY ................... s13,699 s18,599 i All Dilly Galvanized Trailers ] Reduced During Sale Week} LAKESIDE MARIN (ACROSS FROM KOA) / West Club Deluxe Dr. Hammond. LA , "Where the service is on the lake" 542-0770 inn L OVE GOURMET By WINONA N CHAMPAGNE Dad made a stool [Jar my wee nook] So I could sit and read my book. I travelled far on land and sea .... But, one day Morn said: "Dear, help met" Hours 10-5 KOUNTRY KLUTTER III|UE OIFT| I PINE rUllll'gltl "And bring your stool right here.., we'll bake A nice big sweet vanilla cake t. Now, times do change [by hook or crook] Morn has the stool .... ""' and. I'm the cook! HAIR-DO By WINONA N CHAMPAGNE The day that Morn cut off my curl, she said, "Now, you're a grown-up girl!" I paid no heed; I cried and cried .... "Oh, Mama, you have hurt my pride!" "But. it will grow again," she said .... and-lovingly she stroked my head. And. then, behold [in just a while], I understood and wore a smile! 0 i i D m v E e e m f I ,@ =1 m t ". 4 11 Restaurant Luncheon Menu Stuffed Flounder Crawfish Etouffee Crabmeat A ugratin Stuffed Pork Chop Breaded Veal Cutlet Fried Filet Catfish Shrimp & Crab Salad .Beef Stew Each served with gumbo, green salad, vegetables, bread pudding. Served from ! hAM- 3:PM s4.00 The Castaway Restaurant serves the best crawfish dishes- bar none! Citizen in Service AIR FORCE Airman Timothy R. Brown, son of Martha and Wilbert Brown of Poncha- toula, La,, has been assigned to Lowry Air Force base, Colo., after completing Air Force basic training. During the six weeks in Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, the airman studied the Air Force mission, organization and customs and received special training in human relations. In addition, airmen who complete basic training earn credits toward an associate degree in applied science through the Community College of the Air Force. The airman will now receive spedalized instruction in the supply field. He is a 1984 graduate of Ponchatoula High School 226 S.W. Railroad Ave, Hwy 51 4 m ,g g i m A i i i I gi D i Ig i i m i i i op S. m I i i i i i i i i