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October 11, 1984

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women at First Presbyterian the Church of the First Church of Ponchatoula organizational meet- 1984-85 year at the Building on Wednesday, 10 a.m. lime Yearbooks were given the duties and projects of the paired hostesses, and assume respon- all events occurring in their addition, duties of the Secretary, Treasurer, Chairman, and Historian in the Bible Study on was ably given and Altar opened for discussion by Mrs. Leona Crawford. A new member, Mrs. Anna Pillow, was welcomed by the group. Refreshments were served at the con- clusion of the meeting by Mrs. Jewell Ebrecht. Meetings are held monthly in either members homes or in the Education Building at 197 S. Fourth St. at 10 a.m. and newcomers in the community are welcome to attend. The next meeting will be held on November 7 at the home of Mrs. Helen Butler on Highway 51 N. For further information call 386-6205, or Dr. James Anderson, minister at 386- 2O90. plans membership drive R. GAUTHREAUX meeting of the Rosary began with the recitation Rosary led by Hy Ray Kent. ]mmediate}y business meeting was meeting room of the gym Kugler presiding. were given by Bertha y, Rita Daigle- and Hy Sellers- Secretary, Virgin statue will be in the Mercier for the next few gift of one thousand r furnishings for the sanctuary was given in the name of all living and deceased members o! the Rosary Altar Society The membership drive will be held Oct. 20-21. Tickets for the fruit cake raffle will be sold at all masses Oct. 27- 28. Volunteers signed up for both projects. A Day of Recollection will be held at St. Joseph's during the month of March. Faye Murray extended an invitation to the ladies to work on crafts to be used for the Spook Party. The meeting was adjourned and the closing prayer was led by Esther Davis. Refreshments were served during the social hour. awards night planned BARBARA WAGNER ' Center Director Ponchatoula Recreation is initiating a 1st Annual Achievers' Awards night. is to honor persons of Community on the basis of involvement, a community service, those excelling in their chosen fields of endeavor who have unselfishly contributed their time and talents to the community as outstanding achievers for 1984. Cost of this event will be $25 per couple and is scheduled for the Great Hall at the Community Center. For further information call 386-3867. My Garden Secrets By VIOLET COLLIER Times Garden Editor Gardeners. is upon us and it is a dry one. We have been the hose day and night Io keep our lawns green Surely the Autumn Will soon begin to fall and we is the time to get your the ground. Those of you not planted can do so the ground when you Use I0-I0-I0 and put in the trench you have dug the bulbs in. Compost and it is what the bulbs do best Daffodils. Iris all are early spring color, Use your shrubs and in all They are beautiful corners. Throw the bulbs them where they fall will give you that natural so rewarding. this is a good month pansies and all the nurseries have the plants to put out now. Gloria on N. Fifth and E. Hickory has the plants and is ready to serve you. McClendons on Hwy. 22 East, one mile out, also has them and many other beautiful plants to offer you garden lovers. It's time to plant trees and shrubbery also but my advice is to wait until the rains begin to fall. I like to plant trees and shrubbery in the early fall as it gives the root system a good start to grow but please wait for a good rain or be prepared to water everyday. Start your compost heap now. Rake leaves and grass and as you pile them up put a little fertilizer on them and wet in. Keep putting layer on top of layer and it will reward you with good leaf mold come spring. Lime is very good to put on your leaves. All this helps to rot the compost so it can be used in the Spring. Well all this was ready for the press when the beautiful rain came last night. The flowers, trees and grass are dancing with glee and so are all the garden lovers. The English Tweed From ii i i LTD GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHIER ill l l, u Dress it up as shown with tie & tropical w001 blend slacks or Make it casual with plaid shirt & or sweater a fall tradition at the Traditional Men's store at a special price for you 125 oo (Reg. $155") ,\\; 1: (504) 3dLS-9642 (504) 092-SUIT TOWN ANO (X)UNTRV LEE  AT BOSTON HAMMOf. L 70401 COVINGTON, LA. 70433 ! Jaycees run Thanks to members of the Ponchatoula Jaycees, Saturday's Alligator Day in downtown Ponchatoula was a rousing success that attracted local and national television attention. At the request of Mayor Charles Gideon, the Jaycees Alligator Day pitched in to help the sponsoring Mayor's Committee for a Better Ponchatoula with preparations, serving, and even gator racetrack building Saturday in downtown Ponchatoula. (Times Photo) Soccer Scores Under 6 Ponchatoula Citizens National Bank Tara Jewelry 1 7 Under 8 Western Auto 6 Independence K.C.'s 0 Ed Layrisson 5 Central Progressive 0 Under 10 Knights of Columbus 0 Vaughn Const. 3 THE PONCHATOULA TIMES OCTOBER 11, 1984 PAGE FIVE Central Progressive Bank 5 Hullo Robert 0 Under 12 Jaycees 0 Merco 9 Under 14 Kiwanis S&S Coaches' clinic open to soccer parents By BARBARA WAGNER Tangi Youth Soccer Assoc. The soccer coaches clinic has been -e-scheduled at the Ponchatoula Community Center, It is to be held at the Center on Friday Dctober 19. 6 p.m.-9 p.m. and aturday October 20, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Brother Tim, Athletic Director at St. Paul's High School in Covington will be :he instructor. Cost of the clinic is $5 for Coaches lad Asst. Coaches. Parents are ncouraged and welcomed to attend. their cost is $10. The General Meeting of the Soccer ]ssociation is scheduled for the ?onchatoula Community Center on thursday, November 8, 7:30 p.m, Vlark these dates on your calendar and ]an to attend. Soccer games are being played in onchatoula at the Community Center ]nd Millville Field on Saturdays 11 a.m, Legion Auxili0000ry holds meet Public invited to Women's Day at New Zion The pastor, officers and members of School District and is presently the New Zion Baptist Church invite you employed by Tangipahoa Parish School to attend its annual Women's Day Board asa second grade teacher at Pine Program on Sunday October 21, 1984 Ridge, Hammond. at itsregu]a 11a.m. worship service. She is the mother of one son, The speaker for the occasion will be Renwick Vittito, a freshman at Mrs. Dorothy V. Brumfield, a native of . Grambling State University and one Jennings, La. and a past resident of stepson, Erro] Brumfield, Madisonville, By JENNIE TATE The regular Leander J. Kinchen Post 47 American Legion monthly meeting was held the first Thursday of the month, October 4,, 1984. There were 20 members present and after a delicious supper served by Mrs. Jennie Tote, and a speech by the Historian on how the American Legion got started in Ponchatoula, the meeting of the Auxiliary and Post 47 Legionnaire's convened. Various departments made their reports. The chaplain had two members on the sick list. A get-well card was passed around for each sick member and was signed by all present at the meeting. Boy Scouts went on a canoe trip which they all enjoyed very much. They are also going on a camping trip the third week of this month. There will be bingo workers supper November 28, 1984. The Post moved to donate $100 to the Federation for the Blind. Services will be held at the Ponchatoula Cemetery for all the military dead on November 11. 1984, Veterans Day, at 4:30 p.m. The Post also moved to donate $100 to Mrs. Jo Ann Drago woo is preparing for a heart transplant. Fall Conference was held in Bogalusa on October 7. 1984. A group of foKes is referred to as a skunkel. Oakland, California, Mrs, Brumfield. the wife of Joe N Brumfield. is a graduate of Leland College. Baker. La. She did further studies at Southern University and University of San Francisco. She has taught in the Lafayette Parish Schonl System. Oakland Unified La. Mrs. Brumfield is a member of Star Valley Baptist Church where she serves as assistant pianist. Mrs. Norma W. Rudison is chairperson of the program and Rev. W. H. Hooker is pastor, October Sale 20% OFF ENTIRE STOCK Oct. 19, 20, 21 Introducing Vidalia Onions and Old El Paso Chili Stop by for a FREE sample - I during our sale! '1 delicious onions make Kreat Our Old El Paso chill aJumlng m/x is eomUments for meats, vegetables and great for these cool even/rip. Accent sai-ds. Try our plek}ed onions, onJoe your au"nn wlt hot pepper wreaLhs relish and garden salad varieties, and Earlaad, and dried corn veaths. KOUITI00Y KLUTTEP. m,. 000Ts Hit t'Itlllltll'llll/ 0 Moo. - Sat. 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. 11 Sun. 1 p.m. - 5 p,m. 416 Rogers Road, Hammond [5041 345-1183 nd 12:30 p.m. Sundays the games are cheduled at 2 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. . :, .... .,., ,. Y, Come out and support our youth and heir families! 5 5 5 5 USE YOUR CREDIT, JUST SAY "Charge it" 90 DAYS TO PAY, NO INTEREST or Take Up to IMONTHS TO PAY Yes, when you buy a side of beef from us, we give you 100 Ibs. of food for $1 . gSlE Y0tgR atEDIT ClW mN BAYS TO PAY.., N0 M/1111BT1 3 Monfhly installments, 30 days aporL First pay- ment due 30 days from date of purchase, with credit approval