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E TE R TA INME N T The Sringfleld High School 1984 Homecoming Court includes (from left, back row), Lori Hoover, Tonia Willis, Trinell Bridges, Lisa Hoover, Annette Foster, Lisa Loper, Missie Gregoire, Dana Fontenot, (front row) Stacey Austin, Rosnanda Willis and Terri Landry. The Homecoming Queen will be named at Friday's homecoming game against Pine. The team remains undefeated at 6-0. (Times Photo by Duane Harris) I Springfield High Homecoming Court Coupon cdppers, By CINDY ZAFFUTO Club President Thursday, Oct. I I, is the night to learn how to organize your "trash" and turn it into casy. Our speaker, Darlene Schroder, will be heading up our refund club meeting at 7 p.m. at the Missionary Church, S. Saxon Street in Ponchatoula. refunders; (hundreds of dollars of groceries .free - only paying tax) this is your night to join-in with 'f, ellow Springfield and Ponchatoula shoppers. if you've been curious about how we make mney from labels (sometimes enoughto save up for a vacation, Christmas'-Club or a new appliance), this is the meeting not to miss. We all can benefit this is for you be very, very profitable if you put your mind to it. One anonymous lady from our club received in her mailbox the following in one day: + 15.50 in various refund checks, a $2 coupon on ground beef, a coupon for a free pair of $20 Wrangler jeans, a $3 coupon for a Wrangler shirt, a $2 coupon for another pair of jeans, and some free food So if you've been curious about from tips on how to organize, coupons totaling four dollars. our "free" shopping spress, Refunding and couponing c'an Saints Episcopal Church W. Hickory & N. 7th Street Rv. Paul Gray Holy Communion 9a.m. Sunday Oldest Church in Ponchatoula Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church Esterbrook Rd. Ponchatoula Bible Stly 10a.m. Morning Worship 1 la.m. Westside Baptist Church In the former L.C Builder's Bldg. Hwy 51 Pastor Dr. William T. Pruitt II! Sunday School 10a.m. Worship Service 1 la.m. Bible Study Wed. 7p.m. Millville Baptist Church 635 W. McClellan Rev. Stanley Day Sunday 9:45 - 12 .SmKlay School 9:45 - 11 Springfield Christian Assembly Pastor Brother Jerry Lambert Sunday 10:00 a.m. Sunday 10:00 a.m. and 6:30 a.m. Tues. Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m. Thur. Bible Study 7:30 p.m. First Presbyterian Church 197 S. 4th St. Rev..Anderson Bible Study 9:45 Morning Worship 1 la.m. Wadesboro Baptist Church Wadesboro, La. Rev. James Wall Bible Study 9:45i.m. MorningWorship 1 la: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 11a.m. Sunday Bible Study 9:45a.m. Tasker Memorial AME Zion church Rev. Albert Young Morning Worship lla.m. French Corner Baptist Church Teel Road Bible Study 9:45 Morning Worship 1 la.m. Manchac Baptist Mission Rev. James C. Nettles Sunday Service 9:45a.m. & lla.m. Bible Study 6 .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 Chwch 330 W. Pine Ft. Dan Davies Vigil Mass Sat. 6 p.m. Sun.Mass 7,9&11a.m. and 6p.m. Daily Masses 7a.m. Mon.-Fri. 9:15a.m. Vigil Mass Sat. Bedico Chapel The Ponchatoula T/mes CHURCH DIRECTORY SHERMAN'S GLASS &RADIATOR 15 E. Pine Street DR. CHARLES :GIDEON PRODUCERS 'VIDEO CENTER "1120 Villa Roma Plaza Hwy. 51 542-9385 HAMMOND SQUARE ,HOPPING CENTER WOOD'S AIR CONDITIONING & HEATiNo S. Hoover Rd. Ponchatoula 386-9010 PONCHATOULA HOMESTEAD MR. AND MRS. JOHNNY S. McGARY PAGE Octc,berfest too Zoo animals Roll out the barrelsnd get ready for the beer garden polka t.e n Audubon Zoo hosts the third annual'Oktoberfest celebrations on October 13 and 14, and October 20 and 21. The festival is cosponsored by Miller Brewing Company which will give each adult Zoo patron one free beer with admission. Non-stop activities will take place every day from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. throughout the Zoo. Festivities in the Beer Garden and surrounding areas will include performances by Gemeut- lichkeit Tanzer and the Salem Church Band. Other performances will include accordion music by Gasper Abene, oom-pah-pah music by Des Allemands and sing-alongs with the Alpine Duo. Children will hear lovely German folklore brought to life by Colleen Sally. And parents can explore the German heritage of South Louisiana through lectures and slide shows presented by Dr. Ellen Merrill. Cooking demonstrations by the Lee Barnes Cooking School will introduce the whole family to the how-tos of German cuisine. Speaking of Gerrpan food, Oktoberfest visitors can tae delicious German-style pretzels and sausage on sale in the concession areas. Sweet Sharon Sue Sharon Sue Clark, lead singer and fiddle player of the gold record band Sharon Sue & The Stayned Glass, charmed downtown visitors again this past Saturday during Alligator Day in the Ponchatoula Mall. The band is next scheduled to appear in a multi.week appearance in Las Vegas, but appeared in public free-of-charge Saturday as a gift to Ponchatoula. r Pho by Troy Ann McMah) In addition, Saturday festivities at Zoo can be heard live on W-WI. The event is free with Zoo adults $4, children (ages 2-12) $2 senior citizens $2. Schedules for Oktoberfest Audubon Zoo will be released at a date. For more information, contact the Public Relations ment at 861-2537. W L Sanitation In business since 1963 in the South half of our Parish. Ask about our inexpensive residential pickup We have 2,3,and 4 yard containers available for commercial customers 10% Senior Citizen discounts Owned and operated by Wayne and Gayle Rottmann 386-8295 Star Rt. Box 206D Ponchatoula 70454 Where does Louisiana shop first? Newspapers: Your marketplace The respondents to a recent survey indicated that Louisiana residents do use the mail circulars and newspaper inserts they receive. Fifty-seven percent said they read or glanced through most of the ones they receive and another 19% read or glanced through about half of the ones they receive. The circulars and inserts stimulated shopping trips within the past i 30 days among 55% of the respondents. l However, the respondents preferred regular newspaper advertisements (46%) | to either newspaper inserts (29%) or mail circulars (16%). If you want to reach the  consumers of Louisiana, use the pages of L your newspaper. ' To inform or to be Informed,  newspapers are your marketplace. :  Sun C.m. June, 1984 m ,i,i mm