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SOCIETY + II/ ....... + ............ + .... Portrait artist. i featured at Wzld Hare Gallery Golden Anniversary Mr. & Mrs. J.E. Tate celebrate 50 years French Corner Baptist Church. Attendants were Emma Cockerham, Mrs. Tate's sister, and Alton Tate, Mr. Tate's brother. At this time the Tates were presented a 50 year certificate of marriage. After the vows refreshments were served and Mrs. Tate opened her beau- tiful gifts. The cake was made by two of her daughters, Carolyn Rogers and Jo Hanna. Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Tate celebrated 50 years. The children of Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Tare - Charles Tare, Carolyn Rogers, Kathy Dunaway, Jo Hanna, Pam Roundtree, and Beth Harrell - hosted the 50 year anniversary of their marriage. The event was held at the American Legion Home in Ponchatoula at which time the vows were repeated, conducted by the Rev. Michael Halley, pastor of Chapter+l money coming to pansh education Thomas G. Clausen, State Super- intendent of Education, announced today the approval of over $1,854,010.59 in federal funds which will be used to aid in providing some 2,877 educationally deprived students in Tangipahoa Parish with improved educational training. The grant was approved under Chapter 1 of the Education Consolidation and Improvement Act of 1981. Superintendent Clausen commended Mr. Sam J. Pigno, Jr., Tangtpahoa Parish School Board Superintendent, and local board members for their plans to meet the educational needs of these students through a special education program. The program will provide special training in the areas of Reading and Mathematics. Sendour Servicemen a Gift Subscription to The Ponchatoula Times for Vz price. $6 + elsewhere Enjoy Weekly News SENIOR CITIZENS Held them keep up with STUDENTS MEMBERS OF THE the news from home. U S ARMED FORCES 386-2877 " " 1/2 PRICE, riinnuimniniigenuennimmiHmiliQ l NAME " I ! STREET | i CITY STATE  ZIP_ I I I I i I Return with payment to: THE PONCHATOULA TIMES I_ P.O. Box 743 i Ponchatoula, La. 70454 | |mmumimmmimnnmmnmmmmmmnimminmuummi For the convenience of my Ponchatoula, Albany, Springfield, Bedico, Robert, and Hammond clients... Please note the direct dial number to my Amite office 542-0403 JOSEPH SIMPSON Amite, La. "Bess" oil on canvas by Linda Vise Attorney At Law P.O. Box 1017 A showing of paintings and drawings by portrait artist Linda Vise will be pre- sented Saturday, October 18, from 6-9 p.m. at Wild Hare Gallery, 208 Lee Lane in Covington, LA. "In my portraits I attempt to capture the moment, to reflect something of the individuality of the person, to capture that on canvas for others to share." Ms. Vise's paintings have attracted a great deal of interest since first being displayed, having already received several commissions in less than two months. "People respond so powerfully to her work," says Pierre Friedrichs, owner of Wild Hare Gallery. "We are all so excited about what Linda is doing and want her to have the best possible exposure. The show is intended to acquaint her to the local art public." One of the features that contribute so much to the attraction of her paintings is Ms. Vise's use of grisaille, an old Masters' technique. The initial mono- chromatic underpainting provides a foundation to create an unusually beau- tiful depth and dimension. "I am very excited at the resurgence of realism in art. For a long time realis was considered old fashion and out 0 step with modem thought. I sense a new vitality is its restoration to a plao 0 honor that is ultimately liberating." Her portraits begin with a photo session, another photo session if neceei sary, a full scale drawing Of theportraitS, and then finally, the painting in 0il i many stops along the way for input and approval from the person being painted. "I have found people are very interested in the process of painting a portrait Being able to see themselves in t;e preliminary photos and drawings help us come with a portrait that meets with their satisfaction. Mine is very much a collabortive art." Paintings and drawings by Linda Vise will be presented October 18 thrU October 31, 1986. The opening reception will be October 18, 6-9 p.m. For further information contact 893+ 5984. Free business tax seminar at SLU The Southeastern Louisiana University Small Business Development Center will sponsor a free business tax seminar on Oct. 23 in Room 133 of the University Center. The seminar is jointly sponsored by the accounting department of the Southeastern College of Business, the Small Business Administration, and the Louisiana Department of Commerce. Southeastern accounting professor Dr. Joe Danos will moderate the seminar, which will feature tax experts from the accounting firms of Arthur Andersen and Co., Touche-Ross and Co., and Dennis Frentz and Co. The seminar will give small businesS owners an idea of the impact the new federal tax laws will have on businesses and individuals, Dr. Danos said. Those interested in attending th seminar should contact the Sm II Business Development Center, 549" 3831. Mrs. Beatrice Laird honored Volunteers turning By JULIANA SYKES On September 28th at 2:00 p.m. the Tucker A. Gregoire American Legion Auxiliary Unit 258 of Springfield hosted Gold Star Mother's Tea the annual Gold Star Mother's Tea, Guest attending were from Units 156, Hammond, Unit 47, Ponchatoula and Unit 258 of Springfield. Louise Loper, First Vice President of Unit 258 opened the ceremonies. Honored Gold Star Mothers and Sisters were presented a corsage. Mrs. Beatrice Laird re/:eived a gift for being the oldest mother present. Ladies present spent the afternoon playing bingo for cash prizes. Everyone American Legion Auxiliary ladies attending enjoyed the refreshments Include: (Left to right) Edith Ragas, provided by the ladies of Unit 258. Lois Saillard, Beatrice Laird, Petrona Some 31 guest attended the tea. Daigle, Agnes-Raiford, Helen Galla- dora, and GoldJe Martin. Public invited to Artisans meeting + By'VICK! HAFER monthly meeting 1:30 "plm.'ctl + 21 at the Ponchatoula Community Center, The Ponchoula Artisans will hold its 300 N. 5th St. Our featured artist, Mrs. Gladys Keaghey, will demonstrate drY flower arrangements. The public is invited. coliseum stage into "black box" SLU theatre professor Kay Butler and student volunteers are giving the unused stage area of the old Nic Cefalu Coliseum new life as a setting for experi- mental theatre. They are converting the stage, which was covered with dust and pigeon feathers and had been doubling as a storage area, into a "black box." The black box is as simple as it sounds. It s an empty, unadorned area that can accommodate any type or shape of stage presentation. 'Every theatre of any worth has' one, ' said Butler. Determined that her students would have one too, Butler has been keeping her eye out for an appropriate location. The stage area of the old coliseum, unused since the new University Center took over many of the coliseum's functions, is perfect, she thinks. Getting it in shape for its scheduled debut, the Oct. 30-31 and Nov. 1 run of the musical review "Pump Boys and Dinettes," is a huge job which Butler has tackled ,with characteristic energy. Also characteristically, she has inspired some of her students to work alongside of her. Debra Westmoreland and Mary Powe, two students in Butler's Theatre 131, Introduction to Theatre, class, were perspiring in the coliseum's heat and dust last week helping haul some 700 large lights off the stage. The light had to be moved before the cleaning, clearing, painting and rigging of the black box could begin. "Mrs. Butler has so much energy and desire for this black box," said West- moreland. "We're really doing this because of her." Laughed Gaff O'Heeron, a student who is auditing Butler's class, "l miss my housework and this is the closest thing to it around here." Butler estimates that it will take about three weeks to get the black box ready. The small experimental theatre should eventually have room for approximately 175 chairs, she said. Tickets for ':Pump Boys and Dinettes" are available at the Theatre Box Office in the lobby of D Vickers Hall and at the communications and theatre department office. Tickets are $5 general admission and $3 students and senior citizens. Patrons can also attend a pre-performance barbeque dinner and the show for a combined price of $10 general admission and $8 students and senior citizens. Southeastern l.D.s will not be honored. Tucker's Full Service "Full Service at Self-Service Prices!" PONCHATOULA Cigarettes 6-1k. 10 oz. FRE $2.79 AIR Budweiser WATER Imported and Domestic Beer Win Coolers to. Full Line of