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October 23, 1986

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OCIETY Miss Victoria Hope-Little McClendon LEVOLOR MINI BLINDS 35x42 $22.95 71 x42 $39.85 35x72 $29.95" 71 x72 $49.95 (Wh,teAlabaster or Camel) Custom Blinds 500/0 off Vertical Blinds 500/0 off DAVE&apos;S MINI-BLINDS 345-9998 345-DAVE ills tiny tot is pretty terrific when it Zes to winning pageants, even klgh Miss Victoria Hope-Little iendon is only four months old. |Ude Little and Cindy Jones -iendon of Ponchatoula are the parents. Grandparents are Lee irginia Jones of Maurepas and the late Mr. and Mrs. Claude F. Little Sr. of Ponchatoula. Winnings include Frost Pre-Schooi and Beauties of Eastover in Denham Springs. The baby is sponsored by Womack's New and Used Tire Sales in Ponchatoula. (Times Photo by Charlene Harris) I00JS Spook Party this Saturday Engaged Kiana-LeBlanc to we d Daniel C. Bordelon Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest E. LeBlanc of Ponchatoula announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Diana L. LeBlanc, to Daniel C. Bordelon Jr. The future groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C. Bordelon Sr. of Ponchatoula. The couple will exchange vows on Nov. 8 in a 2 p.m. ceremony at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Ponchatoula. A reception will follow at the Poncha- toula Lions Club. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. The bride-elect is a graduate of Ponchatoula High School, and South- eastern Beauty College, and is owner of Diana's Beauty Salon in Ponchatoula. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eulece Sanchez of Maurepas, Mrs. Louise LeBlanc, and the late Mr. Ernest D. LeBlanc of Ponchatoula. The groom-elect is a graduate of Ponchatoula High, and is presently employed at Roofing Products in River Ridge. He is also presently serving in the U.S. Army Military Police Reserve Unit. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Wess Tassin of Kenner, La., and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Forroux Sr. and the late Mr. Martin Bordelon all of Metairie. THE PONCHATOULA TIMES, OCTOBER 2.3, 1986, PAGE T: IREE My Garden Secrets By VIOLET COLLIER Garden Editor The Community Garden Club and their guests had another great trip via Hotard Coach Line to the Smokey Mountains, Nashville, USA for two great days of music and a tour of Opryland and the City of Nashville. The trees were lovely and the flowers were just beauul, all the wonderful colors of Fall. Two more wonderful days in Gatlinburg; the shops and the host of tourists were great! The whole city for miles around had the Fall decorations of pumpkins, some of them four and five hundred pounds, down to a very small one, the Fall corn stalks tied with huge bows of orange ribbon, the beautiful Indian corn everywhere. The waterfalls were a gorgeous sight to see, the flowers by the thousands, chrysanthemums, begonia, the gorgeous red gerani- ums and many more, the trolley cars that took you on a tour of the city or anywhere you wanted to go; the train to the top of the mountain and a gorgeous restaurant where you could enjoy wonderful, delicious food. The Christus Gardens were so beauti- ful: the life of Christ from his lovely birth in a manger to his ascending in a great cloud to his heavenly home. Gatlinburg is a treat for every- one. You know the amazing part of all this wonder to me was the fact that we did not see one police- man having to patrol the area! The second morning when we left our motel rooms and made another tour of the city everyone of the decorations were right in place whqre they were the day before: no busted pumpkins, no flowers turned up and thrown down on the" street. I wish I had this kind of cooperation to help keep our little city in order! Don't get me wrong. They have a fine police department there and if you are getting the wrong idea, that you can go there and do what you want to, don't! They are there to pick you up, if needed. They must have a lot of people full of pride because it's beautiful and a treat for anyone to go visit and see the beauty of the mountains that God has created for us to enjoy. A last night and day in Chata- nooga and then on home to our little City of Ponchatoula, the home of the largest flag in the world and many proud and good citizens of America. We were all happy to get back home and to the ones we love. Ponchatoula banking district to be drained dry by city project Staff Report The city's financial district (the corner of W. Hickory and N. Sixth that is home to Ponchatoula Homestead, Central Progressive, and First Guaranty banks) should be a much drier place in a couple of weeks. Mayor Charles Gideon said that the huge storm drains and culverts he. ordered installed in the first block of North Sixth should drain the storm water that usually stands on the banking corner following a rain storm. Dominquez Construction is installing the new sub-surface drainage system. Engineer Bobby Zabbia is overseeing the work.City councilmen were on the scene briday inspecting the job ordered at the council's request by the mayor. You're good p.arents. But something is wrong. You ve #yen your child the best you can But sometng 7us'. snt right His grades are dropping Hes spending more and more ame alone At nines hes angry or depressed And you re afrald a',coho: or drugs might be involved You need to look beneath the surface The HCA DePau! Psydmatnc Ne,.'ork has Adolescent Programs that work wah rnes le yours We offer you and :'our child help m understand|ng hls feelflgs School programs ensure that ','our ch2ld will connnue t'us educanon while recetv mg help m other areas l- vc cd  b,,,,ng dcul W at home at schoo] or ,a'lth }us fnep.ds he could be suffering from severe depression dnerracai dependency or other emotional problems Don :. v.at There ls hope For a fre/e assessment all the HCA DePaul Psyd'uamc Network In New Orleans call 30,).8282 and on the Northshore 30?, 200 The tradmon of excei',ence HCA 00AUL i LPSYCH,ATRIC NETWORK__I I HCA DePaul Hosp,tal HCA DePaul Northshore Hospital 1040 Calhoun St DePaul Northshore Dr New :ieans. 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