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Ponchatoula dancers perform at Southeastern A variety of dance forms from ballet and tap to the cha-cha and aerobics are included in a new program by "dance- works," SLU's dance company, featuring dancers from Ponchatoula. The 50-minute performances are scheduled for 3:30 p.m., Nov. 19 and 20, and 7 p.m., Nov, 21, in the dance studio (Room 153) of the Health and Physical Education Building. Dr. Martie Fellom, director of Southeasterri's dance program, said the performances, which are free, are designed to enter- tain and recruit. "This is not a program of serious works," said Fellom. "We just want to present something entertaining that will demonstrate to the campus and community the variety of dance forms our students learn." Fellom said the company hopes the 3:30 p,m. performance will attract school children as well as Southeastern students and employees and the general community. The show will include jazz dance, ballet, tap, modern dance, folk dance, cha-cha, aerobic dance, fox trot, and clog routines, Fellom said. On the program are two jazz dance FOr health insurance with old- fashioned personal attention, see me. Patty Hubert ] 45 W Pine 386-8200 '1 ike a good neltjhDOr, State Farm IS theft, INSUl&fl(I Sfap Farm MLT,J AiJTnmobll$ Inurane CornDn routines, "Venus," choreographed by Fellom, and "We Don't Have to Take Our Clothes Off," choreographed by student Mike Thompson of Denham Springs. Thompson has also choreo- graphed a clogging routine and, with fellow student Dana Brewer of Baton Rouge, a modern dance piece, "The Crossing." Rene Keiffer, a student from Hammond, has choreographed an aerobic dance routine called "l Sweat." The company will also perform a tap routine devised by professional choreo- grapher Boby Audy. Dance faculty members have also created works for the program. The company will perform a "pas de deux" by Janet Butler West, and a modern dance piece, "Terpsichore in Sneakers," by Ann Jordan Wilde. Paula Ourso has choreographed "Russian Dance," a folk dance, and has collaborated with Fellom on a cha-cha number, "Moon- light Lady," and a fox trot, "The Next Time I Fall." Members of danceworks are Mike Thompson of Denham Springs, Chris Poleto of LaPlace, Frank Brown of Norco, Jesse Kunst of Covington, Greta Reasoner of Hammond, Mona Benti- vegna Crisp of Hammond, Renee Keiffer of Hammond, Dana Brewer of Baton Rouge, Ellen Comeaux of Pearl River. Jill Joffrion of Plaquemines, Amy Priez of Hammond. Also, Camille Bowler of Harahan, Karmin Carr of Baton Rouge, Amy Dancer of Pearl River, Gretchen Glapion of Slidell, Sharon Michiels of Hammond, Gina Randazzo of Hammond, Ann Stohl of PonchatouM, Heather Tickle of Metairie, Thursday Troyer of Metairie, Karen Willie of Folsom, Richard Woods of Baton Rouge, Clay Gillespie of PonchatoJla, Patricia Polito of Independence, Susie Pena of Denham Springs, Andrea Lawrence of Clinton, Tressa McCrory of Mandevflle and Tricia Smith of Ne v Orleans. LSU mid-year cutback to save $4.2 million LSU in Baton Rouge will hold com- mencement Dec. 17 then close its doors the next day for three weeks as part of a $4,2 million cutback which also calls for a freeze on hiring and equipment purchases, deferring maintenance, and cutting energy costs. During this three week period -- Dec. 18 to Jan. 7 -- only critical operations will be maintained, according to Chancellor James H. Wharton. SLU Play The SLU Theatre will stage the stir- ring drama "The Rimers of Eldrttch" Nov. 19-23 at the Vonnle Borden Theatre. The play, a controversial drama about small town prejudice, is the second offering of the Theatre's 1986-87 season. Curtain time is 8 p.m. and tickets are $3 general admission and $1.50 for students and senior citizens. Shown in a scene from the play are Karen Willie ('Eva"), a Southeastern student from Foisom, and Mack Hagood ("Robert"), of Covington, a senior at St. Pauls School. The play is directed by Laura Drake, a member of Southeastern's communications and theater depart. ment faculty. Citizens in service ARMY Army Reserve Pvt. Lester J. Ernst, son of Lawrence J. and Marie Ernst of 685 Sisters Road, Ponchatoula, La.. has completed basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Ernst is a 1985 graduate of Poncha- toula High School. ARMY Sgt. John M. Holley. son of Mildred S. Holley of Ponchatoula. La., has completed a U.S. Army primary leader- ship course in South Korea. Holley is a communications station controller with the 293rd Signal Company He is a 1978 graduate of Poncha- toula High School. Bootsy's 0 0 FISH BOX Catfish Served with toast and two of the following French tries, green salad or potato salad.. ONLY $3 99 386-3034 365 W. Pine St. THE PONCHATOULA TIMES, NOVEMBER 20, 1986, PAGE Springfield Elem. Honnor Roll ALL A'S Third Grade - Christopher Adam, Benjamin Baker, Kristie Bazile, First Grade . LaTrecha Authemht, Shannon Brewer, Georgianna Bright, Jamie Battaga, Jennifer Burchfield', Randy Bryant, Nicole Dominick, Morris Forbeo, Hi!Iary Harshman. "Mandy Efferson. Jessica Egle, Tonya Daniel Inman, Tiffany Jones. Larry Lee. Leighton Lindsey, Scarlett Ratcliff. Amanda Rogers. Angela Sance. Rvan Sullivan Second Grade - Fara Bennett, Ray Brown, Nadine Hutchinson, Colley Johnson. Douglas Landry. llema Morris, Jeremy Rogers, Angela Timber- lake, Erika Sibley, Leonard Vicks, Christina Williams. Jonathan Williams, Luke Wall Third Grade - Hildreth Bean, Ryan Kirkpatrick. Kristie Lee. Ricky Neal, Charles Richardson. Amanda Thomas Fourth Grade - Mervin Bazile, Missy Bell. Judie Cambre, Markala Cook. Bryony Horvath, Jaime Kinchen. Patricia Murry. Dani Richardson. Joel Stevens A AND B Hampton, Jennifer Kemp, Lloyd Kersey, Amy Kinchen. Jer'emy Kinchen, Stephen Labbe. Laura Miller. Benii McKinnev. Douctlas McKinney. First Grade - Jerome Anderson, Gary Arceneaux, Derek Austin. Shane Bonura. Brett Bourn. Jeremy Coursey. Renee' Cox. Michael DeArmond, Ellis Eaton, Jason Ergle, Wesley Fayard, Melissa Fontenot, Doug Fowler, Beth Granger, Jennifer Hines, Clayton Hol- land, Terrance Hoskins, Nicole Hutchin- son, Jeannie Jones. Cindy Kinchen, Ne- quondra Knighten, Joshu Lavigne, Norvie Lavigne, Christina Martin, Eric Maurer, Beth Methvien, Mark Owens, Doretha Pea, Amber Pinion. Nicholas Rushing. Misty Savoy, Jessie Seifert, Quenneather Simon, Clive Smith, Michelle Thomas, Christy Wells, Christo- pher Yawn Second Grade - Kelli Burrow, Tabi- tha Corkern, Deneshia Cox, Jeremy Donaldson. Marci Finley. Laronda George. Angela Harris, Lasonda Hoskins. Chris Hymel. Erica Kennedy, Cody Marchesseault, Julie May, Crystal Morgan, Kelly Morgan, Ethel McKinney, Jason McKinney, Kim McKinney, Larry Norman. Allen Parson. Katrise Richard- son, Amy Sance, Kenny Scott. Dean Sharp, Katrice Stanley, Jennifer ,ancy. Nicote Wallace- Roemer announces candidacy for governor With a promise that "This time, Louisiana wins," U.S. Rep. Buddy Roemer today announced his candidacy for governor in the 1987 election. "For six years as a United States' congressman, l've worked hard to bring opportunity to Louisiana," Roemer said in his announcement. 'Tin running for governor to bring full-time, get-it-done, tough leadership to our state We need it," he emphasized. 'Tm just like you. I love Louisiana. I want to put it to work again," Roemer said during a special statewide television broadcast. "Now, business as usual won't do that. Put the best teachers in the classrooms and pay them. Put the children ahead of the bureaucrats. Organize to get jobs -- they don't come free. Clean up our politics; let the sunshine in." The 43-year-old Roemer, a Democrat, said everyone in Louisiana is aware of the problems confronting our state today. "We all know the problems. My neighbors don't have jobs. Our children's education must get better. There's no plan to prepare us for next year -- much less the next i0 years." Laura Richardson, Sherri Russei Marilyn Slaght, Vernon Barry Wall, Kendall Wasden, Weimer, Chris Ratcliff, Kevin Courtney Young Fourth Grade - Sam Ardis, Edwards, Melinda Guitreau, Paille, Brandi Ratcliff, Darrel Roy Winkle rdt 00ide FROM PAGE ONE You might remember that it was Sailor Ron who on his last trip around the world served aboard the U.S.S. Ponchatoula. You can take the sailor out of Ponchatoula, but you can't completely remove Ponchatoula from the sailor's world. If Justice is Blind. at least Lawyer Trover is a bit bandaged this week thanks to the eye surgeon. Once his new lamps are uncovered, however, he'll be able to see what we've all been enjoying, the sight ot his lovely wife Marie. Drake & Firm's sweet (but relax fellas, firmly married) Dee went to wrestling with the Rotarians Saturday and sat next to President-elect Dave "'The Carpet Giant" Berwick (2 stores). The funny dwarf act and the wild antics and the strange behavior at the match were probably quite a thrill for pretty Dee (and just imagine how the action in the ring must have added to that experience!). What became of the downtown angle parking petition? The task of supplying the building trades and lumber supply houses and the bank credit departments with full business during November has passed from Tom Waterman's shoulders to Doug Johnson's (Is it garage, office or the most fashionable husband's doghouse ever built by a farsighted home improver?). Why is grandfatherly Joe Ebrecht sporting such a happy grin this week? Peck, Hardy wants to know if your new fans are still wobbling (If so, l'd hire new fanners from a different tropical island). Anyway, I'd like to offer this advise to Ponchatoula Policeman Elmer Schmidt: Your oil pump probably wouldn't get so clogged up if you'ld join the main street drag races and burned out all the carbon with a full throttle Pine Street run with the rest of them. Say, what ever happened to Donna and Patty Bums who used to live over on Highland? 1'11 see you all at the Winn Dixie for free cookies Saturday at 9 a.m. and then for the big parade in my honor up main street to my new luxury cage where l plan a big cagewarming. Bring the kids, please. I'll give the tenderest one a ride on my back-no charge(heh, heh). How about that mother of four boys Judy Lilly? P'lLoto Special k}r Seniors Lifetime heirloom leather portfolio depicting the completion of the most precious and memorable twelve years of your life combines in a fine portrait study including *cap & gown, classic tuxedo or drape, casuals, activity sittings(band, sports, cheerleuing, hobbles) and natural outdoor environmentals. "&pose portfolio $39.95 With the purchase of the heirloom pc you can get 3-8 x 10 $39. 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