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PORTS 00riff Layrisson ,pens firing range to hunters Sheriffs Report With deer season opening in Tangi- Path Saturday Sheriff Ed Layris- has set extended public hours at the firing range in Amite for rifle "The firing range will be open to the from 9 a.m. until dark Tuesday, 18 through Saturday, Nov. 22 for public to sight in rifles," the sheriff Deputy Jim Creel said he has been the additional range instruction as a public service. He said. can come out here and sight in rifles up to 100 yards to be ready for opening day. We suggest that hunters come here to sight because of the safety of the range and because they can rest rifles on stationary tables to fire so that exact targeting can be accomplished. This should also reduce complaints concerning people shooting high powered rifles near residences as hunters get ready for the up coming season. Hunters should not only re- sight each season, but by coming to the range they can be sure of the response of their particular ammunition and check the mechanical safety of their weapons." ,mnasts capture honors Twelve members of the M & M Gym- team participated in the oldest y held meet in the state. The Baton Rouge Open had over gymnasts, both boys and girls from ma and Mississippi. Area did well in the three day cam- Class IV 7 year olds: Angle Fung of won the allround title 32 other gymnasts, placing first and beams, second in bars and in floor. Kathy Ligon from Ham- placed ninth in fifth in beam and floor. Class IV 8 year olds: Courtney of Springfield was the top all- finisher competing against 26 gymnasts. Young placed first in third in floor and fourth in bars. Class IV 9 year olds: Kelly Seale of placed fifth allround with Russell of Amite close behind to seventh against 31 other imnasts. Seale was third in beam and in bars. Russell was second in bars fifth in beam. Class IV I0 year olds: Kaci Failer of was second allround, with Settoon of Amite was fifth in the year old division. Faller was first in third in vault, sixth in floor and ruth in bars. Settoon was fourth in m and seventh in bars. Class IV 11 year olds: Cindy Chaucer of Hammond competed against 45 gymnasts to place fifth in bars and finish eleventh in the allround. Class III 9 year old Katie Uter of Pan- chatoula placed fifth in bars. Laurie Mayeaux of Loranger placed seventh in bars in the I0 year old division. In the 12-13 year old division, Angle Crad- dock of Amite won vaulting and placed fourth in bars to finish sixth in the all- round. Class III 11 year olds: Chantel Young of Springfield and Angel Brouillette were in head to head competition. Brouillette won vaulting while Young placed sixth. Brouillette was second in bars; Young took sixth place again. Beam favored Young who took third, but floor was Brouillette's. She placed fifth. In the allround the two 11 year olds were close again. Brouillette, a sixth grader at Holy Ghost, placed third. Young; a student at Springfield Ele- mentary, placed fourth. M & M Gymnastics is scheduled to do an exhibition at Springfield Elementary on Nov. 12, for the student body. The girls will then compete in Metairie. The final qualifying round for Class III is in Ruston. December 5 & 6 is M & M's home meet, the Strawberry Open which will be held at Southwood Academy this year. HONOR ROLL Vinyard Elementary School FIFTH GRADE All "A's-Charles Barica, Chris Moore "A-B"-Erin Anderson, Summer Arms, Baldwin, Angle Caprera, Mindy Marris Dillard, Gregory Flet- Caralyn Foster, Betty Gainey, Garrick, Sharee' Garvin, Leonora Stephen Hamadeleine, Kandice Gina McLin, Bobby Murray. Heel, Wade Peltier, Stephanie Melissa Rantz, Josh Richardson, Robertson, Kevin Sheckley, tina Sierra, Shane Stafford, Chris Amy Williamson, Leslie "B" Average-Heather Anderson, Ily Bates, Eianda Boles, Leilani Boles, Bowman, Waymon Cochran, Colkmire, Sean Cook, Wendel Jaime Courouleau, Nellie Sean Francis, Amenda Gomez, Gross, Keith Hardy, Wade Lane Jenkins, Gretchen Royce Latshaw. Charyn Lewis, Lloyd, Tyrone London, Amy Elizabeth Mahfouz, Rachel hlin, Wendy Millman, Kelli Sonny Oliver, Jonathan Dougla Pearce, Cody Pfister. Stevens. Josh Stilley, Jessica Thompson, Timmy Trahan, Ara Travelbee, Crystal Ussin, Nick Vuletich, Marion Wilson, Bryan Wolfe, Natalie Wright, Lonnie Yancy SIXTH GRADE "A.B"-John Ballard, Phillip Bankston, Glen Terry Hanna, Angela Karasinski, Kallie Kuekler, Jennifer Lee, Kim Richardson, Missy Rombach, Matya Thorn. Bree Weaver, Erica Williams "B".Tiffany Aline, Amy Ballard, Kenny Barnes, Raegan Barrose, Amanda Berry, Matt Black, Mike Bohning, Jeremy Brescher, Katy Charles, Peronous Clark, Lisa Michelle Cook, Cindy David, Chantell Davis, Steven Disher, Amy Dominguez, Catherine Forstall, Lorrie Foster, Shah- non Frederick, Scott Gregoire. Christi Griffin, Wendy Haydel. Travis Holioway, Misty Joiner, Melissa Kuhn, Heather Lomhus, Shelly Meades, Tonya Meyn, Jan Neidhamer, Barbara Nettles, Rhonda Norred, Ran Petrel, Lee Richardson. Tinna Robertson, Carla Rogers, Kristie Rouselle, Brant Russo, Tee J. Schilling, Angel Sharp, Heather Smith, Stephen Stegemeyer, Richard Lm mie Polk, ZackRibera, Stilley, Marly Stricker, Amy Suther- lllp Rohner. Shannon Rousselle, land Ken Waugh, Leigh White. Debbie Samro , Michael Schilling. Whit'e, Donald Williams Starke.. ary Stevens. Sherry I] I 1:00 am-3. O0 pm Buffet K ADULTS $13.95 CHILDREN UNDER 12: $6.95 MAKE RESERVATIONS EARL Y! MENU: ENTREES Sliced Breast of Turkey with Spiced Peach, Sliced Roast Beef au jus, Sliced Honey Glazed Ham, Crawfish Cornbread Dressing, Oyster Tasso Dressing, Corn Macque Choux, Candied Yams, Green Beans with New Potatoes, Fresh Broccoli in Cheese Sauce SALADS THE PONCHATOULA TIMES, NOVEMBER 20, 1986, PAGE ELEVEN Register at the Center By MARGIE LESSARD Times Reporter Due to the fact that Western Auto store has closed, all baseball business and registration will take place at the Ponchatoula Community Center that includes: Little Farm, Big Farm, Dixie Youth and Dixie Majors. Great volleyball Miss Stacy Pevey, daughter of Coach Paul Pevey who with fellow coach Sidney Alexander led St. Joseph's girl volleyball team to a win. nlng season and a fourth place finish, displays the form that brought home the victories. A team picnic hosted by Richard and Lydia Palisi Saturday at the Palisi home east of Ponchatoula put the perfect cap on a great season. (Times Photo) Montelpre hosts free seminar "Exlectations and Considerations of Nursing Home Life" will be the topic of a free educational seminar to be pre- sented by the staff and residents of Montelepre Nursing Home, 1300 Derek Drive in Hammond, November 20 at 7 p.m. Information presented will be use- ful for anyone considering nursing home admission for themselves or family members. Among topics to be covered are types of nursing homes, levels of care offered in each, methods of financing, staffing requirements and daily activities for residents. The workshop will last about an hour and a hail and will bgir'. ,i*h a short documentary on nursing homes entitled, "Ctmnging Places". The documentary will be followed by comments and a question/answer session by nursing home staff and residents. After the session, the public is invited to stay for refreshments and "Let Us Entertain You", a skit put on by the staff in appreciation of the residents for being part of their lives. This is a free seminar and the public is invited to attend. ,,. ,. 4P,,.alM. Veterans Day observances By E.J. ROLLING The Veterans Day services at the Ponchatoula Cemetery were very com- mendable There was a very nice turn out in spite of the weather. The agenda was prayers said by the chaplain, a short talk by the commander and auxiliary president, a firing squad and Taps. After the services every one went to the Legion Home for a pot luck supper and entertainment by Gene Ferrant and his band. The music and singing were both very enjoyable. Our heartfelt thanks to the people who attended the services and to Gene Ferrant and his Music Makers STYSA Soccer Scores UNDER 6 T.H. Burt Over Wainwright Plumbing Lion's Club Hammond Over KC's Indy T.K. 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Letelller pose outside 2 78 the newly reorganized home for boys 6' GREEN CLEAR, HANDY PACK Tomato Italiano, SOUPS " who have run afoul of the law and are ASTRO-TURF / POLYETHYLENE LIGHT BULBS Smoked Turkey and Andouille Sausage Gumbo, beth 9 rehabflltated along the institute s / : 9 e Chilled Cranherry end Cream Soup philoophy It is easler_to bul!d boys, 1 2 9 ,o ,, \\;.? ,0.:0 ,o, " DESSERTS than i to mend men. Frtda s open , & b ..... ,oh, / ,,., O. 60, 7s, oo wo.s Pumpkin Pie with Chantilly Cream, Pecan Pie, house introduced changes Introduced Sweet eotato Pie, Cream Puffs and Chocolate Eclairs, rounding reliaftce by Jgckson which include more self and community.mare serviCeLetellier,tO the sUr-a QUANTITIES LIMITED G4 I Cheecake 'n Strawberries. Baklava DRUaIbb00 810000t]POOD O[]l RESTAURANT (OF HAMMOND) .,o .w. ,vi,  . 542.51110 '- -k - , . F.,    ....... successful New Orleans lawyer, is a true believer in Reynolds, since he credits the institution in its early years with taking him as a Juvenile delin- quent and turning his life around. Look for a follow-up story soon in The Ponchatoula Times. Times Photo) 142 So. Bth St. Ponchatoula 386-3525