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:OUR Th ,!50 to nuni' ristrna eeting infor Sixth furth g ', q Eth ,s ar onth3 II ! ! ! I I I I I SOCIETY HONOR ROLL Sixth Grade A-B: Marie Barnes, Brandi Belletto, Dawana Clark, Stacy Cockerham. Melissa DePaula. Shannon Downs, Nicole Fazande, Susan Foster, Jenny Fussell. Rachel Jenkins, Laurie LaPlante, Amy Lashouto, Rebecca Pruitt. Cathy Saucier. Beckey Smith, Laura Smith. Shannon Smith, Jason Stafford, Brandon Thomp- son, Nicole Thompson, Amy Vuletich B-Average: Monica Ballard, Matthew Black, Tammie Black, Nikki Bridges. Robin Burroughs, Colleen Butler, Heidi Cabler, Casey Coates. Becky Cook, Jacob Cox. Tracy Dampeer. Carolyn Easley, Kris Forrest, Rebecca Gabriel, Julie Giannobile, Chrystal Gilusa, Waylon Givens. Chris Gouedy. Chani Holloway. Brent Hymel, Amy Jenkins. Melissa King, Tashunda Kirk, Rachel Kirsch. Brad Kluka, Stacy Knight, Lisa Landry, Kristi Lavigne, Adam Lobell, Jeanne Lutt- mann. Linda Meriwether, Jenny Pass- man. Mark Perrin, Jennifer Rendine, Claudette Reno. Shelly Russell, Nicole Schafer, Jay Stricker, Melissa Threeton. Frank Tumage, Monica Valenti. Michelle Vining, Kempy Wadsworth, Robin Wall Principal Achievement Stanley Brown, Rachel Brandt, Bryan Vinyard Elementmy Castjohn, Marshall Hollis, Carlos Jack- son, Karen Kendall, Sherry Morgan Fifth Grade A-B: Tiffany Aime, Deidre Arnaud, Amy Ballard, Raegan Barrosse, Amanda Berry, Matt Black, Katy Charles, Michelle Cook. Wendy Curtis, Christopher Kudel, Kallie Kuebler, Melissa Kuhn, Jennifer Lee, Shelly Meades, Rhonda Norred, Kim Richardson, Lee Richardson, Kristie Rousselle. Antoinette Ruberstall. Aimee Sherman, Matya Thorn, Bree Weaver, Erica Williams B-Average: Phillip Bankston, Kenneth Barnes, Mike Bohning, Christinia Castell, Peronous Clark. Patrick Cleveland, Ateja Cyprian, Amy Dominguez. Catherine Forstall, Christy Griffin, Kim Hastings, Christy Hill, Melodi Holliday, Travis Holloway, Misty Joiner, Angela Kara- sinski, Chris Kelly, Ray Kimble, Jodi Kinchen. Heather Lombas, Velisa Mar- shall, Kevin Medley. Tonya Meyne, Bridgette Milton. Nikki Mosely, Jan Neidhamer, Barbara Nettles, Ronald Perret, Jim Picou. Melissa Poche, Tinna Robertson. Rene' Russell, Brant Russo. T.J. Schilling. Trey Shockley. Heather Smith, Deborah White, Michelle Williams Operation Santa Claus Help! Needs Your Operation Santa Claus is a parishwide effort to collect food and toys for our needy neighbors this Christmas. If you or your organization can help, please let us know. For more information, call Jones lntercable or WHMD. O 748-9837 AMITE WFPR FREE Installation of Any Service With Donation 345-7801 HAMMOND Swiss Quartz Diamond Watches ON SALE NOW 14K Gold 14K Gold J.C. Rings 9s I V Rings $49" Everyday Low Prices u.-,+lonogram Jewelry rg JewelryMfg. & Repair John Mollere wins! Chamber ot Commerce President Mrs. Jeanne Zaleski holds up the winning ticket bearing the name of John Mollere during Friday's Brad & Vitt Exxon Las Vegas Drawing, a weeks-long promotion to attract customers to the station while main street was kept under construction. Customers .clot to fill out raffle tickets for $100, plane fare back and fourth to Las Vegas, and three days and two nights of lodging for two. Winston Bradley (left) and partner Bobby Vitter look either happy for the grand winner, or relieved the road construction is finally coming to an end, or both! (Times Photo) "Teddy Bear Christmas" theme announced by Gardenettes "Teddy Bear Christmas" is the theme for the annual Christmas lighting contest sponsored by The Gardenettes. There will be an overall category for both business and homes, and three additional categories for homes only these include: 13 Door 2.) Tree (visible from the street) 3.) Window Judging will be conducted between Dec. 19-20. Applications will be available at the Ponchatoula Library. You must register to be eligible for ribbon judging. All homes in the 386 telephone exchange are eligible for judging. Contest chairman are Mrs. Terry Ann McMahon and Mrs. Mary Dampier. Happy Birthday November 28-Mark Leonard, Lucille Kraft, Kenny Paul Mathews November 29-James Johnson, Jr., Father Emmanuel Camilleri, Robert Rimes, Liz Zeringue, Estelle Beau- champ November 30-Wayne Matherne, Peter Reyes, Curtis Pinion, Sr., Clara Louque, Doylene Hebert, Jerry Selph December 1-Jamie Bankston, Chad Penn, Jimmy Darouse, Anne Boudreau David Messiner, Kelly Joseph Kimble, Satilda Viator December 2-Ruth Wineberger, Jonathan Pottle, Amber Gregoire, Charles Watts, Jackie McCurley December 3-Michael Graves, Chuck Camp, Charlie Trabona, Katherine Merrit December 4-Wendy Rae Jacobsen, Dallas Rushing, Sam Watts, Cheryl Laiche, Evelyn Lamonte, Ruth Faust, Melvin Meyers, Larry Roberts, Ashley Brigette Dugas, Sarah Pepitone, Llnda Meyers, Jack L. Cameron Happy Anniversary November 29.Wayne & Rhea Ann Matherne, Andrew & Olive Poche, Grant & Charlene Ayme November 30.Thomas & Geraldine Ragan December 1-E.J. & Sissy Raiford, Michael & Linda Graves December 2-Mei & Myrtle Lusk, Jr., Dennis & Wiima Perrin December 3-Bubba & Doylene Hebert December 4-David & Susan Wolff, Mike & Nadine Rau THE PONCHATOULA TIMES, NOVEMBER 28, 1985, SEC. A, PAGE FIVE Garden Club guests Longtime president New garden club pres. New officers announced at annual Thanl00sgiving feast By VIOLET COLLIER Times Garden Editor The Community Garden Club held its annual Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday, Nov. 21 at the club building in Memorial Park. Some 70 guests were entertained. Mrs. Elaine Ernst met the guests in the front dining room and they were presented with a name tag and a corsage. A beautiful table was laid with eggnog and punch and guests met and chatted with friends. The dinner was served from the main dining room and the Thanksgiving motile was everywhere. Beautiful fall arrangements of chrysan- themums were everywhere. The Mayor and city councilmen with their spouses, the Fire Chief and his wife were there, Mrs. Lillian Ordoyne, assistant Police Chief and also a club member, repre- sented the police department due to the chief being ill. Councilman Gramps Fitzmorris gave a beautiful Thanksgiving prayer at the start of the meal. The ladies of the club are truly culinary artists. At the close of the dinner the presiding president, Mildred Glover, presented the Mayor's wife, Mrs. Alice Gideon, with a check for the City Hall. Mrs. Gideon graciously received the check for the mayor who was ill and could not be there. Assistant Chief Lillian Ordoyne received a check for the police department. Fire chief McLaurin received a check for the fire depart- ment and thanked the club, telling us how the fire department uses and needs these donations. Mrs. Violet Collier received a check for the Collinswood Museum and thanked the club. Each city councilman was introduced and each gave a very interesting talk. New officers for the coming year were introduced: Elaine Ernst, president; Mildred Butich, treasurer; Billie Picou, Secretary. Last but not least, a trophy was presented to our outgoing President Mildred Glover who has been president of this club many times during the years since the club was organized back in the early 1900's. She has worked untiringly and given her most devotion to the Community Garden Club. We love you Mildred and wish you many more years of happiness and we are looking forward to working with you for the betterment of our community. God Bless you always, from all the Garden Club ladies who have worked with you through the years. You are truly an outstanding citizen of our town. The club would like to thank Mrs. Terry McMahon from The Ponchatoula Times and Don Ellezy of the Enterprise for being our guest for dinner and for the coverage they have given us. Irma Coumes spotlighted artist of the month By SHIRLEY HAFER Irma Coumes is being honored this month by the Ponchatoula Artisans. Her paintings are found in homes across the nation and also abroad, as well as having been exhibited at the past World's Fair in New Orleans. Her work can be enjoyed at the Ponchatoula Gallery, 124 E. Pine St. Springfield C.R.D. news By SHANA TANTILLO Club Reporter For C.R.D. projects in November, Springfield 4-H members collected children's story books in recognition of National Book Week. The books were placed in 7th Ward General Hospital waiting rooms by Janeth Randall, Steve Strickland, Tab Lobell, Tricia Martin, and Keith Howes. Also, for Thanksgiving, Club members made. Thanksgiving cards for the residents of Belle Maison Nursing Home. Plans have been made for Christmas caroling at the home in December. Community Christmas Concert Any thurches or school groups that would like to perform please contact: Cindy Newton, 386- 2478. The concert will take place December 13, 7 p.m. at the Community Center. Holiday closings at the library Parish librarian Frank Kasprowicz announces that all branches of Tangipahoa Parish Library will be closed November 28, 29, and 30 for the Thanksgiving holidays. The Director and Staff of Tangipahoa Parish Library wish the people of Tangipahoa Parish a Happy Thanksgiving. Santa's Coming To Town & Country Plaza Friday November 29 tl00, 1 2 noon Bring the Kicls to see Santa arrive at Town & Country his Fire Engine and They'll receive FREE Treats f, ,r saying Hi! This Christmas it's Town & Country for all your Christmas Shopping Needs HWY 190 JuST OFF 1-55 STORES WITH DRIVE-UP P,4IKING FOR YOUR (ONVF, NI|NCE