St. Mary and Franklin Banner-Tribune from Franklin, Louisiana on March 25, 1980 · 8
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St. Mary and Franklin Banner-Tribune from Franklin, Louisiana · 8

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PAGE . 8t. Mary Frasvklla Banner-Tribune, Teesday, March 25, MM ----- ' Nicholls State rolls oui red carpet for literary t ally I V. Book Look THIBODALX-Nicholls SUte University rolled out the jed carpet Saturday when more than 1,000 itudents from nine surrounding parishes came to the campus for the South Central Louisiana Literary Rally. Representatives of all. academic colleges manned tables In the student union, handed out literature and answered questions from the students who were on campus to take teats In varlolus, academic disciplines as a prelude to state competition. In addition the Nicholls Computer Science Club, English Society, National Students Speech and Hearing chapter, ROTC and band had displays set up in the union ballroom. Other departments represented In the union were the registrar's office, the bousing office and the financial aid office. In the quadrangle, rally students received free hamburgers and cokes, served by members of the honorary agriculture fraternity, the Agriculture Club, the Pre-Vet Club and the Floriculture Club. . Funds for the refreshments were obtained from local banks including Lafourche National Bank, Citizens Bank and Community Bank In Thtbodaux, American Bank In Houma, First American Bank in Vacherle, and First UM3 ti4L- ownt fvTHv nmn d belongs to the Houto ' af . German name changed to 1 A:.- Britain's reigning monarch Saxe-Coburg and Qotha, a Windsor, during World War I. National Bank of St. Charles. Students were guided to various campus locations by members of the Acadian Colonelettes, the university's dance team. The college of business administration had its computer center available for the students to enjoy computer games. Another facility open was the university's gamerootn in the student union. Although the university has hosted toe rally for a number of years, this wu the first time such an effort had been made, to welcome the students, Dr. Wade Ledet, executive secretary of the rally association and dean of University College, explained. : "University officials were pleased with the activity, and look forward to adding more in the future," he added. ! The idea originated with the English Society which then contacted campus academic to participate, plained. other groups ex- Lasagna loving cat, Garfield is at it again BY MICHELE COHEN Even tboush Garfield and Jon are at odds with each Ever bear of a cat who loves to eat lasagna, chase other at times they still admire and love each other Obituary Oscar L. Tklbodeaa Oscar L. Thibodeaux died suddenly in bis home Saturday evening. He was 46 years old. Thibodeaux was a native of Weeks Island and a resident of Charenton. Ha is survived by his wife Theresa Dubois and his brothers Rene Jr. of Lake-Charles, and James and Lawrence of Lydia. Visitations will be held tonight from 5 to 10 p.m. at Ibert's Funeral Home. Services will be held at Ibert's Chapel on Wednesday at 10 a.m. He will be burled in Franklin Cemetery. v'Yv .. ' A V .will focus aiiontion to parish ' Eight Acadia na parishes will be the focus of afc tention by Acadiana Youth, Inc., beginning April , Easter Sunday. AYI is the Lafayette-based, federally funded,; non-profit organisation that maintains two homer for the ' abused J and neglected , children of Acadiana. Last year over BSD cases of child aSuse and neglect were repftd to the parishes of Aesa, Iberia, Lafayette, Evan-sline, St Undry, St. Martin, St Mary aid Vermilion. These children were taken care of In the Children's Shelter and Pollux House, both of which are administered by AYI; , :?"-.',.: The Shelter is a tenv porary Jbome for children between J and 18, who kava been physically or , sexually abused sqd neglected The facility is housed in a comfortable, home-like atmosphere. Pollux House is a home for young girls only between 12 snd 18 The girls are not lawbreakers, but have family and school problems and are often the victims of abuse ' and neglect themselves, t .-.'.f.: Trained counselors 'staff both facilities. Each year AYI turns to Co the people of Acadiana in a "Helping Hand" fund drive to help meet the expense of housing these boys and Is. Fifteen dollars per for each child must be locally to qualify for federal and state inamcl ftmft ,'.,ii;..:';: Further information is available from Fred Sloan, executive director, P.O. -. Box 51163, Lafayette? IM f 70505, or by phonta as I 1330. CP"'-!' " .-.. 'jia 5a'; dogs, destroy a mailman, and fears mice? This cat's name is Garfield snd he inhabits a space in a daily comic strip. For those readers who are old Garfield fans or are newly arqustnUri with the comic strip character, mere's good news at hand! Garfield's cartoonist Jim Davis has jus written a book filled with hilarious Garfield situations. The book called GarneU At Large (with a picture of Garfield on the cover saying "I resent that") Is fun filled fast rending that la gtiaranteed to keep the reader chuckling from start to finish. In his first book, Garfield outsmarts hla owner Jon, bis friend Lyman, and Lyman's dog, Odie. Garfield isn't too happy with Ode staying in his house; in fact Garfield Isn't loo fond of does altogether. When Jon asks Garfield what he wants for Christmas Garfield reptys "100 slave dogs,'' Jon answers "a alee fluffy ban of yarn" Garfield comes back with "I think IH put a piranha In his Christmas stocking." He does however, think highly of Rln-Tln-Tln. "I'd say Rin-Tin-Tin baa greatly Influenced my career. Good actor, nice dog ... dippy name." Besides not liking dogs, Garfield hates sets. He describes diets as "die with a t at the end." His favorite : food is lasagna. It Is believed that Garfield was bora in an Italian restaurant weighing five pounds, six ounces at birth. That's a lot of cat. The restaurant owner had to choose between closing his restaurant because the pasta loving kitten would est him out of business, or seU him to s pet store where his present owner Jon ArbuckJefound 5 Mm. - j r 1 Another Garfield hobby is sleeping. He gets sleeping attacks. He Isn't sure of what he loves more eating or sleeping. It seems as if the eating comes out slightly ahead. Jon complains to Garfield, "You sleep too much, you eat too much, and you watch too much television." Garfield quips back, "What does Jon expect of me, anyway? I'm only human." ' Jon often gets angry at his furry friend for scratching " his favorite chair or pair of pants. Garfield even humiliated his owner. Jon announced, "that's the last time I'll take you to the grocery store, Garfield. I've never been so humiliated in my life." Garfield retorts, "So I ate the pastry section, big deal." , Garfield At Large Is very funny, It's a book for both i cat lovers and cat haters. People who aren't too erary about cata will be mad about Garfield. Reading Garnets at Urge won't only make you chuckle, it will make you laugh out loud. He is a very fumy cat. In one frame he is I watching the Mickey Mouse show, sitting in a chair with i a mouseketeer hat on, Jon laughs and says, "A cat who likes Mickey Mouse." Garfield isponos with, "shake it, Annette." . ; , ' , greatly. Jon is sitting alone looking sad when Garfield ; comes trotting over with a warm smile on his face and aits In Jon's lap. Jon says, "Cats are nice to have when you're feeling lonely." In a lonely mood, GarneU at Urge will turn a frown into a smile. If you are happy GarfleM At Large is j guaranteed to make you happier. ian Cuisine 203 Wilson 828-5180 Has New Hours: Monday - Wodnosday 0 to 5 p.m. Thursday - Friday 8 to 7 p.m. Auto and Homcown Insurance New Location Harold Robicheaux Agency 1014 Main St., Franklin Across from Richard's IGA ' Phone: tt2&jUaki i Come to vtetiorxtf.SirrfY ypurKSs. ; Metropolian ropirtnd Liability IM.C.,Wanlck,R.I. . 5iiktl.ryf MtraiolltiUH. . . rs' r.'fiti r.' will bo Inducted info ft. C. 'ir MCnGAN CITY, LA. A class of M candidates win be Inducted It's tbe Fourth of Patriotic ttjt of the Knights id Cvhxnbus in Morgan City a Saturday, , March O, ?-3orSaj - to F.C. Ctrlst, rister of tbe Fourth .Cc;ree for Louisiana District II. The das 'of W can didates far. the fraternal society's lushest decree of membership " has been dedicated to Bishop Warren L. Boudreaux, and his newly-estsbliihed Diocese - of ;-Houma-Thlbodsux. Bishop Boudreaux Is a native of nearby Berwick.- : Mssr. ; J.J. Rousseau Assembly of the Pourtn Desree be host for the ceremonial , of exem-Dliflcatlon'ihd Inductton. Lynn J. Drury Is the host faithful naytar. Registration of can-sdates wUl begin at U a.m. on Saturday, March ta, in tbe home of Morgan City Council 1373, on Chennault Street. The ceremonial of exec-: jflcation and induction wlU begin there at 2:30 p.m. . Eishop Boudreaux will cclsbrate a Vigil Man at 8:50p.m.,lntheWynadotte -9ch!sferi-- The exemplification banquet honoring the new members of the Fourth Degree will follow at 8:15 p.m., in Council 1373 hall. Dr. Carroll J. Falcon, dean of Nicholls State University,; will be principal speaker at the banquet. Norman H, Breaux will be banquet master i f of coKinotaiflsii' '- . j " John H. Shields, of Litue Rock, Ark., Vice Supreme f Master of , the Fourth Degree, will give -the charge . to the candidates. Louisiana District n is made up of Fourth Degree assemblies domicilei. in Alexandria, Abbeville, BunkJe, Crowley, Eunice, Franklin, Jennings Lafayette, Lake Charles, Mamou, MtfaMB. Opelousas, i fctfd Shreveport. '' to Vnvr . - - not! 12 By Elaine Monroe, Fashion Director ' Sears, Retbuek and Co. Fragrance! No well-dreated woman should be without it, mm a lrruJlAatlUtwi ';rv " , whether you wear your scent in the form of perfume, toilet water, cologne, per fume oil or solid perfume,' realize that fsagraneee tradi ttonally have been divided into seven different cat. lories. Read all about It and you're on your way to choos ing the scents that are right for you, right for gifts: 1. Single florals feature one note like carnation or rose 2. Fruity blends include the popular lemon fragrances. 3. Floral bouquets are Just that, a beautiful blending. 4. Modern blends seem crisp, brlaht and sparkling. 5. Oriental scents can be laced with musk or amber. 6. 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