The Eunice News

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The following are from the January 1999 files of The Eunice News.
Commissioner Dale Sittig, of Eunice, was elected chairman of the Louisiana Public Service Commission.
Gayle Keller, a native of Eunice, was to appear on an episode of CBS’s “As the World Turns.” Keller is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Keller.
Lindsy Brown and London Dodd, of Eunice High, were named All-American Cheerleaders by the NCA. They were to perform in the Aloha Bowl in Honolulu, Hawaii.

From The Eunice News files

From the January 1999 files of The Eunice News.
Elizabeth Reed Guillory, of Eunice, was presented the Martin Luther King award at the Liberty Theater as part of the Martin Luther King celebration. She was honored for her work with Parent’s Reach Out.
Gil Young forecast the Mardi Gras crowd to exceed 1,000 people. Carl Olivier was president; Nelson Godeaux, capitaine; Joey Schneider, co-capitaine; Pat Frey, co-capitaine; Lynn LeJeune, secretary; and Greg Savant and Young were board members.

From The Eunice News files

From the January 1999 files of The Eunice News.
Jesse Guillory was named Eunice Volunteer Fireman of the Year. The award was presented by Mayor Kenneth Peart. The top volunteer firefighters were Guillory, Robert Johnson, Fire Chief Gerald LeJeune, Volunteer Fire Chief Terry Darbonne, Charles Miller, Gayner Martel, Kenneth Duplechin, Silton Johnson, John Brown and Brenden Leger.
Gary Courville was named vice president of the St. Landry Parish Police Jury.

From the files of The Eunice News

The following are from the December files of The Eunice News.
Hubert “Kutch” Rougeau was elected president of the Eunice Chamber of Commerce. Other officers were Mrs. Myrtle McManus, first vice president; and Ray Kron, second vice president. The outgoing president was Yvonne Tujague.
The Eunice High School Booster Cloub named a committee to work toward a new stadium. Committee members were Mrs. Bernice Broussard, Mrs. T.J. LeBouef, Allen Ortego, T.J. LeBouef, Roland “Red” Prudhomme, Donald J. Bush, Jerry Hoffpauir, Lindsey J. “Red” Aucoin, Barry Soileau and Doris Eldred.

From The Eunice News files

The following is from the November 1998 files of the Eunice News.
April Guillory, 17, was named Miss Black Eunice in a pageant sponsored by the Eunice Chat-A-While Social and Civic Club.
The Eunice Players’ Theatre plan to present “Bad Year for Tomatoes” in December. Cast members were Jim Bird, James Cormier, Van Reed, Barbara Voinche, Deborah Ardoin, Missy Benoit and Jackie Thevis. Directors were Reed and Sharlene Montz.


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