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/ Page 2 The Woodville Republican, Thursday, January 22, 2015 MISSISSIPPI'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER - ~tablhhed 1824 00/ ni. 7 2e nbliCan Woodvil[e, Mississippi 39669 Andrew J. Lewis ....................................... Publisher/Editor Lili R. Lewis ...................... Associate Editor/Adv. Manager Frances C. Devening ................. . ........................ Typesetter Kathleen Geter Daly ........................................ Bookkeeper THE WOODVILLE REPUBLICAN (USPS No. 462-260) is published weekly on Thursdays. Subscriptions: $28.00 per year in Wilkinson County, $30.00 per year outside Wilkinson County & in Miss., and $32.00 per year outside Mississippi. 50’ per copy. Office located 425 Depot Street, Woodville, MS 39669. Telephone (601) 888-4293, FAX (601) 888- 6156. Email: wrepublican @ Periodicals Post- age Paid at Woodville, MS 39669. POSTMASTER: Send all address changes to THE WOODVILLE REPUBLICAN P.O. Box 696, Woody e, MS 39669-0696. A column by thousands of years; and it Rev. Bobby Thornhill, Pastor is the nucleus of the Gospel ULL COACH TALKS TO CA BASEBALL TEAM -- Centreville & White's Chapel message of Jesus Christ. University of Louisiana-Lafayette Head Baseball United Methodist Churches It iS made all the moreCoach Tony Robichaux, center, is shown flanked powerful in that this word "For I will surely de- is given to one other than by Centreville Academy JV Coach Rob Borde, liver you, and you shall a Jew; God's grace and lon, left, and CA Varsity Coach Jason Home. On not fall by the sword; mercy is offered to all who Wednesday night January 7, at Vine Brothers but your life shall be as trust Him, even an Ethio- Restaurant in Centreville, Coach Robichaux gave a prize to you, because plan eunuch. Peter tells us you have put your trust that "all scripture is profit- a phenomenal talk to the coaches, players and par- in Me," says the Lord." able," and here, tucked in ents of the Centreville Academy baseball program. Jeremiah 39:18 (NKJV) an out of the way place is His speech was centered around Jesus, The Bible, This statement made by one of the great truths of and serving others. His message to the coaches God to Jeremiah for the the Bible; those who put was for them to help develop young men, not just Ethiopian eunuch, Ebed- their trust in the Lord will Melech, might be over- be delivered. Even as God baseball players. His message to the players was looked because it is uttered was destroying Jerusalem about "buying in" to what the coaches are trying almost as an afterthought and Judah for their un-to do and to help your fellow teammates. His mes- once Jerusalem has fallen, faithfulness, He was de- sage to the parents was about teaching children It is, however, as near per- livering one in their midst not to quit a task and the importance of work- fect a statement of God's who trusted Him, one who message to humanity as is might have been consid-ing hard. Coach Robichaux told everyone what contained in Scripture. I ered insignificant to those he looks for in a college baseball player. Coach will deliver you if you put around him, and God sent Robichaux has a career record of 994-664, and he your trust in Me, is the one of His greatest proph- looks to collect his 1000th career win this season. very essence of what God ets to bring Ebed-Melech has told the Israelites for the good news! Centreville Academy is looking forward to a great season this year as the first game approaches on Monday, February 9. -- Submitted Photo Jan. 11, 2014 To up-date your voter re- Dear Andy, cord we need a correct physical Since I wrote last~ my PC address, correct mailing ad- has crashed and I have no dress, the last 4 numbers of printer. Hope my long hand your Soda] Security Number, can be read. a correct birth date and a valid As we all know our county signature. elections ~ll be held this fall. I want to thank family There are many factors affect- members and friends for in- ing voters. We had a redistrict- forming us of the death of their ing resulting in voters being loved ones. It helps us so much. moved from one district to an- By law we have to have docu- other. Many new registration mentation so we can research cards have been returned, ff from this information. you have moved within the last In a related matter, there few years, mail from our office will be a Democratic Primary, or from the Circuit Clerlds of- run by the Democratic Execu- floe may have been retume& tive Committee, Election Com- If this has been the case, you missioners offer any assistance may have been marled a confir- including helping to train poll marion (~rck If we received no workers and givinglegal advice response from you, you would on the conduction of elections. have been made inactive, and etc. In fact, we would be happy you can not vote on the ma- to enter into a contract, at no chine. You will have to vote on cost to the committee, to run a paper ballot. Please ch~k the election with them. Please with your election commis- contact me, Jo Ann Smylie, sioners or the Circuit Clerk's Chair, Election Commissioner, office and they can give you phone home 601-645-5802 or the status of your vote. Both our office 601-888-6146 or call offices have up-date forms. Any your election commissioner. changes or corrections must be Thanks in advance. made in writing with a valid The Willdnson County Cir- signature, cult Clerlds phone is 601-888- The Federal government 6697. has given us the guidelines for Sincerely, the confirmation cards. This Jo Ann Smylie falls under the HAV Act (Help Election Commissioner America Vote). Chair Haley Haygood Named To Fall 2014-Dean's List The Universityofthe Cure- To be eligible students berlands (UC) Office of the must have achieved a grade Vice President for Academic of "A" in convocation while Affairs has announced that maintaining a minimum cu- one local area student has mulative scholastic standing been named to the UC Dean's of 3.50. List for the 2014 fall semester. Haley Haygood of Liberty The school is located in Wil- was named to the UC Fall liamsburg, Kentucky. 2014 Dean's List. CYO In Centreville Hosts Mardi Gras Parade Jan. 24 CONCORDIA METAL |NC, OPEN MONDAY - FRIDAY . 7:30 A.M.. 4:30 P.M. Aluminum- Cans " Copper Brass * Junk Cars FERRIlDAY - VIE}ALIA HWY 318/336- 5218 1 - 800- 722- 6264 It's Not Too Late For BP Funds! The Courts Have Ruled.... If you own any business ANYWHERE IN MISSISSIPPI, and not submitted or had your BP CLAIM reviewed, sefllement funds may be available for you. We conduct a confidential, no cost analysis to determine if you can recover. CALL OUR OFFICE IMMEDIATELY as a deadline is approaching! 1-800-595-6244 bbyM The Law Offices of Bo oak, P.C. The Mississippi Supreme Court advises that a decision on legal services is important and should not be based solely on advertisements, Pree background information available upon request. IJstin9 of these previously mentioned areas of practice does not indicate any certification of expertise therein. For information on this office you may con- tact the Mississippi Bar at 601-948-4471. Have you received automated lls (also called "robo callsi!) or unsolicit ; text messages toyohr mobile ph e from If so, #m. For call: NO .... phens tt mey • ........ ~' : B rmmg m • Alabama Free background i~o~on available on request REPRESENTATION IS MADE THAT THE QUALITY OF LEGAL SERVICES TO BE PERFORMED IS GREAT ER THAN TM E QUALITY OF LEGAL SERVICES PERFORMED BY OTHER LAWYERS Robert Collins Roseland Cemetery in Gloster under the direction of Brown Funeral services for Rob- Funeral Home. ert Collins, 79, of Woodville She was bern November be held at New Zion Hill 23, 1973, in Memphis, Ten- Baptist Church near Wood- nessee, the daughter of Joe ~lle at 11 a.m. on Thursday, and Ann Johnson. January 22, 2015, conduct- She was a very caring and ed by the Reverend Tyser compassionate caretaker and Brown. a member of Crosby Baptist Burial will follow in East Church. Cedar Rest Cemetery in She was preceded in death Wood~lle under the direc- by her maternal grandfather, tion of Webb Funeral Home and paternal grandparents of Natchez. and her father, Joe Johnson. Visitation will be held at Survivors include her ma- the church on Thursday from ternal grandmother, Nathalie 10 a.m. until time of the ser- Johnston of Cresby; mother, vice at 11 a.m. Chestley Ann Johnson of Mr. Collins was born inCrosby; one sister, Sonya Ann the Lessley community of Bowman of Crosby; a brother, Wilkinson County on April 6, Joey Johnson of Hattiesburg; 1935, the son of the late Wil- daughters, Chasity Harveston lie and Goldlenea Mack Col- of Liberty and Brittany Rol- lins. He died at Southwest lins of Gloster; one son, Dalton Mississippi Regional Medical Rollins of Gloster; one grand- Center on January 15, 2015. daughter; and a number of Survivors include one other relatives and friends. sister, Maggie Gibson; three Pallbearers were Dalton brothers, Hezekiah Collins, Rollins, Joey Johnson, Wayne Reverend Paul Collins and Perritt, Brad Whittington, Henry Collins; a daughter, Cody Johnston and Casey Debra Ann Jeans; six grand- Aldridge. children; 10 great-grandchil- dren; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by five sisters and four brothers. Jacqueline Johnson Jacqueline Nadine John- son, 41, of Gloster, died on Sat- urday, January 17, 2015, in an accident near Vidalia, La. Funeral services were held at 1 p.m., on Monday, January 19, 2015, at Brown Funeral Home in Gloster with the Rev- erend Burnette Carraway of- ficiating. Internment followed at COU NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS K3-12 2015-2016 PRE-REGIsTRATION IN PROGRESS Registration fee through March $150 per child Reg. fee after March 1, 2015 (current students), $200 per child K3 Must be 3 yrs. old by 9/1/15 K4 Must be 4 yrs. old by 9/1/15 K5 Must be 5 yrs. old by 9/1/15 First Grade ....... Must be 6 yrs. old by 9/1/15 New Students ...... Must bring immunization record, birth certificate and social security number Gibson Realty and Land Co. SOUTHWEST MISSISSIPPI'S LOCAL REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONALS timberland • hunting land • residential commercial • recreational • Slade Priest, REALTOR 601-888-0094 Melissa Field, REALTOR 601-467 7070 Scott Lindsey, REALTOR, ALC, Forester 601-248-3561 The Centreville Youth Please note the parade Organization has announced time is 1 p.m. and there will that This Is How We Do It be no Parade Entry Fee. The will be the theme of their Vendor Fee is $20. Please call Mardi Gras Parade whichone of the following organiz- will roll through downtown ers for fiLrther information: Centre~lle on this coming Maria Montgomery 601-645- Saturday, January 24, at 1 6758, Brander Smith 601- p.m. Line-up will be at the 730-9070 or Betty Roberts Centreville City Hall. 601-639-5011. "' "'e/OegWet ,°7 jo6 G. 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It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin or sex in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school- administered programs. LEA E. HURST, CA HEADMASTER ° PHONE 601-645-5912 P. O. Box 70 ° 1419 Academy Drive ° Centreville, MS 39631