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Page 8 The Woodville Republican, 't Th .,,-.u rs,.,ax," " ,.,anua, xoo.., 2015 .... Sisters Savana and Ada Ashley Win Big At Mississippi State Fair Swine Show Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Stur- geon and Lon were joined by ~r~iihlg over the weekend Clayton Devening to travel to in the home of Lili and Andy Atlanta, Georgia, to attend the Lewis were his brother, South Peach Bowl on December 31in Lewis of Huntm41le, Alabama, which Ole Miss playedTCU.A1- and cousin, Rob Smith of Jack- though the score was not what sonville, Florida. Other week- the Rebels had planned, the end visitors included their family had a really nice time daughter, Emily Lewis, of New visiting with Walker Sturgeon Orleans, Kyle Hill of Lafayette, in his very last game ofhis col- l_~, and Cecil Bernhard of lege football career at ale Miss. Houston,Texas. On FYiday eve- Walker did get to play and ac- ningElizabeth Morris Gillon, of tually made the last tackle of Natchez joined her cousins for the ballgame. While in Atlanta, diner at the home of Virginia they also visited with Walkers and 7~chary Whetstone. On mother and her husband, Em- Saturday the family attended fly and Greg Nelson, and also the fimeral sexvices of Allen L. Walkers two brothers, Atticus Smith at St. Michael's Episco- and S'flas Nelson, as well as a pal Church in Lake Charles, number of other Mends and I_~ While there they were family During their trip to guests for lunch in the home of Georgia the Sturgeons were Elise and Ryan Foret and An- guests in the home of Mr. and drew, Elise and Mae. Mrs. Jim Miller. Mrs. Miller will be remembered in Wood- Mr. Mark Shea of New Or- ville as the former Starla Stur- leans was at Owls Nest Too re- geon, daughter of Gloria Clark cently visiting with Mr. Dickie Sturgeon and the late Maxie Smither. He came especially to Sturgeon. enjoy deer huni~_g. LRMC Blood Drive Jan. 30, 2015 From 6:30 A.M.To 2:30 RM. Lane Regional Medical up online at www.UnitedBlood- Center and United Blood Ser- Services.org - Code: LaneRe- vies will hold a blood drive on gional Friday, January 30, from 7:00 The Health History Ques- a.m.-2:30 p.m., in the hospital's tionnaire is now available on- Staff Development Classroom. line but may only be completed The blood drive is free and the day of the blood drive. This open to the public. Appoint- will reduce your person-to- ments are not required, but person interview to only a few donors are encouraged to sign follow-up questions. Simply print out the Fast Track Dona- tion ticket and to bring it with you to the blood drive on Friday, January 30. EYE SPECIALISTS OF LOUISIANA IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE ADDITIONAL HOURS BEGINNING JANUARY 2015 FOR JAMES J. HOTH, MD Ophthalmologist TREATMENT OF DISEASES OF THE EYE Including Cataracts, Glaucoma and Lasik Evaluations WHITAKER EYE CLINIC 625 MAIN STREET WOODVILLE, MISSISSIPPI Monday & Wednesday 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. For Appointments Call: 1-800-222-3908 or 601-888-6868 MEDICARE~MEDICAID~PRIVATE INSURANCE WELCOMED SlLAS SlMMONSLLr CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS an~) ADVISORS Accepting new clients Referrals welcome and appreciated Charles W. Caldwell, Jr., CPA/PFS Bennett M. Jeansonne, CPA/ABV, CVA William Wes Gore, CPA Sim McRae Mosby, CPA/PFS Nancy M. Kennedy, CPA, CGMA Peyton C. Cavin, CPA Leigh M. Ford, CPA Myles Hopkins, CPA Andy Montgomery, CPA Anka Cannon, CPA Carr Hammond, CPA Denise Seale, CPA Ginga MacLaughlin, CPA Melody Francez, CPA Max Halley, CPA Moses Ard, CPA Scott Adams, CPA Tim Byrd, CPA 209 North Commerce Street Natchez, MS 39120 Telephone: 601-442-7411 Fax: 601-442-8551 Balanced Advice. Proven Results. Since 1932 ~iTOP HONORSAT EVENT -- Savana and Ada As~e~ had another Successful trip to the Missis- sippi State Fair Swine Show held on October 6, 20i4; in Jackson. Savana, 11, won the 10111 year old swine sho~anship category. She was top in the challenging category for the third year in a row and wasalso recognized by the judge, by being asked to return to the show ring with the 17/18 year old showman and answer their questions. Also, little sister Ada, 9, placed 2nd in 8/9 year old showmanship category. Ada also won Grand Champion Middle Weight and Overall Grand Champion Market Swine. The girls also received two 1st place, two 2nd place and one 3rd place class awards. The girls would like to thank the Wilkinson County Extension Office and others for their support. The Wilkinson County Livestock Club is working hard on the show projects for the upcoming Dixie National Jr. Livestock Show in February, 2015. m Photos Submitted Wilkinson County Christian Academy News by Katie Smith The WCCA Science De- partment is full of activity this semester. The robotics team is busy revamping "Bennett Bat" to compete in qualifying events, the Science Olympiad team is practicing for their upcom- ing competition and class- es are getting ready for the annual WCCA Science Fair. One exciting science ad- dition is the new trebuchet team that will compete at the ale Miss campus in April. The 12th Grade Physics class will design and construct this grav- ity driven catapult (trebu- chet). The sophomore class will be selling Valentine roses to be delivered on !~2J~~Pleas~l~.. chase your Valentine flow- p.m. ers from these students. January 20, Basketball The Juniors and Seniors vs. Tensas, home, 4 p.m. will have a jambalaya din- Jan. 23, 100th day of ner on Friday, January 30, school to raise money for their January 27, Basketball trip! Please get your tick- vs. Tallulah, home, 4 p.m. ets today for $7 a plate. Jan. 30, Basketball vs. Upcoming Events: Franklin, home, Senior January 19, 60% school Night, Jambalaya Dinner, day, dismissal at 12:30 4p.m. Your Money Now Tax Services Ja.ice Washi.gto. Scoff 501-545-5020 225-755-1808 Walk-l.s Wdeomed{ 315 Camp St. Centreville across from B-Kwik ::: ..... ""' " r { { { ' ' I{{"HI~{{ The FMCH family welcomes our very own,James Hawley, NP-C, to our clinical staff! james can see you and your family at either Field or Liberty Clinic. schedule an a' ointment with james TODAy! FMCH Field Clinic FMCH Liberty Clinic 260 West Main Street Centreville, MS 39631 (601) 645-5361 Tuesday & Thursday Wednesday 8:00-12:00 1410 Main Street East Liberty, MS 39645 (601) 657-8820 Monday & Friday Wednesday 1:30-5:00 i