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Classified Ads Classified ads must be paid in advance. $12 for up to 60 words. Every word over 60 word limit, additional 13¢ per word. Tear sheets cost $5. Deadline for all classified ads is Friday at noon. No exceptions! Mail to P. O. Box 696, Woodville, MS 39669. 1/ff FOR SALE: A Bed -- Queen Pillowtop Mattress set, NEW, still in plastic, on- ly $200. 225-421-6121. Can deliver. 3/5. 3/12. 3/19, 3/27 POSTED: All lands in Wilkinson County owned by the Ed Rollins Family, AKA Jasmine Hill, LLC, are posted against all hunting, fishing and otherwise tres- passing. All former permis- sions are revoked unless ob- tained in writing. -- Estate of Joan & Edward S. Rollins 4114 POSTED AND PA- TROLLED: All lands in Wilkinson County on the Raccoon Road owned by the Estate of St. Clair Ross are hereby posted against hunt- ing, fishing and otherwise trespassing. All former per- missions revoked, unless ob- tained in writing. Violators will be prosecuted. -- Estate of St. Clair Ross 10/13 POSTED AND PA- TROLLED: All lands in Wilkinson County located at 1129 Ford's Creek Road, Woodville, MS, owned by Verna M. Freeman are hereby posted against hunt- ing, fishing and otherwise trespassing. All former per- missions revoked, unless ob- tained in writing. Violators will be prosecuted. -- Verna M. Freeman 11412Vp INVITATION The public is invited to wor- ship with the Mt. Olive Mis- sionary Baptist Church on Highway 33 South of Centrev- file during their Fandly and Fr/ends Day Serv/ce on the third Sunday, March 15, at 1 pan. Rev. Lauthaught Delaney, Jr., and St. Paul Missionary BC of Gonzales, La., will be special guests. Your presence and par- fieipation will help make this a memorable occasion. INVITATION Grace and Mercy Family Worship Center is inviting you to come and be a part of the Family and Friends Day Pro- gram on Sunday, March 15, at noon. We would like all of our family and friends to attend and help us li up the name of Jesus together. Look forward to seeing you! -- Grace and Mercy Family Worship Center INVITATION Greetings in the Name of the Lord. We, the pastor, offi- cers and members of the Saint Luke Baptist Church #2, cor- dially invite you to come and worship with us in our An- nual Homevoming Program on Sunday, March 22, at noon. Thanking you in advance for your cooperation and partici- pation. Yours in Christ. -- St. Luke BC #2 family; Rev. Larry Dixon, paster INVITATION qe pastor, officers and members of the Mt. Zion Bap- tist Church invite you to at- tend o,zr Pastor's Twenty Third Year Anniversary on Sunday, March 15, at 2 p.m. Our special guests will feature Reverend Charles Bell and the Chapel Baptist Church family. We look forward to your participa- tion and cooperation. Yours in Christ.- Rev. Nathaniel Nelson, pastor; Sister Emelda Gaines, secretary Make the Switch to DISH S.e50% 1-800-319-2526 Call 7 daysa week 8am- 11pm EST Promo Code:MB12015 ASKABOUT H INTERNET AS LOW AS .... INSTALLATION IN UPTO 6 ROOMS Where available CALL TODAY. INSTALLED TODAY! The Woodville Republican, Thursday, March 12, 2015 Page 5 GIRL SCOUTS VISIT -- Girl Scout Troop 5211 vis- ited the nursing home in Centreville to spread joy and love for Valentine's Day. Loved ones and other residents greeted them with open arms as they received their cards. Also the Girl Scouts recently celebrated thinking day in the Natchez mall. The troop studied France while they invited others to come eat the sweet delights of France. -- Photo Submitted MLK Students Tour SMCC On Thursday, February 5, the second year students at MILK Career & Technology Complex participated in an in- dustry tour at Southwest Mis- sissippi Community College in Summit. Prior to the tour, students heard from some of the staff members: Mr. Jeremy Smith, Vice President for Career and Tmical Education; Mr. Matt Calhoun, Vice President for Admissions; and Mrs. Surb- rina Cameron, Financial Aid Counselor. Ms. Ashley Gray, Director of Student Activities and Housing, Dr. Addle Boone, Support Services Coordinator; Mrs. Yolanda Young, Work- Based Learning tor; and Mrs. Aurelia Gayden, Career & Technical Educa- tion Counselor, served as • tour guides. Students were edwi't a: lmc at orace Holmes Student Union. Southwest o e- twenty- THANK YOU Like Sand Through The Hour Glass, So Are The Days Of Our Lives. Pastors Allen Handy and Larry An- drews wish to express their sincere appreciation to ev- ery church, organization and individual for support- ing Mrs. Shirley Gaskins in her hour of need. The Bible states, Love thy neighbor as thy self. You showed that by coming to her aid. Your kindness and generos- ity will always be remem- bered. May God continue to bless and keep each of you. -- Allen Handy, pas- tor; Larry Andrews, pastor NETT.ER'¢00.LLE How "Bout" Those Bad Bodacious Wildcat 8th Graders! FRED NETTERVILLE LUMBER COMPANY in Woodville, MS IS IN SEARCH OF EMPLOYEES. We will be hiring a large group of HARD WORKING PEOPLE. Please come to 3975 Buffalo Road, Woodville, MS to submit your application. two vocational programs and students visited several of the programs. The instruc- tors  with students about their professional roles and responsibilities. Students asked questions about certain programs that they found in- teresting. Accompanying the students were Mrs. Linda Campbell, Student Services Coordinator, Ms. Tracy Janu- ary, Instructor; Mr. James Griffin, driver, Mr. Bruce Bull- ock, Construction & Carpentry Instructor; and Dr. Stephanie Sullivan, Vocational Coun- selor. This field trip was orga- nized by Dr. Stephanie Sul- livan who supports and guides students through the develop- ment of educational and career planning. Pictured above are the studentswho also, to the Allied Health Simulation Lab with Mr. Jessie Greer, Simula- tion Lab Coordinator. INVITATION The pastor, officers and members of Bleak House Baptist Church are inviting all churches, choirs and the general public to our Choir An- n/versary on Saturday, March 14, at 6 p.m. Yours in Christ. -- Bleak House BC family;, Rev. Reginald L. Jackson, pas- tor; Nellie Brown, president ]r "0 Auctions ] AUCTION. Restaurant equipment, including walk-in cooler and freezer• March 17, 1pro. 6156 Hwy 98, Hattiesburg, MS. See photos at www.colauc.com. 601-736-2522 or colauc@gmail.com. J. Gilmore, ML 452. Classes.Training AVIATION Grads work with JetBlue, Boeing, NASA and others- start here with hands on training for FAA certification. 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Must Be 21 Years of Age 855-378-9335 EOE www.kllmdrivingacademy.com At this turning point, Middle School/High School, you are getting ready to "ACE" the tests which will determine your upward mobility as you transform from puberty to young adult. There are many triumphs yet to be attained even in 8th because your tests are nearer than ever, this is ad- equate time to advise you to churn the butter using the cream of "Reading." Road, Road, Read, and then Read MORE! Arthur Fletcher coined the phrase, "A mind is a terrible thing to waste." I say, "The mind is a tremen- dous thing to cultivate." At first when you begin to read harder material, your endur- ance is going to be tested. Other activities will try to captivate your time so that there is none. But your mind will store endless words with images then recalculate and refurbish them as you need to think, speak, and commu- nicate to the world. My suggestion to you at this pivotal point as you transition is to be abreast of the world inside books. You can use your IPhones as a mobile dictionary, pro- nunciation key and research mechanism with endless pos- sibilities. The hardest part will be to find the time in your schedule to devote to at least 1-2 hours of reading per day. I know you have extracurricular talents, but you can read as you travel, at lunch, and as you use the remainder of time to read .after homework. But the important issue is "Read & Write." Endurance, reading and writing skills will show up as you sit with other stu- dents across the country who are well prepared taking the PSAT, SAT/ACT, College Entry Exams, etc. Your in- tellect will show up in vol- umes. When you are done, write a two-page summary and allow your parents to splurge on you as they save big on educational success- es which will follow. Break away from a limited mind- set! [Joel Osteen}. Below is a list of suggested readings. 8th Grade Suggested Wonderland, & Through the Looking Glass I Lewis Carroll -- By falling down a rabbit hole and stepping through a mirror, Alice expe- riences unusual adventures. The Amah / Laurence Yep  Twelve-year-old Amy finds her family re- sponsibilities growing and interfering with her ballet practice when her mother takes a job outside the home. An American Plague: the True and Terrifying Story of the Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1793 / by Jim Murphy -- Provides an account of the yellow fever epidemic that swept through Philadel- phia in 1793, discussing the chaos that erupted when people began evacuating in droves, leaving the city without government, goods or services, and examining efforts by physicians, the Free African Society and others to cure and care for the sick. Among Friends / Caro- line B. Cooney -- Six high school juniors discover sur- prising, often painful, things about themselves and their relationships with the people around them in the diaries they are asked to keep as a three-month English assign- ment: And in the Morning/John Wilson -- Canadian Jim Hay joins the army in World War I and is sent to France where Reading List he meets a tragic end. The Adventures of guck-  Anne o. vo i l M. leberry Finn  Mark Montgomery -- Sixteen- tells the adventuresof a',boy yeold Anne, .fischievohs and a runaway slave as they and spirited as ever, returns travel down the Mississippi to Avonlea to teach in the Vil- River on a raft. Al Capone Does My Shirts / Gennifer Chaldenko -- A twelve-year-old boy named Moose moves to Alcatraz Is- land in 1935 when guards' families were housed there, and has to contend with his extraordinary new environ- ment in addition to life with his autistic sister. Alice's Adventures in lage school. 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