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+ ................................ 4 L ..... In Loving Memory Of Pearline McDowell Classified ads must be paid in .advance. $12 mini- mum for 60 words or less. Over 60 words, 13 per word, first insertion, subsequent insertions 11 per word. Tear sheets cost $5. Deadline for all classified ads is Friday at noon. No exceptions! Marl to P. O. Box 696, Woodville, MS 39669. 1/tf EXPERIENCED WORK- ERS NEEDED: Looking to hire an experienced cook and a cashier at Flick's, 123 Hwy. 61N, Woodvflle. Come in and fill out an application. 601- 888-6785. 3/14/lw BRAND NEW MOBILE HOMES STARTING AT $29,990: Hurry before they're gone (318)752- 4663. 3/14/2w LAND HOME PACK- AGES AVAILABLE: Call for details (318)752-8242. 3/14P2w SINGLE PARENT PROGRAM: E-Z Qualify- ing. Hurry, call now (800) 201- 6966. 3f14/2w $O DOWN if you own land or have family lad. Many homes to choose from. Call today!!! (866)- 338-1387. 3f15/4w Government Backed Loans available for Man- ufactured Homes. 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes available. Easy credit ap- proval Call Now!!!! (866)- 338-1387. John Dale Real Estate Residential Commercial Land Farm Timber Hunting WlLKINQN COUNTY 13.41 ac. Lower Gloster Rd., 18 yr. old pine, creek frontage nllld " 10.36 ac., Coo 244 Miller Ln., 4 br/3 ba CENTREMILLE. MS 24.7 ac. McKey Rd., secluded with timber 3208 Ancil Cox Rd., 3 br/2 ba 601.-888-6700 John J. Dale, Jr., Broker Licensed Agricultural Consultant March 6,1938 March 13,2012 Mama, we miss you al- ready and it has only been one year since you passed away. Now that you are gone there is a major void in our lives, but we know that you are gone to a better place, but it's so hard to say goodbye. Mere words annot express what you meant to us. You were our strength and our in- spiration. You were more than just a mother to us. You were our friend and role mod- el. You were always there when we needed that some- one totalk to for our spiritual guidance. You encouraged us to be all that we could be. You taught us to give ourselves and to respect others. You taught us by example that anything in life that we want- ed we had to work hard for it, put God first and we would achieve it. We will forever re- member the values that you instilled in us and will cherish the memories we have of you. Mama, we miss and love you. -- Sadly missed by your chil- dren, Linda, Hattie, Annie, Judy, Grant, Ricky, Jerry, Tommy and Kenterrius. By Linda Wyatt Pd. Ad. a/14/4W POSTED AND PA- TROLLED: All lands in Wilkinson County on the Raccoon Read 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 10/12 Flow Control Service 980 U. S. 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Thanking you in ad- vance for your presence and participation.- Holly Grove BC Hospitality Ministry; Maxine Harris, president; A1- isha Blake, vice president INVITATION The Holly Grove Baptist Church family cordially in- vites you to join us as we cel- ebrate our Pastor's 1st Year Anniversary on the fourth Sunday in March, same be- ing March 24, at 3 p.m. The guest speaker for this glori- ous occasion will be Rev- erend Gregory Partman, pas- tor of The Walkers Chapel Freewill Baptist Church of McComb. Let it be known that whenever you need The Holly Grove Baptist Church fairly, m we will participate in any way possible. Thanking you in advance and in the name of Jesus Christ. Yours in Christ.- The Holly Grove BC family; Rev. Timothy Hughes, pastor INVITATION We, the pastor, officers and members of the Saint Luke Baptist Church #2, are inviting you to share with us as we celebrate our Annual Homecoming Program on the fourth Sunday in March, same being March 24, at noon. The guest speaker for this occasion will be Rev- erend James Powell of Ken- ner, Louisiana. We are look- ing forward for your presence and participation to make this program a success. -- St. Luke BC #2 family; Rev. Jer- ry Dixon, pastor; Sister Carla M. Rowe, secretary; Sister Helen Salin, assistant secre- tar] INVITATION We, the pastor, officers and members of the Mount Zion CME Church, invite you to join us as we celebrate our Annual Senior Choir An- niversary on Friday, March 15, at 7 p.m. Our church theme will be "Prayer and More Prayer." The musical guests will be The Sensation- al Veal Brothers of Gloster. When you need the Mt. Zion Church family, please call. Thank you for your prayers and support. -- Maxine Price, pastor, and the Senior Choir INVITATION The Embrew Baptist Church family cordially in- vites you, the general public, to come and worship in their Annual Christian Around The Clock Program on the third Sunday in March, same being March 17, at 3 p.m. Special guests for this pro- gram will be the Veal Broth- ers of Gloster. Thanking you in advance. -- Rev. Frank Reginald Mattire, Jr. FES Student Of The Second Quarter Reginald Mattire, Jr.i is a third grader at the Finch El- ementary School. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Mattire. He is an extremely intelligent student and demonstrates leadership skills as well as academic achievement. He has main- tained a grade point average of 3.71 for this school year. His hobbies are playing foot- ball, basketball, reading and enjoying time with his friends and family. He at- tends Community Baptist Full Gospel Fellowship Church located in Centre- ville where he is very active in the youth choir. Reginald's future goal is to attend col- lege and major in engineer- ing. "The Finch Elementary School administrators, facul- ty, staff and student body take this opportunity to ex- tend a heartfelt congratula- tions to Reginald for his ex- cellent work and dedication to be the best in all of his en- deavors," said Principal Charles E. Johnson. Krewe Of Magnolia Sends "Thank You" To All Participants The Krewe of Magnolia organizers wishes to com- mend all parade participants who enthusiastically partici- pated in Woodville's 2nd an- nual Krewe of Magnolia Pa- rade. Special thanks to our Grand Marshal, Ms. Shirley Swain, to Jessie Marcelle, who served as Queen, and Senator Kevin Butler, who Is Your Income Tax Refund Already Spent? Ann EL Davis, Wilkinson Co. Extension Service At this time of the year, many individuals have re- ceived or are anticipating re- ceiving an income tax refund and already have plans for spending the extra cash before it gets in the bank. Before spending your refund, consider where the extra money will provide you with the most ben- efit. Consider paying down high interest loans. With average annual interest rates for credit cards hovering above n percent, paying off that Visa card before making other in- vestment decisions makes good sense. Fund your retirement ac- count. About 30 percent of all working Americans have no money invested for their retire- ment. If you are one of them, seriously consider making a contribution to an IRA right away. Invest it. Instead of just working for money, let money work for you. Do your research and find an investment that fits your needs and lifestyle: Open an emergency ac- count. Most Americans don't have money set aside for those financial emergencies that al- ways seem to happen when there is no extra cash available - unexpected car rep, emer- gency doctor visit, major appli- ance purchase, etc. A large tax refund is a great start for an emergency account which should eventually total about six months of your essential living expense Pay for repairs. Maintain- ing expensive ons now will result in dollars saved to- morrow. Use the money to re- pair that leaky roof before it develops into a bigger problem; replace those dangerous bald tires with new, safe ones; eta Make an extra home mort- gage payment (or two). Though you won't feel the benefit im- mediately, doubling up on a mortgage payment now can save you months of mortgage payments as well as interest charge Donate to a chari Giving back to the community is a wonderful way of supporting a cause that you are passionate about. Even better -- in many cases at least a portion of your donation is tax-deductible too. Open a college savings plan for your children. A four-year college education can cost up- wards of $100,000. Save for your child's college education with a 529 plan. It works much like a Roth IRA, and with- drawals are completely tax- free when used for higher edu- cation p Start a personal endow- ment. Investing in your emo- tional, physical, intellectual, and career growth is a wise use of money. Whether its pay- ing for a gym membership or a cooking class, youl feel effects of this type ofinvesent fast. Plan a much needed vaca- tion. If you are in a fluid finan- cial position and can truly af- ford a bit of luxury, do some- thing youk, e been dreaming of Money is to be enjoyed as well as earned, saved, and invested. Just remember to take care of those bills first. ffyou are getting a retired, rememfier that instead of plan- ning for a refund, it's best to come out even. A tax refund is an interest-free loan to the gov- ernment and money that is not in your pocket every month. If you have been getng a refund back each year, consider chang- ing your withholding exemp- tions so less tax is withheld from each paycheck. While a tax refund may feel like a from Uncle San, its not - it is money that you have overpaid on your income taxes and Un- cle Sam is usug it for free. For more money manage- ment and budgeting informa- tion, contact the Wilkinson Co. Extension Service at 601-888- 3211 and request publications on Money Management, How to Get Out of Debt, Financial Fitness, and Credit: An Ameri- can Dream or Nightmare. Lane Auxiliary To Host $5 Jewelry & Accessories Sale The Lane Regional Medical Center Auxiliary will host the popular Masquerade $5 Jewel- ry and Accessories Sale Mon- day, March 18, and Tuesday, Mamh 19. The sale will be held in the Staff Development Classroom rolled as King, and all other on the first floor of the hospital participants. Monday, Mamh 18, from 7 axn. Sincerely, until 5 p.m. and Tuesday, Sharon Rebinson March 19, from 7 axn. until 3 Sakina Smith p.m. ' Kareka Mealy There will be a wide variety t r R Classes-Training AIRLINES ARE HIRING - Train for hands on Aviation Career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified - Job lacement assistance. CALL Aviation Institute of Maintenance 866-455-4317. ATTEND COLLEGE ONUNE from Home. Medical Business Criminal Justice .Hospitality. Job placement assis- lance. Computer available. Financial Aid if qualified. SCHEV authorized. Call 888.899-6914. vw.CenturaOnline.com Sullivan, pastor; Sister Lee ..... 1 E. 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