Newspaper Archive of
The Woodville Republican
Woodville, Mississippi
Lyft
March 19, 2015     The Woodville Republican
PAGE 3     (3 of 10 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 3     (3 of 10 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
March 19, 2015
 

Newspaper Archive of The Woodville Republican produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




- ~i~~,( Calvert For March Meeting Of Irwin Russell Club Woodville Republican, Thursday, March 19, 2015 ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Members of the Irwin Russell Club gathered for their monthly meeting on Friday, March 13; at the home of Mrs. Larry Cal- vert. Following the routine business session, the meeting was turned over to Mrs. Holmes Stur- geon, program chairman. The club was delighted to welcome Walker Stur- geon, who having played football at Ole Miss, re- cently graduated with a concentration in South- ern Studies and History. In the fall he plans to be- gin a Ph.D. program, but for the time being he is traveling the state visit- ing battle sites and hopes to continue his travels along the east coast. He. spoke to the group on his senior disserta- tion topic, the Nullifica- tion Crisis of 1832, which ultimately resulted in Mississippi becoming the second state after South Carolina to secede in 1861. His focus was to examine what differenc- es occurred in the socio- economic situation from 1832 to 1861 that caused Mississippi to join. South Carolina in succession. South Carolina's 1832 Ordinance of Nullifica- tion declared by the pow- MAIN STREET ANNUAL MEETING -- The Woodville/Wilkinson Coun- ty Main Street Association held their annual meeting on Thursday, March 12, beginning at 6 p.m. at the Wilkinson County Park. Chair- man Scott Wesberry opened the meeting with a welcome to those in attendance especially the Main Street's sponsors and supporters who have made the group's effort a success. "We are here to honor you tonight," said Wesberry. After handling routine business, guest speaker Mississippi Representa- tive Angela Cockerham gave the keynote address during which she praised the local Main Street for their many accomplishments, es- pecially the annual Woodville Deer and Wildlife Festival. She pointed out the many state grants the Main Street has received in the past four years. Dr. Ruth Nichols of Aicorn State gave a presentation about the upcoming Entrepreneur Academy to be offered in Wilkinson County. At the conclusion of the event those in attendance were treated to a de- licious buffet meal. Pictured above with Rep. Cockerham, fourth from left, are Main Street board mere- hers, left to right, Chairman Wes- berry, Ronnie Fisher, Cindy Gar.. rett, Frances. Alexander, Landon Anderson, Peyton Cavin and R,s- sell Fry. -- Woodville Repul)lican Photo by Andy J. Lewis Announced this week by in Summit m 2006. She at- er of the State that the her parents, Mr. and Mrs. tended the University of Lou- federal Tariffs of 1828 Lane Alan McCarty, of isiana at Monroe where she and 1832 were unconsti- Woodville, is the engagement was a member of Kappa Del- tutional and therefore and forthcoming marriage of tasorority. She is a graduate null and void within the Sum Co servatio Ca p Amanda Ruth McCarty to ofthelnstituteofUltrasound sovereign boundaries of mer n n m s Miss. State Hosting Spring, Mr. Chase Rodriguez Cavin, Diagnostics in Spanish Fort, South Carolina. son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Alabama, and is a sonogra- So out of the constitu-Registration is open for ural Sciences Edition will be Burns of Gonzales, Louisi- pher at Louisiana Women's tional theory of state nul- one spring and three summer June 7-10 and is open to camp- ana, and Mr. and Mrs. Todd Health Associates in Baton lification was born thecamps for young people inter- ers ages 14-18, from rising Cavin of Baton Rouge, Loui- Rouge. states' rights doctrine of ested in conservation, natural freshmen to 2015 graduates. siana. The prospective bride- having the power to nul- sciences and wildlife. This camp features hands-on Vows will be exchanged groom is the grandson of Mr. lify federal laws. And The Mississippi State Uni- activities and field experiences by the couple on Saturday, and Mrs. Donald Cavin of today the controversialversity Department of Wild- in conservation and manage- the eleventh of April, at the Baton Rouge and Mr. andquestion of the line be- life, Fisheries and Aquacul- ment of natural resources, in- Wilkinson County Park in Mrs. Henry Jenkins of Wood- tween state and federalture, MSU Extension Service eluding wildlife, forestry, fish- a six o clock ceremony per- ville and the late Mr. and authority continues to be and MSU College of Forest cries and water. The four-day, formed by the Reverend Mrs. Lawrence Rodriguezhashed out. Resources are hosting these three-night residential camp Warrren Whitaker. of Prairieville, Louisiana. A The ladies were seated camps, costs $300, which includes all Grandparents of the bride- graduate of Dutchtown High at the dining room table Consexvation Careers: Dis- food, in-camp travel and ledg- elect are Mr. W. H. McCarty School in Geismar, Louisi- for a party plate of mari- covery Days will be April 11-12 ing. of Woodville and the late ana, he is'associated with nated shrimp, tomato and is open to girls in grades Conservation Camp: Wild- Mrs. Ineda S. Cooper and his family'sbusiness, Cavin's aspic and guava chiffon9-12. This camp is geared to- life Recreation Edition will the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Auto Repair, in Baton Rouge. cake. A Toby mug of fresh ward students who want to be June 14-17 and is open Graham. A 2004 graduate of Friends and relatives of greenery and flowers learn more about working to campers ages 12-18. This Wilkinson County Christian the couple are cordially in- served as a centerpieceprofessionally in conserva- camp focuses on Mississippi on the table which was tion. The two-day event with wildlife ecology and outdoor covered with a beautiful an overnight camping trip crocheted cloth hand- features" Women professionals made by Mrs. Calvert'~ and ~ .stLudents in rmtural mother, the late. Mrg, science wlm will lead campers Keith Miller. thru dv] es IE* fields The next meeting will ofwildlifebiology, ecology, land recreational opportunities, in- cluding caneeing,, archery and fishing. Hunter Education cer- tification ~ available. The four- day, three-mght camp costs $300, which includes all food, in-camp travel, lodging and ac- tivity fees. Conservation Camp: Day Camp Edition will be June 22- 26 and is open to rising sixth-, seventh- and eighth-graders. Academy, she received her vited to attend the wedding associate degree in general and the reception which will studies from Southwest Mis~ immediately,' follow at the sissippi Commumty Cg~lege. ~wi~soa~ounty Park. Held in Sterkville daily fixm~ 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., this camp focuses on natural eco- systems, outdoor oppo[~unitk~s and real-world science, l,unch and activity cestu are induded in the $25 nom'ethndablc reg- istration fee. Limited financial assistal wc is available through fimdini4 provided by the MissisMppi l)e- partment of Wildlif~, Fisheries and Parks Youth l?a,~icipati,, ~ Initiative. The appli(~dJon i~ available online at http://www. cfi'.msstate.edu/wildli[ic,)J,s~," vation campL A $100 deposit is d,c .t registration for the resid(,nl.ial camps. This depesit is no~,'(, fundable and is required e\,,~n for campegs. " who receive tinan- cial assistance. For' both resi dentin camps, siblings li\,in~: in the' same hotisehok! ii%,, attend at the red,ux'd pric(~ oF $225 for each subsequent per- son. For more in~)rmatior,, c,.| tact Leslie Burger al 662-325- 6686 or lburger(qk:fi'.msstat,~. edu. DEADLINE NOTICE Submit all advertising and news by noon on Fridays! be hosted by Mrs. Na- nette Carter at her home on Friday, April 10. Mrs. Alex Kirkland will serve as Program chairman.- Club Secretary management and research. A $25 nonrefundable registration fee covers lunch and equip- ment. The deadline to register is April 6. Conservation Camp: Nat- Premier Phvs call TheraW 558 First South Street Woodville o 601-888-7944 Board Certified Physical Therapist Virginia Lewis Whetstone, DPT 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 Wilkinson County Calendar Of Events To add events please call 601-888-4293 6r email wrepublican@bellsouth.net by noon Friday 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 MDWFP Museum Summer Camp Registration Is Op,i Remember those magi- cal summer days from your youth spent exploring the outdoors? Now, your children can experience similar ad- ventures! Register them for the "Go Outdoors ... Camp" or the "Jr. Naturalist Camp" hosted by the Mississippi De- partment of Wildlife, Fisher- ies, and Parks' Museum of Natural Science to be held in June 2015! "Campers spend their time enjoying outdoor investigations and hands- on learning opportunities," says Museum Education Coordinator Megan Fedrick. To register for camp, visit http'J/www.mdwfp.com/mu- seum.aspx today. Spaces are limited'to keep the camps as hands-on as possible. All camps cost $150 for Members and $175 for Non-Members. Ready for an Adven- ture? "Go Outdoors ... Camp": Camp ~_ll be held from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. on Mon- day - Thursday. Drop off is from 8 a.m. - 9 a.m. and pick up is from 5 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Campers will: fish, boat, hike, and explore; compare habitats and the plants and animals living in them; and learn outdoors safety prac- tices and skills. There are three camp dates: (Entering 5K through 1st Grade): June 8- 11; (Entering 2nd through 3rd Grade): June 15 - 18; (Entering 4th through 5th Grade): June 22 - 25. Jr. Naturalist Camp: is an ecology-based camp for students entering 6th through 9th Grade that fo- cuses on the identification, collection, and conservation of native species. Camp will be held June 1 - 5: Mon- day - Wednesday 8 a.m: - d p.m., Thursday 8 a.m will, a sleepover, and picl~ "1, (),~ Friday at 10 a.m. For details, please (:~1t H,( Museum at 60J.-576 6()01~ ,, visit http://www.md w li),!:(,m/ museum.aspx. Health Help Mississippi is a local n0n-pr0fit Call to get with your health insurance options. HEALTH HELP mississippi www.healthhelpms.org 1-877-314-3843 18 21 21 22 22 22 25 28 28 29 29 29 29 30-Apr. 1 MARCH Open AA Meeting, Woodville Municipal Building, 6 pm New Life Community BC, Family & Friends Day, Guest Pastor Rev. Charles Bell, 6 pm Chapel BC, Stewart Community Cemetery Members Meeting, 10:30 am New Zion Hill BC, Pastor's 10ths Year Anniversary, Guests, Rev. Melvin White + Church, 2 pm Nathaniel BC, Annual Homecoming, Guest Minister/Pastor Donald Turner, noon St. Luke BC #2, Annual Homecoming Program, Rev. Jerry B. Dixon, Pastor, noon Open AA Meeting, Woodville Municipal Building, 6 pm Nathaniel BC Youth Department, Easter Eggstravaganza, Food, Fun Prizes, 2 pro-5 pm Kingsford BC, Deacons & Ushers, Family & Friends Day Program, Pastor Allen Handy 5 pm King Emanuel BC, 2nd Family & Friends Day Program, Rev. A, Handy + Musical guests, 3 pm Magnolia BC, Deacon/Deaconess Anniversary, Rev. LeReginald Jones/Guest Speaker, 2 pm Oak Grove BC, Annual Homecoming, Guests, Rev. Robert Strickland, Dinner, noon Pleasant Green MBC, Joint 5th Sunday, Sunday School, 10 am Chapel BC, Wilk. Co. A. M. B. Assoc., Spring Revival, Rev. Charles Bell, 7 pm