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ANNOUNCEMENT 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/tf If you have a loved one buried in the Stewart Cem- etery, or plan to be buried there yourself, you are asked to attend a very important meeting on Saturday, March 21, at 10:30 a.m. at Chapel Baptist Church. There are several issues of concern to be discussed. The Stewart Community Cemetery is lo- cated directly north of Mt. Olive Baptist Church. -- Concerned members of the Stewart Community Pd. Ad. WILKINSON COUNTY SENIOR CARE IN CENT- INVITATION REVILLE, MS has the fol- lowing positions open: Full The Youth Deparl~ent of Time CNA, Part Time & the NathanielBaptistChumh, located on Hwy. 33 South of PRN CNA. Excellent pay, friendly environment. If in- Centreville, invites you to our terested, please notify Kathy Easter Eggstravaganza set for Sterling, RN, DON or Mystic Saturday, MamA 28, from 2 Smith, RN ADON at 601- p.m. to 5 p.m. Please bring 645-5253. your kids for fellowship, food 3/19/lw and fun!! Most creative Eas- ter Basket wins a SPECIAL HELPING HANDS!!! Are PRIZE! you a compassionate, de- pendable person who loves spreading joy? Help our el- derly to continue to enjoy life. Become a CAREGiver with the world's most trusted non-medical home care pro- cider, Home Instead Senior Care. Enjoy paid training, support and flexible shifts that fit your life. Men and women come join our team. Immediate openings for 24 hour Live-Ins to work 7 days and have the next week off or maybe a Weekend Live-In. Apply on line wwwHISCap- or call 225-341- 5919. 3/19/lw 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 4/14 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 INVITATION Nathaniel Baptist Church invites you to attend our An- nual Homecoming Celebra- tion on Sunday, March 22, at noon. Our guest preacher will be Pastor Donald Turner of Bethlehem and Greater Pleas- ant Green Baptist Churches. We look forward to seeing you, your family and t~iends there! May God bless and keep you is our prayer. -- "Servant for the Lord" Rev. Robert L. Scott, Jr., pastor-teacher NOTICE This is to inform all mem- bers of the Mt. Olive Burial Association that Mrs. Shirley Anthony, Mr. Cecil Gaines and Jimmie Davis of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, were members of the burial. Meeting is held the first Tuesday of each month at 4:00 p.m. at the Mt. Olive Baptist Church. Your dues and presence are greatly appreci- ated. -- Done by The Order Of The Mount Burial Association Pd. Ad. 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 10/14/2yp 980 U. S. Hwy. 61 Woodville 601-888-6053 Licensed in MS & LA -- Trane Dealer -- We Accept Credit ELECTRICAL HEATING & COOLING REFRIGERATION PLUMBING 7anA'/ r. ' , l:t(: zzCr;r ) ) " Ap/#/an(v Ae! ( tr Technicians: Charles Smith Brian McKlemurry & Mark Sanders Make the Switch to DISH AS LOW AS .... Call Now and Save 50% di_ iNSTALLATION Call 7 days a week 8am- 11pm EST Promo Code: MB12015 INVITATION The Woodville Sen. Kelvin Butler Republican, Thursday, March 19, 2015 Page 5 How "Bout" Those Bad The Magnolia Baptist,.,'+'+,,, Church family cordially invites you to wo p with at our For $500 Scholarships 1st Deacon~Deaconess Anni- versary on Sunday, March 29, Senator Kelvin E. Butler at 2 p.m. Reverend LeReginald is accepting applications for Jones, pastor of St. John Bap- three $500 cash scholarships tist Chumh #2 and Macedonia to first year college students Baptist Church of Centreville, from Adams, Amite, Pike, will be the guest speaker. The Walthall and Wilkinson Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church counties. on Highway 24 East will be the The scholarship is in its guest choir. Please come and llth year and is designed to help make this program a spit- help students entering col- itual success. Refreshments lege have cash on hand to will be served. Thanking you make their transition into in advance.- The Magnolia higher education more com- BC family;, Rev. Harold Smith, fortable. Sr., pastor; Bro. Robert Ward, "I would hate to think Sr.,secretarythat some talented young person could not get into col- INVITATION lege because they lacked a few hundred dollars needed to survive until they could get acclimated," Senator But- ler said. "But the truth is the economy is tough. That's why I want to ensure that if a young person has a real need for seed cash to con- tinue their education, then they will get it." Greetings within our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ: We, the King Emanuel Baptist Church family, will be host- ing our Second Annual Fam- ily and Friends Day Program on the fifth Sunday in March, same being MamA 29, begin- ning at 3 o'd(~.k. The guest speaker for this blissful occa- sion will be none other than Reverend Allen Handy. Our spedal musical guests will be La~Tika Alexander and her combined choirs, ff any more information is needed, please feel free to contact us. Casual attire. T-shirts may be pur- chased. Thanks in advance. -- King Emanuel Church; Rev. Dwayne Anthony, pastor INVITATION We, the pastor, officers and members of the Chapel Baptist Church, invite the general pub- lic to our Feet Wash/ng Serv/ce to be held on Thursday, April America And Dr. Seuss 2, at 6:30 p.m. Yours in Christ -- Chapel BC; Rev. Charles Bell, pastor Finch Elementary and Wilkinson County Elemen- INVITATION tary Schools celebrated Dr. Seuss all week with lots of The Wilkinson County activities and stories. A.M.B. Association cordially in- Pre-K and kindergarten cites the surmunding churehes classes at both schools lis- to our Spring Revival to be held tened to stories that were at Chapel Baptist Church on read by Reading Special- March 30, 31 and April 1 at 7 ist Carol Williams. They o'clook each evening. Yours in watched assistants from Christ. --A.M.B. Association Pre-K and kindergarten Executive Board classes make green eggs and ham which students INVITATION enjoyed sampling. Mrs. Beverly Brahn, executive The New Life C, on~u_n_ity president of MAE, as well Baptist Church will host its as Ms. Williams, read to all Family and Friends Day Ser- other grades at the schools v/ce on Saturday, MamA 21, at throughout the week. Stu- 6 p.m. The evening message dents received Dr. Seuss' will be delivered by Reverend pencils, stickers and book- CheJr~es Bell,.Pastar ~ames marks also during that Hardy and congregation are week. looking forward to their faro- On Friday students fly and friends being a part of ended the celebration by this glorious occasion. Yours wearing brilliant teal blue in Christ. -- Now Life Cam- T-shirts with the caption munity BC "Books Can Take You Plac- es." INVITATION Wow! What a fun-filled celebration Wilkinson County had celebrating Dr. Seuss. The Now Zion Hill Church cordially invites you to worship with us as we celebrate our Pastor's lOth Year Anniversary on Sunday, Mama 22, at 2 p.m. Reverend Melvin White and Pilgrim Baptist Church of Nat- chez will be our guests. Thank- ing you in advance. -- The Now Zion Hill BC family;, Rev. Tyser Brown, Sr., pastor; Sister Zerlin Jones, secretary WCHS/WW CLASS OF 1980 REUNION The Wilkinson County High School Class of 1980 is having their 35th Year Class Reunion at the Wfltdnson County Park on July 10 through July 12. Anyone interested in attending please contact one of the follow- Sakina Smith - 601-888- 6126, Joyce Boyd 601-888-6804 or Sharon Robinson - 601-888- 6465. If anyone from the Class of 1980 at William Winans in Centreville would like to at~ tend please contact one of the above. We don't have every- one's address or e-mail address to send a letter so please con- tact one of us. Thank you. INVITATION St. Luke Baptist Church is inviting all churches and the general public to their Pastor's Anniversary on the second Sunday in April, same being April 12, at 2 p.m. Reverend Charles Bell is pastor. McComb, MS HUNTING LAND NEEDED!l! Have qualified buyers looking for hunting land. Several 40ac- 100ac clients, 500ac- 1000ac clients, and many in between. Call Alan 601-249-8436 or email: alan@ Bodacious Wildcat 7th Graders "Exposure" is a word that I'd like to cement in your brilliant minds. Get it! Get it! Find out the grades tar Butler's political arm. Deadline to apply for the free and a study partner can achieve much more. In col- money is August 1, 2015. To obtain a downloadable lege, whenever I began a application for the scholar- class, I always looked for ship and view eligibility re- someone very conscientious quirements, please log onto about their work as myself. the Senator's personal web- I'd swap numbers before the class was finished, lf I could site at http://www.kelvinbut- not be present at a class setting, I would count on that person taking notes for =, u m,y 'em'n"- Schools me and vice versa. Then, I'd call that person to guide me through the assignment, Celebrated Read Across and it would be accurate because of the extra expo- sure I was able to gain from two people collaborating. Develop friendships that last. Everyone needs some- one with which to bounce their ideas, verbalize their dreams, and share their gifts. The famous idea and truth that "no man is an island" was coined by John Donne (1572-1631). Work- ing in groups or with others is a dynamic idea. I know peer pressures are real and dominant factors, but try to steer away from those who are not visionaries. Don't let peer pressure dominate you; dominate the right kind of peer pressures to ensure a good name. A good name is more desirable than great wealth, Proverbs 22, but with wisdom comes great wealth. Again, Get it! Get it! now and throughout high school and sometimes throughout life. However, group ex- posure really actuates the way we learn best. Trying to "just fit" during the ado- lescent years is not the most important genre when you are trying to achieve great success. You possibly will not cultivate the same relation- ships later in life after pu- berty has had its affect. 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