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The Woodville Republican, Thursday, March 22, 2018 Page 3A Ft. Adams Women's Club March Meeting At Woodville B.C, The Fort Adams Women's Club met on March 14, 2018, at 2 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall at the Woodville Bap- tist Church. Hostesses were Mrs. Phyllis Dawson and Mrs. Julia Mae Patrick. The meeting was called to order by the president with 15 members present. After roll call, the pledge and the collect, there was a short business meeting. Mrs. Janie Patrick Mc- Conn was in charge of the program. She gave a very interesting talk concerning the crime among our young people. There was much dis- cussion and suggestions on things we could do to help with this program. After the program, we en- joyed blueberry cake, fruit and a blueberry beverage. -- Club Reporter March Of Dimes March For Babies Walk And Parade April 14 :GET YOUR GIRL SCOUT COOKIES -- Girl Scouts from local Troop 5211 still have a great treat for all who like Girl Scout Cookies. You may buy one box for $4, a bundle $20 or a case $48. Cookies avail- ,~ble at this time are Savannah (lemon), Tagalong (peanut butter/chocolate), Thin mints, Dosido (pea- nut butter sandwich), Samoas (Caramel Delight) and Toffee Tastic (Gluten Free, with toffee bits). "Contact Mrs. L. Davis-Carter or Mrs. V. Smith at (601)888-0852. We will deliver, m Submitted Photo !Le Mardi Club Meets At Corinth Church March 13 : Tall bouquets of Spring Social issues also must be flowers graced the Fel- taught andadjustedasthe .l'o~ship Hall of Corinth child grows into the teen Mark your calendars for the local March of Dimes 3rd Annual March For Babies Walk around the Wilkinson County Court- house Square on Saturday, April 14, from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. To register your team or for more information, please contact Keshia Ford at 601-807-4505. The event will raise funds and aware- ness by "Walking Together For Stronger, Healthier Ba- bies." Also on Saturday, April 14, at 1 p.m. the Wilkinson County March of Dimes parade will be held. The entry deadline is March 23. All are welcome, including vintage automobiles, social clubs, motorcycle clubs, horse clubs, ATV/Side By Sides, marching bands, queens and kings, dancers, vendors, Greeks and busi- nesses. There is a $10 in- dividual entry fee and $30 group entry fee (must be in uniform). Vendors pay $40 at the Woodville Town Hall. Church of Christ on Tues- years. Janay gives God the All proceeds go to March day afternoon, March glory for guidance along of Dimes who are %Vork- 13, for the meeting of Le Mardi Club. Cheryl Cavin -was hostess with thir- ~een members and two ~'gueSts present. After a short business meeting, Toni Pritchard, program chairperson for the after- ,noon, introduced Janay Perkins who shared a very informative program on Autism. Janay is a Respi- :ratory Therapist and Child Advocate for those with Autism Syndrome. : Parents first notice Changes in their toddler in- cluding changes in move- ment, limited or non ver- her personal journey, ing together for stronger, In 2006, 1 in 250 chil- healthier babies." Contact dren was diagnosed as Keshia Ford 601-807-4505, having some aspect of the autism specfrum. Today the number is 1 in 49. The increase is due to educa- tional advancements in identifying autism. The families receive support in various ways. Extend- ed family support is very important. Autism Walks help the families to sup- port one another. Camps help the children to so- cialize with children like themselves. Cheryl invited the group Jay Cain 601-300-0078 or Demetri Hudson 601-600- 6154. Irwin Russell Club Gathers At Vintage Cafe For Meeting Mrs. Alex Kirkland hosted the Irwin Russell Club meet- ing on Thursday, March 15, at Vintage Cafe. Mrs. Randy Clark was program chairman for the bal speech, eye contact, into the Fellowship Hall afternoon, and her first book repetitive motions, and which was decorated with review was on 100 by 500, a emotions. We still are not Lady Banks roses, yellow collection of short stories by sure exactly what causes and white tulips and other Jimmie Reed. This series of Autism but presently it is spring flowers. In honor one hundred '~life lesson" sto- : 9~nsidered genetic. A be- of Saint Patrick's Day ries of five hundred words or :l{~vioral analysis is the the ladies celebrated the less was developed by the au- :~st step in diagnosis. It green with cucumber sand- thor in response to his short- ~luires quite a bit of pa- wiches, cranberry feta pin- er selections being chosen for :fiance on the parents' part wheels, spinach dip and publication by editors rather :to navigate the system to chips, and brownies with than longer versions. Reed ifliagnose and adjust life- mint topping. Lime punch grew up on a cotton farm in :styles to care for an autistic and other drinks were the Delta, where his mentor Wilkin Be it known and remem- bered that the honorable Board of Supervisors of Wilkinson County, Missis- sippi, met on the fifth day of March. There were present the following supervisors: Wil Seal, 1st District; Rich- ard Hollins, 2nd District; Venton A. (Bubba) McNabb, 3rd District, vice president; Kenyon Jackson, 4th Dis- trict, president; Jenn Net- tles, 5th District; and also present was Bruce Lewis, County Administrator. GENERAL COUNTY FUNDS: Woodville Board of Library, $7,416.67; Wilkin- son County Health Dept $4,545.33; Wilkinson Coun- ty Dept. Of Child Welfare, $50.00; U. S. Postal Ser- vice, $100.00; Avaya, Inc $23.04; MS Vital Records, $41.00; State Treasury Fund 3053, $8,998.66; Redd Pest Solutions, $247.57; Leah Nations, $257.76; Ron Senko, $225.00; Tolliver Thomas C. Jr $80.00; L. J. Owens, MD, $225.00; David B. McGraw, MD, $50.00; Da- vid N. Wilkerson, Attorney, $250; Woodville Republican, $876.10; Benecom Technol- ogies, $555.80; Ron Senko, $225.00; Tolliver Thomas C. Jr $80.00; L. J. Owens, MD, $225.00; David B. McGraw, MD, $50.00; H. E. Home, Jr $250.00; Waste Manage- ment, $335.42; U. S. Next, $189.00; SW MS Planing & Developing, $10,706.25; MSU Extension Service, $2,547.43; MS Sheriff's Assoc $1,000.00; AT&T, $408.00; Entergy, $165.57; National Association of C, $450.00; Redd Pest Solu- tions, $36.05; C Spire Busi- ness Solutions, $1,972.60; Telepak Internet, $24.00; Canon Solutions America, $33.08; Office Automation Center, $1,366.00; same, $620.00; Southern Tale- communication, $2,291.23; MCDEMA, $480.00; En- tergy, $50.69; Zachary Jex, $1,000.00; Kentwood Spring Water, $22.00; Amer- ican Medical Response, $6,666.67; Central Office Supplies, $1,321.28; Smith Printing. $295.83; Outdoor Power, $1,078.80; 24 Hour Heating & Air, $4,387.00; Outdoor Power, $686.00; Personnel Concepts, $50.82; MS Association of Super- visors, $1,050.00; Pitney Bowes Purchase Power, $596.80; Delta Computer Systems, $4,180.00; Town of searched novel that draws from thousands of letters and original sources, best- selling authors Stephanie Dray and Laura Kamoie tell the fascinating, untold story of Thomas Jefferson's eldest daughter, Martha "Patsy" Jefferson Randolph -- a woman who kept the secrets of our most enigmatic found- ing father. At the conclusion of the program, the ladies were served a party plate of shrimp and potato soup, party sandwiches and fresh fruit salad. A delicious choc- olate dessert was enjoyed with coffee. :child. These children have difficult time adjusting :to change and are easily :distracted by a noisy en- !yironment. They are usu- !ally very intelligent and :~ el in one or more areas. served. The next meeting will be on April 10 with Patti Tolbert as hostess and Joy Dale serving as program chairperson for the day. -- Club Reporter was a local man affectionate- The business meeting ly referred to as "Jay Bird." will be held on Friday, April Mrs. Carter read her favorite story to the group. Her next selection was America's First Daughter. In a compelling, richly re- 20, at South of the Border, at three-thirty. Members are asked to note that due to scheduling conflicts, this is a change from the usual Thursday meeting date pub- lished in the year book. Woodville, $3,357.84; Redd Pest Solutions, $150.00; Data Maxx Applied Tech- nology, $682.00; Entergy, $6,782.40; Pitney Bowes Purchase Power, $2,872.28; AT&T, $90.29; State Trea- sury Fund 3053, $9,004.55; Waste Management. $304.19; MS Vital Records, $47.00; Canon Financial Services, $127.00; MS Mor- tuary Services, $75.00; No- lan Thompson, $1,042.94; Ronnie Harper, D.A $87.25; Marlins Business Bank, $295.57; Adams County Ju- venile Det $1,320.00; Ron Senko, $675.00; Tolliver Thomas C. Jr $240.00; L. J. Owens, MD, $675.00; David B. McGraw, MD, $150:00; H.E. Horne, Jr $750.00; C Spire Wireless, $503.65; Opposite Ends, $166.45; Cage's Janitorial Service, $855.00; MSU Extension Service, $2,547.44; Wyvon- na E. Kettley, $800.00; Vicie S. Rogers, $335.97; same, $1,092.00;Entergy, $682.96; 2D's Wingz & Things, LLC, $2,994.87; same, $2,994.87; Pitney Bowes Global Fi- nance, $723.00; Avaya, Inc $23.04; Leads On- line, $1,188.00; Lawrence Printing, $691.39; Smith Printing, $1,059.98; Melvin Millet, $3,471.90; Ashley Perry, $817.42; Buffalo Ser- vices, Inc $1,735.20; UMB, $759,015.62. MAINTENANCE OF RE- APPRAISAL FUND: Her- ring Appraisal, $4,429.70; Cothern Engineering, $2,100.00. EMERGENCY 911 FUND: UMB, $2,131.40; AT&T, $2673.00; Kay Radio, $306.25; S/W MS EPA, $34.47. LAW LIBRARY FUND: Thomson Reuters - West, $600.18. VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. FUND: S/W MS EPA, $32.00; Concordia Bank & Trust, $55,854.74; ComSouth, $1,300.00; En- tergy, $9.23; C Spire Wire- less, $19.86. DISTRICT ONE ROAD FUND: UMB, 1,718.72; same, $3,913.01; Jr.'s Auto Parts, $45.14; Entergy, $38.55, Town of Centreville, $500.00; C Spire Wireless, $106.03; Sanders Repair Service, $7.86; LaFarge North America, $852.86, DISTRICT TWO ROAD FUND: UMB, $655.27; Concordia Bank & Trust, $2,401.69; Jr.'s Auto Parts, $41.26; Caterpillar Finan- cial services, $2,067.06; Natchez Ford Lincoln, $972.44; Mary Lee Bell, $231.00; C Spire Wireless, $78.82; Calvin Gaines, $630.00; Sanders Repair Service, $167.92; Material Resources, Inc $3,966.17. DISTRICT THREE ROAD FUND: Raymond Bocking, $100.00; Concordia Bank & Trust, $1,304.95; Jr.'s Auto Parts, $277.45; Richland Equipment Co $.96; DOZER, LLC, $87.94; Town of Centreville, $32.00; Fortenberry Body Shop, $209.03; C Spire Wireless, $55.19; Sanders Repair Service $32.48; Customs Products Corp, $3,067.65; LaFarge North America, $853.41; Buffalo Services, Inc $2,952:70. DISTRICT FOUR ROAD FUND: UMB, $1,660.62; S/W MS EPA, $265.25; Puckett Machinery, $49.24; Town of Woodville, $31.88; Earl's Detail & Tire Service, $370.00; Entergy, $87.64; C Spire Wireless, $44.67; S/W MS EPA, $32.00; Sanders Repair Service, $172.41; Kenyon Jackson, $649.62; Material Resources, Inc $2,375.73. DISTRICT FIVE ROAD FUND: Concordia Bank & Trust, $1,304.95; same, $2,392.15; Certified Labo- ratories, $330.84; Jr.'s Auto Parts, $38.45; Puckett Ma- chinery, $152.11; Buffalo Services, Inc $3,278.26; C Spire Wireless, $86.81; S/W MS EPA, $146.00; Sand- ers Repair Service, $68.26; Buffalo Services, Inc $2,004.66. COUNTY WIDE BRIDGE FUND: Jr.'s Auto Parts, $95.38; AlrGas USA, LLC, $21.29; Ergon, $6,619.73; Custom Prod- ucts Corp $2,650.42; Con- cordia Bank And Trust, $21,663.~4; Custom Prod- ucts Corp $3,369.20; JAIL CONSTRUCTION COP: Trustmark National Bank, $27,831.25. SOLID WASTE DE- PARTMENT FUND: Waste Pro $31,350.00; Riverbend Environmental, $3,360.63; C Spire Business Solu- tions, $34.95; Smith Print- ing, $1,164.85; Delta Com- puter Systems, $150.00; 'Waste::: Pro $31,350.00; Entergy, $10.04; Marlin Reid, $334.04; Ashley Perry, $162.79. $1,121,777.37 TOTAL ALL INVOICES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AFFORDABLE PRICE MERCY FUNERAL HOMEric 411 M Street Woodville 39669 601-888-6060 HONORING ALL POLICIES! $3595 PACKAGE INCLUDES: TransffSr of Remains Embalming Funeral Ceremony Standard Size 20-Guage ,Mezal Non -Protective Casket (Limited Colors Available) Prices do not include taxes, cash advance items or cemetery expenses. Prices subject to change and certain restrictions apply. Gi fl RaY Whetstone Iii is celebrabng the He wants his friends and family to help him celebrate! Please come and wish him a Happy Birthday! Thursday, March 29, 2018 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. South of the Border To add events call 601-888-4293 or email wrepublican@bellsouth.net by noon Friday MARCH 1st & 3rd Oak Hill 1st Zion BC, Service Times/9 am; Bible Study Thurs./6:45 pm 14,21,28 Renewed Hope AI-Anon Family Group Meet, Old P. O. Bldg Commercial Row, 11:30 am-12:30 pm 17 New Life Community BC, Family & Friends Day, Speaker/Pastor Jerry Dixon, 6 pm 18 Embrew BC, Christian @ The Clock, Sponsors-Sister K. Johnson & Deacon W. Bruce, 3 pm 18 Mt. Zion BC, Pastor Nathaniel Nelson 26th Year Anniversary, Guests/Charles Bell + Church, 2 pm 25 Nathaniel BC, Annual Homecoming Celebration, Guests/Pastor Brandon Collins + Church, noon 25 New Zion Hill BC, Rev. Tyser Brown's 13th Year Anniver Guest/Rev. Michael Washington, 2 pm 25 WCHS Gym, Domestic Violence Stage Play, $15 adults/S6 youth (3-13 yrs.)/under 2 yrs. free, 7 pm 28 WCSD, St. Jude Fund Raiser, Dress Down Day, In Memory of Josh Smallwood, Donation Fund APRIL 14 Courthouse Square, March of Dimes Walk 8 am-11am, Parade I pm, Keshia Ford, 601-807-4505 i ~ EED CASH? ~ ~. $25 To $300 ~ NOT A FINANCE COMPANY ALL BUSINESS CONFIDENTIAL No Credit Check Same Day Service