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t ! Page 10A The Woodville Republican, Thursday, March 27, 2014 CIVIC CLUB NEW RENOVATION PROJECT -- The Stutzman House at 640 First South Street is described in the National Register listing of 1982 as a "one story, three bay residence with a gable roof' with "six-over-six windows, a corbeled cornice, and a central door with sidelights and transom," and in our Volume III of The Journal of Wilkinson County History, author Stella Pitts reports that it is generally believed to be the second oldest house in Woodville, probably about 1805 or so. It is a solid brick structure with 14 foot ceilings and has its original man- tels. There is no question that it is one of the most important structures in Woodville and entirely worthy of restoration. Preliminary plans call for the stabilization of the structure with a new roof, needed masonry repairs, and the removal of the dete- riorated mid-twentieth century ad- dition on the east side of the house. -- Civic Club Photo W.C.Cuk. News by Asldey Wrice On Wednesday, April 9, WCCA students Cttllin Hen- dry, Ashley Wries and Tal Red- head will travel to Brandon to represent WCCA in the MAIS State Sdence Fair. Tal Redhead won first place in the District Sdence Fair. WCCA faculty and students invite family and friends to WC- CA's Field Day 2014. Sot your calendars for Saturday, Mamh 29. This year we will be cel- ebrating the 50th AnnivemmT of the Beatles during our ele- mentary program at 10:30 a. m. We  have special dedicatia_s after the program and before the auction begins at 11:30 an. This week was a week of testing as our elementary students took the Stanford Acevement Test and our up- per dasses took the Explore and Plan tests. All the spring sports are in full swing! Please check in the office for schedules and come support our tennis, track and baseball teams. Upcoming Events: Mar. 26, ABC Testing;, Mar. 28, State Sdence Olympiad Competion; Mar. 21, Baseball vs. Trin- ity, Home; Mar. 27, Baseball vs. Tal- hlah, Home; Mar. 29, Field Day;, Apr. 1, Baseball @ Tensas. Community Health Forum Woedville, lefs start a con- versation about healthy com- mtmifies on Thursday, April 3, at 5:30 pan. at the Woodville Munidpal Building, 131 Court- house Street. This is a commu- nity meeting to which everyone, all residents, parents, business owners, health professionals, organizations, etc. is invited and encouraged to attend to address health needs in the Woodville area. Natchez Salvage & Parts, Inc. Why b w new when used will d0? USED AUTO & TRUCK PARTS lhy Here! Pay 00tere! USED AUTOS 601-442-3626 or Toll Free 1-800.759-0631 BLACKSMITH SHOP IS WORTHY OF PRESERVATION -- It probably looks worse than it is. It is believed to be late 19th century. With a new roof and stabilization this structure can be saved. It would be a welcome addition to our historic district. With professional help and a worthwhile WOODVILLE CIVIC CLUB NEWS NEW WCC PROJECrE STUTZMAN BLACKSMITH SHOP & HOME In April of 2008 several members of the Stutzman fam- fly met with David vrfikerson and Emesto Caldeira of the Woodville Civic Club at the South of the Borde; and they agreed to work together and to try and save that property. PRESERVATION IS FOCUS The Civic Club saved the railroad building and its kitch- en building in 1973... and two years later we saved the Afri- can American Museum when the back wall was about to col- lapse. We were about to save the Depot Building but an un- fortunate accident burned it to the ground before we could do anything. Now we have to save the Stutzman House and the Blacksmith Shop. It's compli- cated to got it done but those buildings are worthy candi- dates, and we need to got start- ed. We need your help. The house is dose to two hundred years old.., one of the oldest in Woedville. The blacksmith shop is later. This community is fortunate that so many people are working togother to make this possible. Mrs. Mabel Maryman Clark has provided as with the deed to the property through pay- ment of property taxes, and during the last few years we have had donations of rifle made by most of the descen- dants with whom we have been in contact. It is dear. It is time to got on to the property and stabilize the main house and for us to got busy and prevent the black- smith shop from falling down. It can still be saved and we must do it. HISTORY Sophia Stutzman acquired the property in 1870, and when she died in 1915 she was sur- vived by four sons, Otto, Jacob Gustave, Joseph and Henry Leopold, and each inherited 1/4 interest in the property. exhibit on blacksmiths in 19th cen- tury Woodville, an exhibit of this sort could be open to visitors to see on their own. Several Stutzman heirs have indicated their willingness to donate artifacts they have in their possession which were once in this blacksmith shop. -- Civic Club Photo We know about the descen- dants of Joseph... they contin- ued to live in the property... and we know about the descen- dants of Henry Leopold. We do not know much of anything about Otto, except that it is believed that they end- ed up in Maine, and it appears Jacob Gustave went off to Cali- fornia.., and family members have not been in touch with either branch. DONATIONS TO DATE We are very grateful to the following Stutzman heirs who have already donated their interest in the property to The Woedville Civic Club Inc., and we recognize their gonerosity and their concern for their heri- tage. Other deed donations are in progress. 2012, June 20, Rosemary Spell of Woodvllle MS 2012, June 22, Michael Vin- cent D'Aquila of Brandon MS 2012, June 25, Frank ITAquila, Jr., of Falls Church VA 2012, June 25, Aulene Flac- comio of Woedville MS 2012, June 25, Judy Phillips of SalemVA 2012, June 25, Jackie Lynn Smith of Shreveport LA 2012, June 25, H. L. Stutzman of Huntsville AL 2012, June 26, William Hen- ry D'Aquila of St. FrancLwige LA 2012, June 26, Joe Stutzman of Natchez MS 2012, June 28, Sylvester D'Aqufla, Jr., of Biloxi MS 2012, June 28, Tillery John- sen of Woodville MS 2012, June 29, Mavis Whita- ker of Woodville MS 2012, July 2, Frances Fair- child of Lotfie LA 2012, July 5, Sue S. Floyd of Woodville MS 2012, July 26, Yvonne D. Dooley of St. Francisville LA 2012, July 31, Grace Stutzman of Woodville MS 2012, August 21, Howard Stutzman, Jr., of Covington LA 2012, August 27, Aubrey Stutzman Doucet of Lafayette LA 2012, Soptember 5, Shirley Stutzman Reed of St. Francis- ville LA OUI', LAI)Y Ot i TttE LAKI2 OLOLPhysicianGroup.com J PItYSICIAN GROUP HARDWOOD LOGS FOR SALE? BY i or delivered THOUSAND to mill Call 1-800-343-4577 Netterville Lumber Co. IN BUSINESS SINCE 1952 800 925-5556 2012, September 21. Mary Camille Johnson Carunchio of Pensacola FL 2013, January 18. Alta Stutzman of St. Francisville LA 2013, February 7, Vfldd Din- ning of Omaha NE This is not a complete list... and as we go on we will both pest these donors names to our website at www.historicwood- viUe.com and publish them here in our WCC News. We have begun accepting cash donations earmarked for this project and welcome your gitt.., to Stutzman Project, RO. Box 1055,Woedville MS 39669. Providers as trusted as the name that stands behind them. 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