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The Woodville Republican, Thursday, April 3, 20 i4 Page I- W/WC MSA President Scott Wesberry Guest Speaker For February Jr. IRC Meeting Wood~lle Wilkinson Court- Streets there began to deterio- ty Main S~eet Association rate. He touched on the group's President Scott Wesberry was four point theory which em- the speaker for the February phasizes organization, design, meeting of the Junior Irwin promotion and economic re- Russell Club which was held structuring. He concluded his at the home of Mrs. David presentation with a question Flaccomio on Friday, after- and answersession. noon, February 14. Additional Following the program the hostesses included Mrs. Bruce ladies enjoyed crab cakes with Lewis, Mrs. David McGraw remoulade sauce on a bed of and Mrs. Clifford Whetstone. mixed greens, red pepper and Wesberry gave the history Gouda chowder and red velvet of the national organization cream cheese cupcakes driz- which started in the midwest zled with chocolate and topped with the purpose of revitaliz- with fresh raspberries. - Club ing downtown areas as Main Secretary Princess Ball Set For Friday, April 11 At Southwest Mississippi Community College Southwest Mississippi Com- and $10 per additional child munity College Bear Track- or adult. Tickets can be pur- ers will present The Princess chased in advance at the Ball at Southwest Mississippi SMCC Academic Counseling Commtmity College. Come Center located in Kenna Hall enjoy refreshments, music and Room 112. dancing with your princess, No tickets will be sold at the ages 4 through 12, on Friday, door the night of the event. April 11, from 6:30 p.m. until For more " informa- 8:30 p.m. at the SMCC Horace tion contact Pat Young at C. Holmes Student Union. 601.276.3844 or Karinlee Bris- The cost is $30 per couple ter at 601.276.3849. Flower Arranging Topic Of Jr. IRC March Meeting Its springtime and ev- erywhere blossoms are beginning to dot the local landscape. Redbud, quince, forsythia, the fruit trees, violets, even the wild yellow jasmine, everything is com- ing into bloom Apropos to this time of year, flower ar- ranging was the topic of the Friday, March fourteenth, meeting of the Junior Irwin Russell Club which was held at the home of Mrs. Wettlin Treppendahl, Jr. To the delight of club mem- bers, St. Francisville artist and flower arranger extraor- dinaire Susan Woodard Kelly used roses, camellias and daffodils to create a bouquet that could be used in three ways: to carry, wrapped to give as a gift or placed in a vase. Everyone was inspired to go home and try their hand at a springtime bouquet. The menu for the after- noon included tomato aspic, chicken salad, cheese straws and tiny Bundt cakes. Cohosting the meeting with Mrs. Treppendahl were Mrs. Bob Lewis, Mrs. George Nicholas and Mrs. Overton Nicholas. The next meeting will be held on Friday afternoon, April eleventh, at three-thir- ty at the home of Mrs. Jody Sessions. - Club Secretary Wilkinson County Library System New Book Arrivals The Wflldnson County Li-frey Archer; Blossom Street brary System has recently re- Br/des by Debbie Mac~nber; ceived the following new books: Death On Blackheath by Anne Adult Books --Be Carefi~Perry;, Destroyer Angel by Ne- What You Wish For by Jef- vada Barr, Distort/on by Terri Fort Adams Women's Club Meets At Bethel The ladies of the Fort Ad- ams Women's Club held a meeting on Wednesday, March 12, at Historic Bethel Plan- tation on Pinckneyville Road. Hostesses were Mrs. Monique Joseph and Mrs. Aulene Flac- comio. Everyone enjoyed a dell- dons lunch of Cajun gumbo, homemade potato salad, choc- olate covered strawberries, pound cake topped with lemon curd and coffee. Members and guests were treated to a tour of the lovely home and grounds, owned by Mrs. Monique Joseph. The plantation is currently being restored to its original, state and returned to a working farm. The ladies enjoyed view- bea~tiful gardens and murtyar], original buildings on cluding chickens, ducks, geese, peacocks, goats and horses. The next meeting will be held on Wednesday, April 9, with time and place to be an- nounced. -- Club Secretary )!!( !i ! i .i Blackstock; I've Got You Un- der My Skin by Mary Clark; Power Play by Danielle Steel; Rainy Day Dreams by Lori Copeland; Take This Cup by Bodie Thoene. Children's Books -- Feathers; Firefly July; Medal For Leroy; Noisy Paint Box; Snicker of Magic; Sparky; Stone Giant; You Can't Have Too Many Friends. For more information con- tact your local library. 625 Main Street * Woodville 601-888-6868 Open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday from 8:15 am to 4:30 pm Closed Thursday DR., DICK WHITAKER Optometrist Premier Physica]l Therapy 558 First South Street Woodville 601-888-7944 Board Certified Physical Therapist Virginia Lewis Whetstone, DPT Wilkinson County Calendar Of Events To add events please call 601-888-4293 6r email wrepublican@bellsouth.net by noon Friday MARCH 8-April 8 Spring Pilgrimage, Natchez, antebellum houses, events, entertainment, pageant APRIL 5 Bleakhouse BC, Youth Department lOth Year Anniversary, 5 pm 6 St. John BC #1, Annual Homecoming, Servjcas, Rev. Emest Ford, Sr., 2 pm 6 Bay Ridge BC, 35th Pastor's Anniversary/Rev. Frank Sullivan, Dinner, 1 pm 6 Free Springs BC Choir Fellowship Day & Youth Pre-Easter Celebration, dinner, 10 am 10 Bay Ridge BC, GMB Assoc. 128th Semi Annual Session, Youth Program, 6 pm 10 Hwy Patrol-Drivers Licenses/IDs, J.R. Hamilton Bldg., 8:30 am-4:00 pm 12 Bay Ridge BC, GMB Assoc 128th Semi Annual Session, Morning Session, 9 am 13 Mt. Pleasant BC, Pastor Rev. Londia C. Weatherspoon, Sr.,'s 25th Year Anniversary, 11 am 14 TRIAD-S.A.L.T. Meeting, Wilk. Co, Sheriffs Complex, Hwy 61 S., 10 am 17 W. Co. Extension Office, Lunch & Learn Program, "Rain Barrel Basics, Free Water," noon 26 Mt. Pleasant BC, Annual Florist Club Musical, special musical groups, 6 pm 29 Mt. Pleasant BC, Praise & Worship with Word of God by Bishop Rance Allen of Toledo, Ohio, 7 SWMFA Honors Indivduals, Company For Dedication SWMFA FORESTRY AWARDS -- Shep Van Cleave are, from left to right: Crawford of Woodville, left, holds the daughter, Carla Gambrell, son, Clif- Friend of ForestryAward, while Nan- ton Van Cleave, and longtime cre- cy Van Cleave of Centreville, seated, ployee Jerry Hill. Not shown is son holds the Forest Landowner of the Christopher Van Cleave. -- Submit- Year Award. Standing behind Mrs. ted Photo SWMFA Announces Honorees At Annual Meeting by Ernest Herndon Enterprise-Journal The Van Cleave fam- ily and Shep Crawford of Woodville won awards at the Southwest Mississippi Forestry Association annual banquet Friday at South- west Mississippi Commtmity College. Crawford received the Friend of Forestry Award, while Nancy Van Cleave re- ceived the Forest Landown- er of the Year Award along with her sons, Clifton and Christopher Van Cleave, and daughter, Clara Gambrell. Humorist Clyde Ray Webber, Jr., of Vidalia, Loui- siana, was the guest speaker. Crawford is an attorney, municipal judge for Wood- ville and Centreville, and longtime member of the SMCC board of trustees. In 1989, he began buying land and managing timber in Wilkinson County. "This avid turkey and quail hunter is always will- ing to assist landowners and timber managers and has donated his time and assis- tance to Mississippi State University Extension Ser- vice by presenting sessions on legal issues at Women in Ag trainings," said Amite County Extension Service agent Randy McKey, who presented both awards. The late Kent Van Cleave and wife, Nancy, started their company, Buffalo Wood, after moving to Cen- treville from Florida in 1965. The company operated pulpwood yards across southwest Mississippi and in Louisiana. Before his death in 1999, Van Cleave had acquired 15 tracts totaling 3,000 acres. Each Buffalo Wood tract is a certified tree farm with a written manage- ment program.. "Kent firmly believed that only through wise manage- ment -- by thinning, cutting, replanting, prescribed burn- ing and use of herbicides -- could forests reach their ulti- mate potential," McKey said. "In addition to company- owned land, Buffalo Wood, Land and Timber, through the dedicated efforts of the Van Cleave family and Jerry Hill, a 40-year employee and registered forester, continues to manage private timber tracts and purchase timber on the open market." Buffalo Wood also has hosted Extension Service and forestry association field days on its property. Thimbles & Threads Group Meets On March 27 The Thimbles and Threadssee, and reported a great time. was drawn and it was Claudia Quilt Guild met at the J.R. They were able to take classes Reed who just happened to be Hamilton Building in Wood- from severalwell-known teach- hand quilfng the squares she vjll~ o~ Thursday, March 27, ers as well as visit the vendor won in 2009. Congratulations, wi~ twelve mernbers present, shops that were present and Claudia! i~i~(~, president, Dionessia seeing the beautiful scenery in Our next meeting will be Dawson, showed us a crazy that area. The fest was held held at 9:00 a.m. on Thursday, quilt block using the paper in a beautiful new building April 24. Please join us ff you piecing technique which she recently completed in Pigeon would like to learn to quilt or if will be teaching at our April Forge. you are already a quilter. meeting. Members were given The following are quilts that Thimbles and Threads information about supplies and were displayed by members: would like to thank the Editor fabric needed to complete this Laney Skinner made a colorfifl of The Woodville Republican, task. Sowing machines are a baby quilt with the baby's name Andy Lewis, for coming to the must. Dionessia also showed on it for a niece, Phyllis Dawson Woodville Welcome Station to the fabric that has been se- showed a beautiful cross stitch take a picture of those quilters lected for oar Christmas in quilt that she had quilted for who were there to welcome July blocks. The fabric will be someone else and Mary Liberty visitors to Mississippi and handed out at a later meeting, displayed a gorgeous quilt using show them some real Southern Two of our members, Marythe Flower Blossom pattern. Hospitality. We spoke to many Bush and Melanie Waiters, at; Great job, ladies, visitors and appredated Andy tended the Pigeon Forge Quilt The name of the winner taking the time to record our Fest in Pigeon Forge, Tennes- for the latest challenge blocks day for us.- Club Reporter Relay For Life Easter Egg Hunt In Amite County There will be an Eas- Thursday, April 17, at 4Out Cancer. ter Egg Hunt to benefit p.m. The cost is $5 per the Relay for Life eventThe team fundraiser is child. There wilI be two at the Amite County being sponsored by the age groups, 0 to 5 years Courthouse Square on Courthouse Team, Strike old and 6 to 10 years old. Effective, Monday, April 14th, the drive-thru services at this location will move to our Downtown Branch 142 Royal Oak St., Woodville Same Drive.Thru Hours: M-F 8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Saturday 9:00 a.m. -12:00 noon United Mississippi Bank A Tradition of Community BankingTM 601-445-7000 www.tmitedmsbk.com