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The Woodville Republican, Thursday, April 3,2014 Page 5A INVITATION Classified ads must be paid in advance. $12 minimum for 60 words or less. Over 60 words, 13 per word, first in- sertion, subsequent insertions 11 per word. Tear sheets cost $5. Deadline for all classified ads is Friday at noon. No ex- ceptions! Marl to P. O. Box 696, Woodville, MS 39669. 1/tf DAD DOES LAWNS: Do you have too much lawn, but not enough thne? Call Dad Does Lawns. Ask for Gary or Jeanne. We mow, weedeat, blow away whafs left -- Cent- reville, Woedvflle, Gloster, Lib- erty, Cmsby areas. We do have references if you want. Call or text 225-284-8759. 4/3/2w RN'S NEEDED: Wilkinson County Senior Care located in Centreville, MS, now has the following positions avail- able: Part-time RN weekend manager needed for day shift. Excellent pay, friendly envi- ronment. Experience in a long- term care a plus. If interested, please notify Kathy Sterling, RN, DON or Ginger Martinez, RN ADeN at 601-645-5253. 4/3/2w CPA POSITION: Wilk- Amite Water is now accept- ing bids for a CPA to do anmml audit and company taxes mad W2's. Mail bids to Wilk-Amite Water, P.O. Box 849, Gloster, MS 39638 by April 10, 2014. 4/3/lw CNA'S NEEDED: Wilkinson County Senior Care located in Centrev- ille, MS, now has the fol- lowing positions available: Full-time CNA's needed for 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. and 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. Excellent pay, friendly environment. Experience in a long-term care a plus. If interested, please notify Kathy Ster- ling, RN, DON or Ashley Dillon, RN, ADeN at 601- 645-5253. 3/27/2w GOVT. BACKED LOANS available for Manufactured Homes!!! 2, 3, 4 and 5 Bedrooms Available!!! Call 601-249- 2084. 3/27/2w $O DOWN if you own land or have Family Land!I! 2, 3, 4 and 5 Bed- room Homes Available!!! Call 601-249-2084. 3/27/2w St. John Baptist Chumh No. i cordially invites the gen- eral public to come and wor- ship with us in celebrating our Annual Homecoming Servk~ on the first Sunday in April, April 6, at 2 p.m. The home- coming message will be deliv- ered by the pastor, Reverend Ernest Ford, Sr. Thanking you in advance for your cooperation and participation. Sarah A. Stanwood, assistant secretary; Rev. Ernest Ford, Sr., paster INVITATION We, the Mount Pleasant Baptist Church family, take this time to cordially invite your church family and the general public to worship with us as we celebrate the 25th Year Anniversary of Our Pas- tor, Reve~nd Londia C. Weath- erspoon/Sr., on the second Sunday in April, same being April 13, at 11 a.m. The Rev- erend Lflten McQuarter along with the Second True Love Missionary Baptist Church will serve as our special guests. Let is be known that whenever you need the Mount Pleasant Baptist Church family, we will gladly respond in any Chris- tian way possible. --Motmt Pleasant BC family; Re Londia C. Weatherspoo: Sr., pastor LOOKING FOR SHUT- TERS: Need wooden window shutters 6 feet tall by 16 inches wide. Call 601-888- 4293. 3/6/tf FOR SALE: Thermo- laire 16,000 BTU natu- ral gas space heater $75; Broan range hood $25; Waste King 1001 Legend Series kitchen sink dis- posal $50; cast iron bath tub. Call 601-888-4293. 12/26/tf POSTED: All lands in W'flkinson County owned by the Ed Rollins Family, AKA Jasmine Hill, I_J_~, are posted against all hunting, fishing and otherwise trespassing. All for- mer permissions are revoked unless obtained in writing. -- Estate of Joan & Edward S. Rellins POSTED AND PA- TROLLED: All lands in Wilkinson County on the Rac- coon Road owned by the Estate of St. Clair Ross are hereby posted against hunting, fishing and otherwise trespassing. All former permissions revoked, unless obtained in writing. Vio- laters ~ be prosecuted. -- Es- tate of St. Clair Ross 10/13 d'sh. Upgrade to DISH TODAY! FLEX WCES Celebrates Dr. Seuss' Birthday WCES Fourth Grade Students shown with Reading Specialist Carol Williams Wilkinson County Attendance Officer Edward Anthony is shown reading a book to WCES students. WCHS football players Allenzae Staggers, Ladarian Peterson and Devin Voorhies read to elementary students. Happy birthday, Dr. Seuss! Wilkinson County Elementary School had a Seussical celebra- tion as they kicked offa week of reading to celebrate Dr. Suess' birthday and 17 years of the National Education Associa- tion Read Across America dur- ing the week of March 3-7. W.C.E.S. celebrated the week with lots of reading and fun activities centered on Dr. Suess. Pre-K and kindergar- ten classes listened to stories read by Allenzae Staggers, Ladarian Peterson and Devin Voorhies and had the pleasure of watching Carol Williams, Reading Specialist, and assis- tant Shawanna Jackson make green eggs and ham! ~.: Joyce Selmick, Presi= dent of MAE;r Carol Williams and Mr. Edward Anthony read INVITATION The Bay Ridge Baptist Church extends a cordial in- vitation to the community to attend the 35th Pastor's Anniversary Honoring Rev- erend Frank Sullivan on Sunday, April 6, at 1 p.m. "Please join us for this spe- cial occasion," said church organizer. Dinner will be served. INVITATION Save up to $2,500 on Singles and up to $5,000 on Doubles We, the Mount Pleas- ant Baptist Church family, take this time to cordially invite your church family and the general public to worship with us as we cel- ebrate our Annual Florist Club Musical on the fourth Saturday in April, same be- ing April 26, at 6 p.m. The special guests for this joyous occasion will. be the Men of God, also featuring The Freewill Gospel Singers and The Sons of Christ, all of Liberty, and other musical groups and soloists. Let is be known that whenever you need the Mount Pleas- ant Baptist Church family, we will gladly respond in any Christian way possible. Thanking you in advance and in the Name of Jesus Christ. -- Mt. Pleasant BC Florist Club; Rev. Londia C. Weatherspoon, Sr., pastor; Sister Dechell Moody, florist club president Drive a Little lave Lots!! Finch Elementary School Academic Honor Students For First Semester to other grades throughout the week. Students received Dr. Seuss' pendls, stickers, and bookmarks to commemorate the week. On Friday, students ended the week long celebra- tion by wearing Dr. Seuss in- spired T-shirts. 'This was a wonderful week of learning and celebrating Dr. Suess! This week showed that aid, Lamesha Melson, A'ziya reading can be fun and we are Parker, De~ondra Parker, encouraging our students to Counselors at Finch Ele- Lazavion Parker, Rannaje mentary School have released Robinson, Lee'Andre Slack, the names of the students who Jaylah Smith, Kayla Smith, have successfiffiy achieved the LaJade Smith, Derrindsha grades to be recognized for ace- VanNorman, Zychavion Van- demic honors. Norms, Gartavion Woodside, Superintendents Schol- Davon Allen, Derrion Allen, ars: De'ziah Brengettsy, Jymerial Anderson, Antonia Jakyra Chapman, Tiara Jack- Blakes, LeTarius Clark, Za- son, Edzyreia Reese, Joshua quarrius Faust, Curtis Green, Slack, Linal Tickles, Amaria SeAhsia Hamilton, Aniyah VanNorman, Jaiden Vaughn, Holmes, Jimmie Jackson, KeAjah Walker, Cherrie Johneda Johnson, Ranesshia Wilkinson, Serenity Packnett, Jones, Milkalah Knight, l_alia Montgomery; Travell Knox, Micheria Neal, Principal's Scholars: Lakendra Norwood, Jer- Dekevion Andrews, Miracle ryon Rogers, Jaden Stewart, Brown, Andrayia Cotton, An- KeAmber Turner, Tiyanna teniyia Cotton, Dontevious Washington, Amaya Banks, Dennis, Ke'Asia Hall, Latel- Destiny Brown, Aniya Her- vion Henyard, Julissa Jackson, bert, Maryonna Huff, Neveah Markisha Jones, Akilah Kin- Hunt, Nicholas Jones, Kristy caid, Harmoni Pennon, Madl- Mattews, Shawndrielle Mur- son Quirm, Kaylyn Robinson, phy, Jy'Ke'wra Powell, Na- Ran'nya Robinson, Aaliyah dia Quinn, Jordan Sibley, Samuels, Kamyra Washing- John Smith Jr., Kevontae ton, Shaunthia Washington, Smith, Sekoya Smith, Shed- Jamarius Well, Antavion icka Turner, Dondre Weather- West, Desirae Winding, Cam- spoon, DaMarion West, Perry eron Woodard, Jerry Bell, White Jr., Ladasion Williams, Erinesha Chisholm, Ashanti Gregory Woodard, I.artavius Collins, Dwayne Faust, Leviti- Young, Jadarius Anderson, cus Faust, Ladarius Galtuey, Zucarro Blackmore, Tannie Leoniaya Jackson, Shajohndra Bland Jr., Kevinesha Bonds, Norwood, I~niyah Peele, De- Leonard Clark, Andra Cotton quandre Seaberry, Khaidejah Jr., Tyranita Covington, De- Stevall, Myiesha Weathers- marcus Douglas, Anaya Gaul- by, Darrieion Banks, ITNyla den, Samirea Green, Quentis Clark, Kassidy Clark, Jume- Griffin Jr., Jeremial Hampton, anesha Cooper, Tenia Stovall, Juan Isaac Jr., Carlos Jack- Samaria Ursin, Asia White, son Jr., Donavan Jackson, Terrinessia White, Tydarius Sheridan Jacques, Erionna Anderson, Jacadia Bee, Dia- Jarvis, A'niyah Lanus, Denay moniecia Brown, CydeU Gib- McKey, DAkari Montgomery, sen Jr., Amari Johnson, Regi- Shamyra Norwood, KeeNeish nald Mattire Jr., Jontavian Parker, Nekiyah Parker, Ni- Sanders, Vanche Seiber, Akh- jaron Thompson, Tierra West~ iya Stewart, IAnasia Tickles, Gonecia Williams, GarrVonte Jerome Timmons HI, Darrell Woodside, Drekevion Ander- Banks, Kinnidy Clark, Maliq son, Alexandria Archie, Alaza Nehflla, Samoia Toy, Chey- Bentley, Kelvin Douglas, Al- enne Wilkinson, Ju~ravion phonse Griffin, Keionna Wilson. Honor Rolb Terry An- derson, Kendarius Bacon, Shawnyla Collins, Jameria Harris, Lavasha Howard, Johnkeveen Johnson, Shaniya Kenny, RoyTavious Lee, Rod- erick Mattire, Kelvin McDon- Hamilton, Jakyria Harris, Shermesha Jackson, Ricar- ria Jarrell, TaNiya Lee, Tera- nishia Md)onald, Lorenz Pat- terson, E'miyah Slan, Zarria Milan Smith, Dylaa Stewart, Jamyrion Stewart, Breanna Tobias, Donyli Weatherspoon, Lacie Whafley, Aariel White, AT}aria Wilson. develop a love of reading!" said Woodville Head Start Registration Now In Progress Principal Eddwin Smith. Originally created by NEA and Dr. Seuss Enterprises, L.Pi, as a one-day event on Dr, Seuss' March 2nd birthday, NEA's Read Across America hasigrown into a nationwide lt~am: that promotes read- ~'with fun activities every day. AJFC Community Action Agency, Inc., Head Start Mass Registration is now in progress. Applications are being taken at the Wood, Us Head Start Center, located at 1823 Hwy. 24 West, Woedville, MS. Applications are being taken on children ages 3 and 4 years old who make their 3rd birthday oh or before September 1, 2014, regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin or disability condition. Time-- 8:30 a.m. -- 3:30 p.m., Men- day-- Friday. For more information contact the Woodville Head Start Center, phone number 601~3920. 694 US Hwy 61 S. Woodville, MS mooantsh0mes.00m Sale ends when all 2013 models are gone Auclions 23rd Annual Spring huctlen Sat,, April S, 2014 @ 8 AM Kosciusko, MS We will be selling equipment from; Butch Youngblood E~ate, Attala County, ~rroll County, Weber County, ~nks, Farmers, Contractors, Individuals, and many others, *Farm and coastrudion equipment, trucB, trailers, automobiles, g0tf carts,and much more. Open to the public to buy or se[L Give us a call today if you have equipment you would like to consign. 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