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The Woodville Republican, Thursday, April 5, 2018 Page 3 Jerry T. Enis, Jr. WEDDING ANNOUNCED Ariele Rochelle Davis and and received both a Bach- Akeem Olajuwon Kimber elor and Master of Science were man'ied on Saturday, in Business Management March 31, 2018, at New and Business Administra- Millennium Community Church in Gretna, Louisi- ana. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Ronnie and Eunice Davis, Sr of Wood- ville and New Orleans, Louisiana. She is the tion. The prospective bride- groom is the son of Cathy Aitkens and W. D. Kimber of New Orleans and Mid- night. He is the grandson of Rebecca Williams and Sherman Williams of Mid- granddaughter of Mary night. He graduated from Lee Wilson and the late Southeastern Louisiana Frank (Hubert) Davis of University and received a Woodville. She graduated Bachelor of Arts in Busi- from Dniversity of Phoenix ness Managemept Funeral services for Jerry T. Enis, Jr 69, of Wood- ville, were held at 10 a.m. at the Newman Funeral Home Chapel in Woodville on Fri- day, March 30, 2018, with the Reverend Warren Whita- ker officiating. Burial followed in the Bunch Cemetery near Wood- ville under the direction of Newman Funeral Home. Visitation was held at the Newman Chapel in Wood- ville on Thursday, March 29, 2018, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m and continued on Fri- day, March 30, at the chapel from 9 a.m. until time of the service. Mr. Enis was born in Nat- chez on October 28, 1948, the son of Ola E. Enis and the late Jerry T. Enis. He died on Tuesday, March 27, 2018, at Our Lady of the Lake Re- gional Medical Center in Ba- ten Rouge, La. He was a retired insurance agent for Union National Life Insurance and a mem- ber of the Corinth Church of Christ. Survivors include his mother, Ola E. Enis of Wood- ville; one sister, Diane Scott of Brookhaven; a brother, Donald Enis of Woodville; five nieces; nine great-neph- ews; and four great-nieces. In addition to his father he was preceded in death by a brother, Cecil Earl Enis. Pallbearers were Scott Wesberry, Greg Wesberry, Justin Bonds, Larry Scott, Tyler Thomassie, Cads Fel- tus, Blake Thomassie, Ryan Perkins and William Thomp- son. Honorary pallbearers were Jason Wesberry, Milton Wes- berry, Dwayne Wells, Ronnie Babers and Boogie Long. Oliver James Your Money Now Tax Services Ja ice Washi gto ott b01-545-5020 225-955-1808 Walk-l.s Wdeomed! 315 Camp St. Centreville, across from B-Kwik I I Oct Let us check your A C refrigerant & service your generator ELECTRICAL HEATING & COOLING REFRIGERATION . PLUMBING Appliance Repair . Stand-B): G neratoz; Tazdcle -,s Hot l ter Heatez " IFi . 980 Hwy. 61 Woodviile 601-888-6053 ' Licensed in MS & LA ' -- Trane Dea,!er -- We Aocept Credit eardd ii iiiiiiiii iii!!i::: Funeral services for Oliver "Buddy" James, 86, of Wood- ville, were held on Wednes- day, March 14, 2018, at King Emanuel Baptist Church near Woodville with the Rev- erend Dwayne Anthony of- ficiating. Burial followed in the Bun- ker Hill Cemetery. Mr. James was born in Woodville on October 21, 1931, the son of Jimmy James and Lottie Davis- James. He died at his home on the Pinckneyville Road on Thursday, March 8, 2018. Mr. James was an active member of the King Eman- uel Baptist Church for many years, where he served on the Deacon Ministry, as the Sun- day School Superintendent and as assistant secretary in the financial department. He was also a long-standing member of Masonic Lodge No. 622 in Fort Adams. He was a construction worker and retired from Local Labor Union 1177 in 1986. He attended Edgefield Community School where he excelled academically. He is survived by his wife of 59 years, Martha James; seven daughters, Cynthia James-Williams, Monica Sprull, Wevlyn I. James, Wanda O. James, Carola Anderson, Celena Cage and Ingrid B. James; a son, Ja- son Elliott James; one sister, i: :: To add events call 601-888-4293 or email by noon Friday APRIL 2,9,16,23,30 Renewed Hope AI-Anon Family Group Mtg OId P.O. Bldg Commercial Row, 11:30 am-12:30 pm 5 6 6&20 7 7 8 14 ' 25 29 GMB Assoc./Grace & Mercy Church, Annual Youth Service, Rev. Tyser Brown, 6 pm Mount Olive Burial Association Meeting, 4 pm VA Hours For April, Centreville Mayor's Office, Wyvonna Kettley, 8 am-4 pm, GMB AssocJGrace & Mercy Church, Annual Adult Session, Pastor Cleveland Brown, 9 am Bleakhouse BC, 66 Books of the Bible, Daughters & Sons of Thunder, 14th Year Anniversary, 5 pm Mt. Pleasant MBC, Rev. Londia Weathersp(x)n 29th Year Anniversary, Dinner, 11:30 am Courthouse Square, March of Dimes Walk 8 am-11am, Parade 1 pm, Keshia Ford, 601-807-4505 Community Bible Study, Orchard Cafe, Refreshments, Pastor LeReginald Jones, 6 p.m. Oak Grove BC, Annual Homecoming, Pastor Rev. Reginald Jackson, noon 1100 U.S. Hwy. 61 South Woodville, MS Seal Tractor Company is expanding and needs full time, qualified mechanics For more information or to apply Call: 601-888-4253 and ask for Wil Seal Linda McMurty; a brother, Jimmie James, Jr.; a grand- daughter; eight grandsons; four great-granddaughters; two great-grandsons; and a host of other relatives and friends. In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by his paternal and maternal grandparents; a son, Oliver James, Jr.; and three sisters, Essie Blakes, Jessie Parker and Alma Davis. Active pallbearers were Marcus A. Anderson, Darryl F. Cage, Jr Christopher Da- vis, Samuel L. Gaines, Avery D. James, Gerald O. SpruU, Brian K. SpruU and Leroy Wilson. Honorary pallbearers in- eluded Kennith Anderson; Theodore Anthony, Eddie Bethley, Charles Blakes, Ledell Blakes, Darryl F. Cage, Bernard Davis, David Green, Melvin Harris, Jim- mie James, Jr JimmSe A. James, Napoleon Jarvis, James Christopher Miley, Carl Miller, Franklin Payne, Eugene Rheams, Gerald Sprnll and Terry Williams. Manarah L. Leake Funeral services for Manarah Lucille "Billie" Leake, 92, of Woodville, were held at the Woodville Baptist Church at 11 a.m. on Wednes- day, April 4, 2018. The Rev- erend Dr. George Bannister and the Reverend Warren Whitaker II officiated. Burial followed in Ever- green Cemetery in Woodville with Newman Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Visitation was held on Tuesday, April 3, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the church, and continued on Wednesday at the church from 9:30 a.m. un- til time of the service at 11 a.m. Mrs. Leake was born in Carson on March 3, 1926, the daughter of the late James Scott Smith and Beulah Boz- eman Scott. She died at her home near Woedville on Mon- day, April 2, 2018. Mrs. Leake was a retired dolyn Clarridy of Jacksonville, Florida, Shelia Brown, Debra Davis and Shawn Reynolds, all of Jasper; three brothers, George Davis of Jackson~Slle, and Theren Reynolds and Laney Reynolds, Jr both of Jasper; 12 grandchildren; two great grandchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his father, Laney George Reynolds; his twin brother, Raynell Reynolds; and two sisters, Kimborly Reynolds and Ariette Reynolds. Winnie D. Robinson Winnie Dell Robinson, 97, of Centreville, passed away Monday, April 2, 2018, at Wilkinson County Senior Care. She was born February 13, 1921, in Centreville. A beloved Christian mother, grandmoth- er, great-grandmother, sister and aunt, she was a retired Police Department Dispatcher with the Town of Centreville and a life-long member of Cen- treville Baptist ChurcK Services will be held at Centreville Baptist Church on Thursday, April 5, 2018, at 1:00 p.m with Dr. Den- nis Johnsey and the Reverend Fred Day officiating. Visitation will be at the church on Thursday from 11:00 a.m. until time of service at 1:00 p.m. Interment will follow at Oaldawn Cemetery in Cent- reville with Newman Funeral Home in charge of arrange- ments. She was preceded in death by her parents, Milton Hughes and Leila McCurley Hughes; husband, Melvin Robinson; sen, William Robinson; one brother, Leslie Hughes; and two sisters, Genevieve Harley and Vernell Cassels. She is survived by a daugh- ter, Linnie Walton of Denham Springs, La,; one son, Robert Robinson of Denham Springs, La.; four sisters, Pauline Carter of Baton Rouge, La Olivia Hedges of Slaughter, La Glenda Hinson of Flor- ence and Jean Mann of Zach- ary, La.; one brother, M. H. Hughes, Jr of CentreviUe; seven grandchildren; 15 great- grandchildren; and a number of other relatives and friends. Pallbearers will be Brent Robinson, Alton Hedges, Frank Johnson, Gregory Ad- kins, Matthew Ecuyer and Dustin Cassels. Honorary pallbearers will be M. H. Hughes Jr Jimmfe Carter, James Hedges, Billy Mann and Jimmie Cassels. BB (Continued Board President Kenyon Jackson said he has been receiving calls from individ- uals wanting to rent the old Fruit of the Loom building. "I want people to know that I have no authority to rent out this county build- ing. I am only one vote on the board, and it takes a majority vote of the board. If someone is interested in renting it, you must come from Page 1) was unanimously approved. Shannon Anderson with Mississippi Deferred Com- pensation appeared be- fore the board to request permission to speak with county employees about purchasing a deferred com- pensation plan as a supple- ment to their Public Re- tirees Retirement System (PERS) plan. "The minimum monthly before the board of supervi- installment is $25, and it sors to make your request," can be a savings account or said Jackson. invested in ways including He continued, "To rent the stock market," Ander- the Wilkinson County Park, son said. you can call the Chancery The board agreed to allow Clerk's Office at 601-888- her to visit with all depart- kindergarten and school4381." ment heads about her com- teacher. She was a faithful Supervisor Seal asked pany's retirement accounts. that an invoice for gravel The next regularly sched- purchased from a local uled meeting of the Wilkin- landowner be entered on son County Board of Super- his claim docket for this visors will be held in the month. The cost of the grav- board room of the Wilkin- el was $600. On nmtiort: : ::son ,- County Courthouse Seal and sec0rtd by, Net l ,: ?] egIni ing 9:30 a.m. the claims docket matter Monday, April 23. Agency, Inc. Serving Woodville and Wilkinson County Since 1920 ililiiiiiiii!iiiii i : !iiiil iiii!iiiiii iiiiii ii i i!!iii iii i! iiiii ! ii i' ::ii~i? ~!!ii~:: ~iii~!~!ii:i~ii~iiiii Auto * Home Mobile Homes Motorcycles ATVs Motor Homes Travel Trailers Churches Commercial I roperty & Liability 'Annuities Life Health Andy J. Lewis--Agent 425 Depot Street P,O. 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Interment followed at Greenwood Cemtery in Woodville. Mr. Reynolds was a long- time employee for Ironwork- ers 623 in Baton ROUge, La. He was united in holy mat- rimony to Talvish Smith on March 2, 1984, and born to this tmion were two children, Courtney and Brittany Reyn- olds. Survivors include his wife, Talvish Reynolds of Woodville; eight daugh- ters, Lashonda Stewart of Fayette, Franlde Culbert of Fort Worth, Texas, Court- ney Reynolds and Brittany Reynolds, both of Woodville, and Emily Reynolds, Ashley Reynolds, Kimberly Reyn- olds and Valerey Reynolds, all of Jasper; his mother, Edna Reynolds; four sisters, Gwen- 411 M Street Woodville, 39669 601-888-6060 HONORING ALL POLICIES! $3595 PACKAGE INCLUDES: Transfer of Remains Embalming Funeral Ceremony Standard Size 20- Guage Metal 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, used ~ll do? Buy Here! 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