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Page 2 The Woodville Republican, Thursday, April 18, 2013 MI~L~ISSlI~TS OLDF vt I~APE!~. ~-t~blidtNI 11l~14 0 i}aiWT epnbli an Woodville, Mississippi 39669 Andrew J. Lewis Publisher/Editor Lili R. Lewis Associate Editor/Adv. Manager Frances C. Devening Typesetter Kathleen Geter Daly Bookkeeper THE WOODVlLLE REPUBLICAN (USPS No. 462-260) is published weekly on Thursdays. Subscriptions: $28.00 per year in Wilkinson County, $30.00 per year outside Wilkinson County & in Miss and $32.00 per year outside Mississippi, 50 per copy. Office located 425 Depot Street, Woodville, MS 39669. Telephone (601) 888-4293, FAX (601) 888- 6156. Email: Periodicals Postage Paid at Woodville, MS 39669. POSTMASTER: Send all address changes to THE WOODVILLE REPUBLI- CAN, P.O. Box 696, Woodville, MS 39669-0696. James V. Foreman WASC,and was an active member in the 10-10 Club. Funeral services for James Survivors include three VemonForeman,82,ofBaker, sm~ James D. Foreman of La were held at ii am. on Baker, La Michael It Fore- Wednesday, April 17, 2013, at man of Zachary, La and Dar- the Newman Funeral Home rsn E. Foeman ofWalker, La.; Chapel in Cantrsville, con- asister, BurrnettBatesofLib- ducted by the Rovere~ Bobby ~ right grandchildren; and Thomb.ill. ii grsat-grandchfldren. Burial followed in Oak- He was preceded in death lawn Cemetery in Cenlzedlle by his parents, Vernon and under the direction of New- Eula Mac Forsraan; his wife, man Funeral Home. Mitzi "I.eota" Foreman; one Mr. Foreman was born in daughter, Sharon Fm~rnan; Liberty on May 4, 1930, the and a ~ Nerma Graves. son of the late Vernon and Eu- la Mac Foremml, and died at William E. Johnson Baton Rouge General Mid- City Hospital on Sunday, April William E. ~ Bill" 14, 2013. Jotmson, age 88, of Poncha- He was a retired Mill- teula, Louisian~ passed away wrightwithI tx~lNo. 729.He Sunday morning April 14, was a ham radio operator- 2013, at 2:45 am. at I aue The following candidates not necessarily indicate have announced their inten- these are the only candi- tions to seek election in the dates in each race. Municipal Democratic Party TOWN OF (~ENTREVILLE First Primary Elections which will be held on Tues- David Owens, Jr. (D) day, May 7, 2013, or in the Municipal General Election TOWN OF WOODVILLE which will be held on Tues- MAYOR day, June 4, 2013, appearing Billy Joe Jones (D) either as party representa- TOWN OF WOODVILLE tives or as independent can- BOARD OF ALDERMEN didates. Vivian Barnes (D) These individuals have Gene Lofton (D) paid a fee to be listed in this (D) Democrat cohunn. This column does (I) Independent ] A column by Rev. Bobby Thol'nhil~ Pastor Ceatrevflle & White's Chapel United Methodist Church~ "Then Jesus said to His disciples, "If anyone de- sires to come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross and fol- low m~ For whoever de- find it. '~' Matthew 16.24-25 Centreville Academy vanna Arnett, Cole Curry, (NKJV) Hunter James, Jeffrey Jelks, Most folks who are a patti 3rd Nine Weeks Kambree Justus, Rylie of a local Church congrega- Melancon, Macie Miley, tion have been to the Cross; Honor Roll " Beaux Moulton, Madison meaning that they have un- Netterville, Makenzi New- derstoed, to some degree, Headmaster Hurst has man, William Olive, Tyler that Jesus died on the Cross released the names of the Thomassie, Jennifer Wells, for their sins. It is however a students whose grades enti- Jamie Williams. sad fact that most church tied them to be listed on the honor roll for the third nine weeks. 1st Grade A Honor Roll-Logan Brown, Brooke A-B Honor Roll-Kassidythe Resurrection.)They have Carpenter, Owen Clark, Jelks, Trace LaCoste, Mary not experienced the Cross Madison Havard, Braxton Overbey, James Shell,and it's dreadfulness, they Hill, Kaylea Kimery, Taylor Schaefer Walls. have not been afflicted by the Kinabrew, India Kirkland, 8th Grade A Honor Cross, nor convicted by the Christopher Lambert, Brody Roll-Austen Addington,Cross to the point of surren- Mouton, Dakotah Nettles, Katelyn Chandler, Taylor der to Jesus Christ. To put it Graecie Robinson, Rylee Hurst, Donald Jones, Sydnie in words that might be easi- Shell, Emily Sterfing; 1st Lyons, Carvin Netterville, er to understand, we can say Grade A-B Honor Roll- KayleyWomack;8th Gradethat most of us go to Church Jace Babineaux, Layla A-B Honor Roll-Krista like some people go to ball- Babineaux, Baylie Ford, Sydney Freeman, Emily McKey, Elizabeth Rogillio, Connor Steele, Kadance Vanderford, Calleb Wilson. cry McKey, Corianne M0u- 2nd Grade A Honor ton, John Rollins, Emily Cross, then we never allow it Roll-Emma Bicker, Edward Vice. to work it's work within us, Kirk]and, Annabelle Wind- 9th Grade A Honor we never experience the ham; 2nd Grade A-B Hon- Roll-Fernanda Diaz, Han- work of the Cress, which is to or Roll-Caitlyn Baudouin, nah Guilbeau, Marti Ann bring us to the point of sur- Kyleigh Brunet, Reva Cavin, Longmire, Savanah Peter- rendering our lives to Jesus Landon Compton, Katey s0n, Charli Stevens; 9th because our flesh has been Day, Joshua Hall, Tyler Ho- Grade A-B Honor Roll- pierced by the conviction of lifield, David Jett, Weston Andrew Abadie, Katelynn the Cress. In effect, we, who LeBlanc, Carley Milliken, Bell, Dylan Brunson, Tyler have gone through the Cross, LexleaSterling. Caston, Andrew Hill, have been crucified with 3rd Grade A Honor Matthew Isonhood, ScanChrist (Galatians 2:20) just Roll-Nikki Burt, Colby Cur- Perry, Taylor Rogillio, Tanner as He surrendered His own ry, Branden Kimery, Callie Rouse, Kristina Seyfarth, will to the Father, our per- McDaniels, Sarah McKey, Michael Spangler, Makenzie sonal will has been surren- Conner Priest, Cayla Robin- Tarver, Emma Walls. dered to His perfect will. If son, Julia Wells; 3rd Grade 10th Grade A Honor we stop at merely going to A-B Honor Roll-Madelyn Roll-Braelon Bigner, Alison the Cross we can never exp~ Babineaux, Lindsey Clark, Brabham; 10th Grade A-B Hence the fullness of what Savannah Hailey, Lance HonorRoll-HannahAnder-Jesus died to give us. It is Kinabrew, Ethan Lea, Tuck- son, Brian Arnett, Javan necessary for all Christians er Lobrano, Grant Murray, Berninger, Amanda Brown, that the Cross of Christ be Peyton Olive, Nicholas Par- Kole Chandler, Katelyngiven the opportunity'to rish, Asa Rushing, Brayden Fuselier, Cody Haygood, pierce our hearts so that we Steele, Leah Sterling. Michael Haygood, Chasemight be raised with Him. 4th Grade A Honor Hughes, Clayton Metz, Cody We must lose our spiritual Roll-Preston McDaniels, White, Jacob Zachomhak. lives(v 26) in order to find Paige Miller, Christopher llth Grade A Honor Scott; 4th Grade A-B Hon- Roll-Aurora Diaz, Mikalyn or Roll-Lane Carpenter, Spangler; llth Grade A-B Lacy Darden, Haley Honor Roll-Tayler Jones, Kinabrew, Abby McCurley, Miranda Perry, Brooke Courtney McKey, Kali Net- Stewart, Chelsea Tarver. ties, Wesley Sterling, Made- 12th Grade A Honor lyn Windham. Roll-Noah Abadie, Raven 5th Grade A Honor Aldridge, Randall Bell, Ari- Roll-Patrick Day, Kimble ana Bigner, Taylor Brashier, Jett, Blake Lyons, Brian Camille Fisher, Kaylea Womack; 5th Grade A-B Hurst, Megan Jelks, Cody Honor Roll-Luke Abadie, Peak, Tori Rouse, Charlsey Hannah Babineaux, Stark; 12th Grade A-B Brayson Boeta, Cody Boeta, Honor Roll-Taylor Delatte, Abby Hill, Cade Hurst, Dal- Tyler Duncan, Corey tbn Peterson, Madelyn Gaulden, Madelen Greer, Stevens, Regan Stevenson, Christopher Hawthorne, Riley Wroten. Kayla LeBlanc, Cale McKey, 6th Grade A Honor Chelsea Nabors, Justin Roll-William Brabham, Tan- Ryan, Jessica Vanderford, ner Cavin, Katelyn Havard, Riley Walls, Shelby Wilkins, James Leggett, Madalyn Pc- Dustin Williams. terson, Emily. Rushing; 6th Centreville Academy Grade A-B Honor RoI1-Sa- Who's Who Hwy. 24. Centreville 601-645-5986 WE ACCEPT CREDIT CARDS * * * * true life, which is life in the Spirit. The Cross is the straight and narrow way, through it's portal we must go, allowing it to work it's work within us so that we, having experienced it's cleansing power, are able to reach out to those who are yet to come through it's awe- sires to save his life will some gates. The Cross is the lose it, but whoever loses only point of entry, it'sdeeris his life for My sake will only, and even then scarcely, large enough for one to fit through. Any encumbrances, such as pride, arrogance, and the like can not fit through, only, again and scarcely, is there room for us to enter, all trappings of the flesh must be left behind. The Cross of Christ is the great equalizer whereby all men are recreat- 7th Grade A Honor folk have not been through Roll-Sterling'Aaron, Asa the Cross. (The Cross here Abadie, Hailey Etheridge, meaning the whole event Aston Guitreau; 7th Grade from the Crucifixion through not easy nor is it pleasant, ed equal and in His image. The Cross is the cradle in which we are born again. It is but it is absolutely ours to do. We must not stand and gape at the Cross, we all must go through. Have you been through the Cross? Have you experienced it's healing and restoration? You say you have faith in Jesus, that faith will lead you to the Cross, but will you crucify your will and go through it as it stands like We Sell Chicken Necks ALSO DELICIOUS Fried Catfish, Shrimp, Oysters & Gumbo -- SPECIALS FOR APRIL Sat: $2 off all buckets 12 pc & up M-Sat: 3 pc. dark w/1 side $4 plus tax Box, KaitlynnDevall, Bailey games, they go to tailgate a beacon on a deserted Devall, Clara Jelks, Caitlynn and never go into the stadi- shore? Jones, Caroline Lobrano, urn, TheY have been to the Katherine McDowell, Zach- game, but never e~pe "rich~ the game. If we only go't0 tl~e Mr. CA-Randy Bell, Miss CA-Kaylea Hurst; Most Like- ly To Succeed: Cody Peak, Taylor Brashier; Most Intelli- gent: Cody Peak, Camille Fisher; Most Cooperative: Randy Bell, Kayla LeBlanc; Most Outstanding Athlete: Randy Bell, Tori Rouse; Friendliest: Gage Chandler, Kaylea Hurst; Most School Spirit: Tyler Duncan, Kaylea Hurst; Senior Class Favorites: Gage Chandler, Raven Aldridge; Senior Class Beaus: Randy Bell, Jake Darden; Ju- nior Class Favorites: Colby Shaw, Aurora Diaz; Junior Class Beaus: Mark Curry, Colby Shaw; Sophomore Class Favorites; Caleb Beatty Amanda Brown; Sophomore Class Beaus: Casey Haygood, Parker Doughty; Freshman Class Favorites: Phillip Cutr- er, Katelynn Bell; 8th Grade Class Favorites: Scout Chan- dler, Kayley Womack; 7th Grade Class Favorites: Stone Reynolds, Harley. Etheridge. Most Beautiful: Ariana Bigner; 1st Runner-Up, Raven Aldridge; 2nd Runner- Up, Aurora Diaz and Riley Walls; 3rd Runner-Up, Braelon Bigner and Kaylea Hurst. 12th Grade Beauties- Raven Aldridgo, Ariana Bign- er, Kaylea Hurst, Riley Walls; llth Grade Beauties; Aurora Diaz, Tayler Jones, Brooke Stewart, Breanna Vice; 10th Grade Beauties-Braelon Bigner, Brooke Havard; Jes- sica Hendry, Kristen Nabors. Memorial Hesl~tal in Zachary, Wmitation was held on I.~ He was born January 22, Wednesday, April 17, 2013, 1925, in IZamhwood, LA. from 6. 0 p n. until 9:00 pxn. A Werld War II veteran, he at Harry McKneely & Sen Fu- served in the 6th Army 782nd neral Home in Bmdmtoul Eng. Pelt. Dist Co. in the South Funeral services will be held on Pacific during the Faih'ppine Thursday April 18, 2013, at hv~on. 11:00 am at Harry MeKn~y Coach Johnson graduated & Son Funeral Home in Pon- I. U and rsmm to get chatalla. a Masters Degree in Adminis- In lieu of flowers donations tration. He taught school in may be made te the Avenue of Tangipahoa and St, Tammany Flags, 500 Pine St. Poncha- and coadmd toul LA 70454. ketlm at Hfah Ward in Bush, La and Ponchateula High Karen A. Leake School, compiling impressive winning records at both Funeral services for schools. From 1956 through Karen Jo Anderson Leake, 1964 he coached football at 55, of I-Iattiesburg, will be Ponchatoula High School, en- held at the Woodville Baptist joying great success in this Church at 2 p.m. on Thurs- sport as well. In 1964hewas day, April l8, 2013, conducted aplx~tedDirectarofDistribu- by the Reverend Warren five Education and later be- Whitaker. came Assistant Superinten- Mrs. l ~ke was bern in dent of Vocational Education Centreville on November 23, for the State of I.ouisiana. He 1957, and diedin Hattiesburg was a very ~ educa- on Friday, April 12, 2013, of tor, alougwith his boss and life- kidney failure. long friend, Bill Dodd, Superin- She was a retired dance tendent of Educati~ Major re- teacher and a member of the forms in education in Woodville Baptist Church. Louisiana were ushered in un- She was also involved in a der their direction. Integration number of youth groups. and Vocational Education saw Survivors include her fa- great strides during this era. ther, Kerry Lee Anderson of Coach Johnson retired meter 20 Monroe, La~; three daughters, years, and for the next 43 years, Helen Gret~en Buikin of dealt in real estate ventures. Hattiesburg, Mary Breann He was preceded in death Leake of Mansfield, Connecti- by his wife, Helen ~nginia cut, and Lauren Kate I ~e Dunkle Johnson; his parents, of Hattiesburg; one son, Oscar and Edna Johnson; his Joseph McLauren Leake of brother, Joe Johnson; and sis- Mansfield, Connecticut; a sis- ters, Clarice Indest and Lucy ter, Lisbeth Peter of Denver, Taylor. Colorado; a brother, Michael Mr. Johnson is survived by Peter ofI.eemdlle, La; and one sons, William O. Johnson of granddaughter. Woodville, George C. Johnson She was preceded in death of Denham Springr~ I~, and by her mother, Ansie Jo Clark John M. Johnson of Pencha- Anderson Peter. toula; daughters, Margaret Newman Funeral Home Pomhe of Metairie, I ~, and is in charge of arrangements. Sharon Flaccomio of Woothri]le; In lieu of flowers memori- ten grandchildren; ten great- al donations may be made to grandchildren; and numerous the Natchez Children's nephews and niece~ Home. 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