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t Page 8 The Woodville Republican, Thursday, April 19, 2018 Minutes Of The Willdnson County Bd. Of Supervisors Be it known and remem- bered that the honorable The Irwin Russell Club the Border for the business Board of Supervisors ofwill meet on Friday, April meeting and final meeting Wilkinson County, Missis- 20, at 3:30 p.m. at South of of the club year. sippi, met on the second day of April. There were present the following supervisors: net, $24.00; Martha L. Grif- TIRE WASTE DISPOS- Wil Seal, 1st District; Rich- fin, $125.61; Woodville Re- AL: MS Tire Recycling, ard Hollins, 2nd District; publican, $246.21; Zachary $2,914.50; Venton A. (Bubba) McNabb, Jex, $1,057.20; WilkinsonEMERGENCY 911 3rd District, vice president; Farmers CoOp $7.50; En- FUND: AT&T, $2,323.00; Kenyon Jackson, 4th Dis- tergy, $1,189.52; Redd Pest SAV MS EPA, $35.30; UMB, trict, president; Jenn Net- Solutions, $425.00; Cages $2,131.40; tles, 5th District; and also Janitorial Service, $855.00; LAW LIBRARY FUND: present was Bruce Lewis, Ron Senko, $225.00; H. E. Thomson Reuters - West, County Administrator. Home, Jr $250.00; L. J. $612.18; GENERAL COUNTY Owens, MD, $225.00; Da-VOLUNTEER FIRE FUNDS: Redd Pest So- vid B. McGraw, MD,$50.00; DEPT. Jr.'s Auto Parts, lutions, $240.30; DavidTolliver Thomas C. Jr $321.97; SAV MS EPA, S. Crawford, Attorney, $80.00; C Spire Wireless, $64.00; C Spire Wireless, $1,250.00; Ron Senko, $902.81; Entergy, $189.21; $19.86; WCCA DISTRICT ART WINNERS -- Congratula- tions to the WCCA MAIS District IV West Art Win- ners, especially fifth grader Hunter Jensen, who $350.00; James Ray Reese, SkillPath/NST Seminars,DISTRICT ONE ROAD placed 1st at the MAIS Overall Art show with his $80.00; Emily Catherine$149.00; Redd Pest Solu- FUND: Entergy, $19.68; water color painting that depicted a Lake Mary Boone, $300.00; Jessie W. tions, $247.51; Netdoor, Customs Products Corp sunset. "Congratulations Hunter and all our win- Stewart, $150.00; Carlos $500.00; MS Medical Ex-$60.53; Jr.'s Auto Parts, hers," said WCCA officials. Other winners are 1st Place: Paisley Whitaker, Lana Murray, Jade June, Makayla June, Hunter Jensen, Grace Villamarette; 2nd Place: Zhade Reed, Malik Tolliver-Dixon, Bro- dy Dees, Austin Cavin, Emma Compton, Blanche McCurley, Davis Randall, Madison Elam, Kylie Bolden, Ashton Haney and Brooke Baker. Not pic- tured are Makayla and Jade June. -- WCCA Photo Lee, $100.00; Ron Senko, aminer, $450.00; Nolan $37.38; Customs Products $225.00; Tolliver Thomas Thompson, $424.11; same, Corp $59.52; Buffalo Ser- C. Jr $80.00; L. J. Ow- $375.00; Ashley Perry, vices, Inc $762.77; C Spire ens, MD, $225.00; David$991.85; Jeremy J. Ephion, Wireless, $90.69; Town B. McGraw, MD, $50.00; $746.65; Honorable Kevin of Centreville, $500.00; H.E. Horne, Jr $250.00; Colbert, $1,000.00; Canon Fortenberry Body Shop, A-1 Copy Sales & Service, Financial Services, $127.00; $191.10; Kaiser's Heavy $70.00; Benecom Technolo- Entergy, $3,204:16; Del- Duty Parts, $45.84; Wilk gies, $400.80; Jeffery Har- ta Computer Systems, Farmers CoOp $55.47; ness, Attorney, $2,000.00; $4,180.00; Marlins Busi- UMB, $3,913.01, same, AT&T, $350.00; Benecom ness Bank, $91.26; MS $1,718.72. Technologies, $155.00;Constables, $800.00; Pit- DISTRICT TWO ROAD WCCA News Weathersby. These two amazing athletes were named to the 2017-18 Nat- chez Democrat All Metro Second Team. D'Mario played forward and aver- aged 16 points, 10.2 re- bounds, 7.1 steals and 4.8 assists per game. He was named to the MAIS District 4-A All-District First Team. Sydney Bryant played forward and averaged 14 points (averaged over 20 points/game the last half of the season) and 8 re- bounds. Sydneywas named the MAIS District 4-A All- District MVP and was an MAIS Class A-AA South same, $500.00; Smith Print- ney Bowes Global Finance, FUND: Caterpillar Finan- ing, $271.45; Public Safety $305.19; Pitney Bowes Pur- cial Services, $2,170.41;Congratulations to Center, Inc $886.09; Canon chase Power, $208.99; En- Buffalo Services, Inc WCCA senior Sydney Bry- Solutions America, $43.80; tergy, $73.07; 24 Hour Heat- $210.55; Sanders Repairant and junior D'Mario AT&T, $204.00; Johnson's ing & Air, $3,175.00; Town Service, $373.07; C Spire Transportation, $1,400.00; of Woodville, $1,815.54; U. Wireless, $77.40; Jor- Kentwood Spring Wa- S. Postal Service, $92.00; dan, Kaiser & Sessions, ter, $5.00; Diversified Co Tracey F. Smith, $1,512.00; $25,941.07; Waters Interna- LLC, $693.00; Ron Senko, Odell B. Ward, $924.00;tionalTruck,$587.70;Wilk. $225.00; Tolliver Thomas C. Entergy, $541.81; Tracey F. Farmers CoOp $408.41; Jr $80.00; L. J. Owens, MD, Smith, $294.17; Woodville same, $121.04; Concordia $225.00; David B. McGraw, Board of Library, $7,416.67; Bank & Trust, $2,401.69; MD, $50.00; H. E. Home,Wilkinson County HealthUMB, $655.27; Buffalo Jr $250.00; Shameca S. Dept $4,545.33; Wilkin- Services, Inc $2,267.10; Collins, $2,000.00; Central son County Dept. Of Child Stribling Equipment, Inc Office Supplies, $524.92; Welfare, $50.00; U. S. Postal $2,100.00. same, $124.99; Smith Print- Service, $100.00; S/W MS DISTRICT THREE ing, $1,270.18; Jr.'s Auto Metal Health, $1,250.00; ROAD FUND:SandersRe- Parts, $.90 Treppendahl's Buffalo Services, Inc pairService$1,135.95;Rich- Super Foods, $178.28; Ad- $5,430.53; Smith Printing, land Equipment Co $14.85; ams County Juvenile Det $1,858.18; Wilk. Farmers Sanders Repair Service $220.00; American Medi-CoOp $45.96; Office Auto- $473.89; Jr.'s Auto Parts, cal Response, $6,666.67; mation Center, $3,097.98; $143.05; Wilk. Farmers Infoware 2, $900.00; C Melvin Millet, $2,042.48; CoOp $.32; DOZER, LLC, Hunter Jensen, 1st Place Spire Business Solutions, Outdoor Power, $476.50;$1.41; Buffalo Services, $1,969.21; MSU Extension Roto Rooter Plumbers, Inc $340.42; Whetstones Service, $2,547.47; South- $395.00; Hilton Hotels & Auto & Small, $17.90; C ern Telecommunication, Resorts, $270.12; Hazel Ar- Spire Wireless, $50.52; Dal- $2,290.64; Telepak Inter- buthnot,$58.42; EDNA ]. MURRAY BROKER ASSOCIATE Paul Green & Associates Licensed in MS & LA Call 601-807-2245 TRAVIS MURRAY REALTOR/APPRAISER Paul Green & Associates Licensed in MS & LA Call 601-807-0490 Buying or Selling? Call Us! List with me and get three!! Your listings will be in Baton Rouge MI S, Natchez MIS & Southwest MLS giving yottr listing triple exposttre to the real estate market! Profess~na/Standards Comm/#ee Member M~ippi Association of Realtors Paul Green Branch Office E tl ~, oR All-Star Selection. STATIONS OF THE CROSS -- Before Wilkinson Congratulations to our County Christian Academy students left for Spring MAIS District IV West Art Winners! We would like to Break, the children of St. Joseph's Catholic Church ton's Farm Supply, $12.07; especially recognize fifth shared the Stations of the Cross. This presenta- Concordia Bank & Trust, grader Hunter Jensen. ,ion was a powerful remind er to students and staff $1,304.95; Raymond Bock- Hunter placed 1st at the about the real meaning of Easter. Thank you to ing, $100.00; Buffalo Servic- MAIS Overall Art show Mrs. Margo Ferguso2 and Mrs. Edine Seal for as- es, Inc $3,128.70; LaFarge with his water color paint- North America, $1,641.83. ing that depicted a Lake sisting the children ,~ ith this performance. DISTRICT FOUR Mary sunset. Congratula ROAD FUND: Material tions Hunter and all ourment Recognition (STAR)or you may download them Resources, Inc $2,153.66; winners! 1st Place: Paisley Program to encourage scho- fl'om our website, wccar- LaFarge North America, Whitaker, Lana Murray, lastic achievement among $889.47; SAV MS EPA, Jade June, Makayla June;the state's high" school stu- Upcoming" Dates: $522.95; Johnny Longmire Hunter Jensen, Grace Vil- dents. Eligible students April 16-April 20: Start- Dozer Service, $13,500.00; lamarette; 2nd Place: Zhade must have an overall ACT dardized resting; Customs Products Corp Reed, Malik Tolliver-Dixon, composite score of at least April 18: Progress Re- $566.09; C Spire Wireless, Brody Dees, Austin Cavin, 25 and an overall average ports Issued; Tennis vs $44.67; Jordan, Kaiser & Emma Compton, Blanche of 93 or above in selected ACCS @ Duncan Park, 3:30 Sessions, $10,376.43; En- McCurley, Davis Ran- subjects in the ninth, tenth, pn); tergy, $116.49; S/W MS dall, Madison Elam, Kylie eleventh and first-semester April 19: Varsity District EPA, $33.04; Town of Wood- Bolden, Ashton Haney andtwelfth grades. Track Meet; ville, $31.88; Wilk. Farmers Brooke Baker. Registration for the 2018- April 20: WCCA Blood CoOp $40.69; Wilk. Farm- Congratulations to WC- 19 school year is now open. Drive 12:00 p.m-6 p.m. ers CoOp $713.37; same, CA's STAR Student Syd- Please stop by the school April 25: Tennis vs Trini- $140.70; UMB, $1,660.62; ney Bryant and her STAR office for registration forms Lv Academy, away, 3:30 p.m. Buffalo Services, Inc teacher, Mrs. Charlsie Jen- $1,855.20; Kenyon Jackson, sen! Our STAR student and NOTICE OF SALE WHEREAS, the United States of America, acting by and through the United States Department of Agriculture, is the owner and hold- er of the following real estate deed(s) of trust, securing an indebt- edness therein mentioned and covering certain real estate here- inafter described located in Wilkinson County, Mississippi, said deed(s) of trust being duly recorded in the Office of the Chancery Clerk in and for said County and State: Trust Deed Grantor(s) Date Executed Book Paqe . C. Hampton and Apdl 1, 1977 60 339 Ruby Lee M. Hampton . C. Hampton and wife, April 15, 1983 79 296 Ruby Lee M. Hampton The indebtedness secured by the Deed(s) of Trust dated April 1, 1977, and Apd115, 1983, and executed by L. C. Hampton and Ruby Lee M Hampton were assumed by Timothy T. Hampton with Assumption Agreement dated March 1, 2007. WHEREAS, default has occurred in the payment of the indebted- ness secured by said deed(s) of trust, and the United States of America, as Beneficiary, has authorized and instructed me as Substitute Trustee to foreclose said deed(s) of trust by advertise- ment and sale at public auction in accordance with the statutes made and provided therefor. THEREFORE, notice is hereby given that pursuant to the power of sale contained in said deed(s) of trust and in accordance with the statutes made and provided therefor, the said deed(s) of trust will be foreclosed and the property covered thereby and hereinafter described will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder for cash at the West front door of the County Courthouse in the city of Woodville, Mississippi, in the aforesaid County and will sell within legal hours (being between the hours of 11:00 AM and 4:00 PM) on May 14, 2018, to satisfy the indebtedness now due under and secured by said deed(s) of trust. i will convey only such title as is vested in me as Substitute Trustee. The premises to be sold are described as: Lot No. 10 of ROLLING HILLS Subdivision as shown by the official )lat of said subdivision of record in Plat Book 1, Page 9, in the office of the Chancery Clerk of Wilkinson County, Mississippi. Date: April 19, 2018 Michael Perry Substitute Trustee Duly authorized to act in the premises by instrument dated December 20, 2016, and recorded in Book 1, Page 570, records of the aforesaid County and State. Trashy People Litter! of the Publish: 4/t9, 4126, 5/3, 5/t0 i,i $631.11. teacher traveled to Jackson DISTRICT FIVE ROAD to attend the annual awards FUND: Jr.s Auto Parts, ceremony and luncheon. $11.97; Farmbelt Equip-Sydney will be attending ment, $403.06; Duraco, Inc Harding University in the $110.73; Sanders Repairfall and scored a 28 on her Service, $38.45; LaFarge ACT. Each year, The Mis- North America, $422.41;sissippi Economic Coun- C Spire Wireless, $86.81; Gene's Tires, $355.10; SAV MS EPA, $127.59; LaFarge North America, $254.91; Waters Interna- tional Truck, $16&64; Wilk. Farmers CoOp $13.16; Concordia Bank & Trust, $1,304.95; same, $2,392.15. COUNTY WIDE BRIDGE FUND: AirGas USA, LLC, $19.67; Jr.'s Auto Parts, $59.31; Wilk. Farmers CoOp $89.70; Sanders Repair Service, $96.04. SOLID WASTE DE- PARTMENT FUND: Riv- erbend Environmental, $2,361.45; C Spire Business Solutions, $34.95; same, $34.95; Waste Management Of MS-, $327.88; Waste Pro $203.00; Natchez Ford Lincoln, $357.21; U. S. Post- al Service, $950.00; Enter- gy, $9.88; Delta Computer Systems, $150.00; Waste Pro $2,970.00. PAYROLL CLEAR- ING: MS Dept. of Human Services, $1,435.00; Con- serve, $218.24; Simpson Law Firm, $380.38; US Dept of Ed $217.35; Al- thea N. Gray, $434.14; MS Employees Deferred Corn, $500.00; Blue Cross Blue Shield, $30,923.68; Ameri- can Heritage Life, $622.56; AFLAC, $2,200.81; Guard- ian, $2,149.71. TOTAL ALL INVOICES: $232,188.94 cil and its M.B. Swayze Foundation sponsor the Student-Teacher Achieve- Notice Of Nondiscriminatory Policy As To Students The Wilkinson County Christian Academy school admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin or sex to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made availabie to student at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of lace, color, national and ethnic origin or sex in administratio of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs. NOW ACCEPTING APPLiCATiONS K-12 Wilkinson County Christian Academy 'C q P. O. Box 977 Hwy. 61 South, Woodville, MS 3 J66, 601-888-4313