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RATTLERS ARE OUT AND ABOUT -- Woodville resident Drew Pierson killed this 5-foot Timber rattle snake at his home on Thursday, April 30. The inset shows the 12 rattles and a button the reptile sported, m Submitted Photo , b * By thousand I 111 Wednesday5 May 27 = & Spiat Trucks Trailers ] i  ;to  kupsi Veh)les Antige Vehicles i   Ti FUJi& Lube Tks; erars: Logging Equipment, : Deanco Auction 601-656-9768 1042 Holland Ave (P0 BOX 1248) ,, Philadelphia, Mlossippi 39350 Auoneer: Dennie W Dean. #733. MSGL #835 10% Buye Premium on the first $4500 of ea lot and then a 1% buyers premium and the remaloing balance of each lot. GET A BI | The Woodville Republican, Thursday, May 21, 2015 Page 7 2015 Spring Squirrel Season Opened On May 15 Mississippi has a new spring squirrel hunting sea- son that opened statewide on Friday, May 15, and will continue through Monday, June 1. Hunters should note that the bag limit is only four squirrels per day during the spring season. In many ways, the spring season will be similar to the early part of the fall season in that it will be warm with many leaves on the trees. Hunters should watch for venomous snakes so they can avoid them" if encoun- tered. Mosquitoes and ticks will be very active by this time, so using a repellent is a good idea. One difference between spring and fall squirrel hunting is squirrels may not be as concentrat- ed in hardwood forests as they are in fall when acorns and nut crops are usually abundant. Squirrels use a wide variety of foods in spring, such as fruits, ber- ries, mushrooms, and in- sects. Hunters can still rely heavily on sight and sound to find squirrels. In addi- tion to sighting squirrels, hunters can locate squirrels by listening for barking and other vocalizations. For those in search of a place to hunt, most of Mississippi's public lands will offer spring squirrel hunting opportunities, and most allow squirrel hunt- ing with dogs. However, anyone planning to hunt public land should consult the regulations for those ar- eas. Some may have season dates and rules that dif- fer from general, statewide regulations. On public lands espe- cially, there may be more people participating in non- hunting recreational use during the spring season: Visibility can be reduced by spring vegetation growth, so all hunters on public and private land should be aware of what lies beyond their target when shooting. For more information re- garding squirrel hunting in Mississippi, visit our website at]squirrel or call us at (601) 432-2199. Follow us on Facebook at or on Twitter at www.twitter. com/MDWFPonline. FIEJ00D HEALTH SYSTEA4 James L. Hawley, NP-C is now a registered medical examiner on the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners. He has completed the required training and testing concerning the Federal physical qualifications and standards for truck and bus drivers and possesses the necessary knowledge and professional credentials to perform physical qualification examinations for commercial motor vehicle drivers in accordance with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (49 CFR 391.41 - 391.49). He is available for appointments at Field Clinic on Tuesdays and Thursdays, Wednesdays from 8am-12:00pm as well as Liberty Clinic, on Mondays, Fridays and Wednesdays from l:30pm-5:00pm. To schedule an appointment, call Field Clinic at (601)645-5361 or Liberty Clinic at (60!657;-8820. WILKINS, ._,'" ',()UNTY ] [I( SCHOOL Gr du00i ;ing Class Of 2015 Commencement C eremony Friday, May 22, 2015 6:00 p.m. WCHS Gym Corenecia M. Adams Roddy J. Davis Marissa M. Harris //!. Marko A. Lollis Amber B. Rodel Tremon D. Davis Cardell Harrison N Ka.y T. McCoy Savanna M, Sanchez Leondra E, Andrews Quineshia S. Dennis Malik I. Haynes ! Daisha C. McDaniel Jade B. Scott Alexis J.Tolliver Leo Andrews, Jr. Tralen D. Drake Kyla B, Hudson Daniel M. McNabb Desmond M. Singleton Alexis N.White Desmond L. Arbuthnot Anfernes D. Earls // Markeiana L, Hunter I/ Ama M. NHern "11/I . Kendfiek A. Smith !!1 Kandi K.Whiffield Dominique A. Ard James M. Earls, III Daisy D. Fisher Lamar E. Jackson Marl(ell R. Jackson Patdch M. Patterson Stephan R. Parry La'Wrence H. Smith Ambreiaya F, Wilbourn Taylor D. Bland Kimberly N. Carter Jacelia L. Fountain Mo-Nica M. Jackson Jlrla J. Pdes !111. Tonio D. Spears nlaha M, Stewart Joshua D.Williams De'Juana D.Wilson Graneshia S, Chisholm Karaunta D. Cosey Mackala M. Fountain Melrondadous Groom Desnick S. Johnson Danesha Jones Al'ize D. Robinson Taylor A. Robinson /1//I DeMarcus D, Taplin Dandricka S.Terrell WCHS Seniors Not Pictured: Malik A. Jackson, Aurthurlis 1". Jan/is,Tommy McCoy, Jashawn Melson,Traynelius Porter, Lujordian K.Thompson, Quintisha R. M.Walker CLASS MOTTO: Destiny is not a matter of chance, it is a matter of choice; it is not a thing to be waited for, it is a thing to be achieved.