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The Woodville Republican, Thursday, May 31, 2018 Page Who's Who Honorees Announced At Wilkinson Co. Christian Academy i: Students at Wilkinson nus and Walt Windsor. County Christian Academy Friendliest are Alexis Who have been named to June and D'Mario Weath- ithe school's Who's Who list ersby. are listed below. Most Versatile are Anna The announcement was Claire Ryan and Tal Red- . made at the annual WCCA head. "Who's Who ceremony on Cutest are Sarah Robin- iMarch 15. son and Cullin Hendry. They are as follows: High School Clowns are Mr. and Miss Elementary JiNecia Lanus and Cody are Ava Randall and Jack- Wilson. son Orgeron. Most Mischievous are 14th grade class favoritesCaroline Ford and Walt are Morgan Bishop and Dax Windsor. .Doyle. Most Likely to Be Fa- 5th grade class favorites mous are JiNecia Lanus are Kylie Bolden and Cole and Kaleb Crum. Partridge. Most Likely to Succeed 6th grade class favorites are Sandee Barnett and are Cheylin Bolden and Hunter Burgess. Jayden Allen. Most Intellectual are Bri- 7th grade class favorites anna Dickey and Hunter are Ada Ashley and Gary Burgess. Veals. 8th grade class favorites 'are Cassidy Williams and P.eyton Olive. i 9th grade class favorites are Kayli Bonnette and Brady Smith. ~ 10th grade class favorites are Maggie Cavin and T.J. Fulmer. 1 lth grade class favorites are Hayley Grace Williams and Will Olive. 12th grade class favor- : ites are JiNecia Lanus and ; Dylan Haney. Most School Spirited are Anna Claire Ryan and Cul- lin Hendry. Most Athletic are Bailey Devers and D'Mario Weath- :: ersby Most Courteous are Bri- anna Dickey and D'Mario Weathersby. Wittiest are JiNecia La- : : 7 Friendliest Freshmen are Savana Ashley and Lon Sturgeon. Silliest Sophomores are Alexis June and Hunter Gaines. Jolliest Juniors are Brooke Whitaker and Will Olive. Sensible Seniors are Sandee Barnett and Hunter Gaines. Belles are Haley Grace Williams, Bailey Devers and Anna Claire Ryan. Beaus are Tal Redhead, Will Olive and Hunter Bur- gess. Most Beautiful is Sarah Robinson. Most Handsome is Cullin Hendry. Miss WCCA is Sarah Robinson. Mr. WCCA is Cullin Hen- dry. -:Thimbles And Threads May iMeeting Held At Waites Home Thimbles and Threads Patch made by Denise Our- /~net on Thursday, May 24, so was also displayed on :at the Extension Office in the wall. ~vVoodvillewith 14 members Christmas in July will :=present. When the draw-be held as usual. Further ihng for Challenge Blocksplans will be finalized at :i:was held, Silvia Waites was the June meeting. :i:the lucky winner of the October squares will be :::squares. made using Fall fabrics. ! :~ During the business Two completed squares will : :,ineeting, a discussion was be due at the October meet- ::held concerning a trip to ing. i i:the Mississippi Art Muse- : :urn in Jackson, but no firm :decision was made. 5 Silvia Waites displayed a :~very cute Sun Bonnet Sue :.:quilt. A beautiful green and :;blue Disappearing Nine There was discussion about making a cross block using three different colors of fabric -- light, medium and dark. Plans will be fi- nalized at our next meet- ing.- Club Reporter Mary Springs Church Of God Of prophecy Hosting Homecoming Mary Springs Church of will begin at 10:30 a.m. with :'God of Prophecy, located at guest speaker and singing by :: 4015 Busy Corner Road, Glo- the Bowling Family. Lunch :i ster, will be having their An- will be served, and singing :" nual Homecoming on San- will continue from 1 p.m. to 3 day, Jane 3, 2018. Service p.m. Everyone is invited. Elvis Fe~v~ in T~lo, glulssll~i - an ti~t, : hal)py c~y wl~ m ~lieve in ~ pa~r RECEIVES BS IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING B William David Sumrall IV, center above, re- ceived his BS in Mechanical Engineering from Ole Miss during commencement on Saturday, May 12. He graduated cum laude with a final GPA of 3.52. He was active in his fraternity, Phi Delta Theta, and was honored as Model Active in 2017. He was named to the Chancellor's Honor Roll several times including his final semester. He is shown above with his parents, Dr. And Mrs. W. David Sumrall III of New Orleans. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Sumrall of Woodville and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Butler of St. Francisville, La. -- Photo Submitted Michael John McGraw Publishes First Book, An Angel's Last Wish Michael John McGraw will hold a book signing on Friday, June 8, from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. at Vintage Cafe at Opposite Ends on Main Street in Woodville. An Angel's Last Wish is the title of his very first book, which follows the last days of a young child fight- ing against cancer and her family's attempt to fulfill her last wish. The author, who grew up in Woodville, now resides in Texas with his family. His book is being marketed by Christian Faith Publishing, and is available for whole- sale order through the In- gram Content Network. McGraw is also scheduled for a book signing on Sun- day, June 10, beginning at 2 p.m. at Barnes & Noble on Perkins Rowe, 7707 Blue- bonnet Boulevard, in Baton Rouge. May 27,2018 From Beaver Creek Dear Mr. Editor: Lots of years back I done heard about a woman up in New York what burnt her house down. She say she done it cause it wuz jest easier to burn it than it wuz to clean it. That sounded crazy to me, but sometimes when I goes to cleaning mine, I can sort of sympa- thize with her. Last week I saw where this fella in Baton Rouge done tried to burn down a hornets' nest what wuz at- tached to his apartment, and he done caught his apartment building on fire. He not only got rid of the hornet nest but also put some of his tenants out of a place to stay at. Now, Mama done tole me it ain't nice to say someone is dumb or stu- pid, so I shore ain't goin' to say that bout him, but I is goin' to say that apartment owner shore done made a bad choice. Sometimes it most probably is the best thing to jest leave varmints and stinging insects alone. Yours truly, Aunt Blabby PLEASE DON'T ,~. * * Keep Wilkinson County clean! I T Ol epublican@bellsouth.net by noon Friday I MAY I 29~val, AIIAre Invited, 7 pm :1 30 Community Bible Study, Old Post Officej~lR~l~naid R.H. Jones, 6 p.m. i 3 Oak HilU 1st Zion BC~, Rev. Le Reginald R.H. Jones, noon 3 Mary Sp "~~ging by Bowling Family, Serving Lunch, 1 pm "::.1 3 Crosb U~, ~ The ~~. Calvin Jones, pastor, 3 pm ;::l 3 Angola BC~astor La~ Andrews, Sr Guest Speaker, 2 pm ~:::i 10 Nathaniel BC F~on, Guests/Pastor Clenna~ Ross + Church, Rev. Scott, 11 am ":=! 10 Mt~t/Pastor Dwayne Francois, Dinner, 11 am , ::]10 Chapel BC, Chris'ban Around The Clock, 3 pm !~ ! 10 S~u~ts/Pastom Schiele & Wells, 2 pm ~=!10 New Zion Hill BC~g Program, Rev. Tyser Brown, Sr pastor, noon "-~17 Rose Hill 2nd Zion BC, Family-N- Friends Day Communion Service, Pastor Emest Ford, Jr 11 am Ft. Adams & Lake Mary by Rhonda Quirk We have been driving in to our house for a little over a week, but it is predicted that next week Jackson Point Road will be under water, again. The water should be gone in about 10 days. In the meantime, I have been taking advan- tage of being able to travel the road. It is so much easi- er to drive supplies right up to the back porch than hav- ing to haul them in by boat. I am telling you, lugging ev- erything onto a boat, then unloading it on the pier and dragging it up the stairs is quite a work out! Soon, the water will be gone for good and things will be back to normal. The high water is actually a phenomenal event to ex- perience. A few weeks ago, I could walk out on the front porch and catch a catfish. Water as far as you could see. The spring winds blow- ing the waves to and fro. The sound of the waves slapping under the house. Oh! There were so many birds resting in the trees along the levee and their songs filled the air. Animals of every sort scrambling about the once submerged levee in search of dry ground. The water is now gone. Many of the birds and animals followed the water as it crept back to Mississippi River. The farm land is once again lush and green. It is indeed a beauti- ful transformation in only a few weeks. It was great to see folks returning to Lake Mary for Memorial Weekend. It wasn't as busy as it has been in the past, but the road situation deters lots of folks. However, private individuals did the best they could to patch up Lake Mary Road and make it passable. Jackson Point Road was also made pass- able by private individuals. So the story goes on. Every- body pays taxes, everybody works on the county roads, and I reckon until we have the good sense to realize this is not acceptable, it will stay that way. People, remember all this the next election. Last election, noth- ing changed from the previ- ous term and look around we are in a huge mess. Any- way, I won't keep on fussing: You ought to know change is the only hope we have to improve our situation. Last week, I told you about the willow trees and how easily they root. Well, every little twig that fell during this high water must have taken root in Fort Ad- ams. All of the drainage ditches that were cleaned out a few years ago are full of little willow sprouts. Now if the sprouts are cleaned out now while they are small and manageable, it would aide in drainage problems. However, if they are not and they mature as they did in the past, it will take bigger more powerful equipment to clean out the ditches. Lefs see what happens! Spring 2018 Honor Roll Names Announced At June County CC Jones County Junior Col- lege in Ellisville has an- nounced the 2018 spring semester honor roll schol- ars. Full-Time students with 15 hours or more and who maintain the following grade-point averages will make the honor roll: Presi- dent's List -- 4.0; Dean's List -- 3.99-3.5: Faculty List -- 3.49-3.0. JCJC Honor Roll Dean's List Spring 2018: Amite County -- Smithdale: Des- tinee Alrelle Morgan and Summit: Sarah Elizabeth Brock. Wilkinson County -- Woodville: Colby Jarrell Dorsey. JCJC Honor Roll Faculty List Spring 2018: Amite County -- Gloster: Jasmine Danielle Walker and Lib- erty: Krimel Bernard Chan- dler. Wilkinson County -- Woodville: Daisy Danielle Fisher. JAC KSON STATE UNIVERSITY= ENROLL iN THE