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! Classified Ads WANTED WANTED: I am interested in buying, at a fair price, all old yearbooks and annuals. I am particflarly in- terested in WCCA, Woodvflle High hool or any Woedville school, ale Miss and Southern Mississippi, but I am interest- ed in any old yearbook or an- nual. Don't throw them away, call me, Holmes Sturgeon, 601- 870-6501. Please leave a mes- sage. 6/4/4wp FOR RENT SECTION 8: Centrelle (Wilkinson Co.) (Near Finch Elementary School) 3 BR+ house, 1 bath, large yard, carport, $650 (OBO); 1 BR Duplex, $400 (OBO); Trailer Lot, $125. Call LonJn 510-581-0100 E: gos- 6/413wp GARAGE SALE: EVERY- THING'S $10. June 1 -June 6, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., 918 Main St., Woodvflle. Designer ladies' & mens' clothing, purses, shoes, picture frames, lots of house- hold items, etc. Enjoy cold lemonade & Big Mama's Hot Tamales, pecan candy, free gi with purchase. Enter name to win cash prize drawing, Sat., June 6. Must be present to win. Donations l be given to the African American Mu- seum and Arbuthnofs Grocery Restoration Project. Sponsom: Shirley Swain & others. 6/4]1w FOR SALE: Complete sot off-white bedroom furniture. Queen size four poster bed with new mattress. One night stand and dresser with mirror. Complete sot is in excellent shape. $750 for complete sot only. Will not break up sot. Call 601-888-7395 or (cell) 972-207- 6016. 6/4]lwp HUGE HUGE MOVING SALE: Thursday, June 4, 9 aan.-until and Friday, June 5, 9 a.m. to 3 pan. Dishes, kitch- enware, some furniture, TVs, knickknacks, comforters, some men's tools, too much to list. Everything priced to soll! 233 Old Hwy. 61 N. off Buffalo Road. Call for directions: 601- 888-4184. 6/4]lwp FOR SALE: Home and lot in Kaigler's Bottom area of Woodville. If interested call 504-324-3738 or 504-460- 8082. 5/14, 5/21, 5/28, 6/4wp POSTED: All lands in Wilkinson County ovned by the Ed hs F/imi]y, AKA Jasmine Hill, LLC, are posted against all hunting, fishing and otherwise tres- Tyler Coleman Receives Dual High School Diploma From Career Academy To God be the glory. For He shall give his angels charge over thee, to keep thee in all thy ways. Psalm 91:11 Through this medium, Miss Kathryn Deniece Turner is honored to announce that on May 11, 2015, her son, Tyler Coleman, graduated from Ca- reer Academy Charter High School in Baton Rouge, Louisi- ana. Tyler graduated number 10 in his class with a dual high school diploma and a certifica- tion of completion for Automo- tive Technician 11. Commencement exercises were held at the Felten G. Clark Activity Center on the campus of Southern Univer- sity A&M College in Baton Rouge. Tyler began his first semes- ter of his sonior year at South- ern University Laboratory High. Later in the somester, he was chosen to sorve as the school's mascot. He joined the mmv2fing band under the di- rection of Mr. Edward Walker Ill where he played tmmbene and baritone. He participated in track and field under Coach Henry Combs and the South- ern University Lab Kittens. passing. All former permis- sions are revoked unless ob- tained in writing. -- Estate of Joan & Edward S. Rollins 4/14 POSTED AND PA- TROLLED: All lands in Wilkinson County on the Rac- coon Read owned by the Estate of St. Clair Ross are hereby posted against hunting, fishing and otherwise trespassing. All :former perqns revpkl, unless obtained in writing. Vio- lators  be prosecuted. -- Es- tate of St. Clair Ross 10/13 Flow Control Service 980 U S. Hwy 61 Woodville 601-888-6053 4 Licensed in MS & LA -- Trane Dealer -- " We Ael00 Ored00 Cards! ELECTRICAL HEATING & COOLING REFRIGERATION PLUMBING Stand-ly enera[or3 Tan/'leJ'" [aterHeater" Appliance Repair Technicians: Charles Smith Brian McKlemurry & Mark Sanders ASKABOUT INTERNET AS LOW AS .... I Make the Switch to DISH l 0000oday and Sa. 59O[o ' 1-800-319-2526 Call 7 daysa week 8am- 11pm EST Promo Code: MB12015 Presently he is a member of the Betty Smothers K-Y Track Club, Inc., of Baton Rouge. Tyler plans to further his education at Baton Rouge Community College, Southern or Xavier University. He said, "My senior year of high school has been a unique and distinguished one for me. Having been reared in a God fearing home and one that prioritizes education, I've never been oblivious about my mom's expectations for me. It is through this medi- um that my morn and I give thanks to Jesus Christ and all of those who have deeply inspired and irdluenced my life and sense of direction. My grandmother, Katha- leen 2kner Miles, thanks for taking me to Sunday School and for all the books on Mal- colm  Mrs. Erma Woodside, who has always been a spe- cial part of our family. Aunt Linda Faye, Uncle Greg, my big brothers, Rudy, Anthony and my big sister, Pam. Mr. Woodr0w Price, Curtis Loren- zo Price, Sr., thanks for all the good advice you gave me and always with a smile on your face. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wells, Mr. Charles E. John- son, Mr. Donald Ray Carter, Mr. Mickell Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Boudreaux Mr. Frederick Joseph Boudreaux, Mr. Frederick and Keionna Boudreau Right there to see me graduate and has always been there for me, Mrs. Sha- ron Cage Sherman, Vanessa Cage and Cierra Sherman, Samantha and Faith Sher- man, Mrs. Minnie Cage and Ronnie Cage, thanks for all the good advice. Bishop Cleve- land Spencer and family, John and Linda Wyatt, Mr. Kenyon .'Sam" Jackson, you've played a dominant role in my life. Thanks for the camps and the great trip we shared. Mr. Timothy T. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. William Ward, Miss Karen Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dangerfield, Mr. Celly Dan- gerfield, Mr. Ronald Pointe, Mrs. Valliery Hunt, Mr. Larry and Linda Lee, Ms. Mildred McGhee and Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ward Anthony. To all my teachers at Southern Lab and Career Academy, my rs, wind- pals and cotmselors, thanks for enco me to extend my knowledge level and to never 'Settle for the norm.: There is a Bible verse my mom quotes to me all the time to be careful how you treat a stranger... With this Biblical principle, I would like to thank Dr. Derek Morgan, Colonel Glenn Sutton and Sgt. How- ard Baitey, Ms. Earl Dean An- thony, my elementary princi- pals, Mrs. Colleen Magee, Mrs. Jane Gillette, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Lewis, Mrs. Jacqueline Sneed, Mrs. Belinda Hawkins, Mrs. Gale Webster, Misses Wevlyn and Ingrid James, Mr. Jimmie Prater, Mr. and Mrs. DeWayne Anthony, Rhonda Anthony. Thank you for look- ing out for me when I was in middle hool. Mr. Amos Harrison, my summer track coach, Mrs. Jo Anne Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Case, thanks for all you shared with us on home schooling. Mr. LaReginaid Jones, cousins Amber rner, Nicholas Hull, Darius, Jessica and Cshannale Miles, LaDar- ins Miles, Mrs. Liberty, Mrs. Shirley Swain, Mr. Robert Morgan, Mr. George Dunbar, Mr. Ike Gaines and family, Mrs. Loola Harris, Ms. Dora Monroe, Mrs. Rachel Davis, Mrs. Veronica Ross Cooper, Ms. Sharon Beyd, MS. Ezella Bethley, Martha and I.on Chambers and Mrs. Dannie Bolden. We also thank George and Carleitha Green, Mr. Ed- ward Green, Mrs. Kathleen Daly, Mrs. Linda Ferguson Boyd, Mrs. Shirley Gaskins, Mrs. Henria Jolla-Carr and Mrs. Clementine Bolden. I thank God for all my teachers at Southern Lab and Career Academy. They are too numerous to name. Special thanks to Mr. Billy Washing- ton, my English instructor from Southern lab. I thought the work was hard, however my mum re- minded me that knowledge must be obtained before it can be transferred to others. I would like to thank my mother who first taught me about Jesus Christ. She laid the foundation for my edu- cation. She began reading to me when I was a baby. POSTED AND PATROLLED: All lands in Wilkinson County located at 1129 Ford's Creek Road, Woodville, MS, owned by Verna M. Freeman are hereby posted against hunUng, f4g and otherwise trespassing. A]I former permissions revoked, unless obtained in writing. Violators Hill be prosecuted. -- Verna M. Freeman 10/14 The Woodville Republican, Thursday, June 4, 2015 Page 5 Jamison Terrell Lee Graduates With Honors In Texas How "Bout" Those Bad Bodacious Wildcat Seniors! Jamison Terrell Lee is the son of Kenneth O'Quinn and Dr. Melissa Lee, and the grandson of Leroy and Dorothy eld of Woodle. He graduated from the River City Believers Academy in Selma, Texas, on Friday, May 22, 2015. He graduated as the Class Salutatorian, cure laude and received a distin- guished achievement diploma. The recent graduate has been active as a National Honor So- dety officer, Student Council member, football and tennis player, church volunteer and served his community in the name of Christ during his high school career. He has received TAPPS academic all-state hon- ors in tennis and football and has participated in Advanced Placement and dual credit coursework. Lee has received a scholar- ship to attend Schreiner Uni- versity in Kerrville, Texas, this fall to pursue a premed degree emphasizing in Public Health. He plans to attend medical school and study anesthesiol- ogy. Down through the years, I received home school in- struction from my mum. She taught me to be strong and to persevere. She taught me the beauty of life even when it didn't seem pretty. She tells me to have faith in Jesus Christ. In the words of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., "Faith is taking a step even when you don't see the whole staircase." The one thing I've learned from my mama is to stand for what you be- lieve in, even if you have to stand alone. -- Pd. Ad. Congratulations to the Seniors! You really did it in style! So Proud of You! Your "prance" as you entered and ex- ited the graduation ceremony was equivalent to you dancing your way into promise and suc- cessful careers. Don't let the cheering stop. A quote from my 'WIom" who has been my dear- est role model: "Always put the IX)RD first!" rm saying also, "Never Stop Learning!" Discovery is what made Chris- topher Columbus famous. You are your own cheering section. Don't depend on anyone else to keep you encouraged, Be a "quick learne' and '%urn the midnight oil" to stay ahead of the game. You should always be encouraged to not only fol- low the right paths but also cultivate 'ew" paths as well. Remember we are watch- ing and waiting to offer the expertise of our experiences to you. The only question not an- swered is the one you refuse to ask Again, if you need help with the FAA Forms, En- trance Requirements, or Let- ters of Recommendation, use the aforementioned website in a previous article or feel free to ask as we see each other in the public spectrum. One shock treatment, there Hill not be instructors to supervise and monitor your specific perfor- mance and adjustment to the college atmosphere. There Hill be 50 to 75 students in classes. You must know intrinsically, you possess everything you need to make the adjustments. INVITATION We, the pastor, officers and members of Cason Chapel Chumh of God in Christ, cor- dially invite you, the general public, to come worship with us during our Annual Revival on Monday, June 8, through Friday, June 12, beginning at 7:30 each night. Minister Rod- eric Lewis of Greater Works Christian Center .of Natchez Hill be our guest speaker. Come expecting a move from the Lord. Yours in Christ.- Cason Chapel Church of God in Christ church family, Sister Linda Turner, socretary; Supt. Odell Franklin, pastor Please don't litter. Keep Wilkinson County beautiful! If you are unsure of a career, just get started somewhere. There is a proverbial saying. Nobody can do everything, but everybody can do something. Give it your best! Speaking from experience, I wanted to be a pediatrician, lawyer, accountant, but I saw the bigger picture. A doctor can bind your wounds, a lawyer can fight your case, and an accountant can calculate your wealth, but most promising, to me, was seeing it unfold through the art of teaching. For me, this is fiflfillment to know rve had a part in every area of various careers and, ultimately, teach you how to WIN. Remember, when you WIN, rve WON. INVITATION The New Zion Hill Baptist Church would like to invite you to attend Our Annual Home- coming Program on Sunday, June 14, at noon. 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