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Williams Named To Dean's List At Mississippi College MRS. DELOS Kathleen Kern Rouprich and Delos Nathaniel Huff 'were married at Saint John's Episcopal Church at Laurel Hill on Satur- day evening, the thirtieth of September. Parents of the couple are :Mrs- Stanley Blackman iRquprich of Baton Rouge, ::and formerly of Woodville, ::and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glynn Huff of Meadville. : i:Tlfie bride-to-be is also the :;daughter of the late Mr. i:S:(anley Blackman Rou- : P ch. :!::'The half-past six o'clock i ceremony was officiated by ::the Reverend Doctor Wal- !ier Van Zandt Windsor. :-T~e reader for the service i~Tc~s the sister of the bride- Nicole Huff Fisher. throgram of nuptial music presented by Christy ::Lee Gandy, violinist, and :Er~k Pittman, cellist. i:~ ~ centuries old brick side- :! ~a!k led up to the historic NATHANIEL HUFF and three quarter length sleeves. Mrs. Huff selected a blush gown with lace cap sleeves and ruching at the waistline of the skirt. Best man for his son's marriage was Charles Glynn Huff. Groomsmen were Robert Hugh Laird, Jr Shelly Norris Cowart, Clifton Timothy Torrey, Jr Christopher Lane Delozier and Bentley Kyle Towles. Ushers were Noah James Abadie, Zachary Rushing Whetstone and Joseph Mi- chael Landry. Reception Following the ceremo- ny a reception was held at Hope Hill, the country home of the bride's family. The wedding party gath- ered in the wide front hall for a champagne toast hon- oring the couple before the bride's four-tiered cake, trimmed with fresh roses, was cut and served. :.ary, swags of white flow- vases filled with pink roses ~'ers, smilax and eucalyptus and stock. Guests enjoyed a :marked the famdy pews. buffet featuring sliced beef, iofwhite stock and pink and brauchetta, antipasto and ' white roses fruit. 1 For her wedding the String lights criss- /::bride wore a fitted gown crossed over the dance floor J / ithat flared toward the hem- where the Memphis band Ashleigh Williams of Woodville was named to the Spring 2018 Dean's List at Mississippi College in Clin- ton. To be eligible for the Dean's List, a student must maintain a 3.5 grade point average, based on a 4.0 sys- tem. The student must take a full course load of at least 12 semester hours of un- dergraduate credit with all academic courses impacting their grade point average. Mississippi College, af- filiated with the Mississippi Baptist Convention, is a pri- vate, co-educational, Chris- tian university of liberal arts and sciences serving more than 5,100 students, from 40 states and more than three dozen countries. Founded in 1826, Missis- sippi College is the oldest institution of higher learn- ing in Mississippi, the larg- est private university in the state and America's second oldest Baptist college. CA's Madison Dawson Named To First Team All-Metro List The Woodville Republican, Thursday, June 1'41 20:18 Macey Mitey and Sa- vannah Halley. Page 3 CONCERT SET AT CE~ UMC m Alan Sibley and the Magnolia Ramblers will be performing in an evening concert at the Centreville United Methodist Church on Satur- : day, June t6i at 6100 p.m. The pro- gram will consist of gospel bluegrass music. The concert is free and open to the public. A love offering will be taken. -- Photo Submitted Chronic Wasting Disease In State's Deer Herd -- June, 2018 Update A total of three Cent- More than 1,500 white- was a 4.5-year-old male that ing hunting season recom-" reville Academy Lady Ti- tailed deer samples have died of natural causes andwas mendations relative to CWD ger softball players were been collected in Mississippi reported to MAssissippi De- management and mitigation named to the 2018 Natchez since October 1, 2017. A total partmentofVJfldlife, Fisheries, that will be available within Democrat All-Metro Soft- of 697 of those deer samples and Parks (N[DWFP). the coming months. ball Team, and Madison were collected from Mis- In addition, Louisiana Pumuant to the Order of Dawson was named to thesissippi's 25-mile Chronic Department of Wildlife and the Executive Director on be- First Team List. Wasting Disease (CWD) Fisheries (LDWF) has sam- half of the Commission, sup- The three CA softball Management Zone which en- pled deer within the portion plemental feeding remains players making the presti- compasses Claiborne, Hinds, ofthe25-mileCWDManage- banned in the following gious list include the follow- Issaquena, Sharkey, Warren, ment Zone, which lies across counties Claiborne, Hinds, ing: and Yazoo counties, the Mississippi River. All Issaquena, Sharkey, Warren First Team Only one deer has tested tests submitted by LDWFand Yazoo. Also, all hog traps Outfielder -- Madisonpositive for ~, which was were returned as not detect- within the six-county con- Dawson, CA, Sr Center- collected on January 25, 2018, ed for CWD. tainment zone must be per- fielder, .318 batting aver- in Issaquena ~hmt~. The deer MI)VCFP is currently draft- mittedwithMDWFP. age, scored 28 runs, had 3 3Bs, 2 2Bs, M.AIS 4-AA All DistriCtHonorableFirst team.Mention 2017-2018 Hunter Harvest Survey In Mississippi BeganOn June 11 Local Baseball Players On Democrat's 2018 All-Metro Team Baseball players from both Centreville Acad- emy and Wilkinson County Christian Academy have been named to The Natchez Democrat's 2018 All-Metro The sideboard held the Team according to a report 1873 church where gar- bridegroom's cake which published in the daily pa- :lands trimmed the railings was drizzled with dark per's Sunday, June 10, edi- of the steps and wreaths of chocolate and covered with tion. ivy, fern, white roses and chocolate shavings. Local players included on hydrangeas accented the Out on the front lawn, athis listing are as follows: Gothic style double front white tent held tables ac- RrstTeam ido0rs. Inside the sanctu- cented with tall chinoiserie Outfielder -- Dustin Roberts, CentrevUle Academy, Sr. Outfielder; .420 BA, .550 OB%, .880 Slugging %, Team-leading 13 HRs, 1 3B, 5 2Bs, led team in RBIs with 54 and runs :In the chancel, a pedestal crabmeat stuffed mush- scored with 42, struck out just 14 times and ,held a simple arrangement rooms, artichoke Parmesan walked 22 times in 131 plate appearances. Named MAIS District 4AA All-District MVP; MAIS Class A.AA All-Star Selection. Second Team Pitcher -- Bradie Garrett, Centreville Academy, Sr Pitcher, .323 BA, .382 OB%, :I~ and formed a brush Even Odds provided music2 2Bs, 6 RBIs, scored 5 ~uns, 9-2 pitching !:t.ba]n. Passementerie lace for dancing, record including a no-hitter, 2.21 ERA, 68 Ks hovered the bodice which Following a wedding and 12 BBs in 63 1/3 IP, 1.153 WHIP, MAtS :W~ styled with a V neck- trip to Belize, the couple 4AA District First Team Pitcher, MAIS A-AA -line and narrow straps that is making their home in NI-StarSelection. i formed a deep scoop in the Woodville. Catcher -- Cullin Hendry, WCCA, Sr : [i~c.k where the dress was Rehearsal Dinner Catcher 706 BA, 2 3Bs, 3 2Bs, struck out just !(a~tened with tiny buttons. Mr. and Mrs. Huff en- once in 35 at-bats, threwoutll base runners :I-'Ter chapel length veil had tertained at a rehearsalin 15 attempts, MAIS District 4A All-District a:/,ol]ed edge and she car- dinner on the eve of theMVP,MAISClassA-AAAII-StarSelection. i~ed a bouquet of roses and wedding in Natchez at The Infielder -- Wyatt Brabham, Centreville Sweetheart roses in shades Camp. Guests gathered Academy, Jr Second Baseman, .412 BA, .551 OB%, .688 Slugging %, 2 HRs, 3 3Bs, 10 i of pink. on the second floor porch 2Bs, 28 RBIs, scored 34 runs, struck out just 9 :Serving the bride as overlooking the Mississippi times in 108 plate appearances, MAIS District honor attendants were her River before being seated 4AA AlI-Distnct first team infielder. : cousins, Virginia Lewis inside for dinner. White hy- Outfielder -- Jace DeLee, Centreville Whetstone and Emily Hol- drangeas and roses in mer- Academy, Sr outfielder, .304 BA, .548 0B%, !iday Lewis. Bridesmaids cury glass vases accented 1 HR, t 3B, 52Bs, 27 RBIs, scored 3O runs, were her cousin, Elise the tables, walked 35 times in 130 plate appearances, Lewis Foret, and Carly Bridal Luncheon MAIS District 4AA All-District first team out-. Elizabeth Mingee,Mad- A bridesmaids luncheon fielder, MAIS Class A-AA All-Star Selection. eIine Grace Daniels and was hosted by the bride's Outfielder- Matthew Bihm, Centreville "Eva Amanda Dodge. Theiraunt, Sue Rouprich, at Academy, Soph center fielder, .342 BA, .532 idusty pink long skirts Monmouth in Natchez on 0B /o,3HRs, t3B,62Bs, 30RBIs, ecomd39 : ~p~ved from an ecru top Friday, September twenty- runs, MAIS District 4AA All-District first team ! ~th thin straps and a deep ninth. The ladies were in- ou~ielder. :flounce that encircled the vited into the dining room ThirdTeam ::})6dice. Their bouquets fea- after enjoying mimosas on Infielder -- Tyler Thomassie, Centreville :t~[red white hydrangeas, the front porch. A silver Academy, Jr Second Baseman, .304 BA, : blush and white roses, free- epergne of white lilies, .42o OB%, 2 2Ss, 31 RBIs, scored 28 runs, : sia and seeded eucalyptus, freesia and stock centered MAIS District 4AA All-District first team in- :':For her daughter's wed- the table. The menu fea- fielder iiding Mrs. Rouprich wore tured shrimp and grits Honorable Mention an ecru gown with ]ace and with chocolate parfaits for Centreville Academy -- Ashby Schwartz beading on the sheer yoke dessert, and Derrick Knight. O $25 To $300 . NOT A FINANCE COMPANY . ALL BUSINESS CONFIDENTIAL No Credit Check Same Day Service The Mississippi Depart- This update is a courtesy to monitor trends in hunt- ment of Wildlife, Fisher- to inform recent hunting li- ing participation and game ies and Parks (MDWFP) is cense holders that they may populations. The MDWFP cooperating with Respon- be contacted by surveyors thanks cooperators in ad- sive Management to collect with Responsive Manage-vance for their participa- game harvest information ment to ask questions re- lion in the survey. from the 2017-2018 hunt- lated to game hunted and ~ For more information re- ing seasons, harvested. This will be a garding hunting in Missis- Responsive Management, harvest-related survey with sippi, visit the department's based in Harrisonburg, Vir- no opinion questions ,website at www.mdwfp. ginia, is a survey research The survey began June c, om or call them at (601) firm specializing in natan~al 11, 2018, and will continue 432-2199. Follow them on resource and outdoor rec- for about two weeks until a Facebook at www.facebook. reation issues. They will be predetermined sample size comJmdwfp or on Twitter at conducting random phoneis reached. This informa-www.twitter.com/MDWF- surveys of licensed hunters, tion is used by'the MDVfFP Ponline: :! !~ ~: To add events call 601-888-4293 or email wrepublican@bellsouth.net by noon Friday JUNE 11-15 St. Luke #1 BC, Chapel BC, Joint Revival, Pastor Chades Bell, 7 pm 13-15 Mt Zion CME Church, Revival, Speaker/Rev. Jessie HoUoway, 7 pm 16 Embrew BC, Annual Men's Day Program, Pastor Rev. Robert Veal, Jr 7 pm 17 Pleasant Green BC, Youth Day Service To Honor Fathers, Speaker/Rev. Carvadier Henley, 11 am 17 Rose Hill 2nd Zion BC, Family-N- Friends Day Communion Service, Pastor Ernest Ford, Jr 11 am 20-22 Beech Grove BC, Revival, Bishop Oren Ruth, Sr pastor, 7 pm 24 Kingsford BC, Pastor's 1 lth Year Anniversa~], Rev. Reginald Jackson & Handy Mass Choir, 12 pm 24 Union BC, Perrytown, Annual Homecoming Program, Rev. Ernest Ford, Sr 11 am 24 Bleakhouse BC, Appreciation Service/Rev. Eva Brown, Guest Speaker/Rev. Percy Perkins, 1 pm 24 Sweet Home BC, Homecoming, Rev: Charles Bell,Speaker, Serving Dinner, 2 pm JULY 4,11,18,25 Renewed Hope AI-Anon Family Group Mtg Old P.O. Bldg Commercial Row, 11:30 am-12:30 pm 9 TRIAD-S.A.L.T. Meeting, Sheriffs Office, Hwy. 61 S 10 am The Wilkinson County Board of Education will hold a public hearing on the school district's 2018- 2019 budget, including all Federal Programs, on Thursday, June 28, 2018, in the office of the Wilkinson County Superintendent of Education at 488 Main Street, Woodville, Mississippi, at 10:00 a.m. The purpose of the hearing is to give the citizens of this school district an opportunity to comment on the receipts and expenditures of the district. The hearing is being conducted in compliance with the law as enacted by the 1986 and 1987 Legislative Sessions. The proposed budget, including all Federal Programs, may be seen in the Office of the County Superintendent of Education, weekdays during summer office hours (7:30 a.m. - 5:15 p.m. Monday through Thursday) between now and the date of the hear- ing. Kimberly M. Jackson Superintendent of Education Wilkinson County