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The Woodville Republican, Thursday, July 2, 2015 Page 5 INVITATION How 'Bout Those Bad Bodacious Wildcat Classified Ad., You are cordially invited Classified ads must be to the Free Springs Baptist paid in advance. $12 for up Church Annual Homecoming TO 60 words. Every word over on Sunday, July 5, at 2 pan. 60 word limit, additional 13 Guest speaker will be never- per word. Tear sheets cost $5. end Michael Reed of Rayville, Deadline for all classified ads Louisian~ with music being is Friday at noon. No excep- rendered by Bro. Arthur John- tions! Mail to P. O. Box 696, son and his Combined Choirs. Woedville, MS 39669. Reverend George Norflin is the 1/tf pastor. Dinner will be served. STORAGE UNIT SALE: -- Rev. George Norflin, pastor, Sunday, July 5, 2 pan. at unit Sister E]la Scott, sect.; Sister #30 at T-Mac Mini Storage at Lucille Dent. asst. sect. McCants Mobile Homes, 694 Hwy. 61S, Woodville. INVITATION 7/2/lwp POSTED: _ALL" LANDS We, the Nathaniel Baptist owned by Holmes Sturgeon in Church, located at 5032 Hwy. that property known as Stur- 33 South, Centreville, invite geon Hill and also known as you to our Annual Revival the John T. Sturgeon Estate starting on Sunday, July 12, at and Alonzo H. Sturgeon, et a/, 11 am. Our guests will be Pal- all lying north of the Buffalo tar Harold Smith of the Meg- River and on the north side of nolle and Pleasant Grove Bop- the Buffalo Road, as well as fist Chumhes. The revival will all lands owned by the under- continue on Monday through signed on Caroline Creek and Thursday, July 13-16, at 6:30 on the Percy's Creek Road and pan. with Pastor Ray Camp- such property owned by the un- bell of the Idea Family Wor- dersigned on Highway 24 East ship Center in Dallas, Texas. and jointly owned by the un- COme let us lift up our Savior dersigued on the Jackson Lout- together. siena Road and known as the Moore Lumber Company prop- erty, are hereby posted against unless obtained in wriiing. -- all forms ofhuntlng, fishing or Estate of Joan & Edward S. otherwise ~passing, except Rollins with the explicitpermission of 4/14 Upcoming 7th Graders "FirstThings First!" CHICKEN SCRATCH? -- This small red hen was spotted atthe Sprint Mart #70 Shell Convenience Store at the intersection of U.S. Hwy. 61 and Miss. Hwy. 24 in Woodville. She was seen early on Mon- First, allow me to say "Con- gratulations for a stupendous job in 6th." Second, let's look at the primary issue your health! It is vital to your fu- ture. With this being said, you are maturing to a level of ex- treme awareness where your choices now will affect or ef- fect the rest of your life. Now lets look at good choices! Did you know that exercise plays a huge part in your future suc- cessful endeavors? Healthy habits should begin in child- hood. Children who grow up with an emphasis on fitness will have a habit of healthy living for a lifetime. The Cen- ter for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that children exercise at least one hour per day. This is one rea- son for the physical education TO between 50 to 85 percent period in your schedule. But of their maximum heart rate. during the summer, it is easy This range is called the target TO cut fitness short. Don't do it! heart rate zone. (This means "Passiveness is not Sassiness!" that if your normal resting Get active and stay active ALL heart rate is 60-80, it should WAYS! According TO the Jour- be elevated TO 90-120 {50%} nal of the American Medical and 108-148 {85%}. The AHA Association, it is known that recommends a person gets at a high resting heart rate is least 30 minutes of moderate a risk for heart disease. Now TO vigorous exercise exer- new research suggests that an cise that elevates your heart increase in resting heart rate rate to the target heart rate over time may actually place zone -- on most days of the the undersigned orjoint owner, a person at greater risk for week, or a total of about 150 All previous permissions are POSTED AND PA- day morning, June 29, scratching and walking dying from heart disease and/ minutes a week (http://www. thereby revoked. All violators TROLLED: All lands in around the parking lot, and did not show the least or other causes in the future, scientificamerican.corn/article/ willbe prosecuted. No cameras v~rflldnson County on the Rac- bit of concern about the moving cars and people. (http']hvww.webmd.cem/heart~ bring-science-home-heart-rate- or any other such electronic coon Road owned by the Estate disease/news/20111220/study- exercise/: Retrieved from the equipment shall be allowed on of St. Clair Ross are hereby With the avian flu causing recent problems in increase-in-resting-heart-rate- Internet 06/26/2015). the same without permission posted against hunting, fishing midwestern chicken and turkey farms, this chick over-time-linked-h~ Take your health seri- of the undersigned. All per- and otherwise trespassing. All may possibly have been headed east. And you ask, death Retrieved from the inter- ously, because healthy bodies mission previously granted to former permissions revoked, "What's that got to do with the price of eggs?" Ev- net06/26f2015), make healthy minds. Make anyone for any mason TO go tmless obtained in writing. Via- For a person TO keep their sure your attention is not di- upon the property of the for- laters willbe prosecuted.- El- erything! -- Photo Submitted heart healthy, they should eat verted TO anything but '~RIL- mer Moore Lumber Companytote Of St. Clair Ross 10/13 is hereby revoked and anyone found there(m shall be severely POSTED AND PATROLLED: prosecuted to the fullest ex- All lands in Willdnson County tent available under the law. located at 1129 Ford's Creek Holmes Sturgeon Road, Woodville, MS, owned by 6/11/15 -- 12/10/15 Verna 1V Freeman are hereby I-rytright, not smoke and getreg- LIANCE." Remember, when For 20th Straight Year Pou ~ exercise. The American you WIN, I've WON! Heart Association (AHA) rec- My name is Dr. Annette ommends doing exercise that Dillon/Underwood and I Is No. 1 In Commodities increases a person's heart rate approve of this message. 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Classroom at Lane Regional weightloss. ~ ] commodities for the 20th Tabler said he expectsMedical Center, 6300 Main Registration preferred. For Vote To Elect straight,ear, next year s demand, produc- Street in Zachary,, La. more information, please call Nolan / The industry ended No-tion and prices to remain LaparoscopicSleeveGastr~- Charlotte at 225-570-2489. [U[ vember with a preliminary similar to 2014. estimated total production "Demand and consumerr~ ~ ] THOMPSON JF j value of $3.1 billion, a 6.4 prices look like they will llE ~" ~ .... " I percent increase from 2013. remain abo~t( the.s next year,e said., ee l J Coroner- Wilkinson County ] "Early in the year, there a,T;f;f:~ I n ~ L umilraclorsl InC. I were less chickens available prices' stay comparable to | . , t/n/ I Vote on Wuesday, August 4, 2015 , [ to put into broiler growing this year, wellhave anoLh:'~l ' /J ~ V) '/ ..... ' ~ I "THE EXPERIENCED CANDIDATE' / hoUses," said John Michael er good year. / ~er i~eaaq I / Riley, agricultural econo- But weather is the wild / J -' I Currently Serving asWilkinson County Deputy Coroner ] mist with the Mississippi 14Years Law Enforcement Experience / State U~versity ExtensionwetCard'springAn extremelYcan causeCldfarm-and ll O. llWiVyIpFl II ~~ |l Service. 'So that drove pric- era to have a hard time lJ vv ~ ~,, ~,, ~,~* I~- " j (s.b ..... ,,..~,~o~~,~,~.~=) / es up just a little bit, and, getting corn and soybeans l I based on data from the U.S. Co S in the ground A drought Flow ntrc ervic( Department of Agriculture,in" the summer" could also |/ Call ROBBY HARTNESS 225-405-6950 ,I prices for the year were change everything, based / or email robbybobbi9@hughes.net I 980 U. S. Hwy.61 ~ m moderately higher." on what the markets do / I Table egg production for corn and beans. These / I Woodville was down 3.1 percent from things cause feed prices to 1 W/expecialize in alloilfieldwark, dirtI 2013, but the total estimat- rise, and that affects indus- _ .._L ~--.J_L-.-'.- -.,-,~ ......,~..~.. I 601-888-6053 ed value for eggs is $244 t rofits" Tabler said I ",vurK.~ u*,~t-t,~eu-,,~ ,u, u cu,~e,~reu,~ I Licensed in MS & LA .... million, up 9.9 percent from ryP ' " Final figures were to be Ifence re'we o's(parlor lake construct, on I ' Trent Dealer __~ ~:~ lastTheYear.estimated value for determined in May, 2015. | J