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The Woodville Republican, Thursday, July 25, 2013 Page 3 Dr. Nikki Gautreaux Joins Open House August 3 To Honor Bayou Regional Women's Clinic Donald Thompson On 90th Birthday ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Mrs. Brenda Jolla and Wilkinson County High Mr. Sylvester VanNormanSchool and is employed by of Centreville announce the Fleming Construction of engagement and forthcom- Kenner, Louisiana. He is the ing marriage of theirdaugh- grandson of the late Mr. and ter, Tawanda Smith, to Mr. Mrs. Mervin Andrews and Christopher Bell, son of Ms. the late Mrs. Isabella James Olamae Bell and Mr. Willie Henry Bell, both of Wood- ville. The bride-te-be is a grad- uate of Wilkinson County High School. She is the granddaughter of Helen Jones and Joseph Smith, Sr., of Centreville and Mr. Leon- ard VanNorman of Gloster and the late Mrs. Almanet VanNorman. The prospective bride- groom is a graduate of and Mr. Howard Bell, all of Woodville. The couple will be mar- ried on Saturday, the twen- ty-seventh of July, in a four o'clock ceremony at the Woodville Recreation Cen- ter at Highway 24 West, Woodville. A reception will follow at the Woodville Rec- reation Center. Family and friends are invited to attend both the wedding and the reception. oger Fry Funeral services for Roger Fry, 48, of Centrev- file, were held at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, July 24, 2012, at the Newman Funeral Home Chapel in Woodville with the Reverend Rob Muncy offici- ating. Burial followed in the Williams Family Cemetery under the direction of New- man Ftmeral Home. Mr. Fry was born on June 6, 1965, the son of Daisy Wil- liams Fry and the late James Harold Fry, and died in Cen- i' trevill'e on(~day, July 19, '2013. He was self-employed. Survivors include his mother, Daisy Williams Fry of Woodville; a sister, Kay McKey of Centreville; and two brothers, Russell Fry of Woodville and Jerry Fry of Bogue Chitto. He was preceded in death by his father, James Harold Fry. Serving as pallbearers were Adam McKey, Terry Dunn, Jerry Manuel, Fred- die Williams, David Wil- liams and Cliff Perry. I Lane Regional Medical Center is pleased to an- nounce that Nikki Gau- treaux, MD, OB/GYN, has recently joined the hospital medical staff. A native of West Baton Rouge, Dr. Gautreaux re- ceived her undergraduate degree and graduated magna cum laude from LSU. She earned her medical degree at Louisiana State University School of Medicine in New Orleans, and completed her residency training in obstet- rics and gynecology at Earl K. Long and Woman's Hos- pital in Baton Rouge. She is board eligible in obstetrics and gynecology She is currently a mere- ber of the American College of Obstetricians and Gyne- cologists, American Medical Association and Louisiana State Medical Society. Dr. Gautreaux specializes in women's overall health, from childbirth through menopause. "I look forward to working with Dr. Elbourne and Dr. Best and am hon- ored to join this close-knit community. Being right next door to the hospital and not having to drive into Baton Rouge is a great convenience for patients," she said. "There is just no better job than helping a woman to become a mother. I can't wait to get started!" Dr. Gautreaux and her husband, David, live in Ad- dis, La., with daughters, Mary Clare and Madelyn. To schedule an appoint- ment with Dr. Nikki Gau- treaux at Bayou Regional Women's Clinic, 6550 Main Street, Ste. 2000, in Zachary, La., please call 225-658-1303. The family and friends of Donald A. "Bull" Thompson are hosting an open house in honor of his 90th birthday. The celebration will be [--I_J-etter-Wo-~e- -Ei ............ ;,, held on Saturday, August 3, ! I I L .............................................. There are many issues in the Lake Mary and Fort Ad- am's communities that need to be addressed. Our roads (Lake Mary Road and Jackson Point) are the main issue at the pres- ent time but before I address any of the negative problems at hand, I would like to talk about the positive points. Lake Mary and the Mississippi River are truly assets to the county. However, due to ne- glect over the years, I believe they are not being utilized to benefit our county. Both communities could be very beneficial to the county if changes were made to encour- age visitors and camp owners to keep recreational tax dol- lars in Wilkinson County. The roads were in horrible shape this past week but lots of peo- ple made their way through the muddy mess to enjoy the holiday. Imagine if we had good roads and ~lverts that would make the lake or river easily accessible! The county did begin work on Lake Mary Road on July 5, for that I am truly THANKFUL The point is after every high water the roads are in deplorable condi- tion. The county immediately has to start patchhlg the roads and begin the process all over again. I live and work on Imch Leven so we have been beat- ing in and out since April. I understand that this is my choice and that there are only a handful of people who actual- ly live on the water. However, I would like for everyone to be able to enjoy the beauty and peace that I find here everyday without having to boat in or have a four wheel drive. On a sm~mmr Friday af- 625 Main Street * Woodville 601-888-6868 Open Monday- Thursday 8:15 am to 4:30 pm o Closed Friday DR. DICK WHITAKER, Optometrist, Tues. & Thurs. Ask about our Summer Sun Shade Special[ Ray-Ban,Coach, Polo, Ralph Lauren, Vogue Premier Physical Therapy 558 First South Street Woodville 601-888-7944 Board Certified Physical Therapist Virginia Lewis Whetstone, DPT 25 To $300 NOT A FINANCE COMPANY ALL BUSINESS CONFIDENTIAL No Credit Check Same Day Service ternoon in Woodville, if Lake Mary Road and Jackson Point Road are accessible, you will see many of the local busi- ness parking lots full of beats, campers and recreational ve- hicles. In the winter, you will see hunters preparing for a weekend adventure of hunting wild game. All supporting our local economy. Lake Mary and Fort Adams have many wonderful assets to share with locals and visitors. We receive lots of phone calls from people checking out the road situation wanting to re- turn to their camps or homes but unfortunately many times they can not. These people pay property taxes bringing revenue to the county. Lots of visitors come to Mrs. Mrytis' store seeking di- rections to Clark Creek. The bridge going to Mile Hill road is so dilapidated that many people turn around in fear of crossing it. Clark Creek is also an-asset to our community, if you're not afraid to cross the bridge to get to it. This sounds like all I am doing is complaining, but I am not. I am grateful for such a beautiful place to live even though it requires that we boat in supplies and life is a little more difficult when you are surrounded by wa- ter. I spend a lot of time on our back porch painting the sunset over Lake Mary try- ing to capture the beauty and tranquility that surrounds me here. I otten think of the many natural resources that are not being utilized here. I wish everyone could just drive on in and watch the sunset over the water and enjoy the natural beauty found here in our county. Sincerely, /s/Rhonda M. Quirk from 2 to 4 p.m. in the Fel- lowship Hall of the Galilee Baptist Church in Gloster. For more information please call 601-225-4958. No gifts please. Second Annual Uniform Drive Now In Progress In Centreville The 2nd Annual Uni- form Drive is in progress now. Please donate new or used/clean school uni- forms for all public and private schools and school supplies. The drop off loca- tion is at the Centreville Town Hall, 1 Municipal Drive, Centreville, from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more information call 601-645- 5218. "Pack your bagsand visit New orleans , this summer... We'll take the stress out of travel! Free Valet Parking * Free Continental Breakfast Free Welcome drink Discount Shopping Card good at ANY Macy's * Free in-room bottled water & coffee Free WiFi Starting from $129 weeknights 1-855-798-6642 Ask for the SUMMER rate Reserve online and see our swimming pools at neworleanshotdcollection.com/SUMMER Available for some rooms, some dates, not over special events, reservations required, taxes additional. 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SEALED bids will be received by the Wilkinson County Board of Education, 488 Main Street, Woodville, Mississippi 39669 until 4:00 p.m. on August 14, 2013. All bids are subject to the terms and conditions of the bid invitation and must be received in sealed packages and marked "Bid Educational Contractual Services" on the front by the due date and time, Bids received after the speci- fied date and time are considered late and will not be opened. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids or any part of any bid and accept the bid which is best as evidenced by reasons relative to the purpose of the purchase. The Board reserves the right to waive any irregularities. All bids shall be effective for one year from the date of the bid opening. /s/Timothy T. Scott Timothy T. Scott Superintendent of Education