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Page 2 The Woodville Republican, Thursday, July 31, 2014 MISSLSSlPPI:S OLDEST PER - F, Itied lU4 00oo00nir00epubli0000n WoodviHe, Mississippi 39669 Andrew J. Lewis ....................................... Publisher/Editor Lili R. Lewis ...................... Associate Editor/Adv. Manager Frances C. Devening ......................................... Typesetter Kathleen Geter Daly ........................................ Bookkeepe.r THE WOODVILLE REPUBLICAN (USPS No. 462-260) is published weekly on Thursdays. Subscriptions: $28.00 per year in Wilkinson County, $30,00 per year outside Wilkinson County & in Miss., and $32.00 per year outside Mississippi. 50 per copy. Office located 425 Depot Street, Woodville, MS 39669. Telephone (601) 888-4293, FAX (601) 888- 6156. Email: wrepublican@bellsouth.net. Periodicals Post- age Paid at Woodville, MS 39669. POSTMASTER: Send all address changes to THE WOODVILLE REPUBLICAN. P.O. Box 696, Woodville, MS 39669-0696. t A cohmn by Rev. Bobby Thornhill, Pastor Centreville & White's Chapel United Methodist Churches "So I sought for a man among them who would make a wall, and stand in the gap before Me on behalf of the land that I should not destroy it; but I found no one." Eze- kiel 22:30 "He saw that there was no man, and wondered that there was no intercessor..." Isaiah 59:16a (NKJV) In these two passages we find that God is dismayed at the lack of a man interested enough in the situation at hand to "stand in the gap" for Israel. To intercede is one of our greatest responsibilities as Christians. The Apostle Paul gives us much instruc- tion concerning our respon- sibility to pray for others, teaching us to "pray always," to "pray without ceasing," and to pray for our leaders that all may go well for us. At a time when our Nation is sinking deeper and deeper into the abyss and chaos of sin, much of which is forced upon us from the highest levels of our leadership, are we turning to God in prayer? Are we standing in the gap, interceding for our country, for our Churches, for our families? Are we literally, through our prayers, bridg- ing the gap between those who would lead us down a wrong path and our God? It is as though the connec- tion between this Country and God is being severed. Are we genuinely concerned, concerned enough to seek God's face in prayer instead of always praying for some material blessing? It is the responsibility of those of us who call our- selves Christians to pray, to stand in the gap for our Country. Are you that man. or woman who will make a difference? Awards Day At Centreville Academy Centreville Academy re- cently held its High School Awards Day. Aurora Diaz was named the Valedictorian of the senior class and re- ceived monetary  from United Mississippi Bank and Concordia Bank. Mikalyn Spangler was announced as the Salutatorian of the class and also received monetary awards from United Missis- sippi Bank and Concordia Bank. Aurora Diaz present- ed Mrs. Cathy Perry .wi'thth 9 Valedictorian's Most Influe}{- tial Teacher Award. Bail- lie Cunningham was named Star Student and chose Ms. Scarlet Savoye as her Star Teacher. Aurora Diaz was awarded the Marine's Scho- lastic Excellence Award. Baillie Cunningham received the Marine's Distinguished Athlete Award. The Army Reserve Scholar/Athlete Award was awarded to Bail- lie Cunningham and Colby Shaw. Points of Light Volun- teers, Chelsea Tarver, Chel- sea Hawes, Madison Alford, Corianne Mouton, Bailey De- vall, Mary Overbey, Brooke Whitaker, Caroline Lobrano, Miranda Perry, Riley Melan- con, Savanna Arnett, Brooke Havard, Emily Vice and Jace Holden were recognized with commendations from the national headquarters. Stu- dents who received the Presi- dential Education Award for scoring above the 90th per- centile on a national stan- dardized test were Baillie Cunningham, Dylan DeLee, Mikalyn Spangler and Dar- ryl Whitehead. Winners of Wendy's Heisman Award for Centreville Academy were Brandon Arnett and Laramie Greer. Subject awards were presented to the following students: English I, Austen Addington and Chris Jones; English II, Marti Ann Long- mire; English III, Amanda Brown; English IV, Bafllie Cunningham and Mikalyn Spangler; Algebra I, Austen Addington and Kayley Wom- ack; Algebra II, Brian Arnett and Amanda Brown; Geome- try, Marti Ann Longmire and Kristina Seyfarth; Advanced Math, Sadye Whitaker; Alge- bra III, Lanna Metz; Biology I, Ethan Blalock and Bailey Devall; Biology II, Hannah Guflbeau and Fernanda Di- az; Chemistry, Landon Jelks and Jordan Clark; Physics, Kaleigh Havard; Physical Science, Breanna Vice; World Geography, Sydney Lyons and Britt Netterlle; Mis- sissippi Studies, Chris Jones and Savanah Rheams; World History, Fernanda Diaz and Andrew Abadie; American History, Alison Brabham and Russell Bass; Econom- ics, Mikalyn Spangler and Darryl Whitehead; American Government, Aurora Diaz and Baillie Cuningham; Bible, Martin Longmire and Clayton Metz; Computer, Cade Maples and Makenzie Tarver; Keyboarding, Savan- nah Peterson and Emma Walls; Fine Arts, Clayton Metz and Brock Andrus; Spanish I, Kayley Wom- ack and Caroline Lobrano; Spanish II, Fernanda Diaz. Winners of CA's 7th and 8th grade Spelling Bee were Em- ily Rushing and Daniel Per- kins. Students recognized as Duke TIP Scholars for the 2013/14 year included Kate- lyn Havard, Jamie Leggett, Madalyn Peterson and Emily Rushing. The Eighth Grade Citizenship Awards went to Halley Etheridge and Trace LaCoste. Student Council officers were recognized as follows: President, 1Wflcalyn Spangler; Vice-President, Aurora Diaz; Secretary/ Treasurer, Ty LaCoste and Chaplain, Michael Spangler. The Daughters of the Ameri- can Revolution Good Citi-" zenship Award Was given to Mikalyn Spangler. Winners of the local math competition and representing Centreville Academy at the district com- petition were seventh grad- ers, Madalyn Peterson and Rylie Melancon; 8th grad- ers, Shanon Brecheen and Ashton Guitreau. The Cent- reville Book Club presented . cash awards to the junior and senior high students with the highest number of Accelerated Reading points for the year, and Jamie Wil- liams was the winner for the junior high and Marti Ann Longmire for the senior high. Savannah Peterson and Savanah Rheams re- ceived excellence awards from the National Acad- emy of Future Physicians and Medical Scientists. Fernanda Diaz received awards for placing 1st in the district and 3rd in the state in the Academic Bet- terment Competition in Spanish II. I Letter To The Editor ! July 23, 2014 Dear Mr. Lewis: This is a scam alert from St. Joseph Catholic Church. Please be awar of recent phone scams, especially from 800 area codes -- 877 in partiCular -- request- ing a caller's bank account numbers or other personal information. Do not give out any per- sonal account numbers, social security number; etc. over the phone. Do not do this no matter who requests this informa- tion. Sincerely, Father S:ott Dugas * .* " Wildlife Management Tour Set For August 7 Near MSU Land owners and prolrty managers can get a firsthand look at the latest land man- agement techniques during a special tour organized by the Mississippi State University Extension Service. The Golden Triangle W'fld- life Management Tour will'be Thursday, August 7, in Clay- ton Village at a property locat- ed onHighway 182 about 200 yards east of the MSU Golf along the highway. Registra- tion begins at 4:30 p.m. Tours depart at 5:30 p.m. Water will be provided on the tour wag- OILS. Tour highlights include dove field management, warm and cool season wildlife food plots, wild hog control, native grasses, and deer and turkey habitat management. Ar the tour, attendees are invited to attend a complimentary Course. Signs will be posted supper and tour debriefing. Clarketta J. Collins Clarketta Jarvis Collins, 98, was born on January 3, 1916, the datlghter of the late Chalmers and Bertha Collins Jarvis, and she was married to the late Prince : E. Collins. She departed this life in Centreville on Monday July 21, 2014. She leaves to cherish her memories: four sons, Rev: Walter Collins of Ba- ton Rouge, La., and Bennie Collins, tMnce Collins and David Collins, all of Wood- xdlle; two daughters, Dorothy Frazier of Baton Rouge and Mary Brown of Jackson; 24 grandchildren; and a host of great-grandchildren, great- great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, other rela- tives and friends. She was preceded in death by her husband; three daughters, Resetta Harris, and Patsy and Bertha Col- lins; seven sisters; two broth- ers; four grandchildren; and a host of great-greatgrand- children, nieces, nephews and cousins. Bertha Jones Funeral services for Mrs. Bertha Jones, who passed away on Saturday, July 26, 2014, will be held Thursday, July 31, 2014, at noon at St. Luke Baptist Church No. 1, 40 Oak Tree Lane, Wood- ville, with the Reverend Charles Bell officiating. A complete obituary for Mrs. Jones will appear in The Woodville Republican at a later date. Preregistration by Tues- day, August 5, is required. For information or to register, contact the Lowndes County Extension office at 662-328- 2111 orthe Oktibbeha County Extension office at 662-323- 5916. PUBLIC NOTICE To The Public And To The Taxpayers Of Wilkinson County, Mississippi: You are hereby notified that the real and person- al property assessment rolls of the above named County, for the year 2014 have been equalized according to law, and that said rolls are ready for inspection and examination and that any objec- tions to said rolls or any assessment therein con- tained; shall be made in writing and filed with the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of said County, on or before the 25th day of August, 2014, at his office in the Courthouse of said County, and that all assessments towhich no objection is then and there made, Will be finally approved by said Board of Supervisors, and that all assessments to which objection is made, and which may be corrected and properly determined by this Board, will be made final by this Board of Supervisors, and that said rolls and the assessments con- tained therein Will be approved by this Board of Supervisors; and that, 1. This Board will be in session, for the purpose of hearing objections to the said assessments which may be filed, at the Courthouse in the Town of Woodville, said County and State on the 25th day of August, 2014 2. This Board of Supervisors will remain in ses- sion from day to day until all objections, lawfully filed, shall have been disposed of and all proper corrections made in the Said rolls. Witness the signature and seal of the said Board of Supervisors, this the 7th day of July, 2014, and, THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OFWILKINSON COUNTY By: /s/Bill Bankston BILL BANKSTON PRESIDENT ' /s/Thomas C. Tolliver, Jr. THOMAS C. TOLLIVER, JR. CLERK Natchez Salvage & Parts, Inc. why bw new when used will d0? USED AUTO & TRUCK PARTS lhy 00tere! Pay Here! USED AUTOS 601-442-3626 or Toll Free 1-800-759-0631 Ordered and adjudged the 7th day of July, 2014 /s/Bill Bankston BILL BANKSTON PRESIDENT