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The Woodville Republican, Thursday, September 18, 2014 Page 3 Thanks To Shirley ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Have you taken advan- tage of the Wilkinson County Park? Such a nice place to take your walk.., about a 7/8 of a mile walk around the lake. For senior ci ns that counts for a mile. I count it as a mile. The lake itself gives you a beautiful view; you may see a crane or ducks on the wa- ter. You can hear the crows and other birds calling to one another. While you walk you can take in the beauty of na- ture, the trees, the sky, the carefiffiy cared for grounds~ Sometimes you can catch the sight of a fisherman or two. All of this as you improve your health. What a wonderful sight our park is. Then comes Mrs. Shirley Swain, giving her time and knowledgeofplants, trees and flowers to beautify our park. As you enter the park you can see the talent Shirley shares with us. Trees and flowers greet you as you enter the park. Thanks Shirley. Under her care, the park takes on a new light. In front of the main building there are new flow- ers in the beds. As you start your walk you are welcomed with flowers that Shirley has planted around the trees. Shirley has a flare for bright- ening up the landscape and your day. Not only that, but she greets all walkers as they Mr. and Mrs. Turk Tynes liman Institute in Clinton. pass by her, sending those CONCORDIA BANK APPRECIATES senior citizens on their way ............... of Clinton, Louisiana, are She attended Louisiana with a smile And, I am told TI-I~II t;U~TO~EI~S -- All seven lo- this week announcing State University and is a by others, tt~t she also greets cations of Concordia Bank and Trust, the engagement and ap- graduate of Baton Rouge proaching marriage of their Community College School allwalkers with a smile and a including the Main Street, Woodville daughter, Taylor Marie, to of Nursing. She is a Regis' word that brightens up their branch, celebrated "Customer Ap- Talmadge Alan Priest, son tered Nurse with Lane Re- daYsto b th . . preciation Day" on Friday, Septem- of Mr. and Mrs. John Alan gional Medical Center in P y ~ e park aria see Priest of Centreville. Zacharyl Louisiana. her handiwork and thank her ber 12, between the hours of 9 a.m. The couple will marry on The prospective bride- for her time and talent. While to 5 p.m. During the day customers Saturday, the fifteenth of groom is the grandson of you are at it, stop by and see Visiting allConcordia Bank locations November, in a ceremony to the late Mr. and Mrs. Tal- Mr. Thomas Tolliver at his of- be held at Hemingbough in madge Dennis Bickham, rice. ASk Thomas what great St. Francisville, Louisiana. and Mrs. Harry Lee Priest, plans he has for the park The bride-to-be is the Jr., of Gloster and the late and thank him for his part granddaughter of Mrs. Mr. Priest. He is a gradu- in making our park a place of Harold Milton Schmidt of ate of Centreville Acad- enjoyment for all of us. Slaughter, Louisiana, and emy and attended Louisi- There are people working the late Mr. Schmidt, and ana State University and to make our community a Mrs. Merlin Morgan Tynes Southeastern Louisiana place of beauty and enjoy- of Grangeville, Louisiana. University. He is ownerment for us. Let us thank and the late Mr. Tynes. Miss and CEO of TBE Logging them for all this good work. Tynes is a graduate of Sil- and Trucking. Tom Sexton MOVING ' Thursday, September 25th] { Saturday, October 4th glega~a Collection ; me4 7179 U.S, Hwy 61 St. Francisville. LA 225-635-4614 www.patricksjewelry.com Regular $1395 Wilkinson County Calendar Of Events To add events please call 601o888-4293 6r email wrepublican@bellsouth.net by noon Friday 680 Highway 61 North www.natchezmonument.com \ were treated to delicious cookies and punch and were given small gifts in appreciation of their loyalty. Mari- lyn Andrews was the local branch's winner of a new Kindle Fire. The bank also has locations in Ferri- day, Monterey and Vidalia, La., and in Natchez. -- Woodville Republican Photos by Andy J. Lewis Le Mardi Club Enjoys Guest Speakers With the fall season ap- and Bulgaria. They told of skills. Claire showed a video proaching, the 2014-2015 the daily struggles in these she made in Rwanda depict- Le Mardi Club year began areas and the fact that all ing a sewing group that was at Opposite Ends on Tues- three countries face pover- started by Betsy Everritta,a day, September 9, with Mrs. ty, poor access to education LSU graduate, with the Beverly Crawford serving and corrupt government,help of a co-op Umucyo. as hostess. Mrs. Ann Mar- Kate first began her mis- Previously destitute women ris, club president, wel- sion trips by accompanying are taught to create beau- comed the nineteen mem- her aunt. Kandis Garrett tiful bags and accessories bers present. After a brief Dennis, a physical thera- that are sold in the United business meeting, Mrs. pist. Mrs. Dennis, withStates. It is not a lot, but Morris, who was also serv- the aid of gait trainers and it does give these women a ing as program chairman, wheelchairs, travel to these needed sense of accomplish- introduced the guest speak- underprivileged areas and ment. Upon concluding the ers for the afternoon, Ms. works with children whoprogram the ladies shared Kate Wilkerson, Woodville have physical disabilities, an article entitled Glimpses native and granddaugh- These communities have of Hope that was printed in ter of Mrs. Morris, and her problems caring for well the June 201.4 edition of In- friend, Claire Hutchinson, children miactl less thos6 Register magazine. of West Monroe, Louisiana. who suffer any illness or A delicious refreshment Kate and Claire met while disability, array of assorted cakes, attending Louisiana State Claire uses her love and toasted pecans and cheese University and now are vocation in photography to wafers along with iced bev- roommates, capture not just the poverty erages and coffee were en- The two young ladiesand despair in these re- joyed by all. The October shared their mission trip gions but the hope and joy meeting will be held at the endeavors to Haiti, Rwanda that is prevalent due to the home of Mrs. Bettye Sum- love and kindness shown to rail with Mrs. Carrie Cupit them by people who travel serving as program chair- and give of their time and man. Fort Adams Women's Club Begins Year The Fort Adams Women's Club met on September 10 at the Pond. After a short busi- ness meeting the members enjoyed lunch and catching up from the summer. Officers for the 2014-2015 club year are Mrs. Monique Joseph Wagoner, president; Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Chaf- fin, vice president; Miss Mary Ellen Rosenblatt, trea- surer; Mrs. Elaine Steckler and Mrs. Debra Emfinger, co-secretary. The next meeting is Octo- ber 8 with Mrs. Aulene Flac- comio. Club Secretary Whitaker Eye Clinic 625 Main St. * WoodviUe 601-888-6868 "Nothing is more precious than your eyesight." Dr. Dick Whitaker Optometrist Comprehensive Eye Exams Specialty Contact Lens Fits Designer Eyewear Diagnosis & Treatment of Eye Diseases Medi0are t, Mailed A ', ,td'al Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday from 8:15 am to 4:30 pm Closed Thursday Premier Phys caH TheraW 558 First South Street Woodville 601-888-7944 Board Certified Physical Therapist Virginia Lewis Whetstone, DPT 17 18 20 20 20 21 21 21 21 27 28 28 1 7 9 SEPTEMBER Open AA Meeting, Woodville Municipal Building, 6 pm W. Co. Extension Office, Lunch & Learn Program, "Water Gardens," noon Chapel BC Pastor's Aide Club, King & Queen Program, 6 pm Oak Grove BC, Family & Friends Day, Rev. Allen Handy and church, 1 pm Mt Zion CME Church, Youth Choir Anniversary, Rev. John Honeysucker, 6 pm St. Luke 2nd BC, Pastor Jerry Dixon's 15th Year Anniversary, Guests, Rev. Bell + Chapel BC, 2 pm Creeby Union BC, Annual Homecoming Program, noon House of Prayer In Jesus Christ, Family & Friends Day, noon Macedonia Baptist Church, 1st Musical Program, Rev. Robert Wells, 2 pm Bleakhouse Baptist Church, United Ministries of Faith Prayer Breakfast, 8 am Rose Hill 2nd Zion BC, Christian @ The Clock Service, 3 pm New 7ion Hill BC Pastor's Aide Club, Pack the Pew, Guests Rev. Robert Scott + Nathaniel BC, 2 pm OCTOBER Open AA Meeting, Woodville Municipal Building, 6 pm Mt. Olive BC, Mt. Olive Burial Assoc. Meeting, 4 pm Hwy Patrol-Drivers Licenses/tDs, J.R. Hamilton Bldg., 8:30 am-4:00 pm