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The Woodville Republican, Thursday, September 19, 20!3 Page 3 ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED The engagement and forthcoming marriage of Shellie Marie Vine to Bry- an Toney Boatner of Nor- wood, Louisiana, is being announced this week by her mother, Ellen Donald- son Vine of Centreville. The bride-to-be is also the daugh- ter of the late Ken Vine. The prospective bridegroom is the son of Ellyn Toney of St. Francisville, Louisiana, and John M. Boatner, Jr of Norwood. Vows will be exchanged by the couple on Satur- day, the fii~h of October, at Griffwood, located at 3277 Highway 24/33 in Gloster. Performing the half past six o'clock ceremony will be Brother Joe Ratcliff. Grandparents of the bride-elect are Joyce Wil- liams Vine of Centreville and the late Mason Vine and Deanie Bolton Atkinson of Corsicana, Texas, and for- merly of WoodviUe, and the late Jack Afldnson and the late Laddie Donaldson of Ba- ton Rouge. A 2007 graduate of Centreville Academy, she graduated in cardiovascu- lar ultrasound from South- ern Medical Corporation in 2011. She is employed by the Pointe Coupee General Hospital in New Roads, Loui- siana. The bridegroom-elect is the grandson of John M. Boatner and Frances Boat- her of Nor~vogd, B arbara Toney of Centreville and the late Lowell Toney and Guynell Carr of Jackson, Louisiana. A 2005 graduate of Centreville Academy, he is employed by KPAQ Indus- tries LLC. Friends and relatives of the couple are cordially in- vited to attend the wedding and the reception which will immediately follow at Griff- wood. TO CELEBRATE 60TH ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. William Lee Geter will celebrate their sixtieth wedding anniver- sary at a reception to be held on Saturday, Septem- ber twenty-eighth, at two o'clock at the Pioneer Bap- tist Church. A cordial invitation is extended to all family and friends to attend this spe- cial occasion. CARING 4 YOU Adult Daycare Center! 21 22 22 22 28 28 29 29 1 1&3 2 6 14 8&10 9 10 12 SENATOR BUTLER WITH FORMER SENATOR DEARING m Mississippi District 38 Senator Kel- vin E. Butler, right, visited with former senator and colleague Bob Dearing on Tuesday, Sep- tember 3, after addressing Dearing's American National Government class at Co-Lin's Natchez campus. Senator Butler urged the students to take advantage of Dearing's knowledge of the govern- mental process as well as his take on the evolution of social issues that have affected how govern- ment works. "I think the students have an excel- lent opportunity to learn about all aspects of life from Senator Dearing, whose political experiences alone are greater than most of their ages," Senator Butler said. "Such knowledge cannot be bought, but it can be obtained by quizzing someone as ex- perienced in life and in politics as is Senator Bob Dearing." Dearing served more than 30 years in the senate. -- Submitted Photo Berry Represents Asylum Lodge Mr. Wesley Berry repre- sented the Wood~lle Asylum Lodge No. 63 at the 195th Communication of the Grand Lodge of Mississippi F. & A:M: earlier this summer. He was the only member of the Woodville Lodge attending. At least one member from every Lodge must attend the Communication. After sev- eral attempts, dating from the 1790s, the Grand Lodge of Mississippi was finally chartered through Kentucky in 1818. The Grand Lodge of Mississippi has met continu- ously every year since then. Sturgeon Serving As Judge Advocate Mr. Holmes Sturgeon was in Jackson on Saturday, Au- gust 24, to attend the meet- ing of the Mississippi Divi- sion of The Sons of Confeder- ate Veterans. Mr. Sturgeon will be serv- ing in the upcoming term as Judge Advocate for the State of Mississippi Sons of Con- federate Veterans. Mr. Allen Terrell, origi- nally from Liberty, and now from Natchez, is ser~ng as commander of the Missis- sippi Division. With The Cogo Army National Guard Warrant Officer 1 Amanda I~ Holmes has been promot- ed to the rank of warrant officer one in the U.S. Army National Guard. Holmes is a human re- sources specialist assigned to the 256th Infantry Bri- gade at Lafayette, in the Louisiana National Guard. The warrant officer has served in the military for 25 years. She is the mother of Ken- neth' Demouchet of John Road, Breaux Bridge, Loui- siana, and Greg Guidry of Woodville. She is the daugh- ter of Cathy Thompson, also of Woodville. Holmes received a bache- lor of arts in 2008 from Saint Leo University, Florida. Exhibitors Sought For Piney Woods Festival The traditional skills, crafts and arts of Missis- sippi's Piney Woods region will be showcased during the l~ney Woods Heritage Festi- val at Mississippi State Uni- versity's Crosby Arboretum November 15 and 16. Visitors to the Picayune facility will enjoy educa- tional exhibits and skills We are now aooq i.g enrollmml" applications 4,e.ior Citize.s a.d 17isabled Adults! Medicaid Elderly and Disabled Waiver Program Accepted! Quality lhytime Care 4 ALL! Affordable hourly a.d weekly rates! A nutritious lunch, snack and activities provided daily, If you or your loved one is interested in enrolling in our program, please call us at (601) 888-4333 or (225) 603-8258 amekia 4onroe, Rg ICRRBIProgram irecror SEPTI MBER Oak Grove BC, Perrytown, Family & Friends Day, Rev. R. Strickland + choirs, 12 pm Clarmount MBC, Natchez, Worship & Praise Service, Rev. M. White, 11 am-12:30 pm Rose Hill 2nd Zion BC, Christian @ The Clock, 3 pm New Zion Hill BC, Pack The Pews, Women in White, Men is the Head Program, 2 pm Mt. Zion Youth Choir, Youth Choir Anniversary, Dr. John Honeysucker, 6 pm Clarmount MBC, Natchez, Usher's Program, Rev. Sherman Scales, Texas, 4 pm St. Mark BC, Annual Homecoming, Rev. Allen Handy + Handy Mass Choir, noon Magnolia BC, Weyanoke, LA, Homecoming Program, Pastor Larry Pate, noon OCTOBER Mt. Olive BC, Mt. Olive Burial Assoc. Meeting, 4 pm Open AA Meeting, United Methodist Church, Call 601-493-7636, noon Open AA Meeting, St. Joseph Catholic Church, Call 601-493-7636, noon Bay Ridge BC, Annual Homecoming Celebration, 1 pm TRIAD-S.A.LT. Meeting, Wilk. Co, Sheriffs Complex, Hwy 61 S 10 am Open AA Meeting, United Methodist Church, Call 601-493-7636, noon Open AA Meeting, St. Joseph Catholic Church, Call 601-493-7636, noon Hwy Patrol-Drivers Licenses/IDs, J.R. Hamilton Bldg 8:30 am-4:00 pm Deer & Wildlife Festival, LIve Music, Art, Wild Game Cook Off, Local Food, $5 demonstrations, including blacksmithing, wood carv- ing, quilting, storytelling and more. Craftsmen and artists also will offer their work for purchase. Artists and craftsmen who are skilled in tradi- tional crafts, trades or arts are invited to apply to be exhibitors. Applications will be accepted until Oct. 1. There is no fee for booth space. The event is open to pre- registered school groups on November 15 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Admission is $2 per student and free for teachers, chaperones and bus drivers. The general public is invited to attend on November 16 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admis- sion is $5 for adults and $2 for children. For more information on the festival or to obtain a booth application form, con- tact Richelle Stafiae at rstaf- ne@ext.msstate.edu or 601- 799-2311. Minutes Of The Wilkinson County Board Of Supervisors Be it known and re- membered that the Honor- able Board of Supervisors of Wilkinson County, Mississip- pi, met on the fiffia day of Au- gust at 9:30 a.m. There were present the following super- visors: Wil Seal, 1st District; Richard Hollins, 2nd District; Bill Bankston, President, 3rd District; Jennings Nettles, 5th District; and Kenyon Jack- son, Vice President, 4th Dis- trict. Also present were Bruce Lewis, Attorney, and Thomas C. Tolliver, Jr Clerk of the Board of Supervisors. General County Fund: Telepak Internet, $24.00; AT&T, $350.00; Benecom Technologies, $652.94; South- ern Telecommunications, $3,791.33; Jeremy J. Ephion, $202.41; Adams Co. Juve- nile Det $1,900.00; FMCH Combined Clinic, $80.00; State Treasurer Fund 3601, $244.00; AT&T Mobility, $68.55; Pitney Bowes Pur- chase Power, $207.99; Redd Pest Solutions, $129.28; Can- on Solutions America, $20.45; C Spire Wireless, $520.70; Netdoor, $220.00; Netline, $365.00; The Windward Group, Inc $27,108.96; Waste Management of MS-McComb, $395.67; Delta Computer Sys- tems, $3,020.00; Stine Lum- ber Co $852.95; American Medical Response, $6,666.67; Woodville Bd. Of Library, $6,000.00; Wilk. Co. Health Dept $3,636.25; SW MS EPA, $272.55; AT&T, $80.34; Entergy, $9,857.57; Ann John- son, $454.10; Travis Sharp, $1,087.01; The Woodville Re- publican, $1,216.84; Town of Woodville, $262.16; Town of Centreville, $100.83; Avaya, Inc $82.99; U S. Postal Ser- vice, $200.00; Wilk. Co. Dept. of Child Welfare, $50.00; MS Medical Examiner, $2,300.00; Town of Woedville, $795.14; Pitney Bowes, Inc $198.87; Tracy Davis, $744.00; Buffalo Services, $,3,023.10; Central Office Supplies, $2,386.83; Kay Radio & Electronics, $3,593.00; Southern Systems & Service, $1,962.92; Sand- ers Repair Service, $183.48; Wilk. Farmers CoOp $67.44; Wayne's Lock & Key Service, $332.00; Natchez Heating & Cooling, $20,699.28; Stine Lumber Co $56.31; Great River Honda, $555.42; Motor- ola, $16,086.75; Arthur Wells, $2,860.00; Concordia Bank & Trust, $18,473.85; Pit- ney Bowes Purchase Power, $207.99; Arthur J. Gallagher, $732.00; W. Bruce Lewis, $206.23; OneBeacon Insur- ance Group, $7,635.03; Jennie Boyd, $3,471.00. Maintenance of Reapprais- al Fund: Cothren Engineer- ing, $6,750.00; Herring Ap- praisal, $4,429.70. Fire Rebate Insurance Fund: Arthur J. Gallagher Risk, $523.00. Tire Waste Disposal Fund: Town of WoodviUe, $59.64. Law Library Fund: Thom- as Reuters West Group, $938.00. Volunteer Fire Dept. Fund: Kelly Roberts, $120.00; Carlos Lee, $105.00; Samuel Frank- lin, $75.00; Joshi Tarlin, $90.00; Joe McDaniels, $15.00; Byron Boudreaux, $120.00; Edward Harris, $45.00; Jean E. Jones, $45.00; Audrey Boykin, $60.00; Chris Bou- dreaux, $60.00; Jent Reese, $60.00; Daren Taplin, $45.00; C Spire Wireless, $61.93; En- tergy, $7.97; D'Aquila Oil Co $1,460.00; Whetstone's Auto & Small, $224.40. District One Road Fund: Dickerson & Bowen, $400.00; D'Aquila Oil Co $89.00; C Spire Wireless, $89.30; Wilk. Farmers CoOp $32.49; Jr.'s Auto Parts, $105.17; The WoodviUe Republican, $39.08; Town of Centreville, $500.00; Buffalo Services, $2,737.20; Dickerson & Bow- en, $1,788.00; Paul Stockstill, $550.00; Super Service Sta- tion, $50.00. District Two Road Fund: Waters International Truck, $332.75; C Spire Wireless, $104.04; Thomas Buckner, $212.00; Puckett Machin- ery, $279.64; Kubota Leas- ing, $1,542.90; Seal Trac- tor Co $225.11; Jr.'s Auto Parts, $27.60; Centreville Motor Co $430.78; South- ern Culverts, $620.00; Kai- ser Incorp $55.00; Sanders Repair Service, $720.69; Buf- falo Services, $382.44; same, $6,217.20; D'Aquila Oil Co $1,095.00; Super Service Sta- tion, $648.00. District Three Road Fund: Town of Centrev- ille, $16.95; Wilk. Farmers CoOp $155.00;. Richland Equip. Co $497.11; Buffalo Services, $89.82; C Spire Wireless, $90.28; Raymond Bocking, $100.00; Entergy, $18.40; Jr.'s Auto Parts, $39.06; Sanders Repair Ser- vice, $161.68; Whetstone's Auto, $45.00; Dalton's Farm Supply, $252.48; Buffalo Services, $3,439.00; South- ern Culverts, $6,730.00; R. J. Daigle, $2,819.30; Concordia Bank and Trust, $1,350.00; Bancorp South Equipment, $1,628.82. District Four Road Fund: Puckett Machinery, $2,034.00; Tires Truck Tires & More, $110.00; A & K Railroad Materials, $510.58; C Spire Wireless, $109.34; UMB, $1,650.87; Entergy, $14.99; Town of Woodville, $28.14; Jr.'s Auto Parts, $31.47; Wilk. Farmers CoOp $48.99; Seal Tractor Co $37.05; Tires Truck Tires & More, $115.00; Kenyon Jack- son, $748.63; D'Aquila Oil Co $1,460.00; Kaiser Incorp $519.73; Hewitt's Roofing, Inc $2,725.00. District Five Read Fund: Kaiser Incorp $92.50; Jr.'s Auto Parts, $173.21; Inter- state Billing Service, $61.18; C Spire Wireless, $111.06; Sanders Repair Service, $117.29; Concordia Bank & Trust, $1,350.00; Buffalo Services, $3,917.24; Bancorp South Equip $2,689.69. County Wide Bridge Fund: Wilk. Farmers CoOp $1.19; A & K Railroad Materi- als, $309.12; Sanders Repair Service, $504.96; Puckett Machinery, $1,073.90; Sand- ers Repair Service, $774.39; Outdoor Power, $62.25; Jordan, Kaiser & Sessions, $17,220.62. Solid Waste Department Fund: Southern Telecommu- nication, $44.34; U. S. Postal Service, $950.00; Waste Man- agement of MS-McComb, $31,323.90, Delta Computer Systems, $100.00; Waste Man- agement, $2,922.40; Waters Internationa] Truck, $156.80; Bancorp South Equipment, $2,202.93. Court Assessment Clear- ing Fund: Willie L. Thompson, $390.00; Carlos Lee, $315.00; DPS Fund #3747, $930.00; State Treasurer-Dept FI, $12,616.50. School Fund Special: W. Co. Bd. of National Forest Dist. $2,205.05. SW MS Community Col- lege Fund: S/W MS Commu- nity College, $2,467.52. $303,919.94 Total All In- voices 09/12/13 Please refrain from throwing trash, old furniture, appliances and construc- tion debris on our county roads, in hollows and in our creeks and rivers. 625 Main Street, Woodville. 601-888-6868 Open Monday- Thursday 8:15 am to 4:30 pm,Closed Friday DR. DICK WHITAKER, Optometrist, Tues. & Thurs. Ask about our Summer Sun Shade Special! Ray-Ban, Coach, Polo, Ralph Lauren, Vogue Pvemfiev Phyafica]l ThevaW 558 First South Street Woodville 601-888-7944 Board Certified Physical Therapist Virginia Lewis Whetstone, DPT