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The Woodville Republican, Thursday, September 19, 2013 Page 5 INVITATION Classified ads must be paid in advance. $12 minimum for 60 words or less. Over 60 words, 13 per word, first in- sertion, subsequent insertions 11 per word. Tear sheets cost $5. Deadline for all classified ads is Friday at noon. No ex- ceptions! Mail to P. O. Box 696, Woodville, MS 39669. 1/tf LICENSED SOCIAL WORKER/REGISTERED NURSE POSITIONS: The Southwest MS Planning and Development District is ac- cepting applications for the following positions: Licensed Social Worker and Regis- tered Nurse Case Managers. The positions serve Adams and Wilkinson Counties from office in Natchez. Marl resume to: SWMPDD, 2265 Hwy. 84 East, Meadvflle, MS 39653 or fax to: (601) 384- 5315 ATI2q: Nova York Tele- phone: (601) 384-5200. 9/19/2w Clarmount Missionary Baptist Church in Natchez will have their Worship and Praise Services on Sunday morning, September 22, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Rover- end Michael White will de- liver the morning message. We would like to invite all churches, deacons, mother boards, ushers, choirs and the general public to this spiritual and joyous time in the name of the Lord. -- Rev. Michael A. White, pastor; Rov. Michelle Brooks, Sr youth pastor INVITATION Clarmount Missionary Baptist Church of Natchez will have their Annual Ush- er's Program on Saturday af- ternoon, .September 28, at 4 p.m. The guest speaker be Reverend Sherman Scales of Houston, Texas. We wel- come all churches, ministers, deacons and the public to a spiritual time in the name of the Lord. -- ROv. Michael A. White, pastor; Rev. Michelle Brooks, Sr youth pastor FOR SALE: 2007 Ford Edge, excellent condition, 106,000 miles. $11,000 or best offer. Call: 601.334-0885 or 601.870-1231. 8/15/tf $O DOWN if you own land or have fam- ily land. Many homes to choose from. Call today!!! (601)803-1808. 9/5/4w Government Backed Loans available for Manu- factured Homes. 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes avail- able. Easy credit approval. Call Now!I!! (601)803-1808. 9/5/4w INVITATION Bay Ridge Baptist Char is inviting all ministers, de cons, members and the ge eral public to their Annual Homecoming Celebration be- ginning at 1 o'clock on Sun- day, October 6. It is always a joy to open our doors to those who wish to worship with us. -- Bay Ridge BC; ROv. Frank Sullivan, pastor INVITATION We, the Greater Holly- wood Baptist Church, invite you and your church family to unite with us at the Saint Paul POSTED AND PA- #1 Baptist Church located at TROLLED: All lands in 13464 Tunica Trace on the V~rflkinson County on the Rac- Angola' Road, in Weyanoke, coon Road owned by the Estate Louisiana, for a Mus/ca/Pro- of St. Clair Ross are hereby gram on the third Saturday in posted against hunting, fishing October, same being October and othexwise trespassing. All 19, at 6 p.m. There ~ be former permissions revoked, unless obtained in writing. Vio- lators will be prosecuted. -- Es- tate of St. Clair Ress 10/12 INVITATION Mt. Zion Youth Choir is inviting all choirs, soloists, praise teams and drill teams to celebrate their Youth Choir Anniversary on Satur- day, September 28, at 6 p.m. Yours in Christ. -- ROv. Dr. John Honeysucker, pastor a performance by the Gospel Wonders with special guests appearances by the Allen Family from St. FrandmdUe, The True Light Singers from Clinton, Louisiana, and the Atkins Singers from Alabama. Your presence Hill greatly ex- alt God's presence. Whenever you need us, please call on us, and we Hill gladly respond. For more information contact Brother Robert Gilmore, Jr at (225) 635-5921. -- Greater Hollywood BC; ROv. Larry Pate, Sr pastor; Sister Alline Brown, secretary I Woodville %iiil,; 601-888-6053 Licensed in MS & LA -- Trane Dealer -- ELECTRICAL HEATING & COOLING REFRIGERATION PLUMBING Stand-By Generators Tankless Water Heaters Appliance Repair Technicians: Charles Smith Brian McKlemurry & Mark Sanders d'sh OVER 30 PREMIUM MOVIE CHANNELS slmz For 3 months. Offer subject to change based on premium movie channel availability, 0 Call Now and Ask How to Save Up To 50 " Call 7 days a week 8am - 1 lpm EST Promo Code: MB0513 All offers require 24-rnonth commitment and credit qualihcation. ~ ~prJ~ ,o An 20. ATI ~O r AT200. a"d ATe0 W"h H D ~ogrammi.g. Oi~coun, lp ke zo ~ ~'e~r of s~,~ce ~n ~o~m of o.ri.~ ~.d pro~ot~ ::A d'sh INVITATION The Oak Grove Baptist Church, Perrytewn, cordially invites you to our Annucd Fam- //y and Fr/ends Day on Sat- urday, September 21, at noorL Roverend Robert Strickland and his Combined Choirs will be our spedal guests. Come and have a joyous time in the L(~l. -- Oak Grove BC fame, Roy. Reginald Jackson, pastor THANK YOU MOUNT OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH GROUND BREAKING -- Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Church, located on Highway 33 South of Centreville, has broken ground to build a new church building. Pictured above at the ground breaking are as follows, left to right: Charlie Floyd, Mad- eleine Floyd, Lula Ray, Earnest Ray, Deacon Rufus Waters and Deacon Vance Jackson. Mt. Olive was or- ganized in October, 1894, and will celebrate 119 years of service dur- ing a church anniversary celebration planned for Sunday, October 6, 2013. Mt. Olive has re-located to Hwy. 33 South from its original location. The current church has been renovated several times, but members have de- cided it's time for a new structure. Rev. Percy L. Perkins is the pastor at Mt. Olive. -- Submitted Photo For God so loved the workl that he gave his only begotten Sor And whosoever believeth in him shall not perish, but have We, the Brown Family, wish to express our sincere thanks to each and every one for the prayers, phone calls, visits, en- couragement~ monetary gifts, and your overall LOVE dur- ing the loss of our loved one, Sister Sylvia Brown. We thank God for yon! However, we ask that you continue to pray for us and our strength. May God continue to bless each and every one of you! -- Special thanks to the Cesey-Davis Family, all churches, pastors, The Shin- ing Stars and Mercy Funeral Home, Kenyon Jackson, owned general manager. We love you all!! Pd. Ad. Mississippi Health Officials ReportThree New Human Cases of West Nile Virus SENATOR BUTLER AWARDS SCHOLARSHIPS -- Senator Kelvin E. Butler on Sunday, September 8, awarded three $500 cash scholarships at McComb Mall to three, first-year, college students. Recipients of the cash scholarships were Rosheka Da- vis of Osyka in Pike County, Philip Fountain of Woodville in Wilkinson County and Zana McCray of Tyler- town in Walthall County. The stu- dents can use the money for whatever purpose they want. This marks the goals of obtaining a higher education. The money comes from donations submitted through Senator Butler's political arm. "I began this schol- arship program to help our young people have an easier transition into their first year of college, and I am pleased that so many of them have gone forward to do well in their ca- On September 16 the Mis- sissippi State Department of Health (MSDH) reported three new human cases of West Nile vires (WNV) for 2013. The re- ported cases are in Hinds, Jones and Madison counties, the state total for 2013 to 30 cases, including one death. So far this year, cases have been reported in Bolivar, For- rest (3), Hinds (10), Jones (2), Lamar (3), I flore (2), Lincoln, Lowndes, Madison (2), Marion, Rankin (3) and Wayne coun- ties. The MSDH only rel~ts laboratery-confirmed eases to the public In 20/2, ~ppi had 247 WNV cases and five death~ The MSDH is also reporting a human case of I~Crcs~ en- cephalitis in Warren County. Mississippians should take appropriate precautions to reduce the risk of contrac~ WNV and other mosquito- berne illnesses year-round= re- move sources of standing water, espedally alter rainfall; and if you will be in mesquito-tmme reers," Senator Butler said. Standing areas, wear protective from left to right are as follows: schdl-~ (~uch, ps lon~s~,~ pants) during-pe~ ~-~es ~rmh arship committee members Tommy dusk until dawn, and use a rec- Sims and Ruthie Long, recipients ommonded mosquito repellent ninth year that Senator Butler has Rosheka Davis, Philip Fountain and according to manufacturer's dl- rection~ sponsored the scholarships which toZana McCray, Senator Butler and Symptoms of WNVinfeetion date total $12,000 given away to as- committee member Betty Patterson. are oi~en mild and may indude sist District 38 students achieve their -- Photo Submitted fever, headache, nausea, vomit- -- ---- ing, arash, muscle weakness or swollen lymph nods~ In a small Mississippi Sees Significant Decline In Infant Mortality number of cases, ~on can result in encephalitis or menin- Mississippi s infant mar- see this decline in the deaths tance of safe sleep practices, girls, which can lead to paraly- tality rate is declining. Mis- of our infants we must ensure and the proper installation sis, coma and possiblydeatl~ sissippi State Department of that women are healthy before and usage ofcar seats." For more information on Health (MSDH) officials re- they are pregnant, and have While Mississippi's infant WNV and other mosquito- pert a sigrfificant downward access to good prenatal care mortality rate is on the decline, borne illnesses, a checklist to trend in the state's infant when they become pregnant." the state remains above the reduce the mosquito pepula- mortality rate from 2005 to 'TCe know that being a teen 2010 national average of 6.15 tion in and around homes, and 2012. In the recently released mom is a major risk factor for deaths per 1,000 live births, recommended mosquito repel- 2012 numbers, the state's in- infant mortality, so access to For more information on lents, visit the MSDH website at fant mortality rate was 8.8 per care and education for teens infant mortality, visit www. www.HealthyMS.comAvestnile 1,000 live births, compared to is important as well. We must HealthyMS.com. or ~ the WNV toll-free hotline 9.4 in 2011, 9.6 in 2010,10.0 in also continue to educate new Follow MSDH by e- from 8 azn. until 5 pan. Monday 2009, 9.9 in 2008,10.1in 2007, mothers on the risk ofsmok- mail and social media atthrough Friday at 1-877-WST- 10.5 in 2006 and 11.4 in 2005. ing around infants, the impor- HealthyMS.com/connect. NILE (1-877-978-6453). The state has also seen a decline in the teen (ages 15-19) { L birth rate from 2008 through 2012. In 2012 Mississippi's teen birth rate was 46 births per 1,000 teens, compared to 65.6 in 2008. 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