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The Woodville Republican, Thursday, October 8, 2015 Page 5 IN MEMORY OF Mary McDonald Jones Classified ads must be paid in advance. $12 for up to 60 words. Every word over 60 word limit, additional 13 per word. Tear sheets cost $5. Deadline for all classified ads is Friday at noon. No exceptions! Mail to P. O. Box 696, Woodville, MS 39669. 1/tf CHILDCARE: Are you looking for a safe, caring and loving environment for your little one? 2 spots are avail- able for quality childcare service, Man. -- Fri. "Qual- ity Care When You're Not There." For more informa- tion call 601-888-6125. 10/8/lwp BLACK & BEAUTIFUL: 2007 Chevy Tahoe LTZ, loaded to the MAX. Black with tan leather interior, automatic running boards, sun roof, rear entertain- ment system, navigation system, back-up camera ... the WORKS! Come by office of The Woodville Republican to see. $14,500. No owner fi- nancing. Call 601-888-4293, ask for Andy. 9/10M POSTED: All lands in Wilkinson County owned by the Ed Rollins Family, AKA Jasmine Hill, LLC, are posted against all hunting, fishing and otherwise tres- passing. All former permis- sions are revoked unless ob- tained in writing. -- Estate of Joan & Edward S. Rollins 4/14 POSTED AND PA- TROLI_E . All lands in WiIkin- son County located at 1129 Ford's Creek Road, Woodville, MS, owned by Vema Freeman are hereby p ed hunang, f ng and All f ner revokecL unless obtained in writing. Viola- tars will be pmsecate& -- Vema 10/14/2yp Sunrise Sunset Sept. 23,1914 Sept. 23, 2014 A special smile, A special face in our hearts, A special place, Memories are a gift to treasure. They will last forever. -- With Love, Your Family Pd. Ad. INVITATION Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old he will not depart from it. Proverbs 22:6 '~ere's no greater love than the Love for a child." We, the G. M. B. Asso- ciation, are showing Love To Our Ch/]zlren to let them praise God in their own way on Thursday, October 8. This program will be at the Bay- ridge Baptist Church at 6 p.m. The speaker for this occasion will be Reverend LeReginald Jones, pastor of the Macedonia Baptist Church in Centreville and the St. John II Baptist Church in Woodville, along with the G. M. B. Youth Choir. We will be honoring our '%ittle Natchez Salvage & Parts, Inc. Why bw new when used will dot USED AUTO & TRUCK PARTS Buy Here! Pay lere! USED AUTOS "' 601-442-3626 or Toll Free 1-800-75g-0631 980 U. S. Hwy 61 601Wdville-888-6053 Licensed in MS & LA -- mrane Dealer -- We Accept Credit ELECTRICAL HEATING & COOLING REFRIGERATION PLUMBING Stand-] ); Cenerator " Tankle ' HTa[erlteazer /Jpp//ance Repa/r Technicians: Charles Smith Brian McKlemurry & Mark Sanders THERE IS A BETTER WAY, DISH! Call Now and Sove 50% SAMEDAY INSTALLATION Call 7 days a week 8am- llpm EST Promo Code: MB62015 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 01~ " " " " " " " " "1| Clyde Jarvis Clyde Jarvis of New Or- leans, La., passed away on Sunday, September 20, 2015, at the age of 74. He was a former employ- ee of Circle Food Service and the ILA Association. Cherishing his memo- ries are a daughter, Tan- ya Jarvis Quinn; sisters, Melanie Jarvis Williams, Linda Jarvis Dunbar and Thelma Jarvis Jones; two grandchildren; one great- grandchild; and a host of other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, Wil- lie T. Delaney Jarvis and Clyde Jarvis; a son, Ren- nard Jarvis; and sister, De- loris Jarvis Jones. Funeral services were held on Saturday, October 3, 2015, at Dennis Funeral Home in New Orleans at 10:00 a.m. Burial was held at Cedar Rest Cemetery in Wood- ville. Arrangements were en- trusted to Dennis Funeral Home. Ladies" with a Queen Drive. We are asking all churches to represent with a Queen on that night. Legs come togeth- er in praise and worship to God, because when praises go up, blessings will surely come down. Thanking you in ad- vance. -- The G. M. B. Associa- tion; Rev. Frank Sullivan, pres- ident; Rev. Cleveland Spencer, 1st vice president; Rev. Wayne Minor, 2nd vice president; Rev. Eva Brown, secretary; Bro. Er- nest Ferguson, treasurer; Sis- ter Dora Seiber, youth sponsor INVITATION The pastor, officers and members off the Hopewell AME Church in WoodviUe cor- dially invite you to our Annua/ Homecoming Program the sec- ond Sunday in October, same being October ll, at 1 p.m. Our guest speaker will be Reverend Murlon Webb of Baton Rouge and pastor of Star Hill Bap- fist Church of St. Frandsville. The guests,will also include some other members of the Webb family. Please come join us with your beautiful pres- ence and spiritual mind, and be prepared to have a joyful time lifting up the name of Je- sus in a mighty and Holy way. Dinner will be served. Yours in Christ. -- Pastor James E. Johnson, Sr.; Hopewell AME Church family POSTED: ALL LANDS owned by Holmes Sturgeon in that property known as Sturgeon Hill and also known as the John T. Stur- geon Estate and Alonzo H. Sturgeon, et al, all lying north of the Buffalo River and on the north side of the Buffalo Road, as well as all lands owned by the under- signed on Caroline Creek and on the Percy's Creek Read and such property owned by the undersigned on Highway 24 East and jointly owned by the undersigned on the Jackson Louisiana Road and known as the Moore Lumber Company property, are here- by posted against all forms of hunting, fishing or otherwise trespassing, except with the explicit permission of the undersigned or joint owner. All previous permissions are thereby revoked. All viola- tars will be prosecuted. No cameras or any other such electronic equipment shall be allowed on the same with- out permission of the under- signed. All permission previ- ously granted to anyone for any reason to go upon the property of the former Moore Lumber Company is hereby revoked and anyone found thereon shall be severely prosecuted to the htllest ex- tent available under the law. Holmes Sturgeon 6/11/15 -- 12/10/15 McComb, MS HUNTING LAND NEEDED!I! Have qualified buyers looking for hunting land. Several 40ac- lOOac clients, 500ac- 1000ac clients, and many in between. Call Alan 601-249-8436 or email: alan@ dougrushingrealty.com Strong Family Holds 16th Annual Reunion The descendants and friends of the late Will Strong and Josephine Daw- son Strong, formerly of this community, held their 16th Annual Family Reunion Ju- ly 24-26, in Houston, Tex- as. The host for this year's reunion was Cal Strong. The hostess was Josephine Strong Miles. The Mistress of Ceremonies was Bessie Dawson. The theme for this year's reunion was "Houston Here We Come." The re- union T-Shirts were azalea in color for women and sky blue for men. The front of the T-Shirts bore the name of the wearer along with "Strong Family 16th An- nual Reunion, July 24-26, 2015, Houston, Texas;" the theme "Houston Here We Come" and in memory of and the names of the ten deceased family members. The last line contained the words "Gone But Not For- gotten." The back of the T- Shirts contained the picture of a bus with the names of the forty surviving Strong family members and the inscription "The Strong Re- union Express 2015" and "Truckin' On To Houston." Family members and friends from Woodville, Ba- ton Rouge, New Orleans and Zachary boarded the "Strong Reunion Express" in Zachary, Louisiana, for the trip to Houston. Joining the family in Houston were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Daw- son, Sr., and Bellare, Phebe and Armon of Crossett, Ar- kansas; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dawson; Jr., and Gari of Kingwood, Texas; 1VIr:' Ke- nyon Jackson of Woodville; Mrs. Josephine Miles and Raagan of E1 Paso, Texas; Mrs. Mae McNeil of Brook- shire, Texas; Ms. Rhoda Robinson and Mercedes Robinson, Mrs. Cathy Cot- trell and Mrs. Irma McRae of Katy, Texas; and Mr. Cal Strong of Copperas Cove, Texas. Due to the delay in ar- rival, family members and friends registered at the Houston Marriott, south, near the Galleria area, be- tween 6:45 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. and then proceeded to Ball Rooms A, B and C where Thelma Strong Lind- sey offered the blessing of the delectable banquet meal that awaited them. The menu consisted of BBQ glazed beef brisket, fried catfish, fried chicken, house smoked jalapeno sausage, Texas field greens, red skin potato salad, shucked corn on the cob, ranch style beans, baked Texas pota- toes, jalapeno cornbread, bourbon peaches and cream pecan pie and mixed berry cobbler with vanilla bean ice cream. At the conclu- sion of the banquet meal, the Mistress of Ceremonies reverted to the program for the evening. The program centered on involving .mem bers of the family under the age of 18 and was thus titled "Our Children, Our Future." These young peo- ple served the widows and people with special needs as well as orchestrated items on the program. Family members and friends were received by Raagan Miles. The welcome address was given by Phebe Dawson, and the opening prayer was offered by Thelma Strong Lindsey, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance led by America." Ricky Jackson, Sr., conducted a review of the last 15 reunions, and the Mistress of Ceremonies outlined the agenda for the next two days. Simone Scott recited a poem en- titled "A Word," and Jessie Strong Groom announced the birthdays and anniver- saries for the month of July. Col Strong then pre- sented T-Shirts in honor of members who passed away during the previous year. Raagan Miles and the young people issued T-Shirts to the remain- ing family members and friends. Telephone calls and text messages were sent to members not present at the reunion. Josephine Strong Miles then presented specially designed aprons to Sire- one Scott and to all wid- ows present at the reunion. Mistress of Ceremonies Bessie Dawson presented a safety briefing, and Larry Dawson, Sr., closed this -.segment of the agenda with a prayer. The next phase of the reunion involved a talent show in which Micah Briggs played the flute; Sandra Strong Jackson, Bellarre Dawson, Liniah Slater and Zsa. Zsa. Lanus sang "Re. spect;" Jessie Strong Groom sang "How Great Thou Art;" and Larry Dawson, Sr., and Cal Strong told army and marine jokes. At the end of the talent show the family enjoyed a period of music, dancing, games Aaron Boudreaux. A Memo ....... and'"f0urs Of the Galleria rial Candle Service was con- ducted for the ten deceased family members during which the Mistress of Cer- emonies called the name of each deceased member and La'wrence Smith lit a memorial candle. Belarre Dawson then led the family in the singing of "God Bless area and arcades. At noon on Saturday, July 25, the family enjoyed a hearty buffet meal at the Golden Corral before proceeding to the Johnson Space Center (NASA) for a four (4) hour briefing, tour and games. (Continued on Page 9) Classes.Training AVIATION Grads work with JetBlue, Boeing, NASA and others- start here with hands on training for FAA certification. Financial aid if qualified. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance 866-367- 2510. 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