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t The Woodville Republican, Thursday, October 22, 2015 Page 5 WCTS Class Of 1965 Holds 50th Reunion 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 excep- tions! Mail to P. O. Box 696, Woodville, MS 39669. 1/tf FOR SALE: 2004 14x66 mobile home, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. In good shape. New carpet. $13,000. Call 601-431- 5450. 10/15/lwp HIRING: Wilkinson Coun- ty Senior Care located in Cent- reville, Ms. now has the follow- ing positions available: Full- time and PRN LPNs, Full-time and PRN CNAs. Excellent pay, friendly environment. If interested, please notify Kathy Sterling, RN, DON or Chelsea Easterly, LPN, ADON at 601- 645-5253. _10/22, 10/29 FOR SALE: Waterfront property on Foster Lake with a 1,400 sqA%. lake-house on 5.5 acres for $225,000, 4-BR, 2-bath, w/laundry room, screened room, and decks; also inclt~des a 220 ft. pier. I_~ke-house is also being of- fered on 11.5 acres for $265,000 or as above on 52 acres w/ Duck Hunting for $350,000 or as above on 69 acres w/ income produdng propory for $450,000. For details call 985- 518-7680, 601-888-3883 or emafl ejplbl:L'~yahoo.cem 10/22, 10/29, 11/5, 11/12/15 HIRING: An experienced knuckle boom operator. Com- petitive pay and regular work. Call Will @ 601-341-9898. 1_0_0_/15 10/22~ 10/29, 11/5/15 POSTED: ALL LANDS owned by Holmes Sturgeon in that property known as Stur- geon Hill and also known as the John T. Sturgeon 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 Road and such property owned by the un- dersigned on Highway 24 East and jointly owned by the un- dersigned on the Jackson Loui- siana Road and known as the Moore Lumber Company prep- erty, are hereby 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 violators will be prosecuted. No cameras or any other such electronic equipment shall be allowed on the same without permission of the undersigned. All per- mission previously granted to anyone for any reason to go upon the property of the for- mer Moore Lumber Company is hereby revoked and anyone found thereon shall be severely prosecuted to the fullest ex- tent available under the law. Holmes Sturgeon 6/11/15 -- 12/10/15 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- talned in writing. -- Estate of Joan & Edward S. Rollins 4/14 POSTED AND PA- TROLLED: All lands in Wilkinson County located at 1129 Ford's Creek Road, Woodville, MS, owned by Verna M. Freeman are hereby posted against hunt- ing, fishing and otherwise trespassing. All former per- missions revoked, unless ob- tained in writing. Violators will be prosecuted. -- Verna M. Freeman 10/14/2Vp WCTS Class Of 1965 Remembers Deceased . Classmates At Reunion The Class of 1965 from Wilkinson County High School, formerly known as Wilkinson County Train- ing School (WCTS), recently celebrated their 50th Year Reunion. On July 24, 2015, at 6 p.m. a Memorial Service in honor of our 38 deceased classmates was held at Pleasant Green Baptist Church with Reverend Larry Andrews officiating, Thank you Reverend Andrews. We had a glorious time in the Lord in memory of our de- ceased class members. A $500 scholarship check was presented to School Super- intendent Timothy Scott and School Board President Charlie Floyd (Class of 65). School Board member Fan- nie Bateaste was also in at- tendance. On July 25, 2015, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. a Meet & Greet activity took place at The Marriott Hotel in Ba- ton Rouge, LA. We enjoyed fellowship with classmates, CLASS PRESENTS $500 SCHOLARSHIP -- The WCTS Class of 1965 reunion president Charles Newman, left, presented a check for $500 to Superintendent Timothy Scott, center, and Wilkinson County School Board President Charlie Floyd, right. -- Photos Submitted some we had not seen in 50 years. The finale was from 7 p.m. to 12 a.m.; we had a blast. It was a formal Din- her/Dance with live music by Phat Hat. We celebrat- ed our (Golden) Year Class Reunion with class, and we are looking forward to our Annual Christmas Din- ner at Drusilla's Seafood Restaurant in Baton Rouge on December 5, 2015. Thanks to all who helped make this a great success. Charles E. Newman Class Reunion President Wilkinson County Board Of Supervisors Regular Meeting September 8, 2015 Be it known and remem- bered that the Honorable Board of Supervisors of Willdn- son County, Mississippi, met on the eighth day of Septem- ber at 9:30 aan. There were present the following super- visors: Wfl Seal, 1st District; Richard Hollins, 2nd District; Bill Bankston, President, 3rd District; Jennings Nettles, 5th District; and Kenyon Jackson, Vice President, 4th District. Al- so present were Brace Lewis, Attorney, and Thomas C. Toll- wer, Jr., Clerk of the Board of 980 U. S. Hwy. 61 Woodville 601-888-6053 Licensed in MS & LA -- Trane Dealer --- $1,332.82; Southern Telecom- munications, $2,929.75; State Treasurer Fund 3601, $448.00; Ran Senko, $210.00; Dr. L. J. Owens, $210.00; Dr. David B. McGraw, $30.00; H. E. Home, We Accept Supervisors. Jr., $225.00; AT&T, $149.00; Parts, $165.93; C Spire Wire- General County Fund: But- same, $80.06; Avaya, Inc., less, $44.42; LrMB, $7,784.34. falo Services, $2,953.70; Law- $82.99; Entergy, $9,778.88; District Four Road rence Printing Co., $1,258.69; Netdoor, $110.00; Cages Jani- Fund: Buffalo Services, Inc., Smith lhiafing, $90.27; Of- torial Service, $530.00; Bene- $2~254.80; Kenyon Jackson, rice Automation Center,cam Technologies, $2,052.94; $635.38; Entergy, $108.11; $836.72; Outdoor Power,Nolan Thompson, $834.75; TownofWoodville, $30.95; Jr.'s $1,689.62; Benecom Technolo- Flicks, $6,810.50; Town of Auto Parts, $389.08; Sand- gies, $3,346.00; Smith Print- Woodville, $812.90; Tolliver, ers Repair Services, $183.81; ing $169.14; Melvin Millet, Thomas C., Jr., $12.00; Adams Waste Pro, $164.25; Concor- Co. Juvenile Det., $880.00; dia Bank & Trust,, $1,116.72; SW MS EPA, $28.80; Office UMB, $1,650.87; Wilk. Farm- Automation Center, $875.00; ers CoOp., $1,348.93; C Spire AT&T, $49.17; Redd Pest So- Wireless, $109.50; S/W MS lutions, $130.30; Kentwoed EPA,$33.85. Spring Water, $32.00; Wood- District Five Read ville Republican, $1,285.57; Fund: Buffalo Services, Inc., Field Memorial Community $2,623.02; Waters Inter- Hospital, $1,355.10; Canon national Truck, $2,036.18; Solutions America, $165.39; Gene's Tires, $1,200.00; Jr.'s Telepak Internet, $24.00; Auto Parts, $15.25; Jennings Amy Fester Ryan, $1,025.00; Nettles, $34.95; Wilk. Farm- ELECTRICAL HEATING & COOLING REFRIGERATION PLUMBING " ,S and-i y Cenetalo ' " 7"ankle J:J' WazerHetzlerJ" Appliance Repair Technicians: Charles Smith Brian McKlemurry & Mark Sanders i Call 7 days a week 8am-11pm F_ST Promo Code: MB62015 SAMEDAY INSTALLATION DISH! starting at only,,. d!AJ Sara E. Jones, $525.00; James Ray Reese, $150.00; Jessie W. Stewart, $100.00; Carlos Lee, $50.00; Town of Woodville, $124.29; Town of Centrev- ille, $13.81; Johnson's Trans- portation, $400.00; Entergy, $126.75; Arthur J. Czallagher Risl~ $368.00; Pitney Bowes Purchase Power, $696.17; C Spire Wireless, $581.09; Wilkinson County Dept Of, $4,337.00; Woodville Board of Library, $7,833.33; Wilkinson County Dept Of, $50.00; Office Of The State Audit, $704.20; James H. Sterling, $800.00; L. & M. Bakery, $48.50. Maintenance of Reapprais- al Fund: Herring Appraisal, $4,429.70; Cothren Engineer- ing, $2,025.00. Tire Waste Disposal Fund: Polyvulc Tire Recycling, $1,887.00; Entergy, $9.89. Law Library Fund: Thomas Reuters - West, $560.39. Volunteer Fire Dept. Fund: Buffalo Services, Inc., $1,518.80; Jr.'s Auto Parts $52.17; Jessie W. Stewart, $250.00; Entergy, $18.27. District One Road Fund: Buffalo Services, Inc., $1,577.20; Stribling Equip- ment, Inc., $7,500.00; Enter- gy, $246.53; UMB, $1718.72; Richland Equip. Co., $1.69; Kaiser Incorp., $185.50; Jr.'s Auto Parts $130.19; Buffalo Services, Inc., $40.78. District Two Road Fund: Buffalo Sery)'ces, Inc., $1,777.05; Waters Interna- tional Truck, $2,593.97; Dozer, LI~, $476.00; Waters Inter- national Truck, $277.59; Jr.'s Auto Parts, $104.90; Sanders Repair Service, $205.93; Cat- erpillar Financial Services, $2,067.06; Puckett Machinery, $354.14; H&E Equipment Ser- vies, $87.68; Cages Janitorial Services, $350.00; A & K Rail- road Materials, $2295.00; C Spire Wireless, $104.55; Kubo- ta Leasing, $1,542.90. District Three Road: Buf- falo Services, Inc., $959.50; Fortenberry Body Shop, $612.29; Waters International Truck, $975.53; Buffalo Ser- vices, Inc., $623.70; Entergy, $19.58; Concordia Bank & Trust, $1,304.95; Buffalo Ser- vices, Inc., $240.09; Puckett Machinery, $540.94; Richland Equipment Co., $110.88; Jay Gavin, $425.00; Jr.'s Auto ers CoOp, $275.00; Kaiser Incorp., $188.60; Concordia Bank & Trust,, $2,759.90; Puckett Machinery, $94.82; C Spire Wireless, $111.83; Cus- toms Products Corp., $190.72; 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. MEDICAL BILLING SPECIALISTS NEEDED! Train at home for a career working with Medical Billing and Insurance Claims. NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED! Online training at Bryan University! HS Diploma/GED and Computer/Internet needed. 1-877-259- 3880. 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Solid Waste Department Fulid: Delta Computer Sys- tems, $130.00; U. S. Postal Service, $950.00; Marlin Reid, $283.45; Southern Telecom- munication, $34.10; Riverbend Environmental, $2,157.76; Waste Pro, $27225.00. Court Assessment Clear- ing Fund: Willie L. Thompson, $1,020.00; State Treasurer - Dept. FI, $6,407.50. MS Dept. Of Public Safety, $380.00; same, $100.00; SW MS Community Col- lege Fund: S/W MS Commu- nity College, $2,239.37. $175,289.94 Total All In- voices. [ ,.,,.n. 11 PRIME OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE. Approximately 1,400 sq. ft. available June 1. Located off 1-55 in Autumn Woods Office Park in north Jackson. 3-4 private offices and large storage, work or conference room, separate baths, kitchenette, small reception area. Partially furnished if interested. Excellent neighbors. Great space for small busi- ness or nonprofit association or charity. Call Monica to arrange a viewing. 601-981-3060, Or e-mail ___~ For Sale, Misc. 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CALL Now 1-800-319-2526. GOT KNEE PAIN? Back Pain? Shoulder Pain? Get a pain-relieving brace. Liffle or no cost to you. Medicare patients call Health Hotline Now! 1-800-507-6576 INVITATION We, the pastor, officers and members of Mt. Zion CME Church, invite you to join us as we celebrate our Annua/ Usher Ministry Program on Saturday, October 24, at 7 p.m. Our speRker for this program will be Pastor Emanuel Powell, Jr., along with the True Gos- pel Missionary Baptist Church Family. Our church theme is "Prayer and More Prayer." Thank you all in advance for your support and prayers. If you need the Mt. Zion Family, please feel free to call on us at any time.- Dr. John Honey- surlier, pastor INVITATION We, the pastor, officers and members of the Macedonia Baptist Church in Woody/lie, cerdially invite you, the general public, to attend our Annua/ ~r 24, at3 pan. Special guests will be The Shining Stars of Weedville. We look forward to your presence and participation. Yours in Christ. -- Rev. Robert Wells, pastor; Rev. Berkley Turner, assistant SisterMedis Cage, sec- retary INVITATION We, the pastor, officers and members of the St. Matthew Baptist Church #1, cordially invite you to attend our an- nual Homecoming Program the fourth Sunday in ber, same being October 27, at noon. We will greatly ap- predate your presence and participation. Thanking you in advance in Jesus' Name. -- Rev. William Wells, pastor; Sister Mary Bynum, secretary INVITATION We, the pastor, officers and members of the Morning Star Baptist Church, cordially in- vite you to come and worship with us on the first Sunday in November, same being Nc- vember 1, at 3 pan. for our anmml Christian Around tt~ Clock Program. We are ask- ing all churches and soloists to be present. Thanking you in advance.- The Morning Star BC Family; Rev. Rob- ert Strickland, pastor; Sister Debra Randles, sponsor McComb, MS HUNTING LAND NEEDED!l! Hard qualified buyers looking for hunting land. 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