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The Woodville Republican, Thursday, November 5, 2015 Page 5 INVITATION 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/ff FOR SALE: 2004 14x66 mobile home, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. In good shape. New carpet. $13,000. Call 601- 431-5450. 10/29 & 11/5 HIRING: Wilkinson County Senior Care located in Centreville, Ms. now has the following positions avail- able: Full-time and PRN LPNs, Full-time and PRN CNAs. Excellent pay, friend- ly environment. If interested, please notify Kathy Sterling, RN, DON or Chelsea East- erly, LPN, ADON at 601- 645-5253. ll]5/lw FOR SALE: Waterfront property on Foster Lake with a 1,400 sqJft, lake-house on 5.5 acres for $225,000, 4-BR, 2-bath, w/laundry room, screened room, and decks; also includes a 220 ft. pier. Lake-house is also being offered 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 producing propery for $450,000. For de- tails call 985-518-7680, 601- 888-3883 or email ejplbp@ yahoo.cam 10/22, 10/29, 11/5, 11/12/15 HIRING: An experienced knuckle boom operator. Competitive pay and regular work. Call Will @ 601-341- 9898. 10/15 10/22, 10/29, 11/5/15 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 Road 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- The Bleak House Baptist Church celebrates its Usher Ministry on the second Sun- day in November, which is No- vember 8, at 2 p.m. Reverend Roosevelt Palmer and the St. Mark Baptist Church Usher Ministry and members will be our special guests. Please come and help make our program a success. -- Sister Rosa Lee Jackson, president; Sister Eth- el Anderson, secretary; Rover- end Roginald Jackson, pastor 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 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- tained 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 POSTED: Notice is here- by given that the Gracie Mattire Partition property containing 99+ acres and lo- cated on the north side of the Donegal Road in Section 1, T1N/R3W, is strictly posted against hunting, fishing and all other forms of trespass- ing. Violators will be pros- ecuted to the fiallest extent of the law. -- Gracie Mattire Partition Owners 10/29/15-1/21/16 980 U. S. Hwy. 61 Woodville 601-888-6053 Licensed in MS & LA ,, ......... -- Trane Dealer -- We Accept Credit ELECTRICAL HEATING & COOLING REFRIGERATION PLUMBING Stand-By Cenerators Tankle WazerHeazers ) Al)fllianceBeflak Technicians: Charles Smith Brian McKlemurry & Mark Sanders ADD HIGH-SP$) i INTERN DISH! For3 months, INVITATION We, the pastor, officers and members of the Beech Grove Baptist Church, located on Highway 24 East, take this means to invite you, the gener- al public, various churches and families to come worship with us during our Special Sunday &rv/ce which will be held on the second Sunday in Novem- ber, same being November 8, at 11:30 a.m., with Evange- list Todd O'Neal of Cindnnati, Ohio, rendering the service. He is the great-grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Tom Vau m. INVITATION MLK STUDENTS ATTEND NATIONAL COLLEGE FAIR On Wednesday, October 21, MLK Career and Tech- nology Center students par- ticipated in The 43rd Na- tional College Fair which was held at the River Cen- ter in Baton Rouge, La. Of the 117 students enrolled at MLK, 94 students attended this event. This trip allowed students the opportunity to learn more about the differ- ent schools, careers and/or college opportunities avail- able to them. More than 50 colleges and universities were represented and shared relevant information with students about their institu- tions. Now in its 43rd year, The National College Fair is a program of the National As- sociation for College Admis- sion Counseling (NACAC) that annually assists more than 675,000 students and families explore their op- Lions for higher education, making it one of the most visible college recruitment tools in the United States. MLK faculty members who attended this event were Tracy Hamilton, Tracy January, Wevelyn James, Dr. Stephanie Sullivan, Bruce Bullock and James Bateaste. This event was planned and organized by Dr. Steph- anie Sullivan, vocational counselor. Veterans Day Celebration Planned By WCHS JROTC The Wilkinson County High School JROTC De- partment will recognize lo- cal veterans on Wednesday, November 11, at 10:00 a.m. in a program in the high school gymnasium. All vet- erans are encouraged to at- tend. Refreshments for all veterans and their guests will be served immediately after the program. RSVP is not required but is highly recommended. You can contact LTC Sutton or SFC Baity at 601-888-4726. Wilk. Co. Training School Class Of 1966 Classmates To Meet Nov. 14 GIRL SCOUTS ENJOY HALLOWEEN --- Girl Scout Troop 5211 from Woodville and several neighbor- ing troops enjoyed Halloween at the Rivergate Bowling Alley in Natchez. -- Photo Submitted William Winans Middle School 1st Nine Weeks Honor Roll 2015-2016 We, the following class- mates of the Class of 1966 at the Wilkinson County Train- ing School, are having a meet- ing on the second Saturday in November, which is Novem- ber 14, at 1 p~n. at Dursilla's Seafood Restaurant in Baton Rouge. We are looking forward to seeing you there. With all our love.- Betty Maiden, 601- 888-4522; Ceritha Veals Jen- kinS, 601-8884963 INVITATION Officials at Williams Wmans Middle School have announced the names of students who have receLwed academic honors for the first nine week grading period of the 2015-2016 school year. Superintendent's Scholars: Gregriun Flowers, Ranecia Minor, Taliyah Wil- liams. The New Life Commu- nity Chumh will host its an- nual Fall Festival renity Packnett, Rylon Rowe, Wednesday, November 4, Randaurrius Tickles, William through Friday, November 6. Toniver, Samoia Toy, Alexiara Services will begin each night at 7 o'd(rk God's message for the revival will be delivered by Pastor Earnest Ford, Jr., of Natchez. Come and be re- vived through prayers, songs and God's spoken word. Yours in Christ. -- Pastor James M. Hardy and congregation bie Dorsey, Kelvin Denglas, Jalen Earls, Marian Earls, D~Vonte Evans, LaDarius Gaines, Clydell Gibson, Mela- nie Groom, Keionna Hamilton, Jerezniah Hampton, Jakyria Hams, Miltranee Hulbert, Shatyre Hunter, Alvin Jackson, Faith Jackson, Markita Jack- son, Shermesha Jackson, Ri- Carria Jarrell, Ashanti Jarvis, INVITATION Prindipal's Scholars: Ian Tyler Jarvis, Amari Johnson, Bruster, Montrey Cage, Teja Ke'Asia Johnson, Darnell Jo- Chapman, Tramia Gibson, sepl% Kelsie Lee, Ta'niya Lee, Marquad rle Hardy, Kelton Shun Lewis, Alexandrea LOl- Jolla, Angel I_anus, Oriana lis, Trinity Lollis, Tristan LOl- Magee, Terrance Mealey, Lafla lis, Danae Marshall, Roginald Montgomery, Angel Moore, Se- Mattire, Tavionna McDon- Turner, Alicia Vaughn, Dekem- be White, Jennie Williams. Honor Roll: Darrin Adams, Makiah Adams, Jamecia Al- len, Angel Anderson, Tydarius Anderson, Jada Arbuthnot, Darroll Banks, Catalina Bell, Christopher Bell, Alazja Ne- ntley, Kenneth Brown, Alexis Catchings, Janterria Chap- man, Ryan Chisholm, Kinnidy Clark, Roynieceia Cesey, Chd- aid, Denay McKey, Ke'onna McNabb, Oktavion Myles, Ikea Parker, Lorenz Patterson, Towaski Patterson, Breyanna Pool, Monica Samuels, Jonta- vian Sanders, Nykira Seaberry, Mykiah Sibley, E iiyah Slan, Zarria Smith, Akhiya Stew- art, Dylan Stewart, Hayleigh Stewart, Demarco Taylor, Lina- sia Tickles, Dariyona Turner, Kevin White, Kira Whiting, Cheyenne Wilkinson, Amani Williams, Shelby Williams, JuTavion Wflson Mt. Zion CME Church, Centreville, invites all church- es and the general public to join them for Family and Fr/end Day on Sunday, Nov. 8, at 11 am. It is the perfect opporttmity to experience our worship service and meet new people, knowing there will be many guests like you. We're tailoring this special day to make you feel right at home, but as always, youll enjoy warm fellowship, great music, inspirational messages and a chumh that understands you. We are saving you a seat. Our guest speaker will be Dr. Cur- tis West, Lynch Street CME Church in Jackson. Thanking you in advance. -- ROv. J. W. Honeysucker, Sister Yolanda Minor, chairperson; Brother Nathaniel Bradley, co-chair- person; Sammy Bradley, co- chairperson INVITATION We, the pastor, officers and members of St. Luke #1 Bap- tist Chumh, cordially invite all churches and the general public to come and worship with us in our 4 Gospel Wr/t- ers Program to be held on the first Saturday in November, which is November 7, at 6 p.m. -- Rev. Charles Bell, pastor, Sister Sophia Walker, clerk INVITATION You're cordially invited to attend a Ber~fit Program in honor of Sherry Rowe at the Evening Star Baptist Chumh on Saturday, Nov. 14, at 5.(}0 pzn. Reverend Luther Bends will deliver the message, and we're asking for your support beth spiritually and finan- dally. Whenever you need the Evening Star B.C. Family, we will certainly do our best to re- spend. Yours in Christ. -- Rev. Luther Bonds, pastor, Evening Star B. C. Family Free Blood Glucose Checks At LRMC November is Diabetes Awareness Month. Lane Regional Medi- cal Center in Zacahry, La., will offer free blood glucose (blood sugar) checks on Wednesday, Nov. 18, in the hospital's front lobby from 7:30 a.m. until 9:30 a.m. Appointments are not required. Fasting is recom- mended, but not required. For more information, call 6584587 or 6584583. We, the Mount Pleasant Baptist Chumh family, take this time to invite your chumh family and the general pub- lic to worship with us as we celebrate our 135th Church Anniversary on the second Sunday in November, same being Novem~r 8, at 11 azn. We will be blessed to have our very own Roverend Londia C. Weatherspoen, Sr. deliver our Ann/versary Sermor~ Let it be known that whenever you need the Mount Pleasant Baptist Chumh family, we will gladly respond. Thanking you in advance and in the name of Jesus Christ. -- Mt. Pleas- ant BC family;, Rev. Londia C. Weatherspoon, pastor INVITATION Oak Grove Baptist Church is having Pastor Retomld L. Jackson's 18th Year Anniver- sary on Sunday, December 6, at 2 p.m. Reverend Roosevelt and the church family will be the special guests. Thank you. -- Rev. Reginald L. Jackson, pastor; Willie Mae Washing- ton, church secretary McComb, MS HUNTING LAND NEEDED!!! Have qualified buyers looking for hunting land. Several 40ac- 100ac clients, 500ac- 1000ac clients, and many in between. Call Alan 601-249-8436 or emoil: alan@ dougrushingrealty.com _'i~ Adoptions ADOPT: Private and expenses paid A loving and happy home is waiting for your baby, Please call Lisa, 1-866-505- 8216. 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