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The Woodville Republican, Thursday, December 3, 2015 Page 7 For Life Infl For Wildlife NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE'S SALE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY OF WILKINSON WHEREAS, default has occurred in the performance of the covenants, terms and conditions of a Deed of Trust dated December 22, 2011, executed by DAVID J. BOE, ELIZA- BETH A. BOE, conveying certain real property therein described to MI- CHAEL LYON, as Trustee, for MORT- GAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRA- TION SYSTEMS, INC., ("MERS") AS NOMINEE FOR QUICKEN LOANS Issued under my hand and seal of said Court, this the 2 day of ber, 2015. Thomas C. Tolliver, Jr. By Aquino Sanders DC Wilkinson County Chancery Clerk (SEAL) 11/12, 11/19, 11/26, 12/3/15 SUMMONS IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WILKINSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPi JEWELL J. DARDEN AND ANGELA M. DARDEN PLAINTIFF INC., Original Beneficiary, to secure VS. the indebtedness therein described, CAUSE NO. 2015-228 as same appears of record in the of- THE UNKNOWN HEIRS AT LAW rice of the Chancery Clerk of Wilkin- OF JAMES M. LESSLEY; THE UN- son County, Mississippi filed and KNOWN HEIRS AT LAW OF JULIA recorded January 9, 2012, in Deed M. WOOD; THE UNKNOWN HEIRS Book 233, Page 421; and WHERE- AT LAW OF CHARLES A. WOOD; AS, the beneficial interest of said THE UNKNOWN HEIRS AT LAW Deed of Trust was transferred and OF CHARLES A. WOOD, JR.; THE assigned to Quicken Loans Inc.; and UNKNOWN HEIRS AT LAW OF WHEREAS, the undersigned, Ru- SUSIE L. DALE; THE UNKNOWN bin Lublin, LLC has been appointed HEIRS AT LAW OF JOHN DALE, as Substitute Trustee; and JR.; THE UNKNOWNHEIRS AT NOW, THEREFORE, the holder of LAW OF LESSLEY DALE; THE UN- said Deed of Trust, having requested KNOWN HEIRS AT LAW OF SUSIE the undersigned so to do, as Sub- DALE ROGERS; THE UNKNOWN stitute Trustee or his duly appointed HEIRS AT LAW OF EVA B. MASON; agent, by virtue of the power, duty THE UNKNOWN HEIRS AT LAW and authority vested and imposed OF MARY BELL MASON NICH- upon said Substitute Trustee shall, OLS; THE UNKNOWN HEIRS AT on December 10, 2015 within the LAW OF MARY J. DALE;THE UN- lawful hours of sale between 11:00 KNOWN HEIRS AT LAW OF RICH- AM and 4:00 PM at the west door ARDDALE, JR.; THE UNKNOWN of the Courthouse proceed to sell HEIRS AT LAW OF JOSEPHINE by Ray Iglay, Certified Wildlife Biologist MSU Department of Wildlife Fisheries and Aquaculture As creatures of habit, our lives follow patterns. We go to sleep at night, wake in the morning, get ready for work and run out the door. Throughout the year, school and work By: Aeuino Sanders. DC (SEAL) 11/12. 11/19.11/26. 12/3/15 at public outcry to the highest and best bidder for cash or certified funds ONLY, the following described prop- erty situated in Wilkinson County, Mississippi, to wit: TAX ID NUMBERS(S): 11E1011- 0600800 LAND SITUATED IN THE TOWN OF CENTREVILLE IN THE COUNTY OF WILKINSON IN THE STATE OF MS INDEX AS FOL- LOWS: BEGINNING AT THE POINT WHERE THE EAST MARGIN OF LAUREL .STREET INTERSECTS THE SOUTH MARGIN OF JO- SEPH STREET; THENCE S 60 TO: THE UNKNOWN HEIRS AT DEGREES 52 MINUTES E ALONG LAW OF JAMES M. LESSLEY;THE THE SOUTH MARGIN OF JO- UNKNOWN HEIRS AT LAW OF SEPH STREET 1331.04 FEET TO JULIA M. WOOD; THE UNKNOWN A STAKE ON THE NE CORNER OF HEIRS AT LAW OF CHARLES A. LOT 1 OF J.D. MCDANIEL SUBDI- WOOD;THE UNKNOWN HEIRS AT VISION AS SHOWN ON PLAT OF LAW OF CHARLES A. WOOD, JR.; SAID SUBDIVISION OF RECORD THE UNKNOWN HEIRS AT LAW OF IN BOOK 5-E, PAGE 383, CON- SUSIE L. DALE; THE UNKNOWN VEYANCE RECORD, WILKINSON HEIRS AT LAW OF JOHN DALE, COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI; THENCE, JR.; THE UNKNOWN HEIRS AT S 30 DEGREES 20 MINUTES W LAW OF LESSLEY DALE;THE UN- 340 FEET TO THE NE CORNER OF KNOWN HEIRS AT LAW OF SUSIE LOT 9 OF J.D. MCDANIEL SUBDIVI- DALE ROGERS; THE UNKNOWN SION; THENCE N 60 DEGREES 52 HEIRS AT LAW OF EVA B. MASON; MINUTES W 200 FEET TO THE NE THE UNKNOWN HEIRS AT LAW CORNER OF LOT 11 OF J.D. MC- OF MARY BELL MASON NICH- DANIEL SUBDIVISION, THE TRUE OLS; THE UNKNOWN HEIRS AT POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE LAW OF MARY J. DALE;THE UN- S 30 DEGREES 20 MINUTES W KNOWN HEIRS AT LAW OF RICH- 150 FEET TO A STAKE; THENCE ARD DALE, JR.; THE UNKNOWN N 60 DEGREES 52 MINUTES W HEIRS AT LAW OF JOSEPHINE 100 FEET TO A STAKE; THENCE DALE MERKLEIN;THE UNKNOWN N 30 DEGREES 20 MINUTES E HEIRS AT LAW OF ELIZA NETTER- 150 FEET TO A STAKE; THENCE S VILLE; THE UNKNOWN HEIRS AT 60 DEGREES 52 MINUTES E 100 LAW OF JAMES M. LESSLEY, JR.; FEET TO THE TRUE POINT OF THE UNKNOWN HEIRS AT LAW BEGINNING AND BEING LOT 11 OF IOLA GERTRUDE LESSLEY OF THE J.D. MCDANNIEL SUBDIVI- SMITH AND ANY AND ALL OTHER SION AS SHOWN BY SURVEY AND PERSONS, FIRMS OR CORPORA- PLAT MADE BY JAMES CLARK, TIONS HAVING A CLAIM OR ANY WHICH PLAT RECORDED IN BOOK EQUITABLE INTEREST IN THE 5-E, PAGE 383, CONVEYANCE RE- SURFACE OF LANDS HEREINAF- CORDS, WILKINSON COUNTY, TER DESCRIBED MISSISSIPPI, AND BEING A PART NOTICETO DEFENDANTS OF SECTION 2, TOWNSHIP 1 You have been made Defendants NORTH, RANGE 1 EAST, WILKtN- in the suit filed in this Court by Jew- SON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI, AND ell J. Darden and Angela M. Darden, BEING SITUATED IN THE TOWN seeking to Quiet and Confirm Title to OF CENTREVILLE, WILKINSON _ lands located !n Wi!k!nson County, COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI. COM- Mississippi, described as follows: MONLY KNOWN AS: 756 SMYLIE From the Southeast corner of STREET, CENTREVILLE, MS 39631 Section 15, Township 3 North, Range PROPERTY ADDRESS: The street 4 West, Wilkinson County, Missis- address of the property is believed sippi go North 89 50' West along to be 756 SMYLIE ST, CENTREV- the South boundary of Section 15 for ILLE, MS 39631. In the event of any 2,411.39 feet to the POINT OFBE- discrepancy between this street ad- GINNING, being the Southeast cor- dress and the legal description of the her of within described tract. property, the legal description shall Thence from said POINT OF BE- control. Title to the above described GINNING, continue North 89 50' property is believed to be good, but West along the South boundary of I will convey only such title as is said Section 15 for 239.34 feet to the vested in me as Substitute Trustee. Southwest corner of said J. M. Less- THIS LAW FIRM IS ATTEMPTING ley Estate; thence North along the TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFER- West boundary of said J. M. Lessley MATION OBTAINED WILL.BE USED Estate for 1,303.6 feet to the center FOR THAT PURPOSE. of the Homochitte River; thence go Rubin Lublin, LLC, Substitute Trustee along the center of said Homochitto 428 North Lamar Blvd, Suite 107 River North 27 57' East for 312.68 Oxford, MS 38655 feet; thence East leaving said Ho- www.rubinlublin.corNproperty-listings.php mochitto River for 84.87 feet; thence Te1:(877) 813-0992 South O0 17' East for 1,580.52 Fax: (404) 601-5846 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Ad #89151 Within described tract contains 8.072 1!/12/2015, 11/19/2015, acres, being a portion of the J. M. 11/26/2015 12/03/2015 Lessley Estate, situated in Section 15, Township 3 North, Range 4 West, IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF Wilkinson County, Mississippi, being WILKINSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI Lot 1 of the Division of J. M. Lessley ESTATE OF REGGY CLEMON Estate, as depicted on plat of survey CUPIT, DECEASED of Jordan, Kaiser & Sessions, Civil CAUSE NO.:2015-213 Engineers, dated December, 1994 ~UMMONS and of record in Plat Book 5, Page STATE OF MISSISSIPPI 30, among the records of the Chan- TO:The Heirs at Law of cery Clerk of Wilkinson County, Mis- Reggy Ciemon Cupit sissippi. You have been made a Defen- You are required to mail or hand dant in the suit filed in this Court deliver a copy of a written response by Reggie Ricky Cupit, seeking the to the Complaint to David N. Wilk- adjudication of the heirship of Reggy erson, the attorney for the Plaintiffs, ClemonCupit, Deceased. whose address is 128 Royal Oak You are summoned to appear and Street, P. O. Box 1017, Woodville, defend against the PetitionTo Adjudi- Mississippi 39669. Your response cate Heirs At Law Of Reggy Clemon must be mailed or delivered within Cupit, filed against you in this action thirty (30) days from the date of de- at 9:30 o'clock a. m. on the 6th day livery of this summons and complaint of January, 2016, in the courtroom of or a judgment by default will be en- the Wilkinson County Courthouse, tered against you for the money or and in case of your failure to appear other things demanded in the corn- and defend, a Judgment will be en- plaint. tered against you for the money and You must also file the original of other things demanded in the Petition your response with the Clerk of this To Adjudicate Heirs At Law Of Reggy Court within a reasonable time affer- Clemon Cupit. ward. You are not required to file an an- Issued under my hand and the swer or other pleading, but you may seal of said Court, this 4_ day of No- do so if you desire, vember, 2015. i ELLYOUR HARDWOOD CALL B.y bulk By thousand SINCE ]952 SKINNER AC & ELECTRIC, LLC Eric & Laney Skinner. 345 College Street. Woodville Phone 601-888-4834 Service Your System Now Cooler Weather Is Its Wayg! Let us check your heaters for safety & efficiency] Central Air t. Heafi~g g,its . Applia,ee Eepair/AII ika,ds Wbtdow Air Co,difio ters Rumbi.g t.I;leetrieal Work VlSA/Mastercard Accepted IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WILKINSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI ESTATE OF GLENDA VINES MCKEY, DECEASED CAUSE NO. 2015-217 SUMMONS STATE OF MISSISSIPPI TO: The Heirs at Law of Glenda Vines McKey You have been made a Defendant in the suit filed in this Court by Me- lissa Aitken seeking adjudication of the heirship of Glenda Vines McKey, Deceased. You are summoned to appear and defend against the Petition To Adju- DALE MERKLEIN;THE UNKNOWN dicate Heirs At Law Of Glenda Vines HEIRS AT LAW OF ELIZA NE'n'ER- McKey, filed against you in this action VILLE; THE UNKNOWN HEIRS AT at 9:30 o'clock a.m. on the 6th day LAW OF JAMES M. LESSLEY, JR.; of January, 2016 at the Courtroom of THE UNKNOWN HEIRS AT LAW the Wilkinson County Courthouse in OF IOLA GERTRUDE LESSLEY Woodville, Mississippi, andin caseof SMITH AND ANY AND ALL OTHER your failure to appear and defend, a PERSONS, FIRMS OR CORPORA-Judgment will be entered against you TIONS HAVING A CLAIM OR ANY for the money and other things de- EQUITABLE INTEREST IN THE manded in the Petition To Adjudicate SURFACE OF LANDS HEREINAF-Heirs At Law Of GlendaVines McKey. You are not required to file an an- TER DESCRIBED DEFENDANTS swer or other pleading, but you may do so if you desire. SUMMONS THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI Issued under my hand and seal of said Court, this the _6 day of Novem- ber, 2015 /s/Thomas C. Tolliver, Jr. By: Aquino Sanders, DC Thomas C. Tolliver, Jr. Wilkinson County Chancery Clerk (SEAL) 11/12, 11/19, 11/26/12/3/15 IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WILKINSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI ESTATE OF GLENDA VINES MCKEY, DECEASED CAUSE NO. 2015-217 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Letters Testamentary upon the Estate of Glenda Vines McKey, De- ceased, having been granted and issued to the undersigned by the Chancery Clerk of Wilkinson County, Mississippi on the 2_Z day of Octo- ber. 2015, atl persons having claims against said Estate are hereby no- tified to have the same probated, registered and allowed by the Clerk of said Court within ninety (90) clays from the date of first publication here- of or the same will be forever barred. This the 27 day of October 2015. /s/Melissa McKey Aitken Melissa McKey Aitken, Administratrix of the Estate of Glenda Vines McKey, Deceased 11/12, 11/19, 11/26, 12/3/15 schedules, and even holi- day seasons, structure our annual cycles of ac- tivities. Across decades, we may even mark life achievements, such as starting to crawl as an infant or achieving retire- ment. Wild animals are crea- tures of habit, too. Al- though they don't have family calendars or holi- day seasons, their daily and annual activities follow patterns. Under- standing these habits can help us better manage Mississippi's valuable wildlife resources. To talk about wildlife, let's think like wildlife. Humans are complicat- ed; wildlife, not so much. They are more misunder- stood than complicated. We can remove emotion and simplify our day to eating, drinking and stay- ing alive, and then sim- plify our year to surviv- ing and reproducing, if biologically mature. We also need to under- stand that successfully reproducing tends to be an animal's lifetime goal. Something called "life- time fitness" can be mea- sured by the number of an animal's offspring that reach maturity. For hu- mans, that might be the number of children who moved out of the house. For animals, it's offspring that reproduced or were recruited into the popula- tion. In the animal world, to achieve sexual matu- rity, you first need to sur- vive day-to-day. An animal's daily ac- tivities, or circadian rhythms, entail simple things, such as finding food and shelter, possibly looking for a mate or de- fending territory. Animals tend to use similar areas across weeks and months, creating a home range or area of frequent use in which they can find their habitat essentials of food, shelter and water. As we look across a year, daily EXECUTORSNOTICETOCRE[RTOI~ activities can be grouped OF ISAAC A. CARTER, JR., DECEASED Letters Testamentary having been granted on the 13th. day of November A. D., 20t5, by the Chancery Court of Wilkinson County, Mississippi, to the undersigned as Executor of the Estate of Isaac A. Carter, Jr., de- Duck migration is a ceased, in Cause Number 2015-229, great example of a circ- notice is hereby given to all persons annual rhythm. Mallards having claims against said estate to present the same to the Clerk of said and other waterfowl con- Court for probate, registration and al- duct a round-trip from the Iowance according to lawwithin nine- Mississippi Delta to the ty (90) days from the date of the first publication of this notice, or the same Prairie Pothole region of will be forever barred, the northern Great Plains This 13th. day of November, A.D., each year. Ducks enjoy a 2015. /s/William T. Carter summer vacation of breed- WILLIAM T. CARTER ing and raising young, Executor, Estate of Isaac A. Carter, Jr. followed by layering fat 11/19, 11/26, 12/3/15 reserves, changing their INTHE CHANCERY COURT OF feathers (molting) and re- WILKINSON COUNTY, MISSISSlPPI turning to the Delta the INTHE MATrER OFTHE ESTATEOF following fall. This circan- BILLY JEAN ROBINSON, DECEASED CAUSE NUMBER: 2015-193 nual rhythm is an adapta- NOTICETOCREDITORS tion for breeding success Letters Testamentary having been grant- and survival. The north- ed to the 12th day of October, 2015, by the Chancery Court of Wilkinson County, Mis- ern Great Plains tends to sissippi, to the undersigned Administratrix have fewer predators than upon the Estate on Billy Jean Robinson, De- the Delta, which is great ceased, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against said Estate to present for ducklings, but winter thesametotheClerkofthisCourtforprobate food is more abundant in and registration according to the law within the Delta. ninety (90) days from the first publication of Life cycles are all about this notice or they will be forever barred. THIS, the 28th day of Octobj__r, 2015. stages. A bird hatches /s/KeywannaYarbrouflh from an egg as a chick and Prepared By: . KeywannaYarbrough grows to be a fledgling, at Robert A.Lenoir which point it leaves its Attorney At Law nest and then matures Post Office Box1273 to adulthood. A deer is Amite, Louisiana 70422 Telephone:g85-247-2774 born as a fawn, grows into Facsimile:985-247-2400 a yearling and then be- Mississippi Bar Number: 102419 comes an adult. 11/26, 12/3, 12/10 Insects complicate INTHECHANCERYCOURTOF llfe cycles by introduc- WILKINSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI ing two primary types of LEO HANEY PLAINTIFF metamorphosis -- abrupt v8 changes in their body CAUSE NO. 2015-224 structure and function. SAVANNAH SANCHEZ, JUNE SANCHEZ, ROOSEVELT BELL, MICHAEL ALLEN Butterflies, the poster BELL, SHERRIE ANN BELL JARVIS children of complete meta- DEFENDANTS morphosis, hatch from SUMMONS eggs as caterpillars, eat THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI TO: Savannah Sanchez and grow fast, create co- June Sanchez coons to pupate and then Roosevelt Bellemerge as adults. Stink Michael Allen Bell You have been made a Defendant in the bugs, dragonflies and suit filed in this Court by Leo Haney, Plaintiff some other insects, follow seeking to partition land by sale. incomplete metamorpho- You are summoned to appear and defend against the complaint or petition filed against sis. Instead of creating you in this action at 9:30 O'Clock A.M. on a cocoon or pupae, they the 20th day of January, 2016, in the court- progressively mature into room of the Wilkinson County Courthouse at Woodville, Mississippi, and in case of your adulthood through stages failure to appear and defend a judgment will called instars. beenteredagainstyouforthe money or other What does all this mean things demanded in the complaint or petition, for wildlife management? You are not required to file an answer or other pleading but you may do so if you Wildlife biologists are desire, trained to piece together Issued under my hand and the seal of life cycles, circadian and said Court, this 17th day of November, 2015. (Seal) circannual rhythms, and ThomasC.Tolliver, Jr. species' natural and life by Mattie L Powell, DC histories to better under- Clerk of Wilkinson County, Mississippi 11/26, 12/3, 12/10, 12/17 stand population dynam- 4 YOUTH DOWNS ANOTHER DEER -- Hunter Jen- sen shot this nice buck on Friday, November 27, while hunting with his father, Blake Jensen. The father and son got in place in their stand at 3:05 p.m., and Hunter shot it at 3:09 p.m., at a distance of 185 yards. The deer was dropped in his tracks. This buck is Hunter's 15th deer to harvest by his current age of 8 years old. -- Submitted Photo Winter Grazing After Drought by Lionel Brown, Jr., MSU Extension ANR Agent Football to SEC fans is what ryegrass is to cattle producers in the South. Most feel that there is nothing better to get high performance from your livestock. Winter grazing pastures are usually plant- ed in south Mississippi by September 15 to October 1 in the northern part of the state. This fall the planting of ryegrass has been affected by the drought conditions which lasted for about 90 days. These conditions are causing issues with estab- lishment due to poor germi- nation of the seeds. Annual by months or seasons, and ryegrass decreases the de- annual patterns emerge ....... p endence on haE and silage BiologistS" call these an- and: dec~eas~"su----lemen . - ~. plJ - nual patterns circannual- t-atio~:~qaer~s~s l~cause: it rhythms'~' provides sufficient produc- tion during winter months. When grazing light- weight calves on annual ryegrass it can provide gains of over two pounds per day. In South Missis- sippi the grazing period usually can extend from November until May. The drought that Missis- sippi was faced with this fall will have a major effect on forage production. The drought could possibly af- fect the production and the availability and price of hay and animal feeds such as soybean hulls, cotton seed, distiller grains, etc. We must remember that our expect- ed weight gains while graz- ing annual ryegrass can vary throughout the season. Some variables which will impact the gains will be based on forage availability, dry matter intake, nutrition value, and pasture composi- tion. Pasture composition is based on grass versus a grass and legume mixture. One of the major impacts on forage establishment of ryegrass and clovers is the lack of moisture. With this fall's lack of rain, the use of a combination of small grains, annual ryegrass and clovers could possibly help increase the forage poten- tial. We all want to speed up the growth of our ryegrass by applying fertilizer along with seed. It is recommend- ed to wait until seed has germinated and they are about two to three inches before applying nitrogen to help increase efficiency. Hopefully everyone has a successful winter grazing season, and will have ad- equate hay to supplement their livestock. For more information and supplies needed please contact the Mississippi State University Extension Wilkinson County office at (601)888-3211 or come by the office at 982 Second South St. Woodville, MS. ics and wildlife commu- life demands dedication to nities. Patterns of how sound management and animals of different life careful consideration of stages may interact, pro- management approaches duce young, disperse andwithin the context of the influence future popula-wildlife communities' re- tion size begin to emerge quirements for survival. within and across years,Haphazard management seasons or months. When without consideration of wildlife management is biological, ecological, soci- done right, all of this in- ological and ethical prin- formation is considered ciples can only produce before we recommend detrimental outcomes for management approaches, the wildlife we love and The complexity of wild- enjoy in Mississippi. Only $10 per issue CALL 601-888-4293 BY NOON ON FRIDAY Agency, Serving Woodville and Wilkinson County Since 1920 i ii!i iiii i Auto * Home * Mobile Homes * Motorcycles * ATVs Motor Homes * Travel Trailers Churches * Commercial Property & Liability Annuities * Life * Health Andy J. Lewis -- Agent 425 Depot Street o P.O. 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