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Two arrested on capital murder charges


Weekend victim shot in the head after
suspects allegedly tried to steal drugs
By ISABELLE ALTMAN shooting death of 34-year-old
ialtman@cdispatch.com Markcus Maurice Pate, author-
ities announced Tuesday at a
Investigators with Columbus press conference at the Colum-
Police Department have arrest- bus Municipal Complex.
ed two people in connection to Slayton Hill
Pate’s body was found in
a weekend homicide in south his apartment in the 300 block ton said investigators are still
Columbus. of 11th Street South Saturday determining how much time
Victoria Hunter Slayton, morning. At the press confer- elapsed between the shooting
Isabelle Altman/Dispatch Staff
23, of Caledonia, and Malcolm ence, District Attorney Scott and when police were called on District Attorney Scott Colom speaks at a press conference an-
Marquiles Tawon Hill, 25, of Colom indicated Pate was shot Saturday morning. nouncing two capital murder arrests at Columbus Municipal Com-
Shannon, have been charged in the back of the head. How- Police arrested the suspects plex Tuesday. Victoria Slayton, 23, and Malcolm Hill, 25, were arrest-
with capital murder in the ever, Police Chief Fred Shel- See Murder, 3A ed for the weekend murder of Markcus Pate on 11th Street South.

Killing it with kindness City approves


Pleasant
Acres bid
$980K project set
to begin in 2 to 3 weeks
By Alex Holloway
aholloway@cdispatch.com

The city of
Starkville is gearing
up to begin work on a
major infrastructure
project in the Pleas-
ant Acres neighbor-
hood after aldermen
accepted a bid on the
Kemp
project during Tues-
day’s board meeting.
The board accepted a bid
for about $980,188 from Louis-
ville-based 4-D Construction. The
item was approved as part of Tues-
day’s consent agenda, which means
it was accepted at the beginning of
Slim Smith/Dispatch Staff
Ann Marie Chilcutt Miller, left, chats with Jennifer Spaulding, the guest speaker at Tuesday’s Columbus Rotary Club luncheon. the meeting without an individual
Spaulding, daughter of Rotary member Frank Howell, is a leadership and executive consultant based in Austin, Texas. She spoke vote with a range of other items.
on the subject of kindness as a leadership skill using information she had complied for an article she wrote for Forbes magazine. The Pleasant Acres project is
the first of several Starkville is

How a consultant found success in business planning to repair aging water and
sewage infrastructure in neighbor-
hoods throughout the city. The first

by being kind, establishing boundaries three neighborhoods the city has


selected, in order of greatest need
based on the volume of repair calls,
By Slim Smith costs — a lexicon littered with war and And it starts with kindness. are Pleasant Acres, Green Oaks
ssmith@cdispatch.com sports terminology. In March, Spaulding — daughter and Rolling Hills.
Nice guys finish last, right? of local Rotarian Frank Howell and an Starkville Utilities Director
When Jennifer Spaulding began her Tuesday at the Columbus Rotary independent leadership and executive Terry Kemp, speaking to media
consulting career more than 25 years Club, Spaulding refuted that notion, coach based in Austin, Texas — shared after the board meeting, said the
ago, she had a pretty good idea of what using data collected from a handful of what she had learned about kindness in bid was higher than an initial es-
she needed to get ahead in the world of studies, her own personal experiences an article in Forbes magazine under the timated cost for the work. Earlier
business. and examples of some of the most suc- title “Science Proves Kindness is Your in the summer, Kemp said the de-
After all, the language of business cessful business owners in the world to Competitive Advantage.” partment’s preliminary estimates
was peppered with advice: Crush the advance a theory that says there’s a bet- If she was convinced of her argument for the work were that it would cost
opponent, beat the other guy, win at all ter way to get ahead. See Spaulding, 7A See Pleasant Acres, 3A

Mississippi University
for Women senior Alexis
Annual MUW career fair draws 21 employers
Smith introduces herself
to iHeart Media Market
Students use event sity for Women.
With copies of her resume in-
President Mark Ma-
harrey during a career
to explore post- hand, the senior communication ma-
jor visited all 21 employer booths at
fair in the Hogarth Stu-
dent Union on Tuesday.
graduation options the university’s annual career fair,
hoping to cast a wide net for job op-
Smith, who is majoring BY MARY POLLITZ portunities after her scheduled May
in communication, said mpollitz@cdispatch.com
she wants to keep an graduation.
open mind when weigh- “I’m really interested in public
ing her options for a job Alexis Smith walked with a pur- relations or marketing,” Smith said.
after graduation. pose Tuesday through Hogarth Stu- “Also I’m interested in going into
Mary Pollitz/Dispatch Staff dent Union at the Mississippi Univer- See Job Fair, 7A

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Wednesday
Did you hear?
Elizabeth Warren’s DNA claim
inflames some Native Americans
‘It adds fuel to that misconception

Scene&Seen
that I can go out, get a DNA test and OKTOC COUNTRY STORE
The Oktoc Community Club and Oktoc Garden Club hosted the
then, boom, that’s all I really need’ 48th annual Oktoc Country Store Saturday at the community club
south of Starkville. A bake sale, auction, Brunswick stew, chil-
Cherokee Nation citizen Brandon Scott dren’s games and live music highlighted the day in the country.

By SEAN MURPHY “But the facts of the matter


The Associated Press are you need a lot more
than that.”
OKLAHOMA CITY — The nation’s 573 feder-
The DNA test that Sen. Eliz- ally recognized tribes do
abeth Warren used to try to not have a single standard
rebut the ridicule of Presi- for determining member-
dent Donald Trump an-
ship. Tribes such as the
gered some Native Ameri-
Cherokee Nation use lineal
cans, who complained that
descent, meaning a person
the genetic analysis cheap-
is Cherokee if an ancestor
ens the identities of tribal
is listed on an original trib-
members with deeper ties
al roll regardless of their
to the Indian past.
Warren was born in amount of Indian blood.
Oklahoma, which is home Descendants of black
to 39 tribes and where slaves the Cherokee once
more than 7 percent of the owned are also members
population identifies as Na- of the tribe.
tive American, one of the DNA tests are not typ-
highest proportions in the ically used as evidence to
nation. determine tribal member-
But she’s not a mem- ship.
ber of any tribe, and many The genetic results re-
Indians take exception to leased Monday provide
anyone who claims to be some evidence of a Native
part Indian without being American in Warren’s lin-
enrolled in a tribe, especial- eage, though the ancestor
ly for political purposes. probably lived six to 10 Daniel, Duane, Elianna and Alice Walters
“It adds fuel to that mis- generations ago.
conception that I can go Native Americans also
out, get a DNA test and resented Trump’s continu-
then, boom, that’s all I re- ing use of Indian heritage
ally need,” said Brandon as a means to mock War-
Scott, a Cherokee Nation ren, a Democratic senator
citizen and the executive from Massachusetts who is
editor of tribe’s newspaper, widely expected to run for
the Cherokee Phoenix. president in 2020.

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Murder charge for grandmother after toddler found in oven


‘I’ve been doing law enforcement for 25 or judge, who set bail at $500,000.
Jones remained jailed and it
fore she was placed in the oven.
The child’s body has been sent
trict Attorney Brenda Mitchell.
Mitchell didn’t immediate-
26 years now. This is one of the most horrible wasn’t immediately clear if she to the state Crime Lab in Pearl ly return a phone call and an
had a lawyer who could speak for an autopsy, though Wil- email seeking comment Tues-
things I’ve seen in doing law enforcement. for her. liams said autopsy results were day.
Sheriff’s officials said Floyd not yet complete on Tuesday. The child was found inside
The hardest part ... is to see a child victim.’ lived with Jones while Floyd’s Jones was arrested when a beige frame house in the
Bolivar County Sheriff Kelvin Williams Sr. mother lived elsewhere. police arrived at the home and north end of Shaw. Police tape
Williams said Jones’ brother held overnight for questioning still surrounded part of the
By JEFF AMY the town of Shaw. found the body Monday night while charges were readied, house Tuesday morning, while
The Associated Press “I’ve been doing law enforce- and called police in Shaw, a the sheriff said. a stroller, a high chair, and a
ment for 25 or 26 years now,” town of about 2,000 people ap- “That was the only person trash barrel of toys including
JACKSON — The death of a
Williams told The Associated proximately 100 miles north- who was there with the child at a scooter sat near the curb in
20-month-old girl found stabbed
Press. “This is one of the most west of Jackson. Police in turn the time,” Williams said. front of the house. Williams
and burned inside an oven of a
Mississippi Delta home led to a horrible things I’ve seen in called the sheriff’s office and Authorities said they had no said those toys had belonged
murder charge Tuesday against doing law enforcement. The others for assistance. immediately information about to the child.
the child’s grandmother, au- hardest part ... is to see a child Spokesman Warren Strain the circumstances leading up Neighbors said they rarely
thorities said. victim.” at the Mississippi Department to the child’s death. saw anyone coming in and out
Bolivar County Sheriff Kel- He said authorities had no of Public Safety said investi- “That’s hard to say,” Wil- of the home.
vin Williams Sr. said 48-year- immediate answers in the death gators are still probing for the liams said. “We don’t know.” “It’s a baby. It’s an inno-
old Carolyn Jones was charged of the woman’s granddaughter. cause of the girl’s death, as The sheriff said the murder cent child. She didn’t ask to be
with first-degree murder in the Jones made an initial appear- well as when exactly the girl charge was filed after consulta- here,” neighbor Tomorrow Wil-
death of Royalty Marie Floyd in ance Tuesday evening before a died and whether that was be- tions with Bolivar County Dis- liams told WMC-TV.

Pleasant Acres
Continued from Page 1A
about $600,000. Even about $800,000 or there- He said work should begin hood. Officials have stat- 4 Alderman Jason Walker munication
later estimates, he said, abouts. This was higher once that’s complete. The ed, both in city meetings said it will be important to through-
were higher but not as than that, but we’ve spent contract will include a 180- and in an August neigh- keep communication up out the con-
high as the bid. However, the last two weeks since day work period. borhood meeting with through the project. st r uct ion
he said SUD has reviewed we got the bids going line- “A lot depends on the Pleasant Acres residents, “The next step will be
p r o c e s s ,”
the bid and is comfortable by-line to identify what the weather, but I know the that the work will be some- to set up a meeting to let
with the cost. costs we feel should be. contractor is eager to get what disruptive, as it will everybody know when said Walk-
“Very early in the pro- We feel very comfortable started, and we are too,” also involve moving lines construction is anticipat- er, whose
cess, we came up with with this number.” Kemp said. “I think we’re that are in backyards clos- ed to start and to make ward con- Walker
some rough estimates With the bid accept- going to move as fast as we er to the street to improve sure we have open com- tains Pleasant Acres.
based under a little bit ed, Kemp said SUD will can.” access for the future.
limited information and work on hammering out The city will completely City officials have
field work,” Kemp said. contractual details with replace the water and sew- vowed open communica-
“We were thinking with 4-D Construction over the er infrastructure in the tion with residents as the
contingencies it’d be next two or three weeks. Pleasant Acres neighbor- process begins, and Ward

Around the state


Father charged as The Sun Herald re- child.” It was not immedi- and was flown to Oschner
ports that 28-year-old ately clear whether Elli- Hospital for Children in
2-month-old has Byron Allen Ellison was son is represented by an New Orleans.
cracked skull charged Monday and was attorney.
GULFPORT — A sher- being held at the Harrison Peterson says medical
iff says a Mississippi man County jail on a $100,000 workers at Garden Park
has been charged with bond. Medical Center in Gulf-
felony child abuse after Sheriff Troy Peterson port found the infant had
his 2-month-old baby was said in a news release a skull fracture and bleed-
found to have a cracked Tuesday that Ellison ing in the brain. The baby
skull. “confessed to abusing the was in critical condition

Murder
Continued from Page 1A
Monday. day, we came to a good have any eye witnesses
Investigators said Slay- conclusion,” he said. that can testify about what
ton and Hill knew Pate He added investigators happened on the scene at
and had conspired to steal received “numerous tips” first,” he said. “You have
drugs from him when the from the public via Golden to really investigate to de-
murder occurred, which Triangle Crime Stoppers. velop what occurred. I can
makes the crime a cap- Colom also congrat- tell you after reviewing
ital murder. Colom said ulated the investigative the evidence and talking
capital murders are the team, along with the Co- to the investigators that
crimes most likely to go lumbus Crime Lab and they did a thorough in-
to trial and the penalty
the Columbus Lowndes vestigation. I’m confident
for defendants convicted
Narcotics Division. that the evidence will ul-
of a capital crime is either
life in prison or the death “I can tell the public timately result in convic-
penalty. that typically when you tions for Miss Slayton and
Shelton said Slayton have someone shot in the Mr. Hill.”
and Hill are friends. He back of the head with no Slayton and Hill are in
and Colom declined to witnesses, that’s a very Lowndes County Adult
comment on either sus- difficult case to get an ar- Detention Center. Their
pect’s criminal history. rest on because you don’t bonds have not been set.
At the time of her ar-
rest, Slayton was on pa-
role from Mississippi De-
partment of Corrections
for charges of uttering
forgery and sale of con-
trolled substance in Lown-
des County, according to
MDOC’s website. Hill was
on parole for burglary and
larceny of an unoccupied
dwelling in Lee County.
Columbus Police Chief
Fred Shelton credited
CPD’s Criminal Investiga-
tion Division with making
quick arrests in the case.
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Mark Anthony Cantrell, Lampkin St., Starkville,
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patch. Free notices must be 50, died Oct. 15, 2018, Marlon Harris Montgomery of Grand Arrangements are
submitted to the newspaper at Winston Medical AMORY — Marlon Prairie, Texas; and a incomplete and will be
no later than 3 p.m. the day Center in Louisville. Julia Duck Lee Harris, 70, died host of grandchildren. announced by Lowndes
prior for publication Tuesday Visitation will be BROOKSVILLE — Oct. 15, 2018, at North Pallbearers will be Funeral Home.
through Friday; no later than 4 from 5-8 p.m. Thurs- Julia M. Duck, 82, died
p.m. Saturday for the Sunday Mississippi Medical
edition; and no later than 7:30
day at Welch Funeral Oct. 11, 2018, at her Center Hospice in
a.m. for the Monday edition. Home. Welch Funeral residence. Tupelo.
Incomplete notices must be re- Home is in charge of Services Services will be at 2
ceived no later than 7:30 a.m. arrangements. will be p.m. Saturday at Cleve-
for the Monday through Friday Mr. Cantrell was at noon land-Moffett Funeral
editions. Paid notices must be born Feb. 22, 1968, in Thursday Home with Church
finalized by 3 p.m. for inclusion Columbus, to Dellie at Mt. Moffett officiating.
the next day Monday through
Ray McCraw Cantrell Ary M.B. Burial will follow at
Thursday; and on Friday by 3
p.m. for Sunday and Monday
and the late Harold Church Bethlehem Cemetery.
Junior Cantrell. with the Duck
publication. For more informa- Visitation will be from
tion, call 662-328-2471. In addition to his Rev. John 5-8 p.m. Friday at the
father, he was preceded Ball officiating. Burial funeral home. Cleve-
in death by his sister, will follow at the church
Hugh Nance Marilyn Cantrell; and cemetery. Visitation
land-Moffett Funeral
GUYTON, Ga. — Home is in charge of
brother, Michael Ray will be from noon-6
Hugh E. Nance, 50, arrangements.
Cantrell. p.m. Wednesday at Car-
died Oct. 12, 2018, in Mr. Harris was
In addition to his ter’s Funeral Services
Guyton, Georgia. born July 15, 1948, in
mother, he is survived of Macon. Carter’s
Arrangements are Sunflower County, to
by his wife, Maria Funeral Services is
incomplete and will be Cantrell; sons, Robby in charge of arrange- the late Estle Ray and
announced by Memori- Owens, Bubba Cantrell, ments. Florence Leona Pike
al Gunter Peel Funeral Brad Cantrell and Ms. Duck was born Harris. He attended
Home, Second Avenue Steven “Dick” Cantrell; Jan. 11, 1936, in Noxu- Smithville School.
North location. brothers, Clyde bee County, to the late He was a U.S. Navy
Cantrell and Gene John Duck and Lucinda veteran and served in
Laura LaRose Cantrell; sisters, Tootie Cockrell Duck. She the Marble Mountain
BRANDON — Laura Nickoles and Tanya was a member of Mt. area of Vietnam. He
Elizabeth, 95, died Oct. Vickers; and six grand- Ary M.B. Church in was self-employed as
15, 2018, at Hospice children. Brooksville. a welder and was a
Ministries in Ridge- In addition to her member of Bethlehem
land. Baptist Church.
Annette Smith parents, she was pre-
Services will be STARKVILLE — ceded in death by her
at noon Wednesday Annette Brent Smith, son, Junior Lee Duck;

Robert M. Redwood, Sr.


at Brandon Baptist 77, died Oct. 15, 2018, and brothers, Annise
Church with Dr. Clar- at Baptist Memorial Koger, John Duck and
ence Cooper II and the Hospital-Golden Trian- Junior Duck.
Rev. Gayden Harrell of- She is survived by Robert M. (Bob) Redwood, Sr., 87, passed away
gle. October 16, 2018. in Birmingham, Alabama.
ficiating. Graveside ser- Services will be at her daughter, Doro-
vices will be at 4 p.m. thy Hearn of Brooks- Services will be held Thursday October 18,
11 a.m. Friday at First 2018, at 2:00 p.m. at Memorial Gunter Peel Fu-
following services at Baptist Church with Dr. ville; sister, Christine
Greenwood Cemetery Calmes of Tupelo; neral Home, 2nd Ave. N Chapel with Dr. Shawn
Chip Stevens, the Rev. Parker officiating. Burial will follow at Friend-
in West Point. Visitation Clifton Curtis and Dr. seven grandchildren;
23 great-grand- ship Cemetery. Visitation will be held Thursday
will be from 10:30-noon Mike Barnett. Burial
children; and two from 12:30 p.m. until service time at the funeral
prior to services at the will be at 3:30 p.m. home. Memorial Gunter Peel Funeral Home, 2nd
church. Robinson Fu- following services at great-great-grandchil- Dr. Saul Vydas Ave. N. location is in charge of arrangements.
neral Home is in charge Richland Cemetery in dren. Visitation:
Saturday, Oct. 20 • 10-11 AM
He was born in Columbus, Mississippi, to the
of arrangements. Richland. Visitation will St. Paul’s Episcopal Church late Harry R. Redwood, Sr. and Flora Mae Martin
Mrs. LaRose was be two hours prior to Mary Hubbert Services: Redwood on August 18, 1931.
born Aug. 23, 1923, to services at the church. KENNEDY, Ala. — Saturday, Oct. 20 • 11 AM
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church He attended Lee High School in Columbus,
the late Irma Valentine Welch Funeral Home Mary Elizabeth Hub- Memorial Gunter Peel where he played football, basketball and ran
and Wilbur Rainey Wat- is in charge of arrange- bert, 43, died Oct. 14, Funeral Home track. After graduation in 1950, he attended
kins. She was a mem- ments. 2018, at UAB Hospital 2nd Ave. North Location
Chillicothe Business School for one year and
ber of Brandon Baptist Mrs. Smith was in Birmingham, Ala- then worked for California Eastern at Columbus
Church. born in Strong Hope, bama. Bob Redwood
Visitation:
Air Base as a photographer in the photo repro-
In addition to her to the late Floyd Victor Chandler Funeral duction section. When the Korean conflict start-
Thursday, Oct. 18 • 12:30-2 PM
parents, she was Brent Sr. and Melissa Home of Vernon is Memorial Gunter Peel ed, he joined the US Air Force. He was stationed
preceded in death by Mae Brent. She was assisting the family. Funeral Home
at Keesler Field in Biloxi, where he became an
2nd Ave. North Location
her sisters, Virginia formerly employed as a Mrs. Hubbert was Services: instructor in the airborne radio and radar school.
Fields Watkins, Mary teacher. born Dec. 9, 1974, in Thursday, Oct. 18 • 2 PM He was deployed to Japan’s Tatchigowa Air Force
Wilbur Watkins Riley In addition to her Winfield, to Daisy Memorial Gunter Peel
Funeral Home Chapel Base, where he served the remainder of his en-
and Kathryn Watkins parents, she was pre- Elaine Luther and the 2nd Ave. North Location listment.
Mooney. ceded in death by her late Joe Theron Lu- Burial:
After military duty, he attended Mississippi
She is survived by brother, Floyd Victor ther. She was formerly Friendship Cemetery
State University and earned a degree in electri-
her husband, James Brent Jr.; and sister, employed as a retail
Joseph LaRose of Donnis Brent Mat- manager. Hugh Nance cal engineering and obtained the credentials of
Incomplete Registered Professional Engineer. After gradua-
Brandon; sons, Gary thews. In addition to her Memorial Gunter Peel tion, he worked for American Bosch for 8 years,
Funeral Home and then went to General Tire and Rubber Com-
2nd Ave. North Location
pany (later known as Omnova), where he retired
after 30 years as Engineering Manager.
Send in your News About Town event. Bob loved the Lord, his family and his friends.
He was a member of First Baptist Church, where
email: community@cdispatch.com he taught the Adult Singles Class for 20 years.
Subject: NATS memorialgunterpeel.com
He was a Gideon for 15 years and part of the
Gideon Prison Ministry.
Bob enjoyed playing tennis and later devel-
oped a passion for playing golf. He developed
many long lasting friendships and created great
memories on the course. His favorite spectator
sport was football and he was an avid Mississippi
State fan to the very end.
He is preceded in death by his parents; and his
brother, Harry Redwood, Jr. (Dick).
He is survived by a family that loved him dear-
ly. His wife of 68 years, Joan Redwood; daugh-
ters, Kathryn (Bo) Andrews of Birmingham, AL
and Jo (Chris) Still of Murfreesboro, TN; sons,
Bobby (Jeri Sue) Redwood of Wellington, CO
and Dr. Tommy (Lyn) Redwood of Tyrone, GA;
eight grandchildren, Chris (Rachael) Wood of
Birmingham, AL, Austin (Katie) Wood of Tus-
caloosa, AL, Jack (Emily) Thomas of Starkville,
MS, Rob Redwood of Ft. Worth, TX, Will Red-
wood of Tyrone, GA, Dr. Drew Johnson and
Hanna Johnson of Atlanta, GA and Gracie Still of
Murfreesboro, TN. Bob was also blessed with
eight great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers will be his grandsons. John
Latham will be his honorary pallbearer.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to
the donor’s favorite charity.

Sign the online guest book at


www.memorialgunterpeel.com
716 Second Avenue North • Columbus, MS
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CLUBS month, 6 p.m., in classroom 6, near the
Gift Shop. $20. For information or to regis-
cause someone drinks too much, we can
help. For information, call 888-425-2666
n POSSUM TOWN TOASTMASTERS ter, call 662-386-5592. or go to msafg.org.
Possum Town Toastmasters meet every n FREE PSA EXAMS
Friday at 7 a.m. at the Church of Christ, Co-
lumbus. To become a better communicator
Baptist Memorial Hospital offers free pros-
tate PSA exams for men over 40. Screen-
OTHER EVENTS
and leader, call 662-549-3483. ings are every other month in Columbus.
n CLOTHING GIVE-AWAY
The Friendly City Outreach Council hosts
n POSSUM TOWN QUILTERS Oct. 26 screenings will be from 8-11:45
a Clothing and Household Items Give-
a.m. and 1-2 p.m. Make appointments at
Possum Town Quilters meet at 9:30 a.m. Away 8 a.m.-noon Oct. 27 at the Williams
662-244-4673. Walk-ins accepted.
the second and fourth Saturdays of each Washington Site, 2201 Eighth Ave. S. All
month at the Rosenzweig Arts Center (low- n CANCER SUPPORT ages, all sizes for men, ladies, children.
er level), 501 Main St., Columbus. Check Baptist Cancer Center hosts a support Donations accepted as well. Call the Co-
us out at possumtownquilters.blogspot. group for cancer survivors and their lumbus Housing Authority, 662-328-4236,
com. families, noon-1 p.m. the third Friday of or Mattie Moore, 662-352-1690.
every month. The next meeting is Oct. 19,
n EAST LIONS CLUB in Classroom 5, near the Gift Shop. Lunch
n CULINARY DEMO
The Columbus East Lions Club meets every The Lowndes County Alumni Chapter
provided. For information, call 662-244-
second and fourth Monday of the month at Culinary Demonstration will be at 5:30
2923.
65 Airline Road. For more information, call p.m. Oct. 25 at Shattuck Hall on The W
662-251-1415 or 662-574-7552. n HYPERTENSION SUPPORT campus. $20. Limited space. Register
A pulmonary hypertension support group at https://longblueline.muw.edu/lown-
n HOST LIONS CLUB meets at 2 p.m. the second Saturday of
The Columbus Host Lions Club meets des-county-chapter-culinary-demonstra-
every month at North Mississippi Medical tion. For more information, call Anika
every Friday at noon at EMCC Lion Hills
Center-West Point Education Center, 385 Perkins, 662-329-7124.
Center for a buffet lunch and business
Medical Center Drive. For information, call
gathering. For more information, call John
Dana Albert, 662-295-3642.
n CANNED FOOD DRIVE
Michael, 601-955-2176. Girl Scout Troop 20145 hosts a canned
■ DIABETES SUPPORT food drive with dance party and costume
n LOWNDES REPUBLICAN WOMEN Baptist Golden Triangle hosts day classes
Lowndes County Republican Women meets contest for girls in first-fourth grade, 5-8
for Diabetes Support on third Wednesdays p.m. Oct. 20 at the Starkville Sportsplex.
the second Tuesday of each month. Buffet
of each month, 10-11 a.m. in room 6 PT. Door prizes, snacks, drinks provided. For
line opens at 11:15 a.m., with call to order
For information, call Lacy Smith at 662- information, call Stacey Wilkinson, 662-
at noon.
244-1392 or 800-544-8762, ext. 1392. 324-9622.
n GT QUILTERS GUILD ■ HEART SUPPORT
The Golden Triangle Quilters Guild meets n REFUGE CELEBRATION DAY
Weekly education/support group for The Friends of Noxubee Refuge hosts Ref-
at 5:30 p.m. every third Thursday at the
people with congestive heart failure are uge Day at the Sam D. Hamilton Noxubee
Starkville Sportsplex Activities Building.
Thursdays 11 a.m.-noon in the Outpa- National Refuge from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Oct.
■ DULCIMER PLAYERS tient Pavilion Boardroom, Baptist Golden 20, near the Visitor’s Center at Bluff Lake.
Friendly City Strummers meet twice month- Triangle. For information, call 244-1953 or Exhibits, crafts, face painting, music, Free
ly to practice and teach others to play 244-2132. canoeing and kayaking on Bluff Lake.
dulcimers. Join for $10/year for the whole
n NUTRITION EDUCATION n HAZARD LECTURE SERIES
family. Dulcimers available to borrow.
Diabetes education class meets on fourth The 27th annual Hazard Lecture Series
Contact David Saum, 662-386-6836 or
Wednesdays, 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m., Baptist at 7 p.m. Oct. 22 at Heritage Academy
DrSaum@cableone.net, or the Switzers,
Golden Triangle Outpatient Pavilion. Physi- Elementary School, 623 Willowbrook
662-312-6025.
cian referral required. For information, call Road, presents World War I historian Andy
■ BREAKFAST WITH THE BULLDOGS 662-244-1597 or email info.goldentrian- Pouncey with “The Long Shadow of World
MSU alumni, friends are invited to Break- gle@bmhcc.org. War I.” Free. For information, call 662-327-
fast with the Bulldogs on second Thurs-
n ABUSE RECOVERY GROUP 1556, ext. 211.
days each month at Starkville Café. Dutch
A Domestic Abuse Recovery Group meets n VETERAN’S SUMMIT
treat breakfast is 7:30 a.m. Contact Carol
Thursdays at 6 p.m. through Safe Haven The 2018 Veteran’s Summit is 10 a.m.-1
Moss Read at carolmoss@bellsouth.net or
Inc. Group counseling for rape recovery is p.m. Oct. 23 at the Starkville Sportsplex,
662-312-0637.
available. For information, call 662-327- 405 Lynn Lane. Features resources and
n TOPS 6118 or 662-889-2067. employment opportunities for all military,
Take Off Pounds Sensibly No. 288 meets
n CHILDBIRTH CLASSES veterans, National Guard and military
Tuesdays at Community Baptist Church,
Baptist Golden Triangle offers child- families. For more information, call Sharon
Yorkville Road East, Columbus. Weigh-in
birth classes Tuesdays at 6 p.m. To Dollarhide, 662-325-6867 or email, sdol-
begins at 5:30 p.m. Contact Pat Harris,
register, call 662-244-2498 or email info. larhide@vab.ms.com.
662-386-0249.
goldentriangle@bmhcc.org. n VOLUNTEER AMBASSADOR OPEN
n TOPS n CPR CLASSES HOUSE
Take Off Pounds Sensibly No. 270 meets
Baptist Golden Triangle offers CPR class- Volunteer Columbus hosts Volunteer
Thursdays at 4370 Cal-Kolola Road,
es each month at 6 p.m. in the Patient Ambassador Open House from 5:30-7:30
Caledonia. Weigh-in begins at 5-5:30 p.m.
Tower. Classes are Oct. 22. Pre-regis- p.m. Oct. 25 at United Way, 223 22nd St.
Contact Michelle Holliman, 662-386-3650.
tration is required. Call the Education N. For information, call Renee Sanders,
n SENIOR CRAFTS Department, 662-244-2498. 662-328-0943.
Senior Crafts meets at the Starkville
Sportsplex Tuesdays, 10-11:30 a.m. n CHILDBIRTH CLASSES n FAMILY FUN EVENT
Crafts provided by the parks department. Emerson Family Center, 1504 Louisville Emerson Family Center, 1504 Louisville St.
For information, call Lisa Cox, 662-323- St. in Starkville, offers Childbirth classes in Starkville hosts Step Up for Kids Family
2294. from 5:30-7 p.m. Oct. 23 & 30. For infor- Fun Event from 4:30-7:30 p.m. Oct. 23.
mation, call 662-324-4155. For more information, call 662-324-4155.
n QUILTING CLUB n DIABETES EDUCATION
Quilting Club meets in the activities room n BOOK SIGNING
Diabetes Self-Management Education The R.E. Hunt High School Museum and
adjacent to the multi-purpose facility at
Class meets on fourth Wednesdays at Culture Center, 924 20th St. N., invites the
the Starkville Sportsplex Thursdays 10
8:30 a.m. at Baptist Golden Triangle public to the book signing and art display
a.m.-noon. Bring your own project to work
Outpatient Pavilion Conference Center. of the Rev. Vinson Ballard, M.S. of Colum-
on. For information, call Lisa Cox, 662-
Physician referral required. For information, bus, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Oct. 25.
323-2294.
call 662-244-1596.
n ADULT EDUCATION CLASSES
n ANGER MANAGEMENT
Health Notes Family Resource Center, Columbus
Emerson Family Center, 1504 Louisville
St. in Starkville offers Adult Education
n WALK FOR DIABETES campus, 1575 Second Ave. N., offers free Classes from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Oct. 18-19,
The Diabetes Foundation of Mississippi conflict resolution and anger management 22-26 & 29-31. For more information, call
hosts Mississippi’s Walk for Diabetes at 2 classes. For information, call 662-368- 662-324-4155.
p.m. Oct. 21 at the Columbus Riverwalk. 3603.
n PARENT CAFE
Registration is at 1 p.m. For more informa- n FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER Emerson Family Center, 1504 Louisville
tion, call 601-957-7878 or email, msdiabe- The Family Resource Center offers free St. in Starkville offers Parent Cafe´ from
tes@msdiabestes.org. classes including parenting, anger manage- 11 a.m.-noon Oct. 22 & 29. For more
n FREE MAMMOGRAMS ment, healthy relationships, life skills and information, call 662-324-4155.
Baptist Golden Triangle offers free mam- youth development education classes. Call
662-251-1861.
n HEARTS TUTORING
mograms to area women 35 and older Hearts After School Tutoring Program,
who have no insurance coverage for mam- n BAPTIST VOLUNTEERS 109 Lawrence Dr., offers tutoring for
mograms and living in Lowndes, Oktibbe- Baptist Golden Triangle is seeking caring, grades K-5 from 3-4:30 p.m. Mondays and
ha, Clay, Monroe or Chickasaw Counties. compassionate volunteers to help in a Wednesdays or Tuesday and Thursdays.
To see if you qualify, call 662-244-2979. variety of hospital settings. For more infor- No charge, but commitment is required.
n BALANCE CLASS mation, call 662-244-1165 or email info. Teacher, parent referrals accepted. For
North Mississippi Medical Center Wellness goldentriangle@bmhcc.org. information, call 662-244-8444.
Center-West Point hosts a balance class n DRUG/ALCOHOL INTERVENTION n TUTORING VOLUNTEERS
from 1-2 p.m. Oct. 23-26. Free for mem- Narconon offers drug and alcohol interven- Hearts After School Tutoring Program is
bers; $20 for nonmembers. To register by tions. For free screenings or referrals, call seeking volunteer tutors for its K-5 after
Oct. 19 or for more information, call the 1-800-431-1754. school tutoring program from 2:30-5 p.m.
Wellness Center, 662-495-9355. n GOLDEN TRIANGLE AA Monday-Thursday. Volunteer one to four
n BLOOD DRIVE Golden Triangle AA meets daily for support. days a week. For information, call 662-
United Blood Services hosts a blood drive If you want to drink, that is your business. 244-8444.
from 11 a.m.-5:15 p.m. Oct. 19 at the If you want to stop drinking, that is our n SOUP KITCHEN
Outpatient Pavilion Conference Center at business. For information, call 662-327- Reach 1 Teach 1 Outreach Ministry serves
Baptist Golden Triangle. For more informa- 8941. at Loaves & Fishes Soup Kitchen 11:30
tion, visit bloodhero.com. n AL-ANON MEETING a.m.-1 p.m. at 223 22nd St. N., the first
n CHILDBIRTH CLASSES The Columbus Al-Anon Family Groups meet Friday and third Tuesday of each month.
Baptist Golden Triangle offers Childbirth Mondays and Thursdays at 5:30 p.m. For information on helping, call Cequelia
classes and Breastfeeding classes each When you don’t know where to turn be- Bigbee, 870-627-2859 or 662-425-1816.

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SLIMANTICS
At long last, I’m a quitter
Not that I am counting It was that way with Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, first couple of days, all I wanted to do
the days or anything, but I smoking. It was also that decided I would quit smoking. Sheriff was to curl up in a fetal position and
walked away from one of my way with drinking, too, and Joe banned cigarettes from his jail hate the world. My thought in those
oldest relationships 142 days we all know how that turned facilities, so I spent 34 days at Durango first few days was that people who are
ago. While my friends can’t out. Jail awaiting my sentence for DUI. Jail quitting smoking should be allowed to
stop slapping me on the back Through my teen years, inmates couldn’t have coffee, either. murder someone, just to take the edge
for the break-up — they said I’d smoke a few cigarettes I was convinced that Sheriff Joe laid off.
they knew all along ours a week, but by the time I awake nights thinking of ways he could But I survived the first week without
was a toxic relationship - I reached my 20s, it was a full- make inmates’ lives more miserable the aid of homicide and soon the crav-
confess that I’m feeling a blown habit. Conservatively because, let’s face it — a miserable, ings changed. I tell folks my cigarette
bit guilty about it and I’d be — and I’m rarely conser- angry, bitter prisoner is just the sort of cravings are sort of like labor pains in
lying if I said I didn’t miss it. vative by any definition of person who want to turn back out into reverse — they become less frequent
On May 28 — Memori- Slim Smith the term — I’ve smoked a the community. and less intense as the days go by.
al Day — I quit smoking, half-million cigarettes over We inmates understood his motives, Now, the cravings are but a fleeting
ending a relationship that goes back to the past 45 years. By the end, I was so the minute I landed at Florence State thought. My only regret is that I didn’t
when I was 12 years old. Forty-seven smoking two packs a day. When I got Prison, where smoking was permit- quit sooner, but I’m not going to com-
years ago, I smoked my first cigarette. I up in the middle of the night to go to the ted, I bummed a cigarette from a guy plain.
can’t think of many things I’ve done that bathroom, I smoked a cigarette before in the exercise yard, lit up and blew a But I do feel a bit guilty. My friends
long. going back to bed. I was about as badly kiss-my-posterior smoke ring in Sheriff constantly ask how I’m doing and tell
At the start, it was more of a flirtation hooked as any person could be. Joe’s honor. me they are proud of me. It seems odd
than a relationship. I’d sneak a cigarette When I started smoking, a pack of Now, things are different and it sur- to me that I’m complimented for not do-
out of my dad’s pack and steal off in the cigarettes cost probably $1.50. By the prises me how relatively easy quitting ing something most people have enough
woods to partake in what seemed to me time I quit, a pack set me back $5. I smoking actually was. For the longest sense not to do in the first place.
then a revolutionary act. I was that sort figure I spent at least $75,000 on ciga- time, I reflected on those long ago futile But they mean well, and I do appreci-
of kid. If you didn’t want me to do some- rettes. What was I thinking, right? attempts at quitting as proof that I was ate their support.
thing, you had better not mention it. Like most long-time smokers, I had incapable of quitting. If I can quit smoking, pretty much
There would be all sort of bad behaviors made efforts to quit before. Usually, But on Memorial Day, armed with anyone can, I figure.
that I would ignore without a thought, those efforts ended within a few days. only a vague hope that I could quit, I So give it a shot. What’s the worst
but the minute I was told I shouldn’t do Until a few months ago, the longest stopped smoking cold turkey, the same that can happen? You might surprise
something — or better yet, that I was time I had managed to go without a way my Dad quit when he was 50. I had yourself. I know I did.
forbidden to do something — my wak- cigarette was 34 days in 2007. intended to quit when I was 50, too, but Slim Smith is a columnist and feature
ing hours would be devoted to figuring That time, it wasn’t my decision. it took another nine years for me. writer for The Dispatch. His email ad-
out how to do it. The state of Arizona, more specifically I’m not going to say it was easy. The dress is ssmith@cdispatch.com.

Readers comment
Voice of the people
a couple that had checked out, paid the “integrity” in our elected officials, so I different. Check legislators’ pockets,
tab and found that a dessert was not can be proud to say, “I’m from Colum- please. And the governor’s as well.
charged for. They went to pay for the bus.” Assuming you can get in them.
missed item and someone said, “If they God Bless America and Columbus.
On integrity were a councilman you wouldn’t have Lee Roy Lollar, Jr. Raider: I thought all the local repub-
Integrity: the quality of being honest
to pay.” We laugh, but has a precedent Columbus licans hated any and all forms of tax
and having strong moral principles;
been set? Do we take advantage of increases and would only support new
moral uprightness.
someone’s mistake — if that is what taxes that the people voted for? Wasn’t
Synonyms are honesty, honor, ethics,
virtue, decency, fairness and truthful-
ness. To speak of one with these traits
happened. Or do we show integrity?
Columbus has had enough bad press
of late, we sure don’t need to have our
From our website that the position of the local delegation
on the restaurant tax?
you might say, “I never doubted his in- The following is an edited selection
tegrity.” C.S. Lewis said, ”Doing what’s
elected officials’ integrity questioned.
The police department has overcome a of reader comments posted at the end of Roses and thorns 10/14/18: Thorn
right, even when no one is watching”. lot on negative reports lately and Chief online stories and on Facebook. More can to Labat for handling of Shannon
I am saying this because of the Shelton has turned things around. A be found at www.cdispatch.com. termination
actions of some of our elected officials. firm has been hired to help bring retail An unfair tax?: Drivers take issue kellykapowski: My opinion is that
This has a trickle down effect. Look Dr. Labat handled this in a professional
nationally in D.C. with the actions of
into the “Friendly City” to stimulate
retail and the city and county are
with hybrid/electric car fees; law- manner. The rumor mills are circulat-
many there, down to our local elected maybe at last working together for the makers claim they are reasonable in ing and releasing any details at this
politicians. I’m not accusing anyone common good, now this. I’ve lived in face of road, bridge crisis point in the story will only continue to
just trying to understand what has Columbus all my life with the exception KJ705: You’d think before passing a fuel rumors. She is smart to wait until
been publicized lately in the local news of my military service. My home is new tax our local legislators would want all details can be confirmed factually
media. here, my friends live here, and I like my the people to vote on it. But this tax, I and released. Let’s continue to support
And the results of these actions were life here just fine and do not plan to go guess because it punishes people trying her and give respect, as well as prayers
seen in a local restaurant. I witnessed anywhere. But I would like to see a little to escape oil industry profiteering, is to all involved parties.

The World

Should US-Saudi alliance be saved?


By Patrick Buchanan Nor is it only during wartime that the
U.S. has associated with authoritarians
Over the weekend Donald Trump with repellent human rights records.
warned of “severe punishment” if an The U.S. maintains a treaty alli-
investigation concludes that a Saudi ance with the Philippines of President
hit team murdered Washington Post Rodrigo Duterte, who has approved the
columnist Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi extrajudicial killing of drug dealers,
consulate in Istanbul. thousands of whom have been murdered.
Riyadh then counter-threatened, Gen. el-Sissi came to power in Cairo
reminding us that, as the world’s largest in a military coup that ousted an elected
oil exporter, Saudi Arabia “plays an government headed by a leader of the
impactful and active role in the global Muslim Brotherhood, who is, along with
economy.” thousands of Brotherhood members,
Message: Sanction us, and we may now in prison.
just sanction you. Since the coup attempt in NATO ally
Some of us yet recall how President Turkey in 2017, President Recep Erdogan
Nixon’s rescue of Israel in the 1973 Yom has imprisoned thousands, including
Kippur War triggered a Saudi oil embar- more journalists than any country on
go that led to months of long gas lines earth.
in the United States, and contributed to
Last week came reports that China
Nixon’s fall.
has arrested the head of Interpol, and
Yesterday, a week after Jared Kushner
has indeed been operating an archipel-
had been assured by his friend Crown
ago of re-education camps in its west to
Prince Mohammed bin Salman that
purge the ethnic and religious beliefs of
Khashoggi walked out of the consulate,
the Uighur people.
Trump put through a call to King Salman
Former Prime Minister William Glad- Questions arise: If Khashoggi was As for Saudi Arabia, members of Con-
himself.
According to a Trump tweet, the king stone set Britain ablaze with a pamphlet assassinated and the order came from gress are said to be readying sanctions
denied “any knowledge of whatever may titled, “The Bulgarian Horrors and the the royal family, does that make the to impose on the Saudi regime if it is
have happened ‘to our Saudi Arabian Question of the East,” calling for the Saudis morally unacceptable to us as proven Khashoggi was killed on royal
citizen.’” expulsion of the Turks from Europe. allies or partners in the Middle East? orders.
Trump said he was “immediately” Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli And if it does, how do we justify our Cold However, which would be a greater
sending Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Queen Victoria were apoplectic. For War ties to autocrats such as Chile’s violation of human rights: the sanctioned
to Riyadh to meet with the king on the they were relying on the Turks to block Gen. Pinochet, South Korea’s Gen. Park killing of a political enemy of the regime
crisis. The confrontation is escalating. the encroachment of Czarist Russia into Chung-hee, the Philippines’ Ferdinand or 10,000 dead Yemenis, including
Crown Prince Mohammed and King the Eastern Balkans and down to the Marcos, or the Shah of Iran? women and children, and millions facing
Salman have both now put their nation’s Turkish Straits. How did Franklin Roosevelt handle malnutrition and starvation in a Saudi
honor and credibility on the line. Disraeli prevailed. The Brits put mo- such associations? “He may be an SOB,” war of aggression being fought with the
Both are saying that what the Turks rality on the shelf. FDR said of one Caribbean dictator, “but complicity and cooperation of the United
claim they can prove — Khashoggi was For the U.S., morality and interests he’s our SOB.” States?
tortured and murdered in the consulate, collided when FDR recognized the Bol- During World War II, when the Ger- Rather than resist Congress’ pro-
cut up, and his body parts flown to Saudi shevik regime of Joseph Stalin in 1933, mans uncovered in the Katyn Forest a posed sanctions, President Trump might
Arabia — is a lie. even as Stalin’s agents were starving to vast gravesite containing the remains of take this opportunity to begin a long
For Trump and the U.S., this appears death millions of Ukrainian peasants and thousands from Poland’s officer corps, withdrawal from decades of entangle-
a classic case of the claims of interna- landowners. dating to Stalin’s occupation, Poles in ment in Mideast wars that have availed
tional morality clashing with the claims Foreign policy moralists also took Britain came to Prime Minister Chur- us nothing and cost us greatly.
of national interest. a holiday to cheer Nixon for flying to chill to ask for an investigation. Patrick J. Buchanan, a nationally
The archetype occurred in the mid- Peking and toasting Mao Zedong, even Churchill, for whom Stalin was by syndicated columnist, was a senior advisor
1870s when Ottoman Turks perpetrated as Chairman Mao’s Red Guards were now an indispensable ally, replied dismis- to presidents Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford
a slaughter of Bulgarian Christians carrying out the national pogrom known sively: “There is no use prowling round and Ronald Reagan. His website is http://
under their rule. as the Cultural Revolution. the three-year-old graves of Smolensk.” buchanan.org/blog.
The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com Wednesday, October 17, 2018 7a

Spaulding
Continued from Page 1A
before she wrote the sto- your employees, attrition them enable people to ex- moned to the CEO’s of-
ry, she came away more goes down. When you are ercise kindness without fice.
convinced than ever after kind, collaboration im- being run over. Once that “He didn’t even ask
it was published. proves. You see this over balance is established, me to sit down,” she re-
“When the article was and over.” Spaulding said, the posi- called. “He just said, ‘You
published, it went viral,” Spaulding said she tive benefits of exercising are asking for more mon-
she said. “That told me found that to be true in kindness bear fruit, as ey than anybody else in
people are really craving her own career, too. the studies indicate. this company. Don’t you
kindness in the work- Early on, she was a fi- Years later, that re- think that’s greedy?’ If I
place. It was as if they nalist for a promotion at fined approach — kind- had been the 27-year-old
were saying, ‘If you invest her firm. The CEO told ness plus boundaries I was all those years ago,
in me and see me as a her she wouldn’t get the — emerged in another I would have acquiesced
true person with an out- job because she was too meeting with her CEO. and agreed meekly.”
side life, I’ll embrace you nice. Spaulding had outper- Instead, Spaulding
and come alongside you.’” “He told me, people formed her peers in sales stuck to her boundaries.
Studies support that would eat me up and that by a wide margin but “Three weeks later,
idea, she said. he might, too,” she said. learned she was making he brought me in and
In one study of 51,000 She fumbled through a far less money than her gave me everything I
business leaders, the mild protest, but left the peers. had asked for and more,”
leaders who were consid- meeting thoroughly disil- “My boundaries were she said. “… What I dis-
ered most effective were lusioned. crossed,” she said. “I was covered is that kindness
characterized as “kind” That disappointment, really hurt. I remember is not weakness. It takes
or “warm.” however, led her to a phi- thinking, ‘I’ll ask for what a lot of courage and
“What the research losophy where kindness I deserve because this strength to be kind, kind
says is that kindness was not a liability. must have just been an to yourself and kind to
matters,” Spaulding said. “You have to have oversight.’” others. But I came away
“What the studies showed boundaries,” she said. She presented her re- from that convinced that
is that when you are kind “That’s a big part of the quest to her boss, who we should think of kind-
to your customers, they equation.” passed it along to the ness as a leadership skill
keep coming back to you. Establishing bound- CEO. Three weeks later, to be nurtured and culti-
When you are kind to aries and committing to she said, she was sum- vated.”

Job fair
Continued from Page 1A
broadcasting, so I don’t get the opportunity to see terested in internships or starting hourly wages
want to block out broad- how their majors fit into seniors with particular from $15 to $22, while
casting. It just really de- different organizations.” degrees. annual salaries ranged
pends, but as far as right Taylor Corder, anoth- Victoria Andre, the from $24,000 to $50,000.
now I’ve been doing in- er senior communication fair’s representative from Nearly all representatives
ternships in public rela- major, said she tried to Tuscaloosa hospital DCH cited the importance of
tions to see if it’s exactly meet future employers Health Systems, said meeting potential appli-
what I want to go in. I’m throughout the day, but DCH is constantly look- cants face-to-face.
just trying to sell myself otherwise wasn’t search- ing for registered nurses. Roddy Broadaway,
and stand out.” ing for anything specific. In order to combat the Tupelo manager with
Mark Maharrey, mar- “I’m just trying to get need for RNs, the hospital Consolidated Electrical
ket president for iHeart my name out there,” Cord- has increased its pay from Distributor, said college
Media, was more than er said. “Just tying to put $18.75 to $22 an hour. career fairs often help the
happy to talk to Smith my foot in the door. I’m With unemployment at 3 employer, but it’s more
and any other student still very unsure what I important for students
percent, the application
who showed interest in am looking for, just a sta- to start networking with
pool often doesn’t fill the
the radio broadcasting ble job that I can be con- companies.
positions available, she
company. fident in.” said. “Kids sometimes think
“I use this to meet peo-
“We try to just make they know what they want
ple, but also for commu-
nity outreach,” Maharrey ‘See what’s out there’ sure that we are going to do,” Broadaway said.
While some organi- to every event we can,” “They just need to get
said. “I want to help guide
people in this business. zations — such as the Andre said. “We definite- in here, see what else is
Of course, we’re always Tuscaloosa and Birming- ly visit schools. I think out there. Look at their
hiring.” ham, Alabama police de- in health care, there’s a options and maybe some
Business represen- partments — were there huge shift because now direction. But they’ve got
tatives at the career fair to recruit any soon-to- employers are selling to come in and introduce
ranged from police depart- be graduate, no matter themselves rather than themselves.”
ments, military branches, their major, others were candidates.”
media, food industries, lo- looking for students in- Businesses offered
cal manufactures and job
placement offices. Towan-
da Williams,
MUW ca-
reer spe-
cialist, said
the goal
is to help
facilitate
g raduat ing
students’ re- Williams
lat ionships
with potential employers.
“It gives them an op-
portunity to meet employ-
ers face-to-face, (and)
learn how to introduce
themselves and learn
how to sell themselves,”
Williams said. “They also

Police: Miss. truck


driver said he
had 7 or 8 drinks
before crash
The Associated Press

HARRISBURG, Pa.
— A tractor-trailer driv-
er facing charges after a
crash on a Pennsylvania
interstate that killed three
people told investigators
he had consumed seven or
eight drinks earlier in the
day, state police said.
Police allege Jack Ed-
ward Satterfield III told
investigators he had con-
sumed five double-shot
margaritas and two to
three beers at a New Jersey
restaurant on the day of the
8:30 p.m. Friday crash.
Vehicles on Interstate 83
in Lower Paxton Township
had slowed or stopped, but
the tractor-trailer failed to
stop and struck other vehi-
cles in the left-center lane
in a crash that involved 11
vehicles, state police in
Dauphin County said.
Killed were 24-year-old
Zachary Lybrand, of Mid-
dletown, and an 18-month-
old Middletown girl as well
as 22-year-old Ethan Van-
Bochoven, a Messiah Col-
lege student from Pompton
Plains, New Jersey.
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AkzoNobel Specialty Chemicals is now Nouryon


Ready to unleash its full potential
as an independent company

The former AkzoNobel Specialty Chemicals (aka Eka


Nobel) is being relaunched as Nouryon. The move follows
the recent acquisition of the business by The Carlyle
Group and marks the company’s transition to becoming an
independent, global specialty chemicals leader.

Nouryon has a history that stretches back nearly 400 years


and its new name and brand identity reflect that heritage.
Noury & Van der Lande was one of the first companies
to realize the important role chemistry could play in
everyday life; today, Nouryon is a world leader in essential
chemistries used to manufacture everyday products.

Nouryon’s company purpose - Your partner in essential


chemistry for a sustainable future - reflects this pride as
well as the focus going forward. The company’s success
has been built on strong partnerships and it believes that
collaboration is key to future success.

Columbus Employees
Gary Erb Richard Lamison Donald Bowles Jamie Andrews
Kathy Scott Cindy Hunter Jeffrey Davidson Elvis Strickland
Jon Caldwell Stanley Hayes Alan Thompson Calvin Ray
Garrett Morrison Keith McGee Michael Smith James Holley
Stephen Shelnut Donnie Sanders Lee Pannell Jeffrey Adams
Thomas Golsan Michael Wyers Onree Walker Charles Thompson
Silas Yarbrough, Jr. Jody Hankins Tony Cowart Ralph Duran
Linda Owings John Edmonds James Bush Paul Taylor
Steven Gregory Tony Hunt Michael Pounders Scott Gable
Andrew Dale Christopher Crawford Michael Warren Bert Gerhart III
Lawrence Daves Michael Sanderson Dewayne Upton Steven Oglesby
Walter Fleming Nicholas Harmon Terry Bishop Johnny Beamon
Thomas Earhart Kimberly Hurt Ricky Hollis Austin Shaw
Paul Lockhart James Rose Annette Sherrod Jonathan Flye
T. Lawrence Nekhan Wilbon Chris Wittke Randall Smith
Eva Shirley Michelle Mitchell Michael Bailey Jimmy Odom
Terry Jones Maureen Lipscomb Charles Davis Michael Young
Chris Buster Tommie Sanford Randall Forrester Michael Hyland
Lee Vickers William Meredith Willie Robertson Brian Young
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Mickey Allen Daniel Waldrep Shan Higdon Kevin Campbell
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Donnie Reeves Tiffany Jones Cathy Hutchinson Alex Pugh
William George Gary Willcutt Jonathan Trull Barry Bryan
James Carruth Ivan Villamar Demus Shelnut Phyllis Chaffin

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B
men’s basketball team was picked fourth SPORTS EDITOR SECTION
Wednesday in the SEC preseason poll. Adam Minichino
Quinndary Weatherspoon earned preseason
second-team All-SEC honors for the SPORTS LINE
third-consecutive season. 662-241-5000
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COLLEGE BASEBALL
Full-time load fuels Price’s recovery
Mississippi State pitcher still on road back from Tommy John surgery
Editor’s Note: This is the third weak decisions. Part-time athletes
part of a series detailing the get part-time results.”
progress of Mississippi State The prospect of being a full-
pitcher Spencer Price, who time athlete isn’t easy when the de-
suffered a 75-percent tear of the ulnar sired activity is almost a year away,
collateral ligament in his right which was the case for Price start-
arm and is coming off Tommy John ed his rehabilitation after Tommy
surgery. John surgery.
Price
After going through physical
By Brett Hudson rehabilitation, the next step in
bhudson@cdispatch.com Price’s recovery was moving from flat-
ground throwing and long tossing to
STARKVILLE — The reminder throwing off a mound in the fall.
could be tailored to Spencer Price, but Price took that step earlier this month
he behaves like someone following an when he threw in the bullpen while the rest
Kelly Donoho/Mississippi State Athletic Media Relations
edict just for him. of the Mississippi State baseball team par-
Mississippi State pitcher Spencer Price continues to recover from Tommy John The message on the whiteboard, tucked ticipated in fall practice, which ended last
surgery to repair a torn ulnar collateral ligament in his right arm. The reliever hopes in the corner of the Shira Complex’s weight weekend with the intrasquad World Series.
to be back at the start of the 2019 season. room, reads: “You don’t get strong with See PRICE, 4B

PREP FOOTBALL COLLEGES / COLLEGE FOOTBALL


Playoff No. 1 EMCC set
storylines
coming for another crown
into focus Victory against Coahoma C.C. will
give Stephens his ninth division title
W
hile it doesn’t
seem possible, BY SCOT T WALTERS
swalters@cdispatch.com
the end of the
regular season is here
A Mississippi Association of Commu-
for some of the classifica- nity and Junior Colleges (MACJC) North
tions in the Mississippi Division championship was a major goal
Association of Indepen- when East Mississippi Community Col-
dent Schools (MAIS). lege hired Buddy Stephens as its football
Next coach.
week, Eleven years later, such championships
we will are common, which is why
break EMCC is always aiming for Inside
down bigger and better. n MORE
first- Dispatch File Photo No. 1 EMCC (7-0, footBALL:
round Mississippi State women’s basketball coach Vic Schaefer talks to his players during 4-0) can clinch its ninth Capsule
playoff a break in practice last fall. On Tuesday, the national media picked Schaefer’s division title under preview for
Scott Walters Bulldogs first in the Southeastern Conference preseason poll. Coahoma
games Stephens at 7 p.m. C.C.-EMCC.

BULLDOGS LAND TOP SPOT


for Thursday when it plays Page 2B
Heritage Academy and host to Coahoma C.C. (0-7,
Starkville Academy. 0-4) at Sullivan-Windham
That will be the be- Field in Scooba.
“(The North Division championship) is
ginning. The Mississippi
High School Activities Reigning SEC regular-season champ picked first in league’s preseason poll the first step,” EMCC sophomore defen-
sive back JaQuez Akins said. “Our goals
Association (MHSAA)
From Special Reports are much larger than that. However, it
will follow with playoff MSU Roundup helps to play at home. That’s why we got to
action the first Friday in make sure we do our part to win the North.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Members of
November for Classes the national media picked the Mississip- It’s the first step in several championships
2A, 3A and 4A and the pi State women’s basketball team, senior
Inside we plan to win.”
following week for Class- Teaira McCowan, and graduate transfer
n MORE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: SEC A North Division championship would
es 1A, 5A and 6A. Preseason Voting, All-SEC Team. Page 2B guarantee a first-round home playoff
Anriel Howard to lead the charge this
As we prepare for season in the Southeastern Conference. See EMCC, 3B
postseason play, here are On Tuesday, MSU was picked first in en-player preseason All-SEC team.
some storylines: the SEC preseason poll, while McCow- MSU is coming off a program-record Game 8
Starkville High has an, a 6-foot-7 center, was named the 37-win season and its second-consec- n Coahoma Community College,
work to do league’s preseason player of the year and utive appearance in the national title 7 p.m. Thursday (WGTC-FM 92.7, WZKR-FM
The MHSAA Class Howard, a 5-11 forward who transferred game. The Bulldogs went 16-0 in the 103.3, WFCA-FM 107.9; Video stream at
See WALTERS, 3B from Texas A&M, was named to the sev- See MSU, 2B www.EMCCAthletics.com/live.

PREP VOLLEYBALL
Trust one of reasons for Caledonia’s season
Coach Brooks says all of Lady Confederates have ‘right’ answers to explain team’s success
By Adam Minichino
Thursday to Lewisburg at 6 p.m. Thursday in
aminichino@cdispatch.com the first round of the Mississippi
n mhsaa class II playoffs:
Lewisburg, 6 p.m. High School Activities Association
CALEDONIA — There isn’t a (MHSAA) Class II playoffs.
“right” word that illuminates why
Lewisburg (30-8) was the run-
the Caledonia High School volley- the word trust as the one they feel
ner-up in Region 2. Caledonia lost to
ball team has been so successful pinpoints why the team has fared
Lewisburg 3-0 on Aug. 9. Since then,
this season. so well despite not having a lot of
the Lady Confederates went on to
Carlee Dale says leadership. Liz- size, especially at the attacking po-
sweep through Region 4 with an 8-0
zie Truelock uses constructive crit- sitions.
icism to describe how the players “I think the amount of time and mark en route to a 27-8 record.
function so well together. experience they have had togeth- Brooks said each player has
Olivia Boykin uses determina- er (has helped build that trust),” earned the trust of their teammates
tion, while Ansley Brown says ded- Brooks said. “We had so many of through the ups and downs of a long
ication and understanding are her them participate in the summer season. She said she has noticed at
most important words. workouts. They also spend time to- the beginning of the season that
Caledonia High coach Samantha gether at camp for three days. I just the players “don’t want to let each
Brooks agrees all of those words think the experiences they have other down.” The fact that the team
factor into the chemistry that has had together have led them to trust has eight juniors who have played
Dispatch File Photo
Caledonia High School’s Ansley Brown has played an fueled the Lady Confederates to each other.” together for several years has made
important role in the team’s run to a Class II, Region 4 another district championship. But Caledonia will rely on that trust it easier for everyone to accept their
championship. Brooks and five of her players used to give it an edge when it plays host See CALEDONIA, 3B
2B Wednesday, October 17, 2018 The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com

MSU COLLEGE
Continued from Page 1B FOOTBALL
league last season to se- SEC Preseason Media Poll Tuesday to the Jerry West Award Watch
cure the program’s first
regular-season title. It
1. Mississippi State
2. South Carolina
3. Tennessee
List by the Naismith Basketball Hall of
Fame.
The West Award is one of five pre-
Alabama leads
was the first undefeated
run through the regular
season in the league in 20
4. Georgia
5. Missouri
6. Texas A&M
season honors presented by the Na-
ismith Basketball Hall of Fame. The list
AP midseason
honorees
7. Kentucky includes the Bob Cousy, Jerry West,
years.
8. Auburn Julius Erving, Karl Malone, and Kareem
McCowan, who was a 9. LSU Abdul-Jabbar awards.
first-team All-SEC pick 10. Alabama
Weatherspoon fueled the Bulldogs By RALPH D. RUSSO
last season, is coming off 11. Arkansas
with 14.4 points, 6.0 rebounds, 3.3 as- The Associated Press
an All-American season 12. Florida
13. Vanderbilt sists and 1.4 steals per game last sea-
that saw her earn the in- 14. Ole Miss son. He earned a preseason third-team Tua Tagovailoa and four
augural Naismith Nation-
All-America honor from Lindy’s Maga- of his Alabama teammates
al Defensive Player of the Player of the Year
zine. highlight The Associated
Year Award after averag- Teaira McCowan, Mississippi State
In February, the watch list will be Press midseason All-Amer-
ing 18.2 points and 13.9 narrowed to 10. In March, five finalists ica team.
Preseason All-SEC
rebounds per game. Calyia Robinson, Georgia will be presented to Mr. West and the Hall Tagovailoa has 21 touch-
McCowan (1,015 re- Anriel Howard, Mississippi State of Fame’s selection committee. down passes and no inter-
bounds) and Howard Teaira McCowan, Mississippi State
The winner of the 2019 Jerry West ceptions without having to
(1,002) are the SEC’s ac- Sophie Cunningham, Missouri
Alexis Jennings, South Carolina Shooting Guard Award will be presented attempt a pass in the fourth
tive career rebounders. Rennia Davis, Tennessee at The College Basketball Awards on Fri- quarter because Alabama
Last season, Howard Chennedy Carter, Texas A&M day, April 12, 2019, in Los Angeles. has been so dominant. The
averaged a double-dou- n In related news, Weatherspoon, Crimson Tide is averaging
ble (12.1 points, 12.2 MSU fourth-year head coach Ben How- 53.6 points per game.
rebounds) for a sec- Foundation for Teamwork. Semifinalists land, and Aric Holman will be in Birming- Joining Tagovailoa on the
ond-straight year. She for the award will be announced Nov. 20.
ham, Alabama, on Wednesday to par- first-team offense is receiv-
Finalists will be revealed Dec. 4. Selec-
had 20 double-doubles in tion of the Joe Moore Award winner will ticipate in the annual SEC Tipoff event er Jerry Jeudy and offensive
2017-18 to give her 32 in be made public after a surprise visit to at the Grand Bohemian Hotel Mountain linemen Jonah Williams
her first three collegiate the winning university’s campus in late Brook.
and Ross Pierschbacher.
seasons. December. Holman, Weatherspoon, and How-
Tide safety Deionte Thomp-
No. 1 Alabama, Appalachian State,
McCowan was the land will meet with various media mem-
son was selected to the first-
Army, Boston College, No. 8 Georgia,
overwhelming choice No. 14 Kentucky, Memphis, No. 16 NC
bers and media outlets from across the
team defense, and defensive
for SEC Player of the State, No. 2 Ohio State, No. 9 Oklahoma, country, which include ESPN, CBS and
tackle Quinnen Williams
Year. Missouri’s Sophie No. 12 Oregon, No. 7 Texas, and No. 23 Sirius XM. SEC Now on the SEC Net-
made the second team.
Cunningham and Texas Wisconsin also were named to the honor work will have live coverage from 10 a.m.
roll. No. 5 LSU placed line-
A&M’s Chennedy Carter MSU is the only school in the SEC
to 2 p.m.
backer Devin White, cor-
also received votes. n Volleyball team will take on
with two players in the top 10 in rushing
Alabama: At Tuscaloosa, Alabama,
nerback Greedy Williams,
MSU will play host yards per game: quarterback Nick Fitz- and safety Grant Delpit on
to NCAA Division II na- gerald (fourth, 102.6) and running back the volleyball team (5-15, 1-6 SEC)
Kylin Hill (sixth, 79). will take on Alabama (15-6, 2-5) at 6
the first team.
tional champion Central Texas A&M tight end
The Bulldogs also are the SEC’s top p.m. Wednesday (ESPNU) at Foster
Missouri in an exhibition rushing offense (240.7 yards per game). Jace Sternberger and punt-
Auditorium.
game at 6 p.m. Friday, They have a league leading “Quality er Braden Mann also were
“(Alabama) is a team that is pretty
Nov. 2, at Humphrey Col- Rush” percentage (rush either results named to the first team.
similar to us in terms of what they are
iseum. It will open the in a first down or greatly increases the
Mississippi State’s Mont-
chances of gaining a first down on the doing offensively and what they are do-
2018-19 season against ez Sweat, a junior defensive
next play) of 62.9 percent, which is 13.8 ing defensively,” MSU coach Julie Darty
Southeast Missouri State percent better than the league average. end, and Ole Miss junior
said. “We are excited to see how this one
at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 6, Led by Rimington Trophy candidate offensive tackle Greg Little
goes. I feel like these Wednesday night
in Starkville. center Elgton Jenkins, State’s offensive
matchups are fun midweek (tests). We were named to the second
n Football team’s offensive line line has helped pave the way for three
receives Joe Moore Award: At New 300-yard rushing games (the most in the have to get in the gym on Tuesday, get team.
York, the No. 22 football team’s offen- SEC and the second most in the Power back to the basics, and get back to what Kentucky junior running
sive line was named Tuesday to the Joe 5). makes us Mississippi State volleyball. back Benny Snell, LSU
Moore Award’s midseason honor roll. n Men’s basketball team’s I think it’s going to be a battle from the senior kicker Cole Tracy,
The award is named in honor of Joe Quinndary Weatherspoon lands on senior, LSU, and Georgia
service line. If we can pass the ball (on
Moore, who was a longtime offensive Jerry West Award Watch List: At
line coach at the collegiate level. Springfield, Massachusetts, Men’s bas- target), get our middles involved, and senior cornerback Deandre
The Bulldogs were one of 14 of- ketball senior guard Quinndary Weath- take some pressure off of our pins, then Baker joined them on the
fensive lines honored by the Joe Moore erspoon was one of 20 players named good things are going to happen.” second team.

COLLEGE GOLF
MSU women take second at rain-shortened Magnolia Invitational
From Special Reports
Roundup the team title with a 5-un- her third collegiate event.
der par 283. Auburn’s Julia Johnson finished
WEST POINT — The Anika Bolcikova claimed tied for 25th (3-over 147)
Mississippi State women’s we look to build off this the individual title with a and led the team in pars
golf team finished second strong showing.” 7-under 137. with 25, including 14
Tuesday after rain forced Freshman Hannah MSU will return to ac- straight on day two.
the cancellation of the fi- Levi tied for third after tion in the Jim West Chal- Ole Miss will return
nal round of the Magnolia carding a career-best lenge on Oct. 28-29 in San to action Saturday at the
Invitational at Old Waver- 3-under par 141. Marcos, Texas. Cardinal Cup in Louis-
ly Golf Club. Sophomore Blair Conner Beth Ball tied ville, Kentucky.
MSU completed a few Stockett also had her best Julie Baker tied for
for 10th (1-under 143) to
holes before the rain set finish with a tie for sixth sixth (2-under 142) for
lead Ole Miss to a fourth-
in. The rain and travel behind a 2-under par 142. Southern Mississippi,
place finish.
plans for some teams Freshman Lauren Miller which placed 14th.
“We were disappointed
caused the final round to joined Levi and Stockett n Agent leads MSU men’s team:
we weren’t able to play the
be called just after 9:15 in putting together her At Killen, Alabama, Five consecutive
a.m. best tournament, carding final round due to weath- birdies on holes 13-17 helped lift Griffin
“We hate that it ended a 1-under par 143 to tie for er, but that is something Agent to a tie for a career-best 10th-
without the opportunity 10th. that is out of our control,” place finish Tuesday at the TVA Commu-
nity Credit Union Invitational.
to play heads up for the Sophomore, Aubree Ole Miss coach Kory Hen-
The sophomore jumped six spots up
title in the final round, Jones tied for 22nd with a kes said. “It shows that the leader board in the final round at the
but weather is beyond 2-over par 146. Before the every round is important par-72, 7,133-yard Turtle Point Yacht and
our control.” MSU coach rain intervened Tuesday, and you have to do your Country Club.
best each time you tee it Agent earned a three-round total
Ginger Brown-Lemm Jones opened her round 2-over 218, and his even 72 Tuesday
said. “Most importantly by holing her 201-yard up. bested a pair of 73s achieved in each
we were ready for this fi- second shot on the par-5 “The Magnolia Invi- of the first two rounds, which took place
nal round. To compete for 15th for an “albatross.” tational is always a great Monday.
a collegiate title is a feat Veterans Athena Yang event that we enjoy host- Sophomore Ben Nelson also shot a
ing. The team has a lot 72 in the final round and closed the tour-
in itself, and being at our and Clara Moyano tied for nament with a 5-over 221.
home course was very 25th with 3-over-par 147 of positives to take away Hunter Hammett and Austin Fulton,
special indeed. This team scorecards. from this tournament and also sophomores, shot 8-over (27th) and
is working very hard and Katie Holt tied for 30th we can take a lot of posi- 9-over par (tied for 28th), respectively.
we are thrilled to have (+4), Kendall Wisenbak- tive energy into Louisville Rollins College’s Morgan Egloff won
the event with a 9-under 208.
competed against and er tied for 45th with Ela this weekend.”
MSU will wrap up the fall season
beat some very strong Grimwood at +7, and Teri Ellen Hutchinson-Kay Oct. 27-28 at the Steelwood Collegiate
teams. With two events Doss tied for 57th. tied for 13th (1-over 145), Invitational at the Steelwood Country
left for this fall season, Kennesaw State won her career best finish in Club in Loxley, Alabama.

game 8: EAST MISSISSIPPI C.C. vs. COAHOMA C.C. Junior College Standings
n WHEN: 7 p.m., Thursday North Division Overall
W L W L PF PA
n WHERE: Sullivan-Windham Field, Scooba East Miss. 4 0 7 0 333 97
n RECORDS: Coahoma 0-7 (0-4 in MACJC North Northwest 3 1 6 1 229 132
Division); EMCC 7-0 (4-0 MACJC North Division) Itawamba 3 2 4 3 239 247
Miss. Delta 3 2 3 4 152 261
n RADIO: WFCA-FM 107.9 (Jason Crowder, Holmes 1 3 3 4 165 232
Jonathan Holmes, Glen Beard) Northeast 1 3 1 6 137 218
n LIVE AUDIO/VIDEO: www.emccathletics.com Coahoma 0 4 0 7 136 269
n NATIONAL RANKINGS: Coahoma — Unranked; EMCC South Division Overall
Hervey Johnson W L W L PF PA
— No. 1 (NJCAA Top 20, JuCo Rivals Dirty Thirty) Jones 4 0 6 1 250 118
n HEAD COACHES: Coahoma — Steven Coahoma (0-7) EMCC (7-0) Co-Lin 4 0 5 2 233 116
Miller (2-23 in third season); EMCC — Buddy L, 44-0 at Jones W, 50-0 hosts Hinds Gulf Coast 2 2 5 2 255 110
L, 46-21 hosts Gulf Coast W, 59-10 at Pearl River Hinds 2 2 4 3 210 191
Stephens (103-13 in 11th season) L, 20-18 at Northeast W, 56-26 at Itawamba East Central 2 2 3 4 162 191
n LAST MEETING: EMCC 72, Coahoma 7 L, 49-28 hosts Itawamba W, 54-13 hosts Delta Pearl River 1 4 1 6 123 251
(10/21/17 in Scooba) L, 27-26 at Miss. Delta W, 24-21 at East Central Southwest 0 5 1 6 111 292
n SERIES STANDINGS: EMCC has won 23 L, 48-19 hosts Hinds W, 34-6 at Northwest WEEK SEVEN RESULTS
L, 35-24 at Coahoma W, 56-21 hosts Holmes EMCC 56, Holmes 21
straight series meetings O. 18 at EMCC O. 18 hosts Coahoma Co-Lin 41, Hinds 27
n STATISTICAL LEADERS: Coahoma — O. 25 hosts Holmes O. 25 at Northeast Gulf Coast 27, East Central 14
Passing: Myron Norfleet 123-for-222, 1,236 Jones 40, Northeast 27
yards, 12 TDs, 6 Ints.; Rushing: Jaylin Jones 97 rushes, 428 yards, 4 TDs, Myron Miss. Delta 34, Itawamba 28
Norfleet 72 rushes, 229 yards, 4 TDs; Receiving: Donnie Corley 40 receptions, 459 Northwest 35, Coahoma 24
yards, 6 TDs, Legend Moore 26 receptions, 276 yards, 3 TDs; Defense: Tony Bowman Pearl River 37, Southwest 9
52 tackles (6 sacks), 1 forced fumble, Will Robinson 37 tackles WEEK EIGHT SCHEDULE
EMCC — Passing: Messiah deWeaver 103-for-149, 1,059 yards, 8 TDs, 2 Ints., Vijay Thursday’s Games
Miller 62-for-103, 851 yards, 8 TDs, 2 Ints.; Rushing: Deon McIntosh 116 rushes, 699 Northeast at Northwest, 6:30 p.m.
Southwest at Itawamba, 6:30 p.m.
yards, 13 TDs, Keon Moore 54 rushes, 349 yards, 3 TDs; Receiving: Kalem
Coahoma at EMCC, 7 p.m.
Reddix 34 receptions, 321 yards, 2 TDs, Dontario Drummond 30 receptions, 504 East Central at Hinds, 7 p.m.
yards, 8 TDs; Defense: Fred Hervey 58 tackles (7.5 for loss), 1 forced fumble, Saturday’s Games
1 fumble recovery, 1 Int., Untareo Johnson 37 tackles (3 for loss) Co-Lin at Jones, 2 p.m.
n FAST FACTS: Final regular-season home game for EMCC ... The Lions are ranked No. 1 Gulf Coast at Pearl River, 2 p.m.
nationally for a ninth-straight ranking this season ... EMCC can clinch MACJC North Miss. Delta at Holmes, 3 p.m.
Division title with win (ninth title in last 11 seasons)

— Scott Walters
The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com Wednesday, October 17, 2018 3B

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Major League Baseball
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6A, Region 2 race has become far more
delightful than first thought.
Prep Football
Friday’s Games
Columbus at Oxford, 7 p.m.
Bellinger’s single Playoffs
LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
(Best-of-seven, x-if necessary)
American League
Boston 2, Houston 1

lifts Dodgers in 13th


All Games on TBS
Starkville’s quest for the region title features New Hope at Jackson Prep, 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 13
a 27-24 loss at Northwest Rankin and a 21-17 Noxapater at West Lowndes, 7 p.m. Houston 7, Boston 2
Sunday, Oct. 14
win at Madison Central. Murrah at Starkville, 7 p.m. Boston 7, Houston 5
Tuesday’s Game
After dusting off Murrah, Starkville has West Point at Grenada, 7 p.m. Boston 8, Houston 2
Noxubee County at Leake Central, 7 p.m. By The Associated Press
Today’s Game
games against Warren Central and Clinton Hamilton at French Camp Academy, 7 p.m.
Boston (Porcello 17-7) at Houston (Morton
15-3), 7:39 p.m.
remaining. A year ago, Warren Central handed Louisville at Kosciusko, 7 p.m. Thursday’s Game
Starkville its lone region loss, while we all LOS ANGELES — By the time Manny Macha- Boston at Houston, 7:09 p.m.
Amory at Caledonia, 7 p.m. x-Saturday’s Game
know how great the Starkville-Clinton rivalry Aberdeen at Houston, 7 p.m. do rounded third base, the Los Angeles Dodgers Houston at Boston, 4:09 p.m.
x-Sunday’s Game
has been throughout the years. Shaw at East Webster, 7 p.m. had already started streaming out of the dugout. Houston at Boston, 6:39 p.m.

The good news is Starkville will enter the Canton Academy at Heritage Academy, 7 p.m. After more than five hours of tension-filled National League
Remaining Games on FS1
Class 6A playoffs battle-tested. The close Starkville Academy at Leake Academy, 7 p.m. baseball, they were certainly eager to celebrate. Milwaukee 2, Los Angeles 2
games will serve the team well when it needs Marshall Academy at Oak Hill Academy, 7 p.m. Cody Bellinger singled home the winning run Friday, Oct. 12
Milwaukee 6, Los Angeles 5
that extra push in the fourth quarter. Deer Creek at Columbus Christian, 7 p.m. with two outs in the 13th inning Saturday, Oct. 13
Los Angeles 4, Milwaukee 3
Also, the strength of Class 6A resides Manchester Academy at Hebron Christian, 7 p.m.
Winston Academy at Winona Christian, 7 p.m.
Roundup Tuesday night to give Los Angeles Monday’s Game
Milewaukee 4, Los Angeles 0
mainly in Starkville’s region. Fighting through a 2-1 victory against the Milwau- Tuesday’s Game
Sumiton Christian at Aliceville, 7 p.m. Los Angeles 2, Milwaukee 1, 13 innings
those wars will strengthen the team when the kee Brewers that tied the Nation- Today’s Game
Gordo at Carbon Hill, 7 p.m. Milwaukee (Miley 5-2) at Los Angeles (Kershaw
calendar hits November. Holt at Lamar County, 7 p.m. al League Championship Series at two games 9-5), 4:05 p.m.
West Point won’t win in walk-over Pickens County at Berry, 7 p.m. apiece. Friday’s Game
Los Angeles at Milwaukee, 7:39 p.m.
West Point won its four playoff games by 134 Lynn at South Lamar, 7 p.m. The slumping Bellinger, who began the night x-Saturday’s Game
Los Angeles at Milwaukee, 8:09 p.m.
points last season. Southern Academy at Pickens Academy, 7 p.m. 1-for-21 in these playoffs, was chased all the way
This year, the Green Wave look to be ready into left field by teammates. Even manager Dave Basketball
to contend for another state championship. Prep Volleyball Roberts ran out to congratulate his outfielder, NBA
Tuesday’s Games
However, the road to the title will be more Mississippi High School Activities Association who got soaked with a Gatorade shower. Boston 105, Philadelphia 87
Golden State 108, Oklahoma City 100
challenging. Class II Playoffs “I think we gave each other a big hug,” Bell- Today’s Games

At 4-0 in MHSAA Class 5A, Region 1 play, Thursday’s Match inger said. “I think it was the first time I ever got
Brooklyn at Detroit, 6 p.m.
Memphis at Indiana, 6 p.m.
West Point likely will have home-field advan- Lewisburg at Caledonia, 6 p.m. mobbed out in the outfield.”
Miami at Orlando, 6 p.m.
Milwaukee at Charlotte, 6 p.m.
tage. The fast start in the region includes a 14- College Football Bellinger laced a full-count pitch from Junior Atlanta at New York, 6:30 p.m.
Cleveland at Toronto, 6:30 p.m.
13 victory against Lafayette and a 34-33 come- Saturday’s Games Guerra into right field to score Machado, who New Orleans at Houston, 7 p.m.
Minnesota at San Antonio, 7:30 p.m.
from-behind victory against Olive Branch. Auburn at Ole Miss, 11 a.m. was nearly picked off second base moments ear- Utah at Sacramento, 9 p.m.
Dallas at Phoenix, 9:30 p.m.
The good news is West Point has been Alabama at Tennessee, 2:30 p.m. lier. Instead, he slid home and touched the plate Denver at L.A. Clippers, 9:30 p.m.
Thursday’s Games
prepared to take other teams’ best shots. Much Mississippi State at LSU, 6 p.m. with his left hand to beat Christian Yelich’s throw Chicago at Philadelphia, 7 p.m.
Miami at Washington, 7 p.m.
like Starkville, playing a pair of tough region UTSA at Southern Miss, 6 p.m. and finally end an October nail-biter that took 5 L.A. Lakers at Portland, 9:30 p.m.
contenders (one on the road) will help give this hours, 15 minutes.
team more resolve when it comes time to make Women’s College Basketball “One of the crazier games, where there’s real-
Football
a playoff push. Sunday’s Game NFL
ly no margin on either side,” Roberts said. “The Thursday’s Game
While Starkville has work to do to move up Faulkner University at Alabama, 3 p.m. bullpen, what they did tonight against a very Denver at Arizona, 7:20 p.m.
Sunday’s Games
to No. 1 in its region, West Point should have no Men’s College Golf good offensive club, my hat’s off to these guys.” Tennessee vs L.A. Chargers at London, UK,
8:30 a.m.
problem running its region winning streak to Friday’s Match It was the fourth extra-inning postseason Minnesota at N.Y. Jets, Noon
Cleveland at Tampa Bay, Noon
27 games and securing another crown. Alabama at U.S. Collegiate Championships game in Dodger Stadium history, and the home Detroit at Miami, Noon
Houston at Jacksonville, Noon
The Class 5A North State field has more (Alpharetta, Georgia) team’s first such win since beating Philadelphia Carolina at Philadelphia, Noon
contenders this season. However, it’s hard to Saturday’s Match in Game 4 of the 1978 NLCS.
New England at Chicago, Noon
Buffalo at Indianapolis, Noon
count the two-time reigning state champs out. Alabama at U.S. Collegiate Championships “It was a great baseball game, it really was,” New Orleans at Baltimore, 3:05 p.m.
L.A. Rams at San Francisco, 3:25 p.m.
Heritage Academy, Starkville Academy are (Alpharetta, Georgia) Yelich said. “Both sides had opportunities and Dallas at Washington, 3:25 p.m.
Cincinnati at Kansas City, 7:20 p.m.
in good shape they were just able to cash one in there at the Open: Seattle, Green Bay, Oakland, Pittsburgh

The biggest mystery of the final week of the Women’s College Golf end.”
Monday’s Game
N.Y. Giants at Atlanta, 7:15 p.m.
MAIS regular season involves where Heritage Friday’s Match
After a quick turnaround, Game 5 in the best- Canadian Football League
Academy and Starkville Academy will be Alabama at Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational Friday’s Game
(Austin, Texas) of-seven series is Wednesday afternoon, with Hamilton at Ottawa, 6 p.m.
slotted when the final power points figures are Wade Miley pitching for the Brewers on three Edmonton at BC, 9 p.m.
Saturday’s Games
released for the season. Men’s College Soccer days’ rest against fellow lefty Clayton Kershaw. Montreal at Toronto, 3 p.m.
Saskatchewan at Calgary, 6 p.m.
Heritage Academy beat Starkville Acade- Saturday’s Match The teams return to Milwaukee for Game 6 on
my 21-7 last week in Starkville to move a step Schedule
Mississippi University for Women at Pensacola Friday. Thursday’s Games
closer to clinching the top spot in the MAIS Christian, 7 p.m. “We lock it in, win one tomorrow, and we feel a
SOUTHWEST
Georgia State at Arkansas State, 6:30 p.m.
Class AAA, Division 2 race. A top-five seed in lot better heading home,” Yelich said. FAR WEST

the field of 16 goes to the district champion. Women’s College Soccer With one out in the 13th, Machado hit a bro-
Stanford at Arizona State, 8 p.m.

Starkville Academy enters its final regular-sea- Thursday’s Matches Friday’s Games
Texas A&M at Alabama, 6 p.m. ken-bat single to left field and went to second on Yale at Penn, 6 p.m.
EAST
son game at No. 6 in the power points — the Ole Miss at Kentucky, 6:30 p.m. Guerra’s wild pitch. With first base open and a FAR WEST
highest spot for a non-district champion. Arkansas at Mississippi State, 7 p.m. struggling Yasmani Grandal on deck followed by
Colorado State at Boise State, 8 p.m.
Air Force at UNLV, 9 p.m.
It will be interesting to see the final num- Friday’s Match the pitcher’s spot, the Brewers chose to pitch to Saturday’s Games
bers and to find where the teams wind up Southern Mississippi at Middle Tennessee State, Bellinger — and it cost them.
EAST
Miami University at Army, 11 a.m.
in the bracket. The question then becomes 7 p.m. n Red Sox 8, Astros 2: At Houston, Jackie
Lafayette at Bucknell, 11 a.m.
Princeton at Harvard, 11 a.m.
how quickly they could face one another in a Bradley Jr. didn’t let his demeanor change this Central State (Ohio) at Robert Morris, 11 a.m.
rematch. The teams have combined to go 15-3 Men’s College Tennis Northwestern at Rutgers, 11 a.m.

Today’s Matches season, even as fans begged Boston to trade him Duquesne at State Francis (Pa.), 11 a.m.
Cincinnati at Temple, 11 a.m.
and have established themselves as favorites in during a miserable first-half slump. North Carolina at Syracuse, 11:20 a.m.
ITA Southern Regional Championships
Class AAA. (Tuscaloosa, Alabama) Bradley stayed steady after the biggest swing
Cornell at Brown, Noon
Sacred Heart at CCSU, Noon
It should make for a fun postseason. Thursday’s Matches of his career, too.
Bryant at Fordham, Noon
Davidson at Marist, Noon
Here’s hoping we will have stories to track ITA Southern Regional Championships Bradley belted a grand slam for his second
Campbell at Monmouth (NJ), Noon
Dartmouth at Columbia, 12:30 p.m.
well into December. (Tuscaloosa, Alabama) big hit in the American League Championship
Lehigh at Georgetown, 1 p.m.
Towson at Albany (NY), 2:30 p.m.
Houston at Navy, 2:30 p.m.
College Volleyball Series, helping the Red Sox beat the Houston Delaware at New Hampshire, 2:30 p.m.
Scott Walters is a sports writer for The Coastal Carolina at Massachusetts, 2:30 p.m.
Today’s Matches Astros on Tuesday for a 2-1 series lead. His low- Rhode Island at Stony Brook, 5 p.m.
Dispatch. He can be reached at swalters@
Mississippi State at Alabama, 6 p.m. key personality was on display as he rounded SOUTH
Auburn at Ole Miss, 11 a.m.
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Judson (Alabama) at Mississippi University for the bases without the hint of a smile. He greeted Virginia at Duke, 11:30 p.m.
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Women, 6 p.m. his screaming, excited teammates at home plate Delaware State at South Carolina State,

EMCC
12:30 p.m.
Friday’s Matches with one small jump and a few high fives. The Citadel at VMI, 12:30 p.m.
ETSU at Wofford, 12:30 p.m.
Southern Mississippi at Florida Atlantic, 6 p.m. “One of my coaches back in the day ... said: Samford at Furman, 1 p.m.
Florida at Ole Miss, 7:30 p.m. ‘No one should ever know whether you’re win-
Idaho State at Liberty, 1 p.m.
Valparaiso at Morehead State, 1 p.m.
Continued from Page 1B ning or losing. Kind of keep the same tempera-
North Carolina Central at Norfolk State, 1 p.m.

on the air
FAU at Marshall, 1:30 p.m.
Grambling State at Alcorn State, 2 p.m.
game. That is huge considering EMCC will ment. That way, it will allow you to put some per- Murray State at Eastern Kentucky, 2 p.m.
North Alabama at Jackson State, 2 p.m.
carry a 31-game home winning streak into spective into things,’” Bradley said. “And I kind
Thursday’s matchup.
Today of took that to heart.”
Arkansas-Pine Bluff at MVSU, 2 p.m.
Charlotte at Middle Tennessee, 2 p.m.
Louisiana-Lafayette at Appalachian State, 2:30 p.m.
GOLF
EMCC has clinched a playoff berth in all 11 9 p.m. — PGA Tour, The CJ Cup at Nine Bridges, Bradley’s slam backed a solid start by Nathan North Carolina State at Clemson, 2:30 p.m.
Wake Forest at Florida State, 2:30 p.m.
seasons under Stephens. Only twice has the first round, at Jeju Island, South Korea, TGC Eovaldi, who hushed Houston a day after some UTEP at Louisiana Tech, 2:30 p.m.
Alabama at Tennessee, 2:30 p.m.
team not played an opening-round game at MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL social media smack talk from Alex Bregman. SMU at Tulane, 2:30 p.m.
Maine at William & Mary, 2:30 p.m.
home. 4 p.m. — National League Championship “We can play at any park,” Eovaldi said. “The North Carolina A&T at Bethune-Cookman, 3 p.m.
Western Carolina at Mercer, 3 p.m.
“We have been fortunate,” Stephens said. Series, Game 5, Milwaukee at L.A. Dodgers, FS1 first game is always the biggest one of any series Tennessee Tech at Tennessee State, 3:30 p.m.
Presbyterian at Charleston Southern, 5 p.m.
“The bigger the game, the better we have 7:30 p.m. — American League Championship when you go on the road.”

Caledonia
Jacksonville at Stetson, 5 p.m.
played over the years. Each week, the goal is to Series, Game 4, Boston at Houston, TBS UCF at East Carolina, 6 p.m.
Mississippi State at LSU, 6 p.m.
become 1-0. As you start adding up those wins, NBA Texas State at Louisiana-Monroe, 6 p.m.
Howard at Morgan State, 6 p.m.
6:30 p.m. — Memphis at Indiana, Fox Sports
it can lead to some big things.” South
Connecticut at South Florida, 6 p.m.
UTSA at Southern Mississippi, 6 p.m.
While EMCC is focused on winning the pro- Continued from Page 1B Rice at FIU, 6:30 p.m.
6:30 p.m. — Atlanta at New York Knicks, Fox Vanderbilt at Kentucky, 6:30 p.m.
gram’s fifth National Junior College Athletic Sports Southeast roles and to play for one another, she said. North Texas at Alabama-Birmingham, 6:30 p.m.
Old Dominion at Western Kentucky, 6:30 p.m.
Association (NJCAA) national championship, 7 p.m. — New Orleans at Houston, ESPN Brooks also believes the trust the players have Abilene Christian at Southeast Louisiana, 7 p.m.
MIDWEST
the immediate goal is to finish a regular season 9:30 p.m. — Dallas at Phoenix, ESPN in each other is tied into the gritty, defensive San Diego at Butler, 11 a.m.
Maryland at Iowa, 11 a.m.
undefeated for the first time since 2015. NHL style her teams have become known for because Michigan at Michigan State, 11 a.m.
Buffalo at Toledo, 11 a.m.
The Lions are well on their way to that goal. 6 p.m. — N.Y. Rangers at Washington, NBC they usually haven’t had a lot of size along the Illinois at Wisconsin, 11 a.m.
EMCC has won 23-straight games against Co- Sports Network front row. She said the move in the past few years Drake at Dayton, Noon
Bowling Green at Ohio, 1 p.m.
ahoma C.C. It will wrap up the regular season 8:30 p.m. — Boston at Calgary, NBC Sports to play bigger schools and programs with stron- Jacksonville State at Southeast Missouri,
1 p.m.
Network
against Northeast Mississippi C.C. (1-6, 1-3). ger volleyball traditions has helped the program Eastern Michigan at Ball State, 2 p.m.
SOCCER Western Michigan at Central Michigan, 2 p.m.
“The goal is to fine-tune some things,” 7 p.m. — 2018 CONCACAF Women’s raise its level. Tennessee-Martin at Eastern Illinois, 2 p.m.
Western Illinois at Missouri State, 2 p.m.
EMCC sophomore quarterback Messiah de- Championship, final, at Frisco, Texas, FS1 “Effort had been a big thing this year,” Brooks Indiana State at Southern Illinois, 2 p.m.
Penn State at Indiana, 2:30 p.m.
Weaver said. “You want to be playing your best WOMEN’S COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL said. She singled out Brown for recently grab- Akron at Kent State, 2:30 p.m.
Illinois State at North Dakota State, 2:30 p.m.
when the playoffs begin. Our last couple of 6 p.m. — Mississippi State at Alabama, ESPNU bing a broom to sweep the basketball court so Minnesota at Nebraska, 2:30 p.m.
games have been pretty good. That means we 7 p.m. — South Carolina at Arkansas, SEC the team could start practice on time. Brooks Memphis at Missouri, 3 p.m.
South Dakota State at Northern Iowa, 4 p.m.
are headed in the right direction.” Network also praised her players for being mentally fo- South Dakota at Youngstown State, 5 p.m.
Ohio State at Purdue, 6:30 p.m.
EMCC topped 50 points for the fifth time cused and for having fun to keep things moving SOUTHWEST

in seven games Saturday with a 56-21 victory


Thursday in the right direction.
Tulsa at Arkansas, 11 a.m.
Oklahoma at TCU, 11 a.m.
BOXING Southern U. vs. Texas Southern, 2 p.m.
against Holmes C.C. on Homecoming. 9 p.m. — Jason Quigley vs. Feddy Hernandez, for Brown said the players haven’t been judgmen- Kansas at Texas Tech, 2:30 p.m.
Sam Houston State at Lamar, 3 p.m.
Weaver won his second-straight start after Quigley’s NABF middleweight title; Eddie Gomez tal or don’t “dog” on each other when someone McNeese State at Incarnate Word, 4 p.m.
Northwestern State at Central Arkansas, 6 p.m.
Vijay Miller went down with an ankle injury in a vs. Shoki Sakai, welterweights, at Indio, makes a mistake. Instead, she said the players Stephen F. Austin at Houston Baptist, 6 p.m.
FAR WEST
24-21 victory against East Central C.C. California, ESPN2 support each other on and off the court. She Northern Arizona at Northern Colorado, 1 p.m.
Against Holmes C.C., deWeaver was 18-for- COLLEGE FOOTBALL points to those bonds as crucial ingredients to Utah State at Wyoming, 1:30 p.m.
Colorado at Washington, 2:30 p.m.
22 for 227 yards and two touchdowns. Deon 6:30 p.m. — Georgia State at Arkansas State, the team’s success. Georgia Southern at New Mexico State, 3 p.m.
California at Oregon State, 3 p.m.
McIntosh eclipsed the 100-yard mark for the ESPNU Maddy Suggs, who is one of the eight juniors, Southern Utah at Idaho, 4 p.m.
Montana State at Weber State, 5 p.m.
third-straight week by rushing for 106 yards 8 p.m. — Stanford at Arizona State, ESPN used passion and selflessness as her most im- UC Davis at Cal Poly, 6:05 p.m.
GOLF Fresno State at New Mexico, 6:30 p.m.
and two touchdowns. portant words behind the team’s success. She, Oregon at Washington State, 6:30 p.m.
5 a.m. — European PGA, Andalucia Valderrama Southern California at Utah, 7 p.m.
“The offense has battled through some inju- Masters, first round, at Sotogrande, Spain, TGC too, agrees trust has been an integral component. North Dakota at Sacramento State, 8 p.m.
San Jose State at San Diego State, 9:30 p.m.
ries and some adversity,” McIntosh said. “Ev- 8:30 a.m. — European PGA, Andalucia “We don’t have to worry about the passers Arizona at UCLA, 9:30 p.m.
erybody is ready to close out the regular season Valderrama Masters, first round, at Sotogrande, passing and we’re not worrying about the hitters Nevada at Hawaii, 10:59 p.m.

on a strong note so we can then try to win a Spain, TGC hitting,” Suggs said. “We all trust each other to Southeastern Conference
East
championship.” 11:30 a.m. — LPGA Tour, Buick LPGA Shanghai, make the plays.”

Conference All Games
W L PF PA W L PF PA
EMCC owns three wins against ranked op- first round, at Shanghai (same-day tape), TGC Kennedy Lambert was one of the Lady Con- Florida
Georgia
4 1 140 100 6 1 241 116
4 1 179 107 6 1 273 114
ponents. The MACJC playoffs should provide 9 p.m. — PGA Tour, The CJ Cup at Nine Bridges, federates who used trust as one of her two most Kentucky 3 1 93 53 5 1 176 83
S. Carolina
2 3 124 140 3 3 173 155
two more ranked opponents. That will only second round, at Jeju Island, South Korea, TGC important words. Along with passion and under- Tennessee 1 2 63 109 3 3 160 152

strengthen EMCC’s case to be the nation’s top- MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL standing, Lambert said all of the words used by
Missouri
Vanderbilt
0 3 74 119 3 3 205 183
0 3 54 115 3 4 178 181
7 p.m. — American League Championship West
ranked team. Series, Game 5, Boston at Houston, TBS
her teammates and manager Zoe Hansen have Conference All Games
W L PF PA W L PF PA
The latest NJCAA rankings feature three un- NBA created a chemistry she hopes will be strong Alabama 4 0 211 71 7 0 375 106
LSU 3 1 122 80 6 1 224 118
defeated teams. 7 p.m. — Chicago at Philadelphia, TNT enough to push the team into the second round Texas A&M 3 1 93 99 5 2 226 144
“We did it the hard way last year (five-straight 9:30 p.m. — L.A. Lakers at Portland, TNT of the playoffs. Ole Miss 1 2 60 140 5 2 291 246
Miss. St. 1 2 36 50 4 2 186 76
wins after being upset at Northwest Mississippi NFL “It’s a team sport, and one person can’t win Auburn 1 3 88 78 4 3 196 116
Arkansas 0 4 84 160 1 6 183 258
C.C.),” Akins said. “It’s never easy, but we have 7:20 p.m. — Denver at Arizona, WLOV, NFL the game, so we have to trust each other and Saturday’s Games
helped ourselves more this year. We are begin- Network know if you make one mistake your team will be Tulsa at Arkansas, 11 a.m. (SEC Network)
Auburn at Ole Miss, 11 a.m. (ESPN)
ning to peak at the right time.” WOMEN’S COLLEGE SOCCER there to pick you up,” Lambert said. Alabama at Tennessee, 2:30 p.m. (WCBI)
Memphis at Missouri, 3 p.m. (SEC Network)
Follow Dispatch sports writer Scott 6 p.m. — Texas A&M at Alabama, SEC Network Follow Dispatch sports editor Adam Minichino Mississippi State at LSU, 6 p.m. (ESPN)
Vanderbilt at Kentucky, 6:30 p.m.
Walters on Twitter @dispatchscott on Twitter @ctsportseditor (SEC Network)
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“I think it’s his attitude more in a mirror; my left bicep is no- mind-set.
than anything. Some kids come “I think it’s his attitude more than anything. ticeably bigger than my right Lemonis said most of Price’s
back and they’re scared. He
doesn’t seem to have any fear
Some kids come back and they’re scared. He one.”
While Price’s right arm was
work in fall practice came in
sessions with pitching coach
in him,” MSU coach Chris Le-
monis said. “It’s all about baby
doesn’t seem t have any fear in him.” still immobilized, he did every-
thing possible — weighted pull- Scott Foxhall. He said he sat in
steps in that world, and each downs, tricep extensions, etc — on some of those sessions. He
Mississippi State baseball coach Chris Lemonis
week we’ve gotten, for the most with his left arm. When he was hopes a productive winter will
part, good reports.” able to move his right arm, he help Price move closer to being
Price has tried to main- World Series. He spent three to crush lower half.” started the same weight train- ready for the spring. The coach-
tain that demeanor through a four days a week in the weight The progress on the upper ing regimen to balance his arm es know Price will do what’s re-
months-long workout process room doing physical therapy so body was a little slower. strength. quired to get there because he
that would test the resolve of he would be ready to re-join his “Doing a bicep curl for the Price never was one to shy
any player. teammates in the fall. He hated first time, I thought my elbow away from the weight room, but has worked through pain and
Before a pitcher gets clear- he couldn’t be with the team, was going to rip in half,” Price the time he spent there working stayed focused for nine months.
ance to pick up a baseball after but he didn’t mind the weight said of his right arm, his pitch- in his rehabilitation gave him a “You watch him do his work
surgery, he goes through weeks room because it gave him some- ing arm. “I was on the weakest new appreciation for how hard — his weight room, his run-
of challenging lifting and condi- where to go and something to band they had and only did athletes have to work to realize ning, his deal — and that’s the
tioning to tune the parts of the take his mind off what he was about three or four of them, but their potential. exciting part about him,” Lem-
body unaffected by the surgery missing. after a couple weeks of doing “The human body isn’t made
onis said. “I know he’s a tough
and to regain strength in those The exercise bike and leg it, I started getting stronger, of steel,” Price said.
impacted by it. press machine served as dis- and now I’m throwing weight But the body doesn’t have kid.”
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Comics & Puzzles


DILBERT
Dear Abby
D
EAR ABBY: nial, you may be illness isn’t contagious. As
My husband feeling a bit inse- long as Evangeline is on her
has an cure, and if your medication, she poses no
extensive sexual husband is telling threat to your children. Is it
history. He has you that you’re beyond the realm of possibility
had sex with more coming across that these encounters with
than 80 partners. as controlling, her ARE actually unplanned?
All the encounters that is the way Sometimes people — myself
were when he was he perceives included — get into the habit of
in high school and it. “Liking” the patronizing certain restaurants
in his early 20s. Facebook posts because they are nearby and
Most were one- of someone you serve reliably good food. It’s
ZITS night stands with
female friends.
haven’t seen in
decades isn’t in-
easy to fall into a comfortable
pattern.
When we viting the person Because you feel so strong-
met, he was to have an affair. ly about these encounters, tell
honest, and I was If I were you, I’d your parents you prefer they
understanding.
Dear Abby calm down. take your children to places
He didn’t keep DEAR ABBY: your sister doesn’t frequent.
in touch with any of those How do I get across to my However, if they persist in
females (pre-Facebook). But parents that I don’t want them “pushing her on,” as you put it,
now he’s friends with several of exposing my minor children to then you may have to consider
them on Facebook, and while my mentally ill sister? “Evange- restricting your parents’ visits
he doesn’t “talk” to them, he line” is bipolar, has borderline with the grandkids to situations
comments and “likes” many personality disorder and some- you can control.
of their posts. This makes me times acts out in public. They DEAR ABBY: Can you tell me
uncomfortable because I don’t know how strongly I feel about why women wear high-heeled
GARFIELD feel that past sexual partners
should be part of one’s life
this but find ways to expose
my children to her anyway. My
shoes? I cannot think of any
benefits women derive from
once someone is married. I’m kids don’t want to be around wearing them. Is it because
not jealous or insecure, I just Evangeline, but my parents they think high heels make
think it’s disrespectful. Am I continue to push her on them. their legs look more attractive,
controlling? — ANXIOUS IN I’ll give you an example: They’ll because it’s the fashion or
ARIZONA take the kids out to dinner and some other reason? — BAF-
DEAR ANXIOUS: Your “bump into her unplanned” at FLED AND CONFUSED
husband was certainly active. a restaurant. I don’t know what DEAR BAFFLED: Not only do
Was he also able to keep his else I can do other than tell high heels make the legs and
grade point up? You say he has them I don’t like it. But when ankles look more attractive,
been honest with you about his I do, they refuse to listen and when a person wears them
sexual history. Nowhere in your get upset when my kids tell me they appear to be a few pounds
letter have you indicated that they saw her. Please advise. — lighter because they look
there has been any infidelity. I LOOKING OUT FOR MY KIDS taller. THAT’S why! (Guilty as
suspect that in spite of your de- DEAR LOOKING: Mental charged.)
CANDORVILLE
Horoscopes
TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (Oct. entire team. how badly you want it.
17). It’s a nonstop learning pro- TAURUS (April 20-May 20). LEO (July 23-Aug. 22).
cess this year. As soon as you You can theorize all the livelong People may wear a familiar
master one area, you’ll move on day, but you’ll never know what face as they listen to you, but
to the next. At this rate, you’ll will happen until you try it out in you never quite know how they
soon be at the top of your field real life. Your cosmic gift of the are processing the information
of interest. Other delights of day is the guts to jump in and internally. That’s why it will be
the solar return will include a put your ideas to the test. important to ask questions and
visit from afar, unexpectedly GEMINI (May 21-June 21). be alert to cues.
generous gifts sprinkled through There are things important VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept.
the seasons and fun updates enough to do whatever the odds 22). People working things out
to your domestic scene. Gemini are of succeeding. When it’s a together – it’s a form of love,
BABY BLUES and Leo adore you. Your lucky matter of right and wrong, the or maybe it just is love. That’s
numbers are: 6, 1, 27, 38 and odds are irrelevant. As for the what you’ll get today, and even
31. rest, it’s only smart to look at better, you’ll appreciate it.
ARIES (March 21-April 19). the statistics. Special connections: Gemini
Since most work will be done CANCER (June 22-July 22). and Libra.
by, through and with the coop- Unless you disrupt the tenden- LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23).
eration of people, anything you cy, you’ll drift into a comfortable Pay attention to how other peo-
do to enhance your individual pattern. This may not be a bad ple pay attention. It will tell you
effectiveness will positively thing; it just depends on what what you need to know about
impact the performance of the you really want for yourself and how to plan your next move.
There are no bad positions, but
there are some that are easier
to navigate than others.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov.
21). You care about relation-
BEETLE BAILEY ships more than you care about
being right, and these things go
together very, very well. Com-
passion, softness and tolerance
are what will hold you in good
stead today.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-
Dec. 21). You needn’t fear the
change that’s on the horizon.
You’re adaptable, and you will
quickly figure out what’s in it
for you. It’s right to be a little
selfish about this. You need to
get a sure footing before you
can help others.
MALLARD FILLMORE CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19). Try and concentrate
exclusively on what you want to
happen. Giving any attention to
what you don’t want will only dif-
fuse your power to make good
things happen.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
18). The challenge on the table
will take a certain amount of
physical ability and a whole lot
more brain-wringing concen-
tration. You’re gifted in both
areas, and you should have no
problem.
FAMILY CIRCUS PISCES (Feb. 19-March
20). Natural talent can only
take a person so far. It is
better not to rely on gifts and
to instead put in the work,
because then you know how to
get results and you can repeat
the process.

Positive attitude
SOLUTION:
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THE DISPATCH n CDISPATCH.COM n WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2018

An Oktoc tradition

Carl Tremblay/America’s Test Kitchan via AP


This lighter turkey meatloaf gets a
double coat of brown sugar-glaze
for extra flavor.

Our turkey
meatloaf
offers a
lighter take
on the classic
Jan Swoope/Dispatch Staff BY AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN
Larry Box of Starkville dips Brunswick stew from a 50-gallon pot Saturday at the Oktoc Country Store event south

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of Starkville. Fellow volunteers Austin Check and Mike Lightsey keep the stew stirred. The annual fall fest is orga- on’t overlook the benefits
nized by the Oktoc Community Club and Oktoc Garden Club.
of a good meatloaf; though
humble, it can be just the

Brunswick stew is just one thing for a comforting meal, and


leftovers make great sandwiches.
Turkey meatloaf offers a lighter

highlight of this day in the country take on the classic, but because
store-bought ground turkey is
fine and pasty, it often comes out
dense and mushy. To fix this, we
BY JAN SWOOPE
jswoope@cdispatch.com
exchanged the usual bread panade
for quick oats, which added some

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oday most of us take “instant chew and opened up the loaf’s
access” for granted — to texture.
people, places and infor- Cornstarch, Parmesan, butter,
mation. Thanks to one device or and egg yolks enriched the tur-
another, be it a car or an iAnything, key’s thin juices and added more
we seldom feel isolated in the true body. Because turkey’s mild flavor
sense of the word. There was a is easily overwhelmed, we kept the
time, however, when those living other add-ins modest. Instead, we
in rural areas were more secluded, gave our meatloaf a double coat of
when poor roads and slow trans- glaze, letting the first dry in the
portation kept families closer to the oven so the second would adhere.
homestead. That’s when commu- Baking our loaf free-form
nity clubs forming in the 1920s permitted more space for glazing.
and 1930s offered opportunities to Do not use 99 percent lean ground
socialize and share information, to turkey. The pinch of baking soda
hear speakers, see the neighbors helps the onions soften quickly.
and catch up. Oktoc Community Three tablespoons of rolled oats,
Club still does. chopped fine, can be substituted
Remarkably, the club that for the quick oats; do not use steel-
formed in 1927 still meets on the cut oats.
second Friday of each month for a See Meatloaf, 6B
program and potluck dinner. And
for the past 48 years, the Commu- Jan Swoope/Dispatch Staff
nity Club and Oktoc Garden Club, Three-year-old Katherine Bassett of Starkville plays Pumpkin Ring Toss
which was formed in 1923, have at the Oktoc Country Store as her grandmother, Suzanne Tribble of
hosted the Oktoc Country Store — Starkville, looks on.
an autumn day in the country, with
a bake sale, silent auction, quilt peanut tent. The District Five Jason Honnoll chairs the team A meaty bistro
raffle, kids’ games and a Bruns-
wick stew. This year’s event was
Saturday.
Volunteer Fire Department’s shiny
red fire engine was nearby, ready
for children to explore. The Amer-
that makes the stew
annually. Honnoll
grew up in Columbus
classic tart that is as
Children clamored over big,
round hay bales and played Pump-
ican flag waving overhead had 48
stars; it’s original to the building, a
and married into the
Oktoc community in
refined as it is rich
kin Ring Toss while parents visited revered piece of club history. 2006 when he wed BY AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN
outside and inside the circa mid- As midday grew closer, a steady Courtney Kennard.

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1800s church and former school stream of hungry folk made their “The stew begins his bistro classic is as
that is home to the Community way down the grassy slope from with 85 pounds J. Honnoll refined as it is rich. We kept
Club, about nine miles south of the former church to a metal shed. of venison,” said the filling onion-forward by
Starkville. There, they lined up for some sig- Honnoll, explaining that he’s the cooking the strands in rendered
A trio on banjo, guitar and nature Country Store Brunswick “woods-to-table guy.” The veni- bacon fat and stirring them into a
stand-up bass played just outside stew, by the plate, quart, half-gallon son is from his freezer, harvested light custard. Use yellow or white
the building, next to the boiled and even gallon. See Oktoc Country Store, 6B onions here; sweet onions will
make the tart too sweet. Use a
9-inch tinned-steel tart pan.
See Tart, 6B

These creamy scalloped potatoes boast a browned, cheesy crust


BY AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN the risk of raw potatoes in the 2 cloves garlic, minced
finished dish. 4 pounds russet potatoes, peeled and

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cut into 1/8-inch-thick slices
n our experience, most A sprinkling of cheddar 3 cups heavy cream
recipes for scalloped potatoes cheese and a mere 20 minutes 1 cup whole milk
take hours of work yet still in the oven were enough to pro- 4 sprigs fresh thyme
produce unevenly cooked pota- duce an appealingly browned, 2 bay leaves
cheesy crust. Russet potatoes, 2 teaspoons salt
toes in a heavy, curdled sauce. 1/2 teaspoon pepper
This version is faster than most thinly sliced, gave us neat layers This recipe
4 ounces cheddar cheese, shredded below from
and produces layer upon layer with the best texture and flavor. (about 1 cup)
For the fastest and most consis- “Holiday En-
of thinly sliced, tender pota- tertaining”
toes, creamy sauce and nicely tent results, slice the potatoes in n Heat oven to 350 F. Melt butter in
large Dutch oven over medium-high for scal-
a food processor.
browned, cheesy crust. heat. Add onion and sauté until it loped pota-
Simmering the potatoes turns soft and begins to brown, about toes cuts
briefly in heavy cream thinned SCALLOPED POTATOES 4 minutes. Add garlic and sauté until
fragrant, about 30 seconds.
the cooking
time and de-
out with milk before moving the Servings: 8-10
n Add potatoes, cream, milk, thyme livers even-
production into a baking dish Start to finish: 1 hour
sprigs, bay leaves, salt, and pepper ly-cooked
cut the cooking time signifi- 2 tablespoons unsalted butter and bring to simmer. Cover, adjusting potatoes.
cantly while also eliminating 1 small onion, chopped fine See Potatoes, 6B Joe Keller/America’s Test Kitchen via AP
6B Wednesday, OCTOBER 17, 2018 The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com

Stout beer adds richness to this gingerbread bundt cake


BY AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN their flavor, but tasters still recipe. An equal amount of 3/4 cup robust or full molasses n Transfer batter to prepared pan
wanted more ginger. A bit of orange or lemon juice can be 3/4 cup stout beer and smooth top with rubber spatula.

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n our opinion, gingerbread grated fresh ginger added substituted for the ginger ale in Glaze:
Gently tap pan on counter to release
is only worth eating if its another layer of heat that the the glaze. 1 3/4 cups (7 ounces) confectioners’ air bubbles. Bake until skewer insert-
flavor is unmistakably bold dried spice alone couldn’t sugar ed in center comes out clean, about
and spicy. For our gingerbread muster. And another tradition- 3 tablespoons ginger ale 45 minutes, rotating pan halfway
bundt cake, the standard liquid ally savory ingredient, black BOLD AND SPICY 1 teaspoon ground ginger through baking. Let cake cool in pan
on wire rack set in rimmed baking
combination of mild molasses pepper, added a mild bite that GINGERBREAD BUNDT CAKE n For the cake: Adjust oven rack to sheet for 20 minutes. Invert cake
and water seemed lackluster. further enhanced the ginger Servings: 12 middle position and heat oven to 375
Robust molasses had more flavor. Start to finish: 1 hour 45 minutes F. Spray 12-cup nonstick Bundt pan onto rack, remove pan, and let cool
with baking spray with flour. Whisk completely, about 2 hours.
presence in our scaled-up cake, We used the glaze as one
Cake: flour, baking powder, baking soda, n For the glaze: Whisk sugar, ginger
and we replaced the water with final opportunity to turn up the 2 1/2 cups (12 1/2 ounces) all-pur- and salt together in bowl. ale, and ginger together in bowl until
stout for a deeper flavor profile. heat by mixing a little ground pose flour n Melt butter in medium saucepan smooth. Drizzle glaze over cooled
The beer gave the cake a malty ginger in with the confection- 2 teaspoons baking powder over medium heat. Stir in ground gin- cake and let set, about 15 minutes,
tang that tasters loved. Pow- ers’ sugar and adding a few 3/4 teaspoon baking soda ger, cinnamon, allspice, and pepper
3/4 teaspoon salt and cook until fragrant, about 30 before serving. (Cake can be stored
dered ginger provided a spicy tablespoons of ginger ale to 16 tablespoons unsalted butter at room temperature for up to 2
seconds. Remove from heat and let
kick, and a little cinnamon thin the glaze to just the right 2 tablespoons ground ginger butter mixture cool slightly. days.)
and allspice contributed warm consistency. Guinness is the 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon n Whisk eggs, sugar, and fresh Nutrition information per serving:
notes. test kitchen’s preferred brand 1 teaspoon ground allspice ginger together in large bowl until 487 calories; 148 calories from fat;
Blooming the spices in of stout for this cake. 1/4 teaspoon pepper light and frothy. Stir in melted butter
4 large eggs, room temperature mixture, molasses, and beer until
17 g fat (10 g saturated; 1 g trans
melted butter — a technique Be sure to use finely ground 1 1/2 cups (10 1/2 ounces) granu- incorporated. Add flour mixture to fats); 111 mg cholesterol; 214 mg
the test kitchen uses for savory black pepper here. Do not use lated sugar egg mixture and whisk until no lumps sodium; 80 g carbohydrate; 1 g fiber;
spiced dishes — intensified blackstrap molasses in this 4 teaspoons grated fresh ginger remain. 58 g sugar; 5 g protein.

Tart
Continued from Page 5B
through root end and cut pieces and sprinkle evenly in to prevent burning. Fill with to 25 minutes, rotating pan
FRENCH ONION crosswise into 1/4 inch slices pan. Working outward from pie weights and bake until top
n Add onions, salt and thyme
sprig to skillet. Cover and halfway through baking.
AND BACON TART 3/4 teaspoon salt
1 sprig fresh thyme
center, press dough into even
layer, sealing any cracks.
edge of dough just starts to
color and surface no longer
cook until onions release
liquid and start to wilt, about
n Transfer sheet to wire rack
and let tart cool for at least 10
Servings: 6-8 2 large eggs Working around edge, press looks wet, about 30 minutes. minutes. Remove outer metal
Start to finish: 2 hours, 15 10 minutes. Reduce heat to
1/2 cup half-and-half dough firmly into corners, up Remove foil and weights. low and continue to cook, ring of tart pan, slide thin
minutes 1/4 teaspoon pepper sides of pan, and into fluted Return sheet to oven and covered, until onions are very metal spatula between tart
ridges. Use your thumb to lev- continue to bake until tart soft, about 20 minutes longer, and pan bottom, and carefully
Crust: n Spray 9 inch tart pan with el off top edge of dough. Use shell is golden brown, 5 to 10 stirring once or twice (if after slide tart onto platter. Serve
1 1/4 cups (6 1/4 ounces) removable bottom with vegeta- excess dough to patch any minutes longer. Set sheet with 15 minutes onions look wet, warm or at room temperature.
all-purpose flour ble oil spray. Pulse flour, sugar holes. Lay plastic wrap over tart shell on wire rack. Do not uncover and continue to cook n To make ahead: Cooled tart
1 tablespoon sugar and salt in food processor dough and smooth out any turn off oven. 5 minutes longer). Remove can be refrigerated wrapped
1/2 teaspoon salt until combined, about 4 puls- bumps or shallow areas. Place n Meanwhile, cook bacon in pan from heat and let onions in plastic wrap for up to 3
8 tablespoons unsalted es. Scatter butter over top and dough-lined pan on plate and 12-inch nonstick skillet over cool 5 minutes. days. Reheat on baking sheet
butter, cut into 1/2 inch cubes pulse until mixture resembles freeze for 30 minutes. medium heat until crispy, 5 n Whisk eggs, half-and-half, in 325 F oven for 10 to 15
and chilled coarse sand, about 15 pulses. n Adjust oven rack to middle to 7 minutes. Using slotted and pepper together in large minutes.
2-3 tablespoons ice water Add 2 tablespoons ice water position and heat oven to spoon, transfer bacon to bowl. Discard thyme sprig. Nutrition information per
and process until clumps form 375 F. Place frozen tart shell paper towel-lined plate. Pour Stir onions into egg mixture serving: 283 calories; 163
Filling: and no powdery bits remain, on baking sheet. Spray piece off all but 2 tablespoons fat until just incorporated. Spread calories from fat; 18 g fat (10
4 slices bacon, cut into 1/4 about 5 seconds, adding up to of extra-wide heavy-duty from skillet (if you do not have onion mixture over tart shell g saturated; 1 g trans fats);
inch pieces 1 tablespoon more ice water if aluminum foil with vegetable 2 tablespoons fat, add vegeta- and sprinkle bacon evenly over 92 mg cholesterol; 418 mg
Vegetable oil dough will not form clumps. oil spray and gently press ble oil as needed to make this top. Bake tart on sheet until sodium; 25 g carbohydrate; 2
1 1/2 pounds onions, halved n Tear dough into walnut-size against dough, covering edges amount). center feels firm to touch, 20 g fiber; 6 g sugar; 6 g protein.

Oktoc Country Store


Continued from Page 5B
during the last hunting One person on hand until next fall. The Com- Salt and pepper, to taste broth; add all other ingredi- ideal for cooking this stew. If
season for the purpose. to enjoy the stew was munity Club’s monthly Hot water (much water evapo- ents and cook together very you want a quality product,
“Then we add 50 one of, if not the, old- meetings and potluck rates in long-time cooking and slowly for at least 10 hours, use quality ingredients.
it’s necessary to add water all stirring to prevent scorching. (Source: This recipe was de-
pounds of pork, 50 est Community Club dinners will resume. In along) Add water as needed and
pounds of beef and 50 member, 100-year-old earlier times, the speak- veloped at least 25 years ago
cook until each vegetable has
pounds of cooked chick- Boswell Kennard. He’s ers often brought news by trial and error by Allison
n Cut all meats except chick- lost its identity. Long, slow
en,” he said. Honnoll Courtney Kennard on agricultural develop- ens into cubes no larger than cooking is essential for a de- “Preacher” White and some of
grinds all the meat to Honnoll’s grandfather. ments and homemaking. 1 inch. Boil meals and chick- sirable finished product. Taste his hunting buddies. It is the
a coarse chili grind. It They weren’t the only ens in water to cover until occasionally to see if addition- established recipe for making
Today, the topics run the
tender. Remove from bones. al seasoning is needed. Brunswick stew for the Oktoc
cooks through the night multi-generational family gamut from digital pho-
n Combine all meats with Note: Large black pots are Country Store.)
prior to Country Store Saturday, by any means. tography to alligators at
day. There are often third, the Noxubee Refuge. The
By 4 a.m. Saturday, fourth, fifth and even tradition adapts, but it’s
cook crew members sixth generations of Ok- still all about neighborly
were on hand to make it toc families represented. access.
all come together. That “This is our way to
included adding lima give back to other groups
beans, okra, rice, toma- in our OKTOC COUNTRY STORE
toes, diced potatoes and commu- BRUNSWICK STEW
creamed corn, plus other nity,” said Adapted to make 3-5 gallons
ingredients for flavoring. Courtney
This all took place in Honnoll of 1 pound beef
2/3 pound chicken (fat hens
an impressive assort- the annual preferred)
ment of huge cook pots, fest that 2/3 pound pork shoulder,
including a 50-gallon vat. has helped cubed
Volunteers man the pad- fund the C. Honnoll 1 pound deer
dles, continually stirring Volunteer 1 quart tomato pieces and
juice
stew heated by burners Fire Department, among 1 quart butter beans
underneath the pots. other organizations. It 1 quart cream style corn
“As long as you’ve got also helps the Commu- 1 quart tomato catsup
that fire lit, you’ve gotta nity Club maintain its 1 quart sliced okra
keep it moving,” Honnoll building and grounds, en- 1/2 pound rice
1/2 cup apple cider vinegar
said. suring they will be there 2/3 pound Irish potatoes,
If there’s a “secret in- for the next generation. cubed
gredient,” the crew chief Another Country 1/2 pound onions, chopped
said it might be the five Store is now in the books. 1 ounce Tabasco sauce
2 ounces Lea & Perrins
pounds of butter added All the hefty cook pots Worcestershire sauce
just an hour before the have been washed down, 1 tablespoon butter (unless
stew is served. oiled, covered and put up fat is provided by meat)

Meatloaf
Continued from Page 5B
about 5 minutes; set aside.
TURKEY MEATLOAF n Adjust oven rack to up-
per-middle position and heat n Stir egg yolks and mustard
Servings: 4-6 into cooled onion mixture until
Start to finish: 2 hours oven to 350 F. Line wire rack
with aluminum foil and set in well combined. Add turkey,
rimmed baking sheet. Melt Parmesan, parsley, and oat
Meatloaf: mixture and, using your hands,
3 tablespoons unsalted butter butter in 10-inch skillet over
low heat. Stir baking soda into mix until well combined.
Pinch baking soda Transfer turkey mixture to
1/2 onion, chopped fine melted butter. Add onion and
1/4 teaspoon salt, increase center of prepared rack. Using
Salt and pepper your wet hands, shape into
1 garlic clove, minced heat to medium, and cook,
stirring frequently, until onion 9-by-5-inch loaf. Using pastry
1 teaspoon minced fresh brush, spread half of glaze
thyme is softened and beginning to
evenly over top and sides of
2 tablespoons Worcestershire brown, 3 to 4 minutes. meatloaf. Bake meatloaf for
sauce n Add garlic and thyme and 40 minutes.
3 tablespoons quick oats cook until fragrant, about 1 n Brush remaining glaze onto
2 teaspoons cornstarch minute. Stir in Worcester- top and sides of meatloaf
2 large egg yolks shire and continue to cook and continue to bake until
2 tablespoons Dijon mustard until slightly reduced, about thermometer inserted into
2 pounds of 85 percent or 93 1 minute longer. Transfer meatloaf registers 160 F,
percent lean ground turkey onion mixture to large bowl 35 to 40 minutes longer. Let
1 ounce Parmesan cheese, and set aside. Combine oats, meatloaf cool for 20 minutes
grated (1/2 cup) cornstarch, 3/4 teaspoon salt, before slicing and serving.
1/3 cup chopped fresh parsley and 1/2 teaspoon pepper in Nutrition information per serv-
second bowl. ing: 341 calories; 157 calories
Glaze: n Whisk all ingredients in from fat; 18 g fat (6 g satu-
1 cup ketchup small saucepan until sugar rated; 0 g trans fats); 172 mg
1/4 cup packed brown sugar dissolves. Bring mixture to cholesterol; 793 mg sodium;
21/2 teaspoons cider vinegar simmer over medium heat and 20 g carbohydrate; 1 g fiber;
1/2 teaspoon hot sauce cook until slightly thickened, 15 g sugar; 26 g protein.

Potatoes
Continued from Page 5B
heat as necessary to maintain light simmer, thickened and is bubbling around sides and
and cook until potatoes are almost tender top is golden brown, about 20 minutes. Let
(paring knife can be slipped into and out of cool for 5 minutes before serving.
center of potato slice with some resistance), Nutrition information per serving: 462 calories;
about 15 minutes. 302 calories from fat; 34 g fat (21 g saturat-
n Discard thyme sprigs and bay leaves. Trans- ed; 1 g trans fats); 119 mg cholesterol; 577
fer potato mixture to 3-quart baking dish and mg sodium; 35 g carbohydrate; 3 g fiber; 5 g
sprinkle with cheese. Bake until cream has sugar; 9 g protein.
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suant to powers vested not exist at the time of
P.O. Box 511 • 516 Main Street JN8AF5MR8CT106048 COURT OF LOWNDES
COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI
COLUMBUS, MS
39705. In the event of
ecuted by JOHN W. HAR- in the undersigned by service of this notice of All that certain property
default and foreclosure situated in the County
RIS, VELICIA A. HARRIS, the Single Family DEED
Columbus, MS 39701 2004 Nissan Xterra any discrepancy conveying certain real OF TRUST Foreclosure sale, or all amounts due of Lowndes, and State
VIN# IN THE MATTER OF between this street ad- property therein de- Act of 1994 (“the Act”), under the deed of trust of Mississippi, being de-

DEADLINES
5N1ED28T74C600955 DORA ADAMS BY AND dress and the legal de- scribed to JAMES 12 U.S.C. 3741 et seq., agreement are tendered scribed as follows:
THROUGH scription of the prop- HOUSE OR BILL R. by 24 CFR Part 27, Sub- to the Foreclosure Com-
If the vehicles above are YULONDA ADAMS erty, the legal descrip- MCLAUGHLIN, as Trust- part B, and by the Sec- missioner, in the form Lot 192 in Chilcutt Sub-
(Deadlines subject to change.) not claimed they will be ROBERTSON, ON BE- tion shall control. ee, for UNION PLANT- retary’s designation of of a certified or division, 3rd Extension,
put up for sale to the HALF OF THE ESTATE ERS BANK, NA, Original the undersigned as cashier’s check pay- a Subdivision of
For Placing/Canceling highest and best OF DORA ADAMS AS Title to the above de- Beneficiary, to secure Foreclosure Commis- able to the Secretary of Lowndes County, Mis-
WELL AS ALL WRONG-
Classified Line Ads: Bidder for cash at 10
a.m. on the 30th day of FUL DEATH
scribed property is be-
lieved to be good, but I
the indebtedness
therein described, as
sioner, by instrument re-
corded on September 4,
HUD, before public auc- sissippi, as shown by
tion of the property is plat recorded in Plat
Sunday .................. Thursday 3:00 p.m. November 2018 at BENEFICIARIES will convey only such same appears of re- 2018 in Bk: Deed completed. Book 2, Page 69 in the
Monday.................... Friday 12:00 p.m. Columbus Nissan Inc., title as is vested in me cord in the office of the 2018, Page 6479, Office of the Chancery
100 Hwy 12 East, NO. 2015-0119-HJD as Substitute Trustee. Chancery Clerk of aforesaid records, no- The amount that must Clerk of Lowndes
Tuesday.................Monday 12:00 p.m. Columbus, MS 39702. Lowndes County, Mis- tice is hereby given that be paid if the DEED OF County, Mississippi.
SUMMONS BY PUBLICA- THIS LAW FIRM IS AT- sissippi filed and recor- on October 31, 2018, TRUST is to be rein-
Wednesday ........... Tuesday 12:00 p.m. Publish: 10/10/18, TION ON PETITION TO TEMPTING TO COLLECT ded June 2, 2004, in between the hours of stated prior to the Being the property con-
Thursday ........ Wednesday 12:00 p.m. 10/17/18, 10/24/18 DETERMINE HEIRS-AT- A DEBT. ANY INFORMA- Deed Book 2004, Page 11:00 A.M. and 4:00 scheduled sale is veyed in Warranty Deed
LAW AND WRONGFUL TION OBTAINED WILL 16060; and P.M., local time, all real $175,000.00 as of Oc- from National City, As
Friday .................. Thursday 12:00 p.m. DEATH BENEFECIARIES BE USED FOR THAT and personal property at tober 31, 2018, plus all Trustee for the Re-
LEGAL NOTICES must be PURPOSE. WHEREAS, the benefi- or used in connection other amounts that gistered Holders or
TO: ALL KNOWN AND with the following de- would be due under the Credit Suisse First Bo-
submitted 3 business days prior to UNKNOWN HEIRS AT 428 North Lamar Blvd,
cial interest of said
Deed of Trust was trans- scribed premises (“the deed of trust agree- ston Mortgage Securit-
first publication date LAW OF DORA ADAMS, Suite 107 ferred and assigned to Property”) will be sold at ment if payments under ies Corp. Home Equity
- IN THE CHANCERY DECEASED WHOSE Oxford, MS 38655 REGIONS BANK SUC- public auction to the the deed of trust had Loan Tr to Shaneta K.
COURT OF LOWNDES
• Please read your ad on the first day of COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI
NAMES AND AD- rubinlublin.com/prop- CESSOR BY MERGER highest bidder: not been accelerated, Blanche, dated
DRESSES ARE UN- erty-listing TO UNION PLANTERS advertising costs and 05/25/2004, recorded
publication. We accept responsibility KNOWN Tel: (877) 813-0992 THE LAND DESCRIBED postage expenses in- 06/16/2004, in Deed
IN THE MATTER OF BANK, N.A. SUC-
only for the first incorrect insertion. Fax: (404) 601-5846 CESSOR BY MERGER HEREIN IS SITUATED IN curred in giving notice, Book 2004, Page 4201,
BETTY SHAW, DEC.
• The Publisher assumes no financial You have been made a WITH UNION PLANTERS THE STATE OF MISSIS- mileage by the most in the Clerk of Chan-
Respondent in the es- PUBLISH: 09/12/2018, MORTGAGE, INC.; and SIPPI, COUNTY OF reasonable road dis- cery Court for Lowndes
responsibility for errors nor for CAUSE NO. 44CH1:18- tate proceeding filed in County, Mississippi.
10/03/2018, LOWNDES, AND IS DE- tance for posting no-
omission of copy. Liability shall not pr-00199-KMB this Court by Petition to 10/10/2018 & WHEREAS, the under- SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: tices and or the Fore-
exceed the cost of that portion of space KENNETH WRIGHT, PE-
Determine Heirs at Law 10/17/2018 signed, Rubin Lublin, closure Commissioner’s I will only convey such
occupied by such error. and Wrongful Death Be- LLC has been appoin- LOT #151 OF AND IN attendance at the sale, title as is vested in me
TITIONER neficiaries of Dora SUBSTITUTED TRUST- ted as Substitute Trust- OAK DALE PARK, PHASE reasonable and custom- as Substitute Trustee.
• All questions regarding classified ads Adams, deceased by Yu- EE'S NOTICE OF SALE ee; and III, A SUBDIVISION IN ary costs incurred for
currently running should be directed to SUMMONS londa Adams AND OF LOWNDES title and lien record WITNESS MY SIGNA-
Robertson, Executrix, WHEREAS, on August
the Classified Department. THE STATE OF MISSIS- 13, 2008, James Siegle
NOW, THEREFORE, the COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI, searches, the neces- TURE, this 3rd day of
seeking determination holder of said Deed of AS SHOWN BY THE sary out-of-pocket costs October, 2018.
• All ads are subject to the approval of SIPPI of heirs at law of Dora Individually Unmarried Trust, having requested PLAT RECORDED IN incurred by the Foreclos- Dean Morris, LLC
this paper. The Commercial Dispatch TO: THE WRONGFUL
Adams, deceased. Re- executed a certain deed the undersigned so to PLAT BOOK 5, PAGE 9, ure Commissioner for Substitute Trustee
of trust to First Americ-
reserves the right to reject, revise, DEATH BENEFICIARIES
spondents other than
an Title Insurance Com-
do, as Substitute Trust- IN THE OFFICE OF THE recording documents, a 855 S Pear Orchard
you in this action are ee or his duly appoin- CHANCERY CLERK OF commission for the Rd., Ste. 404, Bldg.
classify or cancel any advertising at any OF BETTY SHAW, DEC. the known and un- pany, Trustee for the be- LOWNDES COUNTY, Foreclosure Commis- 400
ted agent, by virtue of
time. known heirs at law of nefit of Wells Fargo Fin- the power, duty and au- MISSISSIPPI. sioner, and all other Ridgeland, MS 39157
You have been made a Dora Adams, deceased. ancial Mississippi 2, thority vested and im- costs incurred in con- (318) 330-9020
Advertisements must be
Defendant in the suit Inc. which deed of trust
filed in this Court by posed upon said Substi- Said tract is situated in nection with the fore-
You are summoned and is of record in the of- tute Trustee shall, on Lowndes County, Mis- closure prior to rein- adp/F18-0391
Kenneth Wright seeking
paid for in advance. adjudication of the
wrongful death benefi-
commanded to person- fice of the Chancery
ally appear before the Clerk of Lowndes
County, State of Missis-
November 14, 2018
within the lawful hours
sissippi. statement.
PUBLISH: 10/10/2018,
Chancery Court of of sale between Commonly known as: Tender of payment by 10/17/2018 &
You may cancel at any time during ciaries of BETTY SHAW,
DEC. Defendants other
Lowndes County, Mis- sippi in Book 2008 at 11:00AM and 4:00PM 35 N Walnut Dr., Colum- certified or cashier’s 10/24/2018
regular business hours and receive a sissippi at 9:30 A.M. on Page 21214; and at the southeast front bus, MS 39705 check or application for
than you in this action the 26th day of Novem- door of Courthouse pro- cancellation of the
refund for days not published. are none. ber, 2018, in the WHEREAS, Wells Fargo ceed to sell at public The sale will be held at foreclosure sale shall Booze Legal Notices 0020
Bank, N.A. has hereto-
REGULAR RATES
Courtroom of the outcry to the highest the Lowndes County be submitted to the ad-
You are summoned to fore substituted Sha-
appear and defend
Lowndes County Chan- and best bidder for cash Courthouse, in Colum- dress of the Foreclos- I, Ledrico Isaac,
4 Lines/6 Days ........................ $19.20 cery Courthouse, Colum- piro & Massey, LLC as or certified funds ONLY, bus, Mississippi. The ure Commissioner
against the Complaint bus, Mississippi, be- Trustee by instrument of Yo' Bar, LLC
4 Lines/12 Days...................... $31.20 or Petition filed against the following described Secretary will bid provided below.
4 Lines/26 Days...................... $46.80 you in this action at
fore the Honorable dated November 2, property situated in $175,000.00 plus the intend to make
Judge H.J. Davidson, Jr. 2017 and recorded in Lowndes County, Mis- fees and costs associ- Date: September 18, application for
Rate applies to commercial operations 9:00 o’clock a.m. on to defend the suit and the aforesaid Chancery sissippi, to wit: ated with the sale. 2018
and merchandise over $1,000.
the 13th day of Novem-
ber, 2018, in the
show cause the relief Clerk's Office in Book On-Premise Re-
sought and prayed for in 2017 at Page 25106; LOT NO. ONE HUN- There will be no prora- Prepared By: tailer permit.
SUPER SAVER RATES Courtroom of the Oktib-
beha County Court-
the Petition to Determ- and DRED TWENTY-FOUR tion of taxes, rents or Jason Tingle, Esq.
6 Days ...................................... $12.00 ine Heirs at Law should (124) OF AND IN MA- other income or liabilit- Jauregui & Lindsey, LLC
house at Starkville, Mis- WHEREAS, default hav-
12 Days.................................... $18.00 sissippi, and in case of
not be granted, and in
ing been made in the
SONIC HOME SUBDIVI- ies, except that the pur- Foreclosure Commis- As provided by
case of your failure to SION, A SUBDIVISION chaser will pay, at or be- sioner
Over 6 lines is $1 per additional line. your failure to appear appear and defend a terms and conditions of OF LOWNDES COUNTY, fore closing,
the Local Option
and defend a judgment judgment will be said deed of trust and Alcoholic Bever-
Six lines or less, consecutive days. Rate applies to will be entered against MISSISSIPPI, ACCORD- his/her/their/its pro- By: Jason Tingle
entered against you for the entire debt secured ING TO A MAP OR PLAT rata share of any real age Control
private party ads of non-commercial nature for you for the money or the month and other thereby having been de- THEREOF OF RECORD estate taxes that have 244 Inverness Center
merchandise under $1,000. Must include price in other things demanded
in the Complaint or Peti-
things demanded in the clared to be due and IN SUBDIVISION PLAT been paid by the Secret- Dr Laws, Section
payable in accordance
ad. 1 ITEM PER AD. No pets, firewood, etc. tion.
Petition.
with the terms of said
BOOK NO. 2 AT PAGE ary to the date of the Ste 200 67-1-1, et seq.
foreclosure sale. Birmingham, AL 35242
GARAGE SALE RATES
34 IN THE CHANCERY
You are not required to deed of trust, Wells CLERK`S OFFICE OF Phone: (205) 970-2233 of the Missis-
You are not required to Fargo Bank, N.A. s/b/m
4 Lines/1 Day ........................... $9.20 file an answer or other
file an answer or other LOWNDES COUNTY, When making Fax: (205) 970-3886 sippi Code of
pleading but may do so to Wells Fargo Financial MISSISSIPPI. his/her/their/its bids,
4 Lines/3 Days ........................$18.00 pleading but you may do if you desire and shall Mississippi 2, Inc., the all bidders, except the STATE OF ALABAMA
1972, Annot-
so if you desire. do so if ordered by said legal holder of said in- ated. If granted
PROPERTY ADDRESS: Secretary must remit to COUNTY OF SHELBY
Price includes 2 FREE Garage Sale signs. Rain Court. A copy of any debtedness, having re-
Guarantee: If it rains the day of your sale, we will ISSUED under my hand such answer, if any, quested the under-
The street address of the undersigned a de-
I, the undersigned au-
such permit, I or
the property is believed posit totaling
re-run you ad the next week FREE! and the seal of said
Court, on this 21st day
shall be served upon signed Substituted to be 409 SYLVAN RD, $17,500.00 (10% of thority, a Notary Public We propose to
You must call to request free re-run. Petitioner’s attorney Jef- Trustee to execute the COLUMBUS, MS the Secretary’s bid) in in and for said County operate as a
of September, 2018. frey J. Hosford, 115A S. trust and sell said land 39702. In the event of the form of a certified and in said State, do
FREE SERVICES Lafayette, Starkville, and property in accord- any discrepancy check or cashier’s hereby certify that Jason Limited Liability
CHANCERY CLERK ance with the terms of
Bargain Column Ad must fit in 4 lines (ap- LOWNDES COUNTY,
MS. 39759.
said deed of trust and
between this street ad- check made out to the Tingle, whose name as Company under
dress and the legal de- Secretary of HUD. Each Attorney for The Secret-
proximately 20 characters per line) and will run MISSISSIPPI Issued under my hand for the purpose of rais- scription of the prop- oral bid need not be ac- ary Of Housing And Urb-
the trade name
for 3 days. For items $100 or less ONLY. More and seal of said Court, ing the sums due there- companied by a depos- an Development, is of Yo' Bar, LLC
than one item may be in same ad, but prices may (SEAL) erty, the legal descrip-
this 15th day of Octo- under, together with at-
not total over $100, no relists. By: Shantrell W. ber, 2018. torney's fees, trustee's
tion shall control. it. If the successful bid
is oral, a deposit of
signed to the foregoing
conveyance, and who is
located at 1920-
Free Pets Up to 4 lines, runs for 6 days. Granderson fees and expense of Title to the above de- $17,500.00 same as known to me, acknow- 2 Highway 45
Lost & Found Up to 6 lines, ad will run for Lisa Younger Neese sale. scribed property is be- 10% must be presen- ledged before me on North, Colum-
6 days. PUBLISH: 10/3, 10/10 Lowndes Chancery lieved to be good, but I ted before the bidding is this day that, being in-
These ads are taken by e-mail or in person at our & 10/17/2018 Court Clerk NOW, THEREFORE, I, will convey only such closed. THE DEPOSIT IS formed of the contents bus, Lowndes
office. Ads will not be take by telephone. Shapiro & Massey, LLC, title as is vested in me NONREFUNDABLE. The of said conveyance, he, County.
By: Tina Fisher Substituted Trustee in as Substitute Trustee. remainder of the pur- as such attorney for The
Deputy Clerk said deed of trust, will chase price must be de- Secretary Of Housing
0 Legals 4390 Computer Equipment on November 7, 2018 THIS LAW FIRM IS AT- livered within 30 days of And Urban Develop- The name(s),
4420 Farm Equipment & (SEAL) offer for sale at public
1000 Service Supplies NOTICE TO BIDDERS outcry and sell within
TEMPTING TO COLLECT the sale or at such oth- ment and with full au- title(s), and ad-
1030 Air Conditioning & Heating A DEBT. ANY INFORMA- er time as the Secret- thority, executed the
4450 Firewood Of Counsel: legal hours (being TION OBTAINED WILL ary may determine for same voluntarily on the dress(es) of the
1060 Appliance Repair Electronic or sealed between the hours of
1070 Asphalt & Paving
4460 Flea Markets
bids will be received in
JEFFREY J. HOSFORD
#100788 11:00 a.m. and 4:00
BE USED FOR THAT good cause shown, time day the same bears owner(s)/part-
4480 Furniture PURPOSE. being of the essence. date for and as the act
1090 Automotive Services the office of the Gener- Hosford Law Firm, PLLC p.m.), at the Southeast This amount, like the of said Transferee. ner(s)/corporate
4510 Garage Sales Door of the County
1120 Building & Remodeling 4540 General Merchandise
al Manager, City of 115A S. Lafayette
Courthouse of Lowndes
428 North Lamar Blvd, bid deposits, must be officer(s) and/or
Columbus, Mississippi, Street Suite 107 delivered in the form of GIVEN under my hand,
1150 Carpeting/Flooring 4570 Household Goods Light and Water Depart- Starkville, Mississippi County, located at Oxford, MS 38655 a certified or cashier’s on this 17th day of
majority stock-
1180 Childcare 4630 Lawn & Garden ment for “Autotrans- 39759 Columbus, Mississippi, rubinlublin.com/prop- check. If the Secretary September, 2018. holder(s)/mem-
1210 Chimney Cleaning former for East Colum- Telephone: (662) 323- to the highest and best
1240 Contractors
4660 Merchandise Rentals
bus Primary Substation 0844 bidder for cash the fol-
erty-listing is the high bidder,
he/she need not pay Stephen Dedmon
ber(s)/trustee of
4690 Musical Instruments Tel: (877) 813-0992
1250 Computer Services (Material Only)”. Facsimile: (662) 323- lowing described prop- Fax: (404) 601-5846 the bid amount in cash. Notary Public the above
4700 Satellites erty situated in Lowndes
1270 Electrical 4720 Sporting Goods Bids will be received via
5560
County, State of Missis-
The successful bidder My Commission Expires: named busi-
PUBLISH: 10/17/2018, will pay all conveyan- 5/11/19
1300 Excavating 4750 Stereos & TV’s the online electronic bid PUBLISH: 10/17, sippi, to-wit: 10/24/2018, cing fees, all real es- ness are:
1320 Fitness Training 4780 Wanted To Buy service through Quest- 10/24, 10/31 & 10/31/2018, tate and other taxes (SEAL)
1330 Furniture Repair & CDN.com. Alternatively 11/7/2018 The land referred to in 11/07/2018 that are due on or after Stephen Dedmon
Refinishing 5000 Pets & Livestock hard copy bids may this policy is situated in the delivery of the re- Notary Public
Ledrico Isaac,
1360 General Services 5100 Free Pets hand delivered to 420 NOTICE OF SUBSTI- the State of Missis- PREPARED BY/RETURN mainder of the payment, Alabama State at Large Owner
4th Avenue South, TUTE TRUSTEE'S SALE sippi, County of TO:
1380 Housecleaning 5150 Pets
Columbus, MS or Lowndes, and de- Jason Tingle, Esq.
and all other costs as-
sociated with the trans- PUBLISH: 10/10,
2305 Bitter-
1390 Insulation 5200 Horses/Cattle/Livestock mailed to General Man- STATE OF MISSISSIPPI scribed as follows: Jauregui & Lindsey, LLC fer of title. At the con- sweet Dr. Apt. 7
10/17, 10/24, &
1400 Insurance 5250 Pet Boarding/Grooming ager’s office, P.O. Box COUNTY OF LOWNDES 244 Inverness Center
5300 Supplies/Accessories 949, Columbus, MS The following described Dr
clusion of the sale, the 10/31/2018 Columbus, MS
1410 Interior Decorators deposits of the unsuc-
1440 Jewelry/Watch Repair 5350 Veterinarians 39703. Hand delivered WHEREAS, default has real property lying and Ste 200 cessful bidders will be SUBSTITUTED TRUST- 39705
5400 Wanted To Buy or mailed hard copy occurred in the perform- being situate in Birmingham, AL 35242 returned. EE’S NOTICE OF SALE
1470 Lawn Care/Landscaping bids should be clearly ance of the covenants, Lowndes County, Mis- 205-970-2233
1500 Locksmiths 6000 Financial marked on the outside terms and conditions of sissippi, to wit: The Secretary may grant STATE OF MISSISSIPPI If any person
1530 Machinery Repair 6050 Business Opportunity of the envelope “Auto- a Deed of Trust dated GRANTOR an extension of time COUNTY OF Lowndes wishes to re-
1560 Mobile Home Services transformer for East August 15, 2013, ex- Lot Number 112 in Chil- Jason Tingle, Esq.
6100 Business Opportunity Columbus Primary Sub- ecuted by EUGENE R. cutt Subdivision, Fourth
within which to deliver
Jauregui & Lindsey, LLC the remainder of the WHEREAS, on the 8th quest a hearing
1590 Moving & Storage
1620 Painting & Papering
Wanted station (Material Only)”. TRUSSELL, MARY G. Extension, a subdivi- Foreclosure Commis- payment. All extensions day of August, 2006, to object to the
6120 Check Cashing TRUSSELL, conveying sion of Lowndes County, sioner Shaneta K Blanche Un-
1650 Pest Control Electronic bids and hard certain real property Mississippi, as shown
will be for 15-day incre-
married Solely, ex-
issuance of this
6150 Insurance ments for a designated
1680 Plumbing 6200 Loans copy bids will be accep- therein described to MI- by plat recorded in Plat GRANTEE fee of 500.00, paid in ecuted and delivered a permit a re-
1710 Printing ted until 2:00 P.M. loc- CHAEL LYON, as Trust- Book 2, Page 78, in the The Secretary Of Hous- advance. The extension certain Deed of Trust quest for a hear-
6250 Mortgages al time, Thursday, ee, for Mortgage Elec- Office of the Chancery ing And Urban Develop- fee shall be in the form unto Bryan P. Griffin,
1740 Roofing & Guttering 6300 Stocks & Bonds ing must be
November 8, 2018. At tronic Registration Sys- Clerk of Lowndes ment of a certified or Trustee for Wells Fargo
1770 Saws & Lawn Mowers
1780 Sitting with Elderly/Sick
6350 Business for Sale that time, Columbus tems Inc. as nominee County, Mississippi. 451 7th St SW, Wash- cashier’s check made Financial Mississippi 2, made in writing
Light & Water officials for One Reverse Mort- ington, DC 20410 Inc., Beneficiary, to se-
1790 Stump Removal 7000 Rentals will publicly read aloud gage, LLC, Original Be- APN#: 62W060209900 202-708-1112
payable to the Secret-
ary of HUD. If the high cure an indebtedness and received by
1800 Swimming Pools 7050 Apartments the bids. neficiary, to secure the bidder closes the sale therein described, which the Department
7100 Commercial Property indebtedness therein Being the same prop- NOTICE OF DEFAULT Deed of Trust is recor-
1830 Tax Service
Bid Documents are described, as same ap- erty conveyed to James AND FORECLOSURE
prior to the expiration of
ded in the office of the
of Revenue with-
1860 Tree Service 7150 Houses any extension period,
7180 Hunting Land available as download- pears of record in the Siegle, individually by SALE the unused portion of Chancery Clerk of in (15) fifteen
1890 Upholstery deed from James
1910 Welding 7190 Land for Rent/Lease
able digital copies (.pdf office of the Chancery
Clerk of Lowndes Siegle, as beneficiary of
the extension fee shall Lowndes County, Mis-
sissippi in Mortgage
days from the
Format) at a cost of WHEREAS, on August be applied toward the
7200 Mobile Homes $50.00. Material Suppli- County, Mississippi filed the Estate of Agnes H. 11, 2011, a certain amount due. Book 2006 at Page first date this no-
2000 Announcements 7250 Mobile Home Spaces ers may register and or- and recorded October 4, Siegle, as filed in pro- DEED OF TRUST was ex- 22836; and tice was pub-
2050 Card of Thanks 7300 Office Spaces der bid documents at 2013, in Deed Book bate proceedings in pro- ecuted by Lucy M Har-
2100 Fraternal & Lodge www.atwellandgent.com 2013, Page 27760; and bate case no. 2006-
If the high bidder is un-
ris, as mortgagor, in fa- able to close the sale WHEREAS, on the 22nd lished.
7350 Resort Rentals 0060, dated 4-2-07,
2150 Good Things To Eat . Bid documents are vor of Mortgage Elec- within the required peri- day of February, 2018,
7400 River Property non-refundable and WHEREAS, the benefi- filed 4-11-07 and recor- tronic Registration Sys- od, or within any exten- Wells Fargo Bank, Na-
2200 In Memorial 7450 Rooms must be purchased cial interest of said ded in Deed as Inst. No. tems, Inc. acting solely sions of time granted by tional Association suc-
Requests shall
2250 Instruction & School 7500 Storage & Garages through the website. For Deed of Trust was trans- 20072846 in Lowndes as nominee for Gen- cessor by merger to be sent to:
2300 Lost & Found the Secretary, the high
7520 Vacation Rentals questions regarding ferred and assigned to County Records. worth Financial Home bidder may be required Wells Fargo Financial
2350 Personals 7550 Wanted to Rent website registration and Reverse Mortgage Solu- Equity Access, Inc., as to forfeit the cash de- Mississippi 2, Inc. , as-
2400 Special Notices online orders, please tions, Inc.; and I WILL CONVEY only DEED OF TRUST, and posit or, at the election signed said Deed of Chief Council,
7600 Waterfront Property
2600 Travel/Entertainment contact Atwell & Gent, such title as vested in was recorded on Au- of the Foreclosure Com- Trust unto Wilmington Legal Division
8000 Real Estate P.A. at (662) 324-5658. WHEREAS, the under- me as Substituted gust 19, 2011, in Bk Trust, National Associ-
3000 Employment All bid document hold- signed, Rubin Lublin, Trustee. MORT 2011, Page
missioner after con-
sultation with the HUD ation, not in its individu- Department of
8050 Commercial Property LLC has been appoin- 14978 and sub- al capacity, but solely Revenue
3050 Clerical & Office ers are required to have field office representat-
8100 Farms & Timberland a valid email address ted as Substitute Trust- WITNESS MY SIGNA- sequently transferred as trustee of MFRA
3100 Data Processing/ Computer 8150 Houses - Northside for registration. ee; and TURE on this 4th day of and assigned to The
ive, will be liable to HUD
Trust 2015-1, by instru-
P.O. Box 2282
for any costs incurred
3150 Domestic Help 8200 Houses - East October, 2018. Secretary Of Housing as a result of such fail- ment recorded in the of- Jackson, MS
3170 Engineering 8250 Houses - New Hope Interested parties may NOW, THEREFORE, the And Urban Develop- ure. The Commissioner fice of the aforesaid 39225
3200 General Help Wanted examine a copy of the holder of said Deed of Shapiro & Massey, LLC ment, and said assign- may, at the direction of Chancery Clerk in Mort
8300 Houses - South
3250 Management Positions Bid Documents at the Trust, having requested SUBSTITUTED TRUSTEE ment being recorded in the HUD field office rep- Book 2018 at Page
8350 Houses - West
3300 Medical/Dental 8450 Houses - Caledonia
office of the General the undersigned so to Bk MORT 2016, Page resentative, offer the 4677; and Date of First
Manager or at the of- do, as Substitute Trust- Shapiro & Massey, LLC 8571; and
3350 Opportunity Information 8500 Houses - Other fice of the Engineer for ee or his duly appoin- 1080 River Oaks Drive
Property to the second
highest bidder for an WHEREAS, on the 8th Publication:
3400 Part-Time 8520 Hunting Land the Project: ted agent, by virtue of Suite B-202 WHEREAS, the deed of amount equal to the day of June, 2018 the 10/16/2018
3450 Positions Wanted 8550 Investment Property the power, duty and au- Flowood, MS 39232 trust was insured by the highest price offered by Holder of said Deed of
3500 Professional Atwell & Gent, P.A. thority vested and im- (601) 981-9299 Secretary of Housing that bidder. Trust substituted and
8600 Lots & Acreage P. O. Box 2558 posed upon said Substi- and Urban Develop- appointed Dean Morris, Published:
3550 Restaurant/Hotel 8650 Mobile Homes 513 Cypress Street
3600 Sales/Marketing 8700 Mobile Home Spaces
Starkville, Mississippi tute Trustee shall, on
October 24, 2018 with- Columbus, MS 39702
ment (“the Secretary”) There is no right of re- LLC as Substitute Trust-
ee by instrument recor-
10/16/2018 &
39760-2558 pursuant to the Nation- demption, or right of
3650Trades 8750 Resort Property Telephone (662) 324- in the lawful hours of 17-020568MS al Housing Act for the possession based upon ded in the office of the 10/17/2018
3700Truck Driving 8800 River Property 5658 sale between 11:00AM purpose of providing a right of redemption, in aforesaid Chancery
and 4:00PM at the Publication Dates: single family housing; the mortgagor(s) or oth- Clerk in Mort Book
4000 Merchandise 8850 Wanted to Buy Columbus Light & Wa- southeast front door of October 17, 24, and and ers, subsequent to a 2018 at Page 12160; Building & Remodeling 1120
4030 Air Conditioners 8900 Waterfront Property ter reserves the right to Courthouse proceed to 31, 2018 and
completed foreclosure CJ'S ROOFING & HOME
4060 Antiques 9000 Transportation reject any and/or all sell at public outcry to WHEREAS, a default pursuant to the Act. REMODELING. Roofing
4090 Appliances bids and to hold bids for the highest and best has been made in the Therefore, the Foreclos- WHEREAS, default hav-
9050 Auto Accessories/Parts a period of 30 days or bidder for cash or certi- covenants and condi- ing been made in the (Shingles or Metal) &
4120 Auctions ure Commissioner will Roof Repairs, Concrete
9100 Auto Rentals & Leasing until after the monthly fied funds ONLY, the fol- tions of the deed of issue a deed to the pur- payments of the in-
4150 Baby Articles 9150 Autos for Sale Board of Commission’s lowing described prop- Let your trust which remains debtedness secured by Pressure Washing, Car-
chaser(s) upon receipt pentry & Handyman
4180 Bargain Column 9200 Aviation meeting before award or erty situated in Lowndes wholly unpaid as of the of the entire purchase the said Deed of Trust,
4210 Bicycles rejection. County, Mississippi, to fingers do the date of this notice, and price in accordance with and the holder of said Work. Veteran & Senior
9250 Boats & Marine Discounts! 662-397-
4240 Building Materials 9300 Camper/R.V.’s
wit: walking. no payment has been the terms of the sale as Deed of Trust, having re-
0800, FREE ESTIMATE.
4250 Burial Plots No bidder may with- made sufficient to re- provided herein. HUD quested the under-
9350 Golf Carts draw a bid for a period LOT SIXTY-SIX (66), Find your store the subject loan does not guarantee that signed so to do, on the
4270 Business Furniture & 9400 Motorcycles/ATVs
Equipment
of thirty (30) days after BLUECUTT ESTATES dream job in to currency; and the property will be va- 31st day of October,
9450 Trailers/Heavy Equipment the date set for open- SUBDIVISION, A SUBDI- cant. 2018, I will during the SUGGS CONSTRUCTION
4300 Camera Equipment ing of bids. VISION ACCORDING TO the classifieds! WHEREAS, the entire lawful hours of between Building, remodeling,
9500 Trucks, Vans & Buses
4330 Clothing A MAP OR PLAT THERE- amount delinquent as of The scheduled foreclos- 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 metal roofing, painting
9550 Wanted to Buy CITY OF COLUMBUS, OF ON FILE AND RE- August 17, 2018, is p.m., at public outcry, & all home repairs.
4360 Coins & Jewelry ure sale shall be can-
MISSISSIPPI CORD IN OFFICE OF THE $172,996.50; and celled or adjourned if it offer for sale and will 662-242-3471
LIGHT AND WATER DE- CHANCERY CLERK OF sell, at the south east
8B Wednesday, October 17, 2018 The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com
General Help Wanted 3200 Truck Driving 3700 Lost & Found Pets 5160 Apts For Rent: Other 7080 Houses For Rent: Other 7180
CLASS A CDL Driver REWARD OFFERED. Blk
with Truck & Lowboy
Trailer experience to
lab mixed male w/ blue
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heavy construction since last Wed. Very
equipment. Overnight
travel required. Only
skiddish. 364-0188. 1 BEDROOM WATERFRONT 2BR/1BA
qualified applicants with
Apts For Rent: Northside 7010 2 BEDROOMS in Hamilton. Direct ac-
cess to the TENN-TOM.
clean MVR, current
medical examiner’s cer-
3 BEDROOMS Community boat ramp.
FOX RUN COMPANY LLC Large deck overlooking
tificate and no acci- 1 & 2 BR near hospital. LEASE, water. Updated home

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dents need apply. Fax $550-600/mo. Military
resume to 662-492- 1200 sqft. CH/A.
4490 or email to
discount offered, pet DEPOSIT $650/mo + $650 dep.
area, pet friendly, and
jm.sitemasters furnished corporate AND Call 662-425-0250 for
more info.
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ON SITE SECURITY. ON
CREDIT CHECK
Antiques 4060 SITE MAINTENANCE. ON Mobile Homes for Rent 7250
ANTIQUE MAHOGANY
SITE MANAGEMENT. 24-
HOUR CAMERA SUR-
662-329-2323 125 BECK Dr.
buffet & china cabinet. Located off Old 82 E.
VEILLANCE. Benji @ 1.5BR/1BA. $450/mo.
Excellent condition. 662-386-4446
$500. 662-605-0187. Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm.
2411 HWY 45 N $450 dep. No pets. No
HUD. 662-574-7614.
Bargain Column 4180
Sat/Sun by appt only. COLUMBUS, MS
NICE 3BR/2BA MH in
OLD SCHOOL desk, 1, 2, 3 BEDROOM apart- Commercial Property For North Columbus. Close
$50. Small bath bench, ments & townhouses. to schools & CAFB. No
$25. Twenty watches, Call for more info.
Rent 7100
pets. $460/mo + $460
good shape, need bat- 662-328-8254. dep. 662-364-6204 or
teries, $25. 662-327- COMMERCIAL PROPER-
TIES/Retail/Office 601-940-1397.
Yesterday’sANSWER
answer
Sudoku
5480, leave msg. YESTERDAY’S
Sudoku
Building & Remodeling 1120 General Help Wanted 3200 1BR UPSTAIRS Apt. Spaces starting @
$450/mth rent & dep $285/mo. Downtown & RENT A fully equipped
YESTERDAY’S ANSWER
OLD SCHOOL sewing
Tom Hatcher, LLC CONSTRUCTION FORE- machine, $100. 662- req. Convenient to town East Columbus loca- camper w/utilities & Sudoku is a number-
6 1 2 4 8 5 3 9 7
tions. 662-435-4188.
Custom Construction, MAN: 10 years heavy 327-5480, leave msg. & CAFB. No hud. No Sudoku is a number-
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Restoration, Remodel- field experience, med. pets. 662-328-2340. $535/month. Colum-
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to large earthwork, a 9x9 grid with several
bus & County School
7 5 8 3 2 9 4 1 6
claims. 662-364-1769. water, sewer, storm 4420 Apts For Rent: South 7040
square feet. 294 a 9x9 grid with several
locations. 662-242-
Licensed & Bonded Chubby Dr. Flexible leas- given numbers. The object
drain and asphalt pav- 7653 or 601-940-1397.
given numbers. The object
is to place the numbers
3 6 4 9 7 8 2 5 1
ing projects - local. Re- 2016 JOHN Deere DOWNTOWN 1BR - This ing terms. Available is to place the numbers
General Services 1360 sponsible for site super- 5100E Tractor, 210 large 1 bedroom apart- now. 662-328-8254. Rooms For Rent 7450 1 to 9 in the empty spaces 1 2 5 6 3 4 7 8 9
vision, manage cost, hours. $46,500. ment has been recently 1 to 9 in the empty spaces
MUSIC THEORY LES- capable of getting top Houses For Rent: Northside WEST POINT: 1 Room, so that each row, each 8 7 9 2 5 1 6 3 4
Also, 2016 15ft renovated. It features so that each row, each
SONS production and perform- Kubota Bush hog avail. great natural light, hard- 7110 $450/mo. Studio Apt, column and each 3x3 box
$25 per hour ance from site person- 205-329-1790. wood floors, tall ceil- $575/mo. Both com- column and each 3x3 box
contains the same number
9 3 6 8 4 2 1 7 5
Chords, Scales, Modes nel, and take a project ings and access to a 1706 RIDGE Rd. Like pletely furnished w/ contains the same number
& more! Call Jimbo @ from start up through Firewood / Fuel 4450 shared laundry room. new, 3BR/2BA. New ap- furn, appl, utils & cable. only once. The difficulty 5 8 7 1 6 3 9 4 2
662-364-1687 completion meeting pl, 22 ac w/ pond, 662-295-4701. only once. The difficulty
$750 rent and $750 de- level increases from 2 4 1 5 9 7 8 6 3
If no answer leave deadlines. Fax resume FIREWOOD FOR Sale. posit. Utilities included. woods & wildlife. Close level increases from
voicemail or text. to 662-492-4490 or to CAFB. $1100/mo or Monday to Sunday. Difficulty Level 10/16

email to jm.sitemasters
Various lengths. No pets please. Call
possible Rent to Own.
Commercial Property 8050 Monday to Sunday.
662-295-2274 Peter, 662-574-1561.
RETAINER WALL, drive- @yahoo.com Military discount avail- FOR LEASE. Convenient
way, foundation, con- Furniture 4480 able. 662-418-8077. store. Black Creek
DOWNTOWN APTS: Community on Military
crete, masonry restora- CONTRACTOR SEEKING Very nice 1BR & 2BR
tion, remodeling, base- BEDROOM SET- Full size 2BR COTTAGE on Hwy Rd. & Blackcreek Rd.
experienced carpenter apartments available. 45 N. 3 miles South of Ideal location. 1100
ment foundation, re- with lots of experience. sleigh bed, dresser with
mirror, chest, and night- Lease & deposit re- CAFB. No pets. No HUD. sq. ft. shelving space,
pairs, small dump truck Please call: quired. Call 662-364-
hauling (5-6 yd) load & stand for sale. $1,000. Call 662-549-0149. 200 sq. ft. grocery
662-570-9464 for info. 1610.
demolition/lot cleaning. Brand new mattress set store space & 155 sq.
Burr Masonry included. Cash only! Houses For Rent: South 7140 ft. cooler space.
662-242-0259. Electricians & Helpers 662-570-4341. If no an- Apts For Rent: West 7050 662-242-6439 or
needed in Golden Tri- swer, leave a msg. 3BR HOUSE for rent. 662-570-3340.

VIP
angle area for multiple 2006 4th Ave. S.
WORK WANTED: FULL SIZE bed for sale. $550/mo.+550/dep.
Licensed & Bonded-car- projects. Competitive Lots & Acreage 8600

Rentals
pay, health insurance & White headboard w/ 662-889-4864 or
pentry, painting, & de- mattress & box spring, 662-242-7627. If no
molition. Landscaping, retirement benefits. FALL SPECIAL
Apply on line at $75. Full size mattress answer leave message. 1.95 acre lots.
gutters cleaned, bush
hogging, clean-up work, webster-electric.com & box spring, $50. Total
Gym Achiever. Never
Apartments Good/bad credit.
& Houses Houses For Rent: Caledonia
pressure washing, mov- or call 601-626-0200. 10% down, as low as
been used, $150. Old $299/mo. Eaton Land.
ing help & furniture 7160
repair. 662-242-3608 THE COMMERCIAL Dis-
appliances. Washer &
Dryer & 2 refrigerators. 1 Bedrooms 662-361-7711
patch is seeking a Call 662-241-0184 or 2 Bedroooms 3BR/2BA, 811 Main St.
CH/A, appl incl. $850/ Mobile Homes for Sale 8650
Lawn Care / Landscaping 662-242-7206.
1470
mechanically-minded in-
dividual to work in its 3 Bedrooms mo + $850 dep w/ 1
year lease. No pets. NEW DOUBLEWIDE!
pressroom. Applicants Garage Sales: Downtown 4500
JESSE & BEVERLY'S must be comfortable Furnished & 662-329-2917 or
662-574-9708.
32x74, 3BR/2BA, Cent-
ral A/C, Skirting, Deliv-
LAWN SERVICE. Mow- working around heavy 220 11TH St. S. 7a-12p
Furniture (in/outdoor), Unfurnished ery, Set-up & Tie down.
ing, cleanup, landscap- machinery, adhering to
Houses For Rent: Other 7180 This is a MUST SEE
ing, sodding, & tree cut- tight deadlines and
must have an eye for
decor, clothes, shoes,
purses much more!
1, 2, & 3 Baths home!! Only $89,900.
ting. 356-6525.
detail & quality. Flexible Rain or Shine! Lease, Deposit TWO PROPERTIES, COL: 636-627-7973
662-570-1375
2BR/1BA, 7th St.S. @
TERRA CARE hours are a must. Email
resume to Garage Sales: Caledonia 4540 & Credit Check 15th Ave.S. $500/mo.
Landscaping L.L.C. viceinvestments.com $500 dep. Nice home, NEW SINGLEWIDE!
Phone: 662-549-1878 mfloyd@cdispatch.com
327-8555
769 BUCK Egger Rd. quiet area. WD hookup. 2019, 3BR/2BA, Cent-
Landscaping, Property or drop resumes off at Sat. 10/20. 7a.-2p. Are 2BR/1BA, 12th Ave.N. ral A/C. Skirting, Deliv-
Clean Up, Plant Care, 516 Main St,
Columbus, MS 39701. you ready to wheel & @ 15th St.N. $575/mo. ery, Set-up, & Tie down.
Bush Hogging, deal? Too much to list! $575 dep. Nice home, Only $47,900.
Herbicide Spraying No phone calls please.
Apts For Rent: Other 7080 quiet area. WD hookup. 636-627-7973
General Merchandise 4600 713-291-0996. 662-570-1375
Painting & Papering 1620 HELP WANTED – EXPER- 1 & 2 BR Apts for Rent.
IENCED HEAVY EQUIP- STARKVILLE HABITAT Military & 6th Ave N. 2BR/1BA, office, new
SULLIVAN'S PAINT for Humanity ReStore CH&A and Owner pays NEW SINGLEWIDE:
MENT OPERATORS appliances, washer & Big, 3BR/2BA, Central
SERVICE NEEDED FOR LOCAL warehouse is open Sat- water. $350 per month, dryer, 2 car garage,
Certified in lead urday, October 20, from deposit required. A/C. Skirting, delivery,
PROJECT. MUST BE storage, deck, no pets. set-up & tie down in-
removal. Offering spe- ABLE TO MAINTAIN & 8-11. Located at 1632 662-352-4776. App., ref., & lease reqd.
cial prices on interior & OPERATE DOZERS AND Rockhill Road in Stark- cluded. Only $37,900.
Close to Columbus, Columbus Home Center
exterior painting, pres- EXCAVATORS. Fax re- ville. Come by for bar- Starkville, & West Point.
sure washing & sheet sume to 662-492-4490 gains on furniture, appli- DOWNTOWN: 2BR/1BA, Water, garbage, & lawn
662-570-1375
rock repairs. CH&A, 1 story, W/D,
or email to jm.sitemast ances, light fixtures, historic district, 1 block maintenance included.
Free Estimates ers@yahoo.com bath fixtures, building $600/mo. $500 dep. THE MARVEL
Call 435-6528 from downtown, $625/
materials, and more. mo. + $625 dep. NO 662-242-2923. 4BR/2BA, Central A/C.
Everything 50% off! PETS. 662-574-8789. Skirting, delivery, set-up
Stump Removal 1790 LOCAL BUSINESS is Peaceful & Quiet area. STEENS: QUIET Living, & tie down incl.
seeking a motivated WATER HEATERS: 19 custom home, big mas- Only $51,900.
self-starter. Candidate gallon & 40 gallon, both ter BR, 1 reg. BR, 1 big Columbus Home Center
must have a valid Whirlpool, still in boxes. FIRST FULL MONTH BA, walk in closet, 662-570-1375
driver's license, able to 662-251-8499. RENT FREE! 1 & 2 Bed- CH&A, 20x20 covered
drive a box truck, and a room Apts/Townhomes. patio, 2 car garage,
good driving record. Sporting Goods 4720 THE PRIDE - 28x72,
Stove & refrigerator. 20x30 bonus room, Ap- 4BR/2BA, Central A/C.
Heavy lifting required. $335-$600 Monthly. pls Furnished. $750/
Must be able to lift at ED SANDERS Gunsmith Credit check & deposit. Skirting, delivery, set-up
mo + $600 damage & tie down included.
least 75 pounds. Must Open for season! 9-5, Coleman Realty, dep. New Hope School
ALLSTUMP GRINDING Tues-Fri & 9-12, Sat. Only $59,900.
SERVICE work well with the pub- 662-329-2323. District. 662-574-9472.
lic and be able to multi- Over 50 years experi- Columbus Home Center
GET 'ER DONE! ence! Repairs, cleaning, 662-570-1375
We can grind all your task. Work week is Apts For Rent: Other 7080
refinishing, scopes
stumps. Hard to reach Tuesday through Sat- mounted & zeroed, Wanted To Buy 8850
places, blown over urday. Competitive pay,
handmade knives.
roots, hillsides, back- according to work exper- Located: Hwy 45 Alt, FORD 3910, 3930,
yards, pastures. Free ience. Background and North of West Point, 4630 or 5030 diesel.
estimates. You find it, drug testing required. turn right on Yokahama Must be rock solid &
we'll grind it! Send resume to
Blind Box 658 c/o The Blvd, 8mi & turn left on still looking good. 662-
662-361-8379 Darracott Rd, will see 328-5248. Lv msg & ACROSS
Commercial Dispatch
sign, 2.5mi ahead shop phone # if I am out.
Tree Services 1860
PO Box 511
on left. 662-494-6218. 1 Hang open
Columbus, MS 39703
Auto Access Parts 9050 5 Treat for Tabby
A&T Tree Service Noweta's Green Thumb Pets 5150
Bucket truck & stump is accepting applica- FLOORMATS FOR Toyota
11 Persia, today
removal. Free est. tions for 2 positions: AKC GERMAN Shep- Camry, Two sets. Both 12 Each
Serving Columbus delivery personnel & herd puppies. Exc. ped. for the 2015-2017
since 1987. Senior general help. Driver Blk, blk/silv & blk/red. Camry. $100. Cash
13 Glided
citizen disc. Call Alvin @ must know the area & Vet checked, w/s. Tak- only! 662-570-4341. If 14 Spree
242-0324/241-4447 have good driving his- ing deposits.
"We'll go out on a limb tory. Apply in person @ 662-213-4609
no answer, leave msg. 15 Great weight
for you!" 1325 Main St. 16 Like some cars
M-F, 3-5 & SAT, 9-1. Lost & Found Pets 5160 Need a 17 Rich dessert
J&A TREE REMOVAL No phone calls.
Work from a bucket 19 Cry loudly
PRICE PEST CONTROL
truck. Insured/bonded. is looking to hire a New 22 Hooded snake
Call Jimmy for a free es-
timate 662-386-6286.
Technician ASAP. Must 24 Theater feature
have good social skills
26 Speedy horse
VICKERS TREE
and be self motivated.
No exp. req. Benefits NEW RIDE? 27 Sledding site
SERVICE, LLC
Tree trimming and re-
available. Serious in-
quiries. Call Brad Price
FIND ONE IN THE 28 Untrue
moval. Fully insured. @ 662-251-6463. CLASSIFIEDS 30 “Water Lilies”
Free estimates.
Call Curt 662-418-0889 painter
or 662-549-2902 THE DISPATCH 31 Building wing 5 Labrador explorer 29 Consider the
“A cut above the rest” is looking for an
ADVERTISING SALES LOST GERMAN Shep-
Autos For Sale 9150 32 Milk buy 6 Summits same
Clerical & Office 3050 REPRESENTATIVE. herd female, IdlewildRd. 2002 VOLVO S80 T6, 4 34 Wrath 7 Wee 30 Spring month
The ideal candidate is a Tan (red)/ black color-
LOCAL COMPANY seek- motivated self-starter ing w/ black face, Red
door sedan. Good AC, 35 Vigor 8 Homer’s neighbor 33 Encouraged
Michelin radials.
ing an experienced with excellent commu- collar! Side shaved rec. $3950. 662-889-8914. 38 Travel woe 9 Driving hazard 34 Level
nication and organiza- 662-386-0773 any info!
bookkeeper. Know-
tional skills, a strong 41 Tear down 10 Each 36 Poet Pound
ledge of QuickBooks
and construction in- work ethic and the abil-
Houses For Sale: Other 8500 42 Take to the sky 16 Lingerie buy 37 Summit
dustry would be a plus. ity to relate to a wide 43 Mystique
Must be able to multi- range of people. Sales 18 Spheres 38 Mouth mover
task and work Monday - experience is preferred, 44 Word on a poster 19 Minnesota 39 Longoria of TV
Friday, 8am – 5pm and but not required. Full- 45 Severe criticism
have reliable transporta- time position includes 2015 CHEVROLET Equi- capital 40 Badge material
tion. Email resume's to insurance benefits, nox, tan, 1 owner, 89k 20 Eyeball 41 Brit. fliers
job102@cdispatch.com competitive pay, paid mi, mostly highway. DOWN
personal leave and op- Bluetooth, backup cam- 21 Stiff drink
portunity for advance-
LOCAL, FAST-paced, pro- ment. Come join our era, cloth seats, 25.8 1 Main idea 22 Bistro’s kin
fessional company is creative, award-winning
MPG average of life of
vehicle. Clean & excel-
2 Singer Guthrie 23 Vaccine type
looking for a Bookkeep- staff. Hand deliver re-
ing Assistant to help in sume to Beth Proffitt at lent condition. 3 Colorful sport 25 Brother of Loki
handling day-to-day ac- 516 Main Street,
Asking $13,495. 4 Goal
counting and finance 662-574-7481.
Columbus or email to
activities. bproffitt@cdispatch.com
Campers & RVs 9300
Responsibilities include
Posting daily receipts Medical / Dental 3300 TOMBIGBEE RV Park,
and electronic funds located on Wilkins Wise
transfers, processing Community Counseling Rd & Waverly Rd. Full
credit card payments, Services Hookups available.
reconciling bank state- $300/mo. 662-328-
ments and credit card RN Positions with a 8655 or 662-574-7879.
statements as well as Sign-On Bonus!
filing and processing
Positions (FT & PRN) Five Questions:
outgoing mail.
available at our Crisis
Stabilization Unit loc-
Required Skills include
accounts payable and
ated in West Point, MS.
12 hour shifts with 3 1 “Twin
receivable, general
ledger and balance
sheet working know-
days off one week and
4 days off the next! Re- Peaks”
sponsible for adminis-
ledge; experience with tering medication, care
data entry, record keep-
2 Bacchus
and supervision of pa-
ing and computer opera- tients, documentation,
tions and other duties within
scope of practice. Cur-
Must be proficient with
3 “Cold
rent MS RN license &
Microsoft Excel, have previous mental health
good customer rela-
Mountain”
experience preferred.
tions skills and ability to
multi task. Applications/Resumes
must be submitted
Competitive salary, re-
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through CCS’ Job Portal.
tirement and health- The link can be
care benefits available. accessed at
www.ccsms.org
Please forward your re- and click on the
sume to Accounting Di-
vision, P.O. Box 7648,
Employment Tab.
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