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Ellis wins chancery court judgeship night, with absentee ballots still to
Two other chancery judge be counted in Oktibbeha, Clay and
races headed to runoffs Noxubee counties, Ellis had 10,281
votes to Perkins’ 6,036.
By Alex Holloway
“I believe hard work pays off
and Isabelle Altman
when you’re passionate about what
Paula aholloway@cdispatch.com
ialtman@cdispatch.com you’re doing,” Ellis told The Dispatch
Drungole-
Ellis looks Tuesday night. “When you really love
at her Paula Drungole-Ellis cruised past people and believe in people and have
phone as Roy A. Perkins en route to the only experience, people really look at that
results clear victory in a trio of elections for and they know you care for them and
come from the 14th Chancery District judge on care for the community and that it’s
Tuesday’s not just yourself.”
election. Tuesday.
Ellis Ellis and Perkins were competing Winning the place 3 judgeship
defeated for the subdistrict 14-3 judgeship, is particularly meaningful for Ellis
Roy A. for which longtime Chancery Judge as she will succeed Colom — the
Perkins in a Dorothy Colom did not seek another person who appointed Ellis as judge
race for the term. for Oktibbeha County’s youth court,
Chancery As results came in Tuesday night, a position she’s held for nine years.
District 14,
Ellis led Perkins in every county Ellis also is a practicing attorney in
place 3
judge seat. in the 14-3 race. Across the entire Starkville.
Alex Holloway/Dispatch Staff district, as of the end of Tuesday See Election, 8A

Voter turnout PRAYING FOR THE NATION
nears, exceeds
50 percent in
area counties
Chancery judge, U.S. Senate
races drive higher than
normal voting
Dispatch Staff Report

Voter turnout in Golden Triangle area
counties Tuesday either approached or
topped 50 percent, according to unofficial
counts from circuit clerks’ offices.
In both Oktibbeha and Clay counties,
well more than half of registered voters
cast ballots in the mid-term elections,
where they decided contested chancery
See Turnout, 3A

Hitchhiker attacks
driver who gave Deanna Robinson/Dispatch Staff

him a ride Kathy Hodson and Margaret Mauldin pray for the country at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Columbus Tuesday
afternoon. St. Paul’s opened its doors for an Election Day Prayer Vigil while the polls were open Tuesday.

Victim fights back
to repel attacker;
suspect remains at-large
Aldermen approve tax to fund new park at Cornerstone
DISPATCH STAFF REPORT
Plan would add 1-percent to the restaurant, hotel taxes multi-purpose facility and infrastruc-
ture work, will cost an estimated
Columbus police are searching for a By Alex Holloway as the city plans to tie it to bonding for $18.5 million. Other options — such
suspect who allegedly attacked a driver aholloway@cdispatch.com the proposed park. as an RV park, walking trails and oth-
who gave him a ride on Thursday. Starkville plans for the new park, er amenities — that could be included
The attack occurred about 7 p.m., ac- Starkville will send a resolution to located at Cornerstone Park on High- in initial construction, or added in lat-
cording to a Columbus Police Department state legislators requesting increas- way 25 just south of the interchange er phases, pushes the estimated cost
press release. The victim, also male, was es to their sales taxes to help fund a with Highway 12, to host tourna- to more than $20 million.
leaving The Princess Theatre on Fifth new tournament-ready park after the ments and regular recreation activi- Starkville is seeking the 1-percent
Street South and was approached by an measure gained unanimous approval ties. The park is planned to have 12 tax increases, along with a request
unknown black male who asked for a ride from aldermen. baseball and softball fields, along for a $1 million state appropriation
to the Columbus Walmart. Aldermen voted on the resolution, with a 10,000 square foot multipur- that aldermen approved on Tuesday,
The victim agreed and the two began which will add 1-percent each to the pose path, in its base design. It has to help fund the park. The resolution
traveling toward Walmart. city’s food and beverage and hotel options to add another championship will go to the Legislature for approval
Near the soccer complex, the passenger taxes, after a presentation from Mem- field, a handicap-accessible field, an in the next legislative session, which
began to hit the victim as he was driving, phis architecture firm Dalhoff Thom- RV park, walking trails and more. begins in January.
the press release said. The victim stopped as about the new facility. The resolu- The base plan for the park, which Should it pass through the 3A ses-
See Attack, 3A tion is requesting the tax for 20 years, includes 12 diamond fields, the See Alderman, 8A

Weather Five Questions Calendar Local Folks Public
1 What is the common term for the force Now through Nov. 17 meetings
that pulls water away from the lettuce in ■ Citywide Turkey Drive: Donate frozen turkeys Nov. 6: Board of
your salad spinner? Aldermen, 5:30
2 The clarified butter used in Indian for a meal prepared and delivered by volunteers to
seniors in Columbus on Thanksgiving Day. Drop-off p.m., City Hall
cuisine is called what?
3 What country is home to Alexandria, locations are: Columbus Police Department lobby Nov. 13: Plan-
Aswan and Luxor? (Mon.-Thurs. 7 a.m.-6 p.m.); Salvation Army (Mon.- ning and Zoning
4 What are the last names of Radar, Thurs., 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Closed 12-12:30 p.m.); and Commission,
Maddox House
Hawkeye and Hot Lips on the TV series Columbus Recreation Authority, Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m.-5 5:30 p.m., City
Fifth grade, Annunciation
“M*A*S*H”? p.m.). Monetary donations also welcome. For infor- Hall

66 Low 51
5 British sailors were issued a daily Nov. 13:
ration, or “tot,” of what drink for about mation, contact Lt. Christian Smith of Salvation Army,
High 300 years? 662-327-5137, or Joe Johnson, 662-549-4477. Starkville Oktib-
A shower early; then a little rain Answers, 8B beha Consoli-
Full forecast on dated School
page 2A. Today through Nov. 11, 13-16 District Board
■ “The Addams Family”: Starkville Community The-
Inside atre presents this family-friendly musical comedy at
of Trustees, 6
p.m., Greensboro
Classifieds 7B Obituaries 4A 7:30 p.m. (2 p.m. Sunday) at the Playhouse on Main, Center
Comics 4B Opinions 6A 108 E. Main St., Starkville. Tickets are $15 adults; Nov. 16: Board
Crossword 8B NATS 7A $10 students, available at 662-323-6855, or box of Aldermen work
Dear Abby 4B Scene & Seen 2A office hours are 11 a.m.-2 p.m. two weeks prior to, Mildred Sue Jones is a session, 1:15
Food 5B and during, each show. Seating is limited. house cleaner. p.m., City Hall

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Wednesday
Did you hear?
O’Rourke drops f-bomb
on live TV during
concession to Cruz

Scene&Seen
The Associated Press broadcast on MSNBC, ART ’N ANTIQUES
A preview party Thursday evening opened the Art ’n Antiques
prompting anchor Brian Show and Sale presented by Visit Columbus and the Columbus
EL PASO, Texas — Williams to apologize as Cultural Heritage Foundation at the Rosenzweig Arts Center.
Rep. Beto O’Rourke didn’t the network cut away from — Photos by Chris McDill/Special to The Dispatch
go quietly to defeat. the speech.
Thanking his campaign
Cruz held off the Dem-
supporters for their spirit-
ocratic rising star to win
ed challenge to Sen. Ted
re-election. O’Rourke at-
Cruz, he said on live televi-
sion Tuesday: “All of you, tracted a national follow-
showing the country how ing, shattered fundraising
you do this. I’m so f---ing records and picked up
proud of you guys.” several celebrity endorse-
The Texas Democrat ments, including Beyonce
has been known to drop posting pictures of herself
f-bombs in public through- Tuesday on Instagram
out the fierce campaign. wearing a Beto baseball
But this time, he was cap.

Girl Scouts sue Boy selves in connection with
services offered to girls,
Scouts over program’s or to rebrand itself as ‘the
name change Scouts.’”
NEW YORK — The “Such misconduct will
Girl Scouts of the United not only cause confu-
States of America filed sion among the public,
a trademark infringe- damage the goodwill
ment lawsuit on Monday of GSUSA’s Girl Scouts
against the Boy Scouts of trademarks, and erode its
America for dropping the core brand identity, but it
word “boy” from its flag- will also marginalize the
ship program in an effort Girl Scouts Movement Anne Freeze, Bob Raymond
to attract girls. by causing the public
In the complaint filed in to believe that GSUSA’s
Manhattan federal court, extraordinarily successful
the Girls Scouts claim services are not true or of-
the program “does not ficial ‘Scouting’ programs,
have a right under either but niche services with
federal or New York law limited utility and appeal,”
to use terms like scouts the complaint said.
or scouting by them- — The Associated Press

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TONIGHT THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY
A shower early, then a Rather cloudy with a A couple of morning Sunny and cool Partly sunny and cool
little rain little rain showers; cooler
51° 59° 51° 55° 34° 51° 31° 56° 41°
ALMANAC DATA
Columbus Tuesday
TEMPERATURE HIGH LOW
Tuesday 73° 50°
Normal 70° 44°
Record 83° (1975) 24° (1976)
PRECIPITATION (in inches)
Tuesday 0.87
Month to date 2.77
Normal month to date 0.87
Year to date 52.99
Normal year to date 46.37
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Mississippi goes to 1 Senate runoff, Wicker wins other race
The Associated Press who retired in April. Republi- “Yeah!” first African-American mem- ballot, candidates let voters
can Gov. Phil Bryant appointed Espy continued: “And would ber of Congress from the state know their party affiliation.
JACKSON — A Republican Hyde-Smith, who was state you make sure you stand with in the 20th Century. In 1993 The candidates eliminated
appointed to the U.S. Senate agriculture commissioner, to me and vote to make sure ev- and 1994, Espy was U.S. agri- from the race Tuesday were
in Mississippi and one of her temporarily fill the job until the eryone knows that Mississippi culture secretary under Pres- Republican state Sen. Chris
Democratic challengers will special election is decided. She is moving forward?” ident Bill Clinton. Democrats McDaniel, who nearly unseat-
compete in a Nov. 27 runoff. is the first woman to represent Wicker was appointed to are pinning hopes on Espy to ed Cochran in a bitter 2014
Mississippi voters will either Mississippi in either chamber Senate in 2007 and elected in become the first in their party primary; and Democrat Tobey
elect a woman to the Senate for of Congress, but no woman has 2008 and 2012. He is a fiscal since 1982 to win one of Missis- Bernard Bartee, a former mil-
the first time ever or will send been elected to the job from and social conservative who sippi’s Senate seats. He would itary intelligence officer who
a black man to the Senate for the state. serves on the Armed Forces be the first African-American ran a low-budget campaign.
the first time since Reconstruc- With Bryant by her side Committee and led the Repub- in the U.S. Senate from Missis- McDaniel campaigned as
tion. Tuesday night, Hyde-Smith licans’ senatorial campaign sippi since Reconstruction, and a conservative in the mold of
Republican Sen. Cindy
told supporters that she needs committee in 2014. he’s campaigning as someone Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of
Hyde-Smith and Democrat
them and their friends and “We’re going to contin- who could unify people across Texas, saying he frequently
Mike Espy advanced Tuesday
family to turn out again in ue building our military lines of race and party. disagrees with the top Senate
from a field of four candidates.
three weeks. strength,” Wicker told The Hyde-Smith gave her first Republican, Mitch McConnell
The third-place finisher,
Republican Chris McDaniel, “We’re going to fight like no- Associated Press on Tuesday speech on the Senate floor of Kentucky.
is calling on the GOP to unite body’s business,” Hyde-Smith night. “I’m going to be working in support of Trump’s Su- McDaniel never conceded to
behind Hyde-Smith, who is said. “We’ve got to bring all on broadband for rural states preme Court nominee, Brett Cochran in 2014, saying it was
endorsed by President Donald the conservatives in this state like Mississippi. We’re going to Kavanaugh, who was facing wrong that Democrats voted
Trump. together.” continue doing constituent ser- accusations of sexual miscon- in a Republican runoff. Mis-
Mississippi’s other Re- At his own party in Jackson, vice, and we’re going to make duct that he strongly denied. sissippi voters don’t register
publican U.S. senator, Roger Espy asked supporters if they sure health insurance coverage Hyde-Smith was one of two by party, and the only people
Wicker, won another six-year will continue to stand with is more competitive and the female senators who sat behind restricted from voting in a
term Tuesday. He defeated him in a runoff: “Will you vote cost of premiums doesn’t con- Republican Sen. Susan Collins Republican primary runoff are
Democrat David Baria and two with me to make sure everyone tinue to expand.” of Maine as Collins announced those who voted in the Demo-
candidates who ran inexpen- deserves a chance in Mississip- Baria said he ran on a vision her own support for Kavana- cratic primary that same elec-
sive campaigns. pi, irrespective of age or race of “a Mississippi that is wel- ugh, and Hyde-Smith voted tion cycle. McDaniel conceded
Hyde-Smith and Espy are or sexual orientation or party? coming to everyone.” with the Republican majority to Tuesday night, saying at his
competing to serve the final Will you stand with me to make Espy was elected to the U.S. confirm him. party in Laurel: “They won this
two years of a term started by sure that happens?” House from the Mississippi Although party labels did one fair and square. It’s not like
Republican Thad Cochran, The crowd responded: Delta in 1986, becoming the not appear the special election it was in 2014.”

Alderman
Continued from Page 1A
sion and be signed into nism, in my mind, is that spend an extra $20 if the will be many opportuni-
law, the matter will then it doesn’t shift all the tax increase takes effect, ties — we’ll have many
go to a public referen- burden on the citizens and someone who spends public hearings, many
dum, where it will need of Starkville. Yes, we’re $10,000 per year would opportunities for people
60 percent voter approval going to have to pay our spend an extra $100. see what we’re doing, talk
to pass. share when we eat out and “You’re not talking about what we’re doing
Aldermen voiced sup- do that, but a lot of that about an excessive and get on board with us,
port for the tax increase is going to be the people amount, in my opinion,” hopefully, and press this
during Tuesday’s meet- who are already coming he said. forward to make a huge
ing, saying they see it as here for Mississippi State The city is also consid- difference in our commu-
a fair way to raise funds football games and when- ering corporate sponsor- nity. It truly is a remark-
for the new facility, espe- ever they’re coming here ship opportunities to help able opportunity and I’m
cially since tourists will for other events and buy fund the park. very excited.”
share some of the bur- something at the store — Mayor Lynn Spruill
den. that is going to help fund said Tuesday’s vote was
“I don’t think anybody this park.” “outstanding” and the de-
up here has the willing- Ward 1 Aldermen Ben cision represents a major
ness to tax the citizens Carver said he thinks the chance for Starkville’s
of Starkville enough to extra cost that will come recreation to take a step
raise $22 million to build with the tax, if it’s ap- forward.
a sports complex,” said proved, is worth it for the “There will be so much
Ward 4 Alderman Jason new park. He said some- more that we’ll be talking
Walker. “... The beauty one who spends $2,000 about as we go through
of this funding mecha- a year eating out would this,” Spruill said. “There

Turnout
Continued from Page 1A

Voter Turnout
County Registered voters Votes cast Percentage
Lowndes County 40,691 19,984 49.1%
Oktibbeha County 27,217 14,425 53%
Clay County 13.814 7,803 56.5%
Noxubee County 7,563 3,340 44.2%

court judge races and also lots. In Noxubee County, hope it’s a sign that people
voted in two U.S. Senate 44.2 percent voted (3,340 continue to come out and
races and a U.S. House of 7,563). let their voices be heard.
race. “The voter interest was I’m just very happy about
Clay County led the high this year, compared the voter turnout we had
way with 56.5 percent to in June and four years at all our precincts.”
turnout, as 7,803 of 13,814 ago,” Lowndes Coun- These turnout totals in-
registered voters cast bal- ty Circuit Clerk Teresa clude in-person and absen-
lots. In Oktibbeha Coun- Barksdale said. “I believe tee ballots cast. Affidavits,
ty, 53 percent (14,425 of it was all the senate races which counties will count
27,217) voted. and media coverage. I just today, are not included.
“Turnout was tremen-
dous,” Rook said. “We
anticipate overall turnout
with absentee and affida-
vit ballots will be in the
neighborhood of 55 per-
cent. That’s an extraordi-
nary turnout for Oktibbe-
ha County.”
Lowndes County saw
49.1 percent turnout, with
19,984 of 40,691 regis-
tered voters casting bal-

Attack
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the car and began to fight • Firestarter
back, and the suspect got
out of the car and fled on • Packing
foot after a struggle. Materials
Investigators have sur-
veillance cameras from
Extra • Shipping
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currently examining to
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press release said. inexpensive solution for.... Cleaning
Anyone with informa-
tion is asked to call Golden
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at 1-800-530-7151.
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Area obituaries Is Estate or
Jane Hill Mary Busby Hunt. He Timothy Carter, both Sanctuary Hospice in Long Term Care
SHUQUALAK — was a graduate of Jones
Junior College and was
of Becker; sister, Faye
Tessman of Joppa, Ala-
Tupelo.
Arrangements are
Planning Necessary
Jane Hill, 77, died Nov.
6, 2018, at Anderson a U.S. Army veteran
and served in the Kore-
bama; brothers, Robert
Carter and Clyde Car-
incomplete and will be
announced by Memori-
to Protect Your
Hospital in Meridian.
Arrangements are an War. He was for- ter, both of Joppa; 13 al Gunter Peel Funeral Family’s Future?
incomplete and will be merly owner, operator, grandchildren; and 24 Home and Crematory,
announced by Lee- jeweler and watchmak- great-grandchildren. College Street location. • Do you have a Will, Power of Attorney, and Advanced Health Care
er of Hunt’s Jewelry in Pallbearers will be Directive?
Sykes Funeral Home of • Are you certain that your assets will be distributed according to your
the Southdale Shopping his family.
Macon.
Center and co-owner of Memorials may
Robert Branson Sr. wishes at your death?
STARKVILLE — • Are you confused by the ever changing estate and gift tax laws?
West Point Jewelry. He be made to Hamilton
Eugene Campbell was also self-employed Church of Christ, 40081
The Rev. Robert Thom- • Are you worried that one day you may not be able to care for yourself
or make the necessary decisions to remain independent and in your
WEST POINT — Eu- as a carpenter and a as Branson Sr., 89,
Hamilton Road, Hamil- own home?
gene Lewis Campbell, member of First Baptist died Oct. 31, 2018, in
ton, MS 39746 or to the At Dunn & Hemphill, we can create a plan tailored to fit you
75, died Nov. 5, 2018, at Church. Starkville.
Magnolia Messenger, and your family’s needs. Contact us at (662) 327-4211 to
Baptist Memorial Hos- In addition to his Services will be at 11
P.O. Box 1578, Koscius- discuss your estate and long term care planning options.
pital-Golden Triangle. parents, he was pre- a.m. Thursday at Beth-
ko, MS 39090.
A memorial service
will be at 2 p.m. Friday
ceded in death by his
son, Kent Gordon Hunt;
el M.B.
Church. Dunn & Hemphill, P.A.
at Robinson Funeral Vivian Mathews Burial will 214 Fifth Street South | Columbus, Mississippi
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Eldon Duain Hunt and Mathews, 97, died Oct.
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al Home is in charge of Memorial services from 5-7
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Mr. Campbell was urday at Greenwood Blackjack M.B. Church.
West Point; and three Cemetery in West
born April 23, 1943, in grandchildren. West Memorial Funeral
Davenport, Iowa, to the Point. Calvert Funeral Home is in charge of
Memorials may be Home is in charge of
late Carolyn Sieben- made to First Baptist arrangements.
gartner and Francis arrangements. He is survived by his
Church, 106 E. Lamp- Mrs. Mathews was
Vinton Campbell. He kin St., Starkville, MS wife, Fannie Margaret
was a graduate of Dav- born Aug. 29, 1921, in Branson; and children,
39759. West Point, to the late
enport Central High James Branson, Lena
School and a U.S. Air William F. and Edna Davis Branson, Jackie
Force veteran.
J. B. Carter Leona Holley McGuire. Rogers, Sylvia Bran-
HAMILTON — J. B. She was a graduate of
In addition to his par- Carter, 89, died Nov. 5, son, Ray Henderson,
ents, he was preceded West Point High School Towanda Williams,
2018, at his residence. and a member of Wom-
in death by his sister, Services will be at Amos Branson, Ronald
Pat Decker. en’s Missionary Union. Robinson and Shundra
2 p.m. Wednesday at In addition to her
He is survived by Tisdale-Lann Memorial Chanel Davis Branson.
his wife, Marguerite parents, she was
Funeral Home Chap- preceded in death by
“Cricket” Campbell of el with Tim Wilson
West Point; son, Tim her husband, N.Q.
officiating. Graveside Mathews.
Campbell of West Point; services will be at 11:30
brother, John Campbell She is survived by
a.m. Thursday in Hula- her daughters, Holley
of Davenport, Iowa; co, Alabama. Visitation
three grandchildren; Marrs of Pell City and
will be two hours prior Merilee Hutto Myers of
and one great-grand- to services Wednesday
child. Meadville; sister, Edna
at the funeral the funer- Gilliland of Macon;
Memorials may be al home. Tisdale-Lann
made to First Christian brother, Phil McGuire
Memorial Funeral of Macon; three grand-
Church, 203 E. Broad Home is in charge of
St., West Point, MS children; and seven
arrangements. great-grandchildren.
39773. Mr. Carter was born Memorials may
Jan. 12, 1929, in High- be made to Christian Samuel E. Dale
Services:
Jerry Hunt mond, Alabama, to th Missionary Fellowship Monday, Nov. 12 • 11 AM
STARKVILLE — elate Robert Sylvester Organization, c/o CMF Caledonia U.M. Church
Jerry Clifton Hunt, 90, Carter and Leta Hill Burial
International, P.O. Box Egger Cemetery
died Nov. 5, 2018, in Carter. He was a U.S. 501020, Indianapolis, Caledonia
Starkville. Air Force veteran IN 46250. Memorial Gunter Peel
Services will be at 2 Funeral Home
and served in Korea College St. Location
p.m. Thursday at First and Vietnam. He was
Baptist Church with formerly employed with
John Holcombe Thomas Hodges
Chip Stevens officiat- MACON — John Incomplete
Woodman of the World
ing. Burial will follow L. Holcombe, 82, died Memorial Gunter Peel
and was a member of
at Memorial Gardens Nov. 5, 2018, at North Funeral Home
Hamilton Church of 2nd Ave. North Location
Park. Visitation will be Mississippi Medical
Christ.
Center in West Point.
from 5-7 p.m. Wednes- In addition to his par-
Arrangements are Norlene Wolford
day at Welch Funeral ents, he was preceded Incomplete
Home and one hour incomplete and will be
in death by his daugh- Memorial Gunter Peel
prior to services Thurs- announced by Cock- Funeral Home
ter, Teresa Ford.
day at the church. rell Funeral Home of College St. Location
He is survived by
Welch Funeral Home Macon.
his wife, Mary Du-
is in charge of arrange- Bose Carter; daughter,
ments. Glenda Owen of Bells, Norlene Wolford
Mr. Hunt was born in Texas; sons, Phillip COLUMBUS — Nor-
memorialgunterpeel.com
Choctaw County, to the Carter of Savoy, Tex- lene Smith Wolford, 71,
late Sherman Eldon and as; Jerome Carter and died Nov. 6, 2018, at

David C. Elliott
David Campbell Elliott, age
Democratic House victory could 57, of Columbus, MS, passed
away Saturday, November 3,
echo from Moscow to Riyadh 2018, at MS State Veteran’s
Home, Kosciusko, MS.
By TIM SULLIVAN  granted in recent months Mr. Elliott was born on
The Associated Press to companies linked to March 17, 1961, in Kittery, ME,
Trump and his daugh- to the late George Edward and
NEW DELHI — The ter Ivanka and whether Sheila Davina Campbell El-
Democratic victory in the they reflect conflicts of liott. He enlisted in the United
U.S. House of Represen- interest. China says it States Air Force in 1984. Both
tatives could echo from handles all trademark his father and brother were United States Air
Moscow to Beijing to applications equally, but Force veterans. Mr. Elliott served as a pharmacy
Riyadh, with empowered House committees could technician from 1984-1988. He then reclassified
Democrats now able to probe whether Beijing into Air Traffic Controller and excelled until his
launch new investigations can exploit the Trump retirement in 2004. His tours of duty included
into President Donald family’s substantial intel- Bosnia and a one year deployment in South Ko-
Trump’s international lectual property holdings
business empire and his
rea. During his twenty years of service, he was
in China for political or stationed at Langley Air Force Base, Dobbins
political dealings with the diplomatic advantage.
rest of the world. Air Force Base and MacDill Air Force Base. Mr.
On Wednesday, China
Overturning control Elliott retired out of MacDill Air Force Base in
said it didn’t want to
of the House in Tuesday’s comment directly on the
2004. He then moved to Columbus, MS and be-
midterm elections has election results. gan 13 years of civilian Air Traffic Controller at
given the Democrats “It’s their domestic Golden Triangle Regional Airport, up until his
a powerful weapon to affair. I don’t want to com- resignation after two untimely strokes that led to
wield against Trump: the ment on that, otherwise I a year of long term care until his death at the Kos-
subpoena. The Demo- will run the risk of being ciusko VA Home on November 3, 2018. He will be
cratic leaders of many accused of interfering in fondly remembered for his sense of humor and
House committees will their midterm election,” love of family. Mr. Elliott was loved by many and
have subpoena powers foreign ministry spokes- met very few whose life he did not touch in some
enabling them to obtain woman Hua Chunying way. He will be very dearly missed.
documents, emails and told reporters. In addition to his parents, Mr. Elliott was pre-
testimony. “Regardless of the ceded in death by his brother, George Elliott.
The White House result ... we believe the Mr. Elliott is survived by his wife, Sally Elliott
would likely fight many two governments and the of Columbus, MS; son, Zachary Elliott; daughter,
such requests in court, two peoples all want to Hannah Elliott; sisters, Laura Williams and Deb-
but the subpoenas’ reach maintain the sound and ra Hammond; three nephews; and two nieces.
could extend far beyond steady development of bi- Lowndes Funeral Home is in charge of ar-
Washington. lateral relations because rangements.
That means Demo- we believe it is in the best
crats could look into such interests of the interna- Compliments of
issues as the 18 trade- tional community,” Hua Lowndes Funeral Home
marks that China has said. www.lowndesfuneralhome.net
The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com Wednesday, November 7, 2018 5A

Democrats seize House control,
but Trump’s GOP holds Senate
of the government, in addition to
Democrats have 219 seats and the Republicans the Senate, but Democrats sudden-
ly have a foothold that gives them
193; winners undetermined in 23 races subpoena power to probe deep into
The Associated Press
Trump’s personal and professional
America embraced his aggressive missteps — and his long-withheld
WASHINGTON — Democrats talk and stances. The new Demo- tax returns.
seized the House majority from cratic House majority will end the “Tomorrow will be a new day in
President Donald Trump’s Republi- Republican Party’s dominance in America,” declared House Minority
can Party on Tuesday in a suburban Washington for the final two years Leader Nancy Pelosi, who would be
revolt that threatened what’s left of Trump’s first term with major in line to become the next House
of the president’s governing agen- questions looming about health speaker.
da. But the GOP gained ground in care, immigration and government It could have been a much bigger
the Senate and preserved key gov- spending. night for Democrats, who suffered
ernorships, beating back a “blue But the Democrats’ edge in the stinging losses in Ohio and in Flor-
wave” that never fully materialized. House is narrow. With 218 seats ida, where Trump-backed Republi-
The mixed verdict in the first na- needed for a majority, Democrats can Ron DeSantis ended Democrat
tionwide election of Trump’s young have won 219 and the Republicans Andrew Gillum’s bid to become the
presidency underscored the limits 193, with winners undetermined in state’s first African-American gov-
of his hardline immigration rheto- 23 races. ernor.
ric in America’s evolving political Trump was expected to address The 2018 elections also exposed
landscape, where college-educat- the results at a post-election news an extraordinary political realign-
ed voters in the nation’s suburbs conference scheduled for midday ment in an electorate defined by
rejected his warnings of a migrant Wednesday. race, gender, and education that
“invasion.” The president’s party will main- could shape U.S. politics for years
Blue-collar voters and rural tain control of the executive branch to come.

GOP’s DeSantis defeats Gillum
in Florida governor’s race
The Associated Press The win maintained the
grip Republicans have had
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. on the governor’s office
— Former Republican since Jeb Bush was sworn
U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis in in 1999, and DeSantis
was elected Florida gov- will have a chance to re-
ernor Tuesday, riding the turn the favor for Trump in
support of President Don- 2020, when Florida figures
ald Trump to narrow vic- to play a pivotal role in the
tory in the battleground presidential election.
state. During his victory
DeSantis, 40, was con- speech, DeSantis noted
sidered an underdog be- the national attention fo-
fore Trump tweeted his cused on the race, saying
support for DeSantis in the “political and media
December, a month before classes” had been eager to
he got into the race. Trump write his political obituary.
campaigned to help push “On Election Day, it’s
DeSantis to a primary vic- the voice of the people
tory in August and came that roars,” DeSantis told
to Florida two more times supporters at his election
to propel him past Demo- party and called it “the one
cratic Tallahassee Mayor day the elites don’t call the
Andrew Gillum in the final shots ... and they don’t set
days of the election. the agenda.”
Opinion
6A WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2018
BIRNEY IMES SR. Editor/Publisher 1922-1947
BIRNEY IMES JR. Editor/Publisher 1947-2003
BIRNEY IMES III Editor/Publisher 1998-2018

Dispatch
The
PETER BIRNEY IMES Editor/Publisher

ZACK PLAIR, Managing Editor
BETH PROFFITT Advertising Director
MICHAEL FLOYD Circulation/Production Manager
MARY ANN HARDY Controller

OUR VIEW
Who won Tuesday’s election? The voters
Much of Wednesday’s in fact, the turnout was very Compared to the June that so many voters in the Government works best when
attention will be focused on the good, especially compared to primaries, when turnout in Golden Triangle did get to the it is supported by an active,
winner’s of Tuesday’s general the June primary and pre- the Golden Triangle ranged polls. informed public.
election and the unfinished vious midterm elections. In from that 4 percent in Noxubee The stakes were high – both What we saw Tuesday was a
business that still awaits in Clay County, 56.5 percent of County to 15 percent Oktibbe- U.S. Senate seats were on the positive step in that direction.
those races requiring a runoff registered voters cast ballots ha County, the improvement in ballot throughout the Golden We salute all of the candi-
to determine the winner on Tuesday. In Oktibbeha County, turnout was better than anyone Triangle while a U.S. House dates who ran for office, the
Nov. 27. the turnout was 53 percent and dared to imagine. seat was up for grabs in parts county employees and volun-
Some races were run-aways, may go as high as 55.6 percent Ideally, the turnout would of the area. All four counties teers who helped stage the
some were to close to call. when all the absentee and be close to 100 percent. Real- featured contested races for election and, most of all, the
But there is one group of provisional votes are counted, istically, turnouts approaching important, if not high-profile, voters, who exercised their
winners whose performance said circuit clerk Tony Rook. In 50 percent are good. There chancery court judge positions. right and duty by going to the
should not be ignored: The Lowndes County the turnout will always been a significant Individually, voters may polls.
voters. was 49.1 percent while 44.2 amount of voters who cannot be disappointed or pleased Let’s hope Tuesday’s
Throughout the state and percent of registered Noxubee be persuaded to exercise their with the outcome of Tuesday’s turnout becomes a momen-
nation turnout was high. County voters went to the polls civic duty. election. tum-builder for all future
The Golden Triangle was Tuesday after just 4 percent of Given the abysmal turnout a But collectively, Tuesday elections, including the Nov. 27
no exception. In some cases, voters went to polls in June. few months ago, we are proud was an unqualified success. runoffs.

STATE OF THE NATION

Humor is dead,
and I don’t feel
too good, either
The columnist, pouring
flop sweat like Brett Grabana-
ugh at a #MeToo meeting,
seizes the microphone stand
like a drowning man clutch-
ing at another drowning man.
“But seriously, folks,” he
says. “How about that airline
food? It tastes really bad.
“C’mon,” the columnist
snarls at the audience. “I
laughed when you came in.
Is this an audience or an oil Marc Dion
painting?”
The drummer hits a rimshot. “Ba-Dum-Ching.”
It’s time to cue the stripper. In 2018 America, it’s
ALWAYS time to cue the stripper.
So, last week, I’m sitting in my living room, eating
a ham and cheese Hot Pocket, and I get this idea for
a column. Yes, I’m a member of the “elite out-of-touch
media,” and yes, I was eating a Hot Pocket in the liv-
ing room. And somewhere between one end of the Hot POLITICS
Pocket and the other, just about the time the molten
cheese inside burned my lower lip, I had an idea.
Column ideas are like bunnies. Seen from a dis-
tance, they are cute and fuzzy, and you want to take
one home and pet it all the time. But if you get too
Has Bloomberg begun the battle for 2020?
Did former New Muskie, who had been Millennials also want new
close, that bunny runs into the strip of woods next to
York Mayor Michael Hubert Humphrey’s leadership. And to many centrist
the 7-Eleven.
Bloomberg just take running mate in 1968 Democrats in swing districts,
I got lucky. I grabbed this idea, and put it in the
a page out of the and was widely regard- Pelosi as the visible voice and face
trunk of my car while I went into the 7-Eleven and
playbook of Sen. Ed ed a top contender for of the national party remains a
bought some Hot Pockets. I took it out when I got
Muskie from half a 1972. perpetual problem.
home, and loved it and petted it until I had a newspa-
century ago? The mayor has If the Democrats fail to
per column.
In his first off-year been a Republican and recapture the House, the recrim-
In the column, I perkily made fun of gun owners,
election in 1970, Pres- independent as well as inations will be sweeping and
about fashions in guns, about how the well-armed ident Richard Nixon a Democrat. And as the demand for new leadership
defender of The Constitution wouldn’t be caught dead ran a tough attack The Washington Post’s overwhelming.
with a .357 magnum down at the gun range, not when campaign to hold the Robert Costa relates, But even if they do capture
the Colt .45 1911 automatic is all the rage. 52 House seats the Patrick Buchanan Bloomberg has draw- the House, the rewards may be
Oh, it was a spritely little column, energetic as a GOP had added in ‘66 backs: “He speaks fleeting.
fresh-caught bunny. and ‘68, and to pick up flatly with the faded A Democratic House will be a
And then some fellow white man took some guns a few more seats in the Senate. Boston accent from his youth, de- natural foil for President Trump,
into a synagogue and shot a number of aging Jews. The issue: law and order. The void of partisan passion and with an institution with responsibility
Given that no one young goes to the old mainline targets: the “radical liberals.” a technocratic emphasis.” but without real power.
houses of worship any more, shooting up a synagogue In that campaign’s final hours, With the energy of the Demo- And should the economy,
is like shooting up a nursing home. Muskie delivered a statesmanlike cratic Party coming from mili- which has been running splendid-
There are no jokes anymore, given that any address from Cape Elizabeth, tants, minorities and millennials, ly under a Republican Congress
horrible thing is likely to happen at any time here in Maine, excoriating the “unprece- would these true believers rally and president start to sputter
America. dented volume” of “name-calling” to a 76-year-old Manhattan media under a divided Congress, there
Ten years ago, a talented writer might have written and “deceptions” from the “high- magnate who wants to make their is no doubt that the Democratic
an explosively comic novel about a leering, crooked, est offices in the land.” party more centrist and prob- House majority, with its anti-cap-
pus-mouthed anti-intellectual, city bumpkin who be- Nixon picked up a pair of Sen- lem-solving, and to start beaver- italist left and socialist ideology,
comes president. It would have been funny as hell, too, ate seats, but Democrats gained a ing away at cutting the deficit? would emerge as the primary
funny like the Three Stooges were funny. dozen House seats, and the press Yet Bloomberg’s opening move suspect.
Of course, we elected that guy, so the joke is flatter scored it as a victory for Muskie, may force the pace of the politics Also, if Democrats win the
than a room full of actresses who never met a plastic who was vaulted into the lead of 2020. Should he announce, and House, Maxine Waters could
surgeon. position for the 1972 Democratic start spending on ads, he could be the new chair of the House
Humor depends in part on the unlikely. When was nomination. force the hand of Vice President Committee on Financial Services,
the last time you saw a priest, a minister and a rabbi In the final days of this elec- Joe Biden, who appears the Dem- Adam Schiff the chairman of the
walk into a bar? tion, Bloomberg just invested ocrats’ strongest candidate in tak- Permanent Select Committee on
If you do, tell them to take cover. $5 million to air, twice nation- ing back Pennsylvania, and the Intelligence, and Jerrold Nadler
Marc Dion, a nationally syndicated columnist, is a ally, a two-minute ad for the states of the industrial Midwest, of New York the chairman of
reporter and columnist for The Herald News, the daily Democratic Party that features from Trump. the House Judiciary Committee,
newspaper of his hometown, Fall River, Massachusetts. Bloomberg himself denouncing On the left wing of the Demo- the repository for resolutions of
For more on Dion, go to go to www.creators.com. the “fear-mongering,” and “shout- cratic Party, which seems certain impeachment. Does that look like
ing and hysterics” coming out of to have a finalist in the run for the a winning lineup?
Washington. 2020 nomination, the competition 2019 is thus shaping up to
“Americans are neither naive is stiff and the pressure to move be a year of gridlock on Capitol
Our View: Local Editorials nor heartless,” says the mayor. early equally great. Hill, with the Senate attempting
Local editorials appearing in this space represent the “We can be a nation of immi- If Socialist Bernie Sanders is to expeditiously move through
opinion of the newspaper’s editorial board: Peter Imes, grants while also securing our not to lock up this wing of the par- Trump’s nominated judges, and
editor and publisher; Birney Imes, publisher emeritus; borders.” ty as he did in 2016, Sens. Cory a Democratic House potentially
Slim Smith and senior newsroom staff. To inquire about That $5 million ad buy was Booker of New Jersey, Kamala hassling the White House and
a meeting with the board, please contact Peter Imes at only Bloomberg’s latest contri- Harris of California, and Eliza- Trump administration with a
662-328-2424, or e-mail voice@cdispatch.com. bution to the Democratic Party beth Warren of Massachusetts snowstorm of subpoenas.
during an election campaign into may have to move soon. This could be the kind of bat-
Voice of the People which he had already plunged But even before attention can tleground Donald Trump relishes.
We encourage you to share your opinion with readers of $110 million of his own money. turn to the presidential race, the A victorious Democratic Party
The Dispatch. Contributions of this mag- U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday could be set up to
Submit your letter to The Dispatch by: nitude support the idea that seems certain to witness a leader- take the fall, both for gridlock and
E-mail: voice@cdispatch.com Bloomberg will seek the presiden- ship battle. any major reversal in the progress
Mail: P.O. Box 511, Columbus, MS 39703 tial nomination as a Democrat. Nancy Pelosi is determined to of the economy.
In person: 516 Main St., Columbus, or 101 S. Lafayette
With resources like this at his dis- become speaker again if Dem- Patrick J. Buchanan, a nation-
St., No. 16, Starkville.
All letters must be signed by the author and must include posal, and a willingness to spend ocrats take the House Tuesday, ally syndicated columnist, was a se-
town of residence and a telephone number for verification into the hundreds of millions, he while the Congressional Black nior advisor to presidents Richard
purposes. Letters should be no more than 500 words, could last in the primaries as long Caucus has entered a demand for Nixon, Gerald Ford and Ronald
and guest columns should be 500-700 words. We reserve as he wants. one of the two top positions in the Reagan. His website is http://bu-
the right to edit submitted material. Yet, Bloomberg is no Ed House. chanan.org/blog.
The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com Wednesday, November 7, 2018 7A

News About Town
Health Notes n NUTRITION EDUCATION
Diabetes education class
1-800-431-1754.

SCHOOL NOTES
Parade is 10 a.m. Nov. 10
beginning at the Municipal
n EDUCATION LUNCHEON meets on fourth Wednesdays, Complex and ending at the
n VETERANS DAY ASSEMBLY Lowndes County Courthouse.
Baptist Golden Triangle hosts 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m., Baptist Gold- Heritage Academy hosts a
a community education lun- en Triangle Outpatient Pavilion. A wreath-laying ceremony will
Veterans Day Assembly at 9
cheon from noon-1 p.m. Nov. Physician referral required. follow at 11 a.m. For more
a.m. Nov. 9 at the High School
14 in Patient Tower Rooms For information, call 662-244- information, call CAFB Public
Student Activity Building,
4 and 5. Pulmonologist Dr. 1597 or email info.goldentrian- Affairs, 662-434-7068.
625 Magnolia Lane. Grades
Ciro Rincon presents “Healthy gle@bmhcc.org. 5-12 and veterans will attend. n PUBLIC HEARINGS
Lungs: The Importance of n ABUSE RECOVERY GROUP Lowndes County Recreation
Guest speaker is Lt. Col. Tom
Exercise for Healthy Breath- A Domestic Abuse Recovery Department holds public
McElhinney, Commander,
ing.” Lunch provided. For more Group meets Thursdays at 6 hearings at 6 p.m. Nov. 13 at
43rd Flying Training Squadron,
information and to register, p.m. through Safe Haven Inc. the West Lowndes High School
CAFB. Check in at the school
call 662-244-1132. Group counseling for rape Gymnasium, 644 S. Frontage
office prior to event. Call Beth
n FREE MAMMOGRAMS recovery is available. For infor- Lucas, 662-327-1556, ext. Road, and 6 p.m. Nov. 20 at
Baptist Golden Triangle mation, call 662-327-6118 or 211. New Hope Community Center,
offers free mammograms to 662-889-2067. n VETERANS DAY PARADE 381 Stadium Road, to discuss
women 35 and older who have Heritage Academy hosts a priorities/amenities for con-
n CHILDBIRTH CLASSES
no insurance coverage for Veterans Day Parade at 9 a.m. struction of a sports complex.
Baptist Golden Triangle offers
mammograms and are living Nov. 12 along Magnolia Lane, For more information, call
childbirth classes Tuesdays
in Lowndes, Oktibbeha, Clay, Columbus. Grades Jr. K-fourth Roger Short, 662-251-4014.
at 6 p.m. To register, call
Monroe or Chickasaw Coun- and veterans will attend.
662-244-2498 or email info. n BOOK SALE
ties. To see if you qualify, call Refreshments provided. Check
goldentriangle@bmhcc.org. Friends of the Library host a
662-244-2979. in at the school office prior
n CPR CLASSES Book Sale from 10:30 a.m.-
n CHILDBIRTH CLASSES Baptist Golden Triangle offers
event. For more information, 5:30 p.m. Nov. 15 and 10:30
Baptist Golden Triangle call Beth Lucas, 662-327- a.m.-3 p.m. Nov. 17 at the
CPR classes each month at
offers Childbirth classes and 1556 Ext. 211. Columbus Lowndes Public
6 p.m. in the Patient Tow-
Breastfeeding classes each n CHILDHOOD AUTISM Library, 314 Seventh St. N.
er. Classes are Nov. 5, 6.
month, 6 p.m., in room 6, Emerson Family Center, 1504 Proceeds help purchase new
Pre-registration required. Call
near the Gift Shop, $20. For Louisville St., Starkville, hosts books and fund activities. For
the Education Department,
information or to register, call an Early Childhood Autism more information, call 662-
662-244-2498.
662-386-5592. Spectrum Disorder and 329-5300.
n DIABETES EDUCATION
n CANCER SUPPORT Diabetes Self-Management Behavior in Early Childhood
Baptist Cancer Center hosts Education Class meets on Setting class from 5:30-6:30
a support group for cancer fourth Wednesdays at 8:30 p.m. Nov. 12. MSU Professor
survivors and their families, a.m. at Baptist Golden Triangle and school psychologist Dr.
noon-1 p.m. the third Friday of Outpatient Pavilion Conference Kassee Stratton-Fadke leads
every month. The next meeting Center. Physician referral discussion. For more informa-
is Nov. 16. Lunch provided. required. For information, call tion, call 662-320-4607.
For information and location, 662-244-1596.
call 662-244-2923.
n HYPERTENSION SUP-
n ANGER MANAGEMENT
Family Resource Center, Co-
OTHER EVENTS
PORT n PRE-THANKSGIVING
lumbus campus, 1575 Second DINNER
A pulmonary hypertension
Ave. N., offers free conflict The Town of Artesia, Artesia
support group meets at 2 p.m.
resolution and anger manage- mayor, Health Council and
the second Saturday of every
ment classes. For information, Lowndes County Recreation
month at North Mississippi
call 662-368-3603. Center hosts an Annual Senior
Medical Center-West Point Ed-
ucation Center, 385 Medical n FAMILY RESOURCE Citizen Pre-Thanksgiving
Center Drive. For information, CENTER Dinner at noon Nov. 10 at the
call Dana Albert, 662-295- The Family Resource Center Artesia Community Center, 46
3642. offers free classes including Front St., Artesia. All senior
parenting, anger management, citizens welcome. Door prizes
■ DIABETES SUPPORT healthy relationships, life given. For more information,
Baptist Golden Triangle hosts
skills and youth development call 662-272-5104.
day classes for Diabetes
education classes. Call 662- n RETIREE APPRECIATION
Support on third Wednesdays
251-1861. DAY
of each month, 10-11 a.m. in
room 6 PT. For information, n BAPTIST VOLUNTEERS Columbus Air Force Base
call Lacy Smith at 662-244- Baptist Golden Triangle hosts Retiree Appreciation
1392 or 800-544-8762, ext. seeks caring, compassionate Day from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Nov.
1392. volunteers to help in a variety 9 at the Columbus Club. Dog
■ HEART SUPPORT of hospital settings. For infor- demonstrations, aircraft
Weekly education/sup- mation, call 662-244-1165 displays, health screenings,
port group for people with or email info.goldentriangle@ flu shots and more available
congestive heart failure are bmhcc.org. for military retirees and their
Thursdays 11 a.m.-noon in the n DRUG/ALCOHOL families. For information, call
Outpatient Pavilion Boardroom, INTERVENTION CAFB Public Affairs, 662-434-
Baptist Golden Triangle. For Narconon offers drug and 7068.
information, call 244-1953 or alcohol interventions. For free n VETERANS DAY PARADE
244-2132. screenings or referrals, call The Columbus Veterans Day
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Deanna Robinson/Dispatch Staff
File clerk, Kayla Hairston, pushes a cart of ballots through the hall past Joe Studdard, Charlie Studdard, and
Stephanie Studdard at Lowndes County Courthouse Tuesday evening. Studdard appears to be heading for runoff
in one of three chancery judge races on area ballots for the general election.

Election
Continued from Page 1A
“We have had three typically in a run-off it Chancery Court District 14, Place 1
great judges,” she said. doesn’t get that high,” he
“I am so honored, and added. “So our job is to Candidate Votes
I’m going to make them get our people back out to Elizabeth Fox Ausbern 5,546
proud. I’m going to make the poll and finish what
Gene Barton 2,686
them proud because I’m we started.”
going to follow the law, Jourdan said Goodwin R. Todd Bennett 713
uphold the constitution had a “respectable show- Rodney Faver 5,258
and fairly and impartially ing” and that the winner Lee Ann Turner 5,187
do justice. That’s what it’s of the runoff will most
all about.” likely be whoever can cap-
Perkins did not re- ture most of his voters. Chancery Court District 14, Place 2
spond to calls for com- “Both of us (Studdard Candidate Votes
ment by press time. and Jourdan), I think,
Gary Street Goodwin 4,273
Tuesday’s other chan- have been here so long
cery judge elections were that our supporters are Carrie A. Jourdan 6,083
less decisive. pretty firmly well in place, Joseph N. “Joe” Studdard 6,273
The five candidate so I think the job will be
subdistrict 14-1 race to
replace Judge Kenneth
who can get the people
that were voting for Gary
Chancery Court District 14, Place 3
Burns, who is not seeking to vote for them,” she Candidate Votes
another term, between said. Paula Drungole-Ellis 10,281
Elizabeth Ausbern, Gene The chancery judge Roy A. Perkins 6,036
Barton, Todd Bennett, district includes all or
Rodney Faver and Lee part of six counties — Chris McDaniel (2,360) 54.46 percent, to Wick-
Ann Turner appeared to Lowndes, Oktibbeha, and Tobey Bartee (295). er’s 3,003 votes, or 44.01
be heading to a runoff at Clay, Noxubee, Chicka- In the First District House percent.
the end of the night on saw and Webster — with race, Kelly lead the way Espy also carried Clay
Tuesday. voters casting ballots in in Lowndes County with County, with 3,848 votes,
With absentee ballots only one of three subdis- 10,120 votes, followed by or 55.65 percent. Hyde-
still to be counted as of trict races according to Randy Wadkins (8,132) Smith got 2,294 votes, or
Wednesday morning, the where they live. and T. Lou O’Hara Hill 33.17 percent and McDan-
race remained too close Chancery judges deal (136). iel got 632 votes, or 9.14
between three front-run- with family court issues, Wicker carried Oktib- percent.
ners to determine which as well as probate and beha County over Baria In the First Congres-
two will advance to a small civil cases. with 6,448 votes, or 50.04 sional District race in
runoff. percent of the vote, to Clay County, Wadkins led
Ausbern, Faver and Senate, House races Baria’s 6,159 votes, or 47.8 with 3,779 votes, or 54.5
Turner led as of Wednes- Incumbent Republi- percent. percent, to Kelly’s 3,100
day morning, with 5,546, can Roger Wicker won Espy led Oktibbeha votes, or 44.75 percent.
5,258 and 5,187 votes, re- the regular U.S. Senate County in U.S. Senate In the Senate Special
spectively. The numbers election while Cindy special election, with election in Noxubee Coun-
bring Ausbern to 27.26 Hyde-Smith and Mike 6,421 votes, or 49.43 per- ty, Mike Espy led the way
percent of the vote, Faver Espy advanced to the Nov. cent. Hyde-Smith came in with 2,747 votes, followed
to 26.94 percent and 27 runoff in the four-can- second, with 4,962 votes, by Cindy Hyde-Smith
Turner to 26.08 percent. didate race. Republican or 38.2 percent, and Mc- (883), Chris McDaniel
Gene Barton logged Michael Guest won the Daniel trailed with 1,370 (883) and Tobey Bartee
2,686 votes, while R. Todd statewide race for Third votes, or 10.55 percent. (103).
Bennett garnered 713. Congressional District In the First Congres- In the other Senate
Oktibbeha, Webster House of Representatives sional District election, race, David Baria led
and Chickasaw counties while Republican incum- Republican U.S. Rep. among Noxubee County
will continue to count bent Trent Kelly won the Trent Kelly carried the voters with 2,742 votes,
absentee and affidavit bal- 1st Congressional District county with 748 votes, or followed by incumbent
lots in the subdistrict 14-1 House race. 60.76 percent of the vote, Roger Wicker with 1,074,
race through the day. In the statewide races to Democratic challenger Danny Shawn O’Hara
The three-candidate in Lowndes County, Wick- Randy Mack Wadkins’ (23) and Danny Bedwell
subdistrict 14-2 race is er led the way in the U.S. 476, or 38.67 percent. (21).
headed to a runoff be- Senate race with 10,014 In the Third Congres- In the Third Congres-
tween Columbus attor- votes, followed by David sional District, Republican sional House race, Evans
neys Joe Studdard and Baria with 7,891 votes, Michael Evans won 5,898 led the way with 2,546
Carrie Jourdan. Danny Bedwell (197) and votes, or 50.46 percent votes, followed by Guest
Studdard led with Shawn O’Hara (69). of the vote in Oktibbeha with 803 votes and Hol-
6,273 votes, or 37.8 In the Senate special County, while Democrat land with 27.
percent of the vote, as of election, Mike Espy car- Michael Guest won 5,661 Reporters Slim Smith
this morning. Jourdan ried in Lowndes County votes, or 48.43 percent. and Mary Pollitz contribut-
had 6,083 votes, or 36.6 with 8,209 votes, followed In Clay County, Baria ed to this report.
percent. by Hyde-Smith (7,437), led with 3,716 votes, or
Columbus Municipal
Judge Gary Goodwin
finished third with 4,273
votes, or 25.5 percent.
The result included full
election day and absentee
ballots from Lowndes
County, with Clay County
still to count absentee
ballots today.
All three were vying to
replace Judge Jim David-
son, who opted not to run
again.
Both Studdard and
Jourdan said they were
impressed with high voter
turnout and that their
priorities going forward
would be to get voters
back out for a runoff.
“I’m feeling good.
We’re excited to be in the
runoff,” Studdard said.
“We have worked very
hard and we expected
a run-off because of the
situation with new candi-
dates running.
“The turnout has been
extremely heavy and
we are just interested in
getting to work on how to
get the turn-out back in
similar numbers, because
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Cohen: Anagnost’s message drives Bulldogs
STARKVILLE the Bulldogs while NCAA tournament. On Monday,

J
ohn Cohen has embraced the keeping his eyes MSU made history when it earned
new age of social media. and ears tuned into the program’s first NCAA bid.
In an era where coaches ways to enhance There have been many years of
tweet out invitations for potential the atmosphere at disappointment for a program that
recruits to visit their campuses, events. started in 1995. The Bulldogs last
administrators like John Cohen There’s no doubt advanced to the Southeastern Con-
have taken an active role in pro- Cohen will be at Adam ference tournament in 2004, but a
moting their schools. As Missis- the MSU Soccer Minichino Ratings Percentage Index (RPI)
Kelly Donoho/Mississippi State Athletic Media Relations
sippi State’s Director of Athletics, Field at 4 p.m. Fri- of No. 19 and the SEC’s strongest Members of the Mississippi State women’s soccer
Cohen is a visible presence at the day when the MSU schedule helped coach Tom An- team celebrate Monday afternoon after learning the
school’s sporting events. He takes women’s soccer team plays host to agnost’s team build a résumé that squad made history and earned a bid to the field of 64
time to talk to fans and to cheer on Lipscomb in the first round of the See MINICHINO, 4B teams for the NCAA tournament.

PREP FOOTBALL WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL college football
Five still Moorhead hopes
alive as Bulldogs will follow
playoffs
heat up familiar path to win
By Bret t Hudson
At this point in time in bhudson@cdispatch.com
the prep football season,
teams still practicing are STARKVILLE — Joe Moorhead’s coaching
excited about the pros- staff rides a fine line in weeks like these.
pect. It knows the No. 18 Mississippi State
We have five area football team is a 24-point
teams set to do battle underdog against No. 1
Friday night when the Alabama, but it also knows its
Mississippi High School process is good enough to produce
Activities Association wins against any opponent. The
(MHSAA) and Mississip- coaches have seen it happen
pi Association of Inde- against steeper odds than the
pendent Schools (MAIS) ones they’ll see Saturday, when
resume their playoffs. MSU (6-3, 2-3 Southeastern Moorhead
In the Conference) takes on No. 1
MHSAA, Alabama (9-0, 6-0) at 2:30 p.m. in Tuscaloosa,
West Alabama. CBS will broadcast the game.
Point is Moorhead’s teams have pulled off more im-
looking probable wins. Twice in his four years at Foot-
for a ball Championship Subdivision (FCS) Fordham
third- earned wins at Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS).
straight The Rams did it by playing with the energy need-
ed to pull an upset and remaining consistent.
Scott Walters Class “Coach Moorhead always talks about the
5A title,
while process producing results,” said MSU’s quar-
Noxubee County is look- Kelly Donoho/Mississippi State Athletic Media Relations terbacks coach/pass game coordinator Andrew
ing to repeat as Class 4A Mississippi State senior center Teaira McCowan blocks a shot by Southeast Breiner, who was Moorhead’s offensive coordi-
champions. Starkville is Missouri’s Kennedi Allen on Tuesday night in Starkville. McCowan had a nator at Fordham. “I think when you’re at one of
still alive after winning
game-high 24 points, 17 rebounds, and seven blocks in the 88-53 win. those FCS schools, every one of those kids got

No. 6 MSU SHOWS IT
the Class 6A North State told no by a FBS school. Not necessarily from a
title last season. coaching staff standpoint, but I think a lot of it is
In the MAIS, Heritage intrinsic, and as a coaching staff you try to fan
Academy is two wins that flame so to speak.
away from a Class AAA “We remind them they were told no by this

WANTS TO PUSH TEMPO
state title, while Colum- school and the opportunity to prove that they
bus Christian Academy is belong and are as good or better than the team
two wins away in Class A. they’re competing against.”
Starkville will begin Michael Nebrich was the quarterback for
postseason play Friday Moorhead’s first upset, a 30-29 victory against
when it plays host to Holmes leads stable of guards that can generate transition scoring Temple in 2013. He remembers the team was
confident after beating Rhode Island and a
South Panola. Current
South Panola coach Ricky ranked Villanova before the Temple game. He
By Adam Minichino
Woods led Starkville to its aminichino@cdispatch.com
McCowan, Howard also remembers how the coaches rode the line.
last state title in 2015. Honored “They made it a normal week but didn’t down-
This season, the Yellow STARKVILLE — Jazzmun n Mississippi State senior center Teaira play the situation,” Nebrich said. “Our prepara-
Jackets have responded Holmes looked comfortable in her McCowan and graduate transfer Anriel tion was the same. Our film study was all the
nicely from a Class 6A, first starring role. Howard were two of 30 players named same, but they still said this was a big opportuni-
Region 2 loss to North- For the last three years, Holmes to the Preseason Top 30 ty, this was an opportunity to put us on the map
west Rankin in their sec- has served as an un- Wooden Award list. The honor is and show the country what we can do.”
ond region game. Since derstudy to Morgan presented annually to the nation’s top Approaching an upset like another game
then, Starkville has won William as the floor player. Notre Dame paced all teams kept high-octane offenses in that mode. Nebrich
five straight, including a general for Vic Schae-
with five players — Marina Mabrey, Arike threw for 320 yards against Temple and running
Ogunbowale, Jessica Shepard, back Carlton Koonce ran for 168. Fordham then
hard-fought win at Madi- fer’s Mississippi State Brianna Turner, and Jackie Young —
son Central and blowout women’s basketball averaged 7.4 yards per play against Army in a 37-
on the list. Connecticut has three — 35 victory in 2015.
wins against traditional team. In that time, she Napheesa Collier, Crystal Dangerfield,
nemesis Warren Central has learned the impor- That mind-set also allowed Fordham to make
and Katie Lou Samuelson — on the
and Clinton. Holmes tance Schaefer places pivotal plays. Against Temple, it scored on three
list. Baylor (Kalani Brown and Lauren
The loss to Northwest on taking care of the Cox), Oregon (Ruthy Hebard and Sabrina See MSU, 3B
Rankin puts Starkville basketball and communicating with Ionescu), and Stanford (Alanna Smith
down a seed line with a her teammates. and Kiana Williams) joined MSU with two Game 10
second-place finish in There have been plenty of ups players selected. n At No. 1 Alabama, 2:30 p.m. Saturday
region play. That means and downs for a player who arrived (WCBI; WKBB-FM 100.9, WJEC-FM 106.5,
a showdown against top- in Starkville as a quiet standout from (turnovers), so that is almost (a) four- WFCA-FM 107.9).
ranked Horn Lake would Harrison Central High School. to-one (ratio), which is what you want.
come in the second round But Holmes has blossomed into I thought they did a nice job running Inside
of the playoffs and not a vocal presence who appears to be our team and scoring. You get 7-for- n MORE COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Michigan moved up to
the third round. It also focused on leading MSU back to the 12 (shooting from the field) at that No. 4 in the second edition of the College Football
means a potential rematch Final Four. position and that is pretty good.” Playoff Rankings. Page 3B
against Northwest Rankin Holmes had 11 points and five as- Senior center Teaira McCowan
for North State would be sists as one of four players in double led the Bulldogs with 24 points, 17
at Northwest Rankin. figures in No. 6 MSU’s 88-53 victory rebounds, and seven blocked shots. Follow MSU on podcast
However, first things against Southeast Missouri before Chloe Bibby (11 points, six rebounds, n The Dispatch and WCBI have come together to
first. three blocks), and Jordan Danberry launch the Straight Sippin’ podcast. The Dispatch’s
an announced attendance of 6,373 at Brett Hudson will join Tom Eble and Courtney Robb
Starkville will need Humphrey Coliseum in the season (10 points, five rebounds, three as-
twice a week during football season, Wednesday and
another dominating opener for both teams. sists) also reached double figures. Sunday, to preview and to recap Mississippi State and
defensive performance to “I thought Jazz played well run- Holmes was 5-for-8 from the field Ole Miss football. Follow Brett Hudson on Twitter,
shut down a South Panola ning the point,” Schaefer said. “Myah and committed only one turnover in @Brett_Hudson, to get the latest episode. The podcast
See WALTERS, 3B (Taylor) had six (assists) and two See TEMPO, 2B will be on iTunes and Google Play soon.
2B Wednesday, November 7, 2018 The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com

COLLEGE BASKETBALL Basketball Southern Mississippi 111,
Southeastern Baptist
Tuesday’s Men’s Major

Balanced scoring attack College Scores College 66
SOUTHEASTERN BAPTIST COLLEGE
EAST (0-1): Henyard 3-10 1-3 9, Brown 1-1 1-2 3,
Army 73, Marist 69 James 1-3 0-0 2, Currie 4-15 1-2 11, Grover
Boston College 73, Milwaukee 53 3-11 0-0 7, Early 2-3 1-2 5, McClain 0-3 0-1 0,
Boston U. 77, Northeastern 74 Green 2-4 0-0 5, Pruitt 0-1 1-2 1, Smith 0-1 0-0

leads Alabama in opener
Buffalo 82, St. Francis (Pa.) 67 0, Cook 3-6 0-0 8, Fielder 2-8 0-0 6, Phillips 3-4
CCSU 75, Hartford 68 2-2 9. Totals 24-70 7-14 66.
Cornell 86, Binghamton 75 SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI (0-0):” Jac-
Dartmouth 114, Newbury 39 donmi 2-3 0-0 4, Holland 2-7 0-0 6, Draine 5-7
Elon 62, Manhattan 56 2-2 13, Edwards 4-8 0-1 8, Griffin 5-11 1-3 12,
Fordham 106, City College of New York 58 Harper-Baker 3-3 2-2 8, Stevenson 5-8 5-6 15,
Georgetown 68, Md.-Eastern Shore 53 Marshall 4-5 1-6 9, Watson 1-5 2-3 5, Hampton
From Special Reports 4-7 4-4 14, Daniel 1-5 0-1 2, Magee 4-9 4-6 15.
Roundup Harvard 78, MIT 66
Holy Cross 93, Sacred Heart 81
LIU Brooklyn 109, New Rochelle 76
Totals 40-78 21-34 111.
Halftime—Southern Miss. 52-26. 3-Point
Goals—Southeastern Baptist College 11-35
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Lehigh 85, Monmouth (NJ) 61
NJIT 81, Colgate 78, OT (Cook 2-3, Henyard 2-6, Currie 2-7, Fielder 2-7,
The Alabama men’s basketball ni Association. New Hampshire 108, Rivier 54
Pittsburgh 69, Youngstown St. 53
Phillips 1-1, Green 1-2, Grover 1-4, James 0-2,
McClain 0-3), Southern Miss. 10-34 (Magee
team placed four players in Alabama will play host to Providence 77, Siena 67 3-7, Hampton 2-4, Holland 2-6, Draine 1-3,
Watson 1-5, Griffin 1-5, Daniel 0-1, Edwards
Rhode Island 97, Bryant 63
double figures Tuesday night Appalachian State at 6 p.m. Seton Hall 89, Wagner 49
0-3). Fouled Out—Henyard. Rebounds—
Southeastern Baptist College 29 (Henyard 9),
in an 82-62 victory against (SEC Network). The game will St. John’s 76, Loyola (Md.) 55
Stony Brook 77, George Washington 74, OT
Southern Miss. 58 (Edwards 10). Assists—
Southeastern Baptist College 11 (Henyard 3),
Southern in the season opener be part of Bama Salute night, Syracuse 66, E. Washington 34
Temple 75, La Salle 67
Southern Miss. 31 (Edwards 10). Total Fouls—
Southeastern Baptist College 23, Southern
for both teams at Coleman Col- which recognizes all military UMass 83, Mass.-Lowell 75 Miss. 14. A—2,149 (8,095).
Villanova 100, Morgan St. 77
iseum. veterans prior to and during SOUTH Men’s Preseason
Senior forward Donta Hall the game. Alabama 82, Southern U. 62
Appalachian St. 125, Mars Hill 62 All-Southeastern
matched his career high with n Southern Mississippi 111, Auburn 101, South Alabama 58 Conference
Southeastern Baptist 66: At Hattiesburg, For- Austin Peay 114, Oakland City 53 First Team
20 points to lead the charge for mer New Hope High School standout Tyler Ste-
Campbell 97, UNC-Wilmington 93, OT
Charleston Southern 100,
Daniel Gafford — Arkansas
the Crimson Tide. venson and Dominic Magee had 15 points Tues- Columbia International 68
Reid Travis — Kentucky
PJ Washington — Kentucky
Chattanooga 80, Charlotte 69
Sophomore John Petty hit day night to lead five players in double figures in Clemson 100, The Citadel 80
Tremont Waters — LSU
Quinndary Weatherspoon —
five 3-pointers and poured in the season opener for both teams. Coastal Carolina 91, Ferrum 47 Mississippi State
Coll. of Charleston 85, Presbyterian 73 Chris Silva — South Carolina
It was the program’s 10th-highest scoring
17 points. Tevin Mack had 10 game, and best output of the Doc Sadler era.
Davidson 83, Cleveland St. 63
Duke 118, Kentucky 84
Admiral Schofield — Tennessee
Grant Williams — Tennessee
points in his first game for Ala- “I think any time you score like that, you have East Carolina 81, Delaware St. 56 Second Team
Florida A&M 65, Jacksonville 50 Donta Hall — Alabama
bama. Galin Smith also had 10. to be pleased,” Sadler said. “We had some guys Florida St. 81, Florida 60 Herbert Jones — Alabama
Bryce Brown — Auburn
Freshman Kira Lewis Jr., who who hadn’t been big scorers really step up. We Furman 102, Bob Jones 48
Georgia St. 74, ETSU 68 Jared Harper — Auburn
didn’t even need guys like Gabe Watson, Kevin
earned the start at point guard, Holland, and Cortez Edwards, who are some of
Hampton 110, Mid-Atlantic Christian 58
James Madison 86, Eastern Mennonite 58
KeVaughn Allen — Florida
Jalen Hudson — Florida
had six points and a game-high our best shooters, to get that many, and that’s a LSU 94, SE Louisiana 63 Terence Davis — Ole Miss
Aric Holman — Mississippi State
Lipscomb 97, Sewanee 53
seven assists. positive.” Longwood 84, Randolph 56 TJ Starks — Texas A&M
Darius Garland — Vanderbilt
Alabama played without Ri- Southern Miss used a 19-4 run to take a 31- Louisiana-Lafayette 121,
10 lead with 7:54 left in the first half.
University of the Virgin Islands 80
SEC Schedule
ley Norris, Dazon Ingram, and Louisiana-Monroe 75, Jackson St. 66 Today’s Game
Stevenson, who was making his debut with Maryland 73, Delaware 67 Savannah State at Texas A&M, 8:30 p.m.
Javian Davis-Fleming, who the Golden Eagles, had 11 points at halftime.
Memphis 76, Tennessee Tech 61 Thursday’s Games
Middle Tennessee 91, Lees-McRae 69
were all sidelined with injuries. Leonard Harper-Baker had 10. Morehead St. 102, Kentucky Christian 82
No games scheduled
Friday’s Games
N. Kentucky 102, Wilmington College 38
“I thought we finished the The Black and Gold led 52-26 at the break. NC State 105, Mount St. Mary’s 55
Louisiana at Tennessee, 6 p.m.
Arkansas vs. Texas, 6 p.m. (ESPN)
first half awfully strong,” Al- Anfernee Hampton added 14 points, while New Orleans 95, Spring Hill 66 Stony Brook at South Carolina, 6 p.m.
LaDavius Draine had 13 and Tyree Griffin added Nicholls 86, Mississippi College 58 Missouri at Iowa State, 6 p.m.
abama coach Avery Johnson 12.
North Carolina 78, Wofford 67 Southern Illinois at Kentucky, 6 p.m.
(SEC Network)
Northwestern St. 102,
said. “We got some momen- Edwards had eight points, 10 rebounds, and Centenary College of Louisiana 62 Charleston Southern at Florida, 6 p.m.
Old Dominion 67, Navy 44 Austin Peay at Mississippi State, 6:30 p.m.
tum there and the ball started a career-high 10 assists. Penn 72, George Mason 71 UNC Greensboro at LSU, 7 p.m.
Southern Miss will take on SMU at 2 p.m. Savannah State at Georgia, 7:30 p.m.
moving and we were dominant Radford 91, Davis & Elkins 57
SC State 99, Brevard College 51 Washington at Auburn, 8:30 p.m.
Sunday.
on the backboards. Through- Women
Samford 91, North Alabama 74
South Carolina 65, SC-Upstate 52
(SEC Network)
UC Irvine at Texas A&M, 8:30 p.m.
out the game we still turned it n Ole Miss 60, Norfolk State 42: At Ox- South Florida 80, Alabama A&M 63 Saturday’s Game
Western Michigan at Ole Miss, 3 p.m.
Southern Mississippi 111,
over a little bit too much, but I ford, Crystal Allen had 16 points Tuesday night Southeastern Baptist College 66
Sunday’s Games
Hartford at Mississippi State, 4 p.m.
was really proud of some of the to help first-year head coach Yolett McPhee-Mc- Tennessee 86, Lenoir-Rhyne 41
Troy 95, Fort Valley State 60
(SEC Network)
Cuin earn her first win at the school in the season Appalachian State at Alabama, 6 p.m.
shots we got especially from opener for both teams.
UAB 75, Mercer 67
UCF 84, Rider 70
(SEC Network)
Vanderbilt at USC, 8 p.m. (Pac-12 Network)
behind the 3-point line. “We’re gonna be tough,” McPhee-McCuin UNC-Greensboro 74, NC A&T 66
“I was proud of the way
UT Martin 91, Cumberland 58 Tuesday’s Women’s
said. “I never said we were gonna win games. I VCU 69, Gardner-Webb 57
College Scores
the guys moved the ball. We said we’re gonna be tough, we’re gonna be com- VMI 89, Washington College (MD) 56
Vanderbilt 92, Winthrop 79 EAST
had some guys in uniform for petitive, we’re gonna act like we enjoy playing the Virginia 73, Towson 42 Binghamton 69, Charleston (WV) 62
Brown 68, CCSU 63
game, and when you watch us, you will be able to MIDWEST
the very first time whether its see that. I didn’t know how this game was gonna
Akron 70, Cedarville 50 Bryant 58, Mass.-Lowell 57
Bucknell 70, Monmouth (NJ) 32
Ball St. 86, Indiana St. 69
Tevin Mack or Kira Lewis — go. Norfolk won 18 games and they have a bunch Bowling Green 91, Tiffin 52 Fairleigh Dickinson 97, Rutgers-Newark 51
Hofstra 74, Iona 49
Cent. Michigan 98, Concordia (MI) 67
those guys need reps and min- of seniors. We really needed to dig down and dig Creighton 78, W. Illinois 67
Howard 57, La Salle 54
Lehigh 73, Kutztown 39
utes. But I’m really proud of deep and figure out a way to start this season off E. Michigan 77, Rochester College 67 Manhattan 61, LIU Brooklyn 46
with a win.” Green Bay 110, Wisconsin Lutheran 54 Mount St. Mary’s 74,
our team because you just nev- Ole Miss fell behind 8-0, but McPhee-Mc-
Illinois St. 74, Florida Gulf Coast 66 Washington College (MD) 50
Indiana 104, Chicago St. 55 Princeton 89, Rider 65
er know how these first games Cuin elected not to call a timeout. The Rebels Iowa St. 79, Alabama St. 53 Rutgers 96, St. Francis (Pa.) 52
Kansas 92, Michigan St. 87
could go at home, especially responded by going on a 10-0 run over a course Louisiana Tech 71, Wichita St. 58
Seton Hall 95, Wagner 40
St. Bonaventure 76, Niagara 48
against an opponent that you’re of 5:44 to take their first lead. Loyola of Chicago 76, UMKC 45 St. Francis Brooklyn 102, Mercy 51
Marquette 67, UMBC 42 St. Peter’s 70, NJIT 57
Jhileiya Dunlap, a former Gatorade Player
not familiar with.” of the Year in the state of South Carolina, had
Michigan 63, Norfolk St. 44
Minnesota 104, Nebraska-Omaha 76
Syracuse 85, North Dakota 49
Temple 75, Delaware St. 61
Alabama used a 12-2 run to 12 points, 10 rebounds, four blocked shots and Missouri 68, Cent. Arkansas 55 UMBC 65, Gettysburg College 51
UMass 78, Sacred Heart 61
Missouri St. 84, Oral Roberts 50
build a 32-20 lead with 6 min- three steals. N. Illinois 93, Rockford 54 West Virginia 78, Coppin St. 37
Yale 80, Colgate 61
utes, 27 seconds left in the first Junior transfer Shannon Dozier had 11 N. Iowa 97, Bemidji State 51
Nebraska 106, MVSU 37 SOUTH
points and three steals off the bench. Mimi Reid Auburn 97, Grambling St. 48
half. The Jaguars missed their had eight points, six assists, four rebounds, and
North Dakota 104, Northland College 48
Notre Dame 84, Ill.-Chicago 67 Charleston Southern 101, Converse 50
last 10 attempts from the field two steals, and La’Karis Salter had eight points, Pacific 74, SIU-Edwardsville 65 Chattanooga 61, Lee University 55
Coastal Carolina 77, W. Carolina 59
Purdue 90, Fairfield 57
before the half. Alabama capi- eight rebounds, two assists, and two steals). Rio Grande 91, Texas A&M-Commerce 84
East Carolina 84, Md.-Eastern Shore 69
Florida St. 103, Troy 67
talized by going on a 13-1 run Shandricka Sessom had three points and S. Dakota St. 79, Grand Canyon 74
Saint Louis 75, SE Missouri 65
Gardner-Webb 60, Florida 58
George Mason 70, Loyola (Md.) 38
to end the half and take a 45-27 six rebounds. Valparaiso 121, Concordia-Chicago 65 Georgetown 73, Richmond 53
Ole Miss will play host to IUPUI at 7 p.m. W. Michigan 89, Detroit 76 Jacksonville St. 62, Florida A&M 31
lead at intermission. Friday.
Wisconsin 85, Coppin St. 63 LSU 66, Sam Houston St. 52
Xavier 82, IUPUI 69 Lamar 79, Louisiana-Lafayette 77
In the second half, Alabama n Southern Mississippi 74, SOUTHWEST Lane 70, Alcorn St. 58
Abilene Christian 107, Arlington Baptist 54 Lincoln (PA) 51, Morgan St. 46
used a 13-2 run with 7:21 left in William Carey 48: At Hattiesburg, Former Lamar 79, Huston-Tillotson 59 Lipscomb 69, Cincinnati Christian 51
the game to take a command- Starkville High School standout Kelsey Jones North Texas 89, Angelo State 55 Louisiana Tech 112, LSU-Alexandria 70
Rice 80, Saint Leo 64 Louisville 102, W. Kentucky 80
earned her first career start and scored 15
ing 71-45 lead. points and grabbed 12 rebounds for her first dou-
Sam Houston St. 85, East Texas Baptist 64
Stephen F. Austin 83, Texas Wesleyan 71
Miami 94, FIU 43
Mississippi 60, Norfolk St. 42
Prior to the game, Johnson, ble-double Tuesday to lead the Golden Eagles in Texas 71, E. Illinois 59 Mississippi St. 88, SE Missouri 53
New Orleans 104,
Texas Southern 72, Baylor 69
who graduated from Southern their season opener. Texas Tech 87, Incarnate Word 37 Centenary College of Louisiana 42
North Alabama 74, Vanderbilt 71
in 1988 as the program’s all- Camille Anderson, who sat out last season Texas-Arlington 90, Texas-Tyler 66
North Carolina 100, Elon 69
Tulsa 73, Alcorn St. 56
due to NCAA transfer rules, had nine points and Old Dominion 83, Campbell 59
time assist leader, was honored five rebounds.
UTEP 90, Texas of the Permian Basin 63
FAR WEST
Savannah St. 155, Wesleyan College 26
with the Distinguished Alumni Southern Miss will play host to Grambling Air Force 90, Johnson & Wales (CO) 65
Southern Miss. 74, William Carey 48
Southern U. 71, Millsaps 36
Arizona St. 102, Cal St.-Fullerton 94, 2OT
Award from the Jaguars’ Alum- State at 2 p.m. Sunday. Tennessee Tech 88, Cumberland University 55

Tempo
Denver 62, Maine 50 UNC-Wilmington 74, Belmont Abbey 58
Fresno St. 91, Alaska-Anchorage 63 UT Martin 89, Samford 68
Gonzaga 120, Idaho St. 79 VCU 72, William & Mary 55
Loyola Marymount 75, Westcliff University 43 Virginia Tech 96, SC-Upstate 45
Nevada 86, BYU 70 Wake Forest 60, Towson 53
New Mexico 87, CS Northridge 84 Wofford 81, Georgia Southern 65
Continued from Page 1B New Mexico St. 73, N. Dakota St. 56
Oregon 84, Portland St. 57
MIDWEST
Cincinnati 69, Austin Peay 48
25 minutes. Her best sequence 16 fast-break points, which pro- Oregon St. 72, UC Riverside 59
Portland 111, Multnomah 103
Cleveland St. 113, Salem International 81
Detroit 68, UM Dearborn 60
came in the third quarter when vided a good starting point for S. Utah 109, West Coast Baptist 63
San Diego 83, Weber St. 66
E. Illinois 102, Oakland City 43
Fort Wayne 87, Indiana-Kokomo 50
she pushed tempo to help the a team Holmes and Schaefer San Diego St. 76, Ark.-Pine Bluff 60 IUPUI 101, Purdue University Northwest 40
Iowa 102, Dakota Wesleyan 54
San Francisco 76, UC Davis 42
Bulldogs assert control. With feel will be a work in progress. Southern Cal 83, Robert Morris 62 Marquette 91, S. Dakota St. 52
Michigan St. 99, Bowling Green 69
9 minutes, 9 seconds remain- “That is what coach wants Stanford 96, Seattle 74
UC Irvine 86, Idaho 68 Missouri 89, W. Illinois 64
N. Dakota St. 49, Mayville State 43
ing in the stanza, Holmes took us from us. He wants us to run UC Santa Barbara 76, Wyoming 66
UCLA 96, Fort Wayne 71
Northwestern 57, Green Bay 55
Oakland 94, Grace Bible College 48
a pass from Danberry on a in transition,” Holmes said. Utah St. 101, Montana St. 71 South Florida 71, Ohio St. 47
Utah Valley 96, Westminster (UT) 71
quick lookahead and convert- “That’s how we’re going to Washington 73, W. Kentucky 55
Youngstown St. 69, Robert Morris 59
SOUTHWEST
ed a layup. She then took the score our points, so that’s what The Associated Press Baylor 100, Nicholls 39
Cent. Arkansas 55, Central Baptist College 34
Bulldogs’ first charge of the we need to do.” Men’s Top 25 Fared Oral Roberts 74, Harris-Stowe State 46
TCU 61, Duquesne 48
season. Two possessions later, Howard is another play- Tuesday
1. Kansas (1-0) beat No. 10 Michigan Texas A&M-CC 78, St. Thomas (TX) 40
Tulsa 55, Stetson 54
Holmes grabbed the rebound er who can push tempo. The State 92-87. Next: vs. Vermont, Monday.
2. Kentucky (0-1) lost to No. 4 Duke UTSA 78, Concordia (TX) 51
FAR WEST
and pushed the basketball for a 5-foot-11 graduate transfer 118-84. Next: vs. Southern Illinois, Friday.
3. Gonzaga (1-0) beat Idaho State Air Force 72, Western State Colorado 54
layup to give MSU a 54-27 lead from Texas A&M can handle 120-79. Next: vs. Texas Southern, Saturday. Arizona St. 81, Incarnate Word 43
CS Bakersfield 76, Wright St. 74
4. Duke (1-0) beat No. 2 Kentucky 118-84.
with 7:33 to play. the basketball and is athlet- Next: vs. Army, Sunday. Cal Poly 87, Academy of Art 65
Cal St.-Fullerton 57, Seattle 54
5. Virginia ( 1-0) beat Towson 73-42.
“Watching Jazz get a re- ic enough to beat opponents Next: vs. George Washington, Sunday. California 80, Houston 79
Colorado 77, N. Colorado 69
bound and dribble the length down the court. She showed in 6. Tennessee (1-0) beat Lenoir-Rhyne
86-41. Next: vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, Friday. Colorado St. 72, Eastern New Mexico 46
Idaho 88, CS Northridge 73
of the floor past everybody, I the exhibition victory against 7. Nevada (1-0) beat BYU 86-70. Next: vs.
Pacific, Friday. Loyola Marymount 69, UCLA 63
Montana St. 64, Carroll 48
heard the other coach scream- Central Missouri and against 8. North Carolina (1-0) beat Wofford
78-67. Next: at Elon, Friday. N. Arizona 86, Fresno St. 73
ing. I don’t think they liked Southeast Missouri she is ca- 9. Villanova (1-0) beat Morgan State
100-77. Next: vs. Quinnipiac, Saturday.
New Mexico
Texas of the Permian Basin 38
St. 70,

that, and I wouldn’t, either,” pable to grabbing a rebound 10. Michigan State (0-1) lost to No. 1 Oregon 115, Alaska-Fairbanks 36
San Francisco State 73, San Jose St. 66
Kansas 92-87. Next: vs. Florida Gulf Coast,
Schaefer said. “When you have and creating tempo herself. Sunday. Santa Clara 98, Sonoma State 38
Southern Cal 73, UC Riverside 55
11. Auburn (1-0) beat South Alabama
somebody like that who can do “(Coach Schaefer) always 101-58. Next: vs. No. 25 Washington, Friday. Utah St. 72, Washington St. 61
Utah Valley 63, UC Santa Barbara 54
that and beat everybody down wants us to go in transition 12. Kansas State (0-0) did not play. Next:
vs. Kennesaw State, Friday.
No. 6 Mississippi State 88,
the floor, and again, I probably every chance we get,” Howard 13. West Virginia (0-0) did not play. Next:
vs. Buffalo, Friday. Southeast Missouri 53
will be talking to the other four said. “It definitely is an empha- 14. Oregon (1-0) beat Portland State
84-57. Next: vs. Eastern Washington, Friday.
SE MISSOURI (0-1): Allen 0-2 0-0 0, Mur-
wondering why they are not sis for us.” 15. Virginia Tech (0-0) did not play. Next:
phy 2-6 0-0 4, Thompson 5-15 9-12 19, Pruitt
6-12 2-4 15, Taylor 0-2 0-0 0, Balogun 0-0 0-0
vs. Gardner-Webb, Friday.
running faster than the ball Howard said there are mul- 16. Syracuse (1-0) beat Eastern 0, Lutaya 0-1 0-0 0, Saine 0-2 3-4 3, Akoro 0-3
1-2 1, Harshberger 0-1 0-0 0, McCurdy 0-2
Washington 66-34. Next: vs. Morehead State,
can be dribbled. tiple players who can push the Saturday. 0-0 0, Shephard 3-5 0-0 9, Balfour 1-2 0-0 2,
Colyer 0-0 0-0 0, Cupp 0-0 0-0 0, Totals 17-
“Our transition, when we tempo, including herself. As a 17. Florida State (1-0) beat Florida 81-60.
Next: vs. Tulane, Sunday. 53 15-22 53.
get out, is really good. We can former track and field stand- 18. Mississippi State (0-0) did not play.
Next: vs. Austin Peay, Friday.
MISSISSIPPI STATE (1-0): Bibby 4-13
0-0 11, Howard 4-7 1-3 9, McCowan 7-11 10-
really get out and fill some out, she could be on the receiv- 19. Michigan (1-0) beat Norfolk State
63-44. Next: vs. Holy Cross, Saturday.
15 24, Danberry 4-7 2-2 10, Holmes 5-8 1-3 11,
Campbell 0-0 1-2 1, Scott 0-5 6-6 6, Taylor 2-4
lanes, we can make some good ing end of a lot of passes from 20. TCU (0-0) did not play. Next: vs. Cal 2-2 7, Carter 2-4 1-3 5, Wiggins 1-5 1-2 4, Totals
State Bakersfield, Wednesday. 29-64 25-38 88.
decisions, we can pass the ball Holmes, Taylor, or Danberry. 21. UCLA (1-0) beat IPFW 96-71. Next: SE Missouri 12 13 14 14 — 53
vs. Long Beach State, Friday.
well.” Holmes said she has 22. Clemson (1-0) beat The Citadel
Mississippi St. 19 26 26 17 — 88
3-Point Goals—SE Missouri 4-9 (Murphy
MSU had a 54-26 rebound- learned not to do too much 100-80. Next: vs. N.C. Central, Friday.
23. LSU (1-0) beat Southeastern
0-1, Thompson 0-2, Pruitt 1-1, Shephard 3-4,
Balfour 0-1), Mississippi St. 5-14 (Bibby 3-7,
ing edge. With McCowan and and what shots are the ones Louisiana 94-63. Next: vs. UNC Greensboro,
Friday. Scott 0-1, Taylor 1-2, Wiggins 1-4). Assists—
SE Missouri 5 (Murphy 3), Mississippi St. 18
Howard, who had seven re- she needs to take. Schaefer 24. Purdue (1-0) beat Fairfield 90-57.
Next: vs. Ball State, Saturday. (Taylor 6). Fouled Out—SE Missouri Allen, Re-
bounds, entering the season echoed that sentiment when 25. Washington (1-0) beat Western bounds—SE Missouri 19 (Pruitt 4), Mississippi
St. 49 (McCowan 17). Total Fouls—SE Missouri
Kentucky 73-55. Next: at No. 11 Auburn, Friday.
as the SEC’s active rebounding he praised Holmes’ productiv- 32, Mississippi St. 20. A—1,415.
Alabama 82, Ole Miss 60,
leaders with more than 1,000 ity from the field. He hopes she
Southern U. 62 Norfolk State 42
each, Holmes, Taylor, and Dan- can help the 2018-19 squad val- SOUTHERN U. (0-1): Assie 3-3 0-0 6,
Umude 4-11 0-0 8, E.Reese 5-9 3-7 16, Sad- NORFOLK STATE (0-1): Croker 1-3 5-6
berry know the Bulldogs will ue sharing the basketball like dler 3-9 2-2 8, Ray 0-6 10-12 10, Ali 3-5 2-5 8, 7, Long 3-10 2-2 10, Russell 2-7 0-0 5, Echols
be hard to beat on the boards. the 2017-18 team. Blackmon 0-1 0-0 0, Ennis 2-3 0-2 4, Mayo 0-0
0-0 0, Collins 0-1 0-2 0, Lee 1-4 0-0 2, Brooks
3-5 0-0 6, James 2-9 1-2 5, Dawkins 2-5 2-2 7,
Deas 0-4 2-2 2, Goodhope 0-2 0-0 0, West 0-1
The speed of all three guards “She has learned No. 1 0-3 0-0 0. Totals 21-55 17-30 62.
ALABAMA (1-0): Smith 3-5 4-6 10, Hall
0-0 0, Howard 0-3 0-0 0, Totals 13-49 12-14 42.
OLE MISS (1-0): Muhate 1-4 0-2 2, Allen
gives MSU a weapon it hopes don’t turn the ball over. That 8-9 4-8 20, Petty 6-11 0-0 17, Lewis 2-5 1-1 6,
Jones 2-4 4-4 8, Barnes 0-1 0-0 0, A.Reese 3-5
4-13 7-9 16, Reid 4-8 0-1 8, Sessom 1-4 0-0
3, Dunlap 5-9 2-5 12, Salter 4-15 0-0 8, Dozier
to utilize against teams that is going to make him madder 0-0 8, Giddens 0-0 2-4 2, Schaffer 0-0 0-0 0, B. 4-5 3-4 11, Kitchens 0-0 0-0 0, Smith 0-1 0-0 0,
Johnson 0-0 0-0 0, A.Johnson 0-3 1-2 1, Mack
feel it won’t be able to score like than anything,” Schaefer said. 3-12 3-3 10. Totals 27-55 19-28 82.
Totals 23-59 12-21 60.
Norfolk St. 13 11 15 3 —42
Halftime—Alabama 45-27. 3-Point
it did last season with guards “The next thing she knows I Goals—Southern U. 3-17 (E.Reese 3-5, Black- Mississippi 14 21 13 12 — 60
3-Point Goals—Norfolk St. 4-19 (Long
like Victoria Vivians, Roshun- am going to want her to get us mon 0-1, Collins 0-1, Umude 0-1, Brooks 0-2,
Lee 0-3, Ray 0-4), Alabama 9-24 (Petty 5-8, 2-6, Russell 1-4, Echols 0-1, James 0-3, Daw-
kins 1-3, West 0-1, Howard 0-1), Ole Miss 2-13
da Johnson, Blair Schaefer, and into something. I don’t want us A.Reese 2-3, Lewis 1-3, Mack 1-7, Jones 0-1,
A.Johnson 0-2). Fouled Out—Assie, Umude. (Muhate 0-2, Allen 1-5, Reid 0-1, Sessom 1-2,
William. Last season, MSU av- jumbled in a mess. Open your Rebounds—Southern U. 26 (Ray 6), Alabama
42 (Jones 9). Assists—Southern U. 8 (Saddler
Salter 0-3). Assists—Norfolk St. 9 (Russell 3),
Ole Miss 15 (Reid 6). Fouled Out—Norfolk St.
eraged 81.1 points per game. mouth and get us into some- 3), Alabama 17 (Lewis 7). Total Fouls—South-
ern U. 29, Alabama 24. Technicals—Southern
Echols, Rebounds—Norfolk St. 34 (Russell 6),
Ole Miss 43 (Dunlap 10). Total Fouls—Norfolk
On Tuesday, the Bulldogs had thing.” U. team. A—9,793 (15,383). St. 18, Ole Miss19. A—1,407.
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Michigan up to No. 4 in Continued from Page 1B EASTERN CONFERENCE
Prep Football
Atlantic Division
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Friday’s Games squad that hasn’t fared well on the offense. The Toronto 10 1 .909 —
Boston 6 4 .600 3½
Yellow Jackets have allowed 17 points or less in
second playoff ranking Mississippi High School Activities Association Philadelphia 6 5 .545 4
Brooklyn 5 6 .455 5
Class 6A Playoffs — First Round all five games during the current winning streak. New York 3 8 .273 7
Southeast Division
South Panola at Starkville, 7 p.m. On offense, sophomore quarterback Luke Alt- W L Pct GB
Charlotte 6 5 .545 —
By RALPH D. RUSSO Class 5A Playoffs — First Round myer is a 1,700-yard passer, while senior running Miami 4 5 .444 1
The Associated Press Canton at West Point, 7 p.m. back Rodrigues Clark is an 1,100-yard rusher. Orlando
Atlanta
4 6 .400 1½
3 7 .300 2½
Class 4A Playoffs — Second Round Balance on offense was a big reason why Washington 2 8 .200 3½
Central Division
The Michigan football team moved into Noxubee County at Greenwood, 7 p.m. Starkville played in last season’s state champion- W L Pct GB
Milwaukee 8 2 .800 —
the fourth spot of the College Football Play- Clarksdale at Louisville, 7 p.m. ship game. Indiana 7 4 .636 1½
off rankings Tuesday night, behind Alabama, Class 2A Playoffs — Second Round Detroit 4 5 .444 3½
At Hamblin Stadium, West Point will open Chicago 3 8 .273 5½
Clemson, and Notre Dame. Philadelphia at East Webster, 7 p.m. Cleveland 1 9 .100 7
defense of its last two state championships when WESTERN CONFERENCE
Georgia was next at five, followed by Okla- Mississippi Association of Independent Schools Southwest Division

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Class AAA Playoffs — Third Round San Antonio 6 3 .667 —
The playoff picture cleared up after a Adams County Christian at Heritage Academy, 7 p.m. If you look at West Point on film, you can tell it Memphis
Houston
5 4 .556 1
4 5 .444 2
weekend where several contenders asserted Class A Playoffs — Second Round is still a team fighting itself for consistency. New Orleans
Dallas
4 6 .400 2½
3 7 .300 3½
themselves. The top-four teams in the final Columbus Christian at Union Christian (Louisiana), Perhaps, West Point hasn’t played its best
Northwest Division
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rankings Dec. 2 will play in the national semi- 7 p.m. football, or it is being compared to last season’s Denver 9 1 .900 —
Portland 8 3 .727 1½
finals. Alabama High School Athletic Association near-perfect undefeated team. Oklahoma City 5 4 .556 3½
Utah 4 6 .400 5
Alabama easily dispatched LSU from Class 3A Playoffs — First Round Whatever the case, the Green Wave are four Minnesota 4 7 .364 5½
Pacific Division
the top four, beating the Tigers 29-0. LSU, Lamar County at Providence Christian, 7 p.m. wins away from another state championship. W L Pct GB
Golden State 10 1 .909 —
though, only dropped to No. 7 after its second Wicksburg at Gordo, 7 p.m. By beating Olive Branch in the regular L.A. Clippers 6 4 .600 3½
Sacramento 6 4 .600 3½
loss, ahead of Washington State, West Virgin- Class 2A Playoffs — First Round season, a potential rematch for the North State L.A. Lakers 4 6 .400 5½
ia, and Ohio State — all with only one loss. Sheffield at Aliceville, 7 p.m. championship would be at West Point. Phoenix 2 8 .200 7½

Selection committee chairman Rob Mul- Sulligent at Addison, 7 p.m. West Point has won eight-straight games after Tuesday’s Games
Charlotte 113, Atlanta 102
lens noted LSU’s three victories against Class 1A Playoffs — First Round an early season loss to Starkville. Last-second Dallas 119, Washington 100
Brooklyn 104, Phoenix 82
teams the committee has ranked this week Phillips at South Lamar, 7 p.m. victories against Olive Branch and Lafayette Portland 118, Milwaukee 103
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(Mississippi State, Auburn, and Georgia). Cherokee at Pickens County, 7 p.m.
have helped make this team a little more bat- Detroit at Orlando, 6 p.m.
“Their defense is extremely strong,” said Prep Basketball tle-tested.
Oklahoma City at Cleveland, 6 p.m.
New York at Atlanta, 6:30 p.m.
Mullens, the Oregon athletic director. “Their Thursday’s Games West Point also has made strides to find
San Antonio at Miami, 6:30 p.m.
Chicago at New Orleans, 7 p.m.
two losses come against No. 1 Alabama, on Itawamba AHS boys vs. New Hope at Pontotoc Denver at Memphis, 7 p.m.

Classic balance on offense. The top three rushers are Philadelphia at Indiana, 7 p.m.
the road to Florida.” Dallas at Utah, 8 p.m.
West Lowndes at Ethel within 24 yards of one another. Senior quarter- Toronto at Sacramento, 9 p.m.
MSU (6-3, 2-3 Southeastern Conference) Minnesota at L.A. Lakers, 9:30 p.m.
Meridian at Starkville back Jake Chambless is closing on 1,000 yards Thursday’s Games
climbed to No. 16 in the rankings. MSU is Houston at Oklahoma City, 7 p.m.
the sixth-highest ranked SEC team, joining
Tishomingo County at Starkville Academy passing. Boston at Phoenix, 8 p.m.
L.A. Clippers at Portland, 9 p.m.
Columbus Christian at Winona Christian While the West Point defense hasn’t been as Milwaukee at Golden State, 9:30 p.m.
No. 11 Kentucky and No. 15 Florida. It owns Friday’s Games
a double-digit victory against Auburn, which St. Andrew’s at Aberdeen
dominant as some units in the past, it is still plen-
ty good enough to win this year’s championship.
Football
returned to the rankings at No. 24 after it de- Heritage Academy at North Delta School NFL
feated Texas A&M. Magnolia Heights at Starkville Academy In Class 4A, Noxubee County will play at AMERICAN CONFERENCE
East
MSU was No. 18 in the first edition of the Prep Soccer Greenwood in a second-round matchup. W L T Pct PF PA
New England 7 2 0 .778 270 202
rankings last week. At 6-3, MSU is the sec- Thursday’s Matches Noxubee County has won four-straight games Miami 5 4 0 .556 187 225
N.Y. Jets 3 6 0 .333 198 213
ond-highest ranked three-loss team in the Caledonia at Columbus, 5 p.m. after a last-second loss to Louisville in its region Buffalo 2 7 0 .222 96 241
poll. All three of the Bulldogs’ losses oc- Friday’s Matches opener. The Tigers are healthy again and the
South
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curred to teams in the current top 15, includ- New Albany at New Hope, 5 p.m. coaching staff knows all about pushing the right Houston 6 3 0 .667 216 184
Tennessee 4 4 0 .500 134 141
ing two on the road. Those three teams have Saturday’s Match buttons to win a championship. Jacksonville 3 5 0 .375 134 170
a combined record of 20-7 (No. 3 LSU, No. 9 Heritage Academy at Bayou Academy, 1 p.m. Indianapolis 3 5 0 .375 231 213
Noxubee County continues to battle inconsis- North
Kentucky, No. 11 Florida). College Football tency at quarterback. However, some combina-
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Pittsburgh 5 2 1 .688 227 188
No. 18 MSU will take on No. 1 Alabama at Saturday’s Games tion of Khristopher White, Maliek Stallings, and Cincinnati 5 3 0 .625 221 237
Baltimore 4 5 0 .444 213 160
2:30 p.m. Saturday (WCBI) in Tuscaloosa, Al- Ole Miss at Texas A&M, 11 a.m.
Mississippi State at Alabama, 2:30 p.m. Kyziah Pruitt should be enough to get the job Cleveland 2 6 1 .278 190
West
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Southern Mississippi at UAB, 6:30 p.m. Kansas City 8 1 0 .889 327 226
On the ground, senior back Ja’Qualyn Smith
briefly
L.A. Chargers 6 2 0 .750 220 180
Men’s College Basketball can top 1,000 yards Friday night.
Denver
Oakland
3 6 0 .333 205
1 7 0 .125 141
213
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Friday’s Games One can’t underestimate the importance of
Local Austin Peay at Mississippi State, 6:30 p.m. experience in the postseason. This Noxubee
East
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Washington 5 3 0 .625 160 172
Columbus United reschedules workout/evaluation Women’s College Basketball County team has enough to win a championship. Philadelphia 4 4 0 .500 178
Dallas 3 5 0 .375 154
156
151
The Columbus United Soccer Club has rescheduled its open
workout and player evaluation for 3 p.m. Sunday at the Downtown Today’s Games It doesn’t matter how the Tigers arrived at this N.Y. Giants 1 7 0 .125 150
South
205

Columbus Soccer Complex. Southeastern Louisiana at Alabama, 7 p.m. point. The important part is playing well for the W L T Pct PF PA
New Orleans 7 1 0 .875 279 218
The free session, which will be open to players Under-8 and above, next four weeks.
College Volleyball
Carolina 6 2 0 .750 220 180
will be held on the fields on the south side of the complex. Check-in will In the MAIS, Heritage Academy will play host Atlanta 4 4 0 .500 228 226
Tampa Bay 3 5 0 .375 229 275
be by the concession stand. Today’s Match
Coaches will be available to answer questions, to take registration, to Adams County Christian School.
North
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Ole Miss at LSU, 6 p.m.
and to discuss the benefits of the club. The Patriots are one of the final four standing. Chicago 5 3 0 .625 235 153
n In related news, most of the club’s coaching positions are full. Thursday’s Match Minnesota 5 3 1 .611 221 204
They hold that status in large part because they Green Bay 3 4 1 .438 192 204
However, there are several assistant coaching positions open if you Southern Mississippi at Louisiana Tech, 7 p.m. Detroit 3 5 0 .375 180 210
are interested in working with the club. There also is a good chance the Friday’s Match are playing their best ball of the season. West
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club will have a combined 2007/2008 team in addition to our competitive Mississippi State at Kentucky, 6 p.m. Heritage Academy has won seven-straight L.A. Rams 8 1 0 .889 299 200
level 2007 and 2008 girls team. games, including two playoff wins by a combined Seattle
Arizona
4 4 0 .500 188
2 6 0 .250 110
156
199
The club needs head coaches for its girls and boys Under-8 devel-
score of 95-23. San Francisco 2 7 0 .222 207 239
opment program teams. Head coaches have their child’s registration
paid for and will receive a stipend based on roster — between $300 and on the air The Patriots also have balance with junior Thursday’s Game
Carolina at Pittsburgh, 7:20 p.m.
$400. They also will have any needed USSF coaching licenses paid for quarterback Carter Putt finding senior Moak Sunday’s Games
and have free United coaching development provided. If you are a U-8 Today Griffin and junior Jared Long early and often,
Arizona at Kansas City, Noon
Buffalo at N.Y. Jets, Noon
coach and interested in this please contact Columbus United Director of COLLEGE BASKETBALL Detroit at Chicago, Noon
Coaching Tom Velek at tvelek@yahoo.com. 5 p.m. — Ohio State at Cincinnati, ESPN2 while Kelvin “K.J.” Smith leads the ground Jacksonville at Indianapolis, Noon
For additional information about Columbus United, go to: 6:30 p.m. — Bethune-Cookman at DePaul, FS1 game. Washington at Tampa Bay, Noon
New Orleans at Cincinnati, Noon
columbusunitedsoccer.org or contact Velek. 8 p.m. — Regional coverage, CS Bakersfield at In Class A, CCA faces a long road trip and a New England at Tennessee, Noon
Atlanta at Cleveland, Noon
TCU, Fox Sports Net huge test at Union Christian Academy (Louisi- L.A. Chargers at Oakland, 3:05 p.m.
Columbus High School basketball teams beat West COLLEGE FOOTBALL ana).
Miami at Green Bay, 3:25 p.m.
Seattle at L.A. Rams, 3:25 p.m.
Lowndes 6 p.m. — Ohio at Miami University, ESPNU Good luck to each local squad. Regardless
Dallas at Philadelphia, 7:20 p.m.
Open: Minnesota, Denver, Baltimore, Houston
Hannah White had 19 points Tuesday night to lead four players 7 p.m. — Toledo at Northern Illinois, ESPN2 Monday’s Game
GOLF of the final score, here’s hoping you play your N.Y. Giants at San Francisco, 7:15 p.m.
in double figures in the Columbus High School girls basketball team’s
84-45 victory against West Lowndes. 10 p.m. — LPGA Tour, Blue Bay LPGA, second best. In each case, that can be enough to keep on Tuesday’s College Score
Jatyler Turner (14), Deryona Smith (13), and Jabria Snell (10) also round, at Hainan Island, China, TGC playing. EAST
Buffalo 48, Kent St. 14
reached double figures for the Lady Falcons (2-0). 2 a.m. (Thursday) — European PGA Tour,
Blake Burnett had 19 points for Columbus in a 52-41 victory. Gabe Nedbank Golf Challenge, first round, at Sun City, College Schedule
Williams had 10 points for the Falcons (1-1).
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MSU
Bethune-Cookman (5-5), 6 p.m.
Academy to a 40-30 victory. 7 p.m. — Philadelphia at Indiana, ESPN Wake Forest (4-5) at North Carolina State
9:30 p.m. — Minnesota at L.A. Lakers, ESPN (6-2), 6:30 p.m.
NHL Southeastern Conference
Starkville Swing will hold Hour of Power 6:30 p.m. — Pittsburgh at Washington, NBC East
The Starkville Swing will hold Hour of Power sessions for baseball
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Conference All Games
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players looking for strength and stability training. Georgia 6 1 249 141 8 1 343 148
Hour of Power will feature eight sessions in four weeks. The 9 p.m. — Nashville at Colorado, NBC Sports of its last four possessions, and five of its last sev- Kentucky 5 2 139 108 7 2 222 138
baseball-specific work will feature 30 minutes on hitting and 30 minutes Network en. Fordham scored on five of its first six posses- Florida 4 3 174 174 6 3 275 190
S. Carolina 4 3 199 208 5 3 248 223
on strength training. The sessions will begin Mondays and Thursdays SOCCER sions against Army, while the defense forced a Missouri 1 4 126 151 5 4 322 248
starting Nov. 12. Players ages 6-12 are welcome to attend. 11:55 a.m. — UEFA Champions League, Group safety and recovered a fumble in the second half.
Tennessee 1 4 108 194 4 5 219 240
Vanderbilt 1 4 106 160 4 5 230 226
The cost is $110 for all sessions and an Hour of Power T-shirt. G: CSKA Moscow vs. Roma, TNT West
The sessions are designed to enhance strength, agility and 2 p.m. — UEFA Champions League, Group H:
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Alabama 6 0 298 92 9 0 462 127
and bat speed, to prevent injuries, to lean bodyweight strength training
WOMEN’S COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL Temple, he had to roll all the way to the sideline LSU 4 2 141 112 7 2 243 150
Auburn 3 3 147 118 6 3 255 156
techniques, and to have fun getting faster, stronger, and better. to release the ball. The play produced a 29-yard
For more information or to sign up for a session, contact Thomas 6 p.m. — Ole Miss at LSU, SEC Network Texas A&M 3 3 130 155 5 4 263 200
Miss. St. 2 3 67 82 6 3 262 111
Berkery at 662-617-9338. 8 p.m. — Missouri at Auburn, SEC Network touchdown pass in the final seconds. When he Ole Miss 1 4 120 219 5 4 351 325
finds the highlights on YouTube, he sees Moor- Arkansas 0 5 115 205 2 7 237 303
Thursday head calmly striding along “with the same de-
Mississippi State BOXING
meanor as if we’re playing a D-III school.”
Saturday’s Games
South Carolina at Florida, 11 a.m. (ESPN)
Ole Miss at Texas A&M, 11 a.m. (WCBI)
Three men’s tennis players will compete in Oracle 10 p.m. — Jesus Soto Karass vs. Neeco Macias, Vanderbilt at Missouri, 11 a.m. (SEC Network)
junior middleweights, at Indio, California, ESPN2 Both wins also featured explosive plays early Mississippi State at Alabama, 2:30 p.m. (WCBI)
ITA Fall Nationals COLLEGE BASKETBALL in the game. Fordham’s third play against Tem- Kentucky at Tennessee, 2:30 p.m. (SEC Network)
Auburn at Georgia, 6 p.m. (ESPN)
SURPRISE, Ariz. — Three Mississippi State men’s tennis players 7 p.m. — New Orleans at Northwestern, Big Ten ple was a 48-yard run by Koonce. Its fourth play LSU at Arkansas, 6:30 p.m. (SEC Network)
will play in the Oracle Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) National
Fall Championships.
Network against Army was a 46-yard run by Chase Ed- Hockey
The even kicks off Wednesday and runs through Sunday. COLLEGE FOOTBALL monds on third down. The effort to go big early NHL
Niclas Braun, Trevor Foshey, and Giovanni Oradini will compete. 6 p.m. — North Carolina Central at has a purpose. Tuesday’s Games
Columbus 4, Dallas 1
The tournament features 64 of the top singles players and 32 of Bethune-Cookman, ESPNU “You want to put confidence in your team that Toronto 3, Vegas 1
the top doubles teams from Division I, Division II, Division III, NAIA, and 6:30 p.m. — Wake Forest at North Carolina we can play with these guys and a little bit of doubt
N.Y. Rangers 5, Montreal 3
Ottawa 7, New Jersey 3
NJCAA. State, ESPN in the other guys,” Breiner said. “I can remember Detroit 3, Vancouver 2, SO
Braun and Foshey reached the second-annual end-of-fall champi- Tampa Bay 5, Edmonton 2
GOLF
onships by each advancing to the singles final at the 2018 ITA Southern Noon — PGA Tour, Mayakoba Golf Classic, first
both of those games early, hitting some big plays St. Louis 4, Carolina 1
San Jose 4, Minnesota 3
Regional Championships in October in Tuscaloosa. In the title match, round, at Playa del Carmen, Mexico, TGC and being able to string two or three of those to- Los Angeles 4, Anaheim 1
Today’s Games
the 109th-ranked Braun earned an exciting three-set victory against his
3 p.m. — Champions Tour, Charles Schwab Cup gether or get a stop on defense. You talk about it Pittsburgh at Washington, 6:30 p.m.
teammate. when you’re in the other position, don’t let them
Nashville at Colorado, 9 p.m.
Braun will take on Oklahoma’s 70th-ranked Jake Van Emburgh, Championship, first round, at Phoenix, TGC Calgary at Anaheim, 9:30 p.m.

who is the No. 14 seed in the draw, at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday. 10 p.m. — LPGA Tour, Blue Bay LPGA, third believe. You’re trying to keep that belief going.” Thursday’s Games
Vancouver at Boston, 6 p.m.
Foshey will face Wake Forest’s Petros Chrysochos, the nation’s round, at Hainan Island, China, TGC Against a defense as good as Alabama’s, the Edmonton at Florida, 6 p.m.
Arizona at Philadelphia, 6 p.m.
top-ranked player and the reigning NCAA singles champion, at 3 p.m. 2 a.m. (Friday) — European PGA Tour, Nedbank explosive play will be more important than the Buffalo at Montreal, 6:30 p.m.
Vegas at Ottawa, 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday. Golf Challenge, second round, at Sun City, South other upsets. N.Y. Islanders at Tampa Bay, 6:30 p.m.
Braun and Oradini, the nation’s seventh-ranked doubles tandem, Africa, TGC Carolina at Chicago, 7:30 p.m.
earned an automatic bid to the event by claiming the consolation dou-
“Yards are hard to come by against this de- San Jose at Dallas, 7:30 p.m.
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL fense, whether it’s on the ground or in the air,” Minnesota at Los Angeles, 9:30 p.m.
bles crown at the ITA All-American Championships in Tulsa, Oklahoma. 3:30 a.m. (Friday) — Japan All-Star Series, Friday’s Games
The beat teammates Nuno Borges and Strahinja Rakic in three sets.
Game 1, MLB All-Stars vs. Yomuiuri Giants, at
Moorhead said. “I don’t think you’re going to be New Jersey at Toronto, 6 p.m.
Columbus at Washington, 6 p.m.
At 7 p.m. Wednesday Braun and Oradini will compete as the
Tokyo, MLB Network able to string together multiple 12-, 15-play drives. N.Y. Rangers at Detroit, 6:30 p.m.
San Jose at St. Louis, 7 p.m.
fifth-seeded duo against Penn State’s Constant De La Bassetiere and At a certain point you’re going to have to take a Colorado at Winnipeg, 7 p.m.
Gabriel Nemeth. NBA Minnesota at Anaheim, 9 p.m.
7 p.m. — Houston at Oklahoma City, TNT shot, whether it’s down the field, a trick play, or
Mississippi University for Women 9:30 p.m. — Milwaukee at Golden State, TNT something that’s going to generate a chunk of Soccer
NFL yards instead of small increments.” Major League Soccer
The W will hold Blue-White Game on Wednesday 7:20 p.m. — Carolina at Pittsburgh, WLOV and As was the case against Temple and Army, Playoffs
The Greater Golden Triangle community and the Mississippi Uni- NFL Network enough of those plays help give a team a chance to Conference Semifinals
versity for Women fans will get their first look at the school’s women’s Home-and-home
SOCCER win. When that moment comes, Moorhead teams Second leg
and men’s basketball teams at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Blue-White Noon — Women, International friendly, Portugal Eastern Conference
Game in the Emma ‘Ody’ Pohl Gymnasium. don’t thirst for the upset. They thirst for a win. Sunday’s Game
vs. United States, at Estoril, Portugal, ESPN2
The 2018-19 season is the first in school history for the men’s
7 p.m. — 2018 USL Cup, Louisville City vs.
“I don’t remember us talking about upset,” Columbus at New York, 6:30 p.m.
Sunday’s Game
team. It marks the return to the court for the women’s team after a
Phoenix Rising, ESPN2 Breiner said, “I remember us talking about, ‘Let’s New York City FC at Atlanta, 4:30 p.m.
16-year hiatus. Western Conference
The teams will sign autographs for fans, scrimmage, and compete 9:30 p.m. — MLS playoffs, Western Conference go win the game.’ ” Thursday’s Game
in several skills challenges. semifinals, Leg 2, Portland at Seattle, FS1 Follow Dispatch sports writer Brett Hudson on Portland at Seattle, 9:30 p.m.
Sunday’s Game
— From Special Reports Twitter @Brett_Hudson Real Salt Lake at Sporting Kansas City, 2 p.m.
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Minichino
Continued from Page 1B
earned it an opportunity to play offered some insight as to what DeCrane break the school’s a level where they’re willing the same way. They think they
host to the Atlantic Sun Confer- he feels helped Anagnost, who single-season shutout record to do things they didn’t think know how to work hard until
ence champion Bison. he hired in December 2016, (eight). MSU allowed 16 goals they were able to do and kind they get to a level where so
Cohen highlighted the and the Bulldogs make history. and the defense held opponents of expand their mind. I think many people are as good or
accomplishment Monday when “The effort that his kids give to 11.6 shots per game, which that’s what Tom has been able better than they are and they
he tweeted, “In just his 2nd every single time they go out is the lowest mark in program to do, kind of expand their own have to push themselves be-
year with @HailStateSOC ... there is different,” Cohen said. history for both categories. personal expectations once yond those boundaries,” Cohen
@TomAnagnost has Bulldogs “Obviously we have lost some These days, the “in” term they get here.” said. “There are very few peo-
hosting an NCAA tournament games and tied some games, is “buy-in” to describe a coach That isn’t an easy proposi- ple on this entire planet who
match - Some perspective: but nobody has outhustled us. who connects with players to tion for any coach, let alone one can push themselves to that
23 years of Bulldog Soccer - That is the thing I appreciate get them to invest in the pro- at the highest level of a sport in level without having somebody
during that span 157 Ws/253 about what he has done. This gram. Relationships like that one of the nation’s top confer- looking over their shoulder
Ls/0 NCAA appearances ... one league is so talented in all usually have success because ences. In previous years, the saying, ‘You can give me more,
of the great coaching feats in @ sports, and soccer especially. the players understand they weight of MSU’s history has and here’s how we’re going to
HailState history.” We just don’t get outhustled can trust their coaches and worked as ballast to counter get there.’ Tom is one of those
That’s high praise from and outprepared. It is good to they want to perform at a high progress. That changed this guys. He can get somebody —
a former coach, who was see that rewarded.” level so they don’t disappoint season thanks to an undefeated and so can Vic Schaefer — to
at Humphrey Coliseum on MSU (9-6-2) earned an at- their teammates. Cohen said non-conference slate that built a level where they didn’t think
Tuesday night to watch the large bid despite not qualifying he has seen that mind-set take confidence and primed the they could go.”
MSU women’s basketball team for the 10-team Southeastern hold with Anagnost’s program. Bulldogs to believe they were
open its 2018-19 season against Conference tournament. Victo- “You have to attract kids good enough to make history. Adam Minichino is sports
Southeast Missouri. ries against Memphis (5-2) and who want to give that kind On Friday, Cohen will be editor of The Dispatch. You
Cohen, who served as head South Carolina (2-1) were the of effort,” Cohen said. “The eager to see MSU build on that can email him at aminichino@
baseball coach at Northwest- highlights in a regular season other thing is once they get progress. cdispatch.com. Follow him on
ern State, Kentucky, and MSU, that saw redshirt senior Rhylee here you have to push them to “Every student-athlete is Twitter @ctsportseditor.

Comics & Puzzles
DILBERT
Dear Abby
D
EAR ABBY: DEAR just scared of him. — ON THE
My stepson STRESSED: I am EDGE IN OHIO
“Arnold” a firm believer in DEAR ON THE EDGE: Your
recently moved communication. “guy from high school” is doing
out, and I found Return the note- his best to isolate you. This
a notebook he book to Arnold, is one of the warning signs of
left behind that I and when you do, an abuser. If you are afraid to
thought I’d use. use it as an op- leave him because you don’t
Inside was a jour- portunity to open want to be alone, please con-
nal entry he had a conversation sider how alone you are feeling
with him about it. right now.
made last year
I do not think you If you are afraid he will hurt
about someone should unburden you, call the National Domestic
he loved. The
ZITS problem is, it’s di-
yourself to your Violence Hotline at (800) 799-
husband. The 7233 for suggestions on how to
rected to another person to “out” leave safely. If you need moral
man. Arnold should be support when you deliver the
I want to Arnold. message, have family members
believe that’s not Dear Abby
DEAR ABBY: or several friends with you
true, but the writ- I reconnected when you do it. Then block him
ing and everything else checks with a guy from high school five from your social media and cell-
out. I wish I had never seen it. months ago. We started hang- phone. And if he threatens you
We’re a Christian family and ing out and eventually decided in any way, file a police report.
have conservative views. Arnold to start dating. The first month The only thing you should NOT
never dated much, but we or so was great, but right away do is nothing.
thought it was because he was he started becoming very pos- DEAR ABBY: At what age
so focused on his education. sessive and jealous. is it inappropriate for an uncle
None of us would have ever It has been four months, to cuddle his niece? She’s in
expected this. There were no and he is constantly accus- fifth grade. I don’t do anything
GARFIELD signs whatsoever. ing me of being sneaky and except put my arm around her
I feel such a burden right cheating. Abby, all I do is work while sitting on the couch. She
now. I know why he wouldn’t and go home. I don’t have a still likes it, but when should I
tell his parents. His dad would social life anymore because stop this activity with her? —
be devastated. I never keep he doesn’t trust me to go WONDERING IN THE SOUTH
anything from my husband, and anywhere alone. I can’t even DEAR WONDERING: I don’t
I feel terrible not being able to talk on the phone to one of my regard an uncle putting his arm
share this. But I don’t want to girlfriends without him asking around his niece to show affec-
reveal what I saw if my stepson me a million and one ques- tion as “cuddling.” However, the
isn’t ready. What should I do? tions. My friends and family tell age when the displays of affec-
Should I ask Arnold about it? me I need to do what’s best for tion should be curtailed is when
How can I take this burden off me and leave him, but I’m not the girl is physically mature
my shoulders? — STRESSED IN sure if I’m scared to leave him enough that it makes either her
THE WEST because I’ll be alone, or if I’m or her uncle uncomfortable.

CANDORVILLE Horoscopes
TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (Nov. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). than you would through intro-
7). Your heart is soft; your It’s not like you consciously pick spection.
mind is sharp. You’ll push for and choose which “you” to be. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22).
a change that could transform The right version of you just Beware of people who act like
your whole scene, and it will. emerges unbidden to handle the they’ve got it all figured out.
Go forward with your plan situation. Too much interference Perhaps they really have sorted
regardless of popular opinion. by your conscious mind can only through a small section of life,
(There are some people you slow you down. and you can learn from them in
shouldn’t even give the chance GEMINI (May 21-June 21). that regard. But that’s not true
to weigh in.) Also in 2019: high Just because you lower your for every regard.
expectations met, love, loyalty pride doesn’t mean you’re VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept.
and professional advancement. signaling defeat. This may be 22). You are ardent in your
Pisces and Aries adore you. an act of deference, respect affections. You will express
BABY BLUES Your lucky numbers are: 50, 44, or strategy. Humility takes yourself in an open, confident
20, 4 and 11. strength. manner and with great warmth
ARIES (March 21-April 19). CANCER (June 22-July 22). and heart. Loved ones will feel
You won’t regret taking the high Gather experience. Repetition lucky to be on the receiving end
road. To extend dignity and of the same task is experience, of your generosity.
peace to another is to extend it too, but it’s not going to grow LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct.
to yourself. Doing the right thing you like facing the unknown. 23). Brilliance! Forcefulness!
is its own reward, but this time You’ll learn more about yourself Courage in action! After you
it will come with a bonus. in the face of fresh experience give yourself a moment to soak
in your victory, rest. That’s the
step not to skip. If you keep go-
ing full tilt without a rest, you’ll
risk a setback.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov.
21). The quality of attention
BEETLE BAILEY you give will make you a favorite
among your people. Not only do
you acknowledge others when
they speak, you also extend an
appreciation for the personal
risk-taking that may be involved.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec.
21). Take full advantage of this
world before rushing to explore
the next one. You’ll get there
soon enough. And when you do,
you’ll probably look back and
count today as being among
“the gold ole days.”
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
MALLARD FILLMORE 19). Can you arrange your
schedule so that you can catch
the sunset? The magical time
just before the sky falls asleep
will bring a benefit to your
psyche and may even make your
dreams sweeter.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
18). Something changes to set
the usual dynamics of a close
relationship a little off-kilter.
This is a move toward improve-
ment though it may not seem
like it right away. You’ll avoid
stagnation. All is working to your
FAMILY CIRCUS benefit.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March
20). A handwritten letter was
once the prevailing method of
communicating on matters of
news, love, gratitude and in-
tention. Now it’s a rarity, which
is why, if you write someone
a note, it will be a cherished
memento.

Short end of the stick
SOLUTION:
Food LIFESTYLES EDITOR
Jan Swoope: 328-2471
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An apple a day

Sarah Crowder via AP
Baking this stuffing in a pan allows the top
to get crispy and browned.

Cooking on
Deadline:
mushroom
cornbread
stuffing or
dressing
BY K ATIE WORKMAN
The Associated Press

S
o, what do you say, dressing or
stuffing?
Technically, it’s dressing if it’s
cooked in a pan and stuffing if it’s cooked
inside the bird. However, which word
you choose seems to have more to do
with where you come from: Midwestern
or Southern folks often call it dressing,
regardless of where it’s cooked, and
Northeasterners lean toward the term
stuffing, even if it never saw the inside of
gimmesomeoven.com
the turkey.
Fall’s abundant apple harvest inspires recipes from appetizers to desserts. This caramel apple baked Brie served with You can certainly cook this stuffing
fresh sliced apples requires only three ingredients and about 10 minutes to prepare. in the turkey if you want, but I rather
love it in a pan, so the top gets crispy and

Apple recipes you’ll want
browned. Or do a little of each method if
your gang is divided.
Crumbling the cornbread and letting
it sit out for a day allows it to dry slightly,
which prevents the stuffing/dressing

for the fall kitchen
from baking up heavy and possibly soggy.
The somewhat dried cornbread will then
be able to soak up the moisture and flavor
of the rest of the ingredients and stay on
Honeycrisp, Braeburn, Mutsu, apple juice, so I just dumped it all the lighter side.
BY JAN SWOOPE Winesap and Pink Lady (or Cripps into a bag with the pork and let it sit The types of mushrooms you can use
jswoope@cdispatch.com Pink). for about 30 minutes before I cooked in this recipe are limitless. Use the ones
Four apple recipes compiled for it,” she wrote. “I put the meat in the that appeal, the ones that are on sale, the

C
risp, sweet, refreshing apples today’s food pages take us from cast iron skillet and cooked it for a ones that fit into your budget. You can
are a true symbol of autumn. appetizer to dessert. One illustrates couple of minutes before pouring absolutely use only inexpensive button
Sure, we’re used to seeing apples used in a pork tenderloin the sauce over it.” mushrooms, but it’s great to mix in some
them year-round in the grocery main dish; another uses apples in a Going more casual? Try dressed- delicious and chewy (but pricier) shiita-
store, but there’s something spe- more laid-back but upscale panini. up stovetop paninis that deliver on kes. If you’re splurging (or if you have a
cial about the fall apple harvest. It The ultra-easy 10-minute appetiz- sweet, salty and super cheesy. Slice friend knowledgeable about mushroom
inspires thoughts of enticing aromas er with three ingredients is baked the apples thin so that they soften foraging), go for all wild mushrooms.
of apples baking in dishes both Brie with apple slices. While the up while cooking, says halfbaked- You can also mix in some browned
sweet and savory, in fresh salads, Brie bakes to a warm, melty consis- harvest.com. and crumbled sausage or some crumbled
soups and appetizers, or just sliced tency, slice up fresh apples. When For a sweet finish, the apple crisp crispy bacon or pancetta for extra flavor.
and dipped in caramel, another fall the creamy cheese comes out of the recipe is described as “blissfully (Add any additional salt judiciously if you
favorite. oven, top it with pecans or walnuts easy to make” at gimmesomeoven. do that, as the pork will add some salti-
There are more than 7,500 apple and drizzle with caramel and start com. It’s delicious on it’s own but ness).
varieties worldwide; flavors and dipping those apples in it. great served with ice cream and Use vegetable broth if you want this
cooking qualities vary, so it pays to The one-pan brown sugar pork caramel drizzles. to be vegetarian-friendly. Skip the cream
explore. Granny Smiths are general- dish was made with honeycrisp It’s autumn. It’s apple time, and if anyone in your world is vegan or can’t
ly the go-to baking apple, according apples by “Jenny” who shared the an apple a day ... well, you know. have dairy — the stuffing will still be
to the good people at bonappetit. recipe at cremedelacrumb.com. fabulous.
com, but they also like Jonagold, “I accidentally added too much See Apple, 6B See Dressing, 6B

Cooking and glazing a moist
and cured ham? It’s in the bag
BY AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN time, but the ham will be less juicy and the
heating time must increase to 18 to 20 min-

H
eating and glazing a cured ham seems utes per pound. We prefer a tapered shank
effortless, but many recipes yield leath- ham but a rounded sirloin ham will work
ery meat in an overly sweet glaze. We here.
wanted to guarantee moist meat in a nuanced If there is a tear or hole in the ham’s inner
glaze. covering, wrap it in several layers of plastic
Bone-in hams, labeled “with natural wrap before the hot-water soak. If you do not
juices,” have the best flavor and spiral-sliced wish to use an oven bag, place the ham cut
ones make carving a cinch, but too much side down in the roasting pan and cover tight-
time in the oven can ruin even the best ham ly with aluminum foil, adding 3 to 4 minutes
on the market, so we focused on reducing the per pound to the heating time.
cooking time. Soaking the ham in hot water
shaved off a full hour, and using an oven bag
further reduced the cooking time while also GLAZED SPIRAL-SLICED HAM
Servings: 12-14
containing the ham’s moisture. Start to finish: 1 hour, 45 minutes (plus 1 hour, 30
We heated a mixture of sweet and savory minutes for soaking) Joe Keller/America’s Test Kitchen via AP
pantry staples for two tempting glaze options. This recipe for a glazed spiral-sliced ham comes from the cookbook “All-
You may bypass the 1 1/2-hour soaking See Ham, 6B
Time Best Holiday Entertaining.”
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Apple
Continued from Page 5B

10-MINUTE CARAMEL APPLE
BAKED BRIE
1 wheel Brie
1/2 cup chopped walnuts or pecans
1/3 cup caramel sauce, homemade or
store-bought
3 apples, cored and sliced

n Preheat oven to 350 F. Line a small
baking sheet with parchment paper.
n Place Brie on the baking sheet, and
sprinkle chopped walnuts evenly on top of
the Brie. Bake for 8-10 minutes, or until
Brie is warmed through and starts to ooze
out a bit. (To save time, slice apples while
Brie is baking.)
n Remove from heat, and drizzle the
caramel sauce on top of the Brie. Serve
immediately with apples for dipping.
(Source: gimmesomeoven.com)

ONE PAN BROWN SUGAR PORK
AND APPLES
Prep time: 5 minutes
Cook time: 15 minutes
Makes 4 servings

1 1/2 to 3 pounds pork tenderloin
Salt and pepper, to taste lecremedelacrumb.com
3 tablespoons oil This one-pan brown sugar pork tenderloin with apples gets extra flavor
1/2 cup brown sugar from Dijon mustard, minced garlic and apple juice.
3 tablespoons Dijon mustard
1 tablespoon minced garlic 1 1/2 cups shredded cheddar cheese 1/2 cup chopped pecans or walnuts
2 tablespoons apple juice 1 1/2 cups shredded havarti cheese 1 1/2 teaspoons ground cinnamon,
2 medium apples, sliced into wedges 1 honeycrisp apple, thinly sliced divided
8 slices cooked bacon 1/4 teaspoon salt
n Season pork with salt and pepper on honey, for drizzling 1/4 cup maple syrup
all sides. Drizzle oil into a large skillet and 1 tablespoon fresh thyme leaves 1/4 cup melted butter (or coconut oil, if
bring to medium heat on the stove. making this recipe vegan)
n Stir together brown sugar, Dijon mus- n Heat a panini press or large skillet over 4 apples, cored and diced (about 5-6
tard, garlic and apple juice. Rub mixture medium high heat. cups)
all over pork using your fingertips. n Spread the outside of each slice of 2 teaspoons freshly-squeezed lemon juice
n Cook pork in preheated and oiled pan, bread with butter. Spread the inside of
turning every 2-3 minutes to ensure even half of the slices of bread with apple n Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
cooking. After about 10 minutes, add butter. One top of the apple butter, evenly n Add oats, almond meal, nuts, 1/2
apples and cook until tender and pork is layer the cheese, apples and bacon. teaspoon cinnamon, and salt to a mixing
white through the middle (there shouldn’t Drizzle honey over top and sprinkle with bowl, and toss until combined. Add maple
be any pink left). thyme. Add the top piece of bread, but- syrup and melted butter (or coconut oil),
n Serve immediately and garnish with tered side facing up. then toss until combined. Set aside.
fresh parsley or thyme. n Place sandwiches, one at a time, into n In separate bowl, combine the apples,
(Source: lecremedelacrumb.com) the panini press and cook until cheese lemon juice and remaining 1 teaspoon
is melted. Serve each sandwich with a cinnamon and toss until combined.
drizzle of honey and fresh thyme. Spread apple mixture evenly into a
HONEY APPLE CHEDDAR AND (Source: halfbakedharvest.com) greased 8-by-8-inch or 9-by-9-inch pan,
then sprinkle oat mixture evenly on top of
BACON PANINI apples.
Prep time: 10 minutes
Cook time: 10 minutes EASY APPLE CRISP n Bake for 35-40 minutes, or until top-
ping is crisp and golden and apples are
Makes 4 servings Prep time: 15 minutes
Cook time: 35 minutes soft and cooked through. Serve imme-
Makes 8-10 servings diately. (Can serve with ice cream and a
8 slices sourdough bread drizzle of caramel sauce.) Or let the apple
4 tablespoons butter, at room tempera- crisp cool to room temperature, then cov-
ture 1 cup old-fashioned oats
1/2 cup almond meal* er and refrigerate for up to three days.
4 tablespoons apple butter (Source: gimmesomeoven.com)

Ham
Continued from Page 5B
1 (7- to 10-pound) spiral-sliced 10 minutes (if glaze is too to 1 cup, 5 to 10 minutes; fat; 17 g fat (5 g saturated; 0
bone-in half ham thick to brush, return to heat set aside. g trans fats); 143 mg choles-
1 large plastic oven bag to loosen). terol; 1908 mg sodium; 25 g
1 recipe glaze (recipes follow) n Remove ham from oven, carbohydrate; 0 g fiber; 23 g
n Leaving ham’s inner plastic
transfer to carving board, and
brush entire ham with another
CHERRY-PORT GLAZE sugar; 52 g protein.
Makes 1 cup
or foil covering intact, place third of glaze. Tent ham with 1/2 cup ruby port
ham in large container and aluminum foil and let rest
cover with hot water; set aside 1/2 cup cherry preserves
for 15 minutes. While ham
for 45 minutes. Drain and rests, add 4 to 6 tablespoons 1 cup packed dark brown
cover again with hot water; set of ham juices to remaining sugar
aside for another 45 minutes. one-third of glaze and cook 1 teaspoon pepper
n Adjust oven rack to lowest over medium heat until thick
position and heat oven to 250 but fluid sauce forms. Carve n Simmer port in small
F. Unwrap ham; discard plastic and serve ham, passing sauce saucepan over medium heat
disk covering bone. Place ham separately. until reduced to 2 table-
in oven bag. Gather top of spoons, about 5 minutes.
bag tightly so bag fits snugly Add remaining ingredients
around ham, tie bag, and trim MAPLE-ORANGE GLAZE and cook, stirring occasion-
excess plastic. Set ham cut Makes 1 cup ally, until reduced to 1 cup, 5
side down in large roasting 3/4 cup maple syrup to 10 minutes; set aside.
pan and cut 4 slits in top of 1/2 cup orange marmalade
bag with knife 2 tablespoons unsalted Nutrition information per serv-
n Bake ham until center butter ing with orange glaze: 390
registers 100 degrees, 1 to 1 1 tablespoon Dijon mus- calories; 157 calories from
1/2 hours (about 10 minutes tard fat; 17 g fat (5 g saturated;
per pound). 1 teaspoon pepper 0 g trans fats); 145 mg cho-
n Remove ham from oven and 1/4 teaspoon ground cin- lesterol; 1914 mg sodium; 7
increase oven temperature to namon g carbohydrate; 0 g fiber; 6 g
350 F. Cut open oven bag and sugar; 52 g protein.
roll back sides to expose ham. n Combine ingredients in
Brush ham with one-third of small saucepan and cook Nutrition information per
glaze and return to oven until over medium heat, stirring serving with port glaze: 463
glaze becomes sticky, about occasionally, until reduced calories; 151 calories from

Dressing
Continued from Page 5B
freshly ground black pepper evaporated.
MUSHROOM CORN- to taste n In a large bowl, place crum-
BREAD STUFFING OR 1/4 cup dry white wine
1 9-by-9-inch pan cornbread,
bled cornbread and drizzle
over it 1 cup of the broth and
DRESSING crumbled (about 7 cups) and
left to sit on a baking sheet
the cream (feel free also to
drizzle up to 1/2 cup of turkey
Servings: 10
Start to finish: 1 hour 30 for one day drippings if available and
1 to 1 1/2 cups low-sodium desired). Toss well. Add vege-
minutes (not including baking, chicken or vegetable broth
crumbling and drying the tables and toss to combine. If
1/4 cup cream mixture still seems dry, add in
cornbread)
as much as another 1/2 cup
n Preheat oven to 400 F. But- of chicken broth.
4 tablespoons (1/2 stick) ter a 9-by-13-inch baking pan.
unsalted butter n In a large, deep skillet, n Turn mixture into prepared
1 1/2 cups chopped onions melt butter over medium heat. baking pan and cover with foil.
1 cup chopped celery Add onions, celery, carrots, Bake 20 minutes, then remove
1 cup chopped carrots mushrooms, garlic and thyme foil and bake for another 30
1 pound button mushrooms, or sage. Season with salt and minutes or so until stuffing
trimmed and chopped pepper and saute everything is cooked through and top is
1/2 pound shiitake mush- until the all liquid is evaporat- browned and crispy.
rooms, trimmed and chopped ed (mushrooms will release Nutrition information per serv-
1 teaspoon finely minced liquid as they start to cook) ing: 280 calories; 122 calories
garlic and vegetables are all tender from fat; 14 g fat (7 g satu-
2 teaspoons fresh thyme or and lightly browned, about 10 rated; 0 g trans fats); 20 mg
sage leaves or 1 teaspoon to 12 minutes. Add the wine cholesterol; 540 mg sodium;
dried thyme or sage and saute for another couple 33 g carbohydrate; 2 g fiber; 5
Coarse or kosher salt and of minutes until it is almost g sugar; 7 g protein.

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office of the WHEREAS, said Deed of WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2018 7B
Chancery Clerk of Trust was subsequently
Lowndes County, Mis- assigned to Lakeview
sissippi filed and recor- Loan Servicing, LLC by

CLASSIFIEDS
ded June 2, 2004, in instrument dated July
Deed Book 2004, Page 31, 2015 and recorded
16060; and in Book MORT 2015 at

WHEREAS, the benefi-
cial interest of said
Page 18194 of the
aforesaid Chancery
Clerk's office; and
Phone: 662.328.2424
Deed of Trust was trans-
ferred and assigned to WHEREAS, Lakeview
classifieds@cdispatch.com
REGIONS BANK SUC-
CESSOR BY MERGER
Loan Servicing, LLC has
heretofore substituted cdispatch.com/classifieds
TO UNION PLANTERS
BANK, N.A. SUC-
Shapiro & Massey, LLC
as Trustee by instru- P.O. Box 511 • 516 Main Street
CESSOR BY MERGER
WITH UNION PLANTERS
MORTGAGE, INC.; and
ment dated September
27, 2018 and recorded
in the aforesaid Chan-
Columbus, MS 39701
cery Clerk's Office in

DEADLINES
WHEREAS, the under- Book MORT 2018 at
signed, Rubin Lublin, Page 21816; and

(Deadlines subject to change.) REGULAR RATES
LLC has been appoin-
ted as Substitute Trust- WHEREAS, default hav- SUPER SAVER RATES GARAGE SALE RATES
4 Lines/6 Daysee; ...................
and $19.20 ing been 6 Days
made ......................................
in the $12.00 4 Lines/1 Day..................$9.20
terms and
12 Daysconditions of
.................................... $18.00
For Placing/Canceling Classified Line Ads: 4 Lines/12 Days NOW,.................
THEREFORE, $31.20the said deed of trust and 4 Lines/3 Days..............$18.00
Overdebt 6 lines is $1 per additional line.
Sunday Paper Deadline is Thursday 3:00 P.M. 4 Lines/26 Days .................
holder of said Deed $46.80 of the entire secured
Price includes 2 FREE Garage Sale
Trust, having requested thereby having Sixbeen
lines or de-less, consecutive days.
Rate applies to commercial operations signs. RAIN GUARANTEE: If it
Monday Paper Deadline is Friday 12:00 P.M. the undersigned so to clared to be
Rate due to
applies and private party ads of non-commer-
and merchandise do, asover $1,000.
Substitute Trust- payable in accordance rains the day of your sale, we will re-
Tuesday Paper Deadline is Monday 12:00 P.M. ee or his duly appoin- with thecialterms
natureofforsaid merchandise under $1,000. Must
Wednesday Paper Deadline is Tuesday 12:00 P.M. Call 328-2424 for rates
ted agent, on of
by virtue deed of trust,include price in ad. 1 ITEM PER AD.
Lakeview run you ad the next week FREE!
additional
the power,lines. duty and au- Loan Servicing, LLC, No pets,
the firewood, etc. You must call to request free re-run.
Thursday Paper Deadline is Wednesday 12:00 P.M. thority vested and im- legal holder of said in-

INDEX
Friday Paper Deadline is Thursday 12:00 P.M. posed upon said Substi- debtedness, having re-
LEGAL NOTICES must be submitted 3 business days tute Trustee shall, on quested the under-
November 14, 2018 signed Substituted
prior to first publication date within the lawful hours Trustee to execute the
of sale between trust and sell said land
11:00AM and 4:00PM and property in accord-
• Please read your ad on the first day of publication. We accept at the southeast front ance with the terms of
responsibility only for the first incorrect insertion. 0 Legals 1780 Sitting with Elderly/Sick
door of Courthouse pro- said deed of trust 4000 andMerchandise 5000 Pets & Livestock 8000 Real Estate
• The Publisher assumes no financial responsibility for errors nor for ceed to sell 1790
at Stump
public Removal for the purpose 4030 Air Conditioners
of rais- 5100 Free Pets 8050 Commercial Property
1000 Service outcry to the1800 Swimming Poolsing the sums due
highest 4060there-
Antiques 5150 Pets 8100 Farms & Timberland
omission of copy. Liability shall not exceed the cost of that portion of 1030 Air Conditioning & Heating
space occupied by such error. and best bidder 1830 Tax
forService
cash under, together 4090 withAppliances
at- 5200 Horses/Cattle/Livestock 8150 Houses - Northside
1060 Appliance Repair or certified funds 1860 TreeONLY,
Service torney's fees, trustee's
• All questions regarding classified ads currently running should be 4120 Auctions 5250 Pet Boarding/Grooming 8200 Houses - East
1070 Asphalt & Paving the following1890 described
Upholstery fees and expense of
directed to the Classified Department. property situated in sale. 4150 Baby Articles 5300 Supplies/Accessories 8250 Houses - New Hope
1090 Automotive Services 1910 Welding
• All ads are subject to the approval of this paper. The Commercial 4180 Bargain Column 5350 Veterinarians 8300 Houses - South
1120 Building & RemodelingLowndes County, Mis-
Dispatch reserves the right to reject, revise, classify or cancel any sissippi, to wit: 2000 Announcements NOW, THEREFORE, 4210 Bicycles
I, 5400 Wanted To Buy 8350 Houses - West
1150 Carpeting/Flooring Shapiro & Massey, LLC, Materials
advertising at any time. 4240 Building 8450 Houses - Caledonia
1180 Childcare LOT NO. ONE2050 Card of Thanks Substituted Trustee
HUN- in
4250 Burial Plots
6000 Financial 8500 Houses - Other
1210 Chimney Cleaning DRED TWENTY-FOUR 2100 Fraternal & Lodgesaid deed of trust, will 6050 Business Opportunity
Advertisements must be (124) OF AND 2150INGood
MA- Things To Eat
on November 28, 42702018
Business Furniture & 8520 Hunting Land
1240 Contractors 6100 Business Opportunity Wanted
Equipment 8550 Investment Property
1250 Computer Services SONIC HOME2200 SUBDIVI-
In Memorial offer for sale at public 6120 Check Cashing
paid for in advance. 1270 Electrical
SION, A SUBDIVISION
2250 Instruction
OF LOWNDES COUNTY, legal hours (being
& outcry and sell within
School 4300 Camera Equipment
4330 Clothing
6150 Insurance
8600 Lots & Acreage
8650 Mobile Homes
1300 Excavating MISSISSIPPI,2300 Lost & Found between the hours
ACCORD- of
4360 Coins & Jewelry
6200 Loans
8700 Mobile Home Spaces
You may cancel at any time during regular business hours 1320 Fitness Training ING TO A MAP 2350ORPersonals
PLAT 11:00 a.m. and 4:00
4390 Computer Equipment
6250 Mortgages
8750 Resort Property
and receive a refund for days not published. THEREOF OF2400
1330 Furniture Repair & Refinishing Special Notices p.m.), at the Southeast
RECORD
4420 Farm Equipment & Supplies
6300 Stocks & Bonds
8800 River Property
1360 General Services IN SUBDIVISION PLAT Door of the County
2600 Travel/Entertainment 6350 Business for Sale
BOOK NO. 2 AT PAGE Courthouse of Lowndes 4450 Firewood 8850 Wanted to Buy

FREE SERVICES
1380 Housecleaning 3000 Employment
1390 Insulation
34 IN THE CHANCERY County, located 4460 at Flea Markets 7000 Rentals 8900 Waterfront Property
CLERK`S OFFICE OF & Office Columbus, Mississippi,
3050 Clerical 4480 Furniture 7050 Apartments
1400 Insurance LOWNDES COUNTY, 3100 Data Processing/toComputer
the highest and best
4510 Garage Sales 7100 Commercial Property
9000 Transportation
1410 Interior Decorators MISSISSIPPI.3150 Domestic Help bidder for cash the fol- 9050 Auto Accessories/Parts
Bargain Column Ad must fit in 4 lines (approximately 1440 Jewelry/Watch Repair
PROPERTY
1470 Lawn Care/LandscapingThe street address
lowing described4540
3170 Engineering erty situated in Lowndes
ADDRESS:
General Merchandise
prop-
4570 Household Goods
7150 Houses
7180 Hunting Land
9100 Auto Rentals & Leasing
9150 Autos for Sale
20 characters per line) and will run for 3 days. For items $100 or 3200 GeneralofHelp Wanted
County, State of4630 Lawn & Garden
Missis- 7190 Land for Rent/Lease
1500 Locksmiths 9200 Aviation
less ONLY. More than one item may be in same ad, but prices the property 3250
1530 Machinery Repair to be 409 SYLVAN
Management Positions
is believed sippi, to-wit: 4660 Merchandise Rentals 7200 Mobile Homes
9250 Boats & Marine
3300 RD,
Medical/Dental
may not total over $100, no relists. 1560 Mobile Home ServicesCOLUMBUS,3350 MSOpportunity Information
The following described
4690 Musical Instruments 7250 Mobile Home Spaces
9300 Camper/R.V.’s
4700 Satellites 7300 Office Spaces
Free Pets 1590 Moving & Storage 39702. In the event of real estate located in 9350 Golf Carts
3400 Part-Time 4720 Sporting Goods 7350 Resort Rentals
Up to 4 lines, runs for 6 days. 1620 Painting & Papering any discrepancy Lowndes County, Mis- 9400 Motorcycles/ATVs
3450 Positions Wanted
between this street ad- sissippi, to-wit: 4750 Stereos & TV’s 7400 River Property
Lost & Found Up to 6 lines, ad will run for 6 days.
1650 Pest Control
1680 Plumbing
dress and the
scription of the
3500 Professional
legal
prop-
de-
3550 Restaurant/Hotel Lot No. 73 of Northaven
4780 Wanted To Buy 7450 Rooms
7500 Storage & Garages
9450 Trailers/Heavy Equipment
9500 Trucks, Vans & Buses
1710 Printing erty, the legal 3600descrip-
Sales/Marketing Woods, a subdivision of 9550 Wanted to Buy
These ads are taken by fax, e-mail or in person at 1740 Roofing & Guttering tion shall control. 3650Trades
the City of Columbus,
Lowndes County, Mis-
7520 Vacation Rentals
7550 Wanted to Rent
our office. Ads will not be take by telephone. 1770 Saws & Lawn Mowers
Title to the above3700Truckde-Driving sissippi, as shown by 7600 Waterfront Property
scribed property is be- the map or plat thereof
lieved to be good, but I as recorded in Subdivi-
Legal Notices 0010 Legal Notices 0010 Legal Notices 0010 Legal Notices 0010 will
Legalconvey only such
Notices 0010 sion
Legal Plat Book
Notices 00102 at Painting & Papering 1620 General Help Wanted 3200
title as is vested in me Page 120 in the Land
The following vehicle IN THE CHANCERY NOTICE OF ELECTION KELLOCK L ROBERTSON as Substitute Trustee. Records in the office of SULLIVAN'S PAINT THE COMMERCIAL Dis-
has been abandoned at COURT OF LOWNDES (WILLCUTT), whose the Chancery Clerk, SERVICE cdispatch.com patch is seeking a
TVG Paint & Body, 305 COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI Pursuant to the provi- whereabouts are un- THIS LAW FIRM IS AT- Lowndes County, Mis- Certified in lead mechanically-minded in-
Evergreen Dr., Aber- sions of Section 69-27- known, must answer TEMPTING TO COLLECT sissippi. removal. Offering spe- dividual to work in its
deen, MS 39730: IN THE MATTER OF 31, Mississippi Code ROBERT J A DEBT. ANY INFORMA- cial prices on interior & pressroom. Applicants
DORA ADAMS BY AND 1972 Annotated, an ROBERTSON’s Petition TION OBTAINED WILL Being the same prop- exterior painting, pres- must be comfortable
2016 Chrysler 300 THROUGH election will be held on for Hearing to Correct BE USED FOR THAT erty conveyed to Mi- sure washing & sheet General Help Wanted 3200 working around heavy
VIN# YULONDA ADAMS Thursday, December 6, Calculation of Arrears by PURPOSE. chael Jackson by deed rock repairs. machinery, adhering to
2C3CCAAG9GH313774 ROBERTSON, ON BE- 2018 to elect three (3) December 21, 2018, or, from Alexander Brandon Free Estimates PROFESSIONAL FIRM tight deadlines and
HALF OF THE ESTATE commissioners for the thereafter, a judgment 428 North Lamar Blvd, and wife, Emily Nicole Call 435-6528 seeks FT candidate w/ must have an eye for
2012 Ford Fushion OF DORA ADAMS AS Lowndes County Soil by default may be Suite 107 Taylor Brandon, formerly bookkeeping, payroll ex- detail & quality. Flexible
VIN# WELL AS ALL WRONG- and Water Conserva- rendered against her in Oxford, MS 38655 known as Nicole Taylor Sitting With The Sick / Elderly perience. Accounting de- hours are a must. Email
3FAHPOHG9CR342623 FUL DEATH tion District from beats Case No.: 01-DR-2007- rubinlublin.com/prop- recorded 05/18/2010 gree required, Quick- resume to
BENEFICIARIES ____1______, 000358.01, Circuit erty-listing in Deed Book 2010 1780
Books & payroll expert- mfloyd@cdispatch.com
IF THESE VEHICLES ARE _____3_____, and Court of Jefferson Tel: (877) 813-0992 Page 2656, in the of-
Fax: (404) 601-5846 fice of the Chancery NEED SOMEONE to care ise, Ind. tax prep experi- or drop resumes off at
NOT CLAIMED THEY NO. 2015-0119-HJD _____5_____. County, Alabama. for your loved one? ence preferred & ability 516 Main St,
WILL BE PUT UP FOR Clerk of Lowndes to work well w/ a vari- Columbus, MS 39701.
PUBLISH: 10/17/2018, County, Mississippi. Years of experience.
SALE ON THE 5TH DAY SUMMONS BY PUBLICA- VOTING PLACE - TIME - PUBLISH: 10/31, 11/7, Great References. Call ety of people. Please No phone calls please.
OF NOVEMBER, 2018 TION ON PETITION TO LOCATION 11/14 & 11/21/2018 10/24/2018, Betty, 662-251-6680. send resumes to:
AT 7:00 A.M. AT TVG DETERMINE HEIRS-AT- 10/31/2018, I WILL CONVEY only Blind Box 659 c/o NOW HIRING! We have
11/07/2018 such title as vested in Very good at what I do! immediate openings for
BODY SHOP, 305 EVER- LAW AND WRONGFUL Beat #: ______1______ NOTICE OF SUBSTI- Commercial Dispatch
GREEN DR., ABERDEEN, DEATH BENEFECIARIES Place: Shop and Save me as Substituted PO Box 511 full–time METAL BUILD-
TUTE TRUSTEE'S SALE ING ERECTORS in the
MS 39730. From 9:00 A.M. To 4:00 SUBSTITUTED TRUST- Trustee. Stump Removal 1790 Columbus, MS 39703
TO: ALL KNOWN AND P.M. Millport, Alabama area.
STATE OF MISSISSIPPI EE'S NOTICE OF SALE Excellent pay and bene-
Contact TVG Body Shop UNKNOWN HEIRS AT Location: 5730 Caledo- COUNTY OF LOWNDES WITNESS MY SIGNA- BOWLING CENTER
at 662-346-9426. LAW OF DORA ADAMS, nia Koloa Road, Caledo- TURE on this 19th day MANAGER fit package is offered! If
WHEREAS, on Novem- you are interested in
DECEASED WHOSE nia, MS 39740 WHEREAS, default has ber 23, 2011, Michael of October, 2018.
PUBLISH: 10/24, NAMES AND AD- occurred in the perform- Jackson executed a cer- Duties: Responsible for speaking with us,
10/31 & 11/7/2018 DRESSES ARE UN- Beat #: ______2______ ance of the covenants, tain deed of trust to Shapiro & Massey, LLC the economic and effi- please apply online at
KNOWN Place: H&R AgriPower terms and conditions of Timios Inc., Trustee for SUBSTITUTED TRUSTEE cient operation of bowl- https://www.baldwin-
From 9:00 A.M. To 4:00 a Deed of Trust dated the benefit of Mortgage ing center facilities and shell.com/careers or
contact Robert Vance at
You have been made a P.M. May 28, 2004, ex- Electronic Registration Shapiro & Massey, LLC ALLSTUMP GRINDING activities. Implements
Respondent in the es- Location: 901 Hwy. 45 ecuted by JOHN W. HAR- Systems, Inc., as nom- 1080 River Oaks Drive higher-level directives, (501) 414-4340.
SERVICE
IN THE CHANCERY tate proceeding filed in North, Columbus, MS RIS, VELICIA A. HARRIS, inee for American Finan- Suite B-202 GET 'ER DONE! formulates procedures
COURT OF LOWNDES this Court by Petition to 39701 conveying certain real cial Resources, Inc., its Flowood, MS 39232 We can grind all your and programs to en-
COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI Determine Heirs at Law property therein de- successors and as- (601) 981-9299 stumps. Hard to reach sure high standards of
and Wrongful Death Be- Beat #: ______3______ scribed to JAMES signs which deed of places, blown over food and beverage, re-
ASMA M. NAGI neficiaries of Dora Place: Brown’s Farm HOUSE OR BILL R. trust is of record in the 105 Gardenia Drive roots, hillsides, back- creational and promo-
PLAINTIFF Adams, deceased by Yu- Supply From 9:00 A.M. MCLAUGHLIN, as Trust- office of the Chancery Columbus, MS 39705 yards, pastures. Free tional programs.
londa Adams To 4:00 P.M. ee, for UNION PLANT- Clerk of Lowndes 18-022215AH estimates. You find it,
VERSUS Robertson, Executrix, Location: 901 Alabama ERS BANK, NA, Original County, State of Missis- we'll grind it! Qualifications: Must Let your
seeking determination St. Columbus, MS Beneficiary, to secure sippi in Book MORT PUBLISH: 10/31, 11/7, 662-361-8379 have experience that
WALEED A. of heirs at law of Dora 39702 11/14 & 11/21/2018 shows progressively re- fingers do the
the indebtedness 2011 at Page 23476;
ALMADHRAHI Adams, deceased. Re- therein described, as and sponsible administrat- walking.
DEFENDANT spondents other than Beat #: ______4______ same appears of re- Building & Remodeling 1120 Tree Services 1860 ive, professional, tech-
you in this action are Place: Carson’s Store nical, or other work Find your
cord in the office of the WHEREAS, said Deed of A&T Tree Service
NO. 2018-0612-B the known and un- From 9:00 A.M. To 4:00 Chancery Clerk of Trust was subsequently CJ'S ROOFING & HOME which has provided a dream job in
known heirs at law of P.M. REMODELING. Roofing Bucket truck & stump general knowledge of
Lowndes County, Mis- assigned to Lakeview removal. Free est. the classifieds!
SUMMONS Dora Adams, deceased. Location: 2610 Carson sissippi filed and recor- Loan Servicing, LLC by (Shingles or Metal) & management principles
Road, Crawford, MS Serving Columbus and practices, or pro-
ded June 2, 2004, in instrument dated July Roof Repairs, Concrete since 1987. Senior
TO: Waleed A. You are summoned and 39743 Deed Book 2004, Page 31, 2015 and recorded Pressure Washing, Car- citizen disc. Call Alvin @ gressively responsible
Almadhrahi, whose commanded to person- 16060; and in Book MORT 2015 at pentry & Handyman experience in one or
242-0324/241-4447 more of the functions
present residence, post ally appear before the Beat #: ______5______ Page 18194 of the Work. Veteran & Senior "We'll go out on a limb managed by a bowling
office addresses and Chancery Court of Place: Lowndes County WHEREAS, the benefi- aforesaid Chancery Discounts! 662-397- for you!"
street addresses are all Lowndes County, Mis- SWCD Office From 9:00 cial interest of said Clerk's office; and 0800, FREE ESTIMATE. center manager.
unknown after diligent sissippi at 9:30 A.M. on A.M. To 4:00 P.M. Deed of Trust was trans-
search and inquiry to the 26th day of Novem- Location: 2282 Martin ferred and assigned to WHEREAS, Lakeview HOME REPAIRS & CON- VICKERS TREE General Help Wanted 3200
ascertain the same. You ber, 2018, in the Luther King Jr. Drive REGIONS BANK SUC- Loan Servicing, LLC has STRUCTION WORK SERVICE, LLC
have been made a De- Courtroom of the Suite 1, Columbus, MS CESSOR BY MERGER heretofore substituted WANTED. Carpentry, Tree trimming and re-
fendant in the Com- Lowndes County Chan- 39705 TO UNION PLANTERS Shapiro & Massey, LLC small concrete jobs, moval. Fully insured.
plaint for Divorce filed in cery Courthouse, Colum- BANK, N.A. SUC- as Trustee by instru- electrical, plumbing, Free estimates.
this Court by Asma M. bus, Mississippi, be- Signed by Authority of CESSOR BY MERGER ment dated September roof repairs, pressure Call Curt 662-418-0889
Nagi. The complaint fore the Honorable the Mississippi Soil and WITH UNION PLANTERS 27, 2018 and recorded washing and mobile or 662-549-2902
filed has initiated a civil Judge H.J. Davidson, Jr. Water Conservation MORTGAGE, INC.; and in the aforesaid Chan- home roof coating and “A cut above the rest”
action for divorce. to defend the suit and Commission as recor- cery Clerk's Office in underpinning. No job
show cause the relief ded in its minutes of Ju- WHEREAS, the under- Book MORT 2018 at too small. 549-7031.
You are required to mail sought and prayed for in ly 23, 2018. Good Things To Eat 2150
signed, Rubin Lublin, Page 21816; and
or hand-deliver a copy of the Petition to Determ- LLC has been appoin-
your written response to ine Heirs at Law should Mark E. Gilbert SUGGS CONSTRUCTION
ted as Substitute Trust- WHEREAS, default hav- Building, remodeling,
this Complaint to Donna not be granted, and in Executive Director, ee; and ing been made in the
S. Smith, the attorney case of your failure to MSWCC metal roofing, painting
terms and conditions of & all home repairs.
for the Plaintiff, whose appear and defend a NOW, THEREFORE, the said deed of trust and
street address is 501 judgment will be PUBLISH: 11/7, 11/14, holder of said Deed of 662-242-3471
the entire debt secured
Seventh Street North, entered against you for & 11/21/2018 Trust, having requested thereby having been de-
Suite 7, Columbus, Mis- the month and other Tom Hatcher, LLC
the undersigned so to clared to be due and Custom Construction,
sissippi 39701, and things demanded in the do, as Substitute Trust- payable in accordance
whose post office ad- Petition. NOTICE OF PUBLIC Restoration, Remodel-
ee or his duly appoin- with the terms of said ing, Repair, Insurance
dress is Post Office Box SALE OF COLLATERAL ted agent, by virtue of deed of trust, Lakeview
189, Columbus, Missis- You are not required to claims. 662-364-1769.
the power, duty and au- Loan Servicing, LLC, the Licensed & Bonded
sippi 39703-0189. Your file an answer or other CENTRAL FINANCIAL thority vested and im- legal holder of said in-
response must be pleading but may do so SERVICES, INC. WILL posed upon said Substi- debtedness, having re-
mailed or hand-de- if you desire and shall SELL THE FOLLOWING tute Trustee shall, on quested the under- Excavating 1300
livered within thirty (30) do so if ordered by said PROPERTY: November 14, 2018 signed Substituted
days after the 24th day Court. A copy of any within the lawful hours Trustee to execute the Clay gravel, fill clay, &
of October, 2018, which such answer, if any, 1999 FORD EXPEDI- of sale between trust and sell said land top soil for sale! Easy
is the date of the first shall be served upon TION EDDIE BAUER 11:00AM and 4:00PM and property in accord- access off 82 East.
publication of this Sum- Petitioner’s attorney Jef- at the southeast front ance with the terms of Can load and deliver.
mons. If your response frey J. Hosford, 115A S. TO THE HIGHEST BID- door of Courthouse pro- said deed of trust and Stokes Excavation:
is not so mailed or hand Lafayette, Starkville, DER IN PUBLIC AS FOL- ceed to sell at public for the purpose of rais- 662-689-0089
delivered, a judgment by MS. 39759. LOWS: outcry to the highest ing the sums due there- General Help Wanted 3200
default will be entered and best bidder for cash under, together with at-
against you for the Issued under my hand DAY AND DATE: WED- General Services 1360
or certified funds ONLY, torney's fees, trustee's
money or other things and seal of said Court, NESDAY, NOVEMBER the following described fees and expense of
demanded in the Com- this 15th day of Octo- 21, 2018 MUSIC THEORY LES-
property situated in sale. SONS
plaint. ber, 2018. Lowndes County, Mis- $25 per hour
TIME: 9:00 A.M. sissippi, to wit: NOW, THEREFORE, I, Chords, Scales, Modes
You must also file the Lisa Younger Neese Shapiro & Massey, LLC, & more! Call Jimbo @
original of your Re- Lowndes Chancery PLACE: CENTRAL FINAN- LOT NO. ONE HUN- Substituted Trustee in 662-364-1687
sponse with the Clerk of Court Clerk CIAL SERVICES, INC. DRED TWENTY-FOUR said deed of trust, will If no answer leave PEEPLES PECANS
this Court within a reas- 2321 HWY. 45 N., (124) OF AND IN MA- on November 28, 2018 voicemail or text. Custom cracking,
onable time afterward. By: Tina Fisher SUITE F, COLUMBUS, SONIC HOME SUBDIVI- offer for sale at public shelling, & blowing your
Deputy Clerk MS 39705 SION, A SUBDIVISION outcry and sell within pecans. We also sell
Issued under my hand RETAINER WALL, drive-
OF LOWNDES COUNTY, legal hours (being way, foundation, con- shelled, halved, &
and the seal of said (SEAL) THERE IS NO WAR- MISSISSIPPI, ACCORD- between the hours of pieces! 662-574-1660.
Court, this the 19th day RANTY RELATING TO crete, masonry restora-
ING TO A MAP OR PLAT 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 tion, remodeling, base-
of October 2018. Of Counsel: TITLE, POSSESSION, THEREOF OF RECORD p.m.), at the Southeast ment foundation, re-
JEFFREY J. HOSFORD QUIET ENJOYMENT, IN SUBDIVISION PLAT Door of the County General Help Wanted 3200
LISA YOUNGER NEESE #100788 MERCHANTABILITY, FIT- BOOK NO. 2 AT PAGE pairs, small dump truck
Courthouse of Lowndes hauling (5-6 yd) load &
CHANCERY CLERK OF Hosford Law Firm, PLLC NESS FOR PARTICULAR 34 IN THE CHANCERY County, located at Accountant Position -
LOWNDES 115A S. Lafayette PURPOSE OR THE LIKE CLERK`S OFFICE OF demolition/lot cleaning. Columbus
Columbus, Mississippi, Burr Masonry
COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI Street IN THE SALE AND ALL LOWNDES COUNTY, to the highest and best 662-242-0259. Responsibilities include
POST OFFICE BOX 684 Starkville, Mississippi SUCH WARRANTIES ARE MISSISSIPPI. bidder for cash the fol- A/R, A/P, Payroll, Sales
COLUMBUS, MISSIS- 39759 SPECIFICALLY DIS- Tax, Journal Entries, Re-
lowing described prop- conciliations, Month/
SIPPI 39703-0684 Telephone: (662) 323- CLAMED. PROPERTY ADDRESS: erty situated in Lowndes WORK WANTED: Year end Closing for
(S E A L) 0844 The street address of County, State of Missis- Licensed & Bonded-car- multiple companies. At-
Facsimile: (662) 323- DATE: 11/02/2018 the property is believed sippi, to-wit: pentry, painting, & de-
BY: Shantrell W. 5560 molition. Landscaping, tention to detail and ac-
to be 409 SYLVAN RD, curacy are required.
Granderson, D.C. CENTRAL FINANCIAL COLUMBUS, MS The following described gutters cleaned, bush
PUBLISH: 10/17, SERVICES, INC. 39702. In the event of real estate located in hogging, clean-up work, Send resumes to
PUBLISH: 10/24, 10/24, 10/31 & pressure washing, mov- jobs@
any discrepancy Lowndes County, Mis- prographicsms.com
10/31, & 11/7/2018 11/7/2018 PUBLISH: 11/7/2018 between this street ad- sissippi, to-wit: ing help & furniture
dress and the legal de- repair. 662-242-3608
scription of the prop- Lot No. 73 of Northaven FULL TIME EMPLOYEE
erty, the legal descrip- Woods, a subdivision of Lawn Care / Landscaping NEEDED. SOME MECH-
tion shall control. the City of Columbus, 1470 ANICAL KNOWLEDGE,
Classified ads are a great form of Title to the above de-
Lowndes County, Mis-
sissippi, as shown by
LIFTING & DELIVERY OF
EQUIPMENT. APPLY IN
JESSE & BEVERLY'S
person-to-person advertising. scribed property is be- the map or plat thereof LAWN SERVICE. Mow-
lieved to be good, but I as recorded in Subdivi- ing, cleanup, landscap- MAN RENTALS, INC. ON
PERSON AT HANDY-

will convey only such sion Plat Book 2 at ing, sodding, & tree cut- HWY. 82 WEST, STARK-
title as is vested in me Page 120 in the Land ting. 356-6525. VILLE.
as Substitute Trustee. Records in the office of
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Estate Sales 4490 Apts For Rent: West 7050 Houses For Rent: Other 7180

VIP
SMALL COTTAGE:
1BR/1BA, all appl. Wa-

Rentals
ter, trash, lawn incl. in
lease. Near MSU. No
pets. $500/mo. $400
Apartments dep. App/refs/lease
req. 662-242-2923.
& Houses
1 Bedrooms
2 Bedroooms
3 Bedrooms
Furnished & WATERFRONT 2BR/1BA
Unfurnished in Hamilton. Direct ac-
cess to the TENN-TOM.
1, 2, & 3 Baths Community boat ramp.
Large deck overlooking
Lease, Deposit water. Updated home
& Credit Check 1200 sqft. CH/A.
$650/mo + $650 dep.
viceinvestments.com Call 662-425-0250 for

327-8555 more info.

Mobile Homes for Rent 7250
Apts For Rent: Other 7080 3BR/2BA Trailer, New
Hope school dist.
DOWNTOWN: 2BR/1BA, $500/mo & $500 dep.
CH&A, 1 story, W/D, Call between 10a-7p.
historic district, 1 block 662-386-4292. Sudoku YESTERDAY’S ANSWER
Yesterday’sANSWER
answer
Find Sudoku
from downtown, $625/ NO TEXT MESSAGES. YESTERDAY’S
mo. + $625 dep. NO Sudoku is a number-
PETS. 662-574-8789.
NICE 3BR/2BA MH in placing puzzle based on
Sudoku is a number-
6 9 3 2 8 5 4 7 1
Peaceful & Quiet area.

What agiven 8 5 1 4 6 7 2 3 9
North Columbus. Close
9x9 grid with several
placing puzzle based on

2018 Conceptis Puzzles, Dist. by King Features Syndicate, Inc.
General Help Wanted 3200 Business Opportunity 6050 to schools & CAFB. No
FIRST FULL MONTH pets. $460/mo + $460 a 9x9 grid with several
numbers. The object 7 2 4 1 9 3 8 6 5
You’re 1 to 9 in the empty spaces
given numbers. The object
THE DISPATCH HISTORIC DOWNTOWN RENT FREE! 1 & 2 Bed- dep. 662-364-6204 or is to place the numbers
is looking for an Columbus: 411 Main room Apts/Townhomes. 601-940-1397. is to place the numbers
3 6 5 9 4 2 1 8 7
ADVERTISING SALES St. Office, Retail, Res- Stove & refrigerator.
1 to 9 in the empty spaces 4 1 7 6 3 8 9 5 2
Looking socolumn
that each row, each
REPRESENTATIVE. taurant Space available. $335-$600 Monthly. RENT A fully equipped
The ideal candidate is a Call 423-333-1124. Credit check & deposit. camper w/utilities & so that each row, each 9 8 2 7 5 1 6 4 3
motivated self-starter Coleman Realty, cable from $145/wk - and each 3x3 box
column and each 3x3 box
contains the same number
with excellent commu- Apts For Rent: Northside 7010 662-329-2323. $535/month. Colum-
1 4 6 3 7 9 5 2 8
nication and organiza-
tional skills, a strong 2BR/1BA, renovated w/
Central heat and air,
bus & County School
locations. 662-242-
7653 or 601-940-1397.
For level increases from
contains the same number
only once. The difficulty
only once. The difficulty 2 3 8 5 1 4 7 9 6
COLEMAN
work ethic and the abil-
ity to relate to a wide
range of people. Sales
new appliances, floor-
ing, etc. Available soon.
experience is preferred, Taking applications
RENTALS
TOWNHOUSES & APARTMENTS
Houses For Sale: Northside
8150
In Monday to Sunday.
level increases from
Monday to Sunday.
5 7
Difficulty Level
9 8 2 6 3 1 4
11/06

but not required. Full- now. $450/Mth.
time position includes
insurance benefits,
NO HUD. Call Long &
Long, 662-328-0770.
1 BEDROOM 1706 RIDGE Rd. Like
new, 3BR/2BA. New ap-
competitive pay, paid 2 BEDROOMS pl,
personal leave and op- 815 17TH St. N. 3 BEDROOMS
22 ac w/ pond,
woods & wildlife. Close
CLASSIFIEDS
portunity for advance- 2BR/1BA. $275 per to CAFB. Frontage on 2 www.cdispatch.com
ment. Come join our mo. $200 dep. Call
LEASE, roads. $249,000.
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creative, award-winning 662-244-0070. 662-418-8077.
staff. Hand deliver re-
sume to Beth Proffitt at FOX RUN COMPANY LLC
DEPOSIT Autos For Sale 9150
NICE BRICK HOME FOR
516 Main Street, 1 & 2 BR near hospital. AND SALE, located at 2406 2002 VOLVO S80 T6, 4
Columbus or email to $595-645/mo. Military
bproffitt@cdispatch.com discount offered, pet CREDIT CHECK 15th Ave No in Colum-
bus, MS with 3 bed-
door sedan. Good condi-
tion, Michelin radials.
area, pet friendly, and rooms and 1 bath. This $3950. CASH ONLY!
The 14 FSS has an furnished corporate
opening for a Supervis- apartments available. 662-329-2323 house is a great home
to live in as-is or fixer
662-889-8914.
ory Librarian. ON SITE SECURITY. upper. I am no longer in-
ON SITE MAINTENANCE. terested in renting the
Duties: Directs overall ON SITE MANAGEMENT. 2411 HWY 45 N house out and would
Library operation provid- 24-HOUR CAMERA COLUMBUS, MS like to sell the property
ing mission, education, SURVEILLANCE. at a great price for
and quality of life sup- Benji @ 662-386-4446 $40,000 or best offer.
port to base personnel, Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm. Commercial Property For Call/text 662-295-9124
their families, and retir- Sat/Sun by appt only. 2015 CHEVROLET Equi-
ees. Responsible for Rent 7100 nox, tan, 1 owner, 89k
the full scope of Library 1, 2, 3 BEDROOM apart-
Lots & Acreage 8600
mi, mostly highway.
functions to include Lib- ments & townhouses. COMMERCIAL PROPER- Bluetooth, backup cam-
TIES/Retail/Office 2.28 +/- Acre Lot.
rary management/ad- Call for more info. 149 Tanyia Lane. Off of era, cloth seats, 25.8
ministration, personnel 662-328-8254. Spaces starting @ MPG average of life of
management, circula- $285/mo. Downtown & Lake Lowndes Road.
East Columbus loca- Has asphalt drive & vehicle. Clean & excel-
tion services, refer- STUDIO APT for rent. lent condition.
tions. 662-435-4188. parking, 1200 ft. shop
ence/research services, Newly remodeled. w/ living area, septic Asking $12,195.
technical services, and $400/mth rent & dep 662-574-7481.
technological develop- req. Convenient to town tank & water meter. No
ment and support. & CAFB. No hud. No OFFICE SPACE: 2,000 trailers. $45,000. Call
pets. 662-328-2340. square feet. 294 662-574-0345.
Qualifications: A mas- Chubby Dr. Flexible leas- COMMERCIAL VAN For
ter's degree in Library ing terms. Available 3.5 Acre Lot. 3 estab- Sale: 2005 Ford 150
Apts For Rent: South 7040 now. 662-328-8254. lished trailer lots. Play-
and information studies Econo Van. 102k miles.
from an American Lib- ground. Located on White. $4,300.
DOWNTOWN 1BR - This
rary Association accred- large 1 bedroom apart- Houses For Rent: Northside Morgan Lane. Off of (662)574-0225.
ited school and 3 years ment has been recently Harris Road. Caledonia
progressively respons- 7110 Schools. $25,000.
renovated. It features
ible work experience is great natural light, hard- 662-574-0345.
required. BLUECUTT ESTATES: 2013 LEXUS GX460.
wood floors, tall ceil- 3BR/2BA, ch/a, double FALL SPECIAL 55,700 mi. Exc cond.
ings and access to a garage, chain link Black exterior, tan interi-
If interested go to shared laundry room. 1.95 acre lots.
fenced backyard, newly or. Sun roof, heated
NAFjobs.org to apply. $750 rent and $750 de- remodeled, $115,000. Good/bad credit. leather seats. New tires
posit. Utilities included. 662-352-4776. 10% down, as low as
$299/mo. Eaton Land. & brakes. $29,900.
Medical / Dental 3300 No pets please. Call 662-574-1697.
Peter, 662-574-1561. 662-361-7711
DENTAL ASSISTANT Houses For Rent: Starkville
position available: We DOWNTOWN APTS: 7170 Mobile Homes for Sale 8650
are looking for a motiv- Very nice 1BR & 2BR
ated, cheerful Dental apartments available. 2BR/1BA house w/ 2 NEW DOUBLEWIDE!
Assistant, experience Lease & deposit re- acres in county. 3 miles 32x74, 3BR/2BA, Cent-
required. Email resume: quired. Call 662-364- from Strk, 5 miles from ral A/C, Skirting, Deliv-
office@ 1610. MSU South Entrance, ery, Set-up & Tie down.
starkvillesmiles.com W/D, carport. SMALL This is a MUST SEE
Apts For Rent: West 7050 dogs ok w/ deposit. home!! Only $89,900.
Antiques 4060 Great for grad student 636-627-7973
FOR LEASE: 2BR/1BA, or professor. Non- 662-570-1375
CHRISTMAS OPEN Prairie Waters, smoking. $750/mo.
HOUSE $700/mo, $700 dep. Utilities not included. NEW SINGLEWIDE!
Magnolia Antique Mall Call 662-328-5556. 662-617-5601. 2019, 3BR/2BA, Cent-
Sat., Nov. 17, 2018 ral A/C. Skirting, Deliv-
10am-5pm Apts For Rent: Other 7080 ery, Set-up, & Tie down. Take down
302 Alabama St. Only $47,900.

Clothing 4330
636-627-7973
662-570-1375
that “for rent”
WOMEN DRESSES & NEW SINGLEWIDE: sign and get
women suits for sale, Big, 3BR/2BA, Central
sizes 12 & 14. $5.00
each. 662-889-6162.
A/C. Skirting, delivery,
set-up & tie down in-
fast results ACROSS
1 Police ID
Computer Equipment 4390
cluded. Only $37,900.
Columbus Home Center with an easy 6 Brother’s home
662-570-1375
APPLE IMAC, 2.0 GHz classified ad. 10 Ryan of “Paper
Core Duo computer. THE MARVEL Moon”
4BR/2BA, Central A/C.
Built-in monitor. 2GB 11 Crockett’s last
RAM, Keyboard, mouse,
printer incl. Great cond.
Skirting, delivery, set-up
& tie down incl.
Call today stand
$375. 205-246-8704. Only $51,900.
Columbus Home Center to place 12 Washington’s
Farm Equipment & Supplies 662-570-1375 successor
4420 THE PRIDE - 28x72,
your ad. 13 Hawkeye
4BR/2BA, Central A/C. 14 Ripped
2016 JOHN Deere
5100E Tractor, 210
hours. $46,500.
Skirting, delivery, set-up
& tie down included. 328-2424 15 “Don’t move!”
16 Hosp. sections
Only $59,900.
Also, 2016 15ft
Kubota Bush hog avail.
Columbus Home Center 17 Brief time
662-570-1375 Campers & RVs 9300
205-329-1790. 18 Roulette bet
HAY FOR Sale. Bermud-
Autos For Sale 9150 TOMBIGBEE RV Park, 19 Rootless people
agrass sq. Bales, $5, located on Wilkins Wise 22 Diva’s piece
1998 ACCORD Coup Rd & Waverly Rd. Full
5'x6' rolls, $50. Limed EXL, 4cyl, good AC & 23 Staff member
& fertilized per soil Hookups available.
tires. Runs great, driv- $300/mo. 662-328-
sample. 662-435-7889. en daily. $1,700. 662- 8655 or 662-574-7879.
26 Con artists 3 Letter start 27 Charged bit
312-9173. 29 Linking word 4 Toy store buy 28 Candy
Firewood / Fuel 4450
2000 CHEVY Silverado. 32 Morse E 5 High trains 29 Old English
FIREWOOD FOR Sale.
Various lengths.
662-295-2274
Extended Cab 5.3 V8
Auto. 190K. Michelin Penny 33 Cornfield cry
34 Sci-fi zapper
6 Drifting ice forest
7 Less refined 30 Ingenuous
pincher?
tires. Clean Truck.
$2495. 662-275-0343. 36 Job for Sherlock 8 Stun 31 Force units
Furniture 4480
Houses For Sale: Other 8500
37 Has a banquet 9 Muscularly fit 35 Nice guy
BEDROOM SET- Full size 38 Scoundrel 11 Hangar contents 36 Make do
sleigh bed, dresser with
mirror, chest, and night- 39 Bit of history 15 Clinic cost 38 Cloth scrap
stand for sale. $1,000. 40 Left on a liner 17 Hoagy Carmi-
Brand new mattress set
included. Cash only! 41 Egg holder chael song
662-570-4341. If no an- 42 Gift from parents 20 Pear-shaped fruit
swer, leave a msg.
21 Plop down
KITCHEN TABLE w/ 4 DOWN 24 Ten-sided figure
chairs. Will include 20- 1 Enjoyed the canal
piece table decor set.
$175. 205-246-8704.
Use and read 2 Neighbor of Spain
25 Sign of error

Garage Sales: Other 4560 classifieds
LARGE INDOOR
GARAGE SALE
and your
Sat, 11/10, 8am-12pm.
7379 Hwy 12 East, dollars will
Steens. RAIN OR SHINE
go further.
General Merchandise 4600
H & H Heavy Duty Blk
Toolbox. Fits 60"x17"
Five Questions:
truck bed, $400. DR
professional power leaf
pickup & mulcher,
$1200. Many Thanks-
1 Centrifugal
giving & Christmas ar-
rangements, $15-$50.
force
Call 662-327-5615.

Sporting Goods 4720 2 Ghee
ED SANDERS Gunsmith
Open for season! 9-5,
Tues-Fri & 9-12, Sat.
Over 50 years experi-
3 Egypt
ence! Repairs, cleaning,
refinishing, scopes
mounted & zeroed,
handmade knives.
4 O’Reilly,
Located: Hwy 45 Alt,
North of West Point,
Pierce,
turn right on Yokahama
Blvd, 8mi & turn left on
Houlihan
Darracott Rd, will see WHATZIT ANSWER
sign, 2.5mi ahead shop
on left. 662-494-6218. 5 Rum Log cabin