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Faver, Turner ramp up campaigns for judge runoff
Both candidates hope U.S. Senate runoff will help drive turnout count, Faver led the general
election field with 5,017 votes.
By Alex Holloway er had finished second in the meant holding off on campaign Turner, a Starkville attor-
aholloway@cdispatch.com five-candidate race for District decisions. ney, holds a 12-vote lead (4,797-
14, Place 1 chancery judge on “From the perspective of fi- 4,785) over Elizabeth Fox Aus-
For Lee Ann Turner, the bern, with only five total no I.D.
Nov. 6. She’s now in a runoff nal decisions, they couldn’t re-
wait to see if she would ad- affidavit ballots left to possibly
vance to a runoff in a tightly with first-place finisher Rod- ally be made until we knew who count by the end of today in
contested chancery judge race ney Faver, a Starkville Munic- was going to be in the runoff,” Chickasaw, Oktibbeha and
was “certainly not a fun pro- ipal Court judge, that will be Turner told The Dispatch. “No Faver Turner Webster counties.
cess.” decided Nov. 27. one wants to spend more money turnaround than it would if Gene Barton and Todd Ben-
It took a week for election While Faver’s comfortable if they’re no longer in the race. there was a longer timeframe, nett finished fourth and fifth,
commissioners in Oktibbe- margin after election night The delay, while unavoidable, such as with the general elec- with 2,757 and 741 votes, re-
ha, Webster and Chickasaw ensured his campaign’s direc- is something that could have tion.” spectively.
counties to determine Turn- tion, Turner said her week wait a bigger impact on the 21-day With Tuesday’s updated See Runoff, 3A

SOCSD invites parents to Thanksgiving Columbus
teen dies in
Clay County
wreck
‘Kind-hearted’ student
attended West Point
High School, Heritage
DISPATCH STAFF REPORT

A Columbus teenager and West
Point High School student has died
following a car accident in Clay
County Tuesday evening.
A Mississippi Highway Patrol
press release identified the victim
as 16-year-old Jonathan Dean Fon-
dren.
The accident occurred at about
5:30 p.m. Fondren was heading east
on Highway 50 near Pate Road. The
Mary Pollitz/Dispatch Staff gray 2005 Nissan he was driving
Henderson Ward Stewart Elementary cafeteria manager Prudie Shumpert and Brenda Thomas prepare desserts collided with a 2007 white Dodge
and rolls for Thanksgiving lunch Tuesday morning. HWS will serve 750 guests in addition to 1,200 students Nitro driven by Robert Fisher Jr.,
Wednesday morning and afternoon. 66, of West Point, who was head-
ing west, according to the press

More than 1,800 adult guests release. Fisher was taken to Baptist
Memorial Hospital-Golden Trian-
gle.

expected to eat with students today An MHP spokesperson did not
indicate which vehicle was in the
incorrect lane when the accident
BY MARY POLLITZ busiest meal of the year. Today, desserts. Cafeteria workers began occurred, citing the ongoing inves-
mpollitz@cdispatch.com more than 1,200 students will bring planning for the meal last month tigation, but did say authorities do
750 adult guests — mostly parents and have for the last two weeks as- not expect to file any charges.
Before students were served Before transferring to WPHS,
and grandparents — to share a sembled plates, all while tending to
their lunches on Tuesday, the Hen- Fondren attended school at Heri-
derson Ward Stewart cafeteria Thanksgiving meal in the cafeteria their normal daily duties of serving
of the campus for grades 2-4. breakfast and lunch to students. tage Academy for several years. A
staff was still busy putting the final Heritage spokesperson said he still
touches on today’s menu. Feeding them will take 320 “It’s been a joy, but it’s been
had many friends who attended the
The 12-person team stacked pounds of turkey, 1,100 rolls, 40 stressful,” cafeteria manager Prud-
school.
trays of pecan pies, hot dinner rolls, pounds of dressing, green beans, ie Shumpert said. “It’s going to be “Jonathan Fondren was a former
gravy and cranberry sauce for the corn, fruit cups and nearly 2,000 See Thanksgiving, 8A student and member of our soc-
cer team,” Heritage Headmaster
See Wreck, 3A

‘History in No Time’ Georgia author and mu-
sician Randolph Russell
closes his appearance
Georgia businessman pens book to combat fading history education at the Columbus Rotary
Club luncheon with a
saxophone rendition of
BY SLIM SMITH that if you didn’t like my talk you him to publish his own history “America the Beautiful”
ssmith@cdispatch.com might like it,” he quipped as he book. It is called “American His- Tuesday. Russell spoke
ended the program with a rendi- tory in No Time,” which covers to the Rotarians about
Randolph Russell did not tion of “America the Beautiful.” the broad sweep of American his- the importance of learn-
come to the Columbus Rotary For Russell, both music and tory from the pre-Columbia era ing American history. His
Club empty-handed Tuesday. history are occasional occupa- until the 2016 presidential elec- book, “American History
The Georgia businessman tions and full-time hobbies. tion (in his second edition, pub- in No Time” tells that
and musician brought with him history in an abbreviated
On Tuesday, he focused main- lished earlier this year). At just
form as a introduction to
two boxes of his self-published ly on the latter, sharing with 120 pages, it might just as easily the subject for kids and
book and a saxophone. the Rotarians the importance of have been titled “American His- a refresher for adults.
“I brought the saxophone so learning history and what drove See Russell, 3A Slim Smith/Dispatch Staff

Weather Five Questions Calendar Local Folks Public
1 The multi-use arena in Mitchell, South Da- Today through Monday, Nov. 19 meetings
kota, is decorated with murals made of what Nov. 15: Lowndes
■ OCC Collection Week: Drop off County Supervi-
agricultural product?
2 Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem made Operation Christmas Child boxes at the
sors, 9 a.m., Coun-
their debut as the house band on what TV Columbus Collection Center at the Troop
ty Courthouse
show? 3 Boy Scout Hut, 221 Second Ave. N.
Nov. 20: Colum-
3 Name two of the three Supreme Court (next to the farmers market) 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
justices appointed by Ronald Reagan. Nov. 14-16; 1-3 p.m. Nov. 17; 2-4 p.m. bus City Council,
Caden Nickelos
4 What international humanitarian organiza- Nov. 18; and 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Nov. 19. Visit 5 p.m. Municipal
Kindergarten, Caledonia
tion was founded in 1971 by French physi- samaritanspurse.org. Complex

38 Low 28
cians and journalists? Dec. 3: Lowndes
High 5 What women’s sport has five players on
Cloudy and cold
a side, divided into blockers, jammers and Today through Friday County supervi-
sors, 9 a.m., Coun-
pivots? ■ “The Addams Family”: Starkville
Full forecast on Answers, 8B ty Courthouse
page 2A. Community Theatre presents this musi-
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Inside on Main, 108 E. Main St., Starkville. $15 Municipal School
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Classifieds 7B Obituaries 4A
■ “Dracula”: Theatre MSU presents review meeting,
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Crossword 8B NATS 7A “Dracula” at 7:30 p.m. at McComas The- Dana Stone and her daughter, Ri- 11:30 a.m., Mc-
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Wednesday
Did you hear?
State, coroner blame each other
on Mississippi autopsy delay
Coroners and prosecutors say the

Scene&Seen
short-staffed medical examiner’s office ‘HAMMER TO THE MANOR’
A watch party for the HGTV’s pilot premiere of “Hammer to the Man-

is slow to complete autopsy reports or” was held Sunday in Starkville’s Fire Station Park. The home reno-
vation show featured Starkville’s Austin Shafer and his sister Amanda
Shafer Kelley. Photos by Laura Daniels/Special to The Dispatch
The Associated Press ney Eric Brown replied on
Nov. 1 that Lincoln County
BROOKHAVEN — A Coroner Clay McMorris
Mississippi coroner and and Deputy Coroner Rob-
the state’s crime lab are ert Tyler didn’t immediate-
blaming each other for de- ly send records needed to
lays in completing an au- complete the report, and
topsy report in a year-old asked the judge not to re-
murder case. quire Davis to appear.
The Daily Leader of “I would prefer the only
Brookhaven reports that two medical examiners
Lincoln County Circuit in the state remain at the
Judge Mike Taylor last office to continue to work
month ordered state med-
through their cases, espe-
ical examiner Dr. J. Brent
cially when they are asked
Davis to appear in court
to provide final autopsy
to explain why a final re-
reports while missing in-
port hasn’t been complet-
formation requested from
ed in the November 2017
coroners and deputy cor-
shooting death of Billy Ray
Thomas Jr. at a Brookhav- oners nearly a year ago,”
en nightclub. Brown said in an email to
Thomas was killed and The Daily Leader.
six others wounded in the Brown wrote in court
shooting. Justin Devon An- papers that Davis request-
derson faces first-degree ed the documents around
murder and aggravated the time of his Nov. 28,
assault charges. 2017, examination of
Coroners and prosecu- Thomas’ body but did not
tors across the state have receive the paperwork un-
complained that the short- til Oct. 30 of this year.
staffed medical examiner’s “The pertinent med- Kenzie Bloom, Tina Belcher and Bridget Fish
office is slow to complete ical records of Billy Ray
autopsy reports. Many Thomas Jr. have been re-
prosecutors don’t want to ceived, and a final report
indict or try a suspect with- will be generated once all
out a finalized autopsy. documents have been re-
Mississippi Depart- viewed, considered, and
ment of Public Safety attor- studied,” Brown wrote.

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Democrats eye US Senate seat in Republican-led Mississippi
‘Finishing literally in a dead heat with her helped some people succeed longtime Sen. Thad
Cochran, who retired amid
supporting Hyde-Smith. He
said Tuesday that she is a reli-
understand Mike Espy really does have a shot’ health concerns in April. The
winner of the Nov. 27 runoff
able vote for President Donald
Trump and Espy would not be.
Democratic consultant Joe Trippi will serve the final two years Barbour said it’s import-
By EMILY WAGSTER PET TUS video that surfaced Sunday of Hyde-Smith with the comment of the six-year term Cochran ant for Hyde-Smith to pick up
and THOMAS BEAUMONT her praising a supporter at a “incredible” and a request for started. votes from people who sup-
The Associated Press Hyde-Smith and Espy each ported Chris McDaniel, a tea
Nov. 2 campaign event in Tupe- people to donate to Espy.
received about 41 percent in a party-backed Republican state
lo by saying: “If he invited me Trippi, who is working for
JACKSON — National Dem- four-person race Nov. 6 to ad- lawmaker who received about
to a public hanging, I’d be on Espy, has been on several
ocrats are focusing on Missis- vance to the runoff. 16 percent and placed third last
sippi’s U.S. Senate runoff, a the front row.” high-profile campaigns, in- “Finishing literally in a dead week.
year after winning a longshot Mississippi has a history of cluding Jones’ in 2017. He told heat with her helped some peo- “Most of the McDaniel
contest in another Deep South racially motivated lynchings. The Associated Press on Tues- ple understand Mike Espy re- people thought McDaniel was
state dominated by Republi- Hyde-Smith is white and Espy day that Hyde-Smith’s verbal ally does have a shot,” Trippi more conservative than Cindy
cans. is black. gaffe shows she is a weak can- said. Hyde-Smith and they see what
Democrat Doug Jones de- Hyde-Smith said the hang- didate. The two candidates will Doug Jones has done in Ala-
feated Roy Moore in Alabama ing phrase was “an exagger- “She just doesn’t seem to be hold their only debate of the bama and they have no reason
last December after Moore ated expression of regard” for ready for prime time,” Trippi campaign season Nov. 20, de- to believe that this wouldn’t be
was hit by accusations of sexu- the person who invited her to said. bate sponsors said Tuesday. the exact result in Mississip-
al misconduct. speak. She also said it is “ridic- Hyde-Smith was in her sec- Former Mississippi Gov. pi if we elected a Democrat,”
Now in Mississippi, Mike ulous” to think the phrase has ond term as Mississippi agri- Haley Barbour, who led the Barbour told AP. “I think those
Espy is challenging Republi- a negative connotation. culture commissioner when Republican National Commit- people will vote and when they
can Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith. Democratic consultant Joe Republican Gov. Phil Bryant tee in the mid-1990s, is rais- vote, they will vote for Cindy
She faces sharp criticism for a Trippi retweeted the video of appointed her to temporarily ing money for a super PAC Hyde-Smith.”

Around the state
Judge tries to speed Cory Godbolt. Strong she intends to ask former police officer in younger than 16 some- the police department
Godbolt is accused of that the trial be moved. Mississippi accused of time in 2009. and hired by the Tunica
up trial for man killing a Lincoln Coun- Prosecutors earlier filed inappropriately touching WREG-TV reports County sheriff’s office
accused of killing 8 ty sheriff’s deputy, his a motion for a psychiatric children has been indict- Avant surrendered to au- weeks later. Tunica Coun-
BROOKHAVEN — A mother-in-law and six examination to determine ed on fondling charges. thorities Friday night. A ty officials didn’t immedi-
judge wants to speed up others at three separate if Godbolt is competent to Tate County sheriff’s letter by a self-described ately respond to a request
a trial for a man accused houses in May 2017. stand trial. Steiner could deputies say former Sena- “concerned parent” to for comment Tuesday.
of killing eight people in He has pleaded not file a separate motion. tobia officer Arthur Avant Senatobia aldermen ac-
south Mississippi. guilty to capital mur- Prosecutors seek the remains jailed Tuesday. cused Avant of inappro-
Local news outlets re- der, murder, attempted death penalty. It’s unclear if bail has priate contact with under-
port Lincoln County Cir- murder, kidnapping and been set or if he has a age girls.
cuit Judge David Strong armed robbery. Godbolt lawyer. He’s accused of using
on Tuesday set a Feb. 22 is jailed without bail. Ex-officer indicted on An indictment re- his position as a drug
hearing to decide pre- State public defend- fondling charge turned last month says education officer to gain
trial motions for Willie er Alison Steiner tells SENATOBIA — A Avant fondled a child trust. Avant was fired by

Runoff
Continued from Page 1A

Runoff campaign I’m just trying to explain will be the better candi- than general elections. are voting to make an edu-
Faver has already been to people why I’m running date,” Turner said. “It’s “Come back out and cated choice.”
out on the campaign trail and why I feel the experi- too important a position vote and be heard, so that Ausbern did not re-
trying to drum up votes ence and qualities I bring to vote just because you the majority of the voters spond to calls for com-
for the runoff. make me the best candi- know a name. Especially can be heard on which ment by press time.
With a week of uncer- date for the position.” if they supported some- candidate they want to
tainty as to who he was Turner said the close one else, they might not have the privilege to hold
running against, howev- finish between Ausbern have looked into the other this office,” Faver said.
er, he’s focused on sell- and herself speaks to Aus- candidates yet.” Turner hopes the U.S.
ing himself rather than bern’s quality as a candi- Faver and Turner said Senate runoff between
trying to pull votes from date. She added she is they believe the smaller Cindy Hyde-Smith and
supporters of defeated focusing on drawing Aus- field will help make the Mike Espy should help
candidates. bern’s, Barton’s and Ben- differences between the draw people back.
“I’m talking to every- nett’s voters to her camp. two candidates easier for “They have the big
body,” he said. “I’m not “While they have ev- voters to see. money to spend to remind
focusing on other can- ery right, and it’s justified But even then, the people to go out and vote
didates. I’m focusing on to be disappointed if their bigger challenge may be on Nov. 27,” she said.
my qualifications. I’m not candidate didn’t make it, I getting voters back to the “They’ll get people to the
speaking negatively of think it’s more important polls on Nov. 27 — since polls. It’s up to us to make
any other candidate -- nev- to decide which of the two runoffs historically gar- sure people know the im-
er have, never going to. candidates (in the runoff) ner much lower turnout portance of our race and

Russell
Continued from Page 1A
tory for Dummies.” Russell is disturbed at and easily? That’s what member or things that
It wouldn’t be an inac- that lack of knowledge. was missing — a short maybe you didn’t have
curate title. “To me, it’s proof that overview of our history quite right and, hopefully,
“We’ve all seen those our connection to our his- where they can learn the some things that you nev-
man-on-the-street inter- tory is fading,” he said. basics.” er knew. History is a sto-
views on the late night “We’re losing our collec- Although children will ry and everybody likes a
shows,” Russell said. tive national memory. benefit, the book is not good story. So that’s what
“Someone is asked the We’re not keeping faith written specifically for I’ve tried to do here.”
names of Christopher Co- with our Founding Fa- children, Russell said. For more information
lumbus’ three ships and thers. Patrick Henry said, “For adults, it’s a re- on the book, visit www.
he answers, ‘The Nina, ‘I know of no way of judg-
fresher,” he said. “You’ll A mericanHistor yInNo -
the Pina Colada and the ing the future but by the
find things you didn’t re- Time.com
Santa Margarita.’ It’s fun- past.’ I agree with that.”
ny. What’s not funny is Russell believes the
what we see in the data. way history is taught is
Just 12 percent of high much of the problem.
school seniors tested as “High school history
proficient in history, even books are 700 pages. In
lower than math or sci- college, they can be more
ence, which has gotten a than 1,000 pages. These
lot of attention, deserved- books aren’t cheap,” he
ly so. said. “Students don’t want
“There was also a sur- to read them and it’s pret-
vey of seniors at 50 Amer- ty clear that little is re-
ican colleges, a group that tained when they do. Sev-
included Harvard and eral years ago, I realized
Yale,” he added. “In that my own children didn’t
survey, the average score know many things I as-
was an F. In a Freedom sumed they had learned
Foundation, only one in in school. That’s what got
1,000 adults could name me thinking about the
the five freedoms listed in book. Can this informa-
the First Amendment.” tion be learned quickly

Wreck
Continued from Page 1A
Greg Carlyle said in a released statement. “He was a
kind-hearted young man who has many friends at our
school. We began our day with a prayer service for him
and had ministers and counselors available for our stu-
dents and staff. Our thoughts and prayers are with Jon-
athan’s family and friends.”
WPHS officials did not return a call from The Dis-
patch by press time.
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if marijuana can cut seizures
‘These kids are very, very sick. They’re not currently very sick,” he said.
They’re not currently re-
responding to what’s on the market to help.’ sponding to what’s on the
market to help.”
Dr. Brad Ingram
He said preliminary
By JEFF AMY that don’t respond well to concentration of THC, the results are encouraging,
The Associated Press current medicines. That psychotropic element that but it’s too early to draw
means children may not causes marijuana users to any conclusions, especial-
JACKSON — A study be able to sleep, walk, or get high. The marijuana is ly because of the small
of whether ingredients do other daily tasks. processed in Oxford and size of the study. Ingram
extracted from marijua- The medical center shipped to Jackson, where said that if the study is
na can reduce seizures in a pharmacist adds it to promising, he will seek to
had to win approval from
children is moving ahead sesame oil for patients to widen the number of par-
the FDA and DEA before
in Mississippi. take orally or through a ticipants.
it could move ahead, and
The University of Mis- feeding tube. Ashley Durval lobbied
get the National Insti-
sissippi Medical Center Ingram says the study on behalf of her daugh-
tutes of Health to agree to
announced last week that aims to find out whether ter, Harper Grace, for the
give the marijuana to the
the six-month trial began cannabidiol is safe, has bill to be passed. Durval,
study. That’s because the
early last month, after harmful interactions with however, said her daugh-
years of bureaucratic ob- marijuana grown at a Uni-
versity of Mississippi cen- other drugs and helps pa- ter isn’t a part of the study
stacles. tients. because there are other
The state Legislature ter in Oxford is actually
owned by the federal gov- “These kids are very, children who are sicker.
carved out a narrow ex-
ernment. Ingram said the

Robert D. McRae
ception in state law for-
bidding marijuana pos- medical center also had to
session to allow the study get its research methods
in 2014, but it had been approved internally at the
university. Robert Douglas McRae, age
stalled for more than four
“Giving children a mar- 83, of Columbus, MS, passed
years awaiting federal ap-
proval. While scientific ijuana-containing com- away Sunday, November 11,
papers have been written pound took some work,” 2018, at Sanctuary Hospice
about the compound, can- he said, noting that drug House, Tupelo, MS.
nabidiol, Dr. Brad Ingram research typically starts A visitation will be held on
said this is the first rigor- with adults and not chil- Thursday, November 15, 2018,
ous controlled study. dren. from 6:00 - 8:00 PM at Lown-
Ingram told The Asso- The extract, which is des Funeral Home, Columbus,
ciated Press that 10 chil- legally a controlled sub- MS and on Friday, November
dren and teens between stance, is prepared from a 16, 2018, from 12:00 - 1:00 PM
8 and 19 are taking part special type of marijuana at Calvary Baptist Church, Columbus, MS. The
in the study. All have se- that has a high concentra- funeral service will be held on Friday, November
vere forms of epilepsy tion of a compound called 16, 2018, at 1:00 PM at Calvary Baptist Church,
and uncontrolled seizures cannabidiol. There’s a low with Bro. Ralph Windle officiating. Chad Kings-
bury will be sharing some words of remem-
brance. Interment with military honors will be at
Lone Oak Cemetery, Steens, MS, with Lowndes
Funeral Home directing.
Mr. McRae was born on April 19, 1935, in
Juul halts store sales Rockingham, NC, to the late Oscar Henry and
Beulah Harris McRae. He retired from the Unit-

of some flavored e-cigarettes ed States Air Force after serving as a TSgt for
21 years in ground radio communications. Prior
to serving in the USAF, he served years in the
By MIKE STOBBE our mission.” U.S. Marine Corps. He also retired from the U.S.
AP Medical Writer E-cigarettes are bat- Postal Service, where he worked over 25 years as
tery-powered devices that a postal clerk.
NEW YORK — The na- turn liquid often contain-
tion’s leading e-cigarette Mr. McRae was a devoted husband and father.
ing nicotine into an inhal-
maker is halting store He loved his family and country. He was a strong
able vapor.
sales of some flavors to and courageous man with a humble spirit who
deter use by kids. was loved for his kindness and his appreciation
The move by Juul Labs for the simple things in life. He was a selfless,
Inc. comes ahead of an ex- loving person who never spoke badly of anyone.
pected U.S. government He had an infectious laugh that was loved by all.
crackdown on underage He was a soldier in every way, and what a great
sales of flavored e-ciga- honor for God to call him home on Veterans Day.
rettes. In addition to his parents, Mr. McRae was pre-
Juul said it stopped fill- ceded in death by his wife, Margie Leona Mason
ing store orders Tuesday McRae; his sisters, Mary Dunn, Grace Hogge,
for mango, fruit, creme Martha (Mot) Barron, Nellie Dunn and Doro-
and cucumber pods and thy Morgan; and his brothers, Bill McRae, Leon
will resume sales only to McRae and Farrell McRae.
retailers that scan IDs He is survived by his daughters, Melissa
and take other steps to Mildred Swartz McRae of Columbus, MS, Robbie Sprouse of Co-
verify a buyer is at least Visitation: lumbus, MS and Tammy (Jody) Baker of Colum-
21. It said it will continue Friday, Nov. 16 • 9-9:45 AM
Memorial Gunter Peel bus, MS; sons, Jeff (Stacy) McRae of Columbus,
to sell menthol and mint at Funeral Home MS, Greg (Amy) McRae of Vernon, AL and Mark
stores, and sell all flavors 2nd Ave. North Location
Graveside Services:
McRae of Rockingham, NC; grandchildren,
through its website. Friday, Nov. 16 • 10 AM Monica Montgomery, Justin (Terri) Everhart,
The company also said Friendship Cemetery Nathan (Emily) Sprouse, Savannah Baker, An-
it would close its Facebook drew McRae, Shaun McRae and Connor McRae;
and Instagram social me- Dot Corbell three great-grandchildren; and a host of nieces
dia accounts, and pledged Visitation:
Friday, Nov. 16 • 9:30-11 AM
and nephews.
other steps to make it Pallbearers will be Justin Everhart, Nathan
New Prospect Baptist Church
clear that it doesn’t want Services: Sprouse, Shaun McRae, Bill Mason, Rufus Ma-
kids using its e-cigarettes. Friday, Nov. 16 • 11 AM
New Prospect Baptist Church son and Allan Wheeler. Honorary pallbearers
Its products are meant Burial will be Andrew McRae, Connor McRae and
to help adult smokers quit New Prospect Baptist
regular cigarettes, CEO Church Cemetery
James Stewart.
Kevin Burns said in a Memorial Gunter Peel The family extends their deepest gratitude
statement.
Funeral Home to the Sanctuary Hospice House staff, Halcyon
2nd Ave. North Location Hospice of Batesville, MS and to our family and
“We don’t want any-
one who doesn’t smoke, friends for their loving care and support.
or already use nicotine, Memorials may be made to Alzheimer’s Asso-
to use Juul products,” ciation, Mississippi Chapter, 855 S. Pear Orchard
Burns said. “We certainly Road, Ridgeland, MS 39157.
memorialgunterpeel.com Compliments of
don’t want youth using the
product. It is bad for pub- Lowndes Funeral Home
lic health and it is bad for www.lowndesfuneralhome.net
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Acclaimed organist to perform
Fitzner concert Sunday
Columbus event is free IF YOU GO:
WHO: St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
to the public WHAT: Martha Claire Kennedy Fitzner
Concert Series featuring Joby Bell
SPECIAL TO THE DISPATCH
WHERE: St. Paul’s, 318 College St.,
Columbus
WHEN: 4:30 p.m.

T
he Martha Claire Kenne- ADMISSION: Free
dy Fitzner Concert Series
returns Sunday to St. Paul’s
Episcopal Church in Columbus The 17-rank organ was installed
with a performance by award-win- in 1953 to replace the Pilcher or-
ning organist Joby Bell of St. gan of 1885. With additions in 2007
Luke’s Episcopal Church in Boone, and 2014, the impressive instru-
North Carolina. The 4:30 p.m. ment features over 2,000 pipes and
concert is free, and all are invited 19 ranks of digital stops, making it
to the historic church located at the equivalent of a 36-rank organ.
318 College St. The concert series honors the
This year’s program will feature memory of longtime active St.
works from Herbert Howells, Jo- Paul’s member Martha Claire
hann Sebastian Bach, Daniel Gaw- Fitzner, who died in 2015. In ad-
throp and Charles-Marie Widor. dition to her many leadership and
“Toccata,” a work by St. Paul’s own Courtesy photo service contributions to the church
organist, Len Bobo, will add festive Joby Bell, organist for St. Luke’s and St. Paul’s Episcopal School,
energy to the event. Episcopal Church in Boone, North Fitzner impacted the lives of chil-
Carolina, will be featured in the dren and families throughout the
“‘Toccata’ threatens to put the
Martha Claire Kennedy Fitzner community as a beloved teacher at
organist in traction afterward,” Concert at 4:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov.
Bell explained of the physically Heritage Academy for nearly two
18, at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
demanding piece. “The piece in Columbus. decades.
has a perpetuum mobile motive “All the children loved her,” said
throughout, a festive recurring call dral. Bell has garnered numerous the Very Rev. Anne Harris, rector
of sorts, while brimming with soar- awards in national competitions of St. Paul’s. “Martha Claire’s light
ing, joyful melodic fragments.” and from the American Guild of was a gift to all of us.”
Bell, who serves on the faculty Organists. Harris continued, “This concert
of the Hayes School of Music at Bell will play St. Paul’s Aeolian series shares the wonderful gift of
Appalachian State University, has Skinner pipe organ, which offers music with the community,” Harris
performed a number of Bobo’s magnificent variety, “from the continued. “It’s a beautiful gift, and
compositions and premiered his softest tones to the magnificent we invite everyone to come and
“Appalachian Prelude” in the trompette en chamade above the listen to this gorgeous music in
Washington (D.C.) National Cathe- center aisle,” Bobo said. this gorgeous location.”

Forecasters: South is in for wintry mix this week
Snow, sleet and freezing rain lighter snow, sleet and
freezing rain.
Mississippi Transporta-
tion Commissioner Mike
are likely Wednesday and Thursday Snow flurries on Tues-
day were reported in
Tagert saying Tuesday
that crews in that state
The Associated Press er Service says accumu- northern Louisiana. were readying plows and
lating snow is likeliest Forecasters are warn- salt spreaders.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — in northeast Arkansas, ing drivers to use caution, Forecasters say mois-
Forecasters are warn- southeastern Missouri, saying roads may be slip- ture from the Gulf of
ing that snow, sleet and northwest Tennessee, pery and visibility may be Mexico is interacting
freezing rain are likely western and central Ken- poor. with colder air during
Wednesday and Thursday tucky and southern Illi- Officials say they’re the year’s first cold snap
across parts of the South. nois and Indiana. Farther preparing to clear icy across much of the re-
The National Weath- south, forecasters expect roads and bridges, with gion.
Opinion
6A Wednesday, November 14, 2018
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ZACK PLAIR, Managing Editor
BETH PROFFITT Advertising Director
MICHAEL FLOYD Circulation/Production Manager
MARY ANN HARDY Controller

Our View

MSU’s Veterans Day ceremony rightly recognizes Montgomery
On Saturday, Mississippi represented Mississippi’s without pay. guaranties and education pro- tution and the veteran center
State will honor veterans Third Congressional District But in some respects, his grams continue to work for our that bears his name continues
during its final home football for 30 years in the U.S. House enduring contribution to the newest generation of combat to be a valuable resource for
game, a tribute that the univer- of Representatives. military came through his Veterans. veteran students.
sity observes each November. Montgomery’s commitment service in Congress, where he Montgomery died in 2006 Saturday’s program is
There will be an Air Force to the military started when he was an unflinching advocate and since that time, his alma intended to honor the service
fly-over and the MSU band will left his home state shortly af- for the military. It was in that mater has taken steps to pre- of all veterans, but in taking
perform a salute to the mili- ter earning his degree at MSU role that Montgomery made a serve his memory. A statue of time to remember and appre-
tary at halftime. for the U.S. Army and World contribution that continues to Montgomery is located on the ciate Montgomery’s special
But this year, there will be a War II, where he fought in affect the lives of our veterans Drill Filed while the universi- contributions, the university
new wrinkle to pay homage to Europe with distinction, being to this day. ty’s veteran center bears his understands its connection to
a special veteran. awarded a Bronze Star, Legion In 1984, Montgomery name. Montgomery’s unique service.
When the Bulldogs take of Merit and Combat Infantry authored a revamped GI Bill, But perhaps the best tribute Montgomery is more than a
the field Saturday, they will be Badge. which has been known as the to Montgomery’s legacy is the statue or a name on a building.
wearing a special uniform de- He also served in active “Montgomery GI Bill” ever university’s commitment to His contributions continue
signed to pay homage to 1943 duty in Korea as a member of since. The legislation assured providing veterans educational to improve the lives of our
MSU graduate G.V. “Sonny the Mississippi National Guard that the legacy of the origi- opportunities. The university service men and women.
Montgomery,” a distinguished and remained in the National nal GI Bill, passed in 1944, is regularly recognized as Saturday’s tribute is a fitting
World War II veteran who Guard for 35 years, much of it would live on as VA home loan being a “veteran friendly” insti- reminder of that.

Letter to the editor
Voice of the people
A poll worker’s thoughts
I have worked at the polls for
a number of years and have both
pleasant and unpleasant experienc-
es. For the public’s information,
the poll workers are required to be
at the poll before 6 a.m. and don’t
leave until all the voting machines
are downloaded and poll tallies are
completed, after the polls close at
7 p.m. This procedure takes up to
two hours or more. The results are
then carried to the courthouse by
the poll manager, where the absen-
tee and affiliated ballots are logged
in and verified and the memory
cards are downloaded and paper
work is checked.
During the voting process, iden-
tification is verified and checked
against the poll roster, the voter
signs the roster and a voters card is
given to the voter. If an individual’s
name is not on the printed rolls, a
call is made to the clerk’s office,
where the name is checked against
the master roll. As poll workers
we only do what the clerk’s office
directs us to do. We don’t get paid
enough to be threatened by saying,
”I’ll call the Secretary of State,”
if a voter who is not on the rolls
isn’t allowed to vote. And I know
about provisional ballots and their
purpose.
There is a shortage of workers
at the polls and to complain about
poll operation, long lines and the
wait to vote, maybe you should toss
your hat into the ring and volunteer
for poll duty. The complaints come
from a select few, because on more
than one occasion, I have heard a
hearty thank you. That makes our
day, because we don’t work for the
pay.
I’ll close with a final thought:
A little kindness and patience and
respect for our fellow citizens will
go a long way, whether you are a
voter or poll worker.
Remember go vote and God
Bless America.
Lee Roy Lollar, Jr.
Columbus

State of the nation

‘Enough’ was a long time ago
Maybe this is games to mental ill- where they’ve printed up need saying? — is not boring. where mass shootings happen
futile. After all, ness to the inability T-shirts declaring themselves That night alone, in that place often enough that some people
there’s little point to get a date. “Strong” after bullets shat- alone, life was flirting and experience more than one. Yet
in talking back to a As it happens, tered the peace. fellowship and dance, raucous we are told that what we should
deranged person, this shooter, in a Some of us will find the laughter and quiet forgiveness, fear is a caravan of migrants
especially if he is post left on a so- motive the Thousand Oaks the clinking of glasses and walking through Mexico?
dead. cial-media platform shooter offered for his actions making of plans, arguments No. What we should fear
Both descrip- in the middle of his difficult to process. Small about sports and politics, peo- is the arrogant disregard
tions fit the man killing spree, has wonder. This is nihilism too ple being there for one another, that will allow yet another
who took his own already given us monstrous to be believed. This there with one another, in tiny massacre to pass without any
life after opening the reason he did is anti-life. joys, little pleasures and rituals legislative action to take guns
fire in a bar in it. “Fact is, I had no Meaning not just the biolog- small and not so small. from those who should not
Thousand Oaks, Leonard Pitts reason to do it,” he ical processes that cease when This shooter, like every have them.
California, last wrote, “and I just a bullet tears through heart shooter, killed whole universes Sunday night, the L.A. Lak-
week, killing 12 people, among thought, f— it, life is boring, so and mind, but also all the tiny of meaning and possibility. ers and Atlanta Hawks took to
them Ventura CountySheriff’s why not?” joys, the little pleasures, the In arrogant disregard of its the court wearing T-shirts that
Sgt. Ron Helus, the “good guy So the reason is, there was small and not-so-small ritu- own bloody truths, America said “Enough.” But “enough”
with a gun” who the NRA has no reason. The reason is, why als, that give those processes gives the power to do that was a long time ago. We wait
always assured us would be not? meaning. The nihilist holds to virtually every adult. And in carnage for our “leaders”
our protection from random And for all the pontifical that nothing means anything. that power has been used so to recognize this. We wait for
slaughter. certainty of TV talking heads That’s why he — almost always frequently that many of those sanity. We wait for ceasefire.
Now the hunt for a motive is and newspaper pundits, that’s “he” — can gaze upon people in the Thousand Oaks killing We wait.
underway, an all-too-familiar probably the explanation that in a bar, at the movies, going field turned out to be survi- And whole universes die
routine that never seems to comes closest to the truth. Not to class, enjoying a concert, vors of another killing field, while we do.
make madness make sense. just for Thousand Oaks, but worshipping God and see only the 2017 mass shooting in Las Leonard Pitts Jr., winner
Yet we keep trying. Over the also for Littleton, Las Vegas, targets. Vegas. One of the Vegas sur- of the 2004 Pulitzer Prize for
years, we’ve pinned these Parkland, Orlando, Aurora, “Life is boring,” the shooter vivors, Telemachus Orfanos, commentary, is a columnist for
shootings on everything from Annapolis, Tucson, Sutherland wrote, “so why not?” died. the Miami Herald. Email him
bullying to Batman to video Springs, for all the places But life — does this really So we are now a nation at lpitts@miamiherald.com.
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News About Town
SCHOOL NOTES Program, 109 Lawrence Drive,
Columbus, offers tutoring for
n FREE LIFE SKILLS
CLASSES
Women meets the second
Tuesday of each month. Buffet
n ADULT EDUCATION grades K-5 from 3-4:30 p.m. Life skills classes by the Fam- line opens at 11:15 a.m., with
CLASSES Mondays and Wednesdays or ily Resource Center of North- call to order at noon.
Emerson Family Center, 1504 Tuesday and Thursdays. No east Mississippi are available n GT QUILTERS GUILD
Louisville St., Starkville, offers charge, but commitment is for qualifying participants on The Golden Triangle Quilters
adult education classes from required. Teacher, parent refer- site at your agency or entity. Guild meets at 5:30 p.m. every
8 a.m.-7 p.m. Nov. 15 and 27; rals accepted. For information, Classes include positive par- third Thursday at the Starkville
8 a.m.-5 p.m Nov. 14, 26 and call 662-244-8444. enting, conflict resolution, life Sportsplex Activities Building.
28; and 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Nov. n TUTOR VOLUNTEERS skills, soft skills and healthy ■ DULCIMER PLAYERS
16, 28 and 30. Call 662-324- Hearts After School Tutoring relationship skills. For informa- Friendly City Strummers meet
4155. Program is seeking volunteer tion, call 662-251-1861.
 twice monthly to practice and
n ONLINE CLASSES tutors for its K-5 after school teach others to play dulcimers.
Family Resource Center, Co-
lumbus campus, 1575 Second
tutoring program from 2:30-5
p.m. Monday-Thursday. Volun- Health Notes Join for $10/year for the whole
family. Dulcimers available to
Ave. N., offers free online teer one to four days a week. n INTEREST MEETING borrow. Contact David Saum,
classes to earn diplomas. For For information, call 662-244- North Mississippi Medical
662-386-6836 or DrSaum@
information, call 662-368- 8444. Center-West Point hosts an
cableone.net, or the Switzers,
3603. n EFFECTIVE PARENTING interest meeting at noon Nov.
662-312-6025.
Family Resource Center, Co- 28 in the Education Center for
■ BREAKFAST WITH THE
OTHER EVENTS lumbus campus, 1575 Second
Ave. N., offers free effective
ministers who wish to learn
more about serving as a volun- BULLDOGS
MSU alumni, friends are
n COMMUNITY CLEANUP parenting classes, with insight teer chaplain. To register or for
more information, call Sherry invited to Breakfast with the
Mississippi Tobacco Free on child safety, appropriate
Acker, 662-495-2194. Bulldogs on second Thursdays
hosts a Lowndes County Great discipline, effective communi- each month at Starkville Café.
American Smokeout Communi- cation and more. For informa- n CANCER SUPPORT Dutch treat breakfast is 7:30
ty Cleanup from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. tion, call 662-368-3603. Baptist Cancer Center hosts a.m. Contact Carol Moss Read
Nov. 15; come to the Lowndes a support group for cancer
n TENN-TOM WATERWAY at carolmoss@bellsouth.net or
County Health Department, MUSEUM survivors and their families, 662-312-0637.
801 N. Lehmberg Road, The Tennessee-Tombigbee noon-1 p.m. the third Friday of
Columbus. Free education/ every month. The next meeting n TOPS
Waterway Transportation Take Off Pounds Sensibly
resources to help quit smok- Museum, 318 Seventh St. N., is Nov. 16. Lunch provided. For
ing, plus free hamburgers, information and location, call No. 288 meets Tuesdays at
Columbus, is open for tours Community Baptist Church,
hot dogs. 662-251-7176 for Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-2 p.m. 662-244-2923.
information. Yorkville Road East, Columbus.
School field trips, civic clubs,
n FALL CLOTHES DRIVE
The Starkville Oktibbeha
church groups encouraged.
For group tours, call 662-328-
CLUBS Weigh-in begins at 5:30 p.m.
Contact Pat Harris, 662-386-
n POSSUM TOWN 0249.
Consolidated School District 8936 or 662-574-5794.
hosts its Annual Fall Clothes TOASTMASTERS n TOPS
n ENVIRONMENTAL Possum Town Toastmasters Take Off Pounds Sensibly No.
Drive through Nov. 30. Sizes MEETING
infant to adult XXL needed. meet every Friday at 7 a.m. at 270 meets Thursdays at 4370
Memphis Town Community the Church of Christ, Co- Cal-Kolola Road, Caledonia.
Drop-off is at any of the Action Group meets fourth
SOCSD elementary or middle lumbus. To become a better Weigh-in begins at 5-5:30 p.m.
Tuesdays at 6 p.m. to discuss communicator and leader, call Contact Michelle Holliman,
schools. For more information, issues related to the Kerr-Mc-
call Marchelle Brain, 662-518- 662-549-3483. 662-386-3650.
Gee site. For information, n SENIOR CRAFTS
1839. contact Leon Hines, 662-574- n POSSUM TOWN QUILTERS
Possum Town Quilters meet Senior Crafts meets at the
n CAREGIVER APPRECIA- 6109. Starkville Sportsplex Tuesdays,
TION n R. E. HUNT MUSEUM at 9:30 a.m. the second and
fourth Saturdays of each 10-11:30 a.m. Crafts provided
The ladies of Alpha Kappa R. E. Hunt Museum and
month at the Rosenzweig Arts by the parks department. For
Alpha Sorority Inc. Upsilon Pi Cultural Center, 924 20th St.
Center (lower level), 501 Main information, call Lisa Cox, 662-
Omega Chapter host a Care- N., invites the public to tour
St., Columbus. Check us out at 323-2294.
giver Appreciation Celebration the center, 1-5 p.m. every
from 10 a.m.-noon Nov. 17 at Tuesday-Thursday. For group possumtownquilters.blogspot. n QUILTING CLUB
the Emerson Family Center, tours, call 662-327-6324 or com. Quilting Club meets in the
1504 Louisville St., Starkville. 662-327-8986. n EAST LIONS CLUB activities room adjacent to the
Light refreshments, door The Columbus East Lions multi-purpose facility at the
n DIVORCECARE Starkville Sportsplex Thurs-
prizes, games available. For DivorceCare meets on Tuesday Club meets every second and
more information, call 662- fourth Monday of the month days 10 a.m.-noon. Bring your
evenings at Connections,
324-4155. at 65 Airline Road. For more own project to work on. For
101 E. Lampkin in Starkville.
information, call 662-251-1415 information, call Lisa Cox, 662-
n PUBLIC HEARINGS Don’t go through separation
323-2294.
Lowndes County Recreation or divorce alone. Call Jake Ad- or 662-574-7552.
Department will hold public ams-Wilson at 662-323-5722 n HOST LIONS CLUB n AARP
hearings at 6 p.m. Nov. 20 at or Jake@first-umc.org for more The Columbus Host Lions Club AARP meets the first Wednes-
New Hope Community Center, information. meets every Friday at noon day of each month at 10 a.m.
381 Stadium Road, and 6 p.m. at EMCC Lion Hills Center for in the Community Room of
n WRITERS’ GUILD Regions Bank, Main Street, Co-
Nov. 27 at the Trotter Conven- Golden Triangle Writers Guild a buffet lunch and business
tion Center (downstairs), to gathering. For more informa- lumbus. Programs are geared
meets the second Saturday
discuss priorities/amenities tion, call John Michael, 601- to the needs and interests of
of each month at Bryan Public
for construction of a sports 955-2176. seniors 50 and up. For more
Library in West Point. For
complex. For more information, information, call 662-889-
information, contact Claire n LOWNDES REPUBLICAN 9496.
call Roger Short, 662-251- Spradling at clairespradling- WOMEN
4014. books@gmail.com. Lowndes County Republican
n BOOK SALE
Friends of the Library host a
Book Sale from 10:30 a.m.-
5:30 p.m. Nov. 15 and 10:30
a.m.-3 p.m. Nov. 17 at the
Columbus Lowndes Public
Library, 314 Seventh St. N.
Proceeds help purchase new
books and fund activities. For
more information, call 662-
329-5300.
n PARENT CAFE
Emerson Family Center, 1504
Louisville St. in Starkville,
offers Parent Cafe Group
meetings every Monday from
11 a.m.-noon to help meet the
challenges of parenting. For
more information, call 662-
418-5193 or visit fcp-parent-
cafe.com.
n ACTIVE PARENTING
CLASS
Emerson Family Center, 1504
Louisville St., Starkville, offers
Active Parenting classes
meetings from 10-11 a.m. and
5-6 p.m. Nov. 27. For more in-
formation, call 662-418-5193
or visit fcp-parentcafe.com.
n HEARTS TUTORING
Hearts After School Tutoring

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exciting though and I am ers can meet face to face, gives them
going to see all the par- a lot is accomplished. a opportu-
ents.” I think it brings every- nity to in-
For the students, the body together. We have teract with
most exciting course will so many things to be their child’s
likely be dessert, since thankful for. We all kind teachers
Thanksgiving lunch is the of bond together to have in another
only meal in the school a great day.” setting and Peasant
year which offers dessert. SOCSD Superinten- it makes
Students and their guests dent Eddie Peasant will them a part of our
can choose from sweet visit the elementary school,” Peasant said. “I
potato pie, pecan pie, lem- schools this afternoon. think it’s important for
on pie and coconut pies. After seeing the ticket our children to see that
For HWS lead teacher sales, he said he is excit- their parents are coming
Laura Harris, the lemon ed so many parents have to schools. I think any
pie made by Helen Gandy decided to join SOCSD in kind of involvement is
has been both her and her a Thanksgiving celebra- good involvement. Their
husband’s go-to dessert. tion. presence there impacts
“It’s the best pie that’s
“When you bring par- the students’ love for
ever been created,” Har-
ents into the school, it school and appreciation.”
ris said. “My husband has
declared it so. Mrs. Gan-
dy makes the best lem-
on pie and she made my Mary Pollitz/Dispatch Staff

husband a lemon pie for Henderson Ward Stewart Elementary cafeteria worker Nekita Smith prepares cran-
berry sauce for 1,200 students and 750 guests Tuesday morning. The cafeteria
his birthday last year. It’s staff has been preparing for the Thanksgiving meal since October.
magic.”
Each year, students HWS Principal Julie eteria has been preparing
are allotted two tickets Fancher, in her second
High participation for weeks but so far, they
each for guests to eat year at the helm, said district-wide have not let the stress get
Thanksgiving with them. bringing parents into the Each school in to them.
The tickets were pre-sold school has been a priori- St a rk v il le - Ok t ibbeha “The cafeteria is a phe-
for $3.50 apiece, with the ty. Consolidated School Dis- nomenal group of peo-
sales deadline almost two “This is an exciting trict will serve Thanks- ple,” Mosley said. “They
weeks in advance to en- day for everybody, be- giving meals today, with really put their souls in it.
sure there’s enough time cause our doors are open more than 1,800 adult It’s a lot of hard work, but
to prepare enough food. for parents,” Fancher guests buying tickets. it’s the best meal in town.
Shumpert said stress said. “Children love to see Overstreet Elementa- They all work together,
began with one particu- their parents in their en- ry (fifth grade) sold 300 they laugh together. They
lar dish, but everything vironment at school and tickets, West Elementary are most appreciated.”
has come together just in spending them with their (K-5) sold 100, while Sud- Like Fancher, Mos-
time. friends and teacher. What duth Elementary (K-1) ley said getting parents
“It has been a little better way in the South sold more than 650 tick- into the schools is just
stressful on the dress- do we reach out to peo- ets. the first step in student
ing, but we made our way ple than with food? Any Ten Sudduth Ele- achievement.
through,” Shumpert said. time you can get a parent mentary cafeteria work- “I think Thanksgiving
“It’s the taste test. You to come to the school, ers have prepared 211 lunch gives people an op-
have to make sure it’s it helps with student pounds of turkey, 40 portunity to come in and
just right with all the in- achievement. These par- pounds of dressing, 1,500 visit with their children
gredients. Everybody has ents come to the schools desserts, sweet potato and teachers and just
to pitch in. I have a won- and they spend time casserole, green beans have a good time,” Mos-
derful staff. Wonderful. I with their children and it and rolls. Sudduth Ele- ley said. “It’s a little bit
wouldn’t ask for anybody makes children want to mentary Principal Eliza- more casual. I think any
better.” please their parents.” beth Mosley said the caf- time parents and teach-
Sports
COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYOFF
n Alabama, Clemson, Notre Dame, and Michigan
held the top four spots in the College Football

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Playoff rankings. The selection committee’s entire
Adam Minichino
top 10 stayed the same, the first time that has
happened in the five seasons since the CFP was SPORTS LINE
born. Mississippi State is ranked No. 21. 662-241-5000
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COLLEGES

The W takes another strong step
J
ason Trufant was a man in motion as host for an event, especially when it
Monday night. kicks off the return of basketball to your
The Mississippi University campus.
for Women Director of Athletics still But Trufant could smile Monday
hadn’t slowed down 20 night as he took a few minutes to share
minutes following the his impressions about the first wom-
conclusion of the men’s en’s-men’s basketball doubleheader in
basketball team’s first school history.
game. Immediately “I don’t think we could have asked
after the final horn, Tru- for anything better,” Trufant said. “We
fant and The W coaches had tremendous effort from both teams.
and student-athletes ... The fan turnout, the parents, the
Adam began tidying up Pohl students, you just couldn’t have asked
Gymnasium and folding for a better environment. I am sure Blue
Minichino
and stacking chairs. Mountain is walking away (thinking),
Several minutes later, ‘This is a tough place to play.’ I am Chris McDill/Special to The Dispatch
Trufant was straightening partitions in proud of both teams.” Mississippi University for Women’s men’s basketball coach Brian Merkel talks to his
the lobby. It seems like there always is The W’s women’s basketball team players Monday during a break in the action against Blue Mountain College. The W
something to do when you’re serving See MINICHINO, 2B will go for its first victory at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday against Talladega College.

WOMEN’S PREP SOFTBALL COLLEGE FOOTBALL
COLLEGE
BASKETBALL Experience dictates
Bulldogs why MSU doesn’t
getting
leadership
operate under center
By Brett Hudson

with smile bhudson@cdispatch.com

STARKVILLE — Joe Moorhead still remem-
By Adam Minichino bers the details of Nov. 9, 2013.
aminichino@cdispatch.com
In his second season as the Fordham football
team’s coach, his Rams were 9-0 thanks to two
STARKVILLE —
victories against ranked teams and win against a
“Welcome to my world” is
Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) team. With the
one of the many phrases
Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) play-
Vic Schaefer has coined
offs in sight, his career as a head coach was off
in his time as Mississippi
to a good start.
State’s women’s basketball
But Moorhead roamed the sidelines terrified.
coach.
“I’m thinking, ‘I’m going to be on SportsCen-
Schaefer used those Adam Minichino/Dispatch Staff ter as the team that fumbled taking a knee,’ ”
words often Columbus High School’s Berniya Hardin, right, played in the Mississippi Moorhead said.
in the past Association of Coaches Senior All-Star Game for slow-pitch softball last That was the day Moorhead learned he should
four years month. M’Kya Smith, left, will play in the Game Day USA Junior All-American never go under center. That thinking has drawn
to describe games on Nov. 23-25 in Sarasota, Florida.
the ire of some of his new constituents in his first
the highs

Columbus’ HARDIN, SMITH
year as Mississippi State’s football coach, but he
and lows
believes the No. 25 Bulldogs (6-4, 2-4 Southeast-
he encoun-
ern Conference) have good reason for it.
tered with
Howard On the day in question, No. 7 Fordham was play-
a familiar

EARN ALL-STAR RECOGNITION
ing host to Bucknell. Fordham got the ball back with
group of
1 minute, 55 seconds left needing one first down to
players.
effectively end the game, and running back Carlton
Whether it
Koonce got it. With 55 seconds left, two quarter-
was Victo- By Adam Minichino had been playing together for a long back kneels would have ended the game.
ria Vivians, aminichino@cdispatch.com time.” Backup quarterback Peter Maetzold — start-
Roshunda
Also, sophomore catcher/pitcher/ er Michael Nebrich got hurt in the first quarter
Johnson, The good news keeps coming for
Morga n
shortstop M’Kya Smith recently was See MSU, 3B
Espinoza- the Columbus High School softball selected to participate in the Game
William, program.
Hunter B l a i r Fresh off a season in which the
Day USA Junior All-American Games Game 11
on Nov. 23-25 in Sarasota, Florida.
S c h a e f e r, slow-pitch team advanced to the third n Arkansas, 11 a.m. Saturday (ESPN;
Columbus High’s Keayra Hughes, WKBB-FM 100.9, WJEC-FM 106.5, WFCA-FM 107.9).
Dominique Dillingham, round of the Mississippi High School Hardin, Haleigh Gore, C’Asia Grayer,
Ketara Chapel, Breanna Activities Association (MHSAA) and Aniya Saddler earned All-Dis-
Richardson, or another
Class III playoffs, senior Berniya trict honors.
player, Schaefer could
Hardin played in the Mississippi As- All of the players had key roles
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Starkville and Grenada and advance
Brett Hudson will join Tom Eble and Courtney Robb
a member of the Class 4A/5A/6A to the third round of the postseason, twice a week during football season, Wednesday and
Game 3 North team. where its season ended with a loss to Sunday, to preview and to recap Mississippi State and
n Lamar, 7 p.m. Thursday. “It was a great experience. I got to Northwest Rankin in a best-of-three Ole Miss football. Follow Brett Hudson on Twitter,
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PREP BASKETBALL

CHS girls find way to defeat SHS Phillips plays key role for Jackets
BY SCOTT WALTERS
BY SCOT T WALTERS
Columbus 32, Starkville 25 swalters@cdispatch.com
Starkville 62, Columbus 49
swalters@cdispatch.com

STARKVILLE — Senior Hannah “Two years since we won here, so this STARKVILLE — Football standout was very pleasing.”
White felt giddy after the Columbus is special,” Columbus coach Yvonne Hair- Atavius Jones made a habit of becom- Starkville has mixed some varsity vet-
ston said. “Just lost our composure there ing the enforcer on the Starkville High erans with some newcomers to get off to
High School girls basketball team won
School boys basketball team last season. a 3-0 start. On the other end of the spec-
a game Tuesday night. in the second half. Proud we regrouped
This season, as the football playoffs trum, new Columbus coach Phillip Mor-
“Winning at Starkville is a big deal,” and found a way to win the game. Defen-
and Jones’ absence from the court con- ris is coaching a bevy of new faces on the
White said. “They are always one of sively, we were outstanding.”
tinues, sophomore Jamarvis Phillips is reigning Class 6A State champions.
the best programs in the state. They In the opening half, Starkville (1-2) more than happy to fill the void.
don’t lose at home, so for us to come missed all 24 shots it took from the field. “Our inexperience got us in trouble
Phillips scored 16 points and had
here and play well enough to win is The teams were tied 2-2 after one some tonight,” Morris said. “We will be a
eight rebounds in Starkville’s 62-49 victo-
exciting. This was just big. Everybody quarter. The Lady Falcons outscored ry against Columbus on Tuesday night at lot different team when district play starts
was excited. It doesn’t matter how you the Lady Jackets 13-1 in the second the Bee Hive. in the new year. Right now, we are just log-
win. You just have to find a way to win.” quarter for a 15-3 halftime lead. “He is just going to get better and ging minutes. Players are getting better
Columbus built a 12-point halftime “Locked them down on the defen- better with time,” Starkville coach Greg with each game. The effort is there. We
lead, lost the lead, but then found a sive end,” Columbus forward JaTyler Carter said. “Tonight, we got him loose are playing tough, aggressive basketball.
way to take a 32-25 victory against Turner said. “Everybody was playing underneath the basket several times. Just the technique is off sometimes.
Starkville at the Bee Hive. See GIRLS, 3B Our ball movement in the second half See BOYS, 3B
2B Wednesday, November 14, 2018 The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com

colleges

EMCC has 13 earn MSU’s Harris, Davis
postseason honors to join Ring of Honor
From Special Reports From Special Reports

SCOOBA — The No. 1 and reigning national cham- STARKVILLE — Mississippi State football legends
pion East Mississippi Community College football Walt Harris and Art Davis will become the newest in-
team had 13 players earn postseason honors Tuesday ductees into the Bulldogs’ “Ring of Honor” in a ceremo-
when the National Junior College Athletic Association ny when the MSU football team plays host to Arkansas
(NJCAA) All-Region 23 and Mississippi Association of at 11 a.m. Saturday in Davis Wade Stadium.
Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) All-State Harris and Davis will join Johnie Cooks, Jack Cris-
teams were officially announced. til, Joe Fortunato, Kent Hull, D.D. Lewis, Tom “Shorty”
NJCAA Region 23 Coach of the Year Buddy Ste- McWilliams, and Jackie Parker in the Ring of Honor.
phens had seven players named to the All-Region Fortunato was inducted last October.
team: wide receiver Dontario Drummond, running Harris and Davis will sign autographs prior to the
back Deon McIntosh, quarterback Messiah deWeav- game in the C Spire Fan Zone.
er, offensive linemen LaQuinston Sharp (Columbus Harris, one of the most prolific cornerbacks in SEC
High School) and Jakoby Jones (Starkville), defensive history, started 24-straight games for MSU from 1992-
lineman Everitt Cunningham (West Point), and kick 95. He set the school record for career interceptions
returner DJ Clayton. with 16. He is tied for the record today. Harris tied the
Lashawn Paulino-Bell, Fred Hervey, and JaQuez MSU career defensive touchdown record and set Bull-
Akins (Starkville) joined them as first-team MACJC’s dog single-season marks for interceptions in 1993 and
All-State/North Division selections. 1994 with six.
EMCC’s wide receiver Kalem Reddix, offensive Harris became the first NFL first-round draft choice
lineman Connor Reinike (Starkville) and defensive for MSU in 13 years when he was selected 13th overall
back Josh Miller also were second-team MACJC’s All- by the Chicago Bears in the 1996 NFL draft. He played
State/North Division picks. 13 NFL seasons, including six seasons with the Bears.
The MACJC coaches selected McIntosh, a trans- Davis, a Clarksdale native, etched his name into
fer from Notre Dame, and Sharp, a Mississippi State MSU and Southeastern Conference lore as a two-way
commit, as the Offensive Most Valuable Players for the player from 1952-55. Davis starred as a two-time All-
MACJC North Division’s backs and linemen. SEC halfback and defensive back for the Bulldogs,
EMCC will try to win its fifth national title in eight racking up 1,148 rushing yards, 18 touchdowns and
years at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 29, when it takes on No. averaging 4.8 yards per play for his career.
2 Garden City (Kansas) C.C. in the NJCAA eTeamS- Davis, whose NFL career was cut short due to an
ponsor Football National Championship at Carnie injury, was inducted into the MSU Sports Hall of Fame
Smith Stadium on the campus of Pittsburg State. in 1971 and the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame in 1981.

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kicked off the evening with a facility like that would be to attract even more inter- job tonight. The turnout
a 61-36 victory against for The W, not only for its est from student-athletes. helped that environment.
Blue Mountain College, baseball team but for local “Hopefully, people People will be coming back
an NAIA school in North high schools and travel didn’t see the kinks,” Tru- soon, I hope, and seeing
Mississippi. In the men’s baseball tournaments. fant said, referring to the us on Wednesday night
game, Blue Mountain held But there is plenty of first live basketball night and Saturday and Sunday
on for an 81-74 victory. The work to be done before for the two teams. “That again.”
announced attendance was The W adds another sport is with any show you put The W women will
378, but it certainly seemed or breaks ground to begin on. I think we took some play host to LSU-Shreve-
like there were more people construction on a new sta- valuable lessons away. The port at 3 p.m. Saturday.
in Pohl Gymnasium in dium. Until then, Trufant concession stand ran out The W men will play host
the second half when the to Wiley College at 4 p.m.
and his staff will be busy at of food, so here are little
Owls cut a 16-point, first Sunday.
sporting events. After all, things that didn’t go the
half deficit to one point.
when you’re just starting right way that we can fix.
Unfortunately, coach Brian Adam Minichino is
Merkel’s team couldn’t out, there’s plenty to do The nice thing is the kids
and usually not enough got to play and they didn’t sports editor of The
come all of the way back in
hands to help out. That’s see anything go wrong, Dispatch. You can reach
its season opener.
why any support or help which was a positive any him at aminichino@
Merkel’s Owls will try
would be appreciated as time you run a game envi- cdispatch.com. Follow him
again to make history at
7:30 p.m. Wednesday when The W continues to build ronment. on Twitter @ctsportseditor.
they play host to Talladega its athletic programs and “Our staff did a great
College. A win would be
the first for Merkel as a
head coach and the first
victory for the first-year
program. The excitement
surrounding the programs
is the latest wave to hit the
school in its second year
of intercollegiate athlet-
ics. The W still has a few
years before it realizes
full NCAA Division III
membership, but Trufant
has seen the addition of
intercollegiate athletics
have a positive effect on
the campus. He feels it will
continue to grow as the
campus and community
get behind the basketball
teams.
“This is our football,”
Trufant said. “We know
now, and I think our fans
know what they can expect
day in and day out. We
have two coaches (Merkel
and Howard White Jr.)
who just work hard and
it is showing. It is show-
ing what we can do as a
university. It was the first
basketball event on this
campus in 17 years. You
just couldn’t be happier for
what just happened.
“I don’t know what is
going to happen, but I do
think really cool things are
going to happen from here.
I just see more and more
of this type of atmosphere
in all of our sports as we
become more ingrained
in the community. I think
they are going to support
us pretty well.”
There is plenty off
other exciting sports news
coming at The W. The
school likely will add at
least one more sport —
possibly track and field
— to the mix in the next
year or two. Trufant also
has been working hard to
attract financial support for
the school’s plans to build
an artificial turf baseball
stadium on campus. The
architectural renderings
of the facility, which would
be right next door to
Pohl Gymnasium, offer
a glimpse at a beautiful
field right in the heart of
the campus. There’s no
telling how much of a draw
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Basketball
NBA
Saturday’s Games
EAST
Penn State at Rutgers, 11 a.m.
CALENDAR Softball
Tuesday’s Games South Florida at Temple, 11 a.m.
Continued from Page 1B
Cleveland 113, Charlotte 89
Houston 109, Denver 99
Colgate at Army, 11 a.m.
Fordham at Bucknell, 11 a.m.
Prep Football
Golden State 110, Atlanta 103 Duquesne at CCSU, 11 a.m. Friday’s Games Columbus advanced to the third ing with her grandfather before leav-
Today’s Games Villanova at Delaware, 11 a.m.
Cleveland at Washington, 6 p.m. Yale at Harvard, 11 a.m. Mississippi High School Activities Association round of the playoffs for the first time ing for Florida. She said she thought
Philadelphia at Orlando, 6 p.m.
Chicago at Boston, 6:30 p.m.
Elon at Maine, 11 a.m.
San Diego at Marist, 11 a.m. Class 6A Playoffs —Second Round under coach Eric Thornton, who also her father was joking with her when
Detroit at Toronto, 6:30 p.m.
Miami at Brooklyn, 6:30 p.m.
New Hampshire at Rhode Island, 11 a.m. Starkville at Horn Lake, 7 p.m. leads the school’s fast-pitch team. he told her she has been nominated
Wagner at Robert Morris, 11 a.m.
Memphis at Milwaukee, 7 p.m.
New Orleans at Minnesota, 7 p.m.
State Francis (Pa.) at Sacred Heart, 11 a.m. Class 5A Playoffs — Second Round “Berniya had another really good to play in the event. Smith hopes she
Holy Cross at Georgetown, 11:30 a.m.
New York at Oklahoma City, 7 p.m.
Utah at Dallas, 7:30 p.m. Lehigh at Lafayette, 11:30 a.m. Lafayette at West Point, 7 p.m. year,” Thornton said. “Throughout will learn a lot at the event so she can
San Antonio at Phoenix, 8 p.m. Cornell at Columbia, Noon
Penn at Princeton, Noon Alabama High School Athletic Association the last three or four years, she has come back and show Thornton she
Portland at L.A. Lakers, 9:30 p.m.
Thursday’s Games Brown at Dartmouth, 12:30 p.m. Class 3A Playoffs — Second Round been one of our most consistent hit- has improved as a player.
James Madison at Towson, 1 p.m.
Golden State at Houston, 7 p.m.
Atlanta at Denver, 8 p.m. Notre Dame vs. Syracuse at Bronx, New York, Gordo vs. Mobile Christian, 7 p.m. ters. We tried to play her at second “It is probably going to be a great
1:30 p.m.
San Antonio at L.A. Clippers, 9:30 p.m.
Stony Brook at Albany (NY), 2:30 p.m. Class 2A Playoffs — Second Round base and do some different things, but experience for me,” said Smith, who
Tuesday’s Men’s Major Tulsa at Navy, 2:30 p.m.
Collinsville vs. Aliceville, 7 p.m. we kind of got to the point where we has never been to Florida. “I am going
SOUTH
College Scores Ohio State at Maryland, 11 a.m. Class 1A Playoffs — First Round knew we had to move her to pitcher, to learn a lot from it.”
EAST The Citadel at Alabama, 11 a.m.
CCSU 86, Mass.-Lowell 74
Canisius 82, Bucknell 73
Idaho at Florida, 11 a.m. South Lamar vs. Winterboro, 7 p.m. which probably wasn’t her first option, That’s good news for Thornton,
Middle Tennessee at Kentucky, 11 a.m.
Dartmouth 100, Elms 54
Delaware 100, Chestnut Hill 62
Arkansas at Mississippi State, 11 a.m. Pickens County vs. Falkville, 7 p.m. but she stepped up and pitched well who is excited Smith will play with
Harvard 74, UMass 71 Pittsburgh at Wake Forest, 11 a.m. for us. ... Her willingness to accept players from throughout the country
LIU Brooklyn 89, Fairfield 87
Lehigh 78, Marist 72
North Carolina State at Louisville, 11:20 a.m.
Butler at Davidson, Noon Prep Basketball that role was a big part of that.” and will receive a lot of individual in-
Longwood 66, Md.-Eastern Shore 63 Samford at ETSU, Noon
State Andrews at Hampton, Noon
Thursday’s Games Hardin went 6-for-6 (all singles) struction.
Loyola (Md.) 91, Delaware St. 62
Penn 91, Lafayette 61 Bryant at Howard, Noon Starkville at West Point with a walk in the two games. She “I think playing against a high lev-
Providence 70, Holy Cross 61 Dayton at Jacksonville, Noon
Temple 81, Georgia 77 Drake at Morehead State, Noon Smithville at Caledonia said she also had a chance to play el of competition will be good for her,”
Wagner 90, SUNY-Cortland 58 Morgan State at Norfolk State, Noon
SOUTH Valparaiso at Stetson, Noon Starkville Academy at Oak Hill Academy catcher for the first time, which she Thornton said. “I think it will spark a
Bethune-Cookman 104, Trinity Baptist 44 Monmouth (NJ) at Gardner-Webb, 12:30 p.m. Columbus Christian at Central Holmes
Charleston Southern 89, SC State 72 Savannah State at South Carolina State, enjoyed. She said she volunteered to high level of interest for her and other
Chattanooga 92, Cumberland 61
Prep Soccer
12:30 p.m.
Coll. of Charleston 66, Rhode Island 55 Presbyterian at Wofford, 12:30 p.m. play catcher and played the position girls just to see somebody from Co-
E. Kentucky 107, Midway 52
FIU 86, Milwaukee 83
Florida A&M vs. Bethune-Cookman at Orlando,
Florida, 1 p.m. Thursday’s Matches at least four innings. She said she will lumbus get accepted for something
Furman 88, Gardner-Webb 86, OT
Georgia Southern 98, George Mason 89
Charleston Southern at Campbell, 1 p.m.
FIU at Charlotte, 1 p.m. Columbus at Philadelphia, 5 p.m. play on the school’s fast-pitch team like that and getting some notoriety,
Georgia St. 62, Mercer 60
Howard 108, Regent University 51
Va. Lynchburg at Delaware State, 1 p.m. West Point at Mississippi School for in the spring in hopes of realizing an which hasn’t always been the case,
Alabama A&M at MVSU, 1 p.m.
LSU 85, Memphis 76
Liberty 93, Trevecca Nazarene 40
North Carolina A&T at North Carolina Central, Mathematics and Science, 5:30 p.m. opportunity to play softball in college. and it shows some of the things we
Louisiana Tech 89, Harding 58
1 p.m.
Smith said she and her family will have been working toward the last
Louisville 104, Southern U. 54
Miami 96, Stephen F. Austin 58
VMI at Old Dominion, 1 p.m.
Richmond at William & Mary, 1 p.m. Men’s College Basketball travel to Atlanta to spend Thanksgiv- couple of years.”

Boys
Georgia State at Appalachian State, 1:30 p.m.
NC State 100, UNC-Asheville 49
Savannah St. 97, Tennessee Tech 83 UTSA at Marshall, 1:30 p.m. Today’s Game
South Carolina 81, Norfolk St. 64 Eastern Kentucky at Tennessee Tech, 1:30 p.m.
Jackson State at Alcorn State, 2 p.m.
Talladega College at Mississippi University for
Tennessee 66, Georgia Tech 53
Tulane 81, Coastal Carolina 76 Jacksonville State at Kennesaw State, 2 p.m. Women, 7:30 p.m.
UALR 83, Tennessee St. 67 Furman at Mercer, 2 p.m.
UNC-Greensboro 82, UNC-Wilmington 61 Western Carolina at North Carolina, 2 p.m. Thursday’s Games Continued from Page 1B
Winthrop 134, Pfeiffer 99 Tennesse-Martin at Tennessee State, 2 p.m.
Alabama vs. Northeastern (Charleston, South
Wofford 94, Carver 35
MIDWEST
Virginia at Georgia Tech, 2:30 p.m.
Louisiana Tech at Southern Mississippi, Carolina), 1 p.m.
“We are losing our man too of- plined. It’s just a matter of showing
Cincinnati 73, NC Central 51
Cleveland St. 94, Urbana 65
2:30 p.m.
Miami at Virginia Tech, 2:30 p.m. Southern Mississippi at Troy, 7 p.m.
ten on defense. We are going to get flashes. We have to be more consis-
Georgetown 88, Illinois 80 Boston College at Florida State, 2:30 p.m. where we want to go.” tent, but the players understand our
Illinois St. 75, Chicago St. 71
Kent St. 90, Shawnee State 69
Purdue Fort Wayne 111, Manchester 65
Missouri at Tennessee, 2:30 p.m.
Texas State at Troy, 2:30 p.m. Women’s College Basketball Sophomore Bake Burnett had a capabilities.”
Saint Louis 69, North Alabama 58
Liberty at Auburn, 3 p.m.
Massachusetts at Georgia, 3 p.m. Today’s Games team-high 24 points and five assists Talley led the way with 24
W. Michigan 85, Oakland 77, OT
Wisconsin 77, Xavier 68
Murray State at Austin Peay, 4 p.m.
Georgia Southern at Coastal Carolina, 4 p.m.
Temple at Ole Miss, 6 p.m. to lead Columbus (1-2). points in the victory against Me-
SOUTHWEST
California Baptist 70, Oral Roberts 69 South Alabama at Louisiana-Lafayette, 4 p.m. Southern Mississippi at South Alabama, 7 p.m. “He is going to be an incredible ridian. Against Columbus, Brown
Duke at Clemson, 6 p.m.
Texas State 97, Hardin-Simmons 52
Texas Tech 59, SE Louisiana 40 Connecticut at East Carolina, 6 p.m. Thursday’s Games player,” Morris said “I have moved (11 points) and Eric Green (10
FAR WEST
BYU 82, Northwestern St. 57
Lamar at McNeese State, 6 p.m.
Rice at LSU, 6:30 p.m. Mississippi University for Women at Rust College, up with him through the junior high points — all in the fourth quarter)
California 80, Hampton 66 Chattanooga at South Carolina, 6:30 p.m.
Mississippi at Vanderbilt, 6:30 p.m.
5:30 p.m. program, coaching him all the way joined Phillips in double figures.
Colorado 100, Drake 71
Loyola Marymount 79, CS Northridge 64 UTEP at Western Kentucky, 6:30 p.m. Lamar at Mississippi State, 7 p.m. up. He is one of the most coachable “Balance is something this team
N. Colorado 88, Pepperdine 80 Cincinnati at UCF, 7 p.m.
New Mexico 90, Iona 83 MIDWEST Alabama at SMU, 7 p.m. players I have ever had. He sees the is going to have all year,” Talley said.
Nicholls 83, Idaho 80 Northwestern at Minnesota, 11 a.m.
floor well and does a great job of mak- “We love to play together, and that
Pacific 91, Cal State Stanislaus 66
UC Santa Barbara 88, California Lutheran 32
Michigan State at Nebraska, 11 a.m.
Youngstown State at Illinois State, Noon College Football ing other players around him better.” shows on the court. Under coach Car-
UNLV 72, UC Riverside 51 Eastern Illinois at Southeast Missouri, 1 p.m. Saturday’s Games
Utah St. 94, MVSU 59 Indiana State at Western Illinois, 1 p.m. Starkville used an 11-0 run in the ter, you are going to have to play great
Tuesday’s Women’s Major South Dakota at South Dakota State, 2 p.m. Arkansas at Mississippi State, 11 a.m.
Iowa at Illinois, 2:30 p.m. first quarter to get the separation it defense. We just have to have a couple
College Scores Wisconsin at Purdue, 2:30 p.m., The Citadel at Alabama, 11 a.m.
Texas Tech at Kansas State, 2:30 p.m. had for the rest of the game. Tyler of guys get hot to win any game.”
EAST Louisiana Tech at Southern Mississippi, 2:30 p.m.
Fairfield 71, LIU Brooklyn 43 Bowling Green at Akron, 2:30 p.m. Talley, Terry Tate, and Jamarrion Starkville also turned the pres-
Georgetown 45, Loyola (Md.) 30 Southern Illinois at North Dakota State, Ole Miss at Vanderbilt, 6:30 p.m.
James Madison 103, Delaware St. 57 2:30 p.m. Brown hit 3-pointers in the first sure up on defense. A string of four-
Lehigh 63, Monmouth (NJ) 48
Maine 74, Bryant 57
Indiana at Michigan, 3 p.m.
Missouri State at Northern Iowa, 5 p.m.
SOUTHWEST
College Swimming and Diving quarter. straight forced turnovers ran the
Mass.-Lowell 79, Fisher 45
Rhode Island 46, Robert Morris 41 TCU at Baylor, 11 a.m. Thursday’s Meet The Yellow Jackets withstood an lead to 15 midway through the third
Rutgers 73, CCSU 44 Alabama State at Prairie View, 1 p.m.
Central Arkansas at Abilene Christian, 2 p.m. Alabama at Georgia Tech Invitational early run by the Falcons in the sec- quarter.
Sacred Heart 72, Siena 50
St. Bonaventure 100, Canisius 94 Louisiana-Monroe at Arkansas State, 2 p.m. Friday’s Meet ond quarter to take a 30-21 halftime “The players are working hard,”
Sam Houston State at Houston Baptist, 2 p.m.
Stony Brook 77, Hofstra 49
Youngstown St. 64, Pittsburgh 55 Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Texas Southern, 2 p.m. Alabama at Georgia Tech Invitational lead. Phillips had 12 points in the Morris said “The biggest thing is
West Virginia at Oklahoma State, 2:30 p.m.
Akron 49, NC A&T 36
SOUTH
Alabama-Birmingham at Texas A&M, 6 p.m. Saturday’s Meet half. the lapses on the defensive end. Of-
Alabama A&M 67, Tennessee St. 57 Kansas at Oklahoma, 6:30 p.m.
Iowa State at Texas, 7 p.m. Alabama at Georgia Tech Invitational “Against Meridian (last Thurs- fensively, we will get better. It’s just
Coastal Carolina 57, SC State 44
FAR WEST day), I didn’t defend well or rebound a matter of playing together and
Elon 83, NC Central 54
Iowa 104, W. Kentucky 67
Jackson St. 65, Cent. Arkansas 56
Utah at Colorado, 12:30 p.m.
Southern California at UCLA, 2:30 p.m.
College Volleyball well,” Phillips said. “My mind-set learning one another. Each game is a
Norfolk St. 93, Cheyney University (PA) 40 Utah State at Colorado State, 1 p.m. Friday’s Matches was to defend and rebound. After chance to get better. The main thing
North Alabama 70, Blue Mountain 42 Montana State at Montana, 1 p.m.
North Florida 99, Trinity Baptist 40 Sacramento State at UC Davis, 3 p.m. Ole Miss at South Carolina, 6 p.m. that, the points just came.” is to keep that positive attitude.”
Air Force at Wyoming, 3 p.m.
SC-Upstate 69, Converse 51
Oregon State at Washington, 3:30 p.m. Alabama at Mississippi State, 7 p.m. Carter said his team was stag- Greg King, the lone starter re-
Virginia Tech 72, Liberty 61
MIDWEST North Dakota at Northern Arizona, 3:30 p.m.
nant after building the lead. turning from last season’s state
on the air
Bowling Green 99, Marshall 76 Nevada at San Jose State, 4 p.m.
Weber State at Idaho State, 4:30 p.m.
Butler 86, Murray St. 65
IUPUI 73, UT Martin 72 Southern Utah at Cal Poly, 6:05 p.m. “In the first half, we got out of championship squad, added 10
Indiana St. 60, Saint Louis 56 Stanford at California, 6:30 p.m.
our flow on offense,” Carter said. points for the Falcons.
Iowa St. 67, Auburn 64
Kansas 70, Oral Roberts 58
New Mexico State at BYU, 9:15 p.m.
Arizona State at Oregon, 9:30 p.m.
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Missouri 65, Missouri St. 61 San Diego State at Fresno State, 9:30 p.m.
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UNLV at Hawaii, 10 p.m.
Wisconsin 68, Milwaukee 57
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FAR WEST
Cal St.-Fullerton 79, California Baptist 65
California 70, BYU 52
Hockey 6:30 p.m. — Seton Hall at Nebraska, Big Ten
Gonzaga 70, Idaho St. 51 NHL Network
Loyola Marymount 66, Arizona 64
Santa Clara 60, San Diego St. 43
Tuesday’s Games
New Jersey 4, Pittsburgh 2
7 p.m. — UTEP at Arizona, Pac-12 Network
UC Irvine 57, UNLV 55 N.Y. Islanders 5, Vancouver 2 7 p.m. — Mississippi College at Auburn, SEC Continued from Page 1B
Utah 72, Alabama 62 Florida 2, Philadelphia 1
Wyoming 98, UC-Colorado Springs 37 Buffalo 2, Tampa Bay 1
Network
Detroit 6, Arizona 1 7:30 p.m. — Marquette at Indiana, FS1 great defense.” back to man (defense) and that al-
Football Washington 5, Minnesota 2
Edmonton 6, Montreal 2 8 p.m. — North Dakota at Kentucky, SEC Network Starkville scored its first basket lowed us to take control again. We
NFL Toronto 5, Los Angeles 1
San Jose 5, Nashville 4
9 p.m. — Stetson at USC, Pac-12 Network with 5 minutes, 56 seconds left in let up a little bit because they weren’t
Thursday’s Game Today’s Games COLLEGE FOOTBALL the third quarter. From there, things scoring. However, Starkville is al-
Green Bay at Seattle, 7:20 p.m. Washington at Winnipeg, 7 p.m.
Sunday’s Games St. Louis at Chicago, 7 p.m.
6 p.m. — Buffalo at Ohio, ESPN2 fell in place, as the home team used ways good. We should have done a
Houston at Washington, Noon Boston at Colorado, 9 p.m. 7 p.m. — Miami University at Northern Illinois,
Pittsburgh at Jacksonville, Noon Anaheim at Vegas, 9:30 p.m.
ESPNU
a 15-0 run to take an 18-17 lead. better job of fighting off their run.”
Tampa Bay at N.Y. Giants, Noon
Dallas at Atlanta, Noon
Thursday’s Games
Florida at Columbus, 6 p.m. GOLF Starkville coach Kristie Williams Amaria Strong scored all 12 of
Cincinnati at Baltimore, Noon
Carolina at Detroit, Noon
Tampa Bay at Pittsburgh, 6 p.m.
10 p.m. — PGA Tour, Emirates Australian Open, was pleased with the defensive ef- her points in the third quarter for
New Jersey at Philadelphia, 6 p.m.
Tennessee at Indianapolis, Noon N.Y. Rangers at N.Y. Islanders, 6 p.m. first round, at The Lake GC, Sydney, TGC fort that kept her team afloat before Starkville (1-2).
Denver at L.A. Chargers, 3:05 p.m.
Oakland at Arizona, 3:05 p.m.
Detroit at Ottawa, 6:30 p.m.
Vancouver at Minnesota, 7 p.m.
NBA the big run. “We just had to find a way to stop
Philadelphia at New Orleans, 3:25 p.m. Nashville at Arizona, 8 p.m. 7 p.m. — New Orleans at Minnesota, ESPN “We’ve got to find a way to score (Strong) once she got going,” Hair-
Minnesota at Chicago, 7:20 p.m.
Open: Buffalo, San Francisco, Miami,
Montreal at Calgary, 8 p.m. 9:30 p.m. — Portland at LA Lakers, ESPN the basketball,” Williams said. “It’s ston said. “Proud of how we kept our
Toronto at San Jose, 9:30 p.m.
New England, Cleveland, N.Y. Jets NHL
pretty evident we don’t shoot the composure and found a way to make
Monday, Nov. 19
Kansas City vs L.A. Rams at Mexico City,
MX, 7:15 p.m.
Soccer 7 p.m. — St. Louis at Chicago, NBC Sports
Network basketball well from outside and we sure to win the game.”
Major League Playoffs 9:30 p.m. — Anaheim at Vegas, NBC Sports have to have that driving mentality n In other action Tuesday, the
Canadian Football League Conference Championships
Playoffs Home-and-home Network to get easy buckets. Until we get that New Hope High boys lost to North-
Eastern Conference
Conference Finals
Sunday’s Games First leg WOMEN’S COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL going, we’re going to have games east Lauderdale 56-55. The New
Eastern Conference Sunday, Nov. 25 5 p.m. — Kentucky at Arkansas, ESPNU where we’ve just got to keep fighting Hope girls lost to Northeast Lauder-
New York at Atlanta, 4 p.m.
Hamilton at Ottawa, Noon
Western Conference Second leg 6 p.m. — Tennessee at Missouri, SEC Network to pull it out.” dale 59-26.
Thursday, Nov. 29
Thursday
Winnipeg at Calgary, 3:30 p.m.
Atlanta at New York, 6 p.m. A 3-pointer by White tied the n On Monday, Steele Altmyer
Grey Cup
At Edmonton
Western Conference
First leg AUTO RACING game at 22 with seven minutes re- had 25 points in the Heritage Acad-
TBD, 5 p.m.
Sunday, Nov. 25 Sunday, Nov. 25 5 p.m. — Nascar, K&N Pro Series, race, at maining. The Lady Falcons used a emy boys basketball team’s 59-42
Sporting Kansas City at Portland, 6:30 p.m.
Southeastern Second leg Daytona Beach, Florida, NBC Sports Network 9-0 run to build a 28-22 lead. victory against Lamar School.
Thursday, Nov. 29 COLLEGE BASKETBALL “We got too relaxed after we built Follow Dispatch sports
Conference Portland at Sporting Kansas City, 8:30 p.m.
10:30 a.m. — Ball State vs Virginia Tech, ESPN2
East the lead in the first half,” White said. writer Scott Walters on Twitter @
Conference All Games MLS Cup 10:30 a.m. — Saint Joseph’s vs Wake Forest,
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MSU
Georgia 7 1 276 151 9 1 370 158 Sporting Kansas City-Portland winner at
ESPNU
Florida 5 3 209 205 7 3 310 221
Kentucky 5 3 146 132 7 3 229 162 Atlanta-New York winner, 7 p.m. 1 p.m. — Alabama vs Northeastern, ESPNU
4 p.m. — Purdue vs Appalachian State, ESPN2
Transactions
S. Carolina 4 4 230 243 5 4 279 258
Missouri 2 4 159 179 6 4 355 276
Tennessee 2 4 132 201 5 5 243 247 4 p.m. — Valpariso vs Western Kentucky, ESPNU
Vanderbilt 1 5 134 193 4 6 258 259 Tuesday’s Moves 6 p.m. — Syracuse vs Connecticut, ESPN2 Continued from Page 1B
West BASKETBALL
Conference All Games National Basketball Association 6 p.m. — Monmouth vs West Virginia, ESPNU — went under center for those kneels. to speak,” Breiner said. “At Fordham,
W L PF PA W L PF PA KANSAS CITY ROYALS — Agreed to terms 6 p.m. — Ohio State at Creighton, FS1
Alabama 7 0 322 92 10 0 486 127 with RHP Michael Ynoa on a minor league But Bucknell forced a fumble and we probably took one snap, two snaps
LSU 5 2 165 129 8 2 267 167 contract. 8 p.m. — Penn State at Depaul, FS1
Texas A&M 4 3 168 179 6 4 301 224
Auburn 3 4 157 145 6 4 265 183 National League 8 p.m. — Mississippi Valley State at Utah, drove to the red zone; Fordham under center a week, and they were in
Miss. St. 2 4 67 106 6 4 262 135 MILWAUKEE BREWERS — Agreed to terms
with LHP Angel Perdomo on a minor league Pac-12 Network blocked a field goal on the final play to walkthrough periods, probably not a
Ole Miss 1 5 144 257 5 5 375 363
Arkansas 0 6 132 229 2 8 254 327 contract.
BASKETBALL
8:15 p.m. — Oregon vs Iowa, ESPN2 keep its undefeated season alive. defense in front of them. It was very
Saturday’s Games National Basketball Association 9 p.m. — Detroit Mercy at California, Pac-12 At that point, Moorhead turned to casual. It’s another thing when you
GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS — Suspended
The Citadel at Alabama, 11 a.m. (SEC Network)
Middle Tennessee at Kentucky, 11 a.m. F Draymond Green one game for conduct
Network Andrew Breiner — then his offensive have four guys in the A gaps with the
(SEC Network) detrimental to the team. 10:30 p.m. — Texas A&M at Gonzagan, ESPN2 coordinator, now his quarterbacks
Idaho at Florida, 11 a.m. (ESPNU) Women’s NBA
COLLEGE FOOTBALL game on the line.
Arkansas at Mississippi State, 11 a.m. (ESPN) CHICAGO SKY — Named James Wade coach. coach/pass game coordinator — and “They talk about cost of invest-
Missouri at Tennessee, 2:30 p.m. (WCBI) FOOTBALL 5 p.m. — Toledo at Kent State, CBS Sports
Massachusetts at Georgia, 3 p.m. National Football League
Network they agreed they never would go un- ment. If we’re going to spend 10
(SEC Network)
Liberty at Auburn, 3 p.m. (SEC Network)
ARIZONA CARDINALS — Placed OL Justin
Pugh on injured reserve. Released S Eddie 7 p.m. — Tulane at Houston, ESPN der center again. minutes a week working on under
Alabama-Birmingham at Texas A&M, 6 p.m.
(ESPN2)
Pleasant. Released WR Montay Crockett from
the practice squad. 8:30 p.m. — Florida Atlantic at North Texas, CBS “Even if I was in the game, we nev- center with a bum rush coming, that’s
Rice at LSU, 6:30 p.m. (ESPNU)
Chattanooga at South Carolina, 6:30 p.m. BUFFALO BILLS — Released WR Terrelle Sports Network er practiced under-center snaps. It’s 10 minutes that we didn’t spend on
Pryor. Signed CB Denzel Rice to their practice
(SEC Network)
Ole Miss at Vanderbilt, 6:30 p.m. squad. GOLF not something we do and, honestly, RPOs.”
(SEC Network) CINCINNATI BENGALS — Named Hue 5 a.m. — European Tour Golf, DP World it’s almost a waste of time,” Nebrich
Jackson special assistant to the head coach.
Championship, first round, Jumeirah Golf Given the NCAA regulation of no
College Scores / Schedule INDIANAPOLIS COLTS — Signed WR Steve said. “If it’s not in your DNA, why are
Tuesday’s Game Ishmael to the practice squad. Estates, Dubai, TGC more than 20 hours per week, prac-
MIDWEST NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS — Activated DB you going to try to do it in one of the
Duke Dawson. Released RB Kenjon Barner 3:30 p.m. — PGA Tour, RSM Classic, first round, tice time on the field is limited, which
Ball St. 42, W. Michigan 41, OT
and LB Nicholas Grigsby. Sea Island Resort, Georgia, TGC most high-pressure situations possi-
Today’s Games OAKLAND RAIDERS — Waived DE Kony Ealy.
ble?” is why MSU chooses not to focus on
MIDWEST Waived LB James Cowser from the practice 10 p.m. — PGA Tour, Emirates Australian Open, something that requires significant
Miami University at Northern Illinois, 6 p.m. squad.
second round, at The Lake GC, Sydney, TGC That explains why, when MSU
Buffalo at Ohio, 6 p.m. TENNESSEE TITANS — Waived FB Jalston
Fowler. Signed RB Dalyn Dawkins from the NBA was kneeling out its victory against repetitions to master.
Thursday’s Games practice squad and DB Mike Jordan to the
7 p.m. — Golden State at Houston, TNT Stephen F. Austin, it executed those “They watch the NFL, they’ll see
SOUTH practice squad.
Southeastern Louisiana at Nicholls, 6 p.m. WASHINGTON REDKSINS — Waived CB 8 p.m. — Atlanta at Denver, Fox Sports Southeast kneeldowns from the Shotgun. It also other teams in college, they see under
MIDWEST Joshua Holsey. Placed OT Geron Christian
Toledo at Kent State, 5 p.m. Sr. on injured reserve. Terminated the practice 9:30 p.m. — San Antonio at Los Angeles Clippers, explains why MSU doesn’t put quar- center and it looks so easy,” Nebrich
SOUTHWEST squad contract of RB Mack Brown. Signed C TNT said. “If you’re practicing it over and
Northwestern State at Stephen F. Austin, Casey Dunn to the practice squad.
NFL
terback Nick Fitzgerald under center
6 p.m. HOCKEY
in third-and-short situations because over again, it is an easy concept.
North Alabama at Incarnate Word, 6:30 p.m. National Hockey League 7:20 p.m. — Green Bay at Seattle, WLOV and
Tulane at Houston, 7 p.m. NHL — Announced the 20-game suspension
NFL Network the coaches have seen what can go “When you’re in a high-pres-
FAU at North Texas, 8:30 p.m. of Washington F Tom Wilson has been reduced
to 14 games. NHL wrong when the team tries some- sure situation, you’re going into
Friday’s Games ANAHEIM DUCKS — Recalled D Andy
SOUTHWEST Welinski from San Diego (AHL). 8 p.m. — Nashville at Arizona, Fox Sports South thing it doesn’t practice. something that you just don’t do.”
Memphis at SMU, 8 p.m.
FAR WEST
ARIZONA COYOTES — Signed D Jakob
Chychrun to a six-year contract extension.
SOCCER “It’s a matter of investment of time. Follow Dispatch sports writer
Boise State at New Mexico, 8 p.m. CAROLINA HURRICANES — Assigned F 1:45 p.m. — Belgium vs Iceland, ESPNEWS Taking a snap from under center is a Brett Hudson on Twitter @Brett_
Eastern Washington at Portland State, Valentin Zykov to Charlotte (AHL) for
9:05 p.m. conditioning. skill. It’s a skill that’s a dying art, so Hudson
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because all of the players have con- Howard said. That is really special as a coach to Virginia. In 29 minutes, she had 13 is “lashes,” is just as likely to offer
tributed to building a chemistry Said Espinoza-Hunter, a trans- have players like that. Not every points and was 3-for-8 from 3-point a pat on the back or a joke to lift her
that has elevated the program and fer from Connecticut, “I don’t know one of our players is like that, so range. Schaefer said she gives the spirits.
pushed it to back-to-back national about those last two (referring to they are a benefit to those kids, too, Bulldogs another shooter who has Schaefer said the spirit Espi-
championship games. the shades that looked like they to show them, ‘Hey, look, it doesn’t a “scorer’s mentality.” noza-Hunter and Howard possess
Andra Espinoza-Hunter and were green and yellow).” matter if the milk was sour on my Howard, who left Texas A&M is bringing the Bulldogs together,
Anriel Howard are the latest If all coaches dealing with trans- Wheaties this morning, I am still after grabbing a program-best which is a good sign as he contin-
players to evoke the familiar fers in key positions had to worry going to have a bad day. 1,002 rebounds, is averaging 8.5 ues to preach about defense and
“welcome to my world” comment about issues like colors of nail pol- “I have had some really good points and eight rebounds in 19.5 getting it to the standard he de-
from Schaefer. ish, they likely would be in trou- players over the course of my ca- minutes per game. sires.
On Tuesday, Howard, a gradu- ble. For Schaefer, the impromptu reer that I have been able to coach Schaefer said Espinoza-Hunt- “I think these are two great
ate transfer from Texas A&M, was fashion discussion at the end of the and it didn’t matter if they flunked a er and Howard should provide leaders,” Schaefer said. “I think
discussing the different shades of team’s news conference signaled test, ate something bad, or whatev- valuable experience following the they lead by example. They have
blue nail polish she has on her right a new beginning. While Vivians’ er. When it came time for practice, graduation losses of the program’s a presence. It is hard to be a great
hand. The same colors appeared on name was mentioned, Schaefer’s no one was going to ruin the joy of winningest group of seniors. A “dif- player if you have no presence
Howard’s right hand, although you Bulldogs have turned the page and basketball in their life. These two ferent” MSU squad will need that on the court. To me, they have a
would be mistaken if you thought will look to Espinoza-Hunter and kids, I don’t think anyone is going experience and will rely on a differ- presence, not only as basketball
the color on her thumbs was yellow Howard to lead the way. Judging to ruin the joy of life in their life. ent kind of leadership. Thanks to players, but as people. Again, it
and the color was green on her in- from Schaefer’s comments about They are just great, great kids. Espinoza-Hunter and Howard, that makes it fun to coach, and it is
dex fingers. The colors on all five of his sophomore guard and the re- They just bring something to our example will be set with a smile fun to be a coach at Mississippi
Howard’s nails were shades of blue bounding wizard, the newcomers program that I really cherish, I and an infectious spirit that rubs off State when you have players like
— Sea Foam blueish green, royal, already have made their impact on really appreciate, work ethic and on the rest of the Bulldogs. this when you walk into the gym
cloud, sky — in part because she the program. attitude, and it’s a given with these Espinoza-Hunter said it is ob- every day and they’re loving life,
said she couldn’t figure out which “They’re just a real positive in- two.” vious to see the energy Howard and they practice that way and
one she liked the best. fluence on our program,” Schaefer Espinoza-Hunter made her de- brings to the court. She said her play that way. There is nothing
“I thought it was pretty cool,” said. “They ain’t had a bad day. but Friday in a 72-44 victory against new teammate, whose nickname sour about them.”

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EAR ABBY: of them) is one your name, mailing address,
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raised and taught get from readers. Abby Letters Booklet, P.O.
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their children acknowledged, price.) It can be used to tailor
the importance the message the your own messages. With the
of being grateful giver receives holiday season approaching
receivers. My two is that it wasn’t and people sending gifts and
teenage grand- appreciated, messages through the end of
ZITS children have nev-
er thanked me
which is insulting
and hurtful.
the year, this is the perfect
time to be able to reply with
for a birthday or One of the a handwritten letter, note or
Christmas gift. I main reasons well-written email.
gave one of them people don’t Because composition of
a set of person-
Dear Abby send thank-you letters and notes is not al-
alized notepaper, notes is they ways effectively taught in the
but it didn’t spur any action. don’t know what to say, or schools, my booklet can pro-
Birthdays have come and they are afraid they will say vide an easy way for parents
gone this year, but Christmas the wrong thing. They think the to teach their children proper
is on the way. I’m wondering note has to be long and flow- etiquette — a valuable lesson
what I can do to reach these ery when, in fact, short and to that will last them a lifetime.
young people in a meaningful the point is more effective. DEAR ABBY: Most of my
manner. I’m older now and That’s the reason “How friends are guys, and people
don’t know how much longer to Write Letters” was written. tend to assume that I have
GARFIELD I’ll be around to influence
them. I recall you had a
It contains samples of
thank-you letters for birthday
slept with them or that we
have dated, but it’s not true.
booklet that addresses writing gifts, shower gifts, wedding How do I answer when some-
thank-you notes, among other gifts, as well as those that one asks, “Is this your boy-
subjects. Do you still have it arrive around holiday time. friend?” or, “Have you guys
available? — LOVING GRAN IN It also includes letters of dated?” without coming off as
OKLAHOMA congratulations and ones offended when I answer? —
DEAR LOVING GRAN: Yes, that are especially difficult to NOT THE CASE
my “How to Write Letters” write — including letters of DEAR NOT THE CASE: All
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Horoscopes
CANDORVILLE TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (Nov. Science has proven via brain specifics.
14). Relationships improve scans that it actually gives LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). The
across the board. It’s not that people pleasure to be nice. project is getting costly and
they were ailing, but they be- So let someone be nice to you taking a lot longer than you
come more helpful, communica- without feeling guilty or moving thought it would. You’re starting
tive, comfortable and fun. This to immediately repay the favor. to wonder if it’s worth what
touches every part of your life. Relax and let the pleasure sink you’re putting in. Don’t worry. A
Other highlights in the months in for all. hefty return on investment will
to come include home improve- GEMINI (May 21-June 21). come once you finish the work
ments, an once-in-a-lifetime You’ve changed. It was that and clear the path.
encounter and a free pass when book you read, that friend you VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22).
you need it. Libra and Capricorn hung out with, that food you You’re better at compartmen-
adore you. Your lucky numbers started eating regularly. One of talizing than most, and this has
are: 1, 30, 12, 47 and 9. those things changed you – no, allowed you to keep going and
ARIES (March 21-April 19). all of them did – which inspires reap the benefits of persever-
BABY BLUES You remember difficult times, you to keep choosing excellent ance. Now it’s time to get back
who helped you out of them and influences. into some of those “compart-
who put you in them. Where it CANCER (June 22-July 22). ments” and remember what you
gets really complicated is when The information you receive stowed there.
both categories point to the will have many levels. It may be LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23).
same person. You’re still figur- only mildly interesting or useful Don’t get overly concerned
ing out how to place your trust. until you get a little deeper. about how you’re coming off
Take your time. Seek clarity. A good teacher around people who already
TAURUS (April 20-May 20). won’t mind when you ask for know you. It’s how you make
them feel about themselves
that matters. Your image plays
but a minor and indirect role
in this.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov.
21). All that you’ve done has
BEETLE BAILEY been for particular reasons.
They were the best decisions
you could make given what you
had to work with, and you’ve
had many good results. Commit
to learning more and trust
yourself.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec.
21). To be truly effective in car-
rying the mantle of leadership,
you have to model the program
you represent. Walk it, talk it,
live it. People will follow you not
because of what you represent
but because of who you are.
MALLARD FILLMORE CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19). Those who badly fear mis-
takes will only take the safest
actions, bringing as little of
themselves as possible to the
task. A tolerance for mistakes
will bring the best outcome.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
18). What if the power of a
person were measured in
joy? What would you do to get
happier and simultaneously
more influential over your world?
Whatever it is, put it at the top
of your list.
FAMILY CIRCUS PISCES (Feb. 19-March
20). You would think that if
each person took 50 percent
responsibility for an outcome,
then the task would be covered.
But it won’t work that way. If it
fails, they can blame each oth-
er. Each person has to take 100
percent of the responsibility.

A girl in every port
SOLUTION:
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A holiday ‘harvest’

Carl Tremblay/America’s Test Kitchen via AP
Whole wheat flour and honey go
into these rustic dinner rolls with a
crisp crust.

A recipe for rolls
as good as any
from a European
bakery
BY AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN

E
uropean-style dinner rolls
are different from their rich,
tender American cousins.
The dough for these rustic rolls is
lean and the crumb is open, with a
yeasty, savory flavor. But the best
part might be their crust — so
crisp it practically shatters when
you bite into it, yet chewy enough
to offer satisfying resistance.
It is this crust that keeps Kelly Hayes Photography/Courtesy photo
European-style dinner rolls in the Peggy Phillips of Columbus, seated, and her granddaughter, Miriam Madan, 14, show samples Monday of some of
domain of professionals, who use the made-from-scratch goodies to be found at the Country Store Bake Sale at the Stephen D. Lee Home Tuesday.
steam-injected ovens to expose It begins promptly at 10 a.m. Shoppers can stop by the Lee Home at 316 Seventh St. N. beginning at 8 a.m. Tues-
the developing crust to moisture. day to pick up a number to line up before the sale, and to get a preview peek. The event sponsored by the Associ-
We wanted a reliable recipe for ation for the Preservation of Antiquities in Columbus and Lowndes County supports upkeep of the historic home.
rolls as good as any from a Euro-

Just in time for Thanksgiving, Country Store
pean bakery.
Unfortunately, when we tasted
our first batch, we found a dense,
bland crumb beneath a leathery
crust. The flavor was easy enough
to improve: We added whole-
wheat flour for earthiness ( just
3 tablespoons did the trick) and
Bake Sale returns for a 58th year
honey for sweetness. Extra yeast BY JAN SWOOPE was also the year it burned.”
opened the crumb slightly, but it jswoope@cdispatch.com IF YOU GO: A fire in December 1959 de-
WHO: Association for the Preservation

N
wasn’t enough. of Antiquities in Columbus and Lowndes stroyed the school that the home
The crumb structure of arti- ext Tuesday marks the red County was connected to, where it served as
san-style loaves is achieved with letter day — the 58th annual WHAT: 58th annual Country Store Bake
Sale the home economics building. The
a wet dough, so we ultimately Country Store Bake Sale at
WHEN: Tuesday, Nov. 20; 10 a.m.-noon house was severely damaged, but
found success when we upped the Stephen D. Lee Home in Colum- (may end earlier if sold out) immediate efforts by concerned cit-
the hydration of our roll dough. bus. It’s a highlight in the commu- WHERE: Stephen D. Lee Home, 316 izens saved the structure from dem-
The water created steam during nity’s countdown to Thanksgiving. Seventh St. N., Columbus
ADMISSION: Free. For more information, olition. They were given permission
baking, opening up the crumb When the doors open at 10 a.m. Nov.
contact Paulette Garton, 662-364-7080. to restore the former home of CSA
and making it airier. 20, the line of people already formed
will fill the antebellum landmark as Gen. Stephen D. Lee, first president
For an ultracrisp crust, we
shoppers select from made-from- of the Agricultural and Mechanical
came up with a two-step process years, the sale has generated many
scratch cakes, cookies, pies, can- College of Mississippi — now Mis-
that mimicked a steam-injected thousands of dollars toward the
oven: First, we misted the rolls dies, breads, cheese straws, jellies sissippi State University. Lee was
upkeep of the circa 1847 Lee Home,
with water before starting them and more for their Thanksgiving ta- also instrumental in the congressio-
which is listed on the National Reg-
in a cake pan at a high tempera- bles. The made-from-scratch sweets nal passage of the law creating the
ister of Historic Places.
ture to help set their shape (since and savories are made by many of “I love supporting the Country Vicksburg National Park in 1899
the dough was soft, individually the city’s good cooks. Peggy Phil- Store Bake Sale because I feel very and was its first superintendent. He
baked rolls turned out squat). lips is one of them. She never has to connected to the house itself,” was also president of the Mississippi
Next, we lowered the tempera- be asked twice to bake something Phillips said. “It was part of S.D. Lee Historical Society and trustee of the
ture, pulled the rolls apart, and special for the event sponsored by High School, and my mother taught Mississippi Department of Archives
returned them to the oven on the Association for the Preservation math there. And later, when it had and History. He was described by
a baking sheet until they were of Antiquities in Columbus and become Lee Junior High, I was an some colleagues as “the father of in-
golden on all sides. We do not Lowndes County. Throughout the eighth-grade student there — that See Country Store, 6B
recommend mixing this dough by
hand.
See Rolls, 6B

Want a crisp and moist Thanksgiving turkey Invite your kids
with mahogany skin? No sweat to help make this
BY AMERICA’S TEST
KITCHEN
has already been brined
for juicy flavor (a kosher
chocolate cake
bird, which has been salted,

U
BY AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN
nless you have access works well, too).

T
to multiple ovens, A combination of high his chocolate sheet cake
only a very large and low heat produced a ten- requires that you use
turkey will do when you’ve der, juicy bird with deeply Dutch-processed cocoa
got a crowd coming to din- browned skin. We boosted powder. What exactly is that? A
ner. But finding a container the savory flavor with the process called Dutching, which
large enough to brine a gar- addition of onion, carrot was invented in the 19th century
gantuan bird can be tricky, and celery, and a quartered by a Dutch chemist and chocolatier
and turning the bird in the lemon added bright, clean named Coenraad Van Houten, rais-
oven (our usual method for flavor. es cocoa powder’s pH level, which
evenly cooked meat) can be After roasting, we gives the cocoa a fuller flavor and
tricky. allowed the turkey to rest deeper color. Dutch-processed co-
We wanted the Norman so the juices could redis- coa (sometimes called “alkalized”
Rockwell picture of perfec- tribute. If you are reluctant or “European- style” cocoa) is the
tion: a crisp, mahogany skin to rotate the turkey, skip best choice for most baked goods.
wrapped around tender, the step of lining the V-rack Using a natural (or “unalkalized”)
moist meat. And it had to with foil and roast the bird Daniel J. van Ackere/America’s Test Kitchen via AP
cocoa powder results in a drier
be easy to prepare in a real breast side up for the full A combination of high and low heat produces a tender, juicy cake. Follow this recipe with your
home kitchen. We chose time. bird with deeply browned skin. This recipe appears in the kids.
a Butterball turkey, which See Turkey, 6B cookbook “ATB Holiday Entertaining.” See Cake, 6B
6B Wednesday, November 14, 2018 The Dispatch • www.cdispatch.com

Country Store
Continued from Page 5B
dustrial education in the South.” Phillips said, “We are so brownies ... and this year, I’m 2018 Country Store. As in years past, $1 tickets
“He was quite a remarkable grateful to the people who making Mississippi tea cakes. “We are so excited about all for a drawing to win a center-
man,” said Phillips, a Lee Home saved the home from being torn They are tiny tea cakes cut out the delicious things everyone is piece by Mildred Austin will be
docent. “He was honored by down after the 1959 fire de- in the shape of the state.” The bringing for the bake sale,” said available at the front table.
three U.S. presidents and was stroyed Lee Junior High. Today recipe is one Phillips custom- Garton, noting that the list of Free tours of the museum
respected by thousands. In it holds a wealth of information ized, from the cookbook “Come contributing cooks is about 16 will be given Tuesday morning.
reporting his death, one of the about life in Columbus in the on In!” pages long. “There is no way to overstate
midwestern newspapers said late 1800s and also a peek into She’s been getting a bit Although the sale doesn’t the importance of the Country
that, in his writings and speech- the early- to mid-1900s. It’s of help from her 14-year- begin until 10 a.m. sharp, shop- Store,” said Stephen D. Lee
es, he had done much to heal such a treasure for Columbus.” old granddaughter, Miriam pers can stop by the Lee Home
Foundation President Eulalie
the wounds between the north Madan. The Heritage Academy at 316 Seventh St. N. beginning
Davis. “These funds help us
and the south, that he had eighth-grader is practicing her at 8 a.m. Tuesday to pick up a
taken Rebels and Yankees and For the holiday table tasting and wrapping skills. number to lineup shortly before
with repairs, maintenance, and
made Americans of them.” Phillips enjoys making a Bake sale goodies are festively doors open — and to get a peek building projects as well as pay
The Lee Home, which is variety of treats for the annual presented, making them attrac- at the treats available. our insurance. The Lee Home
available to rent, now serves Country Store that has helped tive as holiday hostess gifts. “We’re doing something just Board is grateful to these ladies
as the site of weddings, recep- with Lee Home projects such as “I’ve been learning a little a little different this year,” said who work hard to make the
tions, meetings and educational a new roof and wheelchair-ac- in the kitchen, but I also like Garton, explaining that when event a success and to the com-
events. It’s also open for tours cessible ramp. eating what she makes,” Madan doors open, the first 10 num- munity members who come
on Fridays from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. “I’ve made something differ- grinned, referring to her grand- bers will be admitted for “a cou- shop. It is a delicious way to
Upstairs it houses the Florence ent just about every year. I’ve mother’s specialties. ple of minutes” before the next contribute to historic preserva-
McLeod Hazard Museum. made cakes, cookies, toffee, Paulette Garton chairs the 10 numbers go in, and so on. tion in Columbus.”

Cake
Continued from Page 5B
The recipe for choc- plus cooling time) 13-by-9-inch metal baking pan until smooth, making sure to cake into pieces and serve. percent power for 1 minute.
olate frosting calls for with vegetable oil spray. scrape corners of saucepan. Stop microwave and stir with
Vegetable oil spray n In medium bowl, whisk n Use rubber spatula to rubber spatula. Heat in mi-
just three ingredients, 1 1/2 cups sugar together sugar, flour, baking scrape batter into greased MILK CHOCOLATE crowave at 50 percent power
but they are transformed 1 1/4 cups all- purpose flour soda and salt. baking pan and smooth top
by the microwave and 1/2 teaspoon baking soda n In large saucepan, combine (ask an adult for help because FROSTING until melted, 1 to 2 minutes.
Remove bowl from microwave.
1/2 teaspoon salt chocolate chips, milk and saucepan will be heavy). Makes about 2 Cups
refrigerator. Don’t use Prep Time: 5 Minutes n Add softened butter to
1 1/3 cups bittersweet or cocoa. Place saucepan over n Place baking pan in oven. chocolate mixture and use
salted butter in the recipe semisweet chocolate chips low heat and cook, whisking Bake until toothpick inserted Cook time: 10 minutes, plus 1
hour chilling time whisk to stir and break up
that makes enough to 1 cup whole milk often, until chocolate chips in center comes out with few large butter pieces. Let sit
frost 12 cupcakes or one 3/4 cup Dutch-processed are melted and mixture is crumbs attached, 30 to 35
cocoa powder smooth, about 5 minutes. minutes. 1 1/3 cups milk chocolate until butter is fully melted,
sheet cake. 2/3 cup vegetable oil n Turn off heat. Slide sauce- n Use oven mitts to remove chips about 5 minutes. Whisk until
4 large eggs pan to cool burner and let baking pan from oven (ask an 1/3 cup heavy cream completely smooth.
1 teaspoon vanilla extract mixture cool slightly, about 5 adult for help). Place baking 8 tablespoons unsalted n Refrigerate frosting until
CHOCOLATE Milk chocolate frosting (recipe minutes. pan on cooling rack and let butter, cut into 8 pieces and cooled and thickened, about
1 hour.
follows) n Add oil, eggs and vanilla to cake cool completely in pan, softened
SHEET CAKE saucepan with chocolate mix- about 2 hours. n Use electric mixer to beat
Servings: 15 n Adjust oven rack to middle ture and whisk until smooth, n Use icing spatula to spread n In large microwave-safe frosting on medium-high
Start to finish: 1 hour, 15 min- position and heat oven to 325 about 30 seconds. frosting evenly over cooled bowl, combine chocolate and speed until frosting is light
utes (Inactive time: 1 hour, F. Spray bottom and sides of n Add flour mixture and whisk cake (see photo, right). Cut cream. Heat microwave at 50 and fluffy, 30 seconds.

Turkey
Continued from Page 5B
You can’t serve turkey your turkey, you may add with half of salt and half of position and heat oven to strainer into large container, Add defatted drippings, if
without gravy (and if you the giblets and neck along pepper. Place turkey, breast 450 F. Toss thighs; giblets, if pressing on solids to extract using, to taste, then season
side down, on V-rack. Brush using; carrots; celery; onions; as much liquid as possible; with salt and pepper to taste,
ask us, the same goes with the thighs or wings. with remaining 2 tablespoons and garlic together in large discard solids. and serve.
for mashed potatoes and Discard the strong-tast- melted butter and sprinkle with roasting pan and spray with n Let strained turkey broth Nutrition information per serv-
stuffing, too), but this key ing liver before using the remaining salt and pepper. vegetable oil spray. Roast, settle (if necessary), then ing of turkey: 567 calories;
part of any holiday feast giblets. n Roast turkey 1 hour. Remove stirring occasionally, until spoon off and reserve 1/2 287 calories from fat; 32 g
is often left to the last min- For more flavor, after pan from oven; baste with well browned, 1 1/2 to 1 3/4 cup of fat that has risen to top fat (10 g saturated; 0 g trans
juices from pan. Using dish hours. (add butter as needed if short fats); 215 mg cholesterol;
ute, frantically cobbled roasting the turkey, skim towel or 2 large wads of paper n Transfer contents of roast- on turkey fat). Heat fat in 500 mg sodium; 3 g carbohy-
together once the bird the drippings from the towels, rotate turkey breast ing pan to Dutch oven. Add Dutch oven over medium-high drate; 1 g fiber; 1 g sugar; 66
emerges from the oven. pan and slowly add them side up. If liquid in pan has broth, wine and thyme sprigs heat until bubbling. Whisk g protein.
Our make-ahead gravy to the gravy (tasting as totally evaporated, add another and bring to boil, skimming in flour and cook, whisking Nutrition information per
relieves some of the stress you go so the gravy does 1/2 cup water. Lower oven as needed. Reduce to gentle constantly, until well browned, serving of gravy: 92 calories;
temperature to 325 degrees. simmer and cook until broth 3 to 7 minutes. 39 calories from fat; 4 g fat (1
of holiday hosting and not become overly salty). Return turkey to oven and is brown and flavorful and n Slowly whisk in turkey broth g saturated; 0 g trans fats);
even boasts bigger turkey continue to roast until breast measures about 8 cups when and bring to boil. Reduce to 4 mg cholesterol; 69 mg
flavor than your typical registers 160 F and thighs strained, about 1 1/2 hours. simmer and cook until gravy is sodium; 7 g carbohydrate; 1 g
gravy recipe. Good gravy ROAST TURKEY register 175 F, about 2 hours Strain broth through fine-mesh very thick, 10 to 15 minutes. fiber; 1 g sugar; 2 g protein.
longer.
comes from good stock, FOR A CROWD n Remove turkey from oven.
so we started by roasting Servings: 20-24 Gently tip turkey up so that any
turkey parts with chopped Start to finish: 3 hours 30 accumulated juices in cavity
carrots, celery, onions and minutes (plus 30 minutes for run into roasting pan. Transfer
resting) turkey to carving board. Let
garlic.
rest, uncovered, for 35 to 40
Once the meat was 3 onions, chopped coarse minutes. Carve turkey and
deeply browned and the 3 carrots, chopped coarse serve.
vegetables caramelized, 3 celery ribs, chopped coarse
1 lemon, quartered
we transferred everything 2 sprigs fresh thyme
to a Dutch oven. Chicken 5 tablespoons unsalted butter, MAKE-AHEAD
broth and white wine plus melted
some sprigs of thyme 1 (18- to 22-pound) turkey, TURKEY GRAVY
neck and giblets removed and Makes about 2 quarts
promised flavorful, savory reserved for gravy, if desired Start to finish: 4 hours 30
complexity. 1 cup water, plus more as minutes
Following a lengthy needed
simmer, we strained out 1 teaspoon salt 6 turkey thighs, trimmed, or 9
1 teaspoon pepper wings, separated at joints
the solids and proceeded Reserved turkey giblets and
with our gravy making n Adjust oven rack to lowest neck, optional
(though the stock can be position. Heat oven to 425 F. 2 medium carrots, chopped
refrigerated or frozen for Line large V-rack with heavy-du- coarse
ty foil and poke several holes 2 medium celery ribs, chopped
later use). We used the coarse
in foil. Set V-rack in large
stock’s fat to build a roux, roasting pan and spray foil with 2 medium onions, chopped
browning a cup of flour vegetable oil spray. coarse
in the heated fat before n Toss half of onions, carrots, 1 head garlic, halved
whisking in the stock. celery, lemon and thyme with Vegetable oil spray
1 tablespoon melted butter in 10 cups chicken broth, plus
The finished gravy extra as needed
medium bowl and place inside
boasted all the body of a turkey. Tie legs together with 2 cups dry white wine
traditional preparation, kitchen twine and tuck wings 12 sprigs fresh thyme
but it was ready with behind back. Scatter remaining Unsalted butter, as needed
time to spare and offered vegetables into roasting pan. 1 cup all-purpose flour
n Pour 1 cup water over veg- Salt and pepper
incredible meaty depth. etable mixture. Brush turkey Defatted turkey drippings,
If you wish to make this breast with 2 tablespoons optional
gravy at the same time as melted butter, then sprinkle n Adjust oven rack to middle

Rolls
Continued from Page 5B
and knead until dough is in center and seven around
RUSTIC DINNER ROLLS smooth and slightly sticky, edges, with cut side facing up
Servings: 16 about 1 minute. Transfer and long side of each piece
Start to finish: Total time dough to lightly greased running from center to edge
5 hours (Active time: 30 large bowl or container, cover of pan. Cover loosely with
minutes) tightly with plastic, and let greased plastic.
3 cups (16 1/2 ounces)
rise until doubled in size, 1 to n Let rolls rise until nearly
1 1/2 hours. doubled in size and dough
bread flour n Using greased bowl scrap- springs back minimally when
3 tablespoons whole-wheat
flour er (or your fingertips), fold poked gently with your knuck-
1 1/2 teaspoons instant or dough over itself by gently le, about 30 minutes.
rapid-rise yeast lifting and folding edge of Adjust oven rack to middle po-
1 1/2 cups plus 1 tablespoon dough toward middle. Turn sition and heat oven to 500 F.
water, room temperature bowl 90 degrees and fold Mist rolls with water and bake
2 teaspoons honey dough again; repeat turning until tops are brown, about
1 1/2 teaspoons salt bowl and folding dough 2 10 minutes. Remove rolls
more times (total of 4 folds). from oven and reduce oven
n Whisk bread flour, whole- Cover tightly with plastic temperature to 400 F.
wheat flour, and yeast and let rise for 30 minutes. n Carefully invert rolls out
together in bowl of stand Repeat folding, then cover of pans onto baking sheet
mixer. Whisk water and honey bowl tightly with plastic and and let cool slightly. Turn
together in 4-cup liquid mea- let dough rise until doubled in rolls right side up, pull apart,
suring cup until honey has size, about 30 minutes. and arrange evenly on sheet.
dissolved. n Grease two 9-inch round Continue to bake until deep
n Using dough hook on low cake pans. Press down on golden brown, 10 to 15 min-
speed, slowly add water dough to deflate. Transfer utes, rotating sheet halfway
mixture to flour mixture and dough to well-floured counter, through baking. Transfer rolls
mix until cohesive dough sprinkle lightly with flour, and to wire rack and let cool com-
starts to form and no dry flour divide in half. Stretch each pletely, about 1 hour, before
remains, about 2 minutes, half into even 16-inch log and serving.
scraping down bowl and hook cut into 8 equal pieces (about Nutrition information per serv-
as needed. Cover bowl tightly 2 ounces each). Using your ing: 101 calories; 4 calories
with plastic wrap and let well-floured hands, gently pick from fat; 0 g fat (0 g satu-
dough rest for 30 minutes. up each piece and roll in your rated; 0 g trans fats); 0 mg
n Add salt to dough and mix palms to coat with flour, shak- cholesterol; 219 mg sodium;
on low speed for 5 minutes. ing off excess. Arrange rolls 21 g carbohydrate; 1 g fiber; 1
Increase speed to medium in prepared pans, placing one g sugar; 3 g protein.
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Lakeview ComputerOF MISSISSIPPI4510 Garage Sales 7100 Commercial Property
9000 Transportation
ment recorded 1410 InterioronDecorators
Octo- Loan Servicing, LLC by COUNTY OF LOWNDES 9050 Auto Accessories/Parts
Bargain Column Ad must fit inLand 4 linessituated in the
(approximately
County of Lowndes in
ber 22, 2018,
spread at
and Repair instrument dated July
1440 Jewelry/Watch
large upon 31, 2015
1470 Lawn Care/Landscapingin Book MORT
3150 Domestic
3170recorded
and
Help
Engineering WHEREAS, default
4540 General Merchandise
4570hasHousehold 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
the State of MS $100 or the records in the of- 32002015
General atHelp Wanted 4630 Lawn & Garden
occurred in the perform- 7190 Land for Rent/Lease
1500aforesaid
Locksmiths 9200 Aviation
less ONLY. More than one item may be in same ad, but prices fice of the Page 181943250 of Management
the Positions
ance of the covenants, 4660 Merchandise Rentals 7200 Mobile Homes
9250 Boats & Marine
Lot 207, Parklawn Sub- Chancery1530 Machinery
Clerk Repair aforesaid Chancery
in Book 3300 Medical/Dental terms and conditions of Instruments
may not total over $100, no relists. division, Fourth Exten- 2018, Page 1560 Mobile
22296, Home Services
pri- Clerk's office; a Deed of Trust dated
4690 Musical 7250 Mobile Home Spaces
9300 Camper/R.V.’s
3350andOpportunity Information
April 19, 2013, ex- 4700 Satellites 7300 Office Spaces
Free Pets
sion, Columbus, Missis- or to the1590 posting
Moving &and Storage 9350 Golf Carts
3400 Part-Time 4720 Sporting Goods 7350 Resort Rentals
Up to 4 lines, runs for 6 days. sippi, as recorded in publication 1620 of this& no-
Painting Papering WHEREAS, Lakeview ecuted by VICKIE LAS- 9400 Motorcycles/ATVs
Plat Book 3 at Page 32 tice; and 3450
Loan Servicing, LLC has Positions Wanted HON HARGROVE 4750 Stereos & TV’s
, MAL- 7400 River Property
Lost & Found Up to 6 lines, ad will on file in the office of
run for 6 days.
the Chancery Clerk of WHEREAS,
1650 Pest Control
1680default
Plumbing hav- Shapiro & Massey,
3500
heretofore substituted Professional COME JAMES HAR-
LLC GROVE, conveying cer-
3550 Restaurant/Hotel
4780 Wanted To Buy 7450 Rooms
7500 Storage & Garages
9450 Trailers/Heavy Equipment
9500 Trucks, Vans & Buses
Lowndes County, Mis- ing been1710 madePrintingin the as Trustee by Sales/Marketing tain real property
3600instru- 9550 Wanted to Buy
These ads are taken by fax, e-mail or in person at sissippi. terms and
the deed1770
1740conditions
Roofing & Guttering
of Saws
trust, and
of ment dated September therein described to
27, 2018 3650Trades
and recorded DENISE MCLAURIN, as
7520 Vacation Rentals
7550 Wanted to Rent
our office. Ads will not be take by telephone. Commonly known as:
& Lawn Mowers
the entire debt secured in the aforesaid 3700Truck Driving Trustee, for REGIONS
Chan- 7600 Waterfront Property
430 Summerhaven thereby having been de- cery Clerk's Office in BANK D/B/A REGIONS
Drive, Columbus, MS clared to be due and Book MORT 2018 at MORTGAGE, Original Be-
Legal Notices 0010 Legal Notices 0010 39702
Legal Notices 0010 payable
Legal Noticesin accordance
0010 Page 21816;
Legal Notices 0010and Legal Noticesto0010
neficiary, secure the Building & Remodeling 1120 General Services 1360 Tree Services 1860
with the terms of the indebtedness therein
NOTICE OF ELECTION KELLOCK L ROBERTSON I WILL CONVEY only deed of trust, and the WHEREAS, default hav- described, as same ap- CJ'S ROOFING & HOME WORK WANTED: VICKERS TREE
(WILLCUTT), whose such title as vested in legal holder of said in- ing been made in the pears of record in the REMODELING. Roofing Licensed & Bonded-car- SERVICE, LLC
Pursuant to the provi- whereabouts are un- me as Substituted debtedness, LPP Mort- terms and conditions of office of the Chancery (Shingles or Metal) & pentry, painting, & de- Tree trimming and re-
sions of Section 69-27- known, must answer Trustee. gage, Inc., f/k/a LPP said deed of trust and Clerk of Lowndes Roof Repairs, Concrete molition. Landscaping, moval. Fully insured.
31, Mississippi Code ROBERT J Mortgage, LTD, has re- the entire debt secured County, Mississippi filed Pressure Washing, Car- gutters cleaned, bush Free estimates.
1972 Annotated, an ROBERTSON’s Petition WITNESS MY SIGNA- quested the under- thereby having been de- and recorded April 22, pentry & Handyman hogging, clean-up work, Call Curt 662-418-0889
election will be held on for Hearing to Correct TURE on this 2nd day of signed Substitute Trust- clared to be due and 2013, in Deed Book Work. Veteran & Senior pressure washing, mov- or 662-549-2902
Thursday, December 6, Calculation of Arrears by November, 2018. ee to execute the trust payable in accordance 2013, Page 11505 , Discounts! 662-397- ing help & furniture “A cut above the rest”
2018 to elect three (3) December 21, 2018, or, and sell said land, prop- with the terms of said and re-recorded May 22, 0800, FREE ESTIMATE. repair. 662-242-3608
commissioners for the thereafter, a judgment Shapiro & Massey, LLC erty and improvements deed of trust, Lakeview 2013 in Deed Book
Lowndes County Soil by default may be SUBSTITUTED TRUSTEE in accordance with the Loan Servicing, LLC, the 2013, Page 14737; and Good Things To Eat 2150
and Water Conserva- rendered against her in terms of the deed of legal holder of said in- HOME REPAIRS & CON- Lawn Care / Landscaping
tion District from beats Case No.: 01-DR-2007- Shapiro & Massey, LLC trust for the purpose of debtedness, having re- WHEREAS, the benefi- STRUCTION WORK
____1______, 000358.01, Circuit 1080 River Oaks Drive raising the sums due quested the under- cial interest of said WANTED. Carpentry, 1470
_____3_____, and Court of Jefferson Suite B-202 thereunder, together signed Substituted Deed of Trust was trans- small concrete jobs,
_____5_____. County, Alabama. Flowood, MS 39232 with attorney's fees, Trustee to execute the ferred and assigned to JESSE & BEVERLY'S
electrical, plumbing, LAWN SERVICE. Mow-
(601) 981-9299 Substitute Trustee’s trust and sell said land REGIONS BANK D/B/A roof repairs, pressure
VOTING PLACE - TIME - PUBLISH: 10/31, 11/7, fees and expenses of and property in accord- REGIONS MORTGAGE; ing, cleanup, landscap-
washing and mobile ing, sodding, & tree cut-
LOCATION 11/14 & 11/21/2018 430 Summerhaven sale; ance with the terms of and home roof coating and
Drive said deed of trust and ting. 356-6525.
underpinning. No job
Beat #: ______1______ SUBSTITUTED TRUST- Columbus, MS 39702 THEREFORE, on Decem- for the purpose of rais- WHEREAS, the under- too small. 549-7031.
Place: Shop and Save EE'S NOTICE OF SALE 18-021568MS ber 5, 2018, the under- ing the sums due there- signed, Rubin Lublin,
From 9:00 A.M. To 4:00 signed Substitute Trust- under, together with at- LLC has been appoin- Painting & Papering 1620
P.M. WHEREAS, on February Publication Dates: ee in the deed of trust, torney's fees, trustee's ted as Substitute Trust-
Location: 5730 Caledo- 18, 2009, Glenda F. November 14, 21, and will offer for sale at pub- fees and expense of ee; and SUGGS CONSTRUCTION
Building, remodeling, SULLIVAN'S PAINT
nia Koloa Road, Caledo- Richardson, a single wo- 28, 2018 lic outcry and sell to the sale. SERVICE
nia, MS 39740 man executed a certain highest bidder for cash, NOW, THEREFORE, the metal roofing, painting Certified in lead
within legal hours (be- NOW, THEREFORE, I, holder of said Deed of & all home repairs.
deed of trust to Ellis & SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S removal. Offering spe-
Beat #: ______2______ Ellis, Trustee for the be- NOTICE OF SALE ing between the hours Shapiro & Massey, LLC, Trust, having requested 662-242-3471 cial prices on interior &
Place: H&R AgriPower nefit of Mortgage Elec- of 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 Substituted Trustee in the undersigned so to exterior painting, pres-
From 9:00 A.M. To 4:00 tronic Registration Sys- WHEREAS, on August p.m.) at the Southeast said deed of trust, will do, as Substitute Trust- Excavating 1300 sure washing & sheet
P.M. tems, Inc., as nominee 17, 2007, Glory A. front door of the on November 28, 2018 ee or his duly appoin- rock repairs.
Location: 901 Hwy. 45 for Taylor, Bean & Whi- Hughes, a single per- Lowndes County Court- offer for sale at public ted agent, by virtue of Free Estimates
house in Columbus, outcry and sell within the power, duty and au- Clay gravel, fill clay, &
North, Columbus, MS taker Mortgage Corp., son, executed a deed of top soil for sale! Easy Call 435-6528
39701 its successors and as- trust for the benefit of Mississippi, the follow- legal hours (being thority vested and im-
posed upon said Substi- access off 82 East.
signs which deed of Southeast Funding, Inc., ing described land, between the hours of
Can load and deliver.
Beat #: ______3______ trust is of record in the which deed of trust was property and improve- 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 tute Trustee shall, on Stokes Excavation:
Place: Brown’s Farm ments lying and being p.m.), at the Southeast December 12, 2018 Stump Removal 1790
office of the Chancery recorded on August 17, 662-689-0089
Supply From 9:00 A.M. Clerk of Lowndes 2007, in Book 2007, situate in Lowndes Door of the County within the lawful hours
To 4:00 P.M. County, State of Missis- Page 24707, in the of- County, Mississippi, to- Courthouse of Lowndes of sale between
Location: 901 Alabama sippi in Book 2009 at fice of the Chancery wit: County, located at 11:00AM and 4:00PM
St. Columbus, MS Columbus, Mississippi, at the southeast front General Services 1360
Page 5753; and Clerk of Lowndes
39702 County, Mississippi; Lot No 214 in Chilcutt to the highest and best door of Courthouse pro- MUSIC THEORY LES-
WHEREAS, U.S. Bank and Subdivision, First Exten- bidder for cash the fol- ceed to sell at public SONS
Beat #: ______4______ Trust, N.A., as Trustee sion, a subdivision of lowing described prop- outcry to the highest $25 per hour
Place: Carson’s Store for LSF9 Master Parti- WHEREAS, the afore- Lowndes County, Mis- erty situated in Lowndes and best bidder for cash Chords, Scales, Modes
From 9:00 A.M. To 4:00 cipation Trust has here- mentioned Deed of sissippi, as shown by County, State of Missis- or certified funds ONLY, & more! Call Jimbo @ ALLSTUMP GRINDING GREENS: MUSTARD,
P.M. plat recorded in Plat sippi, to-wit: the following described 662-364-1687 SERVICE turnips, & collards! All
tofore substituted Sha- Trust was assigned by GET 'ER DONE! you want! 662-356-
Location: 2610 Carson piro & Massey, LLC as Southeast Funding Inc. Book 2 at page 30 in property situated in If no answer leave
Road, Crawford, MS the office of the Chan- The following described Lowndes County, Mis- We can grind all your 6569, 662-251-100, or
Trustee by instrument to New South Federal voicemail or text.
sissippi, to wit: stumps. Hard to reach 662-304-7993.
39743 dated April 30, 2018 Savings Bank, by instru- cery Clerk of Lowndes real estate located in
places, blown over
and recorded in the ment dated August 23, County, Mississippi sub- Lowndes County, Mis- NEED HOLIDAY HELP?
roots, hillsides, back-
Beat #: ______5______ aforesaid Chancery 2007, and recorded on ject to the restrictive sissippi, to-wit: LOT NO. 72 OF AND IN Personal Assistant for PEEPLES PECANS
Place: Lowndes County Clerk's Office in Book covenants contained in PARKLAWN SUBDIVI- hire! SKILLS: Home De- yards, pastures. Free Custom cracking,
August 24, 2007, in estimates. You find it,
SWCD Office From 9:00 MORT 2018 at Page Book 2007, Page that certain deed from Lot No. 73 of Northaven SION, A SUBDIVISION IN cor; Staging; Shopping; shelling, & blowing your
A.M. To 4:00 P.M. Jack Chilcutt to Hous- Woods, a subdivision of AND TO THE CITY OF Driver; Childcare, etc. we'll grind it! pecans. We also sell
9168; and 25396 of the records of 662-361-8379
Location: 2282 Martin the aforesaid Chancery ing, Inc., dated July 18, the City of Columbus, COLUMBUS, LOWNDES Dependable, Punctual, shelled, halved, &
Luther King Jr. Drive WHEREAS, default hav- Clerk; and 1958, filed for record Lowndes County, Mis- COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI, & Discreet. Please call pieces! 662-574-1660.
Suite 1, Columbus, MS ing been made in the on October 3, 1958 and sissippi, as shown by AS SHOWN BY THE MAP 662-352-4460.
39705 terms and conditions of WHEREAS, the afore- recorded in Book 280 at the map or plat thereof OR PLAT THEREOF OF
pages 456-457. as recorded in Subdivi- RECORD IN SUBDIVI- Tree Services 1860
said deed of trust and mentioned Deed of RETAINER WALL, drive- General Help Wanted 3200
Signed by Authority of the entire debt secured Trust was assigned by sion Plat Book 2 at SION PLAT BOOK NO. 2 way, foundation, con-
I WILL CONVEY only Page 120 in the Land AT PAGE 44 IN THE A&T Tree Service
the Mississippi Soil and thereby having been de- Federal Deposit Insur- crete, masonry restora- Bucket truck & stump PROFESSIONAL FIRM
Water Conservation clared to be due and ance Corporation as Re- such title as is vested Records in the office of CHANCERY CLERK`S tion, remodeling, base- removal. Free est. seeks FT candidate w/
Commission as recor- payable in accordance ceiver for New South in me as Substitute the Chancery Clerk, OFFICE OF LOWNDES ment foundation, re- Serving Columbus bookkeeping, payroll ex-
ded in its minutes of Ju- with the terms of said Federal Savings Bank, Trustee. Lowndes County, Mis- COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI; pairs, small dump truck since 1987. Senior perience. Accounting de-
ly 23, 2018. deed of trust, U.S. Bank Irondale, Alabama to sissippi. SUBJECT TO THE RE- hauling (5-6 yd) load & citizen disc. Call Alvin @ gree required, Quick-
Trust, N.A., as Trustee Beal Bank, by instru- WITNESS MY SIGNA- SERVATION OF EASE- demolition/lot cleaning. 242-0324/241-4447 Books & payroll expert-
Mark E. Gilbert for LSF9 Master Parti- ment dated April 21, TURE, this the 1st day Being the same prop- MENTS FOR UTILITY Burr Masonry "We'll go out on a limb ise, Ind. tax prep experi-
Executive Director, cipation Trust, the legal 2010, and recorded on of November, 2018. erty conveyed to Mi- AND DRAINAGE IN- 662-242-0259. for you!" ence preferred & ability
MSWCC holder of said indebted- May 6, 2010, in Book chael Jackson by deed STALLATION AS SET to work well w/ a vari-
ness, having requested 2010, Page 8775 of the /s/ James L. DeLoach from Alexander Brandon FORTH IN THE RE- General Help Wanted 3200 ety of people. Please
PUBLISH: 11/7, 11/14, the undersigned Substi- records of the afore- McCalla Raymer Leibert and wife, Emily Nicole STRICTIVE COVENANTS send resumes to:
& 11/21/2018 tuted Trustee to ex- said Chancery Clerk; Pierce, LLC Taylor Brandon, formerly WRITTEN ON SAID RE- Blind Box 659 c/o
Substitute Trustee known as Nicole Taylor CORDED PLAT; AND Commercial Dispatch
NOTICE TO CREDITORS ecute the trust and sell and 299 South 9th Street recorded 05/18/2010 SUBJECT TO SAID RE-
said land and property PO Box 511
in accordance with the WHEREAS, the afore- Oxford, MS 38655 in Deed Book 2010 STRICTIVE COVENANTS Columbus, MS 39703
THE STATE OF MISSIS- (770)643-2148 Page 2656, in the of- AND CONDITIONS AS
SIPPI terms of said deed of mentioned Deed of
trust and for the pur- Trust was assigned by Foreclosurehotline.net fice of the Chancery SHOWN BY AND WRIT-
LOWNDES COUNTY File No.: 5264218 Clerk of Lowndes TEN ON SAID RECOR-
pose of raising the Beal Bank to Property
sums due thereunder, Acceptance Corp., by in- County, Mississippi. DED PLAT.
Letters Testamentary PUBLISH: 11/14/2018, CONTRACTOR SEEKING
have been granted and together with attorney's strument dated April 21, 11/21/2018, I WILL CONVEY only PROPERTY ADDRESS: experienced carpenter
issued to the under- fees, trustee's fees and 2010, and recorded on with lots of experience.
expense of sale. May 6, 2010, in Book 11/28/2018 such title as vested in The street address of
signed upon the estate me as Substituted the property is believed Please call:
of VESSIE KATE EVANS 2010, Page 8777 of the 662-570-9464 for info.
Trustee. to be 412 WINTERSET
deceased, by the Chan- NOW, THEREFORE, I, records of the afore- SUBSTITUTED TRUST-
DRIVE, COLUMBUS, MS
cery Court of Lowndes Shapiro & Massey, LLC, said Chancery Clerk; EE'S NOTICE OF SALE
WITNESS MY SIGNA- 39702. In the event of
County, Mississippi, on Substituted Trustee in and
TURE on this 19th day any discrepancy
the 8th day of Novem- said deed of trust, will WHEREAS, on Novem- THE COMMERCIAL Dis-
of October, 2018. between this street ad-
ber, A.D., 2018. This is on December 5, 2018 WHEREAS, the afore- ber 23, 2011, Michael
dress and the legal de- patch is seeking a
to give notice to all per- offer for sale at public mentioned Deed of Jackson executed a cer-
Shapiro & Massey, LLC scription of the prop- mechanically-minded in-
sons having claims outcry and sell within Trust was assigned by tain deed of trust to dividual to work in its
legal hours (being Property Acceptance Timios Inc., Trustee for SUBSTITUTED TRUSTEE erty, the legal descrip-
against said estate to tion shall control. pressroom. Applicants
Probate and Register between the hours of Corp. to LPP Mortgage the benefit of Mortgage must be comfortable
11:00 a.m. and 4:00 LTD, by instrument Electronic Registration Shapiro & Massey, LLC
same with the Chan- Title to the above de- working around heavy
cery Clerk of Lowndes p.m.), at the Southeast dated April 21, 2010, Systems, Inc., as nom- 1080 River Oaks Drive machinery, adhering to
Door of the County and recorded on May 6, inee for American Finan- Suite B-202 scribed property is be-
County, Mississippi, Flowood, MS 39232 lieved to be good, but I tight deadlines and
within ninety (90) days Courthouse of Lowndes 2010, in Book 2010, cial Resources, Inc., its must have an eye for
(601) 981-9299 will convey only such
from this date. A failure County, located at 505 Page 8780 of the re- successors and as-
title as is vested in me detail & quality. Flexible
to so Probate and Re- 2nd Avenue North, cords of the aforesaid signs which deed of General Help Wanted 3200 hours are a must. Email
Columbus, MS 39701, Chancery Clerk; and trust is of record in the 105 Gardenia Drive as Substitute Trustee.
gister said claim will Columbus, MS 39705 resume to
forever bar the same. to the highest and best office of the Chancery mfloyd@cdispatch.com
bidder for cash or certi- WHEREAS, LPP Mort- Clerk of Lowndes 18-022215AH THIS LAW FIRM IS AT-
TEMPTING TO COLLECT or drop resumes off at
This the 8th day of fied funds the following gage, Inc., f/k/a LPP County, State of Missis- 516 Main St,
described property situ- Mortgage, LTD, the sippi in Book MORT PUBLISH: 10/31, 11/7, A DEBT. ANY INFORMA-
November, 2018. 11/14 & 11/21/2018 TION OBTAINED WILL Columbus, MS 39701.
ated in Lowndes holder of the deed of 2011 at Page 23476; No phone calls please.
County, State of Missis- trust, substituted Mc- and BE USED FOR THAT
/s/ Michael Allan Evans PURPOSE.
MICHAEL ALLAN EVANS sippi, to-wit: Calla Raymer Leibert NOTICE OF SUBSTI-
Pierce, LLC as Trustee, WHEREAS, said Deed of TUTE TRUSTEE'S SALE
Tax ID Number(s): as authorized by the Trust was subsequently 428 North Lamar Blvd,
PUBLISH: 11/14,
11/21, & 11/28/2018 62W14-04-00200 terms thereof, by instru- assigned to Lakeview STATE OF MISSISSIPPI Suite 107 FULL TIME EMPLOYEE
ment recorded on Octo- Loan Servicing, LLC by COUNTY OF LOWNDES Oxford, MS 38655 NEEDED. SOME MECH-
Land situated in the ber 22, 2018, and instrument dated July rubinlublin.com/prop- ANICAL KNOWLEDGE,
County of Lowndes in spread at large upon 31, 2015 and recorded WHEREAS, default has erty-listing LIFTING & DELIVERY OF
the State of MS the records in the of- in Book MORT 2015 at occurred in the perform- Tel: (877) 813-0992 EQUIPMENT. APPLY IN
fice of the aforesaid Page 18194 of the ance of the covenants, Fax: (404) 601-5846 PERSON AT HANDY-
MAN RENTALS, INC. ON
It’s a classified Lot 207, Parklawn Sub- Chancery Clerk in Book aforesaid Chancery
division, Fourth Exten- 2018, Page 22296, pri- Clerk's office; and
terms and conditions of
a Deed of Trust dated PUBLISH: 11/14/2018, HWY. 82 WEST, STARK-
11/21/2018, VILLE.
rule-of-thumb: sion, Columbus, Missis- or to the posting and
sippi, as recorded in publication of this no- WHEREAS, Lakeview
April 19, 2013, ex-
ecuted by VICKIE LAS- 11/28/2018,
12/05/2018
We tell readers Plat Book 3 at Page 32 tice; and
on file in the office of
Loan Servicing, LLC has HON HARGROVE , MAL-
heretofore substituted COME JAMES HAR-
Noweta's Green Thumb
is accepting applica-
what they need the Chancery Clerk of
Lowndes County, Mis-
WHEREAS, default hav- Shapiro & Massey, LLC GROVE, conveying cer-
ing been made in the as Trustee by instru- tain real property Building & Remodeling 1120
tions for 2 positions:
delivery personnel &
to know to buy sissippi. terms and conditions of ment dated September therein described to
the deed of trust, and 27, 2018 and recorded DENISE MCLAURIN, as Tom Hatcher, LLC
general help. Driver
must know the area &
have good driving his-
what they need. Commonly known as:
430 Summerhaven
the entire debt secured in the aforesaid Chan-
thereby having been de- cery Clerk's Office in
Trustee, for REGIONS
BANK D/B/A REGIONS
Custom Construction,
Restoration, Remodel- tory. Apply in person @
Drive, Columbus, MS clared to be due and Book MORT 2018 at MORTGAGE, Original Be- ing, Repair, Insurance 1325 Main St.
39702 payable in accordance Page 21816; and neficiary, to secure the claims. 662-364-1769. M-F, 3-5 & SAT, 9-1.
with the terms of the indebtedness therein Licensed & Bonded No phone calls.
I WILL CONVEY only deed of trust, and the WHEREAS, default hav- described, as same ap-
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sign, 2.5mi ahead shop agiven
9x9 grid with several
numbers. The object 7 1 4 5 2 3 8 9 6
SHOTGUN/RIFLE carry- given numbers. The object
ing case, has pockets
on left. 662-494-6218. is to place the numbers 3 2 7 6 1 9 4 8 5
for ammo, etc. Never is
1 to place
to 9 in thethe numbers
empty spaces
used $15. Call 662- Business Opportunity 6050 1sotothat
9 ineach
the empty spaces
row, each 9 6 8 2 5 4 3 7 1
244-5861.
HISTORIC DOWNTOWN so that each
column row, each
and each 3x3 box 5 4 1 7 3 8 2 6 9
WICKER BASSINET w/ column
containsand theeach
same3x3 box
Columbus: 411 Main
casters & folding legs, St. Office, Retail, Res- number 4 7 2 1 6 5 9 3 8
contains the same number
$8. Pictionary Game, taurant Space available. only once. The difficulty
$4. Two PC copiers, one Call 423-333-1124. only once. The difficulty 1 5 3 9 8 2 6 4 7
never used, $20 for level increases from
level increases from 6 8 9 3 4 7 1 5 2
both. 662-244-5861. Apts For Rent: Northside 7010 Monday to Sunday.
Monday to Sunday. Difficulty Level 11/13

Camera Equipment 4300 2BR/1BA, renovated w/
Central heat and air,
Apts For Rent: Other 7080 Rooms For Rent 7450 Autos For Sale 9150
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each. 662-889-6162. furnished corporate
apartments available.
DEPOSIT pl, 22 ac w/ pond, lent condition.
woods & wildlife. Close Asking $12,195.
Computer Equipment 4390 ON SITE SECURITY. AND to CAFB. Frontage on 2 662-574-7481.
ON SITE MAINTENANCE. roads. $249,000.
APPLE IMAC, 2.0 GHz ON SITE MANAGEMENT. CREDIT CHECK 662-418-8077.
Core Duo computer. 24-HOUR CAMERA
Built-in monitor. 2GB SURVEILLANCE.
RAM, Keyboard, mouse, Benji @ 662-386-4446 662-329-2323 Lots & Acreage 8600
2013 LEXUS GX460.
printer incl. Great cond. Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm. 2.28 +/- Acre Lot.
$325. 205-246-8704. 55,700 mi. Exc cond.
Sat/Sun by appt only. 149 Tanyia Lane. Off of
2411 HWY 45 N Lake Lowndes Road.
Black exterior, tan interi-
Farm Equipment & Supplies or. Sun roof, heated
1, 2, 3 BEDROOM apart- COLUMBUS, MS Has asphalt drive & leather seats. New tires
4420 ments & townhouses. parking, 1200 ft. shop & brakes. $29,900.
Call for more info. w/ living area, septic 662-574-1697.
2016 JOHN Deere Commercial Property For tank & water meter. No
662-328-8254.
5100E Tractor, 210 Rent 7100 trailers. $45,000. Call
hours. $46,500. 662-574-0345.
Also, 2016 15ft STUDIO APT for rent. COMMERCIAL PROPER- Campers & RVs 9300
Kubota Bush hog avail. Newly remodeled. TIES/Retail/Office 3.5 Acre Lot. 3 estab-
205-329-1790. $400/mth rent & dep Spaces starting @ lished trailer lots. Play-
req. Convenient to town $285/mo. Downtown & ground. Located on TOMBIGBEE RV Park,
WANTED TO BUY! 3000, & CAFB. No hud. No East Columbus loca- Morgan Lane. Off of located on Wilkins Wise
3600, 3910, or 3930 pets. 662-328-2340. tions. 662-435-4188. Harris Road. Caledonia Rd & Waverly Rd. Full
Ford with factory p/s Schools. $25,000. Hookups available.
that looks/runs good, OFFICE SPACE: 2,000 662-574-0345. $300/mo. 662-328-
and a drawbar pulled
Apts For Rent: South 7040
square feet. 294 8655 or 662-574-7879.
roll-a-bar type hay rake. DOWNTOWN 1BR - This Chubby Dr. Flexible leas- FALL SPECIAL
662-328-5248. ing terms. Available 1.95 acre lots.
large 1 bedroom apart- Good/bad credit.
HAY FOR Sale. Bermud- ment has been recently
renovated. It features
now. 662-328-8254.
10% down, as low as Five Questions:
agrass sq. Bales, $5, HISTORIC DOWNTOWN $299/mo. Eaton Land.
5'x6' rolls, $50. Limed great natural light, hard- Columbus Office, Retail, 662-361-7711
wood floors, tall ceil-
1 Corn
& fertilized per soil Restaurant Space avail-
sample. 662-435-7889. ings and access to a able. Call 662-328- Mobile Homes for Sale 8650
shared laundry room.
$750 rent and $750 de- 8655 or 662-574-7879.
Firewood / Fuel 4450 BANK REPOS Whole
posit. Utilities included.
2 “The
Houses For Rent: Northside Sale to the Public!
FIREWOOD FOR Sale. No pets please. Call 16x80 Single Wide,
Various lengths. Peter, 662-574-1561. 7110
Muppet
$9900. Cash Only.
662-295-2274 Does need some re-
Apts For Rent: West 7050 BLUECUTT ESTATES:
Show”
pairs. Cash Only!! Call
Furniture 4480 3BR/2BA, ch/a, double 662-419-9762.
FOR LEASE: 2BR/1BA, garage, chain link
CORINTHIAN LEATHER Prairie Waters, fenced backyard, newly DOUBLE WIDE, 28x64.
sofas with dual re- $700/mo, $700 dep. remodeled, $115,000. 2001 3+2. Living room
cliners, new, burgundy,
oxblood. Barely used!
Call 662-328-5556. 662-352-4776. w/ separate den,
$29,900 includes deliv-
3 Sandra Day
Houses For Rent: East 7120 O’Connor,
VIP
Purchase price was ery and set up! Cash
$2400. Will sell both for Only! Must Go! Call
$1800 or $900/$1000 3BR/2BA 910 Ruffin 662-401-1093. Antonin
Rentals
sep. Serious inquires Rd. .5 acre lot, window
only. H 662-798-4375 unit a.c. and electric
wall heaters. Fridge/
NO CREDIT Check! 4
Bedroom, 16x80 Single
Scalia,
Apartments
or C 662-574-0369.
stove/dishwasher. Front Wide. $5000 down and Anthony
Garage Sales: East 4510 & Houses porch. 24x30 shop. $500 month! Only have
MS. MINNIE's Last 1 Bedrooms
$650/month, $650 de- one! Call 662-266-
posit. No HUD, no in- 2288.
Kennedy
Sale! 3485 Hwy 50 E.- side pets. Contact:
Home of the late Mrs. 2 Bedroooms 2519708 or 3292917. Autos For Sale 9150
Minnie Henson. Fri.
10/16 1p-6p & Sat.
3 Bedrooms Houses For Rent: New Hope 1998 ACCORD Coup
4 Doctors ACROSS
10/17 7a-1p. Rain or
Shine! Decorative Furnished & 7130 EXL, 4cyl, good AC &
tires. Runs great, driv-
Without 1 Résumé listing
5 Sound of delight
items, dishes, cook-
ware, bed & bath items,
Unfurnished GREAT LOCATION to
school, clean, 2BR/
en daily. $1,700. 662-
312-9173.
Borders/ 11 Composer Satie
linens, outdoor fur- 1, 2, & 3 Baths 1BA, a/c, gas heat, w/d Médecins 12 Dawn goddess
2002 VOLVO S80 T6, 4
niture, cement statues,
Lease, Deposit hook up. No pets, no 13 Famed surrealist
bird bath, clothing, etc.
& Credit Check
HUD. 662-327-2798. Lv
message, available for
door sedan. Good condi-
tion, Michelin radials. Sans 14 Court sport
Garage Sales: North 4520
viceinvestments.com showing 11/16/18. $3950. CASH ONLY!
662-889-8914. Frontiéres 15 Ailing
MOVING SALE. 16 N.
Chestnut Dr. (Oakdale 327-8555 Houses For Rent: South 7140 COMMERCIAL VAN For 16 Base meal
17 Bread-making
5 Roller
Park) Sat. 11/17 7a-1p. Sale: 2005 Ford 150
2BR/2BA, 2300 sqft, Econo Van. 102k miles.
Furniture, dishes, decor- Apts For Rent: Other 7080
very nice w/ 2 car gar- need
derby
ations, linens, h/h White. $4,300.
goods & much more. 1BR/1BA in Historic
age, lg back yard. Pets (662)574-0225. 19 Massive
need approval. $1,050
632 31ST Ave. N. Apt.
Downtown Columbus. per mo + dep. 662-574- 22 Praline bit
$550/mo. No pets.
74. Thurs. & Fri. 5-7p & 662-328-8655. 7879 or 662-328-8655. 24 Garbo, for one
Sat. 10-1p Clothes-plus, 26 Pipe bends
shoes 10-11, toys, com- Houses For Rent: Starkville
puter, dining room set, 1BR/1BA Loft in Histor- 7170 27 Heaps
security system & more. ic Downtown Columbus. 28 Touches on
Available 12/1. $650 2BR/1BA house w/ 2
Garage Sales: Caledonia 4540 per month. 662-328- acres in county. 3 miles 30 Factories
8655. from Strk, 5 miles from 31 Bar bill
8610 HWY. 12 E. Past MSU South Entrance, 3 Nightstick 25 Street urchin
Alan Jones' car lot. Fri. DOWNTOWN: 2BR/1BA, W/D, carport. SMALL 32 Enlighten 4 Runner on snow 29 “Miracle Mets”
& Sat. 7a- until. Christ- CH&A, 1 story, W/D,
mas decor, Under Ar-
dogs ok w/ deposit. 34 “Das Kapital” 5 Fills beyond full pitcher
historic district, 1 block Great for grad student
mor clothes, NorthFace from downtown, $625/ or professor. Non- author 6 Searches 30 Blend
jackets, coats, sweat- mo. + $625 dep. NO smoking. $700/mo. 35 Lamb’s father 7 Coffee dispensers 33 Attire
ers, lots of clothes & PETS. 662-574-8789. Utilities not included.
misc., furn., & h/h Peaceful & Quiet area. 662-617-5601. 38 Nanny’s warning 8 Long time 34 Put together
items.
Houses For Rent: Other 7180
Even if you 41 Letter after 9 “Exodus” hero 36 Pub choices
General Merchandise 4600
FIRST FULL MONTH don’t get out much Yankee 10 — Palmas 37 Pound hound
RENT FREE! 1 & 2 Bed- 1 ROOM/1BA, Utilities 42 Conjures up
BEDROOM SET- Full size room Apts/Townhomes.
sleigh bed, dresser w/
Included. $450/mo. these days, you can 43 “Yeah, right!”
16 Chess piece 38 Garden part
Stove & refrigerator. One person only. Refs 18 Sunup site 39 Preceding period
mirror, chest, & night- $335-$600 Monthly. req. Contact/leave a still “go shopping” in the 44 Hampers 19 Treats for terriers 40 Very popular
stand. $700. Cash Credit check & deposit.
Classifieds. You can find
message for more info:
only! 662-570-4341. Coleman Realty, 662-328-8655. 45 “Hey, you!” 20 Fan’s favorite 41 Pizzazz
exactly what you’ve
Leave message. 662-329-2323.
SMALL COTTAGE: 21 Obtains
Apts For Rent: Other 7080 DOWN 22 Natural fuel
1BR/1BA, all appl. incl.
Water, trash, lawn incl. been looking for. 1 Empire’s foes
in lease. Near Stark- 23 Exile isle
2 Test type
ville, Columbus & West
Point. No pets. Find someone to mow the lawn
$500/mo. $400 dep. •
App/refs/lease req.
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