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Thursday, April 5, 2012—Vol. 85, No. 14


Tyler County Dogwood Festival Queen’s Weekend is Saturday

With two of the three Tyler County Dogwood Festival Weekends successfully behind us, everyone is looking forward to this weekend when the Queen’s Weekend crowns the entire Festival. Woodville is the place to be Saturday, April 2. Plan to get up early for the Fun Run and stay up late for the Queen’s Pageant. Queen’s Weekend is the original event, the one the Dogwood Festival was built on. And, this the 68th time Tyler County has celebrated

this weekend. The fun starts at 8 a.m. in front of Kirby Gym, 505 N. Charlton, with the Dogwood Dash. Watch for the runners as they weave through the streets of Woodville during this 5K run. Don’t head home after the run, though, because there will be booths filled with arts and crafts and lots of good food set up around town. The booths open at 9 a.m. and stay open until 5 p.m.

If you like classic and antique cars, or motorcycles, be sure to check out the exhibition set up by Courthouse square in Woodville. There are always lots of beautifully restored autos to drool over. The Queen’s Parade starts at 2 p.m. and travels through downtown Woodville. It is filled with beautiful floats, antique cars, motorcycles, visiting royalty, marching bands and lots more. The highlight of the day, though, is the

Queen’s Coronation and Historical Play presented in Dogwood Amphitheater at 7:30 p.m. The elaborate set is draped with hundreds of handmade flowers. Visiting Duchesses will take the stage, along with the Children’s Court, Ladies-In-Waiting and, finally, the Princesses. One of the five Princesses, representing five cities in Tyler County, will be crowned Dogwood Queen. The Historical Pageant will follow.

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Check out Western Weekend Photos—The weather was perfect for Western Weekend, and a lot of folks turned out both for the Parade and the Lions Rodeo. You can check out photos from both Saturday events on Page 9B in this issue.

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month Monday, April 9, Judge Jacques L. Blanchette and the Tyler County Commissioners will proclaim April as Child Abuse Prevention Month in Tyler County. As part of the emphasis on child abuse prevention, there are several activities that members of the Tyler County Child Welfare Board have planned during the month of April. Youth members from Bethel Baptist Church in Warren have erected 231 blue crosses that represent the number of children who died in Texas last year as a result of child abuse. The crosses are located on Highway 190 by the Hennigan Ballpark. Cody Haygood, member of Boy Scouts, earned a Citizenship Badge by constructing and painting 50 crosses for this project. Wednesday, April 11, is “Go Blue Day” across Texas. On that day, please wear a blue shirt, dress, tie or ribbon to raise awareness of child abuse.

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Blue is the international symbol for Child Abuse Prevention. The color blue was chosen to represent the bruised and battered bodies of the thousands of children that are abused every day. It serves as a constant reminder that all of us have a responsibility to help keep children safe. Protecting children should be the mission of everyone in our county. “Blue Sunday” is Sunday, April 29. This is the National Day of Prayer for victims of child abuse. Please join church members in recognizing these victims by wearing blue. During the month of April the Child Welfare Board is asking churches, schools and businesses to put the following message on their marquees: “STOP THE HURT” Report Child Abuse at 1-800-252-5400. To recognize the need for prevention and

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Index Obituaries.................. 2A Columnists.................3A Society........................4A Church.......................5A Sports.................... 6, 7A Classifieds.................. 1B Rodeo Photos .............9B

oped. We will continue to work on leadership in the upcoming year.” He will serve as head football coach next year, and the plan is to have a total of six coaches on the field. Johnson explained, “Six coaches are normal for a football program the size of Colmesneil.” At the last school board meeting, the board voted to hire Daniel Veirs, from White Oak, Texas, as a defensive coordinator to add to the program next year. Another change in the works for the next year is to have each sport have one head coach and an assistant. Currently, there are programs that have one coach coaching three sports without an assistant; for example, the girls’ program has one coach, Sewell, coaching all of their sports: volleyball, basketball and softball, without an assistant. “That will change in the upcoming year. Each sport will have a head coach and an assistant,” said Johnson. As stated previously, Sewell will not be returning to coach the Lady Bulldogs in

the 2012-2013 school year. “I’m leaving Colmesneil and going to Gary ISD for personal reasons,” stated Sewell. “I’m going to miss this program, this school and this community,” he went on say. Superintendent Stacy Ackley was also asked about the changes. “Honestly, I would like to see the program, boys and girls, compete for championships year to year, in everything we do.” He went on to say, “For more in-depth details on how the athletic program will work, you really need to talk to Coach Johnson. “ Ackley was asked specifically to respond to the community’s recent questioning of his decision to hire “out of town people” with the hiring of Coach Johnson. “I’m going to look to hire the most qualified teachers and coaches; those who bring the most to the kids of our district. I don’t think parents would have it any other way,” said Ackley. “With that being said,” he went on to say, “If the applicant is a hometown

applicant, we are always going to look at hometown people first. I do believe in taking care of our patrons here. But the bottom line is we still have to hire the best person for the job; the one who brings the most to our kids.” Johnson said he thinks the athletes are accepting him now as a part of the CISD athletic program. He is beginning to settle into Colmesneil.“I’m happy here,” he said. “I see me staying here for a while,” he went on to say. When asked about setbacks since coming to Colmesneil, Johnson said, “I can’t remember one day. I love it here.” Johnson plans to incorporate a six-week summer workout plan for the students to keep them ready for the new year and a mini football camp for the future Bulldogs. The coaches and direction of the girls’ athletic program is still being worked out. Johnson said, “Colmesneil is a great place. I believe in hard work. I’m teaching the students, ‘you’ve got to learn to be tough to be successful’.”

Tyler County Emergency Management to gather information for I.R.I.S. Saturday

by Dale Freeman, Tyler County EMC On Saturday April 7, 2012, during the Dogwood Festival Parade and Activities, the Tyler County Emergency Management Office will have a booth set up near the courthouse. We will not be asking for donaCont. On Pg. 8A tions, nor will we be selling

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by Leann Monk Change is in the air within the field house and gym of Colmesneil ISD. Even though the current year has not closed the books yet, eyes are already focused on what the next year will have in store. With the addition of new Athletic Director, Coach Fancy Johnson, in January and the recent announcement of Head Girls Coach, Reagan Sewell leaving for a position at Gary ISD, things will definitely look different for the 20122013 school year. Asked about his thoughts on the Bulldog Athletic Program for the upcoming school year, Johnson said, “We have nowhere to go but up. We’re going to have a sense of pride. I have expectations of pride from the ground up.” Johnson said the students have bought into his philosophy of hard work, leadership and teamwork. “My definition of ‘team’ is something bigger than myself. I stress this to my athletes,” said Johnson. He went on to say, “I also tell them that leaders aren’t just made, they are devel-

anything. At this booth, we simply will be soliciting your contact information to input into Tyler County’s Mass Notification System. Participation in the System called I.R.I.S. (Immediate Response Information System) has already been funded by the Tyler County Commissioner’s Court.

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Although participation is voluntary, we encourage everyone to be in the system. The system is designed so that you can be listed with a group such as the community in which you live. You can also be in a group regarding your employment, such as county or city employee or as a member of a

Obituaries 2A Gwen Barnett Baytown Jessie Sullivan Doucette Lois Fortenberry Woodville Mary Bigby Chester


fire department, health care worker, etc. You may be listed in a group as a utility customer such as water company customer. You can easily see that some people will be included in several groups. Our goal is to have every household covered. Every

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Obituaries Gwen Barnett

She is survived by her children, Karen Ray of Baytown, Steve and Becky Barnett of Baytown, Rosanna and Ronnie Carlisle of Baytown, Chris and Nadia Barnett of Colorado Springs, Colorado; sister, Yvonne Owens; brothers, David Patterson and Dennis Patterson and wife, Marsha; sister-in-law, Eudora Barnett; nine grandchildren, ten great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. A graveside service was held Saturday, March 31, 2012, at 1 p.m. at the Camp Ground Cemetery in Woodville with Brother Douglas Shows officiating. Visitation was held Saturday from 10 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. at the funeral home. Services were held under the direction of Riley Funeral Home of Tyler County.

Gwen Barnett, 81, passed away March 28, 2012, in Baytown, Texas. S h e w a s born to Joseph a n d L o i s P a t terson on December 2 3 , 1930 in Canadian, Texas. Gwen was raised in Highlands, Texas, and graduated from R.E. Lee in 1950.  She married James Barnett in 1950, and they raised their family in Baytown,Texas, before retiring to Woodville. Gwen retired from Kmart and was a VFW Post 912 and VFW Post 2033 member, a Jessie Sullivan member of the Camp Ground Baptist Church and an Eastern Jessie Jim Sullivan, 62, of Star member. Doucette, Texas passed away Gwen was preceded in death March by her parents, husband and 31, 2012. brothers, Joseph and Charles Patterson. B o r n August 9, 1949, in San Augustine, Texas, to Jim Byrd 283-2400 • 201 Willow Sullivan Menu - Donation of $2 for Seniors and BenAnyone below the age of 60 nie Jean must pay $6.74 Lacy Sullivan, he lived in Tyler County Daily Dominos 11am - 4pm for many years. He was a retired Bingo every Wed. 12:30pm Crane Operator for Wyatt. He The Center serves nutritious meals 5 days a week and is funded in part was a loving son, father, grandby the Area Agency on Aging father and brother.

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He was preceded in death by his father, Jim Sullivan and a sister, Jan Henderson. He is survived by his loving children, Donna Jean Sullivan of Doucette, Jim Edward Sullivan and wife, Virgie of Colmesneil; mother, Bennie Jean Clamon of Doucette; brothers, Johnny Sullivan of Doucette and Marvin Sullivan of Huntington; grandchildren, Claira Marie Allen and Lillian Christine Allen, both of Doucette and Mason Edward Sullivan of Colmesneil; and a host of other family members and friends. Funeral service was held Tuesday, April 3, 2012, at 2 p.m. at the Riley Funeral Home Chapel with Brother Ken Derouen officiating. Burial followed at the Mt. Hope Cemetery in Chester, Texas. Visitation was held Monday evening at the funeral home. Serving as pallbearers were Mark Dickerson, Mervin Dickerson, James Henderson, Casey Henderson, Jimmy Henderson, John Henderson, Joe-Joe Henderson and Truman Sims. Serving as honorary pallbearers were Mason Sullivan, Wayne Kimball, Justice Sullivan, Robert Sullivan, Jr. Pate and Bubba Kort. Services were held under the direction of Riley Funeral Home of Tyler County.

Roger Holcomb

Roger Holcomb, born September 4, 1959, went home to be with the Lord on March 24, 2012. He was preceded in death by his parents, George Holcomb and Thelma Sanders Holcomb. He is survived by his only child, Travis

Holcomb, a junior at Woodville High School; sisters, Debra Bonnin, Donna Brown, Bonnie LaFave and Penny Quartemont; brother, Marc Holcomb; and numerous nieces, nephews, and great-nieces and nephews. He was a proud parent, a much loved friend, and a well-respected member of his community. A member of Hilltop Baptist Church, he was a man of unwavering faith who will be missed always, and forever remembered in the hearts and minds of those whose lives he touched. Thank you, Daddy, for all that you taught me. May you rest in peace, and may I continue to make you proud until we are reunited in God’s arms.

Lois Fortenberry

Lois Jean Harrison Fortenberry, 58, of Woodville passed away March 31, 2012. Born November 17, 1953, in Woodville, Texas to Edward and Evelyn Elam Harrison, she lived in Wo o d ville all of her life. She was a loving mother, grandmother, sister and friend w h o loved the outdoors and spending time with her family. She had worked at the Tyler County Clerk’s office and the Tyler County Abstract office. She is survived by her children, Charles Spurlock of Colmesneil, William Spurlock of Jasper and Hannah Woods of Fort Worth; brothers, Eddy L. Harrison of Woodville, James L. Harrison of Woodville and Robert D. Harrison of Woodville; sisters, Sandra J. Wheeler of Aurora, Colo., and Mary A. Poncho of Woodville; stepchildren, Bryan Thomas and Tracy Miller, both of Houston; special friend, Danny Gilbert of Woodville; thirteen grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral service will be held Thursday, Apr il 5, 2012, at 2 p.m. at the Riley Funeral Home Chapel with Dr. Raymond Parker officiating. Burial will follow at the Camp Ground Cemetery near Woodville. Visitation will be held Wednesday from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, the family asked that donations be made to the American Cancer Society. Services are held under the direction of Riley Funeral Home of Tyler County.

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Mary Bigby

Mary Elizabeth Bigby, 80, of Chester passed away March 30, 2012. Born October 1, 1931, in Chester,Texas to Carr and Nettie Neal Barnes, she was a lifel o n g resident of Chester. She was a member of t h e Enon Baptist Church. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend to all who knew and loved her. She enjoyed and supported her grandchildren in all the activities that they were involved in. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Brigham “Chester”Bigby; brother, Arthur M. “Pete” Barnes; sister, Maggie Bryan; grandson, Joshua Lee Bigby; daughter-in-law, Pamela (Turnage) Bigby. She is survived by her loving family, brother, Preston Barnes and wife, Kathryn of Chester; daughter, Mary Beth Adams and husband, Bubba of Chester; son, Brigham Bigby and wife, Rhonda of Colmesneil; grandchildren, Chess and Kourtney Adams of Colmesneil, Krista and Billy Foxworth of Chester, Brig and Kristen Bigby of the Woodlands, Elizabeth and Justin Cherry of Henderson, Nev., and Harrison Bigby of Chester; great-grandchildren, Morgan Jernigan, Emily Jernigan, Katy Foxworth, Noe Foxworth, Chesney Adams and Chloe Bigby; and a host of other family members and friends. Funeral service was held Sunday, April 1, 2012, at 2 p.m. at the Enon Baptist Church with Brother Larry Trest officiating. Burial followed at Mt. Hope Cemetery in Chester. Visitation was held Saturday evening at the funeral home. Serving as pallbearers were Rusty Jernigan; Chess Adams; Brigham Bigby, III; Harrison Bigby; Billy Foxworth; and Justin Cherry. Services were held under the direction of Riley Funeral Home of Tyler County.

Geraldine Hardin

Geraldine Hardin, 86, of Colmesneil, passed away, Tuesday, March 27, 2012, at Palestine Regional Medical Center in Palestine, Texas. Funeral services were held Thursday, March 29, at 9 a.m. at First Baptist Church of Colmesneil with burial in Colmesneil Cemetery. Officiating was Brother David Miller. Serving as pallbearers were Kirby McCord, Conner McCord, Skeeter Lee, Aaron Lee, Troy Allison and Vince Poston. Visitation was also held on Thursday at 8 a.m. until service time at 9 a.m. at the church. Geraldine was born September 10, 1925 to Odie and Lottie Cherry Ellerbee in Orange, Texas. She was a devoted wife and mother who always put others first. She was a member of First Baptist Church of Colmesneil. She was preceded in death by her parents, Odie and Lottie Ellerbee, and her sister, Jeneva Griffith. She is survived by her husband of 68 years, Roy Hardin of Colmesneil; son, Gus Hardin of Nederland; daughters, Linda Poston and husband, Vince of

Normangee; Darlene Lee and husband, Skeeter of Nederland and Donna McCord and husband, Kirby of Palestine. Services were under the direction of Stringer & Griffin Funeral Home of Woodville.

Lewis Fitzgerald

Lewis Calvin Fitzgerald 71, of New Caney,Texas, formerly of Colmesneil, went home to be with his loving Lord and Savior on Sunday, April 1. Lewis was born April 28, 1940, in San Augustine,Texas to Elton Teel and Emma Mae (Graham) Fitzgerald. Lewis was a member of First Baptist Church, Colmesneil, Texas. He served in the U.S. Army. Lewis was preceeded in death by his parents; son, Bryan Teel Fitzgerald; mother of his oldest two children Barbara Ann (Palmer) F itzgerald. Four brothers-in-law, one sisterin-law; and, mother-in-law Dorothy Caldwell. Lewis is survived by his loving wife of 28 years Susan Ann (Carnley) Fitzgerald. Daughter and son-in-law Gwindalen (Gwin) Lea (Fitzgerald) and Januario (Chico) Fuentes of Jasper,Texas; and Deborah Jean Fitzgerald and Kalaab Taylor of New Caney, Texas. Grandchildren Shane, Jonathan, and Samatha Taylor of New Caney,Texas; Sister and brother-in-law Rena Bell (Fitzgerald), and Joe Goodson of Holly Lake Ranch,Texas. Brother Elton Glenn Fitzgerald of Stevenville,Texas. Seven brothers-in-law, 11 sisters-in-law. Twenty nephews and 16 neices. Mother-in-law Mary Carnley of Colmesneil,Texas. Thirtysix great-nieces and nephews. Father-in-law Troy Caldwell of Colmesneil, Texas. After cremation a memorial service will be held April 7, 2012, at 11 a.m. at Our Lady of the Pines Church Hall in Woodville.

Lorine Cecil

Lorine Cecil Mulheron Johnson, 86, of Colmesneil, Texas, and a former resident of Port Arthur, passed away on Sunday, April 1, 2012 at her home. She was born on November 5, 1925 to Ameait and William Mulheron in Port Arthur. She lived in Port Arthur for most of her life before moving to Colmesneil in 1985. Lorine retired as a school bus driver for the Port Arthur Independent School District after 17 years. She was a former member of the St. James Catholic Church. Visitation was held on Tuesday, April 3, 2012, from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m., with a vigil service at 6 p.m. in the Thompson Memorial Chapel at Clayton Thompson Funeral Home. Funeral service was held at 10 a.m. Wednesday, April 4, 2012, in the Thompson Memorial Chapel with Deacon Dallas Broussard officiating. Interment followed in Greenlawn Memorial Park. She was preceded in death by her parents and a sister, Helen Theriot. She is survived by her husband, Joseph E. Johnson of Colmesneil; daughters, Carol Hall and husband, J.D. of Nederland, and Katherine Harvell of Angleton; sons, Kenneth Johnson and wife, Lynda of Colmesneil, Johnny Johnson and wife, Mollie of Perry, Fla.; 11 grandchildren 18 great-grandchildren and 15 great-great-grandchildren.

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State, feds in standoff over women’s health program AUSTIN — Through the Texas Women’s Health Program, some 130,000 uninsured, low-income women ages 18 to 44 are provided with family planning exams, basic essential health screenings and birth control through Medicaid funding that is 90 percent federal Capitol Highlights and 10 percent state. On March By 31, the program Ed will lose its fedSterling eral funding if the state of Texas and the federal government don’t work out related issues that have become heavily politicized. Federal and state law currently prohibit the funding of abortion services except in cases of rape, incest or life endangerment, but the state of Texas recently applied for a waiver of federal rules in hopes of operating the Women’s Health Program in a way that complies with a state law passed last year that eliminates abortion providers and their affiliates as qualified providers of the other women’s health services. But the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services did not express any intention to grant a waiver that would allow the

state to pick and choose among qualified providers.Gov.Rick Perry reacted,saying it is his intent to protect women’s health, but not to allow the Obama administration to violate “states’ rights” by blocking the enforcement of a Texas law. And Perry said the Texas Health and Human Services Commission “cannot ignore state law and allow taxpayer funds to be awarded to entities that perform or promote elective abortions or affiliate with entities that perform or promote elective abortions.” Perry mentioned Planned Parenthood in his statement. State Rep.Mike Villarreal,D-San Antonio, in a March 6 news release, responded to Perry’s statements, saying nearly half of the program’s clients receive services through Planned Parenthood, an organization that does not provide abortions at Women’s Health Program clinics. On March 9, the non-profit, non-partisan Center for Public Policy Priorities in Austin released recommendations to the federal government and to the state. Here are excerpts: -- “The federal government should not flinch from strict enforcement of the federal law guaranteeing women freedom of choice in selecting their providers. If the state implements its rule excluding Planned Parenthood,the federal government should end its participation in the Women’s Health Program immediately.”

-- “The state should return to the old rules for the Women’s Health Program, which ensured that no program dollars subsidized abortion directly or indirectly,but did not bar Planned Parenthood from participating in the program. Alternatively, the state should delay implementation of its new rule while it turns to the courts to establish its authority to exclude Planned Parenthood.If it wins its case,then it can implement its rule excluding Planned Parenthood without jeopardizing federal funding. If it loses its case, then the Legislature can decide whether it wishes to end the program or continue the program without federal funding.” DPS issues travel caution

Patrol troopers on roadways during the spring break holiday period, March 10 to March 18. According to an agency news release, last year during the spring break enforcement period, the DPS made 1,266 DWI arrests, including 380 by troopers who were patrolling as a result of additional funding. Jobless rate drops again The Texas Workforce Commission on March 9 announced the state’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell to 7.3 percent in January, down from 7.4 percent in December. The 7.3 percent is Texas’ lowest unemployment rate since April 2009. By contrast, in January 2011, the state’s

unemployment rate was 8.1 percent. The U.S. Department of Labor reported the national unemployment rate stood at 8.3 percent in January and February of the current year. Sales tax revenue increases Texas Comptroller Susan Combs on March 7 announced state sales tax revenue collections in February were $2.01 billion,up 14.8 percent compared to February 2011. And, Combs said, March local sales tax allocations totaling $473.6 million will be sent to cities, counties, transit systems and special purpose taxing districts.The amount is 9.3 percent greater than allocations sent out in March 2011.

TheTexas Department of Public Safety on March 6 urged students on spring break not to travel to Mexico. “Drug cartel violence and other criminal activity represent a significant safety threat, even in some resort areas,” said DPS chief Steve McCraw, who added, “The situation in Mexico today is significantly different than it was just a decade ago.” The DPS urged U.S. citizens living or traveling in Mexico to register with the U.S. Embassy or Consulate at Alexander Hamilton Washington, a cousin of George Washington, cut a wide swath In other news, on March 8, the DPS an- through Polk and San Jacinto counties before and after the Civil War, but finding any nounced the increase of Texas Highway physical reminder of his 28 years in East Texas is almost impossible. Born in 1805 on a farm near Berryville in Virginia, Washington moved to Vicksburg, Mississippi, in 1838 to practice law while living with his sister, Mary Herbert Beazley and her family. When the Beazleys gave Washington money and land to invest in the Republic of Texas, he exchanged the property for the William Logan League, now in San Jacinto County, and took the title in his own name with the intention of giving the property to his sister. A will in 1860 established his intent. Settling at Drew’s Landing on the Trinity River in the 1840s, Washington developed a running list of small maintenance one of the area’s largest plantations in a great horseshoe bend of the river. items that need “someone” who has As he was building his home on the river, Washington also supervised the construction time. If you are handy with tools, like of a road from Drew’s Landing to Lynchburg, a shipping point on Galveston Bay, with to work in flower beds, can operate a the recognition that the export of cotton would stimulate East Texas’ economy. broom, etc., please call the Village at Washington’s home was similar to the plantation homes of the Old South. Enhancing 283-2272 to volunteer. The best part the home’s beauty was a formal flower garden, a favorite hobby of Washington. of this “job” is that you determine the As a lawyer, Washington had a large library filled with law books and two indoor bathtime and day you are willing to work rooms with hot water furnished by a boiler, a rarity on the Texas frontier. and will know that you are doing a The home also contained a room for his Coushatta Indian friends--who lived in a vilgreat service. What a deal! lage on Washington’s plantation--with pictures of paintings of Indians and horses. The As you begin to think about Easter, Coushattas’ customary dress of long deerskin shirts prompted riverboat travelers to call we have items that would be great in the place “Shirt Tail Bend.” baskets including our small toys and the Known for his eccentricity, Washington had a personal worth of almost $75,000 in real special sugar eggs that are truly works and personal property before the Civil War, but he was always behind in paying his taxes. of art. We also have a good selection There were rumors at Drew’s Landing that Washington, a bachelor, buried a large cache of the dogwood pattern in pewter that of gold on his plantation. Another story is that he lost his fortune in a New Orleans bank makes a great gift. How about a piece failure. for your favorite princess or other When the Civil War erupted,Washington volunteered for service in 1862,and was commember of the court as a reminder of missioned an aide under Major General John B. McGruder, commander of the military their special event? Shop early. district of Texas, Arizona and New Mexico. The Pickett House and Heritage Vil- Washington was assigned to supervise government works in a wide area of East Texas,to lage will be closed on Easter Sunday defend the lower valley of the Trinity River, and to enlist his Indian friends in the South’s so that our employees can have time war efforts. with their families on this special day. At the end of the war,Washington was nearly bankrupt and in declining health.Though We will be open on Saturday, the 7th, he held 51 slaves in 1864, he had to take large loans after the war to keep his plantation and will reopen on Monday, the 9th. in operation. Washington sold his plantation to William B. Denson, who moved into the house with Washington. In 1868 Washington wrote a will giving all of his assets to Denson in return for settlement of his debts. He died on June 30, 1868, and was buried in his flower garden. Denson disputed Washington’s first will to his sister, but in 1873 she established that the will was valid. As the years passed,Washington’s grave was lost,but his descendants placed a tombstone in the Davidson Cemetery, near Drew’s Landing, defining his Confederate service. The passage of decades has left the cemetery unmarked, entangled in forest growth, and--like Washington’s final resting place--difficult to find. (Bob Bowman of Lufkin is the author of more than 50 books about East Texas history and folklore. He can be reached at

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Pickett House and Village Will Be Closed Easter Sunday Are you keeping your fingers crossed? So far the weather has cooperated, and it has been a lovely spring for the Dogwood Festival. With the Western WeekHeritage Village end behind us, we can now look By forward to the Sandy Queen’s WeekTaylor end leading up to the crowning of the new Dogwood Festival Queen. The candidates attended the Dinner on the Grounds and spoke to the attendees. They were all beautiful poised young women. I am glad I am not a judge! Vying for the crown are Meara Smith from Chester; Tiffany Waters from Colmesneil; Audrey Sisk from Spurger; Ashley Livingston, representing Woodville; and Valerie Sisk who calls Warren home. The large court of Ladies-in –Waiting, visiting Duchesses, all the escorts, and Children of the Court will be included in the Dogwood Pageant held Saturday evening. After this weekend, this year will be chronicled in the pages of history, and next year their story will be on display

at Heritage Village. And speaking of the display, don’t forget that the Dogwood Festival exhibit is open for your pleasure in the exhibit room of the Gift Shop at the Village. The history of the Festival is portrayed in story and pictures. The display will remain up until the end of the month. With gas prices so high we are waiting to see if it will affect our school tours, but it seems that our senior and church tours haven’t been bothered, so that is good news. We have had many groups from the Houston and Beaumont areas come for a tour and lunch at the Pickett House. One of our docents is on hand to great each group and guide them on a personal tour. Thanks to our docents and demonstrators, who are on hand when these large groups arrive. We could not have such an outstanding program without them. If you have some time and would like to be part of this great group of volunteers, we are currently looking for a few more docents to join our group of volunteers. We offer “on the job training” under the supervision of an experienced docent. If you like working with people and have a little spare time to offer, please call the Village at 283-2272 for further information. I’ve mentioned before that we keep

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Now, Play Fair. You Hear? — Redistricting Brouhaha “Judge. Make ‘em play fair.” Every 10 years or so, we can attribute that quote,or one very similar,to whatever political party is not in the majority (read:power) at the time theTexas Legislature begins its decennial redistricting brouhaha. You can substitute“mom”or“dad”for“judge” and you wouldn’t be able to distinguish between the childish behavior of kids and state legislators. As a matter of fact, when it’s time for redistricting the state to create new “equal” in population districts for state representatives, state senators and federal legislative representatives,just count on whichever party isn’t in power filing a lawsuit to ensure “equal representation” in our law-making bodies. Filling legislative entities with a majority of your own political party is the largesse of winning the elections closest to time for redistricting. At the time of this writing,the process reads: Republican-dominated Texas Legislature redraws districts to favor GOP majority. Minoritiesyell‘Unfair!”andcomplainthey’re shortchanged by the redistricting process. GOP: “Harumph! Balderdash! And, that’s a lot of el toro poo-poo.” Minorities say, “Oh, yeah!” and file suit in federal court in Austin. GOP: “It’s a waste of taxpayers’ money and a waste of time.” Federal District Judge: “The court has redrawn the Texas legislative districts.”

GOP: “Unfair!” and file an appeal. And, so it goes. By the time this all plays out,Texas taxpayers, nee voters, will have paid through the nose in more ways than one. First and foremost, redistricting in Texas is about one thing:preservation of the status quo ofourelectedrepresentatives,asdeterminedby the majority party of our elected representatives. Hmmm. For something that stirs up so much partisan vitriol, you’d think both sides would be seeking a sensible, sane and more practical way of establishing “equal representation” for Lone Star voters. But, noooo.... For years, more sensible and fair Texans and members of state government have tried to get fellow legislators to pass a law establishing a non-partisanredistrictingcommission,similar to Iowa. Again, the answer is a self-serving “no” from our miscreant representatives: “If you don’t play by my rules,” they seem to say, “then I’ll take my football and go home.” Inevitably,somewoefullymisshapeddistricts aretheresult.Inmid-decaderedistrictingafew yearsago,onedistrictreachedfromTheWoodlands,just north of Houston,all the way across East Texas, to Jasper County. In the western segment of the district, there was a heavy Republican voter registration then eastward to less populous Jasper County, which had been a generally Democratic-trending area.



The district was drawn to create a heavyRepublican advantage. The connecting strip between densely populated Montgomery County and sparsely populous Jasper County was so thin, it was probably not much wider than the U.S. Highyway 190 right-of-way. That was pretty representative of the statewide patterns of this redistricting makeover and it was orchestrated by a GOP congressman from Sugar Land, Tom DeLay, he of the two left feet exhibition on TV’s Dancing with the Stars and of the political nickname The Hammer. What goes on and has for decades in Texas is the best possible argument for a redistricting commission,especially with the provisionthat no elected officials serve on the commission. Other states with such a commission have requirements that no district can be drawn in favor of any political party, an incumbent or any other person or group.They also provide that no district can be drawn with the purpose of either strengthening or diluting the voting strength of any minority trend or group. In Iowa, for instance, it is law that no data be provided to the commission that includes incumbents’addresses, the political affiliation of registered voters, previous election results and demographic data other than population head counts. In other words — one man, one vote. Isn’t that what the constitution calls for? Willis Webb is a retired community newspaper editor-publisher. He can be reached by email at <>.

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What Happens After Easter? By: Keith Bellamy

When I was growing up Easter was always a wonderful time. Not just for hunting eggs and not only for getting some extra candy with my Easter basket; we went to church to celebrate Christ’s resurrection. Now in our fellowship we celebrate Christ’s resurrection every Sunday. But Easter was always good. Many in our country don’t emphasize the resurrection anymore because it is such a far out story. That’s true for the skeptic anyway. And so, I am writing today to those who hopefully believe in the resurrection. What happens after Easter? Does His resurrection make any difference in your life? What gives you hope? Annette Funicello said, “Just because I’m in a wheel chair doesn’t mean I can’t have a wonderful life.” What a wonderful attitude! I wish all of us could develop such an attitude. She’s had to struggle with Mulitple Sclerosis now for many years. Just about every boy who grew up in the fifties loved Annette. She was my favorite Mouseketeer from the Mickey Mouse Club. But there is nothing ‘Mickey Mouse’ about this lady! She has set the standard for thse who struggle with M.S. She has hope. I was recently counseling someone who has an addiction to alcohol. He had “fallen off the wagon”, and was trying to overcome this addiction once again. The person I was trying to help has a “Christ less” religion. He had bought into the philosophy that one can deliver “self” from substance abuse. However, I have never seen that happen. Christ’s way is the only Way. He is the only One Who promises hope. He is the only One who keeps His promises. I believe in Jesus’ promise in John 11:25, 26, “Jesus said to her,’ I am the resurrecion and the life. He who believes in me will live, even though he dies; and whoever lives and believes in me will never die.’” Do you? Where do you place your hope? The greatest Giver, Who ever lived willingly gave His life so that you and I can have eternal life. While His gift is free, He made certain requirements for receiving that gift. We will have to come to Him on His terms. Will you?

To Be Wed—Danny and Pam Williams of Woodville are pleased to announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Corrie Williams, to Richard “Kooter” Shaw, Jr. Richard is the son of Richard and Sue Shaw of Woodville. The couple will wed May 5, 2012 at 4 p.m. at Mt. Hope, with Bernard Woods (the bride’s uncle) officiating. Corrie is a graduate of SFA and teaches Kindergarten in Woodville. Richard is a graduate of UTI and is self employed.

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Introduction to Pastel Painting Workshop With Jane Martin April 14 You will be introduced to the many ways to begin a pastel painting, whether it is began with an underpainting of watercolor, oil, or smeared color and then carry it on to the finished product. Also the various papers available and manufacturers of pastels. Class is from 9:00AM-4:00PM Fee is $20.00 (Lunch will be provided) Please register at: Tyler County Art League-283-2788 or Jane-658-9088 Email:

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The Preacher Says...

Journey Into Fullness

by Keith Bellamy


Gloria Russell

Negative Or Positive?

The Good Shepherd I once had a friend named Joyce. She had two girls who were great softball players. My daughter was on their team. I didn’t get to the girls’ games because my son played baseball at the same time. Our family spent almost every day at the ballpark just for David’s games. Joyce thought I should be supporting the girls, so she spent a lot of time “recruiting” me. During that summer she and I became good friends. She wanted me into girls’ softball, and I wanted her into church—well, not just church, I wanted my friend Joyce to know Jesus Christ. It was hard to talk to Joyce because she was very religious. She was a good wife, great mother and a wonderful worker. If you wanted something done, Joyce was your girl. She thought all these good works would add up enough points for her ticket to heaven. It was easy to get Joyce to host a ladies luncheon and then a weekly Bible study in her home. She loved to entertain. One day I was impressed to give my friend a gift—a decoupage open book with the 23rd Psalm on one side and a picture of Jesus carrying a sheep on the other side. She loved the gift and put it on a table in her living room. Weeks went by and one day I received a phone call. Joyce was on the other end, crying and laughing and talking so fast I thought she’d lost it. Finally she said, “Just come over as soon as you can.” When I got to her house at the end of our street, Joyce was sitting on the couch holding the picture I had given her. Her eyes were sparkling with light as she blurted out,“I’m the lamb on His shoulder!” Together we laughed and cried as she related how the Holy Spirit had connected the dots for her using John 10:11. “I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd gives His life for the sheep.” Joyce now believed Jesus gave His life-blood on the cross to pay the price for her sin. She gladly received Jesus as her personal Savior. See you next week, Gloria

Church Events This Week

Woodville UMC Good Friday Service­—Good Friday will be celebrated at Woodville United Methodist Church with a special service featuring Biblical people whose lives were changed by Jesus. These five people would likely have been in Jerusalem at the time of the crucifixion. They reflect on the death of Jesus and on how his life and love changed them. Madison Castillo is the woman who anointed Jesus, Duncan Parish plays Nicodemus, R. J. Gutierrez is the beggar born blind, Carley Smith plays Jairus’ daughter and Barbara Morris plays Martha, sister of Lazarus. The scenes were written and directed by Elizabeth Adkisson. The service begins Friday, April 6, at 6:30 p.m. in the sanctuary.

Woodville UMC ‘Godquest’ Study

The youth of Woodville United Methodist Church invite youth in grades 9 through 12 to participate in a five week study of Godquest. This study seeks to provide a nonbiased and deeper understanding of the Christian faith and its beliefs. Perhaps you St Paul’s Episcopal Church struggle with this. Perhaps this will equip you. Sessions will be held from 6 to 7 p.m. in the Woodville UMC Wesley Center (Up1703 W. Bluff, Woodville stairs Youth Room) on the following Sunday Evenings: March 11, March 18, March Invites Everyone To Attend Holy Week 25, April 1, April 15. Any Youth interested should contact Jimmy Robertson at or Services call at 409-283-2471, extension 25. Materials for the sessions are available, depending Come to St Paul’s Episcopal Church this week as we observe events on RSVP. leading up to the crucifixion of Christ, and then the glorious day of Christ’s resurrection from the grave on Easter Sunday. The last supper of Christ with his disciples is a service of Holy Eucharist called Maundy Thursday, at 5 p.m. The service will be held with The Rev. Jack Leighton as the priest. Members or others may participate in the prayer vigil that starts after the Maundy Thursday service and continues until the service at 11 a.m. on Friday. Friday services are Good Friday at 11 a.m. and Stations of the Cross at noon. The festive Easter service begins with the flowering of the cross and echos of “alleluia, Christ is risen.. Christ is risen indeed.” Every week is Holy Week—a week made holy by our actions.” St. Paul’s is a caring Christian community in the heart of Dogwood Country. St. Paul’s is located at 1703 W. Bluff. Please call 283-3710 for information about church services or any other questions.” Come for Easter and stay ‘til Christmas.”

Combined Choirs To Present Easter Cantata Saturday

The combined choirs of Beech Creek Baptist, First Baptist Spurger, Mt. Olivet Baptist, North Hardin Baptist, New Hope Baptist, and Good Shepherd Baptist in Silsbee will present the Easter Cantata “In the Presence of Jehovah” this Saturday at 6 p.m. at First Baptist First Baptist Doucette Awanas, Praising Jesus through Bible Verses, Enjoyed Church. A finger food social will follow the performance. a beautiful day continuing to learn more about Jesus through Bible verses, songs and fellowship with others. The children had fun during the game activities. They enjoyed the ABC game the best, where each team had to name as Sunrise Service Sunday - 7 a.m. many books the the Bible. Children 2 yrs. to Senior High are welcome.

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Some people just seem to love to be negative. I have said for a long time that if you watch or listen to the news media you will become negative. You might even become cynical. I think both of these dispositions feed on one another. But what about being positive? I like to be around positive people. I know our Lord was positive. Many times we can read Matthew 23 and think He really came down on those people and He was negative. But notice His tenderness in Matthew 23:37. “O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, you who kill the prophets and stone those sent to you, how often I have longed to gather your children together, as a hen gathers her chicks under her wings, but you were not willing.” The other day I ran into one of our church members and it was a blessing to me when he said “every day is good day.” And this brother had recently gone through some rough times. Yes, it’s hard to be positive when bad things happen but who is in control? My Christian brother knows. Are you a negative person or a positive person? The last week of Jesus’ life looked very negative. However, our Lord knew there would be a positive outcome of His death. Our Savior knew Who was in control. He promised His followers an abundant life ( John 10:10). I believe this blessing from the Lord leads to a positive life.

New Women’s Ministry At Fellowship Church

A ­New Women’s Ministry has started at Fellowship Church, Hwy. 69S, at the end of Seneca Rd. Our second gathering will be held Saturday, April 14, from 11 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. at the church. God has laid this ministry on Linda Gray and Thelma Kirkpatrick’s hearts. G.A.P - For a hurting person, G.A.P. means God Answers Prayers. Every month there will be a different speaker. The word that the Holy Spirit has laid on our speaker’s heart is over grief. We all go through some kind of grief every day. The words that are going to be brought will help you deal with that grief. Call Linda Gray at 283-5016 or Thelma Kirkpatrick at 547-3433.

Mt. Olivet Baptist Awanas Wednesdays

Mt. Olivet Baptist Church in Fred invites you to attend Club Awana after school on Wednesdays from 3:15 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. Ages three to fifth grade are welcome. Transportation will be provided for students who do not have a ride home.  For more information please call 409-429-3234, or email us at

Celebrate Easter With Trinity Assembly of God

Service is on Sunday, April 8, 2012 at 10:45 a.m. No P.M. Service. Egg Hunt will be immediately after the service for children ages 0-12 years. Please bring 12 eggs per child. Hwy. 190 West in Woodville.

Trade Days, Heavenly Hamburgers, Cancer Society, Chronic Disease and Prescription Assistance upcoming events at St. Pauls Church

On April 10 Tammy Droste from the American Cancer Society will be at St. Paul’s to talk about the programs The Tyler County Booster is pleased to run articles about your church offered by the American Cancer Soand church activities. Here are a few tips for submitting articles. ciety for residents of Tyler County. We would prefer submissions by email if possible. Send all articles to The program starts at 1 p.m. We will also accept submissions by mail or those brought into the office. Please type all stories in normal upper/lower case format. Do not submit articles typed in all upper case. Such submissions are difficult for us to read and increase the chance of errors when we retype the article. Submit articles in narrative format. Brochures are sometimes difficult to interpret and lead to errors in your story. Deadline for stories for our church page is 5 p.m. on the Monday before the story is to run.

On April 17 East Texas Health Access Network (ETHAN) will host a free workshop, “ The Chronic Disease Self-Management Program,” at St.Paul’s from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Registration is required. To register,

call 409-384-2099. Also on April 17, ETHAN will start their Med Connection Prescription Assistance Program on the second Tuesday of ever y month. For more information call 409-283-3710.

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Spurger Baseball and Softball teams face the Evadale Rebels

McKenzie McGallion swings for the fences. By: Emily Waldrep The Spurger Pirate baseball and softball teams faced Evadale on Wednesday, and came away with two tough losses. Even though both teams lost, they managed to keep their heads up and learn from their errors so that they can continue to improve. The softball team has had an amazing season so far, and knew that Evadale would be a tough team to beat. The game started out slow, with neither

team making any runs in the first inning. But, the second and third innings proved to be challenging for the Pirates, as Evadale quickly gained three runs, so the Pirates entered the fourth inning with a score of 3-0. The girls made some good hits in the top of the fourth, but it wasn’t enough to hold off the powerhouse Evadale team, and the top of the inning was ended before the Pirates could gain any runs. The bottom of the fourth with the Rebels at bat

proved to be the toughest inning yet, with Evadale scoring four additional runs and racking up the score to 7-0. The top of the fifth inning was “make it or break it” for the Pirates, because if Evadale scored three more runs, the 10 run-rule would take effect and the game would be over. The girls battled it out at bat, and Skye Hutto managed to get a single, but 3 outs were made before a runner could come home. Going into the bottom of the fifth, the Pirates

knew it could be their last inning and made some great defensive plays, but good hitting on Evadale’s part and minor errors for the Pirates allowed the Rebels to score another four runs, bringing the score to 11-0, and ending the game for the Pirates. Although no score was made for the softball girls, McKenzie McGallion performed excellently on the pitcher’s mound, and the infield made some great plays. The girls took the loss as a learning

experience, and are ready for the next game against High Island on March 30. The baseball boys also lost the game due to the 10-run rule in the fifth inning, but performed well when faced against such a large team as Evadale. Top scorers in the game were Hunter Smith with two runs and Mason Grey, Thomas Martin, John Smart, and Aaron Ford, who had one run each. Brett Bussel also managed to make the best play of the game with a grounder

to center field that brought three runners into home. The boys will play against West Hardin on Friday, March 30, and are keeping their heads up after a tough win.“We are learning from our mistakes, and every game will just get better,” said the players. Be sure to catch both teams games against West Hardin at home on Friday, March 30 at 4:30pm. Email:

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Chester 8, Chireno 3. “Sam Hubert and Kris Kuehn led the team On Tuesday, March 27, the offensively, and Kevin Stanford Jackets Baseball team picked got the win on the mound,” said up their first win of the season Head Coach Mark Young. It was against Chireno. They played good to get our first District win, a great game, offensively and but we must limit our mental defensively, which resulted in mistakes and be more aggresa victory with a final score of sive to be competitive with the

rest of the District.” Thursday, April 5 the Jackets will travel to Zavalla in hopes of picking up their second District win against the Eagles, the game will begin at 4:30 pm. Email:

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Woodville Baseball brings home fourth District win By: Debby Harrison The Woodville Eagles Varsity Baseball team lost a tough contest Thursday, March 22, against the Central Heights Blue Devils at Humphrey Field with a score of 4-1.Torin Hickman took the loss on the mound, striking out 13 Blue Devils and giving up only two earned runs. The Eagles just could not get any offense going

against Blue Devil pitching. Woodville rebounded on Friday, March 23, when they traveled to Woden and gained a hard-fought 1-0 victory. Trent Daniels threw a complete game three-hitter to power the Eagles to victory. It was a tough night for the Woodville hitters, as they could only muster one run, but that was enough for Daniels. On Tuesday, March 27, Wood-

ville got their fourth district win as they defeated the San Augustine Wolves by a score of 13-3. Chase Hensarling got the win on the mound, running his record to 3-1 on the year. The Eagles had 11 hits on the night, while Quade Allison drove in three runs with two hits to pace the Woodville team. The Eagles will be in action again Tuesday, April 3, at home

against the Hemphill Hornets at 7 p.m. at Humphrey Field. The team will then travel to Newton on Thursday, April 5, before playing at home again on Tuesday, April 10, against Corrigan-Camden. All games start at 7 p.m. The Woodville JV Baseball team will also play Hemphill at home on Tuesday, April 3, starting at 4:30 p.m. They will also

travel to Newton on Thursday, April 5, and then back home on Tuesday, April 10, to play Corrigan-Camden. All games start at 7 p.m. The Woodville High School Boys and Girls Track teams will participate in district events at Newton on Monday, April 9, and again on Wednesday, April 11. The Woodville Varsity Tennis team will participate in the

District 22-2A tournament to be held in Woodville on Thursday, April 4, and Friday, April 5. The Woodville Softball teams will travel to Newton for play on Thursday, April 5, and then will host Corrigan at home in Woodville on Tuesday, April 10. JV games start at 4:30 p.m. while Varsity games begin at 6 p.m. Email:

The Lady Eagles Softball team after winning 5-4 in nine innings against Woden. Back row-Jessica Bronstad,Mallory Watts, Ashton Weatherford, Amy Havard, Cayla White; Middle row-Ashley Livingston, Brooke Brown, Katie Watts, Morgan Hammons, Tamara Wite; Front row-Sarah Reese, Madison Watts, Jenna Barnes

Warriors continue incredible season The softball team will play at will be playing. This will be the home against East Chambers on team’s seventh district game. In continuation of their stellar April 5. The game will begin at Email: season, the Warren Warriors 6 p.m. and only the varsity team varsity baseball team added two more wins against Anahuac and Hardin to their record. The team has shown great promise in their UPCOMING PROM DATES: skills and endurance, and currently holds a record of 14 wins and four losses. Chester and Woodville: April 28 The Warriors first played a full Spurger: May 5 • Warren: May 12 seven-inning game against Anahuac on March 19. The first inning opened a close game with Warren scoring two points, and the Panthers hit in one point. The Warriors’ opponents then pulled ahead and scored three points in the second inning, while the home team failed to score. However, the Panthers were to go scoreless for the rest of the game.The Warriors then scored a solid five runs in the next inning and scored once again in the sixth inning. A final three points in the final inning finished the game for the teams with the Warriors winning at 11-4. The team then traveled to Hardin to compete against the Hornets in a good game for the Warriors. They turned their heavy hitting on immediately and slung in three runners in the first inning, placing them in a comfortable position for the game.The Hornets tried to strike back in the next inning but only succeed in one point. Determined to maintain their lead, the Warren boys hit in two more players to back up their initial lead.Three more hits were made for the team before the end of the seventh inning, ending the game at a score of 8-3, the Warriors winning yet again. The baseball team will play Buna on April 5 at home.The Warriors first played against Buna on March 13, a game which ended in Warren’s loss at 8-1. The team (936) 639-3511 • (888) 755-8779 aims to overcome their defeat and turn the tables against Buna during this next game.





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Tyler County Emergency Management...from pg. 1A household can have five different methods of contact utilized. You can have your home land line phone listed. You could then have both your spouse’s and your cell phones and even your children’s cell phones listed. You might also list your email.

In the event of a situation, we would simply type an informational memo into the computer one time directing it to the desired groups and hit send. The system will convert the written message to voice if needed as per your preferences. I can think of countless uses

for this system. If your water supply is breached we could provide “Boil water notices.” We could receive advance notice of tornado watch and issue warning to take shelter to the entire communities in the path of the storm. After a disaster occurs, we could give

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month...from pg. 1A awareness of child abuse, blue “Stop the Hurt”pencils were given to all Tyler County students. Each pencil has the numbers to report child abuse or neglect: Child Abuse Hotline 1-800252-5400, the Tyler County

Sheriff ’s Office 409-283-2172 or Emergency Call Number 9-1-1. For more information concerning the Child Abuse Prevention Month or the Tyler County Child Welfare Board please call Terry Allen at 283-2503. Oth-

ers serving on the CWB are Mike McCulley, Kathy Harris, Tina Turner, Sue Wood, Tonya Sheffield, Paula Gibbs, Jackie Skinner,Shandola Langham,Renee Smith and Ashley Hennigan.

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directions as to how you can receive assistance to address your needs. This system can save lives and advance the safety as well as the quality of life of Tyler County citizens. However, the bottom line is we need your participation to make this work. The information we request is contact information only. We do not need nor want any information that would or could jeopardize your financial identity. Tyler County will not allow the use of any information you provide to be used for solicitation, nor any reason other than the purpose stated and that is intended. We look forward to seeing you at the Dogwood Festival Parade and Activities. Stop by and visit with us as you enjoy the activities.


Colmesneil Dogwood Princess

Tiffany Waters Main Bank: 301 E. Houston • Jasper • 409-384-3486 Woodville: 2873 Hwy 190 E. • 409-283-8231

Warren Dogwood Princess

Emily Sisk

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Woodville Dogwood Princess

Ashley Livingston

501 S. Magnolia Woodville, TX 75979

Spurger Dogwood Princess

Audrey Sisk

Fancy Plants and Gifts

Contact us today! (409) 283-7101 2420 US Hwy 69 S. Woodville, TX 75979

(Located Inside of The Shirt Shack)

(409) 554-3088


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2012 Tyler County Dogwood Duchesses


Hannah Hadnot SALINA, KS

Raela Hanna ZAVALLA

Leah Phillips LUFKIN

Caitlin McEachern KOUNTZE

Brittnie Rakestraw LIBERTY



Virginia Drake SEABROOK

Anna Laura Daniel NACOGDOCHES

Carlyn Neubauer DICKINSON

Aubri Alexander LIVINGSTON

Emma Claire Nerren HUNTINGTON

Alison Lawson CORRIGAN

27 years. 16,354 ears. That’s what we call experience.

An Audibel Center for Hearing Excellence

Gabriella Oxford BEAUMONT

Cheyanne Cofty KIRBYVILLE

Hunter Sowards BEAUMONT


Tiffani Valderez

Mary Elizabeth Broussard BEAUMONT


Caroline Hall BEAUMONT

Maile Robinson NEWTON

Katherine McAdams LIBERTY

Brianna Best BRENHAM

Molly Anderson BEAUMONT

Tyler County Hospital 1-800-327-3818 Fridays • 9 am - 1 pm

Call today for your free no-obligation consultation! Scott Simpson BC-HIS


April 5, 2012

McDonald’s Mobile Homes C&J

Stump GrindinG Each Job Bid Separately Hm (409) 331-0098 Woodville Cell (409) 283-1891 or 283-1892

MULTI-FAMILY Garage Sale 4.5 mi. North of Woodville on left hand side. Across from the Police Tower. Thurs.-Sat., April 5-7, 8 a.m.-? Too much to list.






Off Hwy. 69 South

Please Call:

(409) 283-2614 or (409) 283-2076

$500.00 REWARD

GARAGE SALE-Thursday and Friday, 8 a.m.-3 p.m., 805 N. Beech St. Lots of furniture & misc. (14-1t-p) YARD SALE-April 6, 7 & 8. 5 miles north of 255 on Hwy. 69. Glassware, cast iron skillets, books, cedar chest, old bottles, old baseball cards, Barbie dolls still in boxes, Lots misc.(141tp) BIG SALE-1903 W. Bluff (Hwy. 190) at city limit. Furniture, tools, antiques, big 25 cent sale. Everything goes cheap. April 6 & 7, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. (14-1t-b) INDOOR SALE-Colmesneil Mini Storage Fri. & Sat. 9-5 one mile south of Colmesneil on 69. GIGANTIC YARD SALEThur., Fri., Sat., Apr. 5, 6 & 7 on Hwy 92 at Town Bluff. 1/4 mile south of intersection 1746 & 92. The Loving. Lots of everything. Too much to list. (14-1t-cc)


Call Cell 283-2614 or Home 283-2076 Call Anytime 24 Hours a Day

FOR SALE LIVE CATFISH for sale, $1.25 per pound. Cleaning free .25 cents per pound. Open ThursdaySaturday, 12 p.m.-6 p.m. in the Onalaska area. 936-328-4745. (12-4t-p) PORTABLE BUILDINGS, 10X12 for $1,250; 12X24, $2,250. Built on site and free delivery. 832-231-8675. FEEDER RATS & mice for sale. 936-933-7887.

Services AMANDA’S CLEANING Services-Commercial and Residential. References available. Reasonable prices. 409-4895541. (14-2t-cc)


For Information Leading to the Finding of Our Dogs, Lizzy (Black/White) and Buster (Red) Missing Since 1-16-12. Last Seen in Ivanhoe.

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2025 S. Wheeler • Hwy 96 S • Jasper, TX 75951 409-384-5451 OR 409-239-6402




HANDYMAN SERVICES, Home Repair & Pressure washing. Senior discount. Call David Tate at 283-5614 or 429-4096. HANDY MAN SERVICES, Home maintenance and repairs. No job too small. Call Jimmy Estes at 409-429-5525. (49-tfn-b) STANDLE Y MOWING/ Services 936-366-7949. Lawn mowing, brush hogging, dirt work, landscaping, etc. (7-tfn-b) LAWN SERVICE Experienced Lawn service. Trying to add a few lawns for 2012. Commercial or residential welcome. 409-2831324. (8-6t-p) HARD-WORKING WOMAN needing work. Taking down, trimming trees; mowing; weedeating; raking; cleaning fencelines, flowerbeds; landscaping; painting houses, fences, barns. Have truck for hauling. Odd jobs, reasonable prices. Christal 409-834-6130 or 409224-5293 (9-10t-p)

Jessi and Jake went missing from the Rocky Springs Area off of Hwy 255 Outside of Colmesneil on Friday, March 30. Please call Beth at (409) 489-5376 if you have seen them.


FREE FIVE YOUNG ROOSTERS409-781-0012. (14-1t-p)

Roofing & Repairs JAY LOTT ROOFING Contractor. All types of roofing applied. Serving Tyler County 20+yrs. References available. Satisfaction guaranteed. Call 409-283-2760 or 409-382-7186. (52-tfn-b) CAPITAL ROOFING Insured/licensed roofers. Local references. 1-800-464-3555. (11-tfn-b) WOODVILLE ROOFING SERVICE Roofing, siding, painting, pressure washing, decks, porches, ceramic tile, remodeling. 35 years experience. Call Jimmie Estes, 409-429-5525. (6-tfn-b)

Warren High School Project Graduation BBQ Dinner (Brisket/Link/Beans/Potato Salad/Dessert/Drink)

Benefitting The Class of 2012 Saturday, April 28, 2012-Beginning at 5:00pm Located on the Patio behind Warren High School Featuring Live Country Western & Blue Grass Music Tickets are $10.00 and are Available at: The Warren High School Office or The Tyler County Booster

SAVE ON AUTO - HOME Save an average of $480* Stop here for great rates with America’s #1 car insurance company**. Give me a call today.


Russ Nalley, Agent

Office Furniture Equipment, Fixtures Phone Accessories

409-283-8105 408 W Bluff Woodville, TX

At Verizon

100 South Charlton • (409) 283-9000 (Across from the Courthouse)


David C. Davis Constable Precinct #2

I consider it an honor to be able to ask the voters of Precinct #2 to allow me to continue to serve as your Constable. I moved to Tyler Couty in June of 1978 and since that time have always worked and lived in Tyler County. For the past 25 years I have owned and operated my own business and believe the stability and integrity of the individuals who serve the people of Tyler County is the most important idea to be considered when selecting an elected official. I have maintained all of my training and continued to study to provide the best service to the voters of my precinct and have implemented and maintained a system of building checks for homes, churches, and businesses that has proved very effective in deterring break-ins and vandalism in our precinct. I will continue to serve all of my voters and all areas of my precinct for the full term of my office. My office has the only Deputy Constable in Tyler County which adds additional patrol and protection to the people of Tyler County and my department provides security for the Tyler County Courthouse, District and County Courts as well as the Precinct #2 Justice of The Peace Court. I would like to ask for your vote and support in the upcoming election so that we can continue to have a great place to live and work.


1415 Highway 96 Bypass • Silsbee


2001 Chevrolet S10 Ext Cab LS, 4cyl, 5spd, Alloy Wheels, A/C Great Fuel Economy


2007 Honda Pilot EX-L Leather, Sunroof, DVD Rear Air, Alloy Wheels


2007 Ford Ranger Reg Cab XL v-6 Auto, Custom Wheels


2006 Chevrolet Crew Cab Z71 4x4 LT 5.3v-8, Leather Bucket Seats, Bed Cover, Trailer Tow


2006 Chevy Uplander Van DVD, Quad Buckets, Dual Air 3rd Row Seat, LS Trim, V6


2007 Cadillac CTS Leather, Power Seats, Sunroof


David C. Davis

Early Voting May 14-May 25 Election Day May 29 Paid Political Advertisment by David C. Davis, P.O. Box 51, Woodville, TX 75979

2008 Chevrolet 1 Ton Dually Diesel LT, Auto, Leather, Front/Rear Ranch Hand Bumper


2011 Ford Explorer XLT, Leather, Dual Air, 3rd Row Seats Alloy Wheels, Factory Warranty




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Tyler County Real Estate OFFICE: 904 W. Bluff, Woodville

Ginni Stein 832-444-7787/409-200-0266 Russ Pilgrim 409-429-6223 Nancy Pilgrim 409-429-6230 Lillie Swearingen 409-429-4848


Tap into the Greater Houston Market!

Nationwide exposure with hometown agents! Top Producer!

Featured property of the Week Hwy. 69 South: Breathtaking custom 4BR/3.5BA Brick w/2 FPs on 29 Parklike Acres, 3-Car Garage+3-Car Shop , Pond, Creek, Barn

$425,000 Office 283-3110 • Cell 429-4262 Andrea Ayers 7 mi. S. of Woodville on Hwy 69 Open Thurs - Mon 9 - 4

List With Us!


FINANCED CEDAR CABIN, 1/1, Furnished, FP, Lancelot......................$39,000 SOLD GORGEOUS RANCHETTE, approx 4.3 acres, Galahad Loop.............$13,000 FINANCE-Cute 1/1, open concept, storage, nice porch, Perdilot..................................$33,000 SKILAKE-Brick,tri-level,3/2,F.P.,2storyboathouse,SherwoodForest,2lots,......NEW $177,000 FINANCING- Super camp, 2 lots, utilities, bath house, Sandy Ln........$55,000 NEW-Lk Galahad, 3/2.5/2, sunroom, super views, 2 kitchens, Shrwd..........$159,000 WATERFRONT, “Dream home” 3/2, furnished, pier, lakeview.....$75,000 LK GALAHAD, nice 3/2, priv. well, T pier, Galahad Loop........$129,000 SKILAKECABIN,1/1.5/sleep loft, cov. deck, Charmaine E..NOW...$87,500 CONTRACT PENDING Septic, water, electric, MFD home area, 13th Street..................$14,000 GREAT 08 MFD, on slab, 3/2, patio, storage, Pr. Valiant...............$65,000 RANCHETTE, approx 3.63 acres, Sir Henry............................$10,500 2 LOTS, storage w/ bath, popup camper, Friar Tuck N........NOW$18,999 STATELY BRICK 2 story on approx. 84 ac, 4/3, CH/A, over 2600sf plus 1196’ basement/garage. Lg Master, Family room w/FP, Formal dining, sunroom, Den/office w/fp, Ivanhoe West.....................$135,000 NEW CHESTER: Older frame home, 20.15+/-acres, CR access, needs TLC.....PENDING 75,000 NEW RUSTIC RANCH: 3/2/2CP, 13+/-acres, 2 large workshops, party pavillion.....REDUCED 155,000 COMMERCIAL: CR 4260 frontage near HWY 69, 2ac, 2100SF bldg on slab, office/receparea..$90,000 COLMESNEIL: 25+/- acres, good pasture, fenced. SOLD...............................................................$85,000 ACERAGE: 28+/- acres, desirable, Harmony area, SOLD..............................................................$120,000 NEW: 2.5 +/- acres, Oakforest Subdivision, good location.....................................................SOLD $17,500 WARREN: 3BD/1BA, frame home, storm cellar, 2 ac, great starter home......................................$55,000 NEW IVANHOE: Re-hab property, 7 lots, 2 homes on Lancelot...........................................SOLD $55,000 ROCK PIT: 27.64 ac, Limestone rock, good access, Rockland......................................................$150,000 WILDWOOD: Large 4/2.5 on 2 corner lots. Recent improvements, Aprox 3900SF living..........$150,000 ACREAGE: 12.5+/- acres, US 190 East frontage, watre, electric, septic onsite..............................$31,250 ACREAGE: 40+/- acres, Hillister, good CR access, pond, elec. available, $2,795 per acre........$111,800 ACREAGE: 38+/- acres, CR 2100 frontage, maturing pine plantation, mostly wooded.....SOLD $99,900 ACREAGE: 8+/- acres, partially wooded, FM 92 frontage, city water, electric available.................$30,000 COMMERCIAL: US Hwy 190 Frontage, 900 SF, 2ac, multi use..........................................SOLD $90,000 COMMERCIAL: 4.1 +/- acres, prime location, mid-town, 69 frontage on corner..................................PENDING.$389,000 COMMERCIAL: Former furniture store, 15,000 SF showroom/warehouse, 69N frontage...................................$375,000

HAL STARK, BROKER • (409) 429-8439 • RANDY DURHAM, Associate • (409) 429-6277

Member Houston Area MLS Greg Gonsoulin 409-454-1375 Stacy Manuel 409-429-4459/Jayne Best 409-880-5088 REALTOR / Houston HAR. MLS/ LAND OF TEXAS.COM/ Colmesneil - 4+acres, 3BR/2BA, brick..................................................................................................................$144,900 Woodville City Limits - 3BR/1BA, brick, large backyard .........................................................................................$89,000 Commercial Bldg - on 4/10 of an acre, highway frontage .....................................................................................$59,000 Jasper - 401 College, Comercial/Res, main 4487 sq.ft. Separate frame house 2108 sq.ft .........................$178,000 Jayne Spurger - 2 mobile homes on 2 ac, barn, out buildings, cr frontage, good rental income ....................................$72,500 Campground Community, CR 2077, 26 ac, partially wooded, pond, nice location............. REDUCED $4000 per ac Jayne 43 AC High fenced, 3/2/2 home, office, barn, pond, shed, cr frontage, creek, exotics .............................. $425,000 Greg 184 AC Warren - Wooded tract, asphalt frontage, maybe divided.............................. $2800 per/ac for entire tract Greg Warren - Large 3/2/2 new updates, granite,shop, fireplace,guest house, 8 acres .................................... $249,000 Stacy Brick 3/2, great starter home, good frontage., .80 ac ................................................................................ $82,000 Stacy New Const. 3/2 country setting, stone fireplace, granite, new appl., storage bldg. .................................. $189,000 Stacy Nice 4/3/2 -1900sqft, large closets, fireplace, 3.5 acres, shop, motivated seller ...................................... $142,000 Stacy Commercial – 69 frontage, 3/2 mobile home, large shop, 2.8 acres........................................................... $85,000 Stacy New Mobile Home – 3/2, outdoor kitchen, metal shop, 10 acres ............................................................ $110,000 Stacy New Home 4/3 granite, tile floors, dining&office, good neighborhood .................................................... $166,900 Stacy











MEMBER: - Houston Association of Realtors - - -

COZY 2/1 CAMP HOUSE: 4 lots, lake front. completely remodeled, also for rent....PENDING $75,000


HWY 69S: Breathtaking custom 4BR/3.5BA Brick w/2 FPs on 29 Parklike Acres, 3-Car Garage+3-Car Shop , Pond, Creek, Barn............................................$425,000 COLMESNEIL: CR 2925 Top quality 72AC ranch, 2 lakes, Billums Crk frntge, “Southern Living” home + 2nd home, shop, bunkhouse.....SALE PENDING 665,000 COLMESNEILRR 255: Impressive white stone 3-story home on 27 ac, granite island kitchen, 2 FP’s, wraparound porch, large shop/barn, +income producing rentals $489,500 HWY 69 S: Plantation style brick 3888 sq.ft on 36 ac w/pool; 3/2, impressive open entertaining area, WBFP, pond, camp house............................................$499,999 WOOODVILLE: CR 4259: 55 Ac Ranch, brick 4/2/2, stable, chicken house, shop, haybarn, feeders, large pond,live creek, camphouse........... ..................$299,500 WOODVILLE: CR 3000: 3BR/2BA bonus room, wood laminate floor, 2 car garage, gazebos, pumphouse/station, carport......................................$89,000 WOODVILLE CR 1010: Elegant 4br 2.5+ bath on 10 ac, 2-story den WBFP, dream kitchen, giant decks, creekview, dbl garage w/2 shops, outside shower ......................$325,000 WOODVILLE FM 1746: Large brick 4-5 bedroom, 3 bath on 50 acres, WBFP, island kitchen, porches, pastures, woods, pond, creek, workshop/barn, wildlife.................. $350,000 WILDWOOD:Extraordinarily beautiful custom lakefront home 3br, 2.5ba, dbl garage w/workshop, exquisite island kitchen, knockout master, dock/boathouse.....SALE PENDING $258,000 HARMONY 256 South: Great location, affordable 3 br frame on 10 wooded acres, springfed creek, needs some repairs but lots of potential; good floorplan....$129,000 COLMESNEIL:Hwy 69, Brick 3/2/2 on 4.86 ac w/shop, WB fireplace in den, WB stove in bedroom, ceramic floors, proches, beautiful trees ............ REDUCED$124,500 OAK FOREST: Updated brick 4 br 2 ba on ~1 ac, huge den WBFP, island kitchen w/ceramic counters & floor, office, sunroom, 40x45 shop, fruit trees, well ..........$145,000 WINGATE: Adorable cottage, picket fence, tall trees, totally renovated - gorgeous custom kitchen, french doors to deck, 16x20 storage bldg, could be commercial........... $89,000 HILLISTERoff 4300: Secluded newer elegant brick 3/2.5/2 + office on 23 acres, WBFP, granite kitchen, private lake, shop ......................................... SOLD $332,000 WARREN: Vintage Home under huge oaks on 4.4 ac: beautifully renovated w/ new kitchen & baths, floors, lighting; 3/2/1 shop, stg....$79,000 HILLISTER: Lovely 4br 2ba home on 29.6 ac, huge oaks, 3 ac springfed lake, decks, barns & more, in tranquil setting, suitable for B&B .............................$329,900 WOODVILLE: Hwy 69 S, Lg stone/frame home on 31.7 ac, 3,225 sq.ft., WBFP, 4br, 2ba, master w/wood burning stove, deck spa........................... SOLD $275,000 CR 1050: 52 ac, 3br/2ba country home, sparkling pool, arbor, outdoor cooking area, barn with stalls .............................................................................. SOLD $369,900 WOODVILLE CR 1050: 15 ac, 3br 2bath WBFP + 1br 1bath apt, huge porches, hot tub, sep M/H 3/2 w/porches ..........................................................NOW $200,000 IVANHOE: Sir Pellias, pretty brick 2br, 1.5 bath on 3 wooded lots; beautifully renovated corian kitchen, sunroom, greenhouse, storage/shop ...................$72,000 CHESTER: Darling 3 br 2 bath on 4.9 ac, king sized den, WBFP, breakfast bar, double carport, storage, good garden soil........................................................$95,500 TOWN BLUFF: CR 4150, cute cedar home, 2br., 1.5 updated baths, WBFP, wood laminate floors, appliances incl...dbl garage...................................................$68,500 IVANHOE interior, Darling frame 2br 2ba on Gawain, on 2 lots with big shade trees, 30’x8’ screened porch, storage shed, attractively priced........................$79,000 WOODVILLE: North Beech, stately brick, 3460 sq.ft., 3br 2.5ba, WBFP, gynormous game room w/gun cab, office, shop, stg, boat & RV port......................$159,000 LAKE AMANDA: Lakefront 3 br 2 bath cedar with big lakeview porch, pier, gazebo over the lake, 3-bay workshop/garage w/storage above, well ....... SOLD $149,900 LAKE AMANDA: Cedar 3-4 br 2 bath w/woodburning fireplace, 2-car garage + carport, fenced, workshop & storage underneath, pier, furnished .......REDUCED$99,900 LAKE AMANDA: Everything’s included m/h with covered porch, all furnishings, pier, stg bldg, carport, fishing boat, lawn mower.................SALE PENDING $89,500 COLDSPRING: Magnificent lakefront estate in Cape Royale on Lake Livingston, impressive custom home on 2.5 acres...............................................SOLD$849,000 COLMESNEIL: CR 2931 very secluded 3/2 cedar on ~24 ac of woods & pastures, screened porch, barn, creek, treehouse ...............................REDUCED$154,900 DEARWOOD: Beautiful brick 3/2 w/fireplace on 4.144 acres of gardens and paths. Covered patio, workshop, lake access......................................................$199,000 COLMESNEIL CR 3249: 5br 3ba brick on 5AC, FP in den & master, cov’d decks, outside kit/bath in garage .............................................................................$199,990 COLMESNEIL:Brick and hardiboard 3/2 on 14.9AC, FP, cypress vaulted ceiling, jetted tub, huge closets, porches, garage/workshop..........................SOLD$235,000 IVANHOE: Guinevere. 2-story 3br 1bath log siding home on 2 lots, vaulted ceiling, WBFP, wood laminate flooring, gazebo, generator............... REDUCED$110,000 IVANHOE: Parkview. Affordable 2 story home, 3br 1bath, stone fireplace WB & gas, fenced, storage bldg., 2 lots, two decks...................................... SOLD $49,000 SPURGER: Custom 4br 3ba with gorgeous pool/spa on 20ac pasture; also 5000 sq.ft. shop w/3 ofcs, kit, baths. .......................................SALE PENDING $385,000 WOODVILLE: CR 1065 Large 3/2.5/2 open concept on 3.5 ac, tile floors, FP, beautiful kitchen, hot tub, workshop, barn, well, henhouse ...................SOLD$189,000 CR 1010: 30 AC, fabulous Acadian brick 3/2 open concept, FP, granite, 3 barns, pond...................................................................................................... SOLD $450,000 FROG POND: 2 br renovated lakefront retreat, 80’ pier, great view and fishing, big RV garage/workshop, unfinished guest house............................. SOLD $129,000 LAKE GALAHAD:What a beauty! 4BR 2BA 4car gar; 2 lakefront lots. Exposed-beam cathedral ceiling in den; isle kitc, decks.................................... SOLD $199,500 HARMONY: CR1100 Lovely brick 3/2 on 6AC, stone FP, soaring ceiling, leaded glass, workshop, garage & carport. ................................................... SOLD $229,000 DEARWOOD: Elegant 2/2.5/2 brick/stone on 2 wooded acres, FP, guest house, shop w/2CP, multilevel deck. .............................................................. SOLD $189,900 COLMESNEIL Fowler Rd: Immaculate large brick home on 10AC, gorgeous 3br 2ba, porches, garage/shop + historic home. ................................... SOLD $249,900 COLMESNEIL:Spectacular 3/2.5/2 Mediterranean stucco&stone on 2AC, granite kitchen, concrete floors, stone FP, barn, avail......................SOLD$249,000







---- L A N D & A C R E A G E ----

685+/- ACS: Pine plant., live creek, long CR frontage, good hunting, will divide, no utilities..$1,707/Ac 146+/- ACS: Mixed woods, live spring branch, great lake site, long Pope Mill Rd. frontage........$2,500/Ac 129+/- ACS: Pt. wooded, good hunting...$2,200/Ac 102+/- ACS:Beautiful mixed woods w/ plantation, spring fed branch, long CR 2175 frontage.$3,250/Ac 98+/- ACS: Pt. wooded, FM 1745 front...$1,850/Ac 90+/- ACS: Hunting property, high fenced, live creek, two camp houses, outbuildings, CR access.$200,000 74+/- ACS: Fenced mostly pasture, some woods, three lakes, great location on CR 1050.....$3,675/Ac 62+/- ACS: Pretty rolling pastures, branch, spring fed lake, fenced, CR access and electric...$3,500/Ac 61+/- ACS: On RR 255 in Colmesneil, steep terrain, mixed woods, live branches, acc. to elect..$2,995/Ac 60+/- ACS: Nr. Spurger, nice high pasture, two lakes, pretty hilltops, building sites, on CR 4370...$195,000 48+/- ACS: Warren area, fenced, mostly open land, pond site, CR frontage, access to utilities..$2,695/Ac 45+/- ACS: Mixed plantation, hardwoods, great live spg., CR frontage, Polk/Tyler county line..$3,295/Ac 40+/- ACS: Open hilltop off Private Rd...$1,450/Ac 39+/- ACS: Nice pine plantation, wooded live water branch, excellent county road frontage.....$3,295/Ac 34+/- ACS: Heavy woods near Warren, FM 1943 frontage, large live water creek, utils avail.$2,995/Ac 26+/- ACS: Mixed woods, building sites, approx. 470 feet U. S. Highway 69S front., Woodivlle...$5,225/Ac 25+/- ACS: Heavily wooded mixed tract off FM 1746, electricity, end of road private location......$3,450/Ac 17+/- ACS: Woodville westg, mixed woods, end or county road location, pretty hilly terrain.....$3,235/Ac 9+/- ACS: 600 feet of U.S. Highway 190 frontage at FM 256, level clear land ready to build......$2,150/Ac 5+/- ACS: Heavily wooded property on FM 1745 west of Colmesneil, electricity, build. site..$4,000/Ac

HILLISTER: 3/2 Log Cabin on 8.7+/- acres, guesthouse, barn , wkshop............$219,000 WOODVILLE: 3/2 Brick on 15+/- acres w/ timber.............................................$195,500 COLMESNEIL: 3/2.5/2, FP, workshop, 17+/- acres.....................................$149,000 WOODVILLE: 3/2 on 4.7+/acres, fenced, CONTRACT PENDING improved, pasture, creek.................$98,000 WOODVILLE: 3/2, 1.5+/-acres........$85,000 WOODVILLE: 2/2 Mobile Home on 5.4+/-acres, appliances included.....$59,700 COLMESNEIL: 17+/- ACS, 3/2.5, lg rooms, FP, wood stove, workshop, rolling terrain.................................................$149,000

-RESIDENTIALJASPER: 4/4 Estate, Outdoor Kitchen, on 2+/-acres, in town..........................$375,000 WOODVILLE: 3 or 4/2 w/lake access, split level................................................$199,000 IVANHOE: 3/2 A-frame on lake.....$165,000 WOODVILLE: 4/3.5 on .85+/-acres,2 living areas, 2 maser BD..........Reduced$150,000 WOODVILLE: 3/2.5 on 4.457 acres, brick home with workshp........................$150,000 REDUCED: DOUCETTE: 3/2.5, 2-story, FP, SOLD cathedral ceilings, 2+/-acres..........$137,900 WOODVILLE: 4/2/1 Brick, formal dining, FEATURED LISTING: Gorgeous 102+/- acres updated..........................................$137,000 WOODVILLE: 3 OR 4/3, wkshop & pool, of rolling hills of pines featuring a wonderful century old pecan trees.................$139,000 spring fed branch & CR frontage. $3,250/Ac. -LAND & COMMERCIALWOODVILLE: 3/2 Close to town, 2+/-acres, all fenced, workshop......................$139,000 WARREN: 220 +/- acres, 3 Acre lake, 3 ---- R E S I D E N T I A L ---WOODVILLE: 3/2 split floorplan, great sub ponds, pasture, barns, outbuildings & ranch division, pool..................................$120,000 hand quarters.................................$725,000 HISTORIC B&B: Woodville 4BR/4BA/2GA two story IVANHOE:3/1 on .5+/-ac on Ski Lake, w/ WOODVILLE: 140+/- acres, timber value, home with cottage, beautiful landscaping...$154,900 boat house w/lift.............................$112,000 creek, rolling hills...........................$559,300 WILDWOOD HOME: Waterfront 3BR/2BA/2GA WARREN: 3/2/2 Brick, Private on 3.7+/WARREN:74+/-ac, perfect hunting tract, wood/stone, FP, large wood deck and pier.$175,000 acres..............................................$119,000 private, port.bldg. for sleeping, BA, barn, WOODVILLE: Kelley Blvd. brick well maintained IN TOWN: 2/1.5/1: Hardwood Floors, FP, elec, septic, water..........................$159,000 3BR/2BA/1CP, 1,485 SF nice lot in town.......$69,000 Workshop......................................$110,000 REDUCED: WARREN: 58+/- acres, great REDUCED: WOODVILLE: 3/2 Mobile WOODVILLE: 3 or 4BR/2BA, FP, pretty lot. $89,900 for hunting, covered RVparking.....$130,000 Home on 3.5+/-acres, 3 porches....$80,000 WOODVILLE: 8.01+/- acres, rolling terrain, WILDWOOD: Nice waterfront brick 3BR/2.5BA/2GA, CONTRACT PENDING WARREN: 2/2, FP, Study, Sun Porch on downtown........................................$86,000 2,523 SF, fireplace, large lot, newly updated.$235,000 1.96+/-acres.....................................$85,000 REDUCED: FRED: 38.36+/-acres, wooded, N REID STREET: Frame 3BR/1.5BA brick 2,000 REDUCED WOODVILLE: 3/2 Out of town, highline, creek...............................$1,750/ac square foot home, residential/commercial.....$83,500 FP, Outbuildings.............................$69,000 COLMESNEIL: 66+/-ac, hwy frontage, PINEGROVE:3BR/2BA,1,700SF,lg. room..$98,500 CONTRACT WOODVILLE: 4/3 MobilePENDING Home, FP, 2 lots electricity on site, wooded.............$3,000/ac WOODVILLE WEST: Frame 3BR/1BA, 1,200SF near Steinhegan Lake......................$79,000 WOODVILLE: 25+/- acres, wooded, close home on 2+ acres, frontage U.S. Hwy 190.....$45,000 WOODVILLE: 3/2 Guesthouse, Fenced to town..........................................$3,000/ac CHERRY ST: 800SF frame CH/A, carport..$36,000 Backyard..........................................$79,000 WOODVILLE: 13+/-acres, cleared, water WOODVILLE: 3 or 4/2 w/ fireplace and LAKE FRONT: Newer 2BR/2BA,1,200SF on Lake and electricity available.................$4,200/ac fenced backyard, outbuildings.........$73,500 Tristan in Ivanhoe, nice porch,pier, & dock...$145,000 SOLD IVANHOE: 2/1, 3 lots w/lots of new fenced ---- H O M E S O N L A N D ---WILDWOODareas................................................$69,000 WOODVILLE: 2/1 In town Shed......$67,000 CYPRESS BEND: 3/2, EXQUISITE: Artistic design 3BR/2BA, 2,225 SF cusCONTRACT PENDING 18’ ceilings, office, ---- C O M M E R C I A L ---WOODVILLE: 3/2 on 0.5+/-acres w/ RV tom home, lake, pier, workshop on 23+acs..$425,000 sunroom, patio, + extras................ $279,000 shed & storage unit..........................$65,000 REDUCED: HORNBEAM: 3/2/2, large lot., HILLISTER:3BR/2BA MH, 6 ac. on FM1013.$65,000 CONVENIENCE STORE: Midway Store at Polk Co. BROADDUS: 2/1 on 2 lots by Sam Rayburn view of Lake Kimble....................... SOLD $259,000 CUSTOM HOME: Woodville area 4BR/3BA/3GA, Line, includes bldg., brick home & 3.98ac..$285,000 Lake, w/outbuildings......Reduced....$58,500 REDUCED: E. WILDWOOD: 3/2/2, 3,321 SF brick, pool, on 12.5 private acres...$385,000 WOODVILLE: Open 1.565 acres with 225 feet of U S DAM-B: 1/1 Camphouse, 1/1 Mobile Home airplaine hangar, open concept.... $189,000 WOODVILLE US 69S: Custom 4BR/2BA stone & Hwy 190 front. west of town, ready to build..$85,000 on 6 lots...........................................$61,050 REDUCED: WILDWOOD DR.: 3/2, formal wood home, 2,300+ SF, stone FP, 5+/- acs. $195,000 FORMER SONIC: Great location, 1,200SF main HILLISTER: 2/1 on 2.5+/- acres, 3 storage dining, office/sunroom.............. $224,900/ac. HOME ON 10 ACS: Neat 2BR/1BA, Cabin near bldg.,over 4,000SF canopies, US Hwy69S..$109,000 sheds, FP.........................Reduced..$55,000 NEW: PECAN ST.: 3/2/2 guesthouse, 4 lots. REDUCED: WOODVILLE: 2 or 3/1 downColmesneil, 912 SF, FM 1065 frontage.........$83,500 1.5+/- ACS: West Woodville fronts U. S. Hwy 190W .......................................................$110,000 • SPORTS • SPORTS • SPORTS • SPORTS • 3 SPORTS • SPORTS • SPORTS • SPORTS • 1090, SPORTS • SPORTS townSPORTS w/ endless possibilities............$54,900 SPURGER: Brick 4BR/3BA, 2,600SF home,barn, & County Rd. all utilties, bldg. sites.....$32,000 REDUCED: HAWTHORNE: 2/3/2, on lots, WOODVILLE: CR 1010, 3/2, Island in CONTRACT PENDING huge shop, 2BR/1BA guest house, on 3.6ac.$175,000 lots of storage & more...................... $89,000 SOLD kitchen, clean, outbuildings..............$54,000 SERVING SOUTHEAST TEXAS SINCE 1997 NEW:HACKBERRY: 3/2/2, on 2 lots............ COUNTRY HOME: Appealing brick 3BR/2BA/2GA, COLMESNEIL: 4/2 on 3.2+/- acres near MBRS. HOUSTON AREA REALTORS & HAR MLS ......................................................... $69,900 2,929SF, neat gazebo, barn/shop, on 25+ac. $425,000 Rayburn & Neches River.................$53,000 REDUCED: MAGNOLIA: location on golf WARREN: Log Cabin, pond, mixed 27+ acs..$CALL M. F. Moffett, III, Broker, ePro SPURGER: 3/2 on 1.77+/- acres.....$44,000 course, lot measures 100x140.........$12,500 BEAUTIFUL WOODS: Brick 3BR/2BA/FP, on 155+ COLMESNEIL: 3/1 on 1.69+/-acres directly WILDWOOD: 1/2/1, FP, Lg. Fam. Rm.......... Bela N. Nagypal, Sales Assoc. mixed acs.,10 ac.lake, guest cabin, nr. town $839,500 off Hwy 69........................................$40,000 .........................................................$59,000 Judy S. Brown, Sales Assoc. ROLLING HILLS: 3BR/2BA, 2,500+SF farm house, DAM-B: 2/2 Brick on 1+/ac..............$36,000 LOTS: ........................From $3,000-$10,000 Tillman T. Johnson, Sales Assoc. pool, bar-b-que, barns, 52+ fenced open ac. $325,000 -FARM & RANCHCall us to see what services we you... REC can ROADprovide 255: Framefor 3BR/2BA, 1,200SF home NEW: WOODVILLE: Lg. 4/3, 12.5+/-acres, on 8+/- open fenced acres, also fronts CR.....$78,900 pool, gameroom, lg master suite...$365,000

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Little Eagles Nest Daycare is now accepting applications for full-time summer help. Please come by and pick up an application if interested. 509 W. Dogwood, Woodville.(14-2t-b)

PART-TIME Water System Operator for the Tyler County Water Supply Corporation (TCWSC) 20 or more hours per week. Will assist Licensed Water System Operators with the repair and maintenance of the TCWSC water system. $9.00-$10.00 per hour wage. Mechanical experience helpful. Apply at: Tyler County Water Supply Corporation, 12139 F.M. 92, Spurger, Texas 77660; phone 409-200-2610. (13-2t-b) NEED SOMEONE to do yard work. Older, mature person. Must have own equipment. Call 409-283-8711. (13-2t-p)

BIDS ARE being taken until Apr. 9, 2012 by 10 a.m. for the regular yard maintenance of all locations of Citizens State Bank, Woodville, Texas. Locations are to include Colmesneil, Spurger, Warren and 2 locations in the City of Woodville. Maintenance is to include the mowing, fertilizing, weed spraying, maintenance of flower beds, parking lots and ant control. Bids are to be turned in to Kathy Carruth at Citizens State Bank, 102 West Bluff, Woodville, Texas. (14-2t-b) GOLF MAINTENANCE, experience preferable. Call 409834-2241. (13-2t-b)

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EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCED FLATBED OTR Truck Drivers needed. Call R&M Enterprises, 936398-5050. (13-2t-pce)

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IESI is looking for a qualified Diesel Technician. Minimum 2+ year’s experience. Must be self motivated and energetic to join our Team. Sanitation truck experience is a plus. Job requires bumper to bumper knowledge of Class 8 trucks, strong in electrical and hydraulics. Must have own tools. Shift is afternoons. Pay rate $15.00 per hour. Must have minimum of high school diploma. Position is located at 2339 FM 770 Kounze. EOE

WA R R E N , 2 B R / 1 B A , unfurnished, $600/mo. with $600 deposit. Require references, lease agreement. No HUD, no pets. Leave name and number. 409-547-0649. (13-2t-cc) COLMESNEIL nice 3BR, 1 HO USE FOR SALE i n BA. $550/mo. with $550/dep. Chester, Texas. 1,849 sq. ft. Updated historical home on Water and trash included. 409(13-tfn-b) 12.8 acres with large barn and 837-9802. carport. $169,900. 210-380ACREAGE 3388. (9-8t-pce) 4 BR, 2 BA, 3 year old roof, 1.55 LAND FOR SALE 25 acres acres. 804 N. Pitzer, Colmesneil. located at intersection of C.R. Reduced $68,000. 409-837- 2570 and C.R. 2580, Colmesneil. 5683. (9-t23-p) Improved pasture, partially fenced, creek, 3 ponds, shop on slab, barn, smoke house, utilities, Homes For Rent beautiful hardwood trees along HOUSE FOR RENT- good ref- drive. Exemplary school district. erences & deposit required. Call $100,000. 409-837-2406. 409-283-7034. (39-tfn-b) 69 ACRES off C.R. 1450 west of Warren. 34 acres big pine, 14 NICE, CLEAN, 1/2/3 BR acres longleaf pine plantation, 1 homes, good neighborhoods, acre lake, electricity, water well $650-up. 409-283-2022, or 409- and good road. $250,000. Call 429-4754. (5-tfn-b) Keelin Parker, Loblolly Real Estate. (13-12t-cc) WOODVILLE & COLMES- ONALASKA: 3 acres, woods, N EI L 1 , 2 , 3 B R h o u s e s , apartments, mobile homes, water, electricity. Great for some all-utilities-paid. Call recreation or home site. $500 for availability. 409-837-9802. down, $225/month. Call 254315-8155. Broker. (13-4t-pce)

Woodville Health & Rehabilitation Center 102 N. Beech • Woodville, TX 75979 (409)283-2555


Full-Time LVN 2-10 Shift Comprehensive Salary, Plus Benefits Full-Time Certified Nurses Aide All Shifts Competitive Salary, Shift Deferential OPEN POSITIONS DIETERY AIDE PRN, Evening Shift (10:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.), Assist with preperation and serving of food to patients, employees, visitors, as well as maintaining cleanliness of utensils, equipment and kitchen areas. Prior food service experience required. ADMISSIONS CLERK PRN, Various Shifts, Perform all duties related to admitting & discharging inpatients, outpatients, and emergency patients. Verify insurance, data entry, inoming hospital calls. One year office experience required in medical field.

To inquire about positions at the Hospital, check the employment section of our website at Human Resources Department (409) 283-6590 1100 West Bluff • Woodville

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2BR trailer to be moved. Has appliances and some furniture. $1500. 409-429-5002. (13-4t-cc) 3 BEDROOM SINGLEWIDE homes starting at $19,900., delivered with A/C. Reliable Homes of Huntsville. Open 7 days. Sunday 1 p.m.-6 p.m. 936-295-8188. RBI 35671. (13-2t-pce)

5 BEDROOM, 3 BATH used Doublewide, 16X76 used Singlewide. Priced to sell quick! Reliable Homes of Huntsville. 936-295-8188. RBI 35671. (13-2t-pce) 1,440 SQ.FT. SINGLEWIDE, 18X84 Huge. Must see Singlewide! Reliable Homes of Huntsville. 936-295-8188. RBI 35671. (13-2t-pce)

APARTMENT/RENT 2-BEDROOM, 1 - b a t h apartments in Chester, $415/ month. 936-327-0317. (10-tfn-b) NICE AND CLEAN! Furnished 1BR Apt. All bills paid. Cable and Wireless Internet included. 936-6764830. (37-tfn-b)

Homes For Sale

WOODVILLE BEAUT Y! Large country home on 2 wooded acres in charming Woodville. 4BR/2BA, fireplace, PRIVATE LAKE, newly built and ready for move-in. OWNER FINANCING. 409-926-9056 or 877-617-5637. (13-8t-cc)

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FAMILY HEALTHCARE (409) 283-5556 Kalyan Rath, MD Board Certified in Pediatrics

101 North Pecan •Woodville, TX 75979 (409) 283-3600

Durba Mishra, MD Board Certified in Internal Medicine Mihir Das, MD Board Certified in Internal Medicine Krishna Kumar, MD Specializing in Internal Medicine

Greg Stewart, RN

Theresa Lyons, FNP • Fred Moore, PA-C

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Welcomes Two New RN’s to Our Dedicated Family of Caregivers.

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Meet Our Activities Department!

Pictured are Tami Ferguson, Activity Director and Hannah Hill, Activity Assistant Tami has been with WHRC since 1997. It is quite obvious how much the residents mean to Tami and her assistant by the way everyone’s face lights up when they walk into the room. A big THANK YOU to Tami and Hannah from all of us at WHRC! 102 N. Beech • (409) 283-2555

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Our Women’s Only Side is a 6 Station Circuit Training great for Cardio and Toning, along with Free weights and Resistance Bands

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•Aggressive Nursing Services Geared Toward Promoting Patient Independence. •IV Therapy •Wound Care •Post Operative Recovery Programs •Rehab Services Including Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, or Speech-Language Pathology, and MSW •Geriatric Care Management For Life Planning and Social Needs, Assessments and Interventions •Home Health Aide Services for Personal Care Needs

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Meet the robot that’s redefining surgery at Woodland Heights Medical Center. We’ve just put some of the most advanced surgical technology into the hands of the surgeons at Woodland Heights Medical Center. The new da Vinci® Si Surgical System for robotic-assisted surgery may offer patients many benefits, including less pain, minimal scarring and shorter recovery times. The specially trained surgeons at Woodland Heights are experienced in a variety of robotic-assisted procedures, ranging from hysterectomies and prostatectomies to other urologic, gynecological and general surgeries. To learn more, visit or call 936-699-CARE (2273) for a specialist referral.


PROMOTE YOUR EVENTS and get connected to your friends and neighbors in Tyler County by subscribing to the Tyler County Booster for only $20 per year in county. We accept Mastercard, Visa, and Discover Credit or Debit. Call Today. 409-283-2516. (1-nc) THE WOODVILLE G RO U P o f A l c o h o l i c s Anonymous Meets: 101 Pine St. on Tues. & Wed. 6:30 p.m. & Fri. 8 p.m. For Help Call 409-454-4053 or 409-2005213. (1-tfn-nc) AL-ANON: Family Groups is an Anonymous Fellowship of Relatives and Friends of Alcoholics. There are Many AlAnon and Ala-Teen Meetings Throughout the Southeast Texas Area. If You are Affected By a Drinking Problem Someone Else Has, And Want Further Information, Please Call 409899-3343. (1-tfn-nc) FI BROMIALGIA SUPPORT: Call L oretta Mott at 409-331-0018. (1-tfn-nc) THE NEW BEGINNINGS AA group: 112 S. Pecan, will meet Mondays, Thursdays, and Sundays at 6:30p.m. 409-2009604. (1-tfn-nc) B I N G O EV ERY W ED N ES DAY: A t t h e Nutrition Center, 201 Willow from 12:30-Until! (1-tfn-nc) I CAN COPE: I Can Cope is an educational support group offered by the ACS and offers support services to survivors and caregivers. Lynn Hays has begun this support group at Woodville United Methodist Church. Meetings will be held at 6 p.m. every first Thursday of the month. For more information on I Can Cope, you may contact Lynn Hays at 409-429-8189 or Charlean Wiggins at 936969-3114 or 936-760-5618. (1-tfn-nc) C H RI S T I N E ’ S P LAC E RESALE Shop, representing Family Services of SE Texas, a non-profit organization, accepts donations M-F at 501 West Bluff 409-331-9939, and is open daily for your shopping needs for the entire family. Women and Children’s Outreach of Tyler County offers support and counseling to victims and/or families of victims, including abused women and children. Call 409-283-5887 for assistance. (1-tfn-nc) TOPS: You are cordially invited to a TOPS meeting EACH MONDAY at 9:45 a.m. at Dogwood Hills Baptist Church. Join us to TAKE OFF POUNDS SENSIBLY. 409283-7188 or 936-414-0570. (1-tfn-nc) TOPS: You are cordially invited to a TOPS meeting every Monday at 6 p.m. at Woodville County Extension Building behind McClure Furniture. Join us to Take Off Pounds Sensibly. 409-719-6861. TOPS, meets every Tuesday at 9 a.m. at the United Methodist Church in Spurger. For great group support on your way to loosing weight and being healthier join us to take off pounds sensibly. For information call 429-5239. (1-tfn-nc) ARE YOU a c om p u l s i ve overeater? Overeaters Anonymous can help. No weighins, dues or fees. Come join us Tuesday, 5:30 p.m. at Woodville United Methodist Church, Education Building, starting March 13, 2012. (10-tf-nc)

TOPS meets every Monday night at 6 p.m. at United Methodist Church in Spurger. We have great group support and lots of fun losing weight. If this is what you are looking for, come join us or call 409429-7147. (11-tfn-nc)

LEGAL NOTICE FAIR HOUSING PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT: FAIR HOUSING, IT’S THE LAW To promote fair housing practices, Tyler County encourages potential homeowners and renters to be aware of their rights under the National Fair Housing Law. Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act of 1968, as amended, prohibits discrimination against any person on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin in the sale or rental of units in the housing market. For more information on fair housing or to report possible fair housing discrimination, call the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s toll-free hotline at 1-800-669-9777. You may also reach them via or at the following address: Fort Worth Regional Office of FHEO U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

Woodland Heights Medical Center is directly or indirectly owned by a partnership that proudly includes physician owners, including certain members of the hospital’s medical staff.

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801 Cherry Street, Unit #45 Suite 2500 Fort Worth, Texas 76102 (14-1t-b)

LEGAL NOTICE FAIR HOUSING PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT: FAIR HOUSING, IT’S THE LAW To promote fair housing practices, the City of Colmesneil encourages potential homeowners and renters to be aware of their rights under the National Fair Housing Law. Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act of 1968, as amended, prohibits discrimination against any person on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin in the sale or rental of units in the housing market. For more information on fair housing or to report possible fair housing discrimination, call the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s toll-free hotline at 1-800-669-9777. You may also reach them via or at the following address: Fort Worth Regional Office of FHEO U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development 801 Cherry Street, Unit #45 Suite 2500 Fort Worth, Texas 76102 (14-1t-b)

LEGAL NOTICE FAIR HOUSING PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT: FAIR HOUSING, IT’S THE LAW To promote fair housing practices, the City of Woodville encourages potential homeowners and renters to be aware of their rights under the National Fair Housing Law. Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act of 1968, as amended, prohibits discrimination against any person on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin in the sale or rental of units in the housing market. For more information on fair housing or to report possible fair housing discrimination, call the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s toll-free hotline at 1-800-669-9777. You may also reach them via or at the following address: Fort Worth Regional Office of FHEO U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development 801 Cherry Street, Unit #45 Suite 2500 Fort Worth, Texas 76102 (14-1t-b)

LEGAL NOTICE Clerk of the Court Kim Nagypal, District Clerk 100 West Bluff, Room 203 Woodville, TX 75979 Attorney for the Petitioner Amy Bythewood 102 South Charlton Woodville, TX 75979 THE STATE OF TEXAS NOTICE TO RESPONDENT: You have been sued. You may employ an attorney. If you or your attorney do not file a written answer with the clerk who issued this citation by 10:00 a.m. on the Monday next following the expiration of twenty days after you were served this citation and petition, a default judgment may be taken against you.” TO: Unknown Father YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANDED to appear and answer the District Court, Tyler County, Texas, at the Courthouse of said county in Woodville, TX, at or before 10 o’clock a.m. of the Monday next after the expiration of 20 days from the date of service of this citation, then and there to answer the petition of Adriennne Stewart and Cody Stewart, Petitioners, filed in said Court on the 27th March 2012, against Unknown Father, Respondent(s), and said suit being Number A-18,489, on the docket of said Court and entitled: In the Interest of a Child, the nature of which suit is a request for Termination and Adoption of Stepchild. Said child was born Colter Caviness-Jaynes, born June 25, 2009, in Jefferson County, Texas. “The Court has authority in this suit to enter any judgment or decree in the child’s (children’s) interest which will be binding upon you, including the termination of the parent-child relationship, the determination of paternity and the appointment of a conservator with authority to consent to the child’s (children’s) adoption.” Issued and given under my hand and Seal of said Court at Woodville, Tyler County, Texas, this the 28th day of March, A.D. 2012. Attest: Kim Nagypal, Clerk, District Court, Tyler County, Texas By Debbie Hughes, Deputy (14-1t-b)

LEGAL NOTICE WOODVILLE HEALTH AND REHAB CENTER In accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and its implementing regulation, Woodville Health and Rehabilitation Center will directly or through contractural or other arrangements, admit and treat all persons, without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, age, sex or handicap. In accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and its implementation regulation, Woodville Health and Rehabilitation Center will not, directly or through contractual or other arrangements, discriminate on the basis of handicap in admissions access, treatment or employment.Shannon Hickman has been designated as the coordinator for the implementation of this policy. In accordance with the Age Discrimination Act of 1975 and its implementing regulation, Woodville Health and Rehab will not directly or through contractual or other arrangements, discriminate on the basis of age in provisions of services, unless age is a factor necessary to the normal operation or the achievement of any statutory objective. (14-1t-b)







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WAY TO GO STUDENTS! (409) 283-7678 1100 W. Bluff Woodville, TX Conveniently located in the Tyler County Hospital


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Our 5th Annual Tamale Festival will be May 12 from 10am-6pm at the Old Orchard Park in Diboll. We are seeking vendors for arts, craffts, concession, kids activities/fundraisers, etc. We offer a free admission event and free train rides to the park. Destination pick up and parking is at the Diboll Civic Center off FM 1818. Top Tamale Sponsor: Metro PCS. Hot Tamale: First Bank & Trust, Diboll Branch, Medium Tamale: Temple Inland.



COMMERCIAL SPACE Hwy. 190. 2500 Square Foot. Ideal for restaurant. Hood and Ansell in place. $1400. month, $1400. deposit. 409-837-9802 (25-tfn-b)

L & J’s REMODELING Addons, decks, metal roofs, cabinets, fence-building & repair. No job too small. Call 283-7478. (1-tfn-b)


I’LL FIX IT! General HOME & MOBILE Home REPAIRS. Honey-Do+ODD JOBS, Decks, Porch Repairs, Roof Repairs, Storage Sheds, SENIOR DISC. 33 yrs. Experience. David Tate 283-5614. (48-tfn-b)

The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated. - Mahatma Gandhi Please also read Matthew 25:40 832-244-6493 “ALL OF CREATION IS GOD’S FAMILY”

Computer Services CO M P U T E R R E PA I R : Website design and computer networking, WEBSTORM COMPU TERS. 283-1051. (40-tfn-b) IF ELSIE STEWART comes in the Booster office at 205 W. Bluff in Woodville, with an ID, he/she wins $5 cash. Prize money must be claimed by the following Monday at 12pm. Unclaimed prize money will accumulate. (1-tfn)

27 years. 16,354 ears.

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Wheat Elementary 505 N. Charlton Woodville, TX 75979 Kindergarten & Pre-Kindergarten Registration 2012-2013 Pre-Registration for Kindergarten & Pre-K will be April 17, 2012-April 20, 2012. For Kindergarten your child must be 5 by Sept. 1 and for Pre-K your child must be 4 by Sept 1, 2012. You will need to bring: Kindergarten: Birth Certificate, Shot Record, Social Security Card, Drivers License. For Pre-K: Birth Certificate, Shot Record, Social Security Card, Proof of Income, Driver’s License. You must bring all items for the enrollment packet to be processed. Please call and make an appointment @ 409-283-2452. Matriculacion Para Kinder Y Pre-Kinder 2012-2013 Matriculacion para el Kinder Y Pre-kinder sera de Abril 17-Abril 20 2012. Para el Kinder su hijo/a tenga cumplidos los 5 nos para Septiembre 1,2012. Para la matriculacion se require los siguientes expediiente de inmunizacion, y licencia del padre or tutor, y una prueba de ingresos para determinar elegibilidad para el Pre-knder. Todo esto se necesita para ser pocesado. Por favor llame para una cita al 409-283-2452


2012 Western Weekend Photo Album April 5, 2012 TYLER COUNTY BOOSTER

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