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Kirk Academy recently released the list of its honor students for the first nine weeks. List All and List A-B Honor Roll students include: First Grade List Aleigh Ables, Harper Bailey, Sophi Beck, Nola Beckham, Callie Jean Brown, Luke Carpenter, John Fancher, Sophia Fedric, Everly Grace Flowers, Ty Hill, Carli Jean Hoff, Sophie Martin, Wyatt Wren and Avery Wrenn List Brice Revell, Scarlett Rose, Matthew Tubbs and Kolby Woods Second Grade List Lucas Dunn, Chloe Carpenter, Ada Martinez, Maddox Rainey, Bree Campbell, Charlie Brooke Bowman, Brantley Woods, Rylee Kate Connerley and Owen Fant List Cole Bennett, Olivia Renfro, Kai Holloway, Oliver Greer, Carson Mabry, Brianna Wilkerson, Calvin Le, Hayes Hartley, Karson Dyre and Carter Wolfe Third Grade List Rivers Grace Osborne, Eva Rose, Eli Bailey, Kohen Mattox, Russell Mims, Maggie Malone, Wes Harville, Riley Beckham, Charlie Martinez, Mason Massey and Paxton Rice List Raylon Pounds, Harley Harper, Josie Deloach, Luke Garlington, Logan Prestridge, Benson Liles, Corbin Timbs, Faith Fedric, Damon Stevens, Conner Abel and Cannon Ford Fourth Grade List Alli Weeks, Levi Jefferys, Claire Thomas, Mary Alden Kirk, Derek Ross and Keeton Kimbrough List Sidney Hill, Carter Willis, Mattie Abel, Caden Floyd, Levi McRee, Dawson Campbell, Joleigh Sultan, Conner Hubbard, Martha Kate Harris, Mallory Mitchell, Skylar James, Annah Claire Fancher, Ross James, Klayton Winter, Ellie Kate Bennett and Eria Rhymes Fifth Grade List Will King, Kaylee Edwards, Jake Wallace, Hydi Rose Holloway, Ava Revell, Addyson Kilgore and Emmie Reese Gray List Annabella Dunn, Sage Hannan, Carson Hathco*ck and Tate Summers Sixth Grade List Jana Mims, Mackenzie Knight, Halle Deaton, Molly Kate McKibben, Ava Kirk, Allie Mattox and Abbie Mattox List Owen Edwards, Case Kimbrough, Aubrey Claire Dickey, Sophie Moorman, Molly Kate Blake, Taylor Melton, Macey Gordon, Kam Andrus, Lannie Tilghman, Carter Mattox and Madi Yeager Seventh Grade List Tony Le, Phillip Messina, Yaj Patel, Charley Rose, Noah Abel, Mary Elise James, Lylah Kate Burnett and Charlee Sultan List Cecile Brister, Luke McRee, Andy Redwine, Camryn Albritton, Katie Garlington, Welton Davidson, Anna Lyon Gatlin and Gage Vance Eighth Grade List Katie Grace Ray, Mary Hayden Melton, William Hobson, Blake Mattox, Rusty Gates and Alyssa Duke List Demi Burney, Ty Daves, Braiden Yates, Campbell Leverette, Maci McCollough, Anthony Carollo, Aden Noah, Caroline Kirk and Marnie Box Ninth Grade List Chandler Beissel, Meg Daves, Savannah Edwards, Rileigh Brogan, Abby Redwine, Colby Scaife, Hannah Littlejohn, Madison Whitfield, Gracie Summers, Caleb Connerley, Carter Hathco*ck, Bella Garrett, Taylor Kate Hall and Alex Flautt List Baylee McElroy, Taylor Fant, Josh Parks, Crew Connerley, Ethan Prestridge, Heath Mabry and Gunner Vance Tenth Grade List Luke Hollingsworth, Abby Grace Beissel, Emma Kirk, Emily Lane, Sophie Brister, Erica Edwards, Molly Lane, Elizabeth Nerren, Kaycie Clements, Gabrielle Hoss, Mary Margaret Knight and Matthew McWhorter List Leah Fielder, Josh Harrison, Ragan Benson, John Ricks, Cole Bailey, McKayla Bailey and Taylor Leverette Eleventh Grade List Mary Wilkinson, Alexis Draper, Hunter Huddleston, John Hiram Davis, Ethan Presley, Abby Grace Campbell, John Lake Melton, Carson Stanford, Will Hartley and Seth Short List Colbert Hathco*ck, Rylee Smith, Molly Gibson, Matt McKay, Nathan Moore, Skylar Vance, Ashlyn Lee, Cadyn Collins, Kalem Benson, Wyatt Buchanan and James Taylor Twelfth Grade List Graham Seibel, Parker Goodson, Luke Beissel, Woods Nerren, Kyle LaBarreare, Bailey Traugott, Anna Grace Lane, Riley Taylor and Lily Gober List Haley McWhorter, Julianna Millwood, Maddie Ross and Allan Bloodworth Obituaries R.D. Allbritton Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2020, at New Bethel Holiness Church for R.D.

Allbritton, 86, of Grenada, who died on Monday, Oct. 19, in Columbus. Burial followed in North Shady Grove. Visitation was held at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct.

20, at New Bethel Holiness Church. Bro. James Jones, Bro. Tommy Hill and Bro. Jerry Hill officiated.

Sacred music was provided by Radford Winters, Tommy Hill and Amy Todd, and Abby Smith. Mr. Allbritton was born in Cascilla and was the son of the late Leslie Franklin Allbritton and Myrtle Winters Allbritton. He was the widower of Essie Kendall Allbritton. They shared 59 years of marriage together.

Two sons, Randy Allbritton and Ronnie Dean Allbritton; two sisters, Mildred Winters and Louise Allbritton, and three brothers, Charles Allbritton, Edward Allbritton and Googe Allbritton, preceded Mr. Allbritton in death. Survivors include, his daughter, Sybil Ross (Steve) of Grenada; sons, Roger Allbritton (Linda) of Charleston and Dody Allbritton (Amanda) of Pearidge; sisters, Rivers Dungan of Cascilla and Earnestine Kendall (Doyle) of Cascilla; grandchildren, Calvin Ross, Stephanie Smith (Larry), Chris Allbritton, Derrick Allbritton (Jessica), Manly Allbritton, Peyton Allbritton (Holly) and Tyler Allbritton and great grandchildren, Ben and Abby Smith, McKenzie and Kendall Allbritton, Noah and Madeline Grace Allbritton and Laken Allbritton. Pallbearers were Chris Allbritton, Derrick Allbritton, Manly Allbritton, Peyton Allbritton, Tyler Allbritton and Ben Smith. Honorary pallbearers were Dody Allbritton, Leslie Allbritton, Noah Allbritton and Larry Smith.

In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made to New Bethel Holiness Church, 6727 Pearidge Grenada, MS 38901 Online condolences can be made at www.womblefuner- Womble Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Roger Don Juan Davis Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2020, at McKibben and Guinn Funeral Service for Mr. Roger Don Juan Davis, 63, of Gore Springs, who died on Sunday, Oct.

25, in Grenada. Burial followed in Woodlawn Memorial Park. The Rev. James McElroy and Bro. Kelly York officiated.

The family received friends from 1 p.m. until ser- vice time on Tuesday, Oct. 27, at McKibben and Guinn. Don was born March 26, 1957, in Charleston to William Chester and Lucy Yvonne Flint Davis. He had spent most of his working life as a painting contractor and attended Grenada Church of God.

He had an excellent ear for music and enjoyed writing songs and playing his guitar. He was also an avid gun enthusiast and enjoyed anything dealing with horses. Above all, he had a strong love for his family and his passing leaves a void in the hearts of many whom he loved. His parents and three brothers, Buddy Davis, Wesley Davis and John Wayne Davis, preceded Don in death. Survivors include, his wife, April Brister Davis; daugh- ters, Kristy Davis Olsem (Travis) of Grenada and Chellsee Davis Perry (Jim) of Holcomb; son, Chad Davis (Danielle) of Grenada; sister, Gayle Ashford of Water Valley; mother- in-law, Voncille Brister of Grenada; five grandchildren, Levi Snyder, Savanna Snyder, Zachary DonJuan Snyder, KenLeigh Grace Davis and Harley Alexa Davis and the family is anxiously awaiting the arrival of another grand- daughter, Ella Rose Perry.

Online condolences can be expressed to the family at McKibben and Guinn Funeral Service in Grenada was in charge of arrangements. J.R. Dukes Jr. Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Oct.

24, 2020, at McKibben and Guinn Funeral Service in Grenada for Mr. J.R. Dukes 72, of Tillatoba, who died on Tuesday, Oct. 20, at his residence. A private burial followed in the Scobey Cemetery.

The Rev. Mike Ramage officiated. Jimmy was born on Oct. 15, 1948, in Washington County to James Robert Sr. and Maurine Knox Dukes.

He was the owner and operator of J.R. Dukes Trucking, LLC for 47 years. He was a member of Southside Baptist Church in Washington County. While coon hunting was among his many hobbies, his greatest joy came from being a constant encourager and supporter of his family. While we find comfort today in knowing he has met the author and finisher of his faith, our hearts remain heavy for the void his absence will leave.

Jimmy simply pass away, he held in his soul the cure to death, a relationship with Jesus. His parents; sister, Virginia Blade, and a brother, Billy Dukes, preceded Jimmy in death. Survivors include, his wife of 53 years, Diane Dukes; daughter, Terri Dukes of Tillatoba; sons, John Dukes (Kathy) of Tillatoba, Bubba Dukes of Tillatoba, Dale Dukes (Shannon) of Scobey, Patrick Dukes (Angela) of Tillatoba and Junior Dukes of Tillatoba; brother, Albert Dukes of Greenville; 15 grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Pallbearers were Jimmy Dukes, John E. Dukes, Junior Dukes, Waylon Dukes, Bryan Hollis and Jake Rose.

Online condolences can be expressed to the family at McKibben and Guinn Funeral Service in Grenada was in charge of arrangements. Jimmy Ray Mills Graveside services were held at 2 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2020, in Eskridge Cemetery in Eskridge for Mr. Jimmy Ray Mills, 80, of Eskridge, who died on Tuesday, Oct.

20, at his residence. The Rev. Terry Walton officiated. Mr. Mills was born on Aug.

28, 1940, to Mack C. and Minnie Estelle Sims Mills. He was a brick mason and a member of Eskridge Baptist Church. He was also a Mason and attended Cowboy Church in Gallman. His parents and four brothers, Billy Mills, Doug Mills, Leroy Mills and Neal Mills, preceded Mr.

Mills in death. Survivors include, his wife of 34 years, Sherry Mills of Eskridge; daughters, Kathy Mills Pyles of Elliott, Teresa Mills Collins of Cullman, and Christy Mills of Eskridge; sons, Donnie Mills and Ronnie Mills, both of Grenada; sisters, Maxine McCorkle of Vaiden, Florene Hines of North Carolina, Peggy Sullivan of Magee and Pam Self of Vaiden; brothers, Thomas Mills of Eskridge and Marvin Mills of Buffalo, Texas; 11 grandchildren; nine great grandchildren and a host of nieces and nephews. Pallbearers were Mr. grandsons, Cobin Collins, Cameron Collins, Lane Pyles, Pake Pyles, Eric Smith and Cody Mills. Honorary pallbearers were Colton Collins, Brad Mills, Kyle Mills, Mike De Los Santos, Lee Makamson and Grant Wilson.

Oliver Funeral Home of Winona was in charge of arrangements. Hulet Wayne Neal Graveside services were held at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 24, 2020, in Evergreen Cemetery in North Carrollton for Mr. Hulet Wayne Neal, 70, of North Carrollton, who died on Thursday, Oct.

22, in Greenville. The Rev. Lanny Haley officiated. Military honors were rendered at the graveside by American Legion Post 29 of Greenwood. Mr.

Neal was born on Feb. 24, 1950, to Albert Hulet and Jeanette Richardson Neal. He worked as a financial planner and was the retired regional vice president for Primerica. He was a United States Army veteran and served in the Vietnam War. His parents; his wife, Marilyn Romero Neal, and a brother, Timothy Neal, preceded Mr.

Neal in death. Survivors include, his son, Timothy Wayne Neal of North Carrollton; sister, Ginny Neal of North Carrollton; brother, Michael Neal (Lou Ann) of Colorado Springs, Colo. and his niece and nephew, Brooke Neal and Sean Neal, both of Colorado Springs, Colo. Pallbearers were Mike Whitfield, Terry Tingle, Charlie Staten, Al Neal, Donnie Wiltshire and Chip Gray. Oliver Funeral Home of Winona was in charge of arrangements.

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