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LeGarrette Blount runs against Arizona.


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Incumbent Commissioner Pat Patterson, right,
receives the oath to begin her third term in office,




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intersection of Bryant Street
and Colson. Upon his arrival,
two suspects engaged the
delivery driver in conversation
about their order and not
having money for the pizza.
While talking to these two
suspects, four other suspects
**** PleaSe see page 5


Buckeye


reports

layoffs

in Brazil

& Memphis
Buckeye Technologies Inc.
announced this week that, due
to softening of demand in the
markets that use its cotton
specialty fibers, Buckeye will
be taking market downtime at
its Americana Cotton Specialty
Fibers facility in Brazil and
reducing production by one
shift at its Memphis Cotton
Specialty Fibers facility.
But the company is
continuing to see strong
demand for its high-end
specialty wood business
manufactured at its Foley mill
in Taylor County.
The key markets
experiencing the weak demand
are nitrates, plastics, paper and
LCD grades. This will result in
- the Americana fashly being
idled for the entire month of
December and the Memphis
facility operating at about two-
thirds capacity going forward.
Both facilities have been
running below capacity due to
raw material constraints for the
past two years, but the
December downtime and shift
reduction is due to reduced
demand and the economic
slowdown.
"We are making the decision
to take downtime because of
the recent weak market
demand for our cotton


One of five juveniles arrested
for the armed robbery of a
pizza delivery driver last
October has pled guilty and
been sentenced to three years in
prison.
Officials with the Perry
Police Department received
notice from the state attorney's
office this week that Chedrick


Burrell, 18, pled guilty to
robbery while armed with a
firearm or deadly weapon.
Under the plea agreement,
Burrell--who was 17 when he
committed the crime--was
sentenced to three years in
prison and eight years
probation. He was also ordered
to pay court costs and fmes.


The robbery occurred Oct.
15, 2007, at approximately 9:40
p.m. An order was placed at a
local pizza restaurant for
delivery to Bryant Street.
"The victim/driver delivered
the pizza to Bryant Street and
was flagged down in the back
parking lot of the Word Living
Ministries Church at the


County Commissioner Malcolm Page, right, takes the
oath to begin his second term in office.


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By MARK VIOLA
Staff writer
Thanksgiving is a time f or
friends and family to come
together and celebrate the
good things in life, usually)
around a table full of food.
While purists might
disagree, Thanksgiving is
also about football.
For Taylor County nauve
and University of Oregon
stand-out runningbuck
LeGarrette Blount, this
holiday week has been about
both.
Blount, a 2004 graduate of
Taylor County High in his
first year playing Division I
college ball, was back in
town last weekend for the
first time since the season
started.
He is back in Oregon now,
preparing for perhaps the
biggest game of his career so
far, the Civil War, the in-state
rivalry game against Oregon
State University.
During his time- in Pe">
Blount had a chance to catch
up with family members and
oldfriendseven taking a few
hours to sign autographs for
his hometown fans.
That wasn't the first thing
he did though. -
"The first thing I did, I got
a nice home-cooked meal,"
Blount said. .
After a much-needed taste
of good Southern cooking,
Blount then spent the


Couny Comisione Lonie oucrihtis


amongst friends and his
girlfriend, who made the trip
with him from Oregon,
greeting passersby and
chatting while signing t-
shirts and cell phones.
** Please see page 4


evening with friends,
including former teacher
Deidra Newman and her
family.
"It was a ftm day," Blount
said.
He spent his Saturday
afternoon at Kmart, sitting


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Downtown prepares for so


and a Kids Talent Show will
also be held Friday night. The
deadline to enter the talent
show is Monday. Dec. 1. by
4 p.m. Forms may be returned
to Vickie Hatton at Heavenly
Floors (located on Green
Street).
Concession booths will be
set up around the downtown
square and a deejay will be


spinning Christmas tunes.
The merriment continues on
Saturday, Dec. 6, with a
Community Christmas Sing
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Vocalists interested in
lending their talents to the
occasion are asked to contact
Hatton.
The event is being sponsored
by Main Street Perry Inc.


Share holiday cheer with
your family during the third
annual SnowFest and
Community Christmas Sing
Dec. 5 and 6 in downtown
Perry.
Snow will blanket the city
parking lot on Washington
Street Friday night, Dec. 5,
from 6-9 p.m.
Admission is free for all


children.
The evening will begin with
a Christmas tree lighting
ceremony at 6 p.m.
Featured events include train
rides, a bounce house, super
slide, horse drawn carriage
rides, a live nativity scene and
much more.
Downtown businesses will
have extended shopping hours


Kenneth Dennis, right, is serving an unprecedented
sixth term as a school board representative.



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Swearing in ceremonies for
newly-elected and re-elected
county commissioners, along
with longtime school board
member Kenneth Dennis, were
held Nov. 13 at the Taylor
County Courthouse.
County Judge Stephen
"Buddy" Murphy administered
the oaths of office; joining him
was Supervisor of Elections
Molly H. Lilliott, who
presented each official with a
certificate of election.
Not present for the formal
ceremony was Superintendent
of Schools-elect Paul Dyal
and school board member
Darrell Whiddon. Each was
given the oath during private
hearings.
Those receiving the oath
were: newly elected county
representative Lonnie Houck
and returning incumbents
Malcolm Page and Pat


Patterson.
Kenneth Dennis, who was
re-elected to an unprecedented
sixth consecutive term, also
took the oath.
The date for swearing-in
ceremonies for constitutional
offices will be announced in
the coming weeks.


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The brave actions of two
Perry Police Department
officers in rescuing a man from
a burning home earned both
Ptl. Garrett Campbell and Ptl.
Jimmy Cash letters of
commendation.
Both men were recognized
during a luncheon ceremony
held Wednesday at the police
headquarters on Washington
Street.
Chief Vern Clark praised the
officers for "the quick response
and selfless nature" of their
actions on Feb. 22.
The letters of commendation
read, in part:
"Officer Garrett Campbell
and Officer Jimmy Cash
responded to a report of a house
fire and, upon arriving, saw that


the house was fully engulfed in
flames. Other officers at the
scene advised that a person was
heard on the west side of the
house yelling for help. A search
of the perimeter of the
residence showed that someone
was reaching out of a bedroom
window screaming for help,
Officer Campbell, with the
assistance of Deputy Scott
McKenzie, pulled Willie
Bodiford from the burning
residence. While moving him a
safe distance from the house,
the victim stated that this son
was in the house. Attempts
were made to enter the house to
rescue his son. During the
rescue and subsequent search
for additional victims, Officer
Jimmy Cash attempted entry


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Editor's Note: The fifth installment of the "They Were Here" series
was first published in 1976. In the foreword, Taylor County Historical
Society President Alton H. Wentworth noted: "In this Bicentennial year
of celebration, we are reminded to think back more intently upon the
circumstances and accomplishments of those who made possible this
heritage which is ours to enjoy. Especially, we love to ponder the
hardihood, industry and fundamental Christian character which
impelled those early settlers to make this area of Florida a place
which attracts all those fortunate enough to find this location."
F.C. Poppell
1860-1941
Felix Clayton Poppell was the son of Boyd Dias Poppell,
who came to Taylor in the early days from Sparta, Ga. His wife
was the former isabella Faulkner from another pioneer family.
In Taylor County, west of Boyd, the Poppell family engaged
in farming and livestock (cattle) industry.
Felix Poppell migrated to St. Lucie County pretty soon after
his marriage and at first worked on a trading boat under
Captain Napoleon B. Broward, who later became governor of
Florida.
He was the first person to be elected tax assessor of St. Lucie
County, and he held that
position for I8 years. His son,
Calvin Poppell, became tax
assessor in 1952. His t
daughter, Margaret Louise,
married Troy Moody of Vero ..
Beach and he served that .
county tax collector for many
years,
Felix Poppell also served a
,a
te rm in the .1931 state
legislature at the age of 72. as
This was an important
contribution to his county and
to the state.
Also outstanding in this
good man's career is his
adherence to the Baptist faith
and his love and participation '
in "singing conventions."
When he was 74 years of age,
he attended an association
singing convention at Day and
his participation was


dOu o
with zest and feeling. F.C. Poppell

Robert Henderson Kn ght
1926-1972
Rdbert (Bobby) Knight wits'born in'9WekWddMlfe FI the
son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Knight, moving to Taylor
County when a very small child. He entered school at Foley
and was graduated from Taylor County High School.
At the age of 12 he became a mernber of the Foley Baptist
Church (now Southside Baptist Church) maintaining his
membership until his death.
D i h ti th f il


Members of the 1952-53 Taylor County High School cheerleading squad were: (I to r) Patsy Vann, Ann
Faircloth, Eleanor Tedder, Mary Carolyn Whitlock, Gloria Parker and Mary Jane Henry.


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The Taylor County Historical PC
Society is now accepting
submissions for the next
installment of the "They Ware
Here" series. President
Wanda Cash encourages local
residents to honor their
loved ones by taking a few
nd es tomompletee

to the historical society
for inclusion in the next book.


Taylor County Historical

Society
Desired information for
"They Were Here" books entry
NAMF
BIRTH DATE AND PLACE
PARENTS' NAMES
MARRIED TO AND DATE
OCCUPATION
COMMUNITY LIVED IN
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NAME/ADDRESS OF SUBMITTED
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November 28-29, 2008



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High school yearbooks
capture an untold number
of images that, in later
years, gam new meaning
when they are seen
through the eyes of a new
generation.
As family and friends
gather this holiday season,
we invite you to get out
your old yearbooks and
share stories from your
days at Taylor County High
School.
The photos here were
taken from the 1953 edition
of the Tacohi annual.
(Fromthecollectionof MarkSoutherland)


Leading the Taylor County High School band in 1953 were majorettes (I to r)


by the Florida Department of
Agriculture.

THREE WEDDINGS'AND
TWO ENGAGEMENTS
The society pages of the*
newspaper were filled with
bridal gowns and veils. The
wedding announcement of
Martha Williams and Richard
L. Murphy Jr. was spotlighted,
along with pictures of Angela
Sue Ellison and Ronald Poppell
cutting their wedding cake, and
Nancy Wiggins and George
Allan Curry in wedding attire at
their home ceremony.
Forthcoming ceremonies
would unite Carol Lee Knight
and Richard Harold Cruce,
Julie Pauline Croker and
Richard Allan Weaver.

GIFT IDEAS FROM
PERRY DRAPERY
Getting a jump on Christmas
shopping, Perry Drapery
suggested a "grandmother
clock" for $475 (which chimed
on the quarter and half hour), as
well as ginger jars for $5.98


and up, lamps for $7.98 and up,
bookends for $6.98 and up, or
books for $3.
At First Federal Savings and
Loan, the interest rate was 4
percent for Christmas Club
members.

PILGRIMS LAND IN PERRY
The students of Ellen
Faircloth constructed a pilgrim
homestead from cardboard, and
the class of Mary Jo O'Steen
built a teepee to complete the
site, all on the campus of
Gladys Morse Elementary
School.

WONDERLAND?
Yes, Christmas Tree
Wonderland had opened in
Madison, and local families
were headed north to get their
yule tree the old-fashioned
way.

NOW SHOWING...
The featured movie at
Graves Drive-In was
"Slaughterhouse Five" starring
Michael Sacks and Ron


Leibman. It was rated "R."
Saturday and Sunday's double-
feature found Clint Eastwood
on the big screen in ''High '
Plains Drifter" with a second
showing of "Trick Baby"
starring Mel Stewart and Keil
Martin.

BULLDOGS END SEASON
WITH LOSS
The Taylor County High
School Bulldogs ended their
season on a low note, when
they were defeated 15-7 by the
West Nassau Callahans. They
ended the season 3-6-1, with a
2-1-1 ranking in the
conference.

FIRST DEER
Eleven-year-old Steve
Brannen got his first buck Nov.
17 while squirrel hunting with
a 20-gauge shotgun in the
Taylor County woods. He was
pictured with his six-pointer in
this week's edition, as was
Crete Pruitt who killed a seven-
pointer while hunting off Fish
Creek Grade.


ru ng t e me e am y
was in government work in
the Canal Zone, Bobby
enlisted in the ,U.S. Navy.
After completion of his naval
service, he attended Spring
Hill College in Mobile, Ali
He was married to Mrs.
Geraldine Tasler Grenoble of
Stuart, Neb., and had one
stepson, Laverne Grenoble. At
the time of his death, he was a
valued employee of Ryan
Stevedoring Company of
Mobile, serving in the
capacity of safety director.


,

,
*
Robert Henderson Knight


The important thing is
this: To be able at any
moment to sacrifice that
which we are for what
we could become.
--Charles DuBois

In this age, which
believes that there!s a
short cut to everything
the greatest lesson to be
learned is that the most
difficult way is, in the
long run, the easiest.
--Henry Miller

Do not condemn the
judgment of another
because it differs from
your own. You may
both be wrong.
--Dandemis

Whatever you are
be a good one.
--Abraham Lincoln

Peo le are like holiday s.
Do others see you as
Christmas, or more like
Tax Day?
--Ward Elliot Hour


All philosophy in
two words--sustain
and abstam.
--Epictetus

Watch the little things; a
small leak will sink a
great ship.
--Benjamin Franklin

You've got to do your
own growing, no matter
how tall your
grandfather was.
--Irish Proverb

It is better to sleep on
things beforehand than
lie awake about them
afterwards.
--Baltasar Gracian

Sandwich every bit of
criticism between two
thick layers ofpraise.
--Mary Kay Ash

Be wary of the man
.
who urges an action m
which he himself
incurs no risk.
--Joaquin de Setanti


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THE TACO TIMES
November 29, 1973

DECORATIOblS UP [N -
DOWNTOWN PERRY
Many lament that Christmas
comes "too early" these days,
but in 1973, the Christmas
decorations were already
glistening in downtown Perry.
It was a lean year, though, and
the city council announced that
"only every other light will be
turned on this year and there
will be no Christmas tree in the
park." Bah humbug?

TOP 4-H HONORS MAKE
FRONT PAGE
The county's top 4-H'ers
were pictured: Andy Poppell,
Pepper Phillips, Sandra
Robinson and Steve Holton.
They were honored during
Farm-City activities, with a
recognition program sponsored
by the Perry Kiwanis Club.
In other 4-H news, Gayle
Lewis was representing Taylor
County at the National 4-H
Convention; she was sponsored


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A-3PFerry News-Herald November 28-29, 2008


A wall of casement windows and French doors on the rear of the Kroehle home
provides a panoramic view of its woodland setting.


Remembered locally as the
"Mamie Jo Booth Home," this
two-story Craftsman-style
home built in 1920, has found
itself in the 21st century,
serving as a real estate office.
Its history is well documented
by Ann Hodges, proprietor of
Gulf Breeze Realty, who bought
the property in 2005. Here's the
The property site was
potented by the United States to
Florida on July 16, 1851, and
the first state deed was issued
to Edward Jordan on Jan. 18,
1861. Mr. B.P. Blanton, a local
merchant, and his wife, Emma
(Stripling), a school teacher,
built the concrete block
Craftsman home on the site in
1,2..
Emma's niece, Mamie Jo
Booth, moved in with her
following the death of Mr.
Blanton, ind she later inherited
the home where she and her
second husband, Hanson
Booth, lived until his death in
1961, and her own death in
2004, just two weeks short of
her 101st birthday.
The upstairs of the house
(which includes two bedrooms,
a fireplace and one bathroom)
was once rented to Mrs. J.H.
(Helen) Scales who was a
charter member (1927-29) and
past president of the Perry
Woman's Club.
A large porch graces the front
of the Booth home, located at
I17 W. Main St. The interior
features high beaded-board,
ITeart pine ceilings with picture



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Double, eight-foot mahogany doors are the
focal point of the entrance to Arleen Krochle's
home, located at 2457 Franks Fair Lane.
The compilation of several design ideas, this
custom-designed home enhances its natural
setting, nestled amid sprawling oaks and
towering pines. It will welcome guests for the
2008 Tour of Homes on Sunday, Dec. 7.
The home's foyer ceiling peaks at 26 feet,
highlighted by a large, contemporary chandelier
which illuminates arched entrances to the guest
suites, dining room and great room.
The home has three bedrooms, and three and a
half baths. Two guest suites have their own baths
with custom cabinetry and granite countertops.
Each suite also has its own entertainment area.
An office and exercise room adjoin the master
suite. Casement windows continue throughout
this wing of the home.
The large master bath contains a Whirlpool
tub, shower and bidet. Custom cabinets are
featured, with granite countertops.


into wooled setting
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Twenty-inch porcelain tile is installed
throughout most of the house which has 10-foot
ceilings, enhanced with different crown
molding,
The great room, in the center of the home, is
designed with an 11-foot coffered cellmg and
large crown molding. A wall of casement
wmdows and French doors combine "to bring
the outside indoors." A French-inspired
stone wood/gas burning fireplace finishes the
room.
Abutting the great room is the spacious island
kitchen with custom cherry-stained maple
cabinets, granite countertops and stainless steel
appliances. Through an arched doorway off the
kitchen, guests will find the dining room
accented tw a floral crystal chandelier and
fruitwood dinmg table.
The garage wing of the home has a huge bonus
room overhead and laundry area with a specially
decorated dog bath for the furry residents of the
home.


'This old house' felt a Gulf Breeze blow through...


table and bookcase were made
from original cypress. wood
shelving which was removed
from old closets. Two tin
windows were transfonned into
hammered artwork. An old
cypress safe was refinished and
is featured in the office space.
The foyer showcases a
painting of Hotel Hampton, by
a local artist, as well as antique
artifacts displayed in a stacked
lawyer's bookcase.


baseboards and trim are all of
heart cypress.
The downstairs was designed
to include a foyer, kitchen,
dining room and a large living
room with a fireplace and two
sets of swinging glass-paned
doors. A second bath was
added downstairs, and the
carriage house was converted
to a storage room.
Hodges has renovated the
home and converted it to office


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- A-4 Perry News-Herald November 28-29, 2008


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Continued frorn e 1
After a stellar career at
TCHS, Blount was recruited by
several Division I schools,
including Auburn. He didn't
qualify academically however,
and he ultimately found a spot
at East Mississippi Community
College.
Despite 19te setback, Blount
flourished on the community
college level, becoming one of
the top rushers in the nation-
Last season, his second
season at EMCC, he rushed for
1,042 yards on 178 carries in
nine games with six
touchdowns. He also caught
eight passes for 144 yards and a
touchdown.
After his two years at
EMCC, Blount was once again
being sought after by a number
of top-tier schools. Many
expected him to jump to
Florida State University, so it
was a surprise last December
when he chose the west coast
Oregon Ducks.
He raised eyebrows again in
April when he told ESPN that
one of the reasons he chose the
university was the team's
uniforms, which are some of
the most talked about apparel in
college football. *


816 rushing yards with 15
touchdowns.
Those numbers have earned
him national attention, with his
name regularly mentioned on
ESPN and other media outlets.
The publicity is a big change
from community college ball.
Blount said. "If you make a big
play in Division 1, you get
noticed."
And it's not only the media.
Video clips of Blount scoring
touchdowns or hurtling
defenders can he found on
YouTube.com.
"It's nice when people notice
you in a crowd." he said of the
attention.
The attention may only be
beginning.
Oregon is 8-3 on the season,
sitting at No. 19 in the AP Poll
Top 25 and No. 23 in the BCS

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All children, boys and girls, ages 0-13 (13 as of
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experience is necessary to compete. There will
be trophies for the first three places in each
age group and the winners will advance to the
Regional Finals to be held in Umatilla, Fla.
Sign up forms may be picked up at the
Perry Elks Lodge Soccer Fields on the day of the event,
and lunch will be served to all paniopant:, with an awards
ceremony to be held immediately after the end of the contest.

Any questions may be directed to Dennis W. McLean at 584-7511.
You may also speak with any member of the lodge.
WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU ALL THERE!


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The Taylor County High boys
basketball team defeated
Lafayette County Monday 79-
58 int Mayo in their regular
season opener.
Matthew Burrell lit up the
scoreboard with 26 points to led
the Bulldogs. Tony Jackson
added 15 and Curtis Jones 13 in
a contest that saw TCHS take a
41-26 lead at half time.
Others scoring for the


Former Taylor County High
quarterback Genario
McNealy's University of North
Alabama football team handily
defeated Valdosta State
Saturday to advance to the
quarterfinal round of the
NCAA Division II playoffs.
The Lions (11-1) will take on
Delta State this Saturday in
Cleveland, Miss.
McNealy, a 6-0, 200-pound
junior, has played a backup roll
this season to one of the
nation's top Division II
quarterbacks -- senior A.J.
Milwee. Milwee has already set
eight school records at North
Alabama and is a candidate for
Division II player of the year.
Still, McNealy has seen
action in 10 games this season
tor the third-ranked Lions. He
has completed 33 of 52 passes
for 401 yards and four
touchdowns -- all without an
interception. He has also rushed
for 39 vards on 12 carries.
McIdealy, who signed with
the Lions last spring, passed for
more than 1,400 yards and
rushed for nearly 400 yards last
year as he led his 12-0
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team to a co-national
championship.
He also put up some
impressive numbers his senior
year at Taylor County High,
completing 100 of 209 passes
for 1,874 yards and 15
touchdowns. He helped lead
the 2005 Bulldogs to their first
playoff appearance since 1998.


Bulldogs included Reginald
King with 7 points, Tevy Ellis
with 5, Fred Florence and
Lavaski Williams with 4 each,
Chase Stephens with 3 and
David Baldwin with 2 points.
The Bulldogs play host to
Chiefland Monday in their
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standings, and bowl eligible.
This Saturday. on a day filled
with big-named rivalries,
Oregon meets Oregon State
(No. 17, AP; No. 17, BCS) in
the Civil War.
Blount admits he hasn't
studied up on the in-state
rivalry's history, which began
in 1894 (the seventh oldest
rivalry game in the nation).
Oregon holds the series edge
55-46-10. but Oregon State has
won the past two.
"They've had our number for
the last couple of years, but I
think it's time to return the
favor," Blount said.
Not afraid to trash talk a bit,
he added that Oregon State has
become a "bit full of
themselves.'
"We'll bring them back down
to reality."
The game will likely


determine which bowl the
Ducks play in next month.
If...when we beat Oregon
State, we may be going to the
Holiday Bowl (in San Diego,
Calif.)," Blount added.
The game also has national
implications. Oregon State can
clinch the Pac-10 title with a win
and a spot in the Rose Bowl. .
Through all of the buzz, it's
not lost on Blount that his
success so far can be a good
model for current and future
classes of TCHS football
players. He also admits that his
mistakes can serve as lessons.
"There will be obstacles," he
said. "Work hard. The main
thing to do is keep your grades
up, which is what I didn't do
here and I paid for it.
"Work hard. Play hard."
Blount will doing his best to
do both this weekend.


Then, 14ess than a minute into
he second quarter, Blount
broke out on a 36-yard
touchdown run, extending the
Ducks' lead to 21-0.
. Blount had scored 19
touchdowns during his two
seasons at EMCC and dozens
during his time at TCHS.
None of them compared to
his first touchdown as a Duck.
"There's nothing like it." he
said. "Every touchdown I've
had my whole career, there's no
comparison to scoring in front
of 50,000 to 60,000 people."
The Ducks never looked
back in their game against Utah
State, finishing 66-24 with a
school-record 688 yards of total
offense, including 408 yard
rushing.
Blount finished the game
with 132 yards on the ground
and another touchdown.
It would be the first of six
games this year Blount scored
more than one touchdown; he
had three against Washington
State. Through 11 games this
season, Blount has amassed


Talking last weekend,< he
gave a more coAvegional
answer to the question he gets
in just about every interview he
gives. :
- "It wais the best field for me
at the time," he said of Oregon.
It helped that.jumor running
back Jonathan Stewart, named
to the All-Pacific-10
Conference first team after a
record-breaking 2007 season,
was expected to jump early to
the National Football League.
"Why not take that chance
and have a chance to play right
now?" Blount asked.
The chance paid off. Stewart
did jump, getting drafted in the
first round by the Carolina
Panthers.
After a successful spring
practice, Blount and fellow
running back Jeremiah Johnson
had created:quite a bit of buzz
in the media;.
In the first game against
Washington, Blount had four
carries for 21 yards.
In the season's second game
against Utah State, however,
the. nation would get a better
look at his potential.
Johnson left the game after
the team's first series with a
shoulder injury, so much of the
weight of the rushing game fell
on Blount.


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iny Savior and my King.
Everyone enjoyed Dual Day Sunday afternoon at the Tritimph
Holmess Church. It was spirit-filled and attendance was good.
The Ministers, Deacons and Superintendents Union of Taylor
County, (for which the Rev. Izell Montgomery Jr. is president) will
begin its local program by the host church today, Nov. 28, at 7 p.m.
All officers and members are asked to be present.
The union will open Saturday at 9:45 a.m. f or a husiness
meeting, followed by the youth program.
Come and spend the weekend in the last Taylor County Union
in the year 2008 at the oldest mother church in Taylor County,
Springhill M.B., 155 years old. The Rev. lzell Montgomery is
pastor. "Y'all come."


st Johns Christian Fellowship


Fifth Sunday meeting slated
The Church of God of Prophecy will hold its Fifth Sunday
Union Meeting (Sunday, Nov. 29) at Glorious Rain Church,
located at I10 E. Maurice Linton in Perry.
Sunday School begins at 10 a.m. with morning worship at I1.
Pastor Byron Hughes invites the community to attend.

Southside plans 'mini' cantataS
Southside Baptist Church invites everyone to two "mini
cantatas" on Sunday evening, Dec, 7, at 6 p.m. The children's
choir, directed by Nicole Ratliff, will begin the service with a mini
cantata entitled "Christmas Around the World. The adult choir,
under the direction of Ty Scott, will then perform "Joy to the
World."
A DVD presentation will accompany the music; each cantata is -
approximately 20 minutes long.

Obituary


Food sign-up deadline is Dec. 8
Perry First Church of God and Aneel Food Ministries have
joined forces to brin "food relief to invior County," said Mike
Hicks, pastor of the c lurch.
Its first distribution in Perry, coordinated by First Church of
God, sent food home with nearly 100 .families.
"The great part is that Angel Food is for everyone," said Hicks.
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There are no !imits to the quantity of boxes per individual, and
there aren't any applications or qualifications for eligibility.
The next distribution will be Saturday. Dec. 20; orders must be
placed by Dec. 8. Please contact the church at 584--7992 or 584-
8646 to place your order. Payment for boxes (which range fronT
$30 for a regular box and $28 lor a senior box, to $35 for a
Christmas/holiday dinner box) may be made by cash, check or
food stamps.

Fifth Saturday meeting scheduled
Moderator Robert Watson extends a cordial welcome for-
everyone to attend a 5th Saturday meeting at Stembatchee Revival
Center this Saturday, Nov. 29. Services, includingn ood gospel
singing and preaching." begin at 11 a.m., followed ly linner.
Pastor of the church, located at the corner of First Avenue and
Second Street. is the Rev. Jessie High.


Card of Thanks

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Together we stand, divided we full. The family of the inte Betty
J. Florence would really like to extend our thanks and appreciation
for your cards, love offering. meals, flowers and prayers. We thank
you and tue asking you to keep us up in prayers. Thank you, kindly.
Greatly appreciated,
The family of the late Betty J. Florence


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Students at Taylor
County Elementary took
part in a food drive over
the last two weeks in
order to support local
food pantries during the
holiday season.
More than 1,500 items
were collected by the
students in third, fourth
and fifth grades.
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graders (seated, I to r)
Dylan Wilson, Connor
Stengel, James Parker,
Dar ya Smit h, Lillie
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Natalie Beattie, Antonia
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barely registered it as animation until the more
cartoonish human characters were introduced
later.
What did surprise me was how good a
romance story "Wall*E" turned out to have.
Although Wall*E and Eve only utter perhaps a
dozen different words combined from start to
finish, the animators are able to give such shocr
emotion to their creations that I was left smiling
at one moment and near tears the next. Simply
put, no other domestic animated feature has ever
put me on such an emotional rollercoaster before.
There is an environmental message in this film
as well, about the future of humanity and the
planet, but it's unlike films such as "Happy Feet"
that don't trust their audiences to "get it" without
slamming it home with the cinematic equivalent
of a sledge hammer. Like the rest of the movie.
"Wall*E" is subtle. Not sneaky or underhanded,
but making it an organic part of the
story, similar to works
by Japanese director
Hayao Miyazaki.
-- / "Wall*E" is a
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example of the
-- wonders of animation
and one of the most
innocent, heartfelt
romances since the
days of "Lady and the
Tramp."
The film is
recommended to all.
from the believers to
the bitter cynics.
"Wall*E" is rated G.
e. Walt Disney Studios
Ho\pe Entertainment
went all out this time
with several different
releases on Blu-ray
and DVD. Each
release contains the
feature film along with bonus features, including
an exciting all-new animated short film BURN-
E, the story of a stalwart repair robot by the same
name who is determined to do his job, but is
foiled at every turn by Wall-E's adventures
aboard the Axiom.
The single-disc DVD release includes
"Presto," the Pixar Animation Studios original
theatrical short that accompanied the Wall-E
theatrical release, audio- commentary with
director Andrew Stanton, deleted Scenes, Easter
eggs and more.
The three-disc edition (a two-disc release with
a digital copy of the movie for the home
computer of portable devices) includes
additional shorts, six behind-the-scenes
featurettes, a documentary about Pixar, and an
early Wall*E development test.
The Blu-ray release adds Cine-Explore, a
viewing option in which filmmakers comment on
Wall-E, accompanied by behind-the-scenes
visuals, in sync with the movie: Geek Track, an
additional commentary full of obscure references,
little known trivia and lively sci-fi discussion; the
Axiom Arcade, a retro suite of video games with
a Wall-E twist, including Eve's Bot Blaster,
Wall-E's Dodge & Dock, M-O's Mop-Up
Madness and Burn-E's Break Through; and more.


After watching Pixar's "Wall*E" last summer, I
said the following:
Would you believe me if I told you that one of
the best performances this year was in a
children's movie? A cartoon no less? And the
performance was not even by an actor, but
instead by a troupe of animators that brought to
life one of the most endearing characters in
recent memory? '
You may not believe me, but I stand by the
statement after watching Pixar Animation
Studios' "Wall*E."
I still stand by it. In fact, "Wall*E" is one of the
best movies of the year so far. Fortunately for
those who missed it in theaters, "Wall*E" was
released on DVD and Blu-ray last week. .
Pixar has had a string of phenomenal hits, from
their tour-de-force "Toy Story" to their more
recent releases "The Incredibles" and
"Ratatouille." Each time, rather than rest on their
accolades, they strive
to find where and how
they can push the 2
limits of their

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This tide, they
gave us Wall*E. Both
thecharacterandthe
movie delight.
The story is set 700
years from now, on L
Earth long after ..
humanity moved out ..>.
into space leaving the
planet poisoned and
full of garbage. .
Countless robots
were left with the task
of cleaning up the
mess. Now, hundreds
pf years later, only
one remains: Wall*E
(Waste Allocation
Load Lifter Earth-
Class). Time has given him a few eccentricities,
including a habit of hoarding random bits of junk
that he finds while cleaning up the world, one
pile of trash at a time.
The years have also lent him a personality, and
he spends his evenings watching a videocassette
of the 1969 itrusical "Holly Dolly" wistfully
hoping to meet someone one day. He gets his
wish when he meets Eve, a robot left after a
surprise visit from a spaceship, and soon he's on
an adventure that will bring him face to face with
the humans who left him behind.
"Wall*E" is very subtle for a children's movie.
Although the laughs and adventures Wall*E and
Eve have through the course of the film will keep
young ones entertained during its 103 minutes,
many of the finer points of the film are left for
older audiences to pick up. Early in the film,
Wall*E is going about his business, triggering
automatic advertising messages that fill in some
of Earth's backstory. Even Wall*E's full name is
never spoken aloud and is only shown on the side
of a storage container. Subtlety is often a lost art
in big budget films, but not here, and the
audience is rewarded by it.
It almost goes without saying that the
animation throughout the movie is nothing short
of spectacular. After the first 10 minutes or so, I


Tampa Bay blues
.
Damon Fowler (shown above) was born and raised in
Florida. He first picked up the guitar at the age of 12
and soon he was playing small clubs in and around the
Tampa Bay area. Years later and thousands of shows
behind him, Fowler is one of the most unique and
seasoned acts on the national circuit. Perry will get a
taste of his music during the Southern Pines Blues and
BBQ Festival Dec. 12-13 at Forest Capital State Park.
For more information, contact the Perry-Taylor
County Chamber of Commerce at 584-5366.


recreations of the fanciful short
stories Jo writes in her attic
studio. The personal journey
taken by the characters remains
as universal and poignant today


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as when written 150 years ago.
Rel iewers call the music
wonderful overall, with several
standout numbers, including
"Days of Plenty." "Some
Things Are Meant to Be" and
"Astonishing."
Rose-Mock directs "Little
Women" with music direction
by Bryan Richards. Jillian
Bracken is the performance
accompanist. Rebecca MacKay


the costumer, Paige Brand the
stage manager, and Tina Fauble
the show's producer.
"The show offers wonderful
opportunities for actors to
portray fully realized, thee-
dimensional characters, as well
as providing a showcase f a
primarily-female-cast-"--R@se-
Mock said.
She added that whe(1she read
"Little Women" as a young girl,
she felt she knew each character
personally. By keeping the
action on the stage focused on
the key players, the audience
can have a similar experience.
She noted that Alcott loved the
March girls as her own family
and the love shines through to
both readers and audiencesiof
the musical retelling.. 6
"LittleWomen".willbeitt}he
Quincy Music Theatre' from
Dec. 5 through Dec. 14. Ticket
prices for the show are $16.50
for adults. $13.50 for students
and seniors. Reserve seats now
by calling 850-875-9444
between the 5-7 p.m.
weeknights or purchasing
online at www.qmtonline.com.
Tickets are also available at the
box office prior to .each
performance.


Director Naomi Rose-Mack
leads an energetic and talented
cast in the Quincy Music
Theatre (QMT) production of
"Little Women." opening
Friday night, Dec. 5.
Performances will be Frida\.
Saturday, and Sunday Dec. 5. 6.
and 7 and Dec.-12. I3, and E4.
Showtimes arc 8 p.m. for
Friday and Saturday
performances: 3 p.m. for
Sunday performances in the
historic Leaf Theatre, located at
118 E. Washington St. in
downtown Quincy.
The show follows the saga of
the March sisters as they grow
up in Civil War America. The
show book is by Allan Knee.
music by Jason Howland and
lyrics by Mindi Dickstein
Based on Louisa May
Alcott's classic 1869 semi-
autobiographical novel, it
recounts life with the four
March sisters--feish,
tomboyish, aspiring author Jo,
romantic Meg, pretentious
Amy, and kind-hearted Beth
with their beloved Marmee in
Concord, Mass. The Ci\il War
is raging and the five women
keep the home fires glowing
and entertain themselves with
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The annual Suwannee Lights
presented by the Spirit of the
Suwannee Music Park in Live
Oak will begin Saturday, Nov.
29, continuing nightly through
Dec. 24 with a fantasyland of
lighted Christmas displays. hot
chocolate, cookies. Santa, arts
and crafts village tours.
entertainment and shopping.
More than file million lights
have been shaped into a


"wonderland of colorful lights
and 3-D displays to spread the
magic of Christmas to all ages.
Staff and volunteers have
worked long and hard to make
this 0 wonderful gift to the
community again this year."
organizers said.
In addition to the lights.
guests 11ill he able to peruse the
park's Arts and Crafts Village
and Country Store. where


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presents "Rabbit Hole," a play
by David Lindsay-Abaire,
from Dec. 5-14.


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couple, Becca and Howie,
trying to cope with the death of
their only child, a four-year-
old. in an auto accident, while
Becca's well-meaning mom
and off-kilter sister attempt to
lift their spirits.
The couple's lives are further
complicated when the young
driver who killed their son
contacts them seeking closure
as well.
TLC's production is directed
by Bev DeMello and Rod
Durham.
Showtimes are Dec. 5 6 and
12-13 at 8 p.m., and Dec.9 and
14 at 2 p.m. To purchase
tickets, visit online at
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Tallahassee Little Theatre is
located at 1861 Thomasville
Rd.
The next offering from.the
Coffeehouse season will be
"The Colored Museum" by
George C. Wolfe, which runs
Feb. 26-March 8, 2009.


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Saturday, Dec. 13
Let the spirit of the season
surround you as the Tallahassee
Symphony Orchestra
collaborates with the TSO Chorus
in a performance of Vivaldi's
Gloria.Then enjoy cheery
seasonal selections and sing
along to your holiday favorites.
The TSO will hold two
performances--at 2:30 and 8
p.m.--at the First Baptist Church
in Tallahassee. The matinee
presents a few surprises with
guest performers from the Youth
Orchestra, a visit from Old St.
Nick and selections from the
evening concert.The matinee will
be a bit shorter and performed
without intermission.
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THEATRE
Monday, Dec. 8
. The 2008-09 Broadway Series
continues with "Dirty Rotten
Scoundrels." Nominated for 11
Tony Awards including Best


THEATRE

Musical, "Dirty Rotten
Scoundrels" is based on the
blockbuster film with a score by
.
David Yazbek and book by Jeffrey
Lane. Set on the glorious,
glamorous Riviera, the musical
follows two con artists as they
take on the lifestyles of the rich
and shameless--and end up with
more than they bargain for.
Tickets for the show at $34.75 to
$50.75 and can be purchased by
phone at 800-322-3602 or online
at www.ticcc.org.
OTHERS
NOV. 28-29
The Mission San Luis will present
"Giving Thanks: 17th-Century
Food Traditions," a two-day look
at how the Apalachee and
Spanish people at the mission
grew, harvested and feasted. The
mission is located at 2020 W
Mission Rd. in Tailahassee. For
more information, call 850-487
3711 or visit
www.mise ansanluis.org.


OTHER

Tuesday, DeC. 2
Enjoy never-before-seen illusions
and original magical creations at
North Florida Community College
as the NFCC Artist Series and
Artist Series Angels welcome
The Spencers Theatre of Illusion
to the Van H. Priest Auditorium
stage at 7 p.m. Tickets, $12
general or $6 for NFCC students
and children age 12 and under,
are available at 850-973-1653.
.
Friday, Dec o5
The Florida Department of
Environmental Protection's Alfred
Bs Maclay Gardens State Park
invites the public out for the
annual Camellia Christmas
celebration from 6-9 p.m. This
old-fashioned holiday kick-off
features a candlelight stroll with
performances by iccal musicians,
hot apple cider, cookies and a
silent auction. The event is free to
the public, but donations are
welcome. For more information
call 850-487-4556. '


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AUCTION HOUSE OF MADISON will
be having an auction this Saturday,
November 22, at 6:30 p.m. 1693 SW
Mosley Hall Rd. (CR360) Madison,
Florida (850) 973-2959.
MASTERCARD, VISA AND DEBIT
CARDS, HEATED / AC-COMFY
SEATS. From Perry: Take RT 221
North to CR 360 (SW Mosley Hall Rd)
Turn Right, go about 8 miles on the
ight. AU691-COL. RON COX
AB2490:
11/21PS


2 bedroom 1 bath house with 2 acreS
of land. $65,000. For more information
Call (850)838-6625
10/31-11/26


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1999 Chevy Prism 4-door, good
shape. New tires (brought in Sept.)
mileage 84,465. $4,000. Call Ann at
850-838-7800
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door, luggage rack, power sunroof, rear
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2000 Cadillac 4 dr. Only 38C d. 11
Lots of new0equipf axkind. $7,800
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11/26-12/5
2006 Lincoln Town car Luxury lots of
extras, low mileage. Call 584-6960.
$25,000.
11/19-12/12
For Sale: 3 BR/1 bath home in city
limits. Close to Wal-Mart. Ideal rental
property. Approx. 1234 sq. ft. $43,000
Call 1-352-463-6247.
11/12-12/5
Land for sale, 221 North Between
Shiloh Church Rd. and Cairo Parker
Rd. 1 acre lots with paved roads.
Owner financing available. Please call
658-1346 or (850) 584-7466.
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Sales of new and used computers. market got you down. I would like to
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(ARAGE SALE CLOSE-0UT! Saturday
Nov. 29, Fishing tackle and grocery.
15041 Beach Rd. 8 a.m. ?
11/26-11/28
Giant Yard Sale Saturday, No. 29, 8
a.m. noon. 110 E. Church St.
Christmas and household items.
Clothes, tools, doors, appliances'
.shelving, etc"
11/26-11/28
Saturday, Nov. 29th from 7:30 3:30.
Winter clothes, cookbooks, Christmas
items and much more. 221 Judson
Drive.
11{d6-11/28
By appointment only. Call 843-0112.

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of inisc. stuff,
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Yard Sale 1104 E. Julia St. Last street
between school subdivision. Crafts,
gifts, stuff. 8 a.m. 12 noon. Friday &
Saturday-
11/28

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FIREWOOD & LIGHTER For Sale!
Cheap. Delivery available. Call Mike
or Chris, 584-5354 or 223-1559.
14126-11/28

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set, al w. Sacrifice $849. 545-7pil2.
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5159 Queen Pillow-Top Mattress Set.
Utiused in plastic w/warranty. 222-
9879. Delivery available.
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thattress set in sealed plastic. Full
wilarranty. Sacrifice $289. Can deliver.
425-8374
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8374, can deliver.
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Computer repair. New and used
computers with your data transfer
lheluded. Repairs available at your
homeor business.
10/24PC
Historical red brick for sale 838-6077
Or584-2270.
9/3tfJM

New 350 watt Mobility Scooters, $495.
2C sefferAoTn tPPer%3Sc1 4e3
11/14-01/07

For Sale FIREWOOD, well
seasoned, can deliver.
Also, 5 Dunlap 8P20 Grand Trek Steal
Belted Radials P245/75R16 like new.
$250. Call 838-2853.
11/26-11/28


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10 bef
remain eat pncericncre eronwo
Homes of Perry, we sa e you money.
850-838-9090
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Too many kids and not enough
rooms? We have 4 bedrooms starting
@ $51,995111 Call Prestige Home
Centers 352-493-2492 or 1-800-477-
2492.
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NO DOWN PAYMENT for land owners
( even if you still owe money on your
property!) Call Prestige Home Centers
5225 3H2492or 1-800-477-2492.
Trade-ins welcome, no down payment
for land owners! Call Prestige Home
Centers 352-493-2492 or 1-800-477-
2492
6/25tfPH
1 only CLOSE-0UT
28x80 4 bd/2 bth delivery, set up, air
skirting and steps. $69,995 no dealers
please. Prestige Home Center ,
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LAND HOME packages single
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end of the month. Many homes to
choose from. Don't miss this
opportunity at ironwood Homes of
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homes are beautiful and priced to meet
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Road Ma tmrn ssionersechnician
(laborer) = $8.04 + benefits.
Roll Off Site Attendant (occasional
call in) = $6.88 no benefits. Job
descriptions and applications can be
obtained from
www.taylorcountygov.com or
Employment Connections Mobile Unit
located in the K-Mart Parking Lot on
Wednesday and Thursday, 9 a.m. 4
p.m. Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners is an E0E, VP, DT,
background check employer.
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Small 2 BR/1 Bath Block Home. Just
outside city limits on Johnson
Striping Rd. $400 per month ist, last
$200 sec. 850-843-0883.
11/26-11/28
2 BR/1 Bath like new M.H. on private 2
acres outside city limits off Woods
Creek Rd. $500 per month. 1st, last
andsec.727-433-4514
11/26-11/28
Shop for Rent on Beach Rd. Near Rt.
19. Call 584-2199 or 863-860-1850
11/26-12/5
3BR/11/2bathnewlyremodeledHUD
accepted. 1st/last & security deposit,
re .ired. 850-371-1568.
11 6-12/12


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2 room furnished apartment for rent
Satellite TV & utilities.paid 2 adults
only. No children, no pets. Must fill out
lease application and lease
agreement. $165 per week + $165
deposit. Call 584-2199.
11/19-11/28
Mobile Home for rent on 1 acre or park
Camper as3isd Electkricbw8e01,adepostth
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2428
11/19-11/28
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3 BR/ 1.5 bath $600 a month. $800
security deposit. No pets, No smoking
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11/21-12/3
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Call 584-6666.
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$ 5 p rm th C 2An3n0u5 Lease'
10/24-11/19
Prevatt's Wayside Apartments.
Efficiency for rent. All utilities included
plus cable. $125 deposit $125 er
week for one person. Adults only, all
371-2160
10/24-10/31
All electric 2 br/1 bath mobile home in
small park north of town. $350 mo.
$300 sec deposit. No pets. Must have
rental references. Call 838-2755.
10/29tfDC

Southern Vilips of Per
Looking For Applicant
Rental assistance ava lable. HUD
vouchers accepted. 1 & 2 BR HC &
non- HC accessible apartments
Office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon-
Thurs. Call 850-584-8111. TDDITTY
711. 315 Puckett Rd, Perry, FI, 32347.
Equal Housing Opportunity.
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For Rent 2 B/B D/W north of Perry
Clean. Washer/dryer. Porch, carport,
large landscaped yard. 838-6124
For Rent 2 BR 1 B house @ Shady
Grove 838-6124
11/19-12/12AR
Available in Nov. 3BR/2Ba. House
located on 1 acre. Back yard fenced
ideal for small family. Please no dogs
Unfurnished. W/exception of gas range
and refrigerator. Central heat & air'
Good neighborhood, great neighbors.
Rent is $600 a month w/ matching sec.
deposit. Application is a must & one
year ease req. For more information
Call 584-5284. No calls accepted after
a p.m.
11/5-11/28

k2nBg appblillcations foetrent 67
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Wednesday. 9 a.m. 5 p.m.
References required. Ask for Ms.
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Whispering Pines Mobile Home Park
now taking application for one 2 BR/1
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H/air and one 3 Bod bth mobile home
total electric central H/air. Application
and reference requu<-a. Call 584-3889.
9/5tfRB
Whatever your needs, we probably
have the right rental for you. We have
1 bedroom/ 1 batn to 3 bed 1 bath.
Prices range from $375/mo. to $425
mo. All require a $400 security deposit
upon entry. An application is a must.
Call 584-3095 Day 7-1 or 584-5284
eve. We accept HUD Vouchers.
11/5-11,28
Steinhatchbee Place sor furn s d
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Lost Dog oung fawn color pit bull
answers to hugar. Lost Sunday night
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Old man's lap dog 578-2155 reward
offered.
11/26-11/28
Lost Dog REWARD Golden
Retriever last seen in the area of
Johnson Striping Rd. If seen please
call Tommy Allen at 584-3652.
11/21-12/10


RETURN: $95,000 Call 838-5118
11/19-12/12AR
Land Sale 10 acres in Steinhatchee.
Start at $49,000 with 5% down. $389
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352-542-7835 or 352-356-0805.
11/26-2/13
Home in beautiful rural setting located
just five minutes from local hospitals
and less than ten minutes from Super
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bedroom, three additional bedrooms,
two full bathrooms, one 1/2 bath, with a
bonus room and fireplace, includes a
large front deck. Located in a rural,
private retiree setting. Lot rent is $100
per month or you may move the home.
Call 850-843-068 cell phone or 850-
539-7796 home phone.
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Licensed and insured. Free estimates
We also grind stumps. Call today 838
1280. Firewood for sale

With the holidays coming around the
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TAYLOR COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
TAYLOR COUNTY MIDDLE SCHOOL &
STEINHATCHEE K-8 RENOVATIONS
CLEMONS, RUTHERFORD &
0 1 tv s IC.E ROAD
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 32308
PHQNE (850) 385-6153
You are invited to bid on a General
contract, including replacement of
sidewa sHVu I units anndisasro ft
replacement of approx. 11,000 SF of
walskrs and HV euT 1 txy
di sh la placement of a
lo.coo sF root a associated HVAC
s corSteinhatchee K 8 All Bids ms\
segregated Bids will not be
hee 1 County School Board will
recove sealed bids until 1:30 PM on
Wednesday. December 11, 2008 of
the Taylor County School Board
Meeting Room, 318 North Clark St. in
Perry, FL 32347. Blds received after
that time will not be accepted. Bids
will be opened publicly and read
aloud by at 1:31 PM of the some
date.
Copies of the Bidding Documents
may be examined at the Architect's
ortice,
enTonsmous e a Associates
Tallahassee, Florida
08150) 385-6D dge, 1311 Executive
center, suite los, Tallahassee,
oDrawinc whi beN
cor8al contractors and
Mechanical, Plumb ng and Electrical
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th a ns person toofBidde0s upPn
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j ha n 0 m HT an eE ct
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bidding Documents for the sum of
50noodo ea t, which ia non,
refund of their deposit by returning
th o orno i OB d a mentten
(10) calendar days after the
open ng dBid Bidchr h od o
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returned in good condition three (3)
days prior to the Bid Opening.
rneeBid Conference will be lif
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Inc., Conference Room. AII
questions of the Pre-Bid Conference
by General Contractors and
Subcontractors shall be presented
on the Request for Clarification
rmdSee Section 00100 Irystructions
Bid Security in the amount of five
percent (S%) of the Bid must
Accompany each Bld in
accordance with the Instructions to
Bidders. A letter from a bonding
company must accompany each
bid, stating that the bidder is
capable of obtaining all bonds
required by the Construction
I scuhmei ent of the Taylor County
School Board to review the
apparent bid with the apparent low
bidder for any value engineering
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reserves the right to waive
irregularities and to reject any and all
Bids.


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