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Title: Jackson County Floridan
Alternate Title: Sunday Floridan
Floridan
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Jackson County Floridan
Publisher: Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marianna, Fla
Publication Date: June 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note: "Independent."
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Volume ID: VID00010
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by: Marianna Floridan

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When he heard a tornado and been spotted and
was headed for Marianna, he woke his wife from
a nap. Just as she got out of bed, the walls of their
home started bulging outward- and the tornado
sputt onto their property.
"It sounded-like 400 jets coming over, all firing
cannons," Mr. Hussey said. "Then a huge pecan
tree from our backyard came through the'house. It
breached the foundation, and it was so big that a
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FLORIDAN STAFF REPORT
A Grand Ridge man was criti-
cally injured early Saturday morn-
ing after allegedly falling out of
and getting run over by the truck
in which-he was riding.
As of 5 p.m. Saturday, Jerry Lee
Sullivan, 48, was still listed in
critical condition at Bay Medical
Center.
The incident on State Road 20
in Calhoun County, according, to
Florida Highway, when Sullivan
opened the right front passenger
door of the Chevrolet pickup he
was riding in, as it was moving, to
check on his dog.in the bed of the
truck.
.Highway patrol said that,
according to driver Hansford
Eugene Griffis, 37, of Marianna,
the truck was traveling westbound
on State Road 20 at KB Jones
Road when Griffis and his passen-
ger decided to turn around and
head east to Marianna.
Sullivan opened the door as the
vehicle was in turning, said the
report. He fell out, and the right
rear tire of the truck ran over his
head, according to the report.
He was air-lifted to Bay
Medical Center,
Griffis was charged with DUI,
DUI serious bodily injury, .and
DUI refusal to submit to breath
test, according to the highway
patrol.


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Members of the "Cruisin' U's" Gold
Wing Road Riders Association chapter
in Dothan say they're more like a
sprawling family than soine imperson- .
al organization. .
That was evident Saturday when
they roared in to Marianna for a back- -
yard get-together with the "Mom and
Dad" of the group, Jim and Sue
Hussey.
The two ride a wine-red Gold Wing
Honda that Jim 'tricked but' so well
that it's won 45 awards at shows put on
by Cruising' U's chapters around the at
country.
Sue Hussey, at 79, is the oldest
member and her 72-year-old husband
may be the second-oldest.
But their ages have little to do with
their status as parental figures for the Food was
U's, fellow members say. Dana Ch ter) a
Courtney of Pinkard, Ala., said it is MaT Skin
their loving natures that make the
Marianna couple "like a mom and dad to me."
The gathering at their home Saturday looked
very much like a family reunion picnic. Burgers
and hot dogs sizzled on the grill, the sound a back-
drop to the constant chatter and laughter ringing
through the yard.
The association members often ride long-dis-
tance tours together and sharing meals along the
way is not uncomrnon.
But this wasn't just another gathering. It was a
mutual appreciation get-together to mark a mile-
stqne that was both devastating and .at the same
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In part, it was a way for the' club to honor Mr.
and Mrs. Hussey. The group made Mr. Hussey a
special "Hot Stuff" grill master apron to wear at
the cook-out, and a special "Sweet Miss Sue" T-
shirt for Mrs. Hussey.
But in part, the cook-out was also a way for Mr.
and Mrs. Hussey to say thanks for something their
fellow club members did for them almost four
years ago.
On Sept. 15, 2004, Mr. Hussey was carefully
monitoring the weather chasinel as a storm
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FLORIDAN STAFF
As gasoline prices spiral out of 'control local
government are taking some steps to control costs.
Nonetheless, the difficult challenge of writing
budgets is under way and predicting gas prices is
almost impossible at this point.
Just how serious is the problem for those who
provide services to the general population?
Consider that school bus and related traffic gei1-
erates about 5,000 iniles per day. At a rate of $4
per gallon, delivering children to school and home
becomes more expensive than anticipated.
Services such as running road graders eat a lot of
gas. Running law-enforcement patrol cars is a
round-the-clock necessity.
But fortunately these services have not ground to
a halt. Officials in government can only anticipate
and calculate the future costs.
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The Jackson County Floridan strives to make sure content in the
newspaper is accurate and factual. When the Floridan learns that it has
made an error, it is our policy to correct the mistake promptly. To
report an error, please call the newsroom at 526-3614 Monday-Friday.


The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Comm11unlity Catlend~ar; Jackson~ Courrnty Floridant, RO 0


HOW TO GET YOUR NEWS PUBLISHED
The Jackson County.Floridan will publish news of general inter-
est free of charge. Submit your news or Community Calendar
events via e-mail, editorial@jcfloridan.com; fax, (850) 482-
4478; mail, Editorial Department, P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL
32446; or hand delivery, 4403 Constitution Lane, Marianna.
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, anniversary and
birth announcements. Forms are available at the Floridan
offices. Photographs must be of good quality and suitable fo[
print. The Floridan reserves the right to edit all submissions.
PUBLICATION DAYS
The Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) is published
Tuesday through Friday and Sunday mornings. Periodical
postage paid at Marianna, Fla.
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MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the following
incidents for May 30, the latest
available report: Three
traffic accidents, one
stolen vehicle, one reck- 7 --
less driver, one suspicious .
incident, two suspicious r CR1
persons, one highway a
obstruction, two mentally
ill persons, one highway
obstruction, two mentally ill per-
sons, one disturbance, one burglar
alarm, one vandalism complaints,
four animal complaints, one retail
theft, one gas skip, one assist of
another agency, four public serv-
ice calls, one open door/wmdow,
one threat, two warrants served,
21 traffic stops, and one stolen
cell phone.

JACKSON COUN'I'Y
SHERIFF'S OFFICE .
The Jackson County Sheriffs
Office listed the following inci-
dents for May 30,. the latest avail-
able report: One abandoned vehi-
cle, eight alarms, four animal
complaints, two child abuse cpm-
plaints, one civil dispute, one
criminal mischief complaint, one
disabled vehicle, three distur-
bances, one fokmd property
report, one road obstruction, one
juvenile report, one missing per-
son (found), one patrol request,
one prowler complaint, one pub-
lic service call, one report of
shooting in the area, one stolen
vehicle, one suspicious incident.,
one threat, three traffic accidents,
15 traffic stops, one violation of
injunction, and three warrant
arrests.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL FACULTY
The following persons were
booked into the county jail dur-
ing the- latest available report-


ing periods:
Marly Huffman, 36, 21106
Jeanit Lane, Fotmtain, grand
theft of motor vehicle, aggravat-
ed battery with deadly
-- weapon.
II -- Daqilin Simmons,
29, 5194i Russell St.,
M E Greenwood, worthless
check-one count.
Louis Turner, 18,
3070 Carters Mill Road,
Marianna, violation of state pro-
bation (felony battery).
James Hudson, 31, 2829 Jr.
Drive, Cottondale, child abuse.
Roderick Smith, 24, 100
Lucas Drive, Sand Path Road,
Bomfay, drivmg while license
suspended/revoked.
Hossem Andre, 36, 5493
Brown St. (Lot 1), Graceville'
hold fam eC .154 Abel

Lane, Marianna, failure to ear
(no valid drivers license -pwo
counts
David Newton, 22, 3070
Carters Mill Road, Marianna, fail-
ure to redeliver rental property.
Brant Cesar, 26, 4059
Thomasville Road, Marianna,
driving under the influence, reck-
less driving, refusal to submit to
lawful breath test.
Clifton Scott, 45, 5428
Browntown Road, Graceville,
non-child support.
Willie Green,' 39, 1305
Hutchenson St., Tallahassee, hold
for Leon Co. .
Joseph Lasane Jr., 19, 3070
Carters Mill Road, Marianna,
possession of cannabis less than
20 giams. -
JAIL POPULATION:205

To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-5000.
To report a wildlife violation,
call 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).


June 1 Sunday .
Today is the discount deadline for the
Miss Freedom Pageant (p.k.a. Miss
Firecracker Pageant); entries accepted at
the dbor. Contact Vernon.City Hall for an
application, (850) 535-2444.
June 2 Monday
Quit Smoking Now classes begin At
Jackson Hospital Cafeteria Board Room at
6 p.m. No cost to attend; free nicotine
replacement therapy available for partici-
pants. Curriculum developed by ex-smok-
ers for those who want to, become ex-
smokers themselves. To register, contact
' Brigitta Nuccio at 718-2562 or bnuc-
cio@bigbendahec.org. .
The Sneads Carlisle Rose Garden
Club's final meeting for 2007-2008 begins
at 10 a.m., at the log cabin in Sneads. The
meeting will be a workshop to plan for the
year ahead and set up programs for future
meetings; "brown bag" lunch.
Campbellton Semor Citizens meet at
the Community Center at 6 p.m. The pro-
gram will present information for those
over 55 who want.to work. Bring a favonte
dish. Call 263-8145.
The Northeast Jackson County
Optimist Club meets at 6:30 p.m., at the
Malone City Cafe,- with special speaker,
Florida Public Utilities Conservation
Specialist Mason Brock, who will present
the latest forms of energy conservation.
AARP Chapter No. 3486's board meet-
ing -is at 1:30 p.m., in the library in
Marianna.
The City of Jacob's monthly meeting
starts at 7 p.m., in city hall. Call 263-6636.
.
June 4 Wednesday
The Southeastern Community Blood
Center's mobile unit will be accepting
blood donations at Northwest Florida
Community Hospital, Chipley, from 10
a.m. to 3 p.m. Call 526-4403.

. June 5 Thursday
The Jackson County Senior Citizens
will be taking applications for the Jackson
County Farmers' Market Coupon Program
June 5 and June 12, from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Applications can be completed on these
dates at the Jackson County Board of


County Commissioners Office on Madison
Street, across from the courthouse,
Marianna. To qualify, applicants must live
in Jackson County, be 60 years or older and
submit the following: Picture ID (no fami-
ly photos); all household members' social
security cards or proof of number from
Social Security Office (no Medicare cards);
and all household members' proof of
income (no bank statements). Call Abbie
Burdeshaw at 263-3401.
<* The Southeastern Community Blood
Center's mobile unit will be accepting
blood donations at Washington Correction
Correctional Institution, Chipley, from
12:30-p.m. to 4 p.m. Call 526-4403.
* .The Marianna Ted Walt Post No.
12046 of Veterans of Foreign Wars meets
at 6 p.m., for a business meeting and cov-
ered-dish supper, at Wimberly Warehouse,
corner of Jefferson and Daniels streets,
behind the courthouse. Veterans of foreign
wars call 482-8140.
The Breast Cancer Support group
meets at *5 p.m., in the Educatioh
Classroom, Ground Floor ,of Jackson
Hospital, 4250 Hospital Dr., Mananna.
The group is ppen to anyone experiencing
breast health issues or having the diagnosis
of breast cancer. Call Kathryn Jordan at
718-2661. 150 cost to attend; a light salad
supper will be served.
Chipola College application deadline
for Summer Session II is today. Call 718-
221L
Chipola College early Fall registration
for currently enrolled students is from 8
a.m. to 3 p.m. Call 718-2211.

June 6 Friday -
The Southeastern Community Blood
Center's mobile unit will be accepting
blood donations at Wal-Mart in Chipley,
from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Call 526-4403.

June 7 Saturday .
The Chipola Dulcimer Association's .
sixth annual June Jam starts at 10 a.m., in
the Alford Community Center. All acotistic
musicians welcome. Come to play -or lis-
ten. Accommodations are air conditioned,
Bring a covered dish for lunch. Drinks, ice,
cups, forks and plates provided. Call 482-
3819.


The 2008 Watermelon Pageant starts at
12 p.m., in the Washington County
Agricultural Center on Highway 90 in
Chipley. Applications for the pageant are
available at Carolyn's Fashions, Railroad
Avenue, Chipley, 638-8386. Pageant pro-
ceeds benefit Tri-County Community
Council's Toys for Tots program.
The 32nd Annual Glisson Family
Reunion and the 14th reunion of the 244th
Port Company of the 495th Battalion will
be at the American :Legion Building,
Highway 90 West, Marianna. Bring a cov-
ered dish. Call 592-2685 or (863) 533-
4409.
Big E Loves The Itids Fun Day starts
at 11 a.m., in the Milton Pavilion,
Marianna. Free hamburgers, hot dogs,
chips and soda for all the kids. Moonwalk,
clowns, pony'rides, balloon toss and music
'by DJ Diamond D. Call 272-2443.
Chipola Healthy Start, which .serves
Calhoun, Liberty, Holmes, Jackson and
Washington counties, hosts Parentmg
Education Preparation (P.E.P.) Rally from
10 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Jackson County Ag
Center, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave., Mananna.
Speakers include Dr. Ben Sanders, pedi-
atric dentist. Featured will be activities for
the kids, a free raffle, a big raffle (tickets
are $3), mom apd kids fashion show, a skit
from S.W.A.T. and free goodies. A hot dog,
chips and drink meal will be available for
$1. Children, parents,. soon-to-be parents,
and those with an interest in the welfare of
children through better pregnancies and
parenting are welcome.
AARP hosts a driver safety program
for those 50 and over, at Jim's Buffet in
Marianna, starting at 8:30 a.m. Materials
fee is $10. R.S.V.P. to 526-4561.
The Jackson County Farmers' Market
is open Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturday, from 6:30 a.m. until all fresh
produce is sold out. This state certified
farmers market accepts the FMNP/WIC
and Elder.Affairs coupons.

June 8 Sunday
The Soloman Green Family Reuriion is
at noon, at Three Rivers State Park in
Sneads. Attendees should gather at 11 a.m.;
bring a covered dish and lawn chairs. Call
482-2774 or 48 1-5667.


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damages arising out of errors and advertisements beyond the
amount paid for the space actually occupied by that portion of
the advertisements in which the error occurred, whether such
error is due to the negligence of the publisher's employees or
otherwise, and there shall be not liability for non-insertion of
any advertisement beyond the amount paid for such advertise-
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fliegal material of any kind. Advertising which expresses
preference based on legally protected personal characteris-
tics is not acceptable.
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readers on any pubile issue. AII letters must bear the
.writer's signature and be printed or typed with name, full
address and telephone number for verification purposes.
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By MARSHA MERCER
MEDIA GENERAL NEWS SERVICE
WASHINGTON Near the
end of "What Happened," Scott
McClellan's tough-love critique
of President Bush and his failed
presidency, he recounts a bizarre
and telling moment in the Oval
Office.
It's April 2006, and McClellan
had gotten his walking papers
after nearly three years as White
House press secretary. Josh
Bolton, the new chiefofstaff,
wanted him out right away.
McClellan was hurt and angry
when Bush called him in,
Sitting in the Oval Office,
Bush said he had told Bolton, "I
didn't think there was anyone
better we could find than you,''
according to McClellan. The
president then said holy much he
appreciated McClellan's service
and would miss him.
But McClellan, disillusioned
with the man he once idolized,
wasn't buying it,
"His charm was on full dis-
play, but it was hard to know if it
was sincere or just an attempt to
make me feel better," he wrote.
Then McClellan, 38, saw
something he said he had never
seen before. Tears were stream-
ing down Bush's cheeks. Oh,
dear.
"I found myself in the funny
position of consoling the presi-


dent. '"It's okay, sir,'" I said. 'I
. am ready to go. It's been a long
ride.'"
No wonder the White House
was stunned, sad and puzzled
when they saw McClellan's
scorching assessment of the
many ways the Bush presidency
messed up.
So loyal had he been over the
seven years he worked for Bush
in Austin, Texas, and
Washington that McClellan was
still propping up his sentimental
boss as he was being pushed out.
Two days later, McClellan
announced that he was "resign-
ing," and Bush told reporters,
"One of these days, he and I are
going to be rocking on chairs in
Texas, talking about the good old
days and his time as press secre-
tary."
Probably not anytime soon.
N'ot together, anyway.
McClellan, of all people, is
shouting that the emperor wears
no clothes. He's not sure he and
the president will ever talk again.
His critics dismiss McClellan's
book as self-serving and false,
They see him as the latest in a
long line of White House staffers
eager to cash in on their experi-
ences. To be sure, until his book
came along, McClellan had
largely been forgotten. Scott
who?
Then, he wrote that Bush
wanted to invade Iraq long
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before 9/11.
That the Iraq war was unnec-
essary. That the Bush White
House was secretive and coin-
partmentalized. .
That Vice President Dick. *
Cheney wielded great, private
power. And more.
"What Happened" zoomed to
No. 1 on Amazon.com.
McClellan is on a*media tour.
For his part, McClellan says
he still likes and admires Bush.
What would he have done if he
disliked him?
But just as he reassured Bush
lye was ready to leave when he
wasn't, he still seems conflicted
about Bush
"I consider him a fundamen-
tally decent person, and I do not
believe he or his White House
deliberately or consciously *
sought to deceive the American
people," he wrote.
But he also believes that in the
run-tip to the Iraq war, "the cam-
paign mentality at times led the
president and his chief advisers
to spin, hide, shade and exagger-
ate the truth, obscuring nuances
and ignoring the caveats that
should have accompanied their
arguments. Rather than choosing
to be forthright and candid, they
chose to sell the war, and in so
doing, they did a disservice to
the American people and to our
democracy."
McClellan's tell-all is in part a


confession. He was just 35 when
he became press secretary and he
had no idea what he was getting
into.
"I fell far short of living up to
the kind of public servant I want-
ed to be," he writes.
The final straw was when he
was ordered to tell reporters that
Karl Rove and Lewis "Scooter"
Libby had not leaked the name
of CIA operative Valerie Plame
to the press. A criminal probe
later revealed the two were
involved.
McClellan blames himself for
passing along the bad informa-
tion, even though he didn't know
it was false.
Writing the book, he said, is
his attempt to get to the truth
that eluded him and the public.
He could have waited until
Bush was out of office, of
course.
But McClellan insists that he's
trying to change the permanent
campaign atmosphere that poi-
sons Washington, and the time to
do that is when the country is
electing a president.
What do you think?
Marsha Mercer is
Washington bureau chiefof
Media General News Service.
www.mgwashington.com. E-mail
inmercer(at)mediageneral.com.


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said Bennett.
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and Rescue is probably "feeling
the heat" of rising gas prices
even more, since the county
department also utilizes ambu-
lances and sometimes performs
"stand-bys."
The Jackson County School
Board is facing similar problems
with its fleet of buses. Fuel costs
are also driving up the cost of
milk and other items served to
students.
"It's difficult to anticipate
because it hasn't slowed down. It
will be difficult to bid," said
Kenny Griffin, a member of the
school board.
In as little as five years the
cost of fuel has risen nearly four
times for the school board.
Griffin also noted that a supplier
must be given room to, survive
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increase in the cost of gas and
oil. -
Pichard said that when the
current budget was written, long
before gas prices began soaring,
almost $50,000 was trimmed out
because of other budget con-
ctms.
An example of how much gas
and oil can cost the county is
illustrated in the recent budgets.
The 2006-2007 budget totaled at
$616,370. The current fiscal year
budget was approved for
$575,000.
Compounding the problem for
any government is the require-
ment for flexibility in negotiat-
ing a fuel contract. A supplier
must have room to raise prices
when cost rise so steadily.
Otherwise the supplier would go
out of "business from losses,
Pichard said. -
Further illustrating the prob-
lem is just the cost of maintain-
ing fuel in a fire truck.
"We have been feeling it like
everybody else," said Marianna
Fire Chief Bryon Bennett.
"What we've done is try to limit
our coming and going as much
as possible. Of course, we still


respond to every call dispatched
to us, but any extra riding around
is limited." -
Bennett said the department
makes an effort to keep the staff
vehicle available as much as pos-
sible so that employees who
need to go somewhere, for
instance, to buy food can use the
staff vehicle instead of an
engme. *
One.of the fire department's
diesel engines fills up at 75 gal-
lons, while the other engine fills
up at 50. The engines aren't the
only "gas guzzlers" at the fire
department. *
"We use a lot of fuel, with our
engines, then we have chainsaw
and the generators on the truck.
We use a lot of fuel," said
Bennett.
He said .budgeting for fuel
costs isn't a major problem in
this fiscal year, but he fears that
with the ever-rising price for gas,
he may have to cut out some
line-items in next year's budget
to reserve enough for fuel.
"We still have a job to do. We
still have to use our trucks and
that comes first. So they're might
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Their small wood-frame home was
essentially destroyed, and every tree in
their yard was uprooted.
In the aftermath of the tornado, Mr.
Hussey surveyed the the overturned
magnolia, the oak, the four other pecan
trees, and the the smashed washer/drier
set on the back side of the house.
Numbly, he reached for his phone. He
called a fellow member of th*e Cruisin'
U's. .
"I made one phone call to him, and for
the next three or four weekends, I had 30
to 40 people here helping us clean up,"
Hussey said. "Some of them took a


whole week off to help. Four or five of
them went out and bought new chain-
saws."
Four years later, the memory of that
dedication still made his eyes well up
with emotion.
Mrs. Hussey said the women in the
Cruising' U's became her heroes that day.
"I was not exactly in shock, but I was
just numb. They came and packed my
stuff for me and put it in a shed."
Was she surprised at how they pitched
in and took over in the aftermath of the
storm?
"From that group, no. It was no sur-


prise to me. That's they way they are, it's
what they'd do," Mrs. Hussey said.
Dana and Bobby Courtney brought
their camper down from Alabama for the
couple to live in while they cleaned up
the property and looked for permanent
housing.
Courtney and other friends in the
Cruising' U's say that, had this happened
to someone else instead, Mr. and Mrs.
Hussey would have been among the first
to react, reach out and help. Their help-
ing spirit and kindness are well-known
Aspects of their personalities, part and
parcel of who they are, their friends say.


Eventually, they bought a mobile
home and set it down in place of their
wrecked wood-frame. There's one rem-
nant of the oldahouse a piece of slab
from the part of the foundation that lay
near the front door. It's a visible
reminder of the crisis as well as the the
more pleasant memories the couple built
together before their home was
destroyed.
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.at the graduation Friday. Below: Members of
Cottondale High School's Class of 2008 enter
the stadium for graduation Thursday.


Above: Dartavious Slack looks over the
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To adopt one of these pets, stop by the shelter at
4011 Maintenance Dr., in Marianna or call 482-4570.
Our hours are Monday through Friday, 10:00 3:00
and Saturday 10:00 2:00.
Adoption fees are $65 for dogs and $55 for cats,


with a $50 deposit on unaltered animals. The itdopter
receives a $40 voucher to use at the veterinarian of
their choice, for spay/neuter fees. Once the
spay/neuter voucher is returned by their veterinarian,
the $50 deposit is refunded to the adopter.


Dog Obedience Training classes will be offered at.
the Partners for Pets shelter on Saturdays from 8:00-
9:00 a.m., at $5.00 .an hour and taught by Sonny
Fortunate. He can be reached at 693-0908 or 482-
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Leslie Nicole Tisdale


Jimmy Ray McArthur and.Twyla Damara Frasier


Travis Mosley and Dineasi Smith


Al 1xr.n and. SMn rs John
Dothan; Ala. announce the
engagement of her daugh-
ter, Leslie Nicole Tisdale,
to Mr. Edwin Alan Cox,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Alan
Henley Cox of Mirianna.
The bride-elect is the
granddaughter of the late
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Mack
Martin Sr. of Enterprise,
Ala., and the late Mr. and
Mrs. John Edward Tisdale
of Andalusia, Ala.
She is a ?000 graduate of
Northview High School
and graduated Magna Cum
Laude in 2004 from
Auburn University where
she received a Bachelor of
Fine Arts degree in graphic
design. She was a member
of Alpha Delta Pi sorority.
She is employed with
Westar Aerospace Defense


Group as a graphic design-
The future groom is the
grandson of the late Mr.
and Mrs. William Edwin
Cox of >Marianna, and the
late Mr. and Mrs. Roland
Charles Fowler of Chipley.
He is a 1999 graduate of
Marianna High School and
a 2003 graduate of the
University of Florida where
he received a Bachelor of
Arts degree in business
administration. He is co-
owner of Southern
Financial Group located in
Dothan, Ala., and Chipley.
A wedding is planned for
Saturday, July 12, 2008, at
6 p.m., at the Covenant
United Methodist. Church
in Dothan, Ala. A reception
will follow at the Dothan
Country Club.


Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Raiser of Lexington, Ky., and
Mr. and Mrs. Larry McArthur
of Malone are pleased to
announce the forthcoming
marriage of their children,
Twyla Damara Frasier and
Jimmy Ray McArthur. The
bride-electisalsothedaughter
of the late Mrs. Stephanie
Frasier. .
The bride 61ect is the grand-
dailghter of Mrs. Mary Bell
Shanklin and the late Mr.
Shirley Shanklin of Versailles,
Ky., and Mr. and Mrs. Weston
Frasier of Lexington,-Ky.
She is a graduate of Henry


Clay High School and the
University of Kentucky, where
she earned a degree in com-
munications. She is employed
with the Sallie Mae
Cooperation in Lyim Haven.
The failure bridegroom is
the grandson of Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Baxter and Mr..and
Mrs. Jimmy McArthur, of
Malone. He is a graduate of
Malone High School and is
employed with the Sallie Mae
Cooperation in Lynn Haven.
The couple met on cruise in
October of 2006. The wedding
will take place on Panama
City Beach, 1on June 14.


Evangelist Patricia
Mosley and Mr. Willie
Smith of Chattahoochee
are proud to announce the
engagement and forthcom-
ing marriage of their
daughter, Dineasi Smith to
Travis Mosley, son of
Minister Warren Mosley
and Mrs. Rosa Engram of
Blountstown. .
Dineasi is the grand-
daughter of Mrs. .Arleatha
and the late Ulysses Mathis
of .Sneads and Mrs. Lillie
and the late Elton Smith of
Quincy. . .
The bride-elect graduat-
ed from Sneads High
School in Sneads. She
received a medical assis-
tance degree from Keiser
College in Tallahassee. She
is currently enrolled, at
Chipola College in
Marianna, pursuing a nurs-
ing degree. She is
employed as a unit treat-


ment rehabilitation special-
ist at Florida State Hospital
. in Chattahoochee.
Travis is the grandson of
Mrs. Alice and the late
Roosevelt Patterson and
Mrs. Mary Lee and the late
Lorenza Mosley, all of
Blountstown.
The groom-elect gradu-
ated from Blountstown
High School in
Blountstown. He received a
degree in telecommunica-
tion from Chipola College
in Marianna. He is
employed as a sales profess;
signal with Tallahassee
Dodge Chrysler Jeep.
The couple will
exchange vows on June 21,
2008, at 5 p.m. EDT, at the
Veteran Memorial Civic
Center in Bristol. Family
and friends are invited to
share this holy matrimony
ceremony. No local invita-
tions will be sent.


Jason Lamar Dennard and Michelle Jean Ramsey


Mrs. and Mr. Cumbaa


Bo and Tammy

Bhinuhettetheden a lanne
of their daughter, Heather
Kay Blanchette, to Jim
Hall. He is the son of James
Hall of Corpus Christie,
Texas; and Ms. Janice
Grantham of Cottonwood,
Ala. .
Grandparents of the
bride-elect are the late
Richard Marsh and Nancy
Marsh of Cottondale; and
J.C. Blanchette and Mary
Jane Blanchette of


Marianna.

theThe prospencti g oma
Willie Junior Grantham,
Frances Booth arid Chuck
Booth of Malvern, Ala.;
and Bud Hall and Nell Hall
. of Dothan, Ala.
She is a 2005 graduate of
Marianna High School, and
he is a 2004 graduate of
Slocomb High School.
The wedding will take
place on June 7, 2008, at
5:30 p.m., at Mrs. Faye's
Pond m Cottonwood, Ala.


Mr. And Mrs. Leon Ramsey

ofaSndeads, and dMr And Mrs.
Robbins, Ga., are pleased to
announce the engagement of
their children, Michelle Jean
Ramsey and Jason Lamar
Dennard.
Michelle is a graduate of
Sneads High School and
Florida State College of
Business' and received her
Juris Doctorate from Florida
State University College of
. Law. Michelle is employed as
an : attorney with the
Governor's Office of Tourism,
Trade and Economic
Development in Tallahassee.
She is the granddaughter of
the late Mr. And Mrs. Otto
Resmondo of Pensacola, and
the late Mrs. Ara Prince of
Tallahassee.


Jason is a graduate of
West dreSc ola chorr

.degree in sports management
from Kennessiw State
University. Jason received a
master's degree in integrated
marketing and management
communication from the
Florida State University. Jason
is employed as director of
marketing for Seminole. ISP
Sports at Florida State
University. He is the grandson
of Mr. and Mrs. B.E. Dennard
of Perry, Ga., and the late Mr.
and Mrs. "Doc" Hammock of
Kathleen, Ga.
The couple is planning a
July wedding in Savannah,
Ga. Visit their website at
www.jasonalidmichelle.engag
epage.com.


daughter,. Gina and husband,
Dr. Lee ..Sheppard of St.
Augustine. They have two
grandsons, Matthew Sheppard
of Orlando, and Michah
Sheppard of St. Augustine;
and one granddaughter,
Megan Sheppard of St.
Augustine.
A family time of remem-
brance is planned for June 7
and 8.


Jeff and Tommie Cumbaa of
Cottondale will celebrate their
60th wedding anniversary ,on
June 8, 2008. They have
resided in Cottondale since
1963.
Tommie is a retired educa-
tor with the Jackson County
School Board. Jeff is retired
from Jackson County Road
and Bridge Department.
They are the parents of a


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Bertha Holiand


Peggy Parker and Jimmy
Holland invite you to help cel-
ebrate their mom, Bertha
Holland's 80th birthday by
dropping by, saying hello, and
reminiscing with her on
Saturday. June 7, from 2 p.m.
to 4 p.m. CDT, at the El Bethel
Assembly of God fellowship
hall, between Sncads and
Grand Ridge, on El Bethel


Church Road.
In lieu of gifts, a money tree
will be presented to the hon-
orec. Parker and Holland are
-
very thankful to still have their
Mom with them, and are sure
she would enjoy seeing fami-
ly, friends and co-workers that
she has been acquainted with
through the years.


J.D. Stewart and Christina
Simpson announce the birth of
their daughter, Samantha
Leigh Ann Stewart. She
arrived on May 12, 2008, at
Jackson Hospital.


At birth, she weighed six
pounds, 15 ounces, and was
19% inches in length.
She joins her big sister,
Amber Griffin and big brother,
Shelly Ray Simpson.


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Blanchette, Hall to wed


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Birthdays photographs with copy are free for
children 12 years old and under and adults 90 years
old and above. There are no exceptions.
All other birthdays, including those signifying spe-
cial birthdays such as 40th or 50th must run as paid
advertisements.
Weddings $35 for the first 250 words. $20 for
an additional 150 words. One photo is allowed per
wedding.
Engagements $35 for the first 250 words. $20
for an additional 150 words. One photo is allowed per
engagement.
Anniversaries Free'for the 50th, 75th and any
anniversaries above 75. Anniversaries in this catego-
ry may, include up to two photos an early years of
marriage photo and a present-day picture.
Anniversaries that do not meet the requirements for
free placement cost $35 for the first 250 words and
may include one photo. A second photo will cost an
additional $20. Also, a charge of $20 will be added
for each additional 150 words.The Jackson County
Floridan reserves the right to edit all advertising and
news content submitted for publication. Deadline for
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Chipola College will offer programs for children of all
ages this summer.
Chipola Baseball Coach Jeff Johnson will offer several
camps. A Baseball Skills Camp for ages 8-12 will meet June
2-5. Cost is $75. A Young Pitchers Camp for ages 8-12 will
meet June 9-10. Cost is $100. A Pitching Camp for ages 13-
18 will meet June 11-12. Cost is $100. A Yo'ung Hitters
Camp for ages 8-12 will meet June 16-17. Cost.is $100. A
Hitting Camp for ages 13-18 will meet June 18-19. Cost is
$100. All baseball camps meet from 9 a.m. to noon. Call
718-2237.
Chipola Softball Coach Belinda Hendrix will offer sever-
al camps. Softball Skills Camps for ages 5-12 will meet
June 25-26, from 9 a.m. to noon. Cost is $100. Softball
Skills Camps for ages 13 and up will meet June 25-26, from
2 to 5 p.m. Cost is $100. Softball Night Camp will meet
Monday from 6 to7:30 p.m., June 9, 16 and 23. Cost is $20
per night. Call 718-2358.
Chipola Women's Basketball coach David Lane will offer
an Individual Girls Camp for Middle and High School
Students, June 2 and 4, from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Cost is $90.
Call 718-2423.
Swimming lessons will be offered for ages four aild up.
Lessons are based on a combination of nationally-recog-
nized methods. The following sessions are scheduled:
Session 1: June 2-12; Session 2: June 16-26; Session 3: July
14-24;1Tda.Session74:pAug.S4el Classes are a latbdre ats?
Thursday for two weeks of 45-minute lessons. Cost is $45
and pre-registration is required, with a $$ late registration
fee. An Adult swimming class will meet June 30-July 3, 10
a.m. or 7 p.m. Cost is $40. Infant and Preschool Swimming
lessons for children 3 and under will meet July 7-10 and
July 28-31 with classes available at 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. Cost
is $30. For information, call pool manager ,Rance
Massengill at 718-2473.

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College's next Basic Corrections courses,
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meets from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday.
The evening class begins June 10 and will meet from 5:30
to 9:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday.
Applicants must be at least 19 years of age, be of good
moral character, possess a valid driver's license, earn a pass-
ing score on the Florida Basic Abilities Test (FBAT) and
meet FDLE requirements.
Students are encouraged to apply early due to the exten-
sive application process. Application deadline is June 3 for
the day class and June 5 for the night class.
For information, call 718-2394.


New Beginnings Program to offer
computer course

The New Beginnings Program at Chipola College has
scheduled a computer class on Wednesday, June 18, from 9
a.m. to noon, in the Conthruing Education Buildmg (S).
The course will provide an introduction to Microsoft
Word course and will cover: Creating a folder, saving a file'
working with two open documents, paragraph formatting,
terminology, types of files, and information on
hardware/software.
Internet searching will be included with instructions on:
How to locate what you really want, how to use various Web
search engines, and copying from the Web to a document.
For formation on this course and to apply to the New
Beginnings Program, contact Rose Parramore in Chipola
College Student Services, 718-2208.

Continuing Education courseS

Chipola College will offer a variety of shott courses in the '
coming weeks.
A Real Estate Sales course will meet Saturdays and
Sunday, Sept. 13, 14, 27, 28 & Oct. 11, 12, 26, from 8:00
a.m. to 5 p.m. Cost is $250.
Chipola also offers custom workshops. The following are
available: Eat That Frog: Stop Procrastinating and Get More
Done; Whale Done: The Power of Positive Relationships;
The Pygmalion Effect: Managing the Power of
Expectations; Discussing Performance; The Attitude Virus:
Curing Negativity in the Workplace, Team Building: What
makes a Good Team Player?; and After All, You're the
Supervisor!
Gatlin Education Services (GES) offers, open enrollment,
online courses in: health care, internet graphics/web design,
business, law and travel. Register online at www.gatlinedu-
cation.com/chipola.
Education To Go offers online programs in: computers,
photography, languages, writing, entertainment, grant writ-
ing, business, sales, accounting, test prep, finance, health
child care, parenting, art, history, psychology, literature, sta-
tistics, philosophy, engineering, law and nursing. For dates
and course outlines, visit www.ed2go.com/chipola .
For information about any of these non-credit courses,
call 718-2395.

Chipola now offers online registration
Chipola College officials have made it more convenient .
for students to sign up for classes through online registra-
tion
thf)nlme registration for Summer Session II is available
Some restrictions apply to online registration. High
school students in dual-enrollment courses are not eligible-
To register online, visit www.chipola.edu, click Current


Students, and click Online Registration.
For more information, contact the Chipola College
Admissions and Records Office at 718-2311.




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Chipola College Theatre students and director Charles Sirmon recently toured New York City and Broadway. From left, are:
(front) Lindsey Baxter, Jessica Lawson, Courtney Corbin, (back) Garrett Broland, Rowdy Wilbur, Aaron Summerline, Austin
Simms, Aaron Moore, Michael Watson, Charles Sirmon and Kevin Russell. Contributed photo
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learn in a few days will stay
with them forever."
Sermon is currently reading,
researching and planning his
10th season with Chipola.
-For information regarding
Chipola Theatre, call Sirmon
at 718-2227 or visit
www.chipola.edu.


Frankenstein," Disney's
"Mary Poppins" and others.
They also toured backstage at
NBC and the New Amsterdam
Theater.
The students participated in
a master's acting class at
Shelter Studios-in the heart
of New York's theater dis-


trict-with Broadway per-
former and playwright,
Michael Watson. The students
also did a stage reading from a
new piece of his work.
Director Sirmon said,
"Chipola students try and
make the trip every other year.
What these young people


CHIPOLA COLLEGE

Chipola College Theatre
students and director Charles
Sermon recently toured New
York City and Broadway.
The students attended
Broadway hits like Mel
Brooks' "Young


POrterfield was the first direc-
tor of nurses for the Marianna
Convalescent Center and sub-
sequently served as its admin-
istrator. She then served as
director of nursing at Sunland
and was administrator at
Jackson County Convalescent
Center in Graceville, and at
Washington County
Convalescent Center in
Chipley. She was owner and
administrator of Landmark
Healthcare in Blountstown
until her retirement in 1998.
Porterfield was a caregiver


to many patients and a mentor
to many individuals in their
healthcare careers. She also
was instrumental in the devel-
opment of the nursing pro-
gram at Chipola College.
The Jackie Dykes
Porterfield Memorial
Scholarship will be awarded
for the first time in the Fall of
2009. The scholarship will be
available to nursing majors
from Jackson, Holmes,
Calhoun, Liberty or
Washington counties.
Donations to the Jackle


D y k es
Porterfield
Memorial
Scholarship
may be
mailed to:
Chipola
College
Foundation,
3094 Indian Jackie Dykes
Circle Porterfield
Marianna, FL
32446.
For information, call Julie
Fuqua at the Chipola College
Foundation, 718-2478.


CHIPOLA COLLEGE
The Jackie Dyltes
Porterfield Memorial
Scholarship has been estab-
lished at Chipola College.
Porterfield, formerly of
Marianna, passed away in
February, from complications
following surgery. She was a
1954 graduate of Marianna
High School and a graduate of
the nursing program at Florida
State Hospital.
. A former office nurse for
Dr. Eugene McQuagge,

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CHIPOLA COLLEGE

Tryouts for the 2008-09
Chipola cheerleader squad is
Tuesday, June 3, at Milton H.
Johnson Health Center.
Freshmen are required to sub-
mit a high school transcript
and a letter of recommenda-
tion from the most recent pre-
vious cheerleader
sponsor/coach.
All who try out must have at
least a 2.5 GPA and be full-
time (12 hours) Chipola stu-
dents in the Fall semester
2008. Scholarships are
currently available for Chipola
College cheerleaders.
For more information, con-
tact Melissa Laramore at 526-
1826 or
Melissa.Laramore@jcsb.org,
or Geraldine DeFelix at 718~
2322 or
defelixg@chipola.edu.


Warren Barfield of Marianna
cheers for the Chipola
Indians. Tryouts for the
2008-09 Chipola cheer-
leader squad is Tuesday
June 3, at Milton H. Johnsor
Health Center
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Approximately 50 fourth and fifth grade students at Cottondale' Elementary School
were rewarded with a "Rockin' Through the Ages" party for meeting their,
Accelerated Reader goals this year. Students and their teachers dressed in outfits from
the '50s, '60s, '70s or '80s to match their favorite decade and danced to a wide van-
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to increase youth. literacy within Florida detention cen-
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SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The University of
FloridallFAS Cooperative
Extension Service and local
county offices of Gadsden,
Jackson, and Liberty coun-
ties will join forces to pro-
vide this year's Master
Gardener Training Program-
Three weeks of class-
room instruction will begin
June 10-12, in Jackson
County. Week two, June
17-19, will be in Liberty
County, and week three,
June 24-26, in Gadsden
County. Week four, July 8-
10, will include office ori-
entation for the Jackson
Count nttre nees.will learn
about plants, soils, fertiliz-
ers, composting, growing
conditions and pests that
gardeners contend with dur-
ing the growing seasons.
There will also be visits to
Oglesby International in
Altha and Maclay Gardens
in Tallahassee.


Volunteers will be trained
to assist the general public
in answering questions
related to lawns, trees,
shrubs, gardens and home
vegetable gardens.
The Jackson County
Master Gardeners enjoy
gardening, learning more
about plants a~nd helping
others become better gar-
deners. The group also
gathers periodically for edu-
cational field trips and to
attend continuing education
sessions.
Applications are available
at the Jackson, Gadsden,
and Liberty County exten-
sion offices; and the dead-
eedne raysubmission is
For more information
contact Charles Brasher at
482-9620, Alex Bolques at
875-7255, or Monica
Brinkley at 643-2229. '
Contact the Jackson
County Master Gardener
Association via e-mail at
jacksonmg@ifas.ufl.edu.


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
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Cooperative (WFEC) recently
contributed DVD players to
each high school in its service


area fOr their 2008 Project
Graduation celebrations.
"WFEC has been involved
with Project Graduation since
the program% inception in this
area. We are proud to con-


tribute to the well-being and
futures of the youth in the
communities we serve," said
Terry Mullen, Manager,
Marketing &
Communications.


Kim Tate, representing ~Poplar Springs High School, received a DVD player from Terry Mullen,


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BY THOMAS VINCENT MURPilY

How much do yoU
believe in yourself?
I am often
asked by people
interested in the
music business ,
or other aspects
of the ernertainl
knew what it
would take for Murphy
them to get start-
ed in the indus-
try. I usually try to get a feeling
of the sincerity of the person ask-
ing before I respond.
My first question to them is;
"How much do you believe in
your biliti ?It takes more than
talent. It also takes dedication, a
strong desire and ansattituode thad
despite he distractions .around
you. This means staying away
from jealous, negative folks.
At times even family members
and friends can be discouraging.
The fact is; there are people that
don't want to see you succeed in
reaching your goals whatever
they are, because they are not
ambitious themselves.
When it comes to talent,
everyone who thinks they are tal-
ented as singers or entertainers is
not. It is said that everyone is
given some talents, but for some
talents are much harder to locate.
While watching some of the
auditions for "The American
Idot," it was obvious how hard it
is to find truly talented people
and how many people that-think
they have talent, don't. Some of
those auditioning would have
made better comedians than
singers. I know some of them
definitely made me laugh (some
were a joke)!
It's not eitsy looking a person
in the eyes while you try explain-
ah b ss sup ianly
hard after thbey lbeen m sleer
who hate telling them the truth.
In some cases those giving aspir-
ing singers and entertainers
advice are.lousy singers or don't
have talent in the field of enter-
tainment themselves.
If you are truly.talented as a
singer or entertainer, one of the
first things you should consider
is finding music or material that
fits your personality. If you are
not a.writer or arranger (able to
arrange certam songs to your
style ,of singing), try finding
someone that writes and
arranges music. By doing so it
will-help you eliminate at lot of
frustration and give you a com-
fort zone with your music or
material.
If you are blessed with musi-
cal talent or as an entertainer and


quickly, because of the lack of

e puroo le ghtinatenal.>n
yo ve toh ab1 moaycr td
your own songs. It won't hurt to

B Aher ou hwe ou 6ahsto
skills. If you enjoy singing
Gospel, Christian or other music
that would fit into a Christian
format, church is a great place to
improve your talent while bring-
ing joy to others.
Joining a church choir can
help you to improve your skills
while you interact with others.
The church experience can also
keep you humble. Keep in mind
that even though you become
part of a church organization, the
medhdn that hale outs d
church system.
At times jealousy and confu-


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of the solos as she has for years
before you joined the choir
(though your voice is far better),
don't be discouraged as you lis
ten to her struggle to reach those
high notes that come so easily to
yo hen "Broth&r. James" who
has a high tenor voice wants to
sing all the deep bass notes,
because of the lack of men in the
choir and he's been there so


long; though your voice is
stronger, deeper and you stay on
tune much better, don't let it
bother you. Consider your talent
a gift from God that you are
using for his service. In other
words, let any thing that happens
in life be part of your experi-
ences as you head toward your
goals.
Most of all, in anything you
want to accomplish in life make
it fun and pleasurable. Music and
entertainment can be fun even if
we are listeners or viewers in our
automobiles or at home.
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A haPPY Rashad Horne waits for the Marianna High School


Cottondale's Class of 2008 applauds during the Valedictorian and salutatorian speeches.


The Jackson County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for The UPS Store on
Tuesday, May 20. Owner Judy williams welcomed everyone and introduced her staff.
After the ribbon cutting the festivities continued with a hot dog cookout, photos with the
UPS NASCAR #44, a Partners for Pets Bark-a-thon with puppies and kittens available
for adoption, and door prizes. The UPS Store is located at 4415-C Constitution Lane,
Marianna, and they can be reached at 526-4877. Contributed photo


The Jackson.County School Board recently recognized students from grades 4, 8, and 10 who
scored a perfect 6.0 on the FCAT Essay Est. Pictured receiving their certificates from the
Board are (not in order): Riverside Elementary Kayleigh Temples; Sneads Elementary -
Allison Cort; Marianna Middle Shelby Allen, Alexandra Brockner, Rebecca Inman, Ashlee
Laramore, Whitney Merritt, Jacqueline Rodriguez; Cottondale High Benny Thompson,
Brittney Dearman, Mary-Roselyn Jernigan, Randolph McKinnie; Marianna High Vance
Coley, Nicholas Harris, Jordan Neel, Maggie Rooks, Elynn Wallace; and sneads High -
Christopher Holloway, Caidin McCaffrey. Not pictured: Graceville High Kayleen
Rodriguez, Cameron Dozier; Marianna High Kelsey Barfield, Rebekah Martinez; and
Sneads High Brian Long. Contributed photo


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Rick Barnes Blity Bryan Julian Williams
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. The Jacksoq County
Floridan presents the
"Terrific 10" All-County
baseball and softball team,
honoring the best baseball
and softball players in
Jackson County during the
2007-08 high school season.
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Justin Bryan- Malone
Bryan led the Tigers to a
second straight district cham-
pionship in his senior season,
getting it done for his club
offensively and .defensively.
He led the team with four
home runs and 27 runs scored
and a .352 average, while
leading Malone in saves (4)
and ERA (1.94).
Karissa Childs- Sneads
Childs was dominant on the
mound for the Lady Pirates,
who claimed a district title and
regional final this season.
She pitched 82 innings and
struck out 97 batters to only
17 walks, while posting an
impressive 1.83 ERA, while
also batting .394 on the.yearn
Tyler Wilson- Marianna
Wilson had a big year offen-
sively for the Bulldogs this
season, leading the team with
a .485 batting average, while
also scoring 26 runs and hit-
ting two home runs. -
He also drove in 23 runs,
stole six bases and had a .590
On-Base Percentage.
Shanae Dickens-
Cottondale
Dickens had a monster sea-
son for the playoff-bound
Lady Hornets, batting .530
with three home runs and 30
RBI. Dickens was also dan-
gerous on the basepaths, steal-
ing 21 bases on the year.
Stephen Burdeshaw-
Graceville ,
Burdeshaw was good on the
mound and at the plate for the


Tigers this season, leading the
team in ERA>at 2.32 and RBI
with 20. He won three games
and saved another in 42
innings of work and held
opponents to a .192 batting
average, while also batting
.385 and scoring 23 runs.
Samantha Culpepper-
Sneads
Culpepper led the Lady
Pirates in fielding accuracy
(.965) at third base, while also
leading the team at the plate
with five home runs.
She also had a stellar .452
batting average.
Pat Jones- Sneads
Jones was a bright spot all
.season for a struggling Sneads
club, leading the Pirates on the
mound and contributing at the
plate with a .388 average. *
Jones was the ace of the
staff and threw a no-hitter dur-
ing the year in which he struck
out a whopping 19 batters.
Liz Krouser- Cottondale
TCrouser did double duty for
the Lady Hornets, serving as
the ace for a CHS chib that
won a playoff game and pro-
viding a big bat in the middle
of the batting order,
Krouser hit .520 with 28
RBI and 12 stolen bases,
Trevor Blackburn-
Malone
Blackburn hit four home
runs on the season with 21
RBI and 20 runs scored.
He also was outstanding on
the mound with a 2.68 ERA in
34 innings, three wins and 48
strikeouts.
Kali Pringle- Sneads
Pringle was fantastical the
plate for Sneads all season,
leading the team with a .597
batting average, while also
hitting three home runs and
providing good defense at first
base.


Sneads' karissa Childs delivers a pitch during a game from the 2007-08 softball season. Childs was named a member of the
Floridan's All-County team. Mark Skinner/Floridan


Malone's Mercedes Smlith s gns a scholarship offer: to plp basketball for


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the coach said. "She set the bar for
excellence."
Smith, who said she chose South .
Georgia Tech over Georgia
Perimeter, said she knew which
aspect of her game she needed to
improve on the most. .
"I think I have a lot of condition-
ing work to do to get better," she
said.
"I just have to be the player I
need to be to help Iny team in what-
ever way it*needs to be helped."


her to see a former player moving
on to the next level.
"I'm happy she's getting this
opportunity," Skeete said. "She
wants to play and she wants to win.
This is what I want for all of our
kids." .
Skeete, who is moving on to
Okaloosa-Walton as an assistant
coach next season, said Smith
would be missed at Malone. ,
"She was a big key for our pro-
gram and.played a big role for us,"


BY DUSTIN KENT
.FLORIDAN SPORM EDITOR
Malone's Justin Bryan made his
college choice official Friday at
Malone High School, signing a let-
ter-of-intent to play baseball for
Jackson St., Tenn-
Bryan, who pitched and played
shortstop and catcher for the Tigers,
batted .352 with four home runs and
17 RBI, while earning four saves,
two wins and. a 1.94 ERA on the
mound in his semor season.
sHh har ts f rmJ n
take the mound on occasion.
Bryan said he was happy 'with his
cho.ice.
"They offered a full ride and they
keep people going to the next leVel,"
he said of Jackson St. "They're a
winning program and it's pretty up


there."
MalOne coach Max Harkrider took
over the Tigers the same year Bryan
began playing for varsity, when he
was just a seventh-grader,
"I'm just proud of him," Harkrider
said of Bryan. "I think he has a
chance to do really well up there. It's
a good opportunity for him."
Harkrider credited Bryan for play-
ing a big role in the baseball pro-
gram's turnaround from futility -
the Tigers won just three games in
Harkrider's first season'- to win-
n tw tivedistricttitlesthe
"I know that was real special for
him," the coach said of the back-to-
back 'titles. "He was a big part .of
tilrning the program around.
"He's played a lot of baseball for
us. It's going to be different without
him."


SPECIAL TO FLORIDAN .

The Pensacola Junior College Pirates baseball staff
will hold an combine for unsigned senior baseball play-
ers June 12 at 10 a.m. .
The event is open to all unsigned senior baseball


players and will be held at the Pensicola Junior College
Baseball Field located on the Pensacola Campus at the
corner of 12th Avenue and Underwood Drive.
Registration forms can be found on the web site
(pjc.edu/sports/baseball....the link will be at the bottom
of the page) or by calling 850-484-1304.


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FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
Malone center Mercedes Smith
signed a scholarship Friday at
Malone High School to play basket-
ball for South Georgia Tech next
season.
Smith led the Lady Tigers last
season with 15.1 points per game
and 7.3 rebounds, while shooting 58
percent from the field.
"I feel very happy about it,"
Smith said Friday about her deci-
sion. "I look forward to being there
and helping out any way that I can."
Smith said she was recruited to
play power forward for South
G iaheT ed asnht rlsaid
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she said. "I just have to go get the
job done."
Malone coach Vernette Skeet said
that she was confident that Smith
could make a big splash when she
gets to college.
"I feel like when she gets in a
school setting and gets comfort-
able," the coach said, "she's going
to make a dominant impact on their
program.
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Recreation Softball
The Graceville
Recreation Department is
looking for softball teams to
join a league.
Teams cost $250 each.
For more information,
contact Sonny Campbell at
415-7391 or 263-3250.

WECA Basketball
League
The West End
Community Association,
Inc. proudly presents its
Annual Basketball
League/Tournament for
2008. WECA's goal is for
two leagues of participants
made of four teams per
league from the Marianna
area.
Municipalities from the
surrounding area are
encouraged to register
teams for league play also.
Participants will be
grouped into the following
categories, ages 7-11 and
ages 12-14. For further
information lease contact:
John Walker @ 209-7707 or
Coach Ephriam @ 209-
2943.

Adult Recreational

The T allasketball
Association adult recre-
ational league will be
accepting team rosters for

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Chipola Basketball
Camp
Chipola Women's basket-
ball coach David Lane will

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School Students Monday
and Wednesday from 8 a.m.
to 9 p.m. Cost is $90.
Call 718-2423 for info.

Chipola Softball Camp
Chipola softball coach
Belinda Hendrix will offer a
Softball Night Camp on
Monday from 6 p.m. to
7:30 p.m., June 9, 16 .and
23. Cost is $20 per night.
Call 718-2358 for info.

Soccer Camp
The Marianna Optinust
Club and the Marianna
Recreation Department will
hold a soccer camp June 2-
5 from 8:30 a. m. to 1 p.m.
for ages 7-18 at the
Marianna Optimist MERE
Park.
Campers should bring a
soccer ball, shin guards,
long socks to cover shin
guards, active footwear or
cleats, shorts, a t-shirt and
plenty of water.
There will be a goalkeep-
er camp June 6 from 8:30
a.m. to 1 p.m.
For more information,
contact Dr. Plinio Tuta at
850-693-0943 or the
Marianna Recreation
Department at 850-482-
6228. .

Unsigned Senior
Baseball Combine
The Pensacola Junior
College baseball staff
announces the 2008
"Unsigned Senior
Combine" for June 12 at 10
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College Baseball Field
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found on the web site
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of the page) or by calling
850-484-1304.

CABA-World Series
The 2008 CABA 18U
aluminuni bat world series
will be held on July 27
through Aug. 3 at the Cene
Park baseball complex in
Struthers, Ohio.
Teams can register for the
world series at
www.cababaseball.com or
youngstownclassb.com.
If you need more infor-
mation on the world series,
contact Ken Quinh at 330-
755-5676.


Sports Briefs '
Send all sports items to
editorial @jcfloridan.com,
or fax them to 482-4478.
The mailing address for the
paper is Jackson County
Floridan P.O. Box 520
Marianna, Fla. 32447.


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1 stepped into the little creek
where it passed languidly
beneath the derelict bridge, there
beside the path leading down
from the ancient pockmarked
pavement.
Mom's ear-
lier, stern
"watch-out-
for-snakes"
order echoed
briefly in my
thoughts as I
entered the
tea-colored
stream .
Caution
q uic k ly Bob Kornegay
faded, how-
ever, as minnows and mosquito-
devouring Gambusias fled before
my splashing feet while craw-
dads hurriedly backed away
under cover of puffy mud
"smoke" screens.
Looking back, I remember the
creek as a lovely thing, in a love-
ly place. But, nearly half a centu-
ry ago, I was not there to con-
template beauty or seek.serenity.
It was not the pristine water, but
its inhabitants, thist called out to
me. .
I was 12 years old and had
come to the creek to do battle,
armed with a broken, grownup-
discarded fishing pole and a few
dozen crickets captured from
beneath Mom's flower-bed


mulch.
In those days, my assault on
the sluggish stream and the dank
hardwood bottom through which
it flowed was headlong and hell-
for-leather.
There were no aesthetic "paus-
es to ponder" aird no stopping to
smell the swamp roses. Like
Stonewall Jackson pursuing
Joseph Hooker s retreating
legions at Chancellorsville, I
moved doggedly upstream, cast-
ing baited hook beneath cut
banks, naked tree roots, and half-
submerged logs.
Fat redbreasts, bluegills, and
wriggling mudcats fell prey to
my juvenile angler's prowess as
brown water snakes hastily fled
before my relentless (and reck-
less) advance. S6rry, Mom, but
the inclination to "watch out"
just wasn't in me.
Other wild."enemies" provided
ferocious and persistent opposi-
tion.
Boll-hungry mosquitoes and
yellowflies took their toll. Briar
bushes tore at me. Poison ivy, so
subtle and yet so sinister,
"rubbed me the wrong way."
Yet, more often than not, I
emerged victorious, a mile or so
upstream where the big spring
primped its clear, cold artesian
flow into the creek channel.
There, with the last of my insec-
tile "ammunition," I fought and


conquered the redfin pickerel
lurking beneath the spring's
overhanging willow branches.
At last, homemade stringer sat-
isfyingly heavy-laden with the
day's "captives," I left the swamp
to trudge, tired but happily,
homeward across Mr. Jim Tom's
back-property farm field, keep-
ing eyes peeled for arrowheads
along the way.
Back home ("Yes, Ma'am, I
watched out for snakes"), catch
cleaned and skillet-ready, Mom
patiently gave me hands-on
instruction in the noble art of
Deep-South fish frying. I ate to
the bursting point and later slept
that dreamless, guiltless sleep
that rewards the weary.
Those frequent boyhood
angling excursions up the creek
more than four decades ago made
more than mere memories. In
many ways, they made me who I
am. They continue to provide
fodder for a fly-by-night scribe
who has loved and chronicled the
outdoors ever since. From the
first crude scribbling to the pres-
ent published works, the creek
played no small role in their
coming to pass.
The creek is changed now, I'm
told. Beavers and Man have done
their damage. The beavers must
be forgiven, of course. So, too,
might Man if he'd just clean up
the mess he'smade and "go and


sin no more." Perhaps one day
he'll learn. One may only hope.
Meanwhile, I wonder how the
redbreasts and the mudcats are
doing. Do they still hang out in
the dark holes behind the log-
jams? Will the little pike still dart
out to grab a fat, black cricket
"plopped" into their hideaways
by dirty-faced, blackberry-fed
kids with time on their hands and
fishing on their minds?
Or are they, like so much else,
choking and dying from things
never intended for little creeks in
dank hardwood bottoms? Are
they now paying the ultimate
price for Man's perpetual toga
party? On second thought, maybe
he (we) will never learn after all.,
The dirty-faced kids? Well,-
they're ng doubt comfortably
ensconced in some comfortable
room, happily having their senses
simultaneously stimulated and
dulled by the television and com_
puter monsters. Too bad.
Can those children ever care
that the creek may be dying? Will
they ever scratch crickets from
beneath a bed of pine needles, or
catch a wriggling mudcat, or be
warned to "Watch for snakes?"
IViore importantly, will they ever
want to?
Who knows? Only time, what
little the creek has left, will tell.
(Email Bob Kornegay at cle-
tus@windstream.net)


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LAKE SEMIROLE Topwater largemouth
have been good for some anglers of late. Stump-
filled areas have been productive as. have the
slowly fished tree tops on the Chattahoochee
River side.
Grassbeds in the Flint River have also pro-
duced some pretty good largemouth. Work indi-
vidual spots dihgently and don't give up too
soon. Use Texas-rigs around the stumps, shallow
baits near the hydrilla, and Carolina-rigs else-
where. Look for a few bass on the sandbars as
well.
Bream fishing is pretty good. Bluegills, in par-
ticular, are biting fairly well at present. Seek
them in shallow water and fish hve earthworms
on the bottom. The best bream fishing comes
when the wind settles down.
Hybrids remain fairly active near creek
mouths. They are deep at present and may be
taken on live bait. Also try them on crankbaits
and spoons late m the afternoon.
Crappies have been slow. Fish ledges with
minnows and use jigs for any shallow fish you
may find m the creeks and protected areas.
Catfish are fair up the Chattahoochee.
LAKE EUFAULA- Bass are good. There are
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feet. The best ledges are in areas where there is
good brushy cover nearby.
Crankbaits and slow-rolled spinnerbaits are the
best lures in these locations. Also think about
fishing some of the shallow flats with tube baits,
jigs, and spinnerbaits. The best flats contain
green vegetation and have deep water nearby.
Bream.fishing is good. The panfish are biting

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Crappies are slow, though a few may be caught
near the dams at night.
Catfish are fair in the tailgaters and along bluff
walls.
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1. To enter you may complete the entry form below and mail it with a
recent photo of your baby along with your $10 entry fee to the Cutest
Kids Contest, C/O Jackson County Floridan, PO. Box 520, Marianha,
FL 32447. You may also drop it off at our office at 4403 Constitution
Lane, or visit us online at www.jcfloridan.com to send a digital photo,
complete an electronic chtry form and make your payment.

2. Entries will be accepted through June 17, 20013, 5:00 p.rn.

3. To begin the contest, each kid's photo will appear in a special sec-
tion in the Jackson County Floridan on June 29, 2008.

4. Beginning June 29, 2008 voting will be available at www.jcflorl-
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Vote for your favorite baby for 250 per vote. Totals will be posted
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5. Winners will be determined by the total number of votes. There will
be one overall winner whose photo will be published on the front
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Twelve additional top winners Will be placed, one each, on the 12
months of the 2009 calendar. Remaining top vote recipients with at
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6. Kids must be born on or after January 1, 2005.

7. Parents) name, phone numbers and kid's hame must be written
on the back of photo.

8. Hard copy photos must be at least 2 inches wide. Digital photos
submitted electronically must be at least 300 dpi to qualify.

9. Include a self-addressed stamped envelope if you would like your
picture returned.

10. The Jackson County Floridan reserves the right to require proof of
age.

- 11. Only one photo entry per baby. Any professional pictures submit-
ted must have permission from the photographer.

12. Winners must participate in a photo session with an assigned .
photographer in order to produce a professional quality photo to be
placed in the 2009 Cutest Kids Calendar.


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Debbie ~~~Oi 85-0-70 ofe al l od t If iners ed peae Ofd.ur e tnkm l nt 2&BRAARMNT $p0/o, firstm andoeP lat B"x 520 Ma iann baFL 3244
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$1850 0 m:ra e s i ir Maan~e l 2005 JD 64 MFW Tracl (850)209-359 coqu .oe A1oai Jun gj
gutrstloin o ume et: Th a cks on x (334)77-484 ftprh2m o ot- $0850- 762933 ""90"n nad H A
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Parthenon~ 334-685-1848 Re. 1050110050 $00 4 I b n..ew -i b INMMQALFCAIOS
IrC~~h850-32- ege 4827 7 Gandy 4 row insecticide Aloorsm neILLE BR/5 BA) BU Y M E! /Whte 2-y.16 r. rtvexeiecracle o ialetn
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LOST:MENS ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ met WHT OD nbocae fie :0m-110 m bxe,-mute nto gyggps gygge g 334-695-2939. .
(SILVER WEDDIG RING chair pt.$70OBO D ta Ald bar Good codtin Lu, HC Uyrd l60out 45 BR 2 BA 53/2 5 Ne hom 4sal Dre torof enna Ju stic ulcSrvices
N00TEWAL-ENMGAR. V (50)72006 P inNte/ nteac a $10022-78-14 FAM AND 859+ ac nom ee w/ -42-75p olsq2B ta hrf du 0 an SaCho ip l $80 C2 a Jus~cnod taleconn r d eermi
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937-572-7991~kill W rng t 32381 eCr Bse Shield $20,Cal 34)70 iacnGld. ReltIc usice Crimina Justic Ad nstatono

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503BiatT ort8ors/ 50piloat or(ors/ 506 C6p 509tletoriloses 512Motorcycles/ATVs600.Automobiles 600 Automobiles 600 tomobiles 600 Automobiles 603AntiqueAutos
TrIton 2005 1753 Crappie Chevrolet '92 Spri .r. r. 1.= 0 C >>1 3: '95 Deville, fully Nissan '02 Pathfinder SE 1973 CADALLIC Eldorado
mercu 60HP, 4 stroke ft. self contained F.1.:.I.:,r I.:.aded pearl white, Loaded w / options Exc. Restored, mint condi-
front rear live wells, -- Home. Great for .:2mo rn **. tires, cold A/C Cond. $12,000 334-447- tion, garage kept, 96K
and bait well, lots of ing, hunting, -.,rnn.) SB in I miles, 21-23mpg. 0053 miles $9,000 229-334-
storage, fully equipped. .. .. __\ $6700,334-762-251 ly 0. 080 334-714- Nissan '05 Mavima SL 8719
$ 500er BMO 85 47- rd 1 an Al g LTe2 t F. r.x : r334- 01rd60.En- lull loades.lbe Oc.6n MIMIMillil
indoor ke t. A MUST gine needs some work. Call<3341714-1611
SEE! $12,5 0. Call 334- Body and interior in < *
30ft. Hunter Sail Boat, Fleetwood'00 792-8018or792-8827 Honda 03' Goldwing, 2 great condition. $2,500 Corvette '93 convertible LE LS 02 LX470. Pearl Nassan 93 Nt 2000 mo-
turn key Live Aboard, ProwlerCamper, year warranty remain- obo.Call334-714-9819. 40th anniv. addition wr..ie. SUV. Auto 8. tor 2, transmses.on
great weekend et Ig.slideout,38', 34' Allegro, 1990, 37,000 ing, CB, CD, changer, ruby red, new tires & cyl -t WD 85.000 m.. 510(u).334M60138
away. Many upgra es. 2BRGreatcond., miles. New tires/ex- Back rest, trailer hitch, battery recent tune UD LOADED. Grtal cond ref -an 97 Manuma. 1566
Pt. Saint Joe, FL., $18K $10,500, haust/brakes. Excel mand extras, very good 516.9.0 850.3>?-0065 or 52.5985.3347985271 me, I owner, 54,500
OB0,Call850-227-4034 Call229-308-1168. 5-d3160105 0. 334- con .$11,500.983-1322 thudors..:r luncle.:.T. LEXUS '96 LS300 104K, Call334-714-5940 Chevrolet '57 Bel-Air, 4
2002 7x14 Enclosed Trail- Datson *74 N. ..in 260: nice $4,500. 334-709~ Classifieds have what door, new eng. & aint,
er, du le tice 20 rt .15 4708 you are looking for. sh traTsaki b
334)984-2044 ?". 424 Mazda 04' RX8, 62,000 Oldsmobile'78.Needs starting at $14,50 Call
98 Coachman San ara. "I miles. Runs great. Boria minortuneupanddean (334)793-5534

S Ir EU 7 K Se ah all g 1 r. *- Cadillac Seviled7',a T r $ owak up.C3all3343 'i384
F303R4-M E82D4 la 1997 Four Winds a Honda 03' Shadow irit 4 4n7t tionr Ecix 6 n M 1' Sd4 01 o Co I
tains chairs, base- 31 ft, A/C, stove, micro- 1100,.adult driven, ga- camper Top for F-350 Ford. 333-7555 leather int.. $14,900,
ment model, great wave, fridge, sofa, di- rage keptnew bat- $650. 334-347-0415 or 334- Call334-618-3491. Plymouth 68 Fury II
v ceallrmanudl n1t 4,900. Call 334- i3 er s. 75 a8d5e 806-7578 FoaFid,'0 TaurhueseISESru Mercedes 2005 SL 500' Mak our rj 14 4 -
"r $32,000. 850-762 526-4722 Caprice '91 Chevy 4-dr. control, leather, power silver/ash, loaded 9152. Che '578elair2door,
3865 YouNamelt... new paint, Burgundy in seats, sunroof. 75K. $47,500 334-685-1070 Re NewinteriorExc.
Classified Has it!!! & out. Good cond. 96K $6,295. 334-792-2724 SERI 0 U 5 IN Q UIRES Pontiac '00 Grand Prix. Con must sell. Crater
2001 FISHER 170 HAWK $4,200. 080 or trade. ONLY!! 4DR GT. AT, AC (every Rims, AI.Car.$18,500.
SC 17' Deep V Alum '03 Class A Monoco La 334-793-7989. optio n). 10 4 k mi 334-793-1902
Seadoo '99 GSX Ltd er(33L4T55 u ly I hi Ho OF Che edt 7 Came 4- 77T7N4d8

3D Ta ll o d1 16h 2 8A0 uM 3b4 6 8 5 ( sKh t wd etc .) tr y 11e 2 r 8 5 8 r 6 -C1 2 ( 3 3 4 e cl a

Ranger '91 Bass Boat, gianmah$4000,stCr e(3 512 Motorcycles/ATys no 5000 080. 334-
Blue & silver, exc. 791-2609 95 Westport b Fleet- FORD u2 TAURUS SES
cond., 17.5 ft., Mariner wood, 34' 2 sli es, rear '03 Hadey Davidson HONDA '06 VTX 1300 C excellent condition, Mercedes, 5605L 1989 Pontiac '06 GTO, 6.0,
m9 ,0,3% 9x3e92 ailer, 20 0 2r3' A as0 7 68 01 4 t d t i ne r ,o 0 03 8e8d51V566 $5,000 th tt bla I /0 o For t6 sp

.." - 33.5 1-2 ) Pl at 7xV1 endorsed Tdrader archro 0 m ust 583500 334 Fowhdite, sMj tae or C 34 0$12,900. 3752/850-5576666 6 00. 080 334-671-


d 0 19 9 ng H 0 s h wr Ch Ce vo Ir M s % 3 033L 7L704
Firm434-238-8298. & windshield, loaded cond :,n Ba re t\ 48000. Call 334-714- P M7e8rKedesB nzNE-3 li9
7 x 12 enclosed Trailer 4 -27904 58-03 7 a d at an 36(18 or 334-714-3609 S mai ained, have all
Project Belat 1978 Sea .V-noserampdoor, hield is uo. 334 45 servicerecords.
Ray V220 Cuddy CaD.n sidedoorladderracks, 2000 TTR 125 Yam b 6933 $11,990.334-596-2077

/098anOdemb 3 190s nOp sDe k oat t Debss. rn6 eoeSc6o8n7d F rd 6 Mus ng CT M eGo r,3 PoRt c240DORGA dAMC.D., Che SCS 3 6/

u a I 91 esetnr Ig r, 2007 19ft. Pilgrim 1.ite 20M4 a r mZa .r 334 -8549 rn a r m}6es, $9,500, 850. A$4M200.M34-Re2 8 lean! p d.e e 3d CCa

mala G rag0 ee d y8 4a / s in 17,0 aw 2r s. $3800. 334 26 A As 0 E 8 000 M curwa o Sena er I Ex 0 ,S &334-68 0515d400
0 ch a lo5hn n, II 1994or33s4-596 .t Pro 20LC cusC ip k mdode3 2 dC d5dt ng sal 750 ATV, II AB r '97 Z71 F rrJ 07 FO 2 K rn' d 50 PTderuesier ,d.37d00k .

odto o1r4 .$ 0 OdBe0 S Om5 c ate, n su we b la g6753275 or 850-625- 4 si d reo 4 skint 8700 M u an 5KM qg a R$10,000.134-272 1891ate 49do ferrtor ilerp2b k
34-794-9766/790-9422 your lot, ready to 87 mi. per gallon Scooter. Newtires 3068 miles, 1 owner, $3500' model '05 CJ Rayburn door, ulck start, used
Nitro750 '04boatmotor move. $3 900. 080 1997, Kasea, street Kawaski '07 Mean Streak d II serious mq. only, 334^ & 28 ft. enclosed hawl- for cooing produce, ex-
&trailer.M 115 1984'Glasstream Bass (251)654-558 ready, includes helmet, Special Edition. Under Greatcond.$9400. For '2002' Taurus SE, a 691-7332or685-2269 3 excellent condition, new
HP, i4kbn2 51,r000 oat dsl5Td arinm7- 2005 Gulf Stream Cavilar ut[t 5d iv ,esga 6g5e Odm les trasC 11 call334-695-0361. w r stgr0eBa Mercury Grand Marquis 5-0 a8ny extras. 3 4- mao r $600t Nmeotorcio6
334-714-0401. tor, new carpet. Great Pkmdl, 31'L, sleeps Ca Billat334-714-0934 (334)899-4247 Chevy '03 Trailblazer LS, (334)726-115 1995, runs pood, excel- 334-522-3756

Nit r7 04doat mot1 r s ap $3800 080. 334- t d 34uc2C 0 w P ar 90 '06 0.re tdr nws pr oe doAu Fod lu eMd # 2 8 e (8. .2 In5rnGt o ad S Dok
HP, i4k n2ew 1,r000 1 9000 3 4 93-G 02dtrea 20 4 Dutc en (Ian nc 34-757S51 CC. moo.a. M/7 M7 2D. $12,500. t5 r3e 50 awar M Cc C e I be $ 6 Hd
334-714-0401. Sa chile W 0 h Okup ilrEat lEgal 5600 33-1 CheVy 1968 CamerO, race FOrd '64 Thunderbird immacu a 518.000 is" basis via Sealed Bid
Nitrow t7er nI H3 tt ecos 8i d oi 50 3fd 67 12 2 500 (II. BLACH, 8WiK1 mrade.oCwaler 3 S turn '07 Aura XR, O 4-60061/12/08. Call 850-


odc o ie u aes chel 3 4 GL ness Cor334 alier. Tan, Fo8rod '845dcro n Vitctor s nSr f I i 04 b spli
ailments. 229-220- $18,6943 -45 12or 205 e Seeri ug .,? mr caF rmmad 4- 8 cd BIaam m3, Ko tm n p int3& v $21,1500bo,334-522-3564 sl2 8.SealM Bi5d pdn
06' Bass Tracker Pro EFs. 28 ft. w / living Harley '03 Night Train, 8457 00.334 -0 4-671- 1363. Totaa o('am ,ro4ofdoord 6001
Marquis '77 w/1990 rebuilt Team 190 limited idi- room slide. Great cond.. less than 2000 miles. changer, all pwr., like 95' Ford F800, 21,000
90 HP motor, trolling mo- tion, loaded, arage $13000, 334-702 8267. Paul Yarre t-Trapp new 17,300 mi', $15,900 GVWR w/flatbell & 55'
0. 34 4s75-3f er. $3,000 ke t, rcurb9 o leave a message. . st.e Gold a ., M b 06 Lancer 02 Call (334) 389-3071 R er 5F-4 BIb s

LedenMe 4 BTw hBooad 15 rl84405- 5-3393d-687- 2050T2H35 hD CHMBAD 25}o0r8 Call 9 n g AC. T woNtea e tsco 112/50 Cdalibi oe
yellow, mint cond., ----- 15BA. 2 slides. excel- Chevy'94Camar0 CallJohn334-797-0420 $22K (334)803-7013
$14,900, (334)790-1350 506 Campers/ lent co r. dIIin - - Blue. Sedan 5- sod or Jason 334-714-1601 Anderson trailer/car-
Javelin '94' Bass boat TFildTi OF$ 518.000314695-lis9 GiyllWO.Loaded, x.... equipment/ utility
i er.15055f st33s4t W krnpn- plu7 t2o006 a eft, 19 ft EdROLIT5E tO -- **, Yam ha 0 In ligr Pos k P er H a vi 16 lb wh iftd tob

JaohNnslo986moorbo si 605 E nd.fease 1 has7t T4 el Trai4 070490bo Call 334 3a4 1 4 H$13,500,951984425 or.o .. D s scuss priceDi33s
0 0 c3o3n4-790n Sp2r er wit9h9 5thdewheet 100, call (334e)p 794 Harley '03 Superglide Yamah 002' Zuma255 9 Chevy '96 Caprice 4-door, Groeadt c d.00400-5 ze - - r .m 1820
5511or334-798-5936 room, fully loaded with Anvsy, Blk / Chr, 7000 Windshield & luggage white, burgundy int. 1 $18,500.334-585-3891. TOYOTA '07 Corolia CE 334-794-7644, 334-797-
new hitch. $9500 334. 08' Amerilite Travel Trailer miles, Great cond. Re. rackexcel. cond. $1600 owner, exc. cond. 129K Honda '88 CRX 5-sp. 40 Mitsubishi '92 3000 GT '07, White, Sedan. Auto. 2497,334-797-1730.
805-3058 21V2 ft. Fully self con- duced $12,000 obo. Call 850-352-4723 mi. $4,750. 334-886- mpg A/C good cond. VR-4 Red, 5-spd. 6-ce 4-cyl. 2 WD. 7400 mi.
Prowler '98 5tli Wh. 31 ft. adO, ak $1ncke.85POd 334-798-5271. Yamaha 07' V-Star. New 3061. $1,700.334-984-2044 A D;M98, MadFI weer\nbrakes PAwC, Fr lin usss se sd
living & dining slide, 579-2217 Harley Davidson '05 883 Loaded comes0nwith Chevy '99Jamaro T-Top, Honda '98 Accord EX, stereo leather interior. AM/FM, stereo, runs for log truck or long haul.
full sz. bath. Qn. bed. Sportster, custom seat, helmet cover. ly 1 orange, $4995 080 loaded, alw s serv- Runs well, very clean well, low mile ver 59000. 850-638-7290/850-
end kitchen/oak cabi- 05' A eri- Lite Gulf custom shocks, blue in tmile!3 40.33C 11 any 113,000,334-762-2707 ices, 143K m $5995, Great Shape. $10,500 clean, warrant Like 527-2229.

Gheenoe'05 13 ft. Olive, $12,ts .33e x791-17 nd a ns ba o I ny 41- 6 d3 Ya aba 2003 YZ125, 2 C3 ) 7 -48)8 92-8018 or 334-79 2S61FIEDS ew.317 ,000. Ca I 334- GM(se2006au tr sm ico
5 hp Honda 4-stroke, Prowler '04 5th Wheel, 25 with tu / sho we r. r jto. v.: c. .os Grand Cherokee We're Working For You!! Volkswagen 05' Torgua. 27k miles. $24,900 334-
camoseatstrailer, ft. Must see! Nice unit. sleeps 6, roof A C. ,ga zza, 7 58,:100mles AIIHay reg, Gray w/saddle inte 673-4852
Likenew.53,000 Many extras! $15,500. microwave, lots of stor miles Musts:Ill rior, 40k miles, top of
850-547-2708. Call334-714-0210. age, & much more ramana 2006 V inr SIE.,449080mease ~ the line, sun roof, V8
p, 2006 Ca like No w condition 1 4 111.0. 31.:.:. rrnles. sar call ** 0 0-8208 option dual climate air,. Paf IS ACC055.
e common how- $9,000 OBO 850-482- rant.. 5 29 OBO. 334 z .. heated seats, automat-
err, slee sun at &NNC, 3536 3 e6a e rss g)e Chrysler '04 Crossfire. gg clo on m nshi pshft 0 acd cibut
Forest River Flagsta Grey, 6-spd. 6-c I. 48K. controls, side curtain plugs.334-699-5539
20 5. $6995, 334-792 50 9 Motor Homes water sports/ Loaded, CD, leat er int. Jeep '95 Rio Grande, 4 *y air bag s, windo w
295,6 Harley Davidson '06 Dyna Great cond. $17K. 334- cyl., 139k miles, $6500, shades for back seats, Vestil, new 6'X30' pro-
Wide Glide, Glacier Equipment ses-taxo. 334-797-3802,797-8145 Mitsubishi Ed se 07' and rear air. $ 23,800 table ramp for sale or
Pilgrim '05 5[h wheel 30 WhitePearl. 6-sod GTV6,LoadedI r,6disk 334-701-8555/334-685- long term lease. $9,500.
IT super shde must see me. 5.000 mi Lake new New Chrysler '05 300, C-car, cd, htd seats, avail. 6233 22-869-1008.
CHALLENGER '94 Pon. Iloor lan, new cond Exnaust. Saddle Bags. -a ,unroof. blade. 46K $17900.,John 334-797-
toon boat w/trailer, very cean. satise. Call Backrest. Luggage -. $23.U00. CGII ... 0420orJason714-1601 Volvo 04' V70, 2.5 turbo
good condition, $4,500 334-4415580 k. 2yrs len or, or Steven *4 43341 677. wagon, 73k miles, Aut6
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$34,500 OBO 850-547- 64,900 mile. $25,500. dual trailer covers, Ilfe mi.DaytonaSunset good, all options, needs reat shape, 57K mi., good cond., located in Charcoal, Auto, 2 WD,
illiiilli 2808 850-547-3431 - jackets $13,000 for both OrangeEveryavail. some work, $2500, Call 11K w/ 2 yr. warr. or Columbus, GA. $16,500, 99K miles, Loaded;
229-759-9974 o tion.A0pnprox. (334) 792-4100 or 618- $10K as is. Everything serious in uiries only, Great cond. $11,250
M r()2'325t5h nhee2 LTidNe onull20d6dy2 so RI $340%. 9101 works.334-797-1918 Call(706)56 -9921 obo,334-701-1586.
97CHAPARRAL slides, mounted space 11K miles. like new Harley-Davidson 'os TRANSPORTATION 334-393-4541or
Runabout20ft., heater, reen 4000 Onan 56.5 100 more .nlo 33.5. F DI Dna Super 334-308-7852
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2128 sq. ft. mobile home *4 bedrooms & 2 baths* Lakefront on
Lake Denise Office/Bonus room off master suite* #07-2312

App Shee
Trail,
Marianna

*WaterfronthomeonMerritt MillPond*2BR/2Bwloffice0R
38R/2BA*1806tsq.it.home*AdditionalWaterfrontIolavailable
*Spiral staircase to sitting & viewing area *#08-527
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-- McPherson
I 2 Dr., Alford

*1568 sq. tt. home 3 bedrooms & 2 baths*2t acres
front feet on theiake* Do 3 tbluildi gs 0 8


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Greenwood


house per acre
Fonts paved road Detailed package upon request* #08 420
5195



front et n I a t R lead ceiling hei t
'uck high loading dock #08-418
Hwy 71 & 1-10,
Marianna
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. 2119 Aaron Ave.,
Grand Ridge
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*3 bedrooms & 2 baths *9 ceilings* Delu e kitchen Forrhaldining
room Garden tub in master suite*18 x 9 front porch #07-1418
Kynes line Hwy..


1810 9 11 r....s ..1- an d.... . ....
bedroom pian* Formal dining & family room w/ cathedral ceiling
*$3000 toward Buyers closing cost #08-151
".4 2960 Chase Way,
v Marianna

*1 n&ckson Co.Certlied Energy Star Home*2743sq ft .
*Addtionalacreageavalable*4bedrooms&3baths*CentralVacuum
System *TanklessGasWaterbealer*GraniteCountertops*#08-629
862 Dognood Dr.
Marianna

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*1350 +/ sq ft *3 bedrooms & 1 5 baths*1 20 +/ acre lot
*fence back yard Owner f dancing available* #08-742



3060 Hunter Fish
Camp Road
.

*NEW:Carp Pant kitchen p c li h I res & more!
Kitchen with breakfast bar Master with loft area*#08-627
6665 Bradley Rd.,
Grand Ridge
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YOUR HORSES*3 or 4 Bedrooms &*3 baths *50 pecan trees
Howell Termite Bond #07-2879
6887
WelcollieCIlliclIBd.,
bed

*4 bedrooms & 2 baths* Seller will pay ALL of Buyer s closing costs
101 acres HIGH & DRY and mostly cleared Home Warranty #07-1783

Meadowelew Rd
Marlarina

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Famiy room wlfireplace* 2 car garage & outMding Term to bond #08 885




4715
Sheffield Dr.,
Marianna

1676 sq ft ome 3 bedrooms & 2 ba hs* LARGE outbuildingisitop
*0ak cabinets in klIchen 2car garage #07-3034


52 r MarcusdDr.,

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*1107 +/ sq ft *3 bedrooms & 2 baths* Fenced back yard
*Vmylsiding*#07 2501
2683



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1.5 miles to Lake Seminate* lots of wl dllie* #08-842


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REAL ESTATE n on Estate

Gina C. Stuart
Broker/0wner CRS
SUNNY SOUTH PROPERTIES -
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(850) 482-4494
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Broker/Owner 1.800-866-4497

(850) 209-7150 Eve
E-mail: info@kbconnor.com

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Marianna, L 32446 4389 Lafayette Street

(850) 526-2891 (office) Mariann Foo id3 732447
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3 .th 545410th STREET, Malone. Pristeen home in immaculate
condition. Over 1800 square feet of living area, ponderosa
pine paneling in den and Master Bedroom.100' x 190' lot
With large oak trees. $129,900.



NESTLED on private and secluded landscaped 3.64
acres in Falling Waters Park/Golf Course area. Home """ W
or s tonedrireplac in livsjng room wh called
back porch and two car garage. MLS 08-811 $189,900 MERRITS MILLPOND WATERFRONT home on Spring
Chase Lane. Split-bedroom plan with Great Room, din-
ing room, and master bedroom opening onto covered
porch. Lighted walkway to dock. $379,900
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b SEE!!s xstsltartim outuThis1 1 on in di
paint and carpet throughout, home is ready to move- 2933 GREEN ST. HISTORIC, true victorian
into. Property is located not far from town. home has been authentically restored. Features
MLS 08-791 $124,900 of this home include 3 marble fireplaces, 13'
ceilings, heart pine floors & Mohawk laminated
wood flooring, crown molding throughout, orig
inal bead-board wainscoting in DR, custom
drapes & plantation shutters. $299,000




LOOKING FOR QUIET LIVING? This lovely
doublewide mobile home with large rooms, plenty of
closet space, side-by-side GE refrigerator with freezer
on bottom, Maytag dishwasher, 3 bedrooms and front
deck. Large shed with 6 foot door, a 4 ft. door and
tacSh ca ort. thi on 2 acres.



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PRICE REDUCTION with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, nine
foot ceilings with crown molding, hardwood laminated 3069 6'" STREET 4 bedroom home with
floors and tongue and grove walls. Home located in split level design near Jackson Hospital
town, close to a park and in a nice neighborhood. MLs and Chipola College. Large family room
o7-2s41 $131,ooo with fireplace, formal LR and formal DR.
1.2 acre corner lot. $196,500


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ACREAGE IN THE COUNTRY with updated
mobile home. Very private setting with lots of wildlife BANNER RD, MALONE- 3 bedroom doublewide with lots
in the area. Home with 3 bedrooms. like new side-by of amenities. Pole barn, double car ort w/sllop,
side refrigerator/freezer, stove, washer/dryer and new covered patio, screened porch. .. On y $88,900 Can
front porch. All on approximately 1.56 acres- be bou ht with additional acrea e.
MLS 08-233 $55,000
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537415TH STREET MALONE 2-story older home
has been totaity restored. 12' ceilings in most rooms.
BIG PRICE REDUCTION!! Very nice doublewide Upstairs suite is perfect for kids or guests.Deep lot
mobile home with 3 bedrooms. 2 baths. extra nice with detached storage and sheds. $225,900


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EXECUTIVE ESTATE located on 62 beautiful acres
south of Chipley. This 2 story southern living home is
I e. inviting from the large front porch to the stariway lead-
~NEW LISTING- -,.e-., ").upstairlin ly a lonnal ,Nving mng n><>m won'
HOME and Business Opportunity. Nice master bed & bath. Comes with 3 car garage. This
home is impressive! $&49,000. MLS #: 08-318
brick3/2 home on 3.26 acres and a work-
Ing dog kennel for $250,000. If pur-
ChaSed as a single home dwelling for
$199,900, dog kennel will be moved. at
Appf0X. 35 miles North of Panama City - -
Beach. #2944 MLS #08-715
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RE Dif . INCOME PRODUCING property! Edgewood III, an
established apartment complex consisting of 8 fur-
nished units, is available for purchase. Edgewood I
.( and 11 are also available. Buy one or all three!



Lots of upgrades in this cozy 3BR home. New
kitchen cabinets & stainless steel appliances.
Near Riverside School & downtown Marianna.
Good investment erty, first time buyer or
retiree. #R2930. $ 00 AFFORDABLE New Home in Mariannal This 3/2
w/ 2 car garage completed in '07 sits on beautiful cor-
E ner lot. Comes w/ top of the line appliances, upgrad-
c br nE upgE ed fixt e4s f Le space. So



MANNA
North Oaks Spacious brick 3/2 home w/garage &
screened orch. Large formal living room and dining
room. AI BRs have walk-in closets. Large master
bedroom has separate entrance, could be mother-n- IMMACULATE 4/2 Doublewide on I acre, paved
law suite. Landscaped I acre lot. #08-541. $175,000 street. Completely updated. All new appliances. all
new carpet, all new tile. New paint. New front deck,
Rew kirting.a All like n w.005 minutes 4jown.






Brick 1700 SF 3/2 home on 4. c he -
try. Fenced for animals. Chain link fencing
around the house. Wet weather ond & 1.456
BARGAIN! BARGAIN! BARGAIN Come see this like
SF old barn on property. Handicap master bath. new 3/3 DW. 191etal roof. New vinyl siding. Split BR
08-596 $150,000 design. Large front & back deck. All on I acre with
-- --- beautiful inground pool with new liner and fence.
Ready for entertaining or relaxing! 6 miles from Wal-
Mart. All for $99,900! MLS #: 07-3046




REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE
MARIANNA Near Downtown. New u dates in
this home within past 6 months. 3rd BR being
used as utility room. C/A&H, insulated win-
dows and FP w/ electric logs. Old garage/stor- LIKE NEW 3/2 home on Highway 90. New metal
age bldg. #08-598 $69,000' roof, new vinyl siding, Hardwood floors, gorgeous
,a .rr sy. yard. heat pump, pecan trees, fig trees, 3 outside build
at ings, partially fenced. Possibly great business loca,
-, N tion. All this fo($139,500! MLS #: 08-851




07-3070 Beautiful 3+ acre lot has oak trees and cleared
for building. Frontage on a pond in SW corner of lot.
Lot located in vacinity of Silver Lake. All theamenities
of Compass Lake Hills horseback riding, swimming' BEAUTIFUL 2006 Triplewide 4 bedrooms 4 baths.
boating, fishing, rental of cottages, campsites & lodge All stainless steel appliances, built in once space.
on McCormick Lake. etc. #2899 ONLY $37,000 Rock faced fireplace. 2 nice back decks. Separate
living room/family room. 36x36 horse barn with 2
,, exio2ihor 4s9a01 tack room. Asil this le6 acres
Chipley or Marianna. MLS #: 08-610
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BONIFAY-Buill in 2007.. this 3/2 home features
split BR design. Wood burning FP in LR. Maple
kitchen cabinets. GE appliances, stacked W&D.
laminate & ceramic tile floors. Lots of upgrades. WATERFRONT! 6.4 ACRES. 300 feet on water!
#08-472 $185,000 Beautiful private Springfed Lake in Jackson County!
e-- ---- Deed Restricted! Well & Seplic tank, Power. Ready for
you to build your new home! Come swim & lish or just
enjoy the view! All for $199,000! MLS #: 08-292


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07 1692 Marianna 5 Acres County maintained road on
North side of property and a private road on East side. Wet
weather area on SE side, possible pond site. MH ok. $39,900.
BELOW RECENT APPRAISAL! Nice 14x70 2
- bedrogns 2 bath mobin- hom on 3/4 acre ce vant

Immaculate! Large back covered patio. Apprx 6
- miles out of Marianna. All this for $52,500! MLS #:
* 08-807

07-1472 10 ac rest. Approx. 14 yrs. od pineS.
$75,000. Will sell 5 acres $40,000,


* COTTONDALE 40 Acres has
mature timber & homesite on back 20 LOCATION! 99 Acres right on Highway 231. High
acres. Front 20 acres is wet. Excellent visibility & High traffic count year round. County
hunting. #06-1863 $200,000. sewer & City water available. Excellent development
LOLS in COmpass Lake in a oo), Mu nealok-eo me city annexacon.
the Highlands Subdivision
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