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C 2005, WASHINGTON COUNTY NEWS


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County Codes Enforcement Board approves petition drive


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
The Washington County
Codes Enforcement Board ap-
proved mounting a petition drive
to attempt to influence the Wash-
ington County Board of County
Commissioners to adopt the ci-
tation method of codes enforce-
ment. Codes Enforcement Board
Chiarman Jim Ackerman said
the vote was taken Monday and
only Board member Paul Day
opposed the 6-1 decision.
Commissioners have taken
no action on adding the citation
method of codes enforcement to
its means of dealing with codes


issues. The Board discussed
the subject at a regular monthly
meeting recently. The decision
came following discussion at an
earlier meeting.
The County has a Codes En-
forcement Board (CEB) which
hears cases and approves action.
All the County CEB can do is
issue liens against property own-
ers. Lassiter noted that this is
very hard to do against someone
with a Homestead exemption,
of which there are many in the
county, and overall the system is
"basically useless."
"You will never collect the
lien," Lassiter said. The cita-


tion method does not recognize
Homestead exemptions since it
does not use liens. The citation
method is covered under Florida
statute 162.
Washington County Codes
Enforcement Officer Lynda
Weller recently made a presenta-
tion to commissioners on codes
enforcement. She noted that the
most effective method is volun-
tary compliance once the alleged
violators are put on notice.
At present, if an alleged viola-
tor has shown an unwillingness
to take care of the violation the
matter is referred to the seven-
member CEB appointed by the


Board of County Commissioners.
A hearing is held, and the public
can testify about the case.
If the CEB finds that a viola-
tion has occurred, they will is-
sue an order to comply and may
impose fines of up to $500 a day
until compliance takes place.
They can also order the accused
to pay administrative costs. The
accused can appeal his case to
Circuit Court within 30 days.
Chipley Codes Enforcement
Officer (CEO) Jim Lassiter
made a presentation describing
the merits of the citation system.
Under Chipley's version of the
citation system, Lassiter inves-


tigates a complaint and if neces
sary a criminal citation is issued
for cleanup of a property.
Unless the problem is correct
ed the accused would have to go
to court and go before the judge.
The court establishes the time
frame in which action must be
taken, and the judge has total ju-
risdiction. Even then Lassiter can
ask the judge to drop the charges
if the cleanup is done.
Commissioners have shown
little enthusiasm for adopting
the citation method, and Acker
man said he hopes that petitions
will show public support for the
method.


Members of New Life Fellowship Assembly of God in Chipley and other local volunteers headed for Mississippi on Monday.


Locals ioin relief convoy

on the way to Mississippi


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
Members of New Life Fellow-
ship Assembly of God in Chipley
and other local volunteers head-
ed for Mississippi on Monday. A
convoy of campers, motor homes
and a semi filled with relief sup-
plies were on their way to Kiln,
just north of Bay St. Louis.
The convoy started in the
Ocoee area. Larry Bradley said
he pioneered Faith Assembly of
God in Kiln 25 years ago, and
the convoy was on its way to
help repair the church and do
other work in that community.
The semi took just three days
to be filled with food, clothing


and other supplies for that area of
Mississippi that was so ravaged
by Hurricane Katrina.
Another camper full of equip-
ment and goods was supplied
from Chipley and other local
communities.
There has been little cover-
age by national media of smaller
communities that were hit by the
massive storm.
The convoy was also a fam-
ily effort. Pastors involved in-
clude Jack Howell of Eastside
Assembly of God in Marianna,
and sons Jay Clinton Howell of
New Life in Chipley, and Gary
Howell, who pastors a church in
Orlando.


The semi took just three days to be filled with food, clothing
other supplies for that area of Mississippi that was so ravage
Hurricane Katrina.


Chamber President-Elect is
Andy Fleener

Chamber re-elects

five to Board
The Washington County
Chamber of Commerce re-elect.
ed five directors who completed
their three-year terms on the
Board of Directors. Those direc
tors were re-elected at the annual
Chamber meeting on Thursday.
September 15 at Pattillo's Res
S taurant on the WHTC campus in
Chipley.
L A nominating committee pre
Assented the following nominees:
Larry Hinson, Gerald Holley
Gary Clark, Kim Wilson and Jeff
I Helms, the outgoing president
g and President-Elect is Andy Fleener
ged by He will take office as of October
1, 2005.


Constitution and Citizenship

Day celebrated at Roulhac


Students at Roulhac Middle School show off their patriotic pride on Constitution and Citizenship
day Monday.


Students at Roulhac Middle
School celebrated Constitution
and Citizenship Day on Monday,
September 19.
Most of the students were
dressed in red, white, and blue,
and some wore clothing reflect-
ing the clothing of the time of the
creation of the Constitution.
The middle school was deco-
rated with many flags placed
around the courtyard of the
school and a colorful banner
made by students. The morning
show also highlighted the special
occasion with patriotic music
and a proclamation, read by Roy
Hardrick, explaining the mean-
ing of Constitution and Citizen-
ship Day. Hardick said that this
is a special day to honor and cel-
ebrate the privileges and respon-
sibilities of U.S. citizenship for


both native-born and naturalized
citizens, while commemorating
the creation and signing of the
supreme law of the land.
The Preamble to the Constitu.
tion was read by Jayme Camp
bell and Leeazia Taylor. All
Roulhac Middle School classes
were studying the Constitution in
their Social Studies classes dur
ing the day.
Students also participated in a
variety of activities highlighting
the Constitution and citizenship
All three classes had their pic.
tures taken. "Betsy Ross" and
"Miss America" were among
those who dressed for the occa
sion.
Constitution and Citizen
ship Day is celebrated yearly in
Florida.
More photos inside.


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COMMuLUNITYNUE


Mama he's crazy...
Or so it seemed at last week's Chipley Kiwanis fund-
raiser as LynZee Webb was "wooed" by Aven Pitts.


Oktoberfest coming up October 14-16


The annual Sunny Hills
Fall Festival and Oktober-
fest will be held on October
14, 15 and 16. Price at the
main gate will be; adults,$5
per person, and children,
12 and under, free. A fam-
ily one-day pass is $10 and
a family two 2-day pass is
$15. Public and handicap
parking is free, and special
parking is available at $5
per car.
Schedule of weekend
events:
Friday
Golf Tournament.
Saturday:
Fishing and Triathlon
Parade 10 a.m.
Festival open at 10:30
a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Oktoberfest 12 p.m. 6
p.m.
Circus Performances -1
p.m. and 4 p.m.
Sunday:
Festival open at 10:30
a.m.
Circus 12 p.m. and 3
p.m.
Stage performances all
day
Prizes and Awards 5
p.m.
*The circus will have


four performances this
year, two on Saturday at 1
p.m. and 4 p.m., and two
on Sunday at 12 p.m. and
3 p.m. The circus features
clowns, trapeze artists,
jugglers, a dare devil act,
animal acts, thrills and
laughter for all ages, and
the experience of "center
ring" under the Big Top.
Camel and pony rides for
kids. Tickets are $5 per
person, children ages 5 and
under are free, and ages 6
to 12 are $3.
*The Bass Fishing Tour-
nament starts Saturday
morning just after daylight
and lasts until 3 p.m. A to-
tal of 60 boats with 30 on
Gap Lake and 30 on Porter
Lake. Special prizes are
$300 for Big Fish overall,
and $150 for Big Fish at
each lake. There are cash
and merchandise prizes in
many categories, almost
everyone wins. Prizes prt
lake and overall are first;
second, and third places.
Merchandise prizes will
be awarded by drawing
of registrations until all
prizes are awarded. The
entry fee is $80 per boat


payable upon registration
at the website or on a form
in the fishing tournament
brochure. Maximum of
60 boats with payback
based on total participating
boats.
*The Triathlon Course is
a sanctioned event start-
ing and ending at the Boat
Lake Park. It includes a 1/4
mile swim, 12 mile bike
ride, and 5K run. Pre-race
briefing is at 7:15 a.m. on
Saturday with final regis-
tration from 6 7 a.m. For
a registration triathlon bro-
chure, or information, con-
tact Frank and Carol Kreis
at 850-773-2030. Informa-
tion is also available at
www.sunnyhillscaiai.org.
*The Tommy McDonald
Golf Tournament, which
is the first event of the
festival weekend, is for the
benefit of the Washington
County Chamber of Com-
merce.
A similar tournament
has been held for many
years and organizers are
pleased to have it as a ma-
jor festival event. Teams
will compete for prizes
and recognition followed


by a BBQ luncheon. Entry
information is at the festi-
val website or contact teh
Chamber at 850-638-4157
or Kim Knight 850-638-
2288.
*The Health Fair spon-
sored by Northwest Florida
Community Hospital with
support from the Wash-
ington Rehabilitation and
Nursing Center, and many
others as well, will be at
the festival this year. Talk
to health care profession-
als and take free screening
(some have a nominal fee)
for blood pressure, choles-
terol, A.I.D.S., eye tests,
blood sugar, as well as a
blood drive.
*The Oktoberfest ticket
includes buffet meal of
German style food, all
beverages, live music to
include "Oompha" for
traditional dances, and free
shuttle between the festival
hub parking and Oktober-
fest Halle.
You must be 21 years of
age to consume alcoholic
beverages. Tickets are $20
per person.


David Cameron Holmes
Private David Cameron Holmes of Chipley graduated
from basic training at Fort Jackson, S.C. on Friday, Aug.
5. He is assigned to the Army National Guard in Dothan.
Ala. His parents are Mary and Windle Tharp and David
Holmes. Grandparents are Al and Flosse Seiffert, Gwen
and Bill Byrd, and Charles Holmes.

American Wrestling Federation
The American Wrestling Federation returns to the
T.J. Roulhac Center in Chipley Saturday, September 24
at 8 p.m. Proceeds benefit the T.J. Roulhac Center. For
information, call 850-638-7183; check out the AWF
Chipley message board at www.gulfcoastwrestling.c
om, or the American Wrestling Federation fan site at
www.yahoo.com

HCHS Class of '95
The Holmes County High School Class of 1995 re-
union has been scheduledfor Oct. 21 and 22. Class of
ficers need help locating some of the classmates. Those
who have contact information on a classmate or for more
details about the reunion, send an email to hchsclassofl9
95@hotmail.com or contact Gina Bush at 547-9395.


SHappy 58th Anniversary

Andy

And For All Our Memories We
Share. You Are A Very Precious

Part Of My LifeAnd I Thank
^ The Lord For Yo u.

Your Loving Wife
Rose
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Kiwanis fund-raiser
Country Creek Band was among the performers at last week's Kiwanis fund-raiser.


Pulling for
The Fourth Annual Pull-
ing for Education Show
and Pull is coming up on
Saturday, October 8 in
Vernon. The popular an-
nual event is a fund-raiser
for the Washington County
Scholarship Trust Com-
mittee. The show site is
at 3901 Wilderness Road
(County Road 170) off
State Road 279 north of
Vernon.
The Committee began
the antique tractor show
as a fund-raiser for schol-
arships given away every
year to students at Chipley
and Vernon high schools.
The non-profit Trust was
started in 1996, and the
first scholarships were
awarded in 2000. Since
that time over 100 students
have received scholarships
totaling over $19,000.
Admission is $5, with
children 12 and under and
exhibitors and displayers
admitted free. There will
be clean portable toilets
on site, and no alcoholic


Education October 8


beverages allowed.
Everyone is invited to
bring his or her lawn chairs,
eat plenty of good food,
and enjoy a great fam-
ily atmosphere. Highlights
include a 1912 Case steam
traction engine operating
at full steam. Camping is
available at the show site,
but there are only a limited
number of electric hook-
ups available. To reserve
a site, call 850-535-2426.
E-mail is pullingforeducat
ion@yahoo.com.
The schedule is as fol-
lows:
*8 a.m.: Gates open.
*8:30 10 a.m.: Tractor
races, blind man, and bar-
rel.
*10 11:30 a.m.: Tractor
and garden tractor pulls.
*11:30: Children's pedal
tractor pull.
*Noon: All-tractors pa-
rade.
*12:30 p.m. 'til: Tractor
and garden tractor pulls.
*12:30 p.m.: Horseshoe
Tournament.


There will be demon-
strations, displays and food
and merchandise vendors
all day long.
For information:
*General information:
Sandra Cook, 850-535-
2426.
*Vendors: Deborah Metz
Andrews, 850-638-4606.
*Tractor pulls: Chuck
Anderson, 850-547-2055;
Cliff Gilbert, 850-265-
8706.
*Garden tractor pulls:
Steve Callahan, 850-892-
7146.
*Antique car show: Ace
and Norma Frost, 850-638-
7269.
*Volunteering: Tobatha
Davis, 850-638-4017.
*Ads in program: Debbie
Lloyd, 850-535-6274.
Donations are accepted
year-round. Please send
donations to the Trust
to Washington County
Scholarship Trust, P.O.
Box 776, Vernon, FL
32462. Website is http://
www.wcst.netfirms.com


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Wednesday, September 21, 2005, Washington County News, 5A


Perry's Prattle


Byu Perru Wells


Some of you may recall
that the "prattler" has jok-
ingly said in the past that -
my good friend, Lois Ruth -
Hardin, keeps "tabs" on my
subject matter and has, in
.the past, told me when its -
time to leave a subject and
. move on to something else. '
When I saw her recently
in Gil Carter's office, I
was prepared for such an
admonition regarding the
continued writings on the
Heritage Book. But, in-
stead of telling me to lay
low for a while, she actual-
ly said she felt it was good
that I had kept the informa-
tion before the people and
refused to let the deadline




' least one more time.
Yes, the official cut-off it coercion to get your
date was Sept. 1, and there stories to me. It seems July
'has not been an extension, and August were the ban-
nor will there be. However, ner months in seeing the
circumstances, including overwhelming response.
-Hurricane Katrina, has If this had happened in the
placed a 'hold' on the early months of planning,
publishing company's I guess the prime movers
representative coming to of the project would have
Chipley to start the next been totally spoiled.
step, actually, cataloging, I have made the state-
.packaging, and preparing ment that the more re-
all the submitted stories for cently received stories
publication. Now, the lo-are the best. Isn't that the
cal committee knows that story of the biblical feast
David Bice from Heritage at the marriage in Cana at
Publishing Company plans Galilee, when Jesus's first
a meeting with us on Sept. miracle was turning water
29. into wine? Thus the state-
: feel I am safe to say ment, "but thou have kept
that items submitted be- the best wine until now."
fore that time will still be It is not my intent to put,
accepted "for publishing. one story tabbove ~ another
Also, te pre-prntrig price All of hemm ar'e good and-
for the book, $53.50, is all are needed to make the
still in effect at least until book complete. But when I
; then. .- see writings on families by
I am sure you get he the same name in different
message! (Get your materi- parts of the county and
al in to a committee person with no known kinship, it
now. You may also drop catches my interest.
it e off at the Washington This has happened in
County Library in Chipley the family named Brock,
before September 29, or and maybe it caught my
-you could find yourself too eye as my paternal grand-
late and disappointed. mother, Hannah Malinda
SOne more time, I want to Brock Wells, came out of
/ say a personal thanks to all one of those families. I
of you who have respond- have learned much from
ed to my invitation or is the histories of other Brock

Hsloidcal Society
The Washington County
Historical Society will not
meet in September. Plans
are to be back in action the
first Saturday in October.

'Report available
Copies. of the Chipley if lsO0fii I
High School NCLB school i-i
accountability report and v ld lMu
annual yearly progress ourre__-lri .i
report. for 2004-05 are
available at the office of
Chipley High School.


ished by Bessie Mae Pate Tharp. It is a scene of Vernon
I in Mary Cathiin May's book, "VERNON. The Heart
." You may see it again in the Heritage Book at it may
of Preston Pate, Josh Wells, and Hosea Varnum.


families that I did not know
their background.
The Miller Ferry stories
are of special interest to me.
The Skippers, Dunns, Har-
dys, Morrells, Armstrongs,
Kolmetz, Galloways, and
others are some that you
just don't want to miss.
One story seems to
prompt another. The Pip-
kin, Harrell, Yates, Burch,
Helms, Slay, Varnum, Sex-
ton, Register, Cook, Harris,
Mitchell, Weaver, Miller,
Wood, Carter, Roche,
Cox, McFatter, Simmons,
Tiller, Worthington, Hin-
son, Chesser, Lee, Watts,
Baxley, Shumaker, White-
head, Williams, Swindle,
Hughes, Bounds, Wright,
Taylor, ,'Owens, Pate, Fer-
rell, 1Uss, s~fmoers, Sapp,
Elliott, and Austin histo-
ries are some that I espe-
cially glad see included in
the book.
Of course, you will see
the Wells family well rep-
resented, for which I'm
thankful. I apologize if you
have channeled your story
through me and I haven't
listed your name.
We have stories on at
least three of Washington
County's favorite sons,
which make good reading.
Maybe we will get one


or more on a Washington
County favorite daughter.
This writer is definitely
encouraged that, once the
book is completed, it will
be a piece of history and
heritage that we will all be
proud of. It will be a 'must'
for everyone to have in
their home.
I am eagerly looking
forward to the finished
product. If you are one of
the 'pending writers', let
me urge you to get moving
and get your story in and
buy the book at a lesser
price NOW.
See you all next week.


WCOA update
Social Security Ad-
ministration, will present
workshops to learn more
about Medicare Part D pre-
scription drug plan. They
will be held at the Council
on Aging in Chipley. At-
tendees will be given an
opportunity to sign up for
Medicare Part D, at that
time.
Workshops will be held
on Sept. 21, and Oct. 12, all
classes will begin at 9 a.m.
To reserve a place, call the
Washington County Coun-
cil on Aging at (850) 638-
6216 or 638-6217.


r


935 Main Street
Chipley, Florida 32428
(850)63-5550
Fax:(850)638-5556
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OF THE MONTH
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for the month of August!!!
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WEDNESDAY, September 21
CLOSED: Wausau Library, Vernon Library.
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located in Chipley) senior
lunches, for reservations call 638-6217, donations accepted.
12 noon-Bonifay Kiwanis Club meeting, held at Blitch's Res
taurant in Bonifay.
7 p.m.-Depression and Bipolar Support Group-meets at First
Baptist Church educational annex building in Bonifay. Call 547.
4397.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at Ponce de Leon
Methodist Church, located on Main Street in Ponce de Leon.
THURSDAY, September 22
7:30 a.m.-Washington County Chamber of Commerce break
fast.
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
10:30-11 a.m.-Chipley Library preschool storytime.
11 a.m.-Washington Council onAging (located in Chipley) senior
lunches, for reservations call 638-6217, donations accepted.
1 p.m.-6 p.m.-Wausau Library open.
2 p.m. Hospice of the Emerald Coast grief support group, held
at Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Green Street, Marianna.
3 p.m.-Vernon Garden Club meeting.
6 p.m.-TOPS meeting, held at Mt. Olive Baptist Church, located
three miles north of Bonifay on Hwy. 79.
8 p.m.-Narcotics Anonymous meeting, held at Blessed Trinity
Catholic Church in Bonifay.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at New Hope Vol
unteer Fire Station, located on Highway 2 in Holmes County.

FRIDAY, September 23
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon Library open.
9:30 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
10 a.m.-5 p.m.-Wausau Library open.
10:30-11 a.m.-Wausau Library preschool storytime.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located in Chipley) senior
lunches, for reservations call 638-6217, donations accepted.
8 p.m.-AlcoholicsAnonymous open meeting, held at Presbyterian
Church in Chipley.
SATURDAY, September 24
CLOSED: Wausau Library.
8 a.m.-12 noon-Holmes County Library open.
9 a.m.-12 noon-Vernon Library open.
9 a.m.-12 noon-Chipley Library open.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at Bethlehem Ma
sonic Lodge, located on Hwy. 177 in Holmes County.
SUNDAY, September 25
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held in the board room
at Graceville Hospital in Graceville.
4-6 p.m.-Conversational English classes for internationals,
MONDAY, September 26
CLOSED: Holmes County Library, Vernon Library, Wausau
Library.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located in Chipley) senior
lunches, for reservations call 638-6217, donations accepted.
6:30 p.m.-Bonifay City Council meeting.
6:30-8:30 p.m.-Conversational English classes for internationals.
1"1ld ' t Shiloh Baitist Church. Contact church office, 638-1014 or,. ,
Karma Cook, 638-8418.
7 p.m.-Vernon City Council meeting.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, Blessed Trinity Catholic
Church, located on Hwy. 177A, Bonifay.
TUESDAY, September 27
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
9:30 a.m.-4 p.m.-Wausau Library open.
7 a.m.-Holmes County Chamber of Commerce breakfast
11 a.m.-Washington Council onAging (located in Chipley) senior
lunches, for reservations call 638-6217, donations accepted.
12 noon-Chipley Kiwanis Club meeting.
6:30-Washington County Republican Party meeting held at 794
Third Street in Chipley.
7:30 p.m.-Wausau Masonic Lodge meeting.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous closed meeting, held at Presby
terian Church in Chipley.









6A, Washington County News, Wednesday, September 21, 2005

Tri-County provides community transportation


Tri-County Community
Council, Inc. provides non-
emergency transportation
to medical appointments
and referred destinations
on the following days.
Times shown are the actual
time in that area, please ar-
range your appointments
within these time frames.
Marianna Tuesday and
Thursday 9 a.m. to 12
p.m.


Habitat roast
Habitat for Humanity
of Washington County is
planning its third-annual
Celebrity Roast. This
year's roast will feature
Gary Clark, with Emory
Wells as master of
ceremonies. The event
will be held on Thursday,
September 29, at the
Washington County Agr
Center beginning at 6 p.m.
Tickets are $20.
Habitat for Humanity
works in partnership
with God and people
everywhere, from all
walks of life, to develop
communities with God's
people in need, by building
houses so that there are
decent homes in decent
communities.
To reserve tickets, call
Debbie McCrary at 638-
9343 or 638-4436, or
Zena Corbin at 638-1503
or 638-8987. Tickets may
be picked -up at Ridley's
Town & Country Builders,
Chipley Gun & Pawn,
ERA Chipola Realty, or at
the Chamber office.
*Habitat for Humanity
Washington County plans
to have a workday on Sat-
urday, Sept. 10 beginning
at 7 a.m. The home is lo-
cated at 768 Iona Street in


Panama City Monday
through Friday 9 a.m. to
12 p.m.
Dothan Monday,
Wednesday, and Friday 9
a.m. to 12 p.m.
All routes are coordinat-
ed and a 24-hour advance
reservation is required and
next day appointments
need to be in by 12 p.m.
the previous working day.
Medical trips to De-


Chipley. Anyone wishing
to help is welcome, wheth-
er it be for one hour or all
day. Any help is greatly
appreciated. Lunch will be
provided. For information,
call 638-4436.

Food distribution
Save the Children
Christian Center will dis-
tribute food in Washington
County from 10:30 a.m. 2
p.m., on Sept. 22 and 23, at
the Center located at 805
N. Main Street in Chipley.

Bood needed
Southeastern Commu-
nity Blood Center's goal is
to make sure enough blood
is processed and ready to go
to help local families and as-
sist our neighbors affected by
Hurricane Katrina, if the call
for blood is received.
SCBC is issuing an appeal
for blood donors.
For more information on
saving lives through blood
donation contact South-
eastern Community Blood
Center's Marianna Branch
at 2944 Penn Avenue,
Suite M at 850-526-4403.
Visit SCBC's website at
scbcinfo.org.
The Marianna Branch
is open Monday Friday,
I I I .,


funiak Springs, Geneva,
Crestview, Niceville, Fort
Walton, and Fort Rucker
can be scheduled.
Out-of-area trips to
Gainesville, Lake City
Montgomery, and Bir-
mingham will be coor-
dinated with Walton and
Washington counties.
Stretcher service is also
available and coordinated
through the agency. Local


from 9 a.m.-6 p.m.

Community
classes
The North Florida Safety
Council has announced the
availability of classes for
the community to be held
in their Marianna office,
located at 2944 Penn. Ave.
*September 27 CPR
class starts at 6 p.m. and
is $20 per person. Groups
are welcome. Please call
and pre-register with the
Marianna office at (850)
482-5523.
*September 28 First
Aid class starts at 6 p.m. and
is $20 per person. Groups
are welcome. Please call
and pre-register.

Holmes County
Fair and
Livestock Show
The annual Holmes
County Fair and Live-
stock Show is coming up
Ocotber 25-29 at the Hol-
mes County Fairgrounds
at 3085 Sandpath Road
in Bonifay. The Fair is
sponsored by the Holmes
County Fair Association
and the Florida Depart-
ment of Agricuture.
, Gates will open Tuesday


trips are available.
For a round-trip of eight
miles or less, the cost is
$5. An additional charge
of $2.50 is added for each
four-mile increment. Lo-
cal trips must be called in
advance.
For more information
call Cyndi Jackson at
(850) 547-3688, Monday
- Friday from 8 a.m. 4:
30p.m.


through Friday at 5 p.m.,
with the midway show
strating at 6 p.m. Gates
and the midway open at
noon on Saturday.
Gates open on Tuesday,
October 25 at 5 p.m. The
grand opening ceremony
begins at 7:30 p.m. Door
prizes will be awarded
every day.
Admission is $3 aduts
and $2 for children ages
six to 12 years. Children
under six are admitted free.
For more information, call
Extension at 547-1108.


THE WASHINGTON COUNTY
RECYCLING CENTER
Is Open The
2nd Saturday Of Every Month
From 7:30 a.m.-12 Noon.
For More Information, Call 638-6264

NOTICE OF ELECTION
TOWN OF CARYVILLE
The Town of Caryville General Election for
Council Seat No. 3 will be held at the Town
Hall, 4436 Old Spanish Trail, on Tuesday,
October 4, 2005. The poll will open at 7:00
a.m. and close at 7:00 p.m., CST.
All town residents within the town limits
of Caryville, who were registered to vote by
September 6, 2005 are eligible to vote in this
election regardless of where you live in the
Town.
Town election are non-partisan and political
party affiliation does not apply.
Please contact Jewette Tadlock, Town
Clerk at (850) 548-5571 should you have
any questions or need other information
regarding the upcoming town election.
'PLEASE VOTE


NOTICE OF PROPOSED



TAX INCREASE


The City of Vernon, FL has tentatively adopted

a measure to increase its property tax levy.



Last year's property tax levy:

A. Initially proposed tax levy............. $26,843

B. Less tax reductions due to Value Adjust-

ment Board


and other assessment changes ....... $


7


C. Actual property tax levy................ $26,836

This year's proposed tax levy:......$28,650

All concerned citizens are invited to a public

hearing on the tax increase to be held on

Monday, September 26, 2005

7:00 P.M.

at

2996 Main Street

Vernon, FL 32462

A FINAL DECISION on the proposed tax in-

crease and the budget will be made at this

hearing.


BUDGET SUMMARY

CITY OF VERNON

FISCAL YEAR 2005-2006

Millage per $1,000
General Fund 2.5143
THE PROPOSED OPERATING EXPENDITURES O F THE CITY OF VE RNON ARE 57.9% MORE THAN
LAST YEAR'S TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES


Cash Baae Fomnded:
Advalorem Taxes
Sales & Use Taxes
Franchise Fees
Public Safety/Fire Protection
O national License
Utily Taxes
Misellaneous
Parks & Recreation
Interest Earned
CDBG
SRF
DSCG
WaterSewer/Garbage Revenue


Total Revenue & Oter

Grand Total

Expendatures/Expenss
Financial & Adminisrative
Public Safety/Fire Dept
Streets
Library
Parks & Recreation
CDBG
State Revolving Funds
DSCG
Water/Sewer/Garbage Expense

Total ExpendtureExpense
Reserves

Total Appropriated
ExpenditureslExpenses


General Fund

$ 14,04720
26,843.00
129,781.00
20,000.00
32,603.00
450.00
50,000.00
1,410.00
47,500.00
550.00


Special Revenue
Fund
$ 114,784.6


Enterprise Fund Total Budget


157,90s86


4,108,851.05
750,000.00


243,699,00


S 418,737.62
26,843.00
129,781.00
20,000.00
32,603.00
450.00
50,000.00
1,410.00
47,500.00
550.00

4,108,851.05
750,000.00
243,899.00


$ 309,137.00 4,858861.05 $ 243,699.00 411,687.05

$ 456,18420 $ 4,973,636.61 $ 401,604.86 $ 5,830,424.7


81,605.32
84,093.88
174,520,84
10,616.88
53,300.08


6,600.00
4,217,035.61
750,000.00


343,699.00


$ 404,137.00
$ 51,047.20


4,973,638.61 343,6.00
57,905.86


S 455,184.20 $ 4,973,635.61


81,605.32
84,093.88
174,520.84
10,616.88
53,300.08
8,600.00
4,217,035.61
750,000.00
343,699.00

$ 5,72101.61
$ 108,953.06


401,604.86 $ 5,830,424.67


THE TENTATIVE, ADOPTED, AND/OR FINAL BUDGETS ARE ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE ADOVE
MENTIOIND TAXING AUTHOR AS A PUBIC RECORD.


NOTICE OF

BUDGET HEARING
The City of Vernon, FL has tentatively adopted a budget
for 2005-2006. A public hearing to make a FINAL
DECISION on the budget AND TAXES will be held on:
Monday, September 26,2005
At
City Hall
2996 Main Street, Vernon, FL
at
7:00 P.M.

ALL CONCERNED CITIZENS ARE INVITED TO ATTEND.


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Wednesday, September 21, 2005, Washington County News, 7A


Grier fund-raiser
Fund-raising efforts are
underway for a Holmes
County High school stu-
dent with a brain tumor.
Her name is Chelesea Grier
and she is 16 years old and
has lived in Bonifay for
five years and in the sur-
rounding area for 16 years.
She is to have brain sur-


gery on September 28 and
the docotrs believe there is
a possibility that it could be
malignant.
Her mother is a hard-
working single mom who
works hard to make a liv-
ing as a home health aid
and housekeeper for the
-Council on Aging. She is
going to have to take at
least a month or more off


from work with no other
form of income and friends
are trying to raise money to
help. There is an account
in the Bank of Bonifay for
donations
For information, call
LaRaine Sullivan, Home
(904) 284-5921; Cell (904)
504-6357, or Lila Grier,
Home (850)547-3498.


Grandparents look on as their grandchildren perform and entertain them at the
afternoon tea in Wanda Sapp's class.


Michael Shackelford poses with his
grandparents before the activities
get underway. Michael is a student in
Linda Wunderly's class.


Several first grade class-
es of Kate M. Smith El-
emenatry School recently
invited special visitors to
their classes.
In honor of Grandparents
Day, the first grade classes
of Wanda Sapp, Linda
Wunderly, and Sandi Wig-
gins invited their grand-


Guild for the Arts
Bonifay Guild for the
Arts, Inc. is now accepting
applications from those
who want to exhibit or
display their artwork in the
gallery.
They accept any media
including, ceramics, pho-
tographs, and sculptures.
Bonifay guild members
and students artworks will
be exhibited in the gallery
starting Sept. 26 Oct. 5,
Mon.-Fri., 10 a.m. 4 p.m.


Mackenzie Miles poses for a snapshot
with her grandmother, Cathryn Shores.
She is a first grade student in Sandi
Wiggins' class.


parents to an afternoon tea.
Grandparents were treated
to special memories, songs
the children sang, cards
they prepared, and special
stories that were read, fol-
lowed by refreshments.
Some grandparents trav-
eled from as far away and
Jacksonville and others


Artist Mark Dennison
from Pensacola will be
displaying his artwork at
the gallery from Oct. 24
- Nov. 14.
Fund-raiser
The Bonifay Fire De-
partment will hold its first-
ever pancake breakfast
fund-raiser and a barbecue
pork loin fundraiser Satur-
day, Oct. 8.
The breakfast will be
held from 6 until 10 a.m.
at the Bonifay Fire Depart-


Franklin benefit
A birthday benefit for Lavantes Jamar Franklin will
be held at 7 p.m. on Saturday, September 24, in the old
Chipley High School auditorium.
Admission is Free, and New Gulf Coast Community
Choir will be the featured entertainment.
Franklin, a Chipley resident and a 2003 graduate of
Chipley High School is a cancer survivor. He is 21 years
old and a father of a three-year old son. He was diag-
nosed with testicular cancer during his last year of high
school.
Although this illness postponed his efforts to become a
professional baseball player, it has not shattered his hope
of the future.
Since his original diagnosis he has undergone three
major surgeries and extensive treatment. After two years
of being in remission, the cancer has returned and is now
in his lungs.
Due to the extensiveness of his treatment and care, the
family would appreciate all prayers to secure his healing
as well as any financial assistance given.
An account has been set up at Regions Bank, and de-
posits can be made directly into the "Lavantes Jamar
Franklin Account." Any and all support will be greatly
appreciated.

Lt. David N. Fowler
Navy Lt. David N. Fowler, a 1983 graduate of Gracev-
ille High School, Graceville, F -., and his shipmates re-
turned from a summer underway period while assigned
to the aircraft carrier USS Kitty Hawk, forward deployed
to Yokosuka, Japan. Fowler and more than 5, 300 of his
fellow shipmates participated in exercises Talisman Sa-
ber 2005, the third annual Orange Crush and Joint Air
and Sea Exercise (JASEX) 2005. Fowler joined the Navy
in December 1985.

Friends of the Library book sale
The annual fall Friends of the Library book sale is
scheduled for Friday and Saturday, November 4 and 5 at
the historic library on Fifth street. If anyone has books
to donate to the sale, please call Linda Norton at the
Chipley library, 638-1314, or Jane Potter at 638-0932
for assistance. All proceeds fund Friends projects for the
library in Chiplev.

A t


from South Florida.
When asked about the
long drive, the proud
Grandparents said they
wouldn't have missed it for
the world.
The children enjoyed
getting to serve their
grandparents the refresh-
ments.


ment. Takeout plates are
$5 each, all-you-can-eat
for those who dine in. Pro-
ceeds from the breakfast
will go to the BFD Toys for
Tots program.
To purchase a barbecue
dinner see any firefighter.
Proceeds from dinner will
be used to support fire-
fighter Brian Mannis in
his battle with cancer and
the BFD Toys for Tots pro-
gram. For more informa-
tion, call 373-7795.


CITY OF CHIPLEY
BUDGET SUMMARY
FISCAL YEAR 2005-2006
*THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF THE CITY OF CHIPLEY ARE
SEVEN PERCENT (7%) MORE THAN LAST YEAR'S TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES.

Mileage Per $1,000

General Fund 6.0000

DEBT CAPITAL
GENERAL SERVICE PROJECTS ENTERPRISE TOTAL
FUND FUND FUND FUNDS BUDGET

ESTIMATED REVENUES:
Ad Valorem Taxes Millage of 6.0000 $ 732,038.00 $ $ $ $ 732,038.00
Intergovernmental Revenue 1,942,556.00 135,235.00 730,000.00 0.00 2,807,791.00
Sanitation 0.00 0.00 0.00 510,000.00 510,000.00
Water 0.00 43,384.00 515,500.00 487,030.00 1,045,914.00
Gas 0.00 60,435.00 0.00 699,850.00 760,285.00
Sewer 0.00 275,940.00 1,100,000.00 692,810.00 2,068,750.00
TOTAL REVENUES AND OTHER
FINANCING SOURCES $ 2,674,594.00 $ 514,994.00 2,345,500.00 $ 2,389,690.00 $ 7,924,778.M

EXPENDITURES:
General Government $ 2,674,594.00 $ 135,235.00 $ 730,000.00 $ $ 3,539,829.00
Sanitation 0.00 0.00 0.00 510,000.00 510,000.00
Water 0.00 43,384.00 515,500.00 487,030.00 1,045,914.00
Gas 0.00 0.00 0.00 699,850.00 699,850.00
Sewer 0.00 275,940.00 1,100,000.00 672,810.00 2,048,750.00

TOTAL EXPENDITURES $ 2,674,594.00 $ 454,559.00 $ 2,345,500.00 $ 2,369,690.00 $ 7"4 .
Reserves 0.00 60,435.00 0.00 20,000.00 80,435.00
TOTAL APPROPRIATED EXPENDITURES
AND RESERVES $ 2674,594.00 S 514,994.00 S 2,345,500.00 S 2,389,690.00 $ 7,924,77.00

THE TENTATIVE, ADOPTED, AND/OR FINAL BUDGETS ARE ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED TAXING
AUTHORITY AS A PUBLIC RECORD.


A
4


---7-


IVISITORS AT


NOTICE OF PROPOSED



TAX INCREASE


The City of Chipley has tentatively adopted a

measure to increase its property tax levy.



Last year's property tax levy:

A. Initially proposed tax levy........... $718,547

B. Less tax reductions due to Value Adjust-

ment Board .

and other assessment changes .. $ 3,532

C. Actual property tax levy.............. $722,079

This year's proposed tax levy:.... $770,566

All concerned citizens are invited to a public

hearing on the tax increase to be held on

Monday, September 26, 2005

5:05 P.M.

at

Chipley City Hall-Council Chambers

1442 Jackson Avenue, Chipley, Florida

A FINAL DECISION on the proposed tax in-

crease and the budget will be made at this

hearing.













8A, Washington County News, Wednesday, September 21, 2005




National Guard celebrates 440th anniversary in Florida


The Florida National
Guard celebrated its 440th
birthday at the Guard's
Headquarters on Sept. 16.
Local Guard members
were among those cel-
ebrating, including those
on duty helping with
Hurricane Katrina relief.
National Guard Public Af-
fairs reported Monday that
more than 60 soldiers from
Charlie and Delta Compa-
nies (based in Chipley and
Bonifay respectively) 3rd
Battalion, 124th Infantry
Regiment, returned on
Sept. 15 from supporting
Hurricane Katrina opera-
tions in Mississippi.
There are more than 20
soldiers from the Marianna-
based 144th Transportation
Company currently sup-
porting Hurricane Katrina
Operations in Mississippi
by providing transporta-
tion and logistical support.
The celebration marked
the 440th anniversary
of the "First Muster" in
present day St. Augustine
when Capt. Pedro Menen-
dez gathered 50 civilian
settlers and formed a mi-
licia to defend the newly
founded settlement. Today
the Florida National Guard
traces its roots as citizen-
soldiers called to defend
their homeland.
The Mayor of St. Au-
gustine, George Gardner,
and County Commissioner


The celebration marked the 440th anniversary of the "First Muster" in present day St. Augustine when Capt.
Pedro Menendez gathered 50 civilian settlers and formed a milicia to defend the newly founded settlement.
Today the Florida National Guard traces its roots as citizen-soldiers called to defend their homeland.


Karen Ster, will read a
proclamation during the
retreat ceremony.
More than 12,500
Guardsmen are continuing
the tradition started Sept.
16, 1565, with nearly 2,000
are serving overseas in the
Global War on Terrorism
and more than 700 sup-
porting Hurricane Katrina
relief efforts.
While the National
Guard considers its official
birthday to be the forma-
tion of the Massachusetts
Bay Colony militia regi-
ment in 1636, St. Augus-
tine, Fla., was actually
the site of the first militia
muster in the United States
when the Spanish militia
met on Sept. 16, 1565.


More than 12,500 Guardsmen are continuing the
tradition started Sept. 16, 1565, with nearly 2,000 are
serving overseas in the Global War on Terrorism and
more than 700 supporting Hurricane Katrina relief
efforts.



Postal Service helps Katrina victims
The Postal Service wants to re-connect displaced and
evacuated Hurricane Katrina victims with their mail.
As it begins to restore mail delivery in areas where it is
safe to do so, the Postal Service is asking customers un-
able to receive delivery at their permanent address to file
a change of address.
The quickest and easiest method? Electronically.
Customers who can, should utilize the Postal Service's
Internet or Telephone Change of Address option. It's
quick, convenient, secure, and will start the process of
redirecting mail to your new address within 24 hours.
Electronic change of addresses can be filed online at
usps.com or by calling 1-800-ASK-USPS (1-800-275-
8777). Hurricane victims in areas without telephone
service or internet access should go to the nearest post
office, complete a change-of-address form, and submit it
to a postal Retail Associate at the counter or mail it it's
postage free.


No more clothes!
The Red Cross Shelter located at 1424 Jackson Avenue,
on Highway 90 in Chipley will no longer accept clothing
donations. Area second-hand shops are also advising that
they have an overabundance of clothing recently donated
to assist storm victims. WestPoint Home is also not ac-
cepting donations. Their truck has left for the hurricane
regions. It is advised that you call the local second-hand
stores before dropping off donated items to verify the
need. Monetary donations are still needed to assist vic-
tims with long term needs, like permanent housing. Send
any monetary donations to: The American Red Cross
Central Panhandle Chapter, 430 E. 15th Street, Panama
City, FL 32405. To contact the Red Cross by phone, call
1-850-763-6587 or 1-800-272-7206 or visit their website
at http-//www.centralpanhandle.redcross.org.


Prior to departing with a
contingent of regular sol-
diers to drive the French
from Fort Caroline on the
St. Johns River, Pedro
Menendez de Aviles mus-
tered the civilian settlers
that had accompanied him,
numbering about 50, into
the milicia to defend the
newly-founded settlement


of St. Augustine.
Throughout the years of
Spanish, English and U.S.
possession of St. Augus-
tine, citizen-soldiers of the
area formed to answer the
call to protect the home-
land.
Mayor of St. Augustine,
George Gardner, read a
proclamation recognizing


the 1565 first muster and
its contribution to defend
the lands of La Florida for
the Spanish Crown, keep-
ing guard over the City
of St. Augustine, and pro-
claiming the Florida Na-
tional Guard evolved from
various U.S. Army and Air
Force units to protect and
defend the citizens of Flor-


L A


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Notice Is hereby given, that Ken
Barfield FBO the holder of the
following certificate, has filed
said certificate for a Tax Deed to
be issued thereon. The certificate
number and year of Issuance,
the description of the property,
and the names In which It was
assessed are as follows:
CERTIFICATE NO.174 YEAR
OF ISSUANCE 00
Parcel# 00-0612-0003
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
Commence at the NW comer
of Section 2, Township 3 North,
Range 13 West, and run thence
S 89* 10'E a distance of 356.17
feet, to a point on the easterly
side of an unpaved county road,
and the POB, continue S 89
10'E a distance of 210.00 feet,
thence S 17 38'E a distance of
220.10 feet, thence N 89* 10'W


thence N00*16'36W. 998.11 feet
to a point on the North line of the
Southwest 1/4 of the Southwest
1/4 of said Section 25; thence
N89'23'34"E 673.00 feet to
the Point of Beginning of said
easement.
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED :
Michael & Bridget Jimmereon
Said property being In the county
of Washington, State of Florida.
Unless such certificated shall be
redeemed according to the law,
the property described shall be
sold to the highest bidder at the
courthouse door on October 13,
2005 at 10:00 AM.
Dated this 29 day of August
,2005
LINDA HAYES COOK
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
WASHINGTON COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA


a distance of 210.00 feet, thence BY J C Rogers, Deputy Clerk
N 17* 38'W a distance of 220.10
feet: Said property lying In the WARNING:THERE ARE UNPAID
NW 1/4 of NW 1/4 of Section TAXES ON PROPERTY WHICH
2, Township 3 North, Range YOU OWN IN WHICH YOU
13 West, Washington County, HAVE LEGAL INTEREST. THE
Florida, and containing one (1) PROPERTY WILL BE SOLD AT
acre, more or less. PUBLIC AUCTION ON October
13, 2005 UNLESS THE BACK
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED ,.AXESAREPAID TOMA R.
Audna Mae Orso .. RANGEMIENTS FOR PAY1ErNT.
OR TO RECEIVE FURTHER
Said property being in the county INFORMATION, CONTACT THE
of Washington, State of Florida. CLERK OF COURT IMMEDI-
Unless such certificated shall be ATELY AT PO. BOX 647 OR
redeemed according to the law, 1293 JACKSON AVE., SUITE
the property described shall be 101, CHIPLEY, FLORIDA 32428,
sold to the highest bidder at the OR TELEPHONE (850) 638-6008
courthouse door on October 13, EXT 225.
2005 at 10:00 AM.
AMOUNT TO REDEEM FOR
Dated this 29 day of August September $ $1,859.43 IN U.S.
,2005 CURRENCY ONLY.
LINDA HAYES COOK AMOUNT TO REDEEM FOR
October $ $1,887.43 IN U.S.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT CURRENCYONLY.
COURT
WASHINGTON COUNTY, FLOR- No Personal Checks Accepted.
IDA Cashier's Checks, Money Orders.
and Western Union are the only
BY: J C Rogers, Deputy Clerk other alternatives accepted.
WARNING:THERE ARE UNPAID As published in the Washlng-
TAXES ON PROPERTY WHICH ton County News August 31,,
YOU OWN IN WHICH YOU September 7, September 14,
HAVE LEGAL INTEREST. THE September 21,2005
PROPERTY WILL BE SOLD AT
PUBLIC AUCTION ON October
13, 2005 UNLESS THE BACK IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
TAXES ARE PAID. TO MAKE AR- THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
RANGEMENTS FOR PAYMENT CIRCUIT IN AND FOR WASH-
OR TO RECEIVE FURTHER INGTON COUNTY, FLORIDA
INFORMATION, CONTACT THE
CLERK OF COURT IMMEDI- CASE NO 67-05-CA-449
ATELY AT P.O. BOX 647 OR
1293 JACKSON AVE., SUITE WILLIAM SCHNEIDER, and
101, CHIPLEY, FLORIDA 32428, TERRI SCHNEIDER, husband
OR TELEPHONE (850) 638-6008 and wife,
EXT 225.
O FR Plaintiffs.


AMOMUNI IT RCEDEM FOn
September $ 1.661.06 IN U.S.
CURRENCY ONLY.
AMOUNT TO REDEEM FOR
October $1,686.08 IN U.S. CUR-
RENCY ONLY.
No Personal Checks Accepted.
Cashier's Checks, Money Orders,
and Western Union are the only
other alternatives accepted.
As published in the Washing-
ton County News August 31,
September 7, September 14,
September 21,2005
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given, that Ken
Barfield the holder of the fol-
lowing certificate, has filed said
certificate for a Tax Deed to be
issued thereon. The certificate
number and year of Issuance,
the description of the property,
and the names in which it was
assessed are as follows:
CERTIFICATE NO. 109
YEAR OF ISSUANCE 00
Parcel # 00-0405-0000
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
A parcel of land lying In the
Southwest 1/4 of the Southwest
1/4 of Section 25, Township 1
North, Range 13 West, Wash-
ington County, Florida, being
more particularly described as
follows:
Commence at a 6"X6" St. Joe
Paper Company concrete monu-
ment, said monument being
the Southwest corner of said
Section 25, thence NOO'00'06"
E along the West line of the
Southwest 1/4 of said Section
25, a distance of 331.61 feet to
the Point of Beginning; Thence
continue NOO00~06"E along said
West line, 331.61 feet; Thence
N8941'06"E, 663.72 feet to a
point that Is S8941 '06"W 663.73
feet from the East line of the
SW 1/4 of the SW 1/4; Thence
S0016'36"E, 331.60 feet to a
point that Is S8941 '06"W 665.33
feet from the East line of the said
SW 1/4 of the SW 1/4: thence
S89'41'06"W, 6885.33 feet to the
point of, beginning. Subject to an
easement for Ingress and egress
over the East 12.50 feet thereof.
Together with: A 25.00 foot wide
easement for Ingress and egress
lying In the Southwest 1/4 of the
Southwest 1/4 of Section 25,
Township 1 North, Range 13
West, Washington County, Florida
being more particularly described
as follows:
Begin at the Northeast corner
of the Southwest 1/4 of the
Southwest 1/4 of jald Seotion
26; thence 800'33'13"W along
the East line of the Southwest 1 /4
of the Southwlst 1/4 of said Sec-
tlon 26, a distance of 25,.00 faet;
thence 880923'34"W, 044,12 feet;
thence s00'10'3 "E, 973.24 feet;
thence e8941 '0"W, 25,.00 feetl


vs.
SYDNEY E. KLINE, and RHODA
F. KLINE,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: SYDNEY E. KLINE and
RHODA F. KLINE, 5597 Semi-
nary Road 814-S, Falls Church,
VA 22041
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to quiet title to the follow-
ing property In WASHINGTON
County, Florida:
LOT 13, BLOCK 468 OF SUNNY
HILLS UNIT 7, a subdivision
according to the Plat thereof, as
recorded in Plat Book 2, Pages
77-86 of the Public Records of
WASHINGTON County. Florida
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, f any, to
It on WADE MERCER, plaintiff's
attorney, whose address Is 4431
Lafayette Street, Marlanna, Flor-
Ida, 32446, on or before Oct. 7,
2005, and file the original with the
clerk of this court either before
service on Plaintiff's attorney or
Immediately thereafter, otherwise
a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In the
complaint.
DATED this 22 day of Aug.,
2005.
HON. Linda H. Cook
As Clerk of the Court
By: K. McDanlel
As Deputy Clerk
As published In the Washington
County News August 31, Sep-
tember 7,14, 21,2005.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR WASH-
INGTON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO 67-05-CA-448
SCHNEIDER FAMILY LLC
Plaintiff,
vs.
GEORGE WINSLOW a/k/a
GEORGE R. WINSLOW and
GLADYS WINSLOW a/k/a GLAD-
YS E. TUELKES,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: GEORGE WINSLOW s/
k/a GEORGE R. WINSLOW
and GLADYS WINSLOW a/k/a
GLADYS E. TUELKES, 14126
Sh ir Oak Apt, 2F, San Antonio,
Txes 78247
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that en
action to quiet title to the follow-
Ing property In WASHINGTON
County, Florida:


LOT 7, BLOCK 259 OF SUNNY
HILLS UNIT 2, a subdivision
according to the Plat thereof, as
recorded In Plat Book 2, Pages
28 through 37, of the Public Re-
cords of WASHINGTON County,
Florida
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses,
if any, to It on WADE MERCER,
plaintiff's attorney, whose ad-
dress is 4431 Lafayette Street,
Marianna, Florida, 32446, on
or before Oct. 7 2005, and file
the original withthe clerk of
this court either before service
on Plaintiff's attorney or Im-
mediately thereafter: otherwise
a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint.
DATED this 22 day of Aug.,
2005.
HON. Linda H. Cook
As Clerk of the Court
By: K. McDaniel
As Deputy Clerk
As published In the Washington
County News August 31, Sep-
tember 7, 14, 21,2005.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR WASH-
INGTON COUNTY, FLORIDA _.
CASE NO 67-05-CA-446
MARANATHA BAPTIST
CHURCH. INC.
Plaintiff,
vs.
GLEN F. OSMOND, and PATRI-
CIA K. OSMOND,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: GLEN F. OSMOND, and
PATRICIA K. OSMOND, 136
Meadow Gate Drive, Winnipeg,
Manitoba, Canada R2C 4G3
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to quiet title to the follow-
Ing property In WASHINGTON
County, Florida:
LOT 7, BLOCK 466 OF SUNNY
HILLS UNIT 7, a subdivision
according to the Plat thereof, as
recorded In Plat Book 2, Pages
77-86 of the Public Records of
WASHINGTON County, Florida
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses,
if any, to it on WADE MERCER,
plaintiff's attorney, whose ad-
dress Is 4431 Lafayette Street,
Marlanna, Florida, 32446, on
or before Oct. 7, 2005, and file
the original with the clerk of
this court either before service
on Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the complaint.
DATED this 22 day of Aug.,
2005.
HON. Linda H. Cook
As Clerk of the Court
By: K. McDanlel
As Deputy Clerk
As published In the Washington
County News August 31, Sep-
tember 7, 14, 21,2005.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR WASH-
INGTON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO 67-05-CA-445
THOMAS E. LEVINER and his
wife, BLENDA LEVINER.
Plaintiff,
vs.
ANNIE KNAPP, TRUSTEE OF
THE ANNIE KNAPP REVO-
CABLE TRUST,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: ANNIE KNAPP, TRUSTEE
OF THE ANNIE KNAPP RE-
VOCABLE TRUST, 4808 29th
Avenue Drive West, Bradenton.
FL 32505
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to quiet title to the follow-
ing property In WASHINGTON
County, Florida:
LOT 18, BLOCK 422 OFSUNNY
HILLS UNIT 7, a subdivision
according to the Plat thereof, as
recorded In Plat Book 2, Pages
77-86 of the Public Records of
WASHINGTON County, Florida
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses,
If any, to It on WADE MERCER,
plaintiff's attorney, whose ad-
dress Is 4431 Lafayette Street,
Marianna, Florida, 32446, on
or before Oct. 7, 2005, and file
the original with the clerk of
this court either before service
on Plaintiff's attorney or Im-
mediately thereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint.
DATED this 22 day of Aug.,
200.
HON. Linda H. Cook
As Clerk of the Court
By: K, MoDaniel
Ai Deputy CIrk
As published In the Washlngton
County Newi August 31, 8sp
tembf?7, 14,21,R006.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, Legal Advertisement
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIR- LINDACOOK
CUIT IN AND FOR WASHING- The Washington County School CLERK OF COURT
TON COUNTY, FLORIDA Board Is accepting bids for By.K McDaniel
Integrated Telephone & Inter- As Deputy Clerk
CASE NO. 67-05-CA-100 com Systems for Vernon High
School. As published In the Washington
CITY OF CHIPLEY, oo County News September 7, 14.
Plaintiff, The approved bidder shall be a 21,28,2005
single provider supplying eam-
vs. less Integrated VolP telephone
& Intercom system, as well as PUBLIC NOTICE
REGINA JOYCE MCKNIGHT, CATV headend and distribution
Defendant system connected to a multi- NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
media delivery system controlled ON APPLICATION
NOTICE OF ACTION vi web schedulerand infrared FOR SPECIAL EXCEPTION TO
playback. THE WASHINGTON
TO:REGINA JOYCE MCKNIGHT COUNTYlLANDDEVELOPMENT
4091 East Railroad Avenue Bids are to be sealed and marked CODE(LDC)
Cocoa, Florida 32926 "Bid for Integrated Telephone
& Intercom Systems for High A public hearing will be held by
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED School,Bid# 05-02anddelivered theWashingtonCounty Planhing
that an action has been filed or mailed to Joe Taylor, Coordi- Commission at 5:00 PM or as
against you in the Circuit Court nator of Facilities, Washington soon thereafter as possible on
of the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit, County School Board, 652 Third October 4, 2005 at the County
In and for Washington County, Street, Chipley, FL 32428 by Commissioners Board Room,
Florida, for foreclosure of the 2 PM, on or before October locatedat1331South Boulevard,
following real property: 3,2005. Chipley, Florida to consider and
A parcel of land situated South receive public input concerning
40' of Lot 9, in North one half of The Washington County School anpplicaonforSpecial Excep-
Northeast one quarter, Block 2, Board reserves the right to ac- ton Te VIII as defined by the
Section 4, Township 4, Range cept or reject any/or all bids. WashtonCounty Land Devel-
13. as per plat on file In the Office Bids are not to include any state opment Code( ) andappled
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, or federal taxes. for by Mtch Dever, Attorney, on
Washington County, Florida, in behafofTheVemon Evangelistic
plat book CR 143, Page 754; An Equal Opportunity Employer Church, the prertowner. This
and you are required to serve a Reasonable accommodations Special Exception Igranted w
copy of your written defenses to are made for applicants as well allow for the development and
1. any. to Snela Diane Engum. as employees operation of Cemeery inn area
Esaure PO Box 237. Vemr ... designated tor Public/a-Pub-
.r- 0.' a -3; ;. .i..n thir A r e *r fl ,; .r W.S nt-I r Il l itifruuio.-.al .l.-.'*L '- .
.d.ys Irom the first =*.eII. .'C.n ri%^ !aB .3 -r *- W IW.>
Icaton ano hab me original wth 17.. 2 24. 25
the Clerk of this Court either Legal Description of Parcel:
before service on Plaintiff's at- COMMENCEAT THE NW COR-
tomey or immediately thereafter, NER OF THE SW F SE
otherwise, a default will be en- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT O OF SEC 35 TN R15W WASH-
tered against you for the relief THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL O F SEC 35 T3N R1 WA
demanded In the Complaint. CIRCUIT IN AND FOR WASH- INGTON COUNTY FLORIDA,
INGTON COUNTY FLORIDA THEN S 0 DEC 22 MIN 41 SEC
E ALONG THE W BOUNDARY
WITNESS my hand and seal C NO.67 -CA270 UNEOFSAIDSWOFSEFOR
of this Court on the 3 day of CASE NO. 6705CA DISTANCE OF 81 FTTHEN S
June, 2005. DONALD J FLOOD 89 DEG 36 MIN 11 SEC E FOR
PIFF 289.50 FT THEN N 00 DEG 22
LINDA H. COOK PL I MIN 41 SEC W FOR 21.50 FTTO
Clerk of the Circuit Court AN IRON ROD THEN S 89 DEC
41 MIN 51 SEC E FOR 36.47 FT
By: K. McDaniel RICHARD MEYERS and ANITA TO AN IRON ROD SAID IRON
As Deputy Clerk S. MEYERS, ROD BEING THE POINT OF
Defendants. BEGINNING, THEN CONTINUE
As pubiished in the Washington S 89 DEG41 MIN 51 SEC E FOR
CountyNewson September 7 NOTICE OF ACTION 182 FT TO IRON ROD, THEN S
14, 21, 28, 2005. 0 DEG 22 MIN 41 SEC E FOR
LEGALDVERTSEMENT TO: ANITA S. MEYERS 250 FT TO IRON ROD THEN N
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT 89 DEG 41 MIN 51 SEC W FOR
The Washington County District YOU ARE NOTICED that an ac- 491.12 FT TO IRON ROD SET
School Boardwillaccept bids on tion for brech of contract and ONTHE ELYR/WUNEOFSTATE
a New Lowboy Traler. SpecIfica- specific performance on the fol- HWY 79 THEN N 0 DEC43 MIN
tons are avaible at the school lowing described property: 51 SEC W ALONG SAID RW
board office, 652 Third Street LINE FOR 30 FT TO IRON ROD
Chipley, Florda.Bids will be ac- Sunny Hills, Lot 31, Block 226, THEN S89 DEG 41 MIN 51 SEC
ceptednolaterthan 10:00A.M., Unit 7, Washington County. EFOR309.31 FTTO IRONROD,
October 5, 2005, in the School Florida THEN N 0 DEG 22 MIN 41 SEC
Board office and will be award at WFOR220FTTOTHEPOINTOF
the October Board meeting. Mall has been filed against you in the BEGINNING..
or bringbidsIn asealedenvelope Crcut Court of the Fourteenth
marked "Sealed Bids for New Judicial Circuit, in ad for Wash- Contains 1.26 Acres more or
Lowboy Trailer. Bid #0419 t Ington County Florida, In Case less.
the aboveaddress.The School No. 67-05-CA-270 styled Don-
or reject any or sl bids. aid J. Flood, Plaintiff v Richard Information concerningthispro-
or eiect any Waor Meyers and Anita S. Mayers, posed development and Ap-
As published In the Washington Defendants, andyouarerequired plication for Special Exception
County News on September 14 to serve a copy of ouwritten are available for review at the
21,2005 defenses f any, to t on Donald Washington County Planning
W. Scarett, Jr., Esq., attorney Commsalon Officeat1331 South
for Plaintiff, whose address Is Boulevard, Chlpley, Florida, and
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR 2940 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, at the Vernon City Hal, Vemon,
WASHINGTON COUNTY FLOR- Florida, 34239, on or before Nov. Florida.
IDA 8, 2005, a date which is not less
PROBATE DIVISION than 28 nor more.than 60 days A verbatim record of these pro,
after the first publication of this ceedings will not be kept. It
File No.: 67-05-CP-139 notice n the Washington Coty shall bethe responsibility of any
Division: Probate News, and file the original with person deciding to appeal any
visionProbte the Clerk of this Court either decision made by Washington
IN RE: ESTATE OF before service on Plantffs at- Countywthrespecttoanymatter
tomey or Immediately thereafter; conslered atthispubic hearing,
JEFFERSON NEWTON BROCK otherwise, a default will be en- toinsurethataverbatimrecordof
tared against you for the relief the proceedings is made.
Deceased. demanded In the Complaint.
As published In theo Washngton
NOTICE TO CREDITORS WITNESS my hand and the County News September 21.
(Summary Administration) seal of this Court this 24 day of 2005
Aug., 2005.
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING Aug., 2005.
CLAIMSORDEMANDSAGAINST UNDACOOK
THE ABOVE ESTATE: CLERK OF COURT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
You are hereby notified that an By: K McDanel THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
order ofSummaryAdministration ADutCekTHE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
has been entered in the estate A DeputyCIRCUIT IN AND FOR WASH-
of Jefferson Newton Brock, de- INOTN COUNTY. FLORIDA
ceased, File Number 67-05- As published in the Washington NTON CONT FLORIDA
CP-139, by the Circuit Court County News September 7, 14, CASE NO.67-05-CA-270
for Washinton County, Florida, 21,28,2005
Probate Division, the address DONALD J. FLOOD,
of which Is 201 West Jackson PLAINTIFF
Avenue, Chlpley, Florida 32428;:
thatthedecedent'sdateofdeath IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF -VS
was November 9, 2004; that the THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
total value of the estate s not n CIRCUIT IN AND FOR WASH- RICHARD MEYERS and ANITA
excess of $75,000.00 and that the INGTON COUNTY, FLORIDA S. MEYERS,
names and addresses of those to S. MEYERS,
whom It has been assigned by AS 67-05-CA-270 Defendants.
such order are:
suchorderare: NOTICE OF ACTION
Name DONALD J. FLOOD.
PLAINTIFF, TO: ANITA S. MEYERS
Newton Brock -
-VS- YOU ARE NOTICED that anac-
A address tkin nfor I eaa f cOf oet o
Address RICHARD MEYERS and ANITA f peeomanceont .
2068 Pleasant Hll Road S. MEYERS, p log desnbedro ty:the
Bonifay, Florida32425 Defendants.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS NOTICE OF ACTION Sunny Hils, Lot 31, Block 226,
ARENOTIFIEDTHA NOTICEOFACTON Unit 7, Washington County,
All creditors of the estate of the O A S. M Florida
decedent and persons havingS EYERS
claims or demands against the has been filed against you in the
estate of the decedent other YOU ARE NOTICED that an ac- Circuit Court of the Fourteenth
than those for whom provisions tlon for breach of contract and Judlal CirMuftlI and for Wash-
Order of Summary admlnistra- lowingdescribed property: No. 6705-CA-270 styled Don-
tlon must file theCr claims withproperty 67-05-o
this court WITHIN THE TIME aid J. Flood, Plair" v Richard
PERIODS SET FORTH IN E Sunny Hills, Lot 31, Block 226. M rFlad Anita S. Meyfrd,
TION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA Unit 7, Washington County, De and you am requld
PROBATE CODE. Florida to sev copy of r written
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS defensesIf any, to ionon Don
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOR- has been filed against you Inthe W Scarett Jr Eq. attorney
EVER BARRED. Circuit Court of the Fourteenth for Plalntff, whose address q t
NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTH- JudicIal Circuit, in and forWash- 2940 P. Tamin ml "lwl, Sadenose
ER APPLICABLE TIME PERIOD J 2940 S. Tamlam Trail. Sarasota.
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2i ngton County, Florida, in Case Florida 34239%onorbefor Nov.
YEARS OR MORE AFTER TH No. 67-05-CA-270 styled Don- 8, 2005 a date which is not le
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH aid J. Flood, Plaintiff v Richard than 28 nor more than 6 days
IS BARRED. Meyer and Anita Myers, after the flrt publication of this
Defendants, and you are required notice in the Washington County
The date of first publcationofths to serve copy of your written Nws andfi
Notice Is September 14,2005. defenses, If any, to t on Donald theClerk of thisCourt either
W. Scarlett, Jr., Esq., attorney before service on Plaintlff's at
Attorney for Person Giving No- for Plaintiff, whose address Is toyo nrd t
tcs: 2940 S. Timlml rail, BaErsot~ t. & default will be 1-
onie K. Roberts Florida 34239,on or before Nov. t tej you for the reli
Attome .K. Ro2, a date whilh is not lsee demand In te Conplnt.
FlofIda Bsr No. 027611 than 25 nor morm than 60 days
402 North Oklahomas street after the first publication of this WINI my hdad nMdthlh
2Bonlfy od 248 nolte In Ilts Wauhlnhtonl County o o t thl y
Barila ol ihs 06 0as 4o
Tlepons: (80) 547.42 News, and file the rgInl wait1
the Clerk of Sthis Court lther~ .
Pason Giving Notce: before selvloa oh PIIfSIt'- LINO
Ne Iok tamey o8r tmelslytot O P
0 HPiellNHll HRoad ttdrile n lt y for hte rlelg
Oh lpey, loida 84dema Sed In the CoMipls nf.
As published In the Washl" nino
Nat,% g0 o 1 5e ,w, F0f0, r1.,2
^,fl~llS*&^ ^!Si !^ WiTj~myhinmdn* tuS^ IS1^
Cou^.w. Bn~pt"mbri4 .yj~ngj:~ itll. d~wt^ W Sg*'<1


ida and the United States.
providing assistance to the
victims of war, conflicts
and natural disasters, both
at home and abroad.
St. Johns County Cornm
missioner Karen Sterm
'provided comments of mnu
tual cooperation between
the county and the Guard. '
and expressed appreciation,
for the Florida National
Guard.
Just as troops formed
in 1565 to push out the
intruders at Fort Caroline.
the modem-day Florida
National Guard serves
around-the-world today in
the Global War on Terror
ism, in addition to support-
ing our homeland and our
neighbors when natural
disaster strikes.
More than 400 Soldiers
and Airmen are currently
across state borders in
support of Hurricane Ka-
trina recovery while nearly
2,000 troops are serving
primarily in Afghanistan
and Iraq.


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Wednesday, September 21, 2005, Washington County News, 9A

H Chipley Women's Club meets


One killed
Florida Highway Patrol reported that Sept, 10 an accident occurred on I-10, three miles West of Bonifay that
resulted in a fatality. Jason Allen Sapp, 20 of Brandon was driving a 2002 Honda east on 1-10 when his vehicle
traveled into the median. He apparently over-corrected causing the car to travel across the east-bound lanes
of traffic onto the south shoulder, where it hit a tree and overturned. He was not wearing a seat belt. Sapp was
transported to the medical examiner's office in Panama City by Peel Funeral Home of Bonifay.
,


Queens social held
Miss Holmes County Jacqueline Don and Little Miss
Holmes County Mikayla Lawlor hosted a "Holmes
County Queens Social" for the National Peanut Festival
Pageant Contestants Saturday, Sept. 3.
The event was held from 1 until 3 p.m. at the First
Baptist Church Annex in Bonifay. Queens from all over
the area attended. Some of those included Miss Hartford, \
Miss Chipley, Miss Bonifay, Miss and Little Miss Wash-
ington County, Little Miss Geneva County, Little Miss
Ozark, Little Miss Newton, Little Miss Ariton, Little -
Miss Poplar Springs, and others.
The event included games, good, and door prizes do-
nated by local businesses.
The National Peanut Festival Pageant will be held Oct.
21 and 22 at Dothan Civic Center.


By Carole Worley and John
P. Gardner, Jr.
On September 15, 2004
Investors Business Daily
reported a help desk worker
at a company that provides
credit reports pled guilty to
stealing information from
over 30,000 people, netting
thieves up to 100 million dol-
lars.,On the next day, the Wall
Street Journal said that if you
use a "computer to access
the Internet, your privacy
and your security are all in
jeopardy.
An international criminal
class of virus writers, hack-
ers, digital vandals and sleazy
business people wakes up
every day planning to attack
your computer."
Records at your local
Court House are public un-
less sealed by Court Order.
These include what you own,
what you owe, your social
security number, your birth
date, your drivers license
number and sometimes very
private divorce files. Some of
this information is included
on UCC forms filed when
you borrow money on a car
for instance, in deeds and
mortgages, on some leases
that are filed, etc., etc. Al-
most all public records are
being computerized and are
available on line to anyone.




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applied to has your social se-
curity number and birth date,
as does any company you
have ever applied to work for.
Every insurance agent and
company you have ever ap-
plied to has this information
as do the agents and com-
panies of any company you
have ever worked for.
Any company you have
ever borrowed money from
and your banking institutions
all have this information, not
to mention the utility com-
panies. There are companies
that aggregate information
from all these sources and
many more and the informa-
tion is for sale.
The question is, how can
all your most private infor-
mation be for sale. The rea-
son is you have given each
company, institution and
office permission to sell ev-
erything about you. Each of
us receives "Privacy Notices"
that tell us they are going
to sell and share everything
about us to whomever they
want, whenever they want.
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and request your info not be
sold to "Opt Out". The vast
majority of us simply filed
them thinking our privacy
was being protected. The no-
tices sometimes say they will
not sell "except as provided
by law" or except to their
"subsidiaries". My advice,
read the notices from now on
- there is an "Opt Out" proce-
dure for a reason.
What kind of informa-
tion is sold other than that
above mentioned? Virtually
everything about you; what
you watched on TV last night,
every page of every website
you visit each night, the drugs
you take, what and when and
where you buy your clothes,
your food, your preferences,
your habits. All collected
and sold with your permis-
sion because you have not
responded to privacy notices
for years.
The average American is in
50 separate databases, which
have collected information
about you. In the space we
have here we cannot possibly
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down to their "strange and
unusual habits." The begin-
ning of the solution is in the
recognition of the problem.
Next."identity theft comes
to work;" the responsibilities
and liabilities of business
owners in today's world.
For more information
contact Carole Worley 850-
638-4369.


Chipley Woman's Club
held its first meeting of
the club year on Sept. 14,
at the Woman's Club on
north Fifth Street.
Following the opening
ceremonies, in which offi-
cers and directors pledged
to work for the benefit of
the community, each club
member lit a candle to
indicate her support of the
club in the 2005-2006 club
year.
New member, Pat Salter
was introduced to the club
by membership chairman,
Liz Corbin, and welcomed
into the club.
Due to the vacancy in
the club's board of direc-
tors, an election was held
to fill the position of re-
cording secretary. Marcey
Black was elected to fill
the position.
Club members applaud-
ed member Mildred Farrior
as she presented a check to
the club to be used for
their Chipola scholarship
program. Club president,
Dorothy Clarke made the
presentation of a General
Federation of Women's
Clubs gold card signify-
ing 50 years' membership
in federated clubs, along
with a long-stemmed rose,
to Marjorie Sangaree. She
transferred to the Chipley
Woman's Club in 1964
after having been a mem-


ber of the Marianna Junior
Woman's Club since 1955.
The following club
events were announced;
Florida Federation of
Women's Clubs (FFWC)
District Two Fall Tour to
be held in Panama City
on Oct. 14, the Kirby Holt
Floral Design show on Oct.
27, the annual Christmas
Tour of Homes is sched-
uled for Dec. 4, and the
FFWC District two Arts
Festival will be hosted by
the Chipley Woman's Club
on Feb. 25.
A report on members
volunteer service at the Red
Cross shelter was given by
the club president. Meals.
gifts, and supervision at
the shelter were provided
by several members.
The monthly fund-raiser
for the benefit of Opera.
tion Smile, which finances
surgery for children who
suffer from facial defor
mities, brought generous
contributions from the
membership.
Delegates elected to go
to the FFWC Fall board
meeting in Orlando are;
Dorothy Clarke, presi.
dent, Elaine Chadwell.
president-elect, Liz Corbin.
vice president/membership.
Catherine Nelson, arts de.
apartment coordinator, and
Linda Anderson, home life
department coordinator.


Habitat work day
Habitat for Humanity of Washington County plans to
have a workday on Saturday, Sept. 24, beginning at 7
a.m. The home is located at 768 Iona Street in Chipley.
Anyone wishing to help is welcome, be it for one hour
or all day. All help is greatly appreciated. Lunch will be
provided. For more information call, 638-4436.

Help needed
Washington County Scholarship Trust Committee and
the Preserving Our Past Association are looking for folks
interested in helping make cornmeal, saw lumber, or just
help with old farm equipment at their annual shows.
:If you are interested in helping, or want moreinforma.-
tion, contact John Cook at (850)535-2426 or Cliff Gilbert
at (850)265-8708.

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Take Stock in
Children
Take Stock in Children
is a scholarship initiative
geared to children between
the sixth and ninth grades
who meet federal poverty
guidelines. Recipients are
selected by a group of lo-
cal educators, sponsors and
civic leaders.
Scholarships are
purchased by sponsors
through the Florida Pre-
paid College Program. The
scholarship guarantees the
child two years of junior
college tuition, followed,
by two years of tuition at
a state university. Students
have the option of choos-
ing a two-year vocational
program. While scholar-
ships promise a future, a
Volunteer mentor provides
Scare and encouragement
to help a child reach that
promise.
Students enrolled in the
program must stay drug-
and crime-free, do well in
their classes and follow
school policies. They sign
a contract promising to
do just that, among other
things.
Parents are charged to
support and encourage
their children's academic
success by developing
positive relationships with
teachers, mentors, Take
Stock in Children staff and
school administrators. In
other words, parents are
required to 'get involved'
in their children's' lives
and education.
Every cent raised by
North Central Panhandle
i _Education Foundation,
Inc.,- the local fund-raising
entity, stays in Washington
County to fund scholar-
ships, for Washington
County students and men-
tors that help pave the way
to academic and personal
S.. success. ..
Locally, a partnership
has been formed between
North Central Panhandle
Education Foundation, Inc.
and Washington County
District Schools.
Its objective is to pro-
vide scholarships to de-
serving county students,
! giving them a chance at a
real opportunity to make
a difference in their own
lives,
For more information
About how to participate
in this once-in-a-lifetime
opportunity, contact, Don
Walters, president .of the
Foundation and facilitator
for the local schoolsystemh
He can be reached at (850)
S527-9274.
For, additional informa-
tion about Take Stock in
Children, visit the website
i at www.takestockinchildre
n.com
r : Mentors needed
Mentors are needed.for
students in the Take Stock
In Children scholarship
..::i program. For' information,
call Sandy Solger at 638-
8318. .


Hu icanle Katrna:
relief effort
'.An American Red Cross
-. drop-off point for Humi-
cane Katrina relief has been
set up in the ERA Chipola
Realty parking lot located
at 846 5th St., (across from
NAPA), in Chipley. Any
type of non-parrishables,
.. .-cleaning supplies, hygiene
products, etc. Goods will
be collected until trailer is


: full. These products can
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The annual Chipley Kiwanis dinner theatre and variety show was held last week
night at Shiloh Baptist Church. A large audience enjoyed an array of different
music performed by local singers and some very special guests.


NWFCR Oct. 6-8 it


The Northwest Florida
Championship Rodeo is
on the way, October 6-8 at.
Memorial Field in Bonifay.
Here is some information
about this year's rodeo:
*Vendor applications for
the third annual RodeoFest
are available at the Ki-
wanis office in City Hall
in Bonifay. RodeoFest will
be held Friday, October
7, and Saturday, October
8 at the corer of Veter-
ans Boulevard and Depot
street across from Memo-
rial Field. Call the club at
850-547-5363.
*Applications are being
taken for the parades on
Friday and Saturday Octo-
ber 7-8. Fee is $7 one day,
$10 both days and $25 for
businesses and all floats for
both days. Go-karts, moto-
cylces and three-wheelers
are $7 for one day or $10
.for both days.
Both begin at 2 p.m.,
and this year's theme is
"Show Your Rodeo Pride
in. 2005." The parades will


begin at Piggly Wiggly and
will end on Veterans Boule-
vard. Lineup is at Bonifay
Elementary School no later
than 1 p.m. Deadline for
applications is September
30. A late fee of $5 will be
added to all entries after
the deadline date.
Entry forms may 'be
dropped off at the Kiwanis
office at City Hall or at
City Hall. Applications can
be faxed to 850-547-9014,
or mailed to Bonifay Ki-
wanis Club, PO Box 264,
Bonifay 32425. Numbers
will be given beginning at
10 a.m..
Each category will have
a first place ($200) and a
second place ($100 award.
The first four high-school
bands to register will get
$200. Call the club at 850-
547-5363.
The Kiwanis Club an-
nounces thattthB'N6rtthwest
Florida Championship
Rodeo Pageant is now
the official rodeo pageant
for the Northwest Florida


1 Bonifay
Championship Rodeo.
Kings and queens of this
pageant sponsored by the
HCHS Band Boosters will
have the option to use a
Dodge truck for both days
of the parade at the Rodeo
Each night. The only par-
ticipants in the Parade of
Queens will be winners of
the Rodeo Pageant. Trucks
will be reserved

Ken Holloway returns
Back by popular de-
mand is Ken Holloway.
Many requested that Ken
return after his performance
on Saturday at RodeoFest
2004. Holloway began his
career in the honky-tonk
bars of cajun country, and
was led to the Lord by his
wife, Connie. He didn't
lose his passion for country
music, however.
Holloway will perform
at RodeoFest on Saturday
at 6 p.m. Come out and
enjoy some good music
and great family fun for
all ages.


Science educators from
Chipola College and Jack-
son Academy of Applied
Technology have been
recognized by the Florida
Tech Prep Network for
developing a program to
teach students about sci-
ence by testing water qual-
ity in the Chipola River.
The innovative program
will be recognized later
this month at the National
Tech Prep Network Con-
ference in Orlando. Tech
Prep also will make a mon-
etary award to the Chipola/
JAAT project and feature
the work in the Tech Prep
Network Newsletter.
Phillip Smith, who
teaches Marine Biology
at Jackson Academy, said,
"This cooperative-learning
opportunity required stu-
dents to use critical think-
ing and problem-solving
skills while integrating
science concepts to solve a
real world problem."
Students in Chipola's
Secondary Science Educa-
tion program implemented
the river study with three
classes of high school
students from JAAT. The
Chipola students designed
field experiences in which
high school students
would conduct a research-
able question and use the
scientific method to study
water quality. Chipola stu-
dents researched various
measures of water quality
and reported implications
for environmental quality
and human health. College
students also developed
lesson plans and taught
high school classes on
scientific method and ex-


perimental design. JAAT
students and Chipola stu
dents made field trips to
sample water quality at
various sites along the river
and organized results into
tables and graphs. Finally,
Chipola's future teachers
developed tests to assess
the high school students
knowledge of the scientific
concepts that were studied.
Chipola science instruc.
tor Dr. 'Santine Cuccio.
said, "This experience
gave our student teachers
an opportunity to reflect on
their teaching of science.
technology and critical
thinking in accordance
with. the Florida Educator
Accomplished Practices."
Chipola science instruc-
tor Dr. Stephen Shimmel.
"This project helped in
structors to integrate sci
ence education methods
course with ecology lab.
environmental science
and marine biology. The
students were enthusiastic
as they took ownership of
the problem which they
designed through con.
struction of the research
able question."
Gary Latham, a for
mer JAAT teacher who
helped design the project.
said, "The project may be
repeated in future years
and the data added to the
research literature. Future
results may be compared
to assess any change in
water quality. Students
also may present the data
to a visiting member of
the Environmental Protec-
tion Agency who may be
interested in recording the
data."


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12A, Washington County News, Wednesday, September 21, 2005


Chipley Kiwanis
Club meets
SAt a recent meeting, the
Chipley Kiwanis Club
introduced Carole Worley
from Prepaid Legal Ser-
vices, Inc. Carole is an ex-
pert in Identity Theft and
actions to prevent Identity
Theft and procedures to
reclaim your identity if it
is stolen. She pointed out
that every person is a po-
tential victim of Identity
S Theft, which is the fastest
growing white collar crime
in the world.
She also summarized
some steps that everyone
can take to lessen the
chances of loosing your
identity and some steps to
reclaim your identity. "Re-
claiming your identity can
be extremely expensive-
both financially and time
wise" says Worley.
Kiwanis also introduced
their new member, Trevor
Cook. Cook is from Poplar
Springs and is working
at an engineering firm in
Chipley.

Price gouging
Those who suspect price
gouging during recent
storms should call the At-
torney General's hotline
at 1-866-966-7226, and
investigators will look into
the complaint.
J Florida law prohibits
extreme increases in the
price of such commodi-
ties as food, water, hotels,
ice, gasoline, lumber and
equipment needed as a di-
rect result of an officially
declared emergency.
Under Florida law, a
commodity's price is
unconscionable if it rep-
resents a "gross disparity"
from the average price of
that commodity during the
30 days immediately prior
to the declared emergency.
This applies unless the
increase is attributable to
additional'costs incurred
by; the seller or to national
or: :international market
trends.
Violators of the price
gouging statute are subject
to: civil penalties of $1,000
per violation, up to a total
of $25,000 for multiple
violations committed in a
single 24-hour period.
A new law enacted this
year criminalizes price
gouging and provides that
during a declared state of
emergency, any person
who offers goods and
services for sale to the
public without possessing
an occupational license
commits a second-degree
misdemeanor.

Free smoke
alarms offered
The Chipley Fire De-
partment is -offering free
smoke alarms to local
residents.
Applicants must stop by
the Chipley Fire Depart-
ment at 1430 Jackson Av-
enue and pick up a form to
request the smoke alarm.
Fill out the form and
return it to the fire depart-
ment. For more informa-
tion, call(850) 638-6301 or
fax (850) 638-6300.

Workforce help
for Katrina
victims
Across Florida, Agency
for Workforce Innovation
staff and its regional work-


force partners are assisting
Hurricane Katrina evacu-
ees from Louisiana, Mis-
sissippi and Alabama with
a wide range of employ-
ment and unemployment
assistance and other forms
of humanitarian aid.
Within Florida. assis-


tance is being provided in
the Regional Workforce
Boards' One-Stop Centers.
Evacuees can use the com-
puter resource rooms in the
Centers to file unemploy-
ment compensation claims
and access a variety of
other services. Displaced
workers can apply for as-
sistance to be provided
from federal agencies and
from their home states,
look for temporary work
here in Florida, prepare/
update resumes, and ac-
cess other needed services/
information provided on
the Internet. The One-
Stop Centers can also refer
evacuees to Red Cross and
FEMA resources. Evacu-
ees can locate the nearest
One-Stop Center by call-
ing the Employ Florida
toll-free number (866)
FLA-2345 or visiting
EmployFlorida.com.
To claim unemployment
benefits in impacted states:
*Alabama residents: 1-
866-234-5382; TYY/TDD
1-800-499-2035.
*Louisiana residents:
Internet unemployment
claims at www.laworks.net
or www.ldol.state.la.us.
Call 1-800-818-7811
(ONLY for Louisiana
residents who are filing for
unemployment benefits as
a direct result of Hurricane
Katrina.)
*Mississippi residents: 1-
888-844-3577
Early Learning and Pre-
Kindergarten Services:
The Agency for Workforce
Innovation encourages
families to contact their
local early learning co-
alitions to determine the
availability of childcare
and early learning services
for children of families
that haye eyacuated due to
from Hurricane Katrina.
Florida's Voluntary Pre-
Kindergarten program has
been opened to four-year-
old children who have
evacuated to Florida with
their families and they can
be enrolled without proof
of residency/age, due to
the likelihood of not hav-
ing that documentation.
Helpful information
for displaced Hurri-
cane Katrina victims in
Florida can be located
at www.myflorida.com,
which includes one-stop
information on the services
available for evacuees in
Florida and direct access
to relief organizations for
donating supplies, services
and funds.
Workforce information
and resources can be found
on AWI's disaster recov-
ery internet site at: http:
//www.floridajobs.org/
e m e r g en c y /
emergency.html

VFW news
VFW Post #10085 will
be holding a building fund
drive to raise money to put
a new roof on their build-


ing.
There will be a dance
on Saturday, Sept. 24,
from 6 p.m. 12 midnight.
Admission will be three
dollars per person. Enter-
tainment includes a DJ,
50/50 drawing, prizes, and
refreshments.
Help support the troops
and the local
*VFW Post #10085.
V.F.W. Post No. 10085
located on Highway 279
North of Vernon will be
accepting donations for
hurricane victims.
Bring all donations to
the Post on Saturday, Sept.
24, from 9 a.m. 3 p.m.
Donuts and coffee will
be available.
*V.F.W. Post #10085 will
hold a huge garage sale on
Saturday, September 24,
from 9 a.m. 3 p.m.
There is still space avail-
able. Rental space is only
$5, contact Al Keown at
535-0112. If you have
dogs, cats, or a horse to sell,
bring them at 12 noon.

Buildings sought
The Washington County
Historical Society is help-
ing Washington County
Grants Officer Stacy Webb
obtain buildings for the
Heritage Village planned
for Daniels Lake. Anyone
with an old building will-
ing to donate or sell it for
the project can call Doro-
thy Odom at 638-0358.

Donations being
taken in Bonifay
Donations of clothes,
personal hygiene products
and other items like those
being taken in Chipley
(above) can be dropped
off at the Holmes Cqunty
Farmers Market on Hwy.
90 next to the Ag Center.
Hours of operation are 9
a.m. to 6 p.m. seven days
a week.
The dropoff pont is
being managed by the
Holmes County Ministe-
rial Association, which
has already sent a load of
goods to the areas affected
by Hurricane Katrina.
Hurricane victims are
also welcome to come to
the Farmer's Market if
they need, anything.
For information, call
547-1112.

Cosmetology
The state Department of
Business and Professional
Regulation (DBPR) re-
cently announced that cos-
metology licensees who
have not completed all of
their required continuing
education hours for this
renewal period will not
be allowed to renew their
license. The renewal cycle
will close on October 31.
Licensees may view
education requirements
and compliance informa-
tion at


FLORIDA LIVESTOCK
MARKET REPORT.

For the week ending Sept. 15, 2005

At the Florida Livestock Auctions, receipts totaled
$14,944 compared to $764 last week and $954 a year
ago. According to the Florida Federal-State Livestock
Market News Service, no trends due to most markets
being closed last week.
Feeder Steers: Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. $154.00 205.00
300-400 lbs. $128.00 165.00
400-500lbs. $108.00- 135.00
Feeder Heifers: Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. $135.00 -170.00
300-400 lbs. $112.00 145.00
400-500 lbs. $105.00 122.00
Slaughter Cows: Lean,
750-1200 lbs. 85-90% $43.00 50.00
Slaughter Bulls: Yield Grade No. 1-2
1,000 2100 lbs. $57.00 68.00


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Morris selected as PAEC Employee of the Month


Pat Morris, a long-time
employee of the Panhandle
Area Educational Consor-
tium (PAEC), has been
selected as the agency's
employee of the month for
September.
Morris is manager of
PAEC's print shop, which
publishes large copy jobs,
brochures and booklets for
the consortium's 14 mem-
ber districts, upon request.
PAEC Executive Direc-
tor Paula Lovett Waller
recognized Morris at a
monthly staff meeting and
read from Morris' nomina-


tion.
About her customer ser-
vice, "Whatever you need,
Pat says it can be done
and then she helps figure
out how to make it happen.
What impresses me most is
how Pat never acts stressed
about last minute changes
or even errors on the part
of her customers. She just
makes it happen.
"When stressed cus-
tomers (like, me....) get
snippy under the pressure,
she stays calm and quiet,
which defuses the tension
everyone is feeling."


About Morris' job
knowledge, "She is cogni-
zant of safety issues in an
environment filled with
powerful machines that
can punch and cut through
flesh as easily as they do
paper.
"She knows how ink
will react on different pa-
per weights and surfaces
and can advise customers
based on this knowledge."
About her work ethics,
"She is determined to main-
tain print quality during
last minute changes. Rath-
er than do what is easiest


to get it out fast, she does
what is right and stays late
to get it out on time."
Morris is also a team
player. Her nominator said,
"Pat has the customer's
back because she has
PAEC's back.
"If something doesn't
look right, she asks rather
than let a possible error go
through."
Waller said, "Pat has
deverved this award since
we started recognizing em-
ployees of the month. I am
glad she is getting the rec-
ognition she deserves."


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Pat Morris, a long-time employee of the Panhandle
Area Educational Consortium is employee of the
month for September. PAEC Executive Director
Paula Lovett Waller recognized Morris.


Chipley native, Chipola grad

Ellis to speak September 29


Chipley native Cliff
Ellis, one of college
basketball's all-time most
successful coaches, will
return to his alma mater
Sept. 29 to speak to the
Chipola College Apprecia-
tion Club.
"It's entirely fitting that
one of the best college
coaches in history will
come back home to speak
to the members of one of
the most successful junior
college booster clubs in
America," said Apprecia-
tion Club President Robert
Trammell. "We look for-
ward to having a big crowd
to hear Cliff at our kickoff
meeting for the 2005-06
year."
Ellis' 534 victories rank
him 29th on the list of
all-time career coaching
victories in Division 1 bas-
ketball. He was national
coach of the year in 1999.at
Auburn University, when
his Tigers won 29 games
and captured the school's
first SEC championship in
40 years.
In 1990 he coached
Clemson to its only ACC
title and his South Ala-
bama teams won Sun Belt
Conference regular-sea-
son championships in
1979, 1980 and 1981. At
both Clemson and South
Alabama he holds school
records for coaching vic-
tories and he is the sec-
ond-winningest coach in
Auburn history.
After receiving degrees
from Chipola (AA) where
he was a member of the
golf team; and Florida
State University (BS), El-
lis began his coaching
career in 1968 in Niceville
- first at Ruckle Junior High
and later at Niceville High
School. He coached one
year at Ocala Vanguard
High and received his MS
degree from Middle Ten-
nessee State University be-


Chipley native Cliff El-
lis, one of college bas-
ketball's all-time most
successful coaches, will
return to his alma mater
Sept. 29 to speak to the
Chipola College Appre-
ciation Club.
fore beginning his college
coaching career in 1972 at
Cumberland University in
Lebanon, Tenn.
He coached at South
Alabama from 1975 to
1984, at Clemson from
1984-1994, and at Auburn
from 1994-2004.
"I look forward to visit-
ing with the Chipola Ap-
preciation Club," Ellis said.
"Their record of supporting
successful junior college
athletic programs is one
of the best in the country.
Chipola has always been
a winner and I'm proud
to have gotten my start
there."
The Sept. 29 meeting
will be held at the Mari-
anna home of Ronnie and
Kitty Myers, beginning
with a 6 p.m. social hour
followed by dinner at 7
p.m.
All current and prospec-
tive Appreciation Club
members are welcome to
attend.


WHTC fund-raiser
The Automotive Collision & Repair program at
Washington-Holmes Technical Center is refurbishing
a Buick LeSabre, which was donated to the WHTC
Foundation by Vicki Tanaka. The vehicle has
approximately 138,000 miles and is in excellent
working condition. The car will be sporting new
paint, head liner and seat covers when the project is
complete. The paint was donated by a local business
The LeSabre will be given away in December to
a lucky winner. To be eligible to win, make a $5
donation to the WHTC Foundation, which provides
scholarships to deserving students. The car will be
on display at local football games this fall. Tickets
can be purchased at the games or from any WHTC
Foundation member. For information, call (850) 638-
1180, ext. 302.


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2B, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, September 21, 2005


HCHS Class
of '59 meets
Members of the Holmes
County High School class
of 1959 will gather on Nov.
12 to celebrate their 46th
class reunion.
Help is needed to lo-
cate all the class members.
If you are a graduate of
1959, or have any infor-
mation about a graduate
from the class, contact
Franklin Forehand at
F4hand@aol.com.

CHS Class of '85
Members of Chipley
High School class of 1985-
will gather to celebrate
their 20th class reunion
during the weekend of
Homecoming 2005, sched-
uled for Nov. 4-5. Help is
needed to locate all of the
class members.


If you are a graduate
of the class of 1985, or if
you have any information
about a graduate from
that class, contact Te-
resa Enfinger Barfield at
tbarfield@wfeca.net.

Save The Children
Christian Center
Anyone interested in
helping children hospi-
talized with cancer in
Pensacola can save their
used postage stamps and
alummum soda can tabs
for Save The Children
Christian Center. They will
allow each child to remain
on their healing equipment
for an extra ten minutes.
Postage stamps and can
tabs can be dropped off at
805 Main Street in Chipley.
Miss Annie will turn them
into the redemption center
in Pensacola.


Everett reunion
The Everett family re-
union will be held Septem-
ber 25 at the Bethlehem
Methodist Church fellow-
ship hall starting at 10.
a.m. The church is located
just off Hwy. 177 north of
Bonifay.
All friends and relatives
are urged to attend and take
a well-filled basket, family
pictures, newspaper clip-
pings, or other informa-
tion to share with relatives.
Plates, utensils and ice will
be furnished.
For more information,
call Carl Everett at -547-
5855, or J. Peters at 547-
3756.

Swindle reunion
The Swindle family re-
union will be held on Sat-
urday, Sept. 24, beginning
at 10:30 a.m. at Lakeview


United Methodist Church
located on Hwy. 279 (Pate
Pond Rd.) south of Hwy.
280 (Douglas Ferry Rd.).
All relatives and friends
of the Uncle Bill and Aunt
Jane Swindle family are
invited to attend and take
lunch. Paper goods will be
provided.

Child ID
Vernon Masonic Lodge
is sponsoring free I.D.
cards from 9 a.m. noon.
Saturday, September 24, at
Vernon City Hall.
Identification cards in.
clude photo and fingerprint
and are available to parents
and caretakers of children
up to 18 years of age.
For more information.
please contact Donald
Smith at 373-8280 or
Johnny Worthington at
535-0310.


McCullers-Miller wedding
Lora May McCullers and Gregory Steven Miller were
united in marriage on Sept. 20 at Westville Community
Church. A reception followed the ceremony. The couple
now resides in Westville.

-.


Folmar 50th wedding anniversary
John and Mozelle Folmar of Seneca South Carolina
celebrated the 50th wedding anniversary on August 13,
at thd Keowee'Key Country Club of Salem.
STheir daughters, Beth Jones and Kay Folmar hosted
the celebration with a late-afternoon champagne recep-
tion followed by a sit down dinner. Guests included their
only grandchild, Matt Jones and wife Sarah, several
members of the original wedding party, and many other
friends and family.
The wedding took place on August 14, at the First
United Methodist Church in Chipley.


Pageant winner
Hollie Victoria Smith,
daughter of Tommy and
Kathi Smith of Chipley,
was crowned in the Dia-
mond USA, "Kutest" Little
Bratz, pageant (age 4-6)
on Saturday, Sept. 10 in
Panama City.
Each contestant was re-
quired to model in casual
wear and swim wear. In
addition to being crowned
queen, Holli received the
photogenic, best swim
wear, best casual wear,
and overall most beautiful
awards.
She will be competing
New arrival
Emma Leighawna Be-
craft was born on August
18. She weighed nine
pounds, two ounces and
was 20 and 3/4" long. Her
parents are Chris and Na-
kaela (Dedge) Becraft.
Emma's grandparents
are Kirby and Tricia Holt,
the late Doug Dedge and
Becky, and the late Earl Be-
craft. Her great-grandpar-
ents are Molly and Lonnie
Morris, and Shirley Dedge.
Great-great-grandmother
is Alene Tiller-Gray.


in the Diamond USA Na-
tional pageant to be held
sometime in 2006.


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Factory Warranty
WAS $20,985

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Kent reunion
The Kent reunion will be held on Sunday, Sept. 25,
at the pavilion at the Kent cemetery located three miles
southwest of Alford. Everyone is invited to attend be
sure to take a well filled basket, lunch will begin about
12:30 p.m. For more information, contact Annie Merle
(Kent) Toole.


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Wednesday, September 21, 2005, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 3B


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Winners of the Tiny Miss division of the 2005 Northwest Florida Rodeo Pageant
were, left to right, most photogenic, Destiny Justice; 2004 Queen, Kaylee Raines;
Tiny Miss Rodeo, Jesse Skinner; second runner-up, Makenzy Cooey; and first
runner-up Cassidy Brown.


Winners of the Littlest Rodeo King were, left to right, most photogenic and second
runner-up, Ian Vaughn Messer; Littlest Rodeo King, Braeden Raper; and first
runner-up, Holden James Powell. Other contestants were Logan Elijah Chitty
and Aydan Tate.


Winners of the Littlest Rodeo Queen division are, left to right, 2004 Queen, Melea Winners on the Little Rodeo King division are, left to right, most photogenic and
Kirk; first runner-up, Skye Kennedy; Littlest Rodeo Queen and most photogenic, second runner-up Jesse Tyler Lee; Little Rodeo King, Samuel Jared Harcus; first
Jasmine Paige Shiver; and second runner-up Kylie Bush. runner-up, Zachary Cook.


Wagon train in
Pine Log
Kick off rodeo weekend
in Pine Log on Oct. 5. A
wagon train will arrive,
after lunch. Food will be
served beginning at 4')30"
p.m. Chicken plates are
$5. A dance will be held at


8 p.m. Cost is $5 a person.
Everyone is invited to at-
tend. Bring the family for
a fun-filled evening.

Worm Fiddlin'
Festival -
Caryville will hold a
fund-raiser on Saturday,


Sept., 24 at the Caryville
ball park on Hwy. 279
South.
The annual Worm Fid-
dlin' Festival will be in full
swing with loads of fun
and family entertainment.
There will be a worm fid-
dling contest, cake walk,
fishing booth, horse shoe


pitching, horse and buggy
rides, an auction, car show,
sack races, arts and crafts,
fish fry, beauty pageant,
motorcycle parking, and
Mrs. Ruby's Country
Store.
Literacy "Volunteers of
Washington County, Inc.
will have an information


booth at the ball park site
to share what they have to
offer at the Caryville Li-
brary and Literacy Center.
SFestivities will begin
at 9 a.m. All vendors are
welcome. For more infor-
mation, call the Caryville
Town Hall at (850)548-
5577.


TO
ADVERTISE
CALL
638-0212
OR 547-9414


Little Miss
Watermelon
Sidney Taylor Johns is
the reigning Little Miss
Watermelon. She is the
daughter of Brooke Johns
of Graceville. She is the
granddaughter of Wanda
Langford of Bonifay and
Stanley and Maria Johns of
Graceville.

Autism support
The Washington/Holmes
Autism Support Group
will begin meeting on the
fourth Thursday at 6:15
p.m. at Woodmen of the
World in Chipley. The first
meeting will be held on
Thursday, Sept. 22. Chil-
dren are welcome. Call
Ann Leavins at 547-3173
for more information.

Landowner
liability
The University of
Florida/IFAS Exten-
sion Service in Walton
County workshop on
landowner liability issues
is on Thursday, Sept. 22
in DeFuniak Springs. Call
(850) 892-8172 or e-mail
cslaws@ifas.ufl.edu.


Eli Parker
Williams
A first birthday bash
was held August 14 for
Eli Parker Williams. Eli
turned one year old on Au-
gust 12. He was joined by
his friends and family for a
water party.
He is the son of Dray
and Tori Williams of Do-
than, Ala. He is the grand-
son of Ronald and Jonnie
Williams of Samson, Ala.,
and Jerry and Gwynn Staf-
ford of Westville.
His great-grandpar-
ents are Felton Stafford
of Westville and Eileen
Brasington of DeFuniak
Springs.

Woodturning
The monthly meeting of
the Emerald Coast Wood-
turning Guild will be held
on Saturday, Oct. 8, from
9 a.m. noon at the Free-
port Community Center
in Freeport. Ron Ferreira
will be demonstrating hol-
low wood turning.
For more information,
contact Ron Ferreira at
622-0942, Mike D'Autilia
at 267-1128, or Bill Ste-
phenson at 622-9531.


CHS Class of
1975 reunion
The members of Chipley
High School's class of
1975 will gather to cel-
ebrate their 30th reunion
during the weekend of
Homecoming 2005, which
is scheduled for November
4-5.
The members of the
class need your help in
locating all of their class-
mates. If you are a gradu-
ate of the class of 1975 or if
you have any information
about a graduate from that
class, please contact either
Valerie Culpepper Park or
Gayle Townsend Grotheer
with your information.
Both may be reached
through email 'and would
like to have any of gradu-
ate's email addresses.
Valerie can be reached
at valeriepark@chiple
yhighschool.com and
Gayle can be reached at
jeepgirl57@comcast.net.

Career Fair
Chipola Regional
Workforce Development
Board Region III Career
Fair will be held in Mari-
anna at the Jackson County
Agricultural Center and
Fairgrounds on Wednes-
day, Nov. 2, from 8 a.m.
- noon.
Students from Calhoun,
Holmes, Jackson, Liberty,
and Washington counties
will attend. Local employ-
ers and business owners
are encouraged to take ad-
vantage of this opportunity
to share information about
their career fields.
If you would like more
information or are interest-
ed in participating, contact
Robbie Bazzell at (850)
638-1180, ext. 343.


SAVE
50%00 .
MEN'S COLOURS
BY ALEXANDER
JULIAN' SHIRTS
Woven shirts in plaids -'/
stnpes and solids.--..-. r ''
Ong. 38.00-48. ,-
NOW 19.00
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Assorted styles. Reg. 16.00-26.00.
*FREE item must be of equal or lesser value.


60% OFF
ENTIRE STOCK* FINE JEWELRY
Gold and sterling silver earrings, rings,
necklaces and more: *Excludes clearance.

SAVE 500%
MEN'S & LADIES ATHLETIC SHOES
After EXTRA 33% OFF green-tickets. Orig. 35.00-
85.00, then 24.99-62.99, SALE 16.74-42.20.


30OU
OFF
FALL TOPS
Casual kirts
and wovens,
sweaters, career'F Xt.
tops and more.
Reg. 18.00-41,00.
SALE 12. .40.;
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Tees, polos, blazers, pants and more.
Reg. 20.00-48.00, Sale 14.00-33.60.

25% OFF
MISSES DRESSES & PANTSUITS
From Sag Harbor, Koret' and more.
Reg. 48.00-88.00, SALE 36.00-66.00.

25%/-500/o OFF
EVERYTHING* FOR BABY
Reg. 5.00-38.00, SALE 3.50-22.80.
*Excludes Tommy Hilfiger' and value-priced items..


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4B, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, September 21, 2005


Northw'estFlor ida C am-ipions[ hip 1Rode[o 0m g-e1 i


Winners of the Little Rodeo Queen division are, left to right, first runner-up
Sidney Johns; second runner-up, Hayley Simpson; 2004 Queen, Legend Houck,
Little Miss Rodeo Queen and most photogenic Haven Reshay Peak.


Junior Miss Rodeo: Left to right: First runner-up Brandi Trout, second runner
up Brittany Cook, Junior Miss Rodeo and photogenic Rechelle Joiner, and 2004
Junior Miss Rodeo Charity Bauldree


2005 Young Miss Rodeo Queen and photogenic Haylee Nicole Harris is crowned 2005 Miss Rodeo Queen Catherine Tinsley is crowned by 2004 Miss Rodeo Holly
by 2004 Young Miss Rodeo Victoria Ward. They are joined by first runner-up Langford. They are joined by first runner-up Jamie D. Williams, second runner
Mikala Turner and second runner-up Alexandra Grace Henderson. up Jenny Eleanor Godwin and photogenic Bekki McDuffie.


Bradley A.
Spielman
Private Bradley A. Spiel-
man of Chipley graduated
basic training at Fort Sill,
Okla. and is now stationed
in Fort Leonardwood, Mo.,
where he is training as a
heavy equipment operator.
He is the son of Terri
and Frank Albritton.
Spielman graduated
from Ft. Lauderdale High
School, is a member of
Country Oaks Baptist Mis-
sion and a firefighter with
the Country Oaks Volun-
teer Fire Department.


TO ADVERTISE CALL 638-0212


Legislative BBQ
The annual L6gisla-
tive BBQ will be held
Saturday, October 8 at the
Waits Mansion in Bonifay.
The Holmes County High
School Jazz band will en-
tertain.
For information, call
Jyl Eickmann at 850-547-


4682.

Tommy McDonald
Golf Challenge
October 14
Washington County
Chamber of Commerce, in
conjunction with the Sun-
ny Hills Fall Festival and


Oktoberfest, presents the
Tommy McDonald Cham-
ber Golf Challenge, on
Friday, October 14, at the
Sunny Hills Golf Course.
The four-person scram-
ble will begin at 8:30 a.m.
Breakfast will be served
prior to the tournament
and lunch immediately fol-
lowing.


Proceeds will benefit the
Washington and Holmes
County Chamber of Com-
merce and the Washington
Holmes Technical Center's
Tommy McDonald Schol.
arship fund, in memory of
the late Tommy McDonald.
former Chipley mayor and
Chamber executive direc
tor.


Prime Grove & Development Acreage
Excellent Income and Development Potential
Located in Highlands County, in the heart of
Central Florida, this property boasts over
three miles of frontage on SR-70.
Parcels range from 30 to 160 acres.
Buy one parcel or buy the entire tract.
Features 5000' Airstrip and access to
over 18 miles of navigable waterways.
Take advantage of the tax incentives and
benefits grove ownership offers.
Broker participation and 1031 exchanges welcome.


Auction Site: American Legion Placid Post 25
1490 US-27 North Lake Placid, FL.
Broker Participation Welcome.
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10B, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, September 21, 2005




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SOD SOD SOD Quality
you can depend onl Irri-
gated, weed & pest con-
trolled. Centipede and St.
Augustine. Delivery and
installation available. 8
mi. SW of Chipley for
easy customer hauling!
Call anytime! Billy & Leo-
la Brock. (850)638-1202
or (850)326-1500
GREEN PEANUTS FOR
boiling. Open Monday-
Saturday, 8-6pm, closed
Sunday. (850)638-1119
FOR SALE 4000 watt
generator, electric wheel-
chair, Carter go-cart, 20ft
aluminum ladder, 10ft
construction trailer, 8 inch
planer sander, heavy
duty wood shaper, Black
& Decker radial armsaw.
(850)638-8722 anytime.
FRIDGEDAIRE ELEC-
TRIC STOVE and GE
Washing Machine, both
in good working condi-
tion. 547-2000
BEAUTIFUL RED TRIM
Scooter Chair, practical-
ly brand new, no scratch-
es, used 10-12 hrs, ex-
cellent condition. $800 w/
battery, $700 without.
Call Pearl 263-0704
GOLF CARTS WANTED
running or not, gas or
electric. Also, Golf Carts
for sale. 535-4121
1995 FLEETWOOD
20FT pop-up camper
with A/C, gas stove, elec-
tric, sleeps 6. 638-0983,
leave message.
HARDWOOD FLOOR-
ING 1000 BF Select Ver-
mont Maple Hardwood
Floor. $1.75 sq. ft. 638-
1336
3 WORKING ESCAPE
doors & 3 departments,
28ft gooseneck convert-
ible livestock trailer with
91 4 door Chevy Dually,
needs passenger side
door $7650, bull calves,
956-4639
SOD FOR SALE on the
farm, delivered or in-
stalled. Centipede and
419 Bermuda. WEST
FLORIDA TURF
(850)638-4860. 24
Years experience!
4 CEMETERY LOTS in
Glenwood. $1000. 263-
2181
1997 RV MINNIE Winnie
Class C, 29ft, queen bed,
blue ox hookup for car,
27,300 original miles,
excellent condition, many
upgrades, $29,500. Call
(850)547-5413 for ap-
pointment.
COLOR COPIES $1.
COPIES 150 Washing-
ton County News, down-
town Chipley.
5 LT TRUCK tires weight
range E 245-75-R16, 3
Liberator, 2 Goodyear, all
for $400. 638-9395
2 TUNNEL HULL Race
Boats with K&B Out-
boards, 1 radio con-
trolled plane, never been
flown, 1 air boat, many
extras, must see. 16x10
Dome Tent, used once
$40. 197033hpJohnson
electric start, runs great
$300. 1976 Ford 3/4 ton
truck, new tires, runs
good $1500. Call
(850)535-0386




(1) 1986 HD Sportster in
good shape $4000. Also,
(1) 1988 HD Sportster in
good shape $5000.
(850)638-7290; cell
(850)326-5450, call any-
time.




*r FOR SALE BEAUTIFUL
big and'with good
disposition, Registered
Paint Mare $850. 547-
0885 or cell# 850-979-
8008
PIT BULL PUPPIES for
sale. Pure bred puppies
with papers. Please call
638-4012 or cell 260-
2106


MIXED BOAR MALE &
female, $75 each. 535-
0421
BIG BLACK john mule
$500, needs TLC & pa-
tience. Standard size
black jackass $350.
(850)260-1342



CHERRY SLEIGH BED
$250. Brand new, solid
wood. 850-222-9879
FURNITURE & SERTA
MATTRESSES Low,
low, low overhead guar-
antees low, low, low pric-
es.
P&S Discount Furniture,
Chipley. (Since 1973)
850-638-4311
NEW QUEEN MAT-
TRESS and base. Never
used, in unopened plas-
tic. Must sell. $125. 850-
545-7112
MATTRESS SET NEW
full set with factory
warrany, $99. Call 850-
222-7783
NEW BEDROOM SET
beautiful cherry Louis
Philippe 8 piece wood,
King sleigh bed, dresser,
mirror, chest, 2
nightstands. Sug. list
$4600, sell $1650. 850-
545-7112
QUEEN MATTRESS
SET double pillow top.
New in plastic with war-
ranty. $150. 850-425-
8374
FORMAL DINING
ROOM brand new
cherry table with 6 chairs
and lighted china cabinet.
$3k retail, sell for $999.
850-425-8374
NEW BRAND NAME
King Mattress set $250,
in factory plastic, war-
ranty. 850-425-8374
6 PC FULL/QUEEN bed-
room set. New in boxes,
sacrifice $550. 850-222,
7783 ,
NEW LEATHER SOFA
and loveseat. $750, can
deliver. 850-222-2113



1998 BUICK REGAL
GS, red, gray leather in-
terior, 4.0L 3800 Series II
Supercharged engine,
83,000 miles, air, $7000.
(850)260-1149
FOR SALE 1997 Silver
Camaro, T-Tops, 65K
miles $10,500. 547-3545
1997 CHEVY LUMINA
loaded, AC, AM/FM/12
disc CD/sound system/
volume modulation,
PWR windows/locks.
$2695 cash. (850)548-
5540
1998 PONTIAC TRANS-
PORT mini-van, 6-cyl,
seats seven, excellent
shape inside & out, cold
air, loaded $5995. 547-
9233
2003 INFINITI G35 2-
door Coupe, fully loaded,
automatic & manual,
leather, 6 disc, CD play-
er, silver, sunroof, spor-
ty, well taken care of.
$24,000. Call (850)527-
9592; (850)547-5070,
ask for Tyler.
87 MERCEDES420SEL
new trans-Alt, recent
valve job. $6995. neg.
527-1722, leave mes-
sage.
1995 HONDA CIVIC
Coupe, A/C, heater, great
condition, $2000 OBO.
Call 850-579-4776
93 FORD TAURUS
Stationwagon. Looks &
runs great. $650 OBO.
535-9749
1999 CADILLAC SE-
DAN Deville, pewter/bur-
gundy leather. Fully load-
ed. Lifetime tire balanc-
ing. Trailer hitch. 41,000
miles. Luxurious
$20,999. (850)547-3342
or 763-6872
1979 CORVETTE
Eveything brand new!
Must see to appreciate.
415-6820 $8000 or trade
for pick-up of equal
value.


2000 BRONZE CHEVY
Malibu. 55,000 miles, AC,
CD player, tinted power
windows, new stock
speakers. Like new!
$10,000. Call 849-1143
1999 BEIGE TOYOTA
Camry LE, 4-door,
loaded & ready. Main St.
Auto. 638-0572 ask for
Daryl.
2001 MUSTANG
BLACK V6, leather, au-
tomatic, 46k, like new,
$9800. Call 547-5181
2001 FORD EXPLORER
white, automatic, fully
loaded, 6 CD changer,
running boards, custom-
ized bra, $8000.
(334)588-3141, cell
(850)418-0031
91 5.0 Mustang LX,
hatchback, under 130k,
runs great. $3000.
(850)415-6444
87 CHRYSLER New
Yorker, white, cruise, tilt
steering, AC, power
locks, windows, automat-
ic. AM/FM radio. 624-
9773
92 CHEVY CAPRICE
Classic SW. Fully loaded,
seats 9.$2800 OBO. Ask
for Karl. 547-4465
FOR SALE 04 Red Pon-
tiac Grand Am, AM/FM
Radio CD Player, Tint
Windows, Visors, Key-
less, Warranty. Cash.
28,000 Miles. $ 13,500
638-7845
1997 RV MINNIE Winnie
Class C, 29ft, queen bed,
blue ox hookup for car,
27,300 original miles,
excellent condition, many
upgrades, $29,500. Call
(850)547-5413 for ap-
pointment.
1999 MERCURY
SABLE 35,000 miles,
like new, must sell, excel-
lent condition. Pay off
only. 415-6683; 638-
0083
81 CORVETTE NEW en-
AipMf mechanically grepW
garage kept for 13 yrs.
$8900. 535-1778




2003 DODGE RAM w/
Hemi 2500.7000+ miles,
loaded. $28,000. Must
sell. (334)699-2382
FOR SALE 1984
Chevrolet El Camino,
350 engine, 350 trans-
mission. $4900. 535-
0944
2001 TOYOTA
TACOMA 2.4 liter 4 cyl-
inder, flow master cus-
tom exhaust, CD player
with security system. 5-
speed, AC, 44,000 miles.
$11,000.(850)352-4589;
cell (850)209-7311
1998 Z71 ext cab, 3-door.
$9500. 263-3105 eve-
nings.
2000 DODGE 2500 Ram
Wagon V-8, PW, PL, ste-
reo, dual A/C, 23,000
miles, very clean, must
sell, make offer. 850-
773-7737
1990 CHEVY 1/2 ton
Z71, SWB, reg cab,
Silverado Package. New
pts. $5500. Call Terry
547-3646. 7am-5pm
1987 FORD F250 4x4
351 motor. Runs good,
great shape. $3800.
(850)415-6301
97 DODGE 4-wheel
drive, 155,000 miles,
looks and runs great
$6500 OBO. 263-9711
97 FORD F-150, 4 wheel
drive, 8 cyl, quad cab, 3rd
door, brand new tires.
Excellent condition.
$8800 Call 535-2276
FOR SALE 1999 Chevy
Suburban LT, 5.7 litre,
leather, CD, front/rear
AC, 153,000 miles. Ask-
ing $8950. Call 850-956-
1260
BEAUTIFUL 2004 RED
Dodge Durango SLT, A
head turner with 7 seats.
Dual Air, Sharp wheels.
12,000 miles; $26,000.


10 AC+ Country Estate Custom Cypress & Glass Home, Ponds,
Pool & Pasture $350 000 Hwy. 81 Hilltop 3/2 Home Attached
Garage on 2.5 Acres $149,900 10 Acres Paved Highway Holmes
County Surveyed $79,900* Horse Ranch 19+ Acres Huge Custom
Barn w/Inside Arena, Pond, Cross-Fenced Pastures 3/2 Home
S$65,000 4.7 Acres Artesian Well, Pond, Giant Oaks Rental Home
$105,000 Thinking of selling?* We market your property in MLS!
. V *] ul i Ia.Ariella r I l .l*.I III.J; A


850-638-8882.
TAKE UP PAYMENTS
White 2002 S-10 V6
Chevrolet Pickup truck.
Call after 6pm. 638-7189
89 FORD RANGER
truck. 5-speed, $2000
cash OBO. 548-5924
1996 F150 XL Extended
cab, bedliner, dual tanks,
120K, good condition
$7000. 547-9396
1999 ISUZU AMIGO
Convertible, brand new
clutch, transmission,
starter, timing belts. Ask-
ing $6500. 773-5720,
leave message
1994 F-350 XLT Dually,
5-speed, power stroke
diesel 7.3 c turbo direct


1990 DODGE TRUCK A/
C, AM/FM radio, auto,
some work needed.
$1000. Call 535-0811
1989 BLUE & white Ford
F-150, brand new trans-
mission, $2500 OBO,
548-5994, (850)373-
8000, ask for Lola.
99 GMC SONOMA 180k
miles, AT $4000. 527-
5125
1994 CONVERSION
VAN V-6, cruise, power
windows, 106 k miles,
looks and runs good.
547-2180
1966 FORD F-150 runs
great $2,000. 258-4428
2000 HONDA ODYS-
SEY EX Mini-Van, V6,


injection, fold down 89,000 miles, good con-
goose neck ball $8500. edition, gray cloth interior,
547-4354 white exterior, $13,000
OBO. 547-0899
'99 DODGE 1 ton Dual- OBO. 547-0899
ly. Gas standard trans- FOR SALE 87 Dodge
mission. $14,500. Firm. Ram 250 Van. Good me-
547-5941 If no answer, chanical condition.
leave message. Makes excellent work
van, $1250. Call eve-
FOR SALE 1996 Ex- nings after 5:30. 535-
plorer XLT, V-8, 4 door, 9800
leather, loaded, custom
rims, Alpine stereo sys-
tem, tinted windows
$11,000. 547-2502
FOR SALE 2001 Ford
Expedition XLT, loaded, LOVELYBRANDNEW
42,000 miles, $17,000. bedroom, 2.5 bath home
547-4830 between 6pm on 3.10 acres in Leisure
& 8pm only. No collect Lakes Subdivision.
calls. Gated community, beau-
tiful lake, pavilion, pool,
99 FORD EXPEDITION tennis courts & peaceful
100,000 miles, excellent living. Call Linda Lee Re-
condition. $12,000. altor with Lighthouse Re-
(850)579-2977 alty @ (850)319-1944.
1998 OLDSMOBILE $250,000.
SILHOUETTE Van dual 3 BEDROOM 2.5 bath
air, CD player, leather, home w/28 acres in Boni-
etc. Tan, 77,000 miles. fay, 2 bedroom, 1 bath
Mustsee anddrive toap- home in Caryville.
preciate. 638-1138 Coastal Living Realty
1980 DODGE EX- 547-5095
TENDED work van
$1500. 773-3892
1987 CHEVY .20 Van
fully customized with
-front .rear-.air. $3500 2BR CABIN FUR-
"6'6O~ '5484798;" 548- NISHED near Holmes
5763 Creek, $275 a month or
2002 FORD EXPLORER $300 a month with water
XLT, excellent condition, & garbage, $150 deposit,
fully loaded, keyless en- 850-456-4867, 850-535-
try, leather, dark sage 0665.
green. 81,000 miles.
$12,500. Call 526-
3619(w); 638-8104(h)
FOR SALE 1999
F-150, low miles 2000 PALM HARBOR
$13,500. OBO. 100,000 Doublewide 28X64 ex-
mile warranty. 547-5960; cellent condition 3BR/
547-2228 2BA, www.infotube.net/
02 CHEVY 121876 $65,000. You
SILVERADO PU, one move. 850-458-4792.
owner, good condition, LOOKING FOR THE
V6, AC, AT, CD player, perfect weekend get a
78,000 actual miles. way? Hard to beat the
$10,900. Call (850)547- price on this cute 2BR/
5070 days; (850)573- 1BA mobile home with
9064.AskforMaryannor large lot. 3421 Cook
Mitchell. Circle, Vernon. $32,900.
1979 FORD EXPLORER Owner/Realtor (850)258-
collector's truck, loaded, 9929
one owner, garage kept, 1998 SKYLIGHT 16X80
mechanically sound, 3+2 w/new carpet. Pmts
$7000 value, asking low as $375 for 7 years.
$5000. 638-1321; 638- Call Brad 763-7780
4541 3BR/2BA ON 1 acre in-
99 FORD 150 XL Super side Wausau city limits.
Cab, AT, PS, PB, toolbox Big front porch, b ack
new tires. 97,500 miles porch, big utility shed.
new tires. 97,500 miles. (850)527-6042
Asking $9000. 547-0150;
326-3123 NEW 3+2 16X80 w/ply-
wood floors. Pmts low as
1995 FORD F-150 XLT, $350/mth. We set up,
extended cab, V8, auto, new central air & heat,
power window, locks, new skirting. Down pay-
toolbox, cab steps, rails, ment can be low as $500.
rims, AM/FM cassette, Call Brad in PC toll free
$7000 638-9630 1-866-732-7607
1961 CHEVY APACHE 2BR/1BA GOOD
Stepside, primed, ready CONDITION to be
for restoration. $1000 moved, cash only, seri-
OBO. 638-9188 ous inquirers only. 638-
OBO. 638-9188 R 4084; cell 849-0959
1990 FORD AEROSTAR -- I
Cargo Van. 172k miles,
engine runs well, needs
transmission. $500 obo.
Washington County
News 638-0212 2 BEDROOM all electric.
535-2657
87 CHEVY SUBURBAN
3/4 ton, Heavy Duty 4x4, FOR RENT FIVE Points
new A/C, tow package. area, mobile home, 2
350 motor, ATPS, P PB, bedroom, 1 bath, no pets,
new paint, parts & bat- water & garbage fur-
tery, 850-547-0448 nished, $365. 547-4606


CAROLE CANNON REALTY
2229 Jim Bush Rd., Bonifay, FL
(8501547-4784 Cell (8501 951-5682
Carole Cannon, Broker
28 Acres close to town, paved frontage, barns, pasture,
pecans, woods, $168,000.
Starter Home on an acre, $44,900, SALE PENDING
145 Acre farm, lots of frontage, crop fields, pasture, pines,
CRP, pecans, barn & farm house $871,320,
Lakefront building site $98,500.
Spacious Brick Home with 2 master suites, large land-
scaped lot, many extras $199,900. SALE PENDING
120 Acre tree farm, road frontage $510,000,
100 Acres, woods, Ig. pond, frontage, $420,000.
11 Acres, mature trees, paved frontage, old home $82,900.

www.carolecannonrealty.com


2 BRICK BUILDINGS
ON HWY. 90, BONIFAY
Brick home has appx.
6000 total sq. ft. and office
building has appx. 4400
sq. ft., 6.9 acres, 3 ware-
houses, fish pond with
gazebo, paved parking,
appx. 220' Hwy. 90
frontage, plus much more.
Home could be commer-
cial bldg., possibly medical
business. Call office for
complete info. package.
31 BLOCK, HOME -
$74,500 .76 acre comer
lot with new custom floor-
ing & newer central a/c
unit. Possible Owner
FnanMdnl l uS s52-a8
WATERFRONT
2.76 ACRES $49,500
Go fishing out your back
door! Corner lot. Some
restrictions. MLS 05-1577
513 FRAME HOME IN
TOWN $189,000 14'
hign ceilings. 4 fireplaces,
3300'+ ho area, hot tub
shed Includes 514' apart-
ment wlown address.
Much more! MLS. 05-n11
1.1 ACRES ON HWY. 2
- $34,500, wooded with
194' paved frontage in
Holmes Co., on small
knoll. MLS 05-2542
1 AC. HWY. 2- $34,500
gentle slope down to hwy.
with 221' frontage, old
grape arbor. MLS 05-2543
Possible Owner Financina
BUY TOGETHER
FOR $65,0001
52 ACRES WITH 3/2
BRICK HOME ONLY
S475,0DOI 1998 Bnck
over Block 2-story home,
fireplace with cathedral
cell,ng in living room 52+'-
a.Ve6, appL.. LiS.areb in
pasture, some natural
woods, pond, Hwy. 81
frontage. Front porch &
beck deck, attached
garage w/opener. Lots
more. MLS 05-2387
DOGWOOD LAKES
WATERFRONT LOT -
$69,5001 Shady, wood-
ed lot on paved road in
Dogwood Lakes restricted
subdivision. 2004 survey
provided. (Listing agent is owner)
MLS 05-2386
30x30 BLDG. & I AC.
556,500 2 car garage
with concrete slab on
paired road In Vemon City
Limits. Small apartment on
one sid. Well. sepic. and
city water & sewer con-
nects MLS 0&1021




PRISCILLA 'ICL.SM" AISON
BROERo / REALTOR1'
Cell 7r.-0- 2
lOAN NLtNEL,
RL\LrOR-AssocIATEr '
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TWO BEDROOM MO-
BILE homes for rent, lo-
cated on Hwy 179, off
Hwy 2 in Bonifay, $250
deposit, $350 a month,
no pets. Call 850-263-
3572


TRI-COUNTY
REALTY LLC
1103 S. Waukesha St.,
Bonifay, FL
(850) 547-4480
New 3/21996 Homes
of Merit on 3/4 acre.
Super clean, land-
scaped with deluxe
touches & fruit trees.
$92,000.
NEW Meat Packing
Plant on 2 acres, USDA
certified, $250,000. '
HANDICAP friendly
3/1.5 brick Bonifay,
$139,500.
15 Acres with 3 BR
frame home, Hwy.
177A, $215,000
REDUCED lot Millers
Ferry Rd. near Hol-
mes Creek New Hope,
$12,500.
NEW corner lot Hicks
Lake and Lucas Lake
$12,000.
NEW Holmes Creek lot
on Shellcracker Circle
with all utilities in place
$15,000.
80 Acres planted
pine & woodlands,
$360,000.
40 Acres with river
landing off Hwy. 179A,
$160,000.
See Photos Of Our
Listings At
www.tri-corealQ.com





2 BEDROOM 1 bath mo-
bile home in mobile
home park, $250 with
$300 deposit, near Boni-
fay Elementary School,
town & recreational area.
547-3746
NICE CLEAN 3BR/2BA
mobile homes for rent, all
electric, CH/A. 850-638-
9228
2BR/1BA $250/MO
$100/DEP no dogs. 547-
9887




SLEEPY HOLLOW DU-
PLEX apartments. 2 & 3
bedroom units. Senior
Citizen Discount. HUD
not accepted. (850)638-
7128
GRACELAND MANOR
APARTMENTS Rental
assistance on 1, 2 & 3
BR. HC & non-HC acces-
sible apartments. Call
850-263-4464, TDD/TTY
711. 5445 Brown Street,
Graceville, FL. Equal
Housing Opportunity.
APARTMENT FOR
RENT in Bonifay down-
town. Three rooms with
full bath $475 a month.
Please call for (850)547-
3530


*1.3 Acre, fronts paved County Road South
of PDL, Walton County, lots of trees, nice
homesite, .................... $12,500
*38 Acres, planted pines, approOx, 12
years old, county dirt road, west of PDL,
$7,000 P/AC. Will divide into two 16 acre
parcels.
e17 Acres, C.B. Whitehead Rd., PDL,
Walton County, $7,000 P/AC, nice stream,
wooded. Also, 10 acre sites available for
$6,000 P/AC.


*BricK, 3/2, one acre, new aaaddition, new
metal roof, over 1600 sq. ft., mint condi-
tion, C/L & privacy fenced back yard with
huge oak and playhouse, fronts paved road
in PDL, tile floors, 1500 sq. ft. workshop
w/concrete floor and electric, city wa-
ter............................................... $149,900.
*3500 sq. ft. two story, brick/vinyl, lot, fronts
hwy., PDL, pool, 2 car garage, 4 BP/2.5, city
water/sewer...............................$275,000.
eNewer brick/vinyl home on 10 acres,
PDL, county dirt rd., 3/2, some fencing for
horses, pole barn, many extras, 2 car car-
port.......................................... $450,000.
*Fixer upper, 4/2, Walton Co., 1 acre,
lease/option, call for details.

PANHANDLE REALTY, LLC
Corner Hwy. 90 & 81
Ponce de Leon, Florida
(850) 836-4825 or (8501259-1904
Debbie Kolmetz, Broker
"LIST ON MLS WWW.panhandlerealty.us


EXECUTIVE OFFICE
SPACE for rent down-
town Chipley. 638-1918
MP ENTERPRISES
Land Sale & Finance. 5
acres or more for houses
only, wooded & pasture.
3 miles South of Chipley.
Highway 77, Gainer Rd.,
Houston Rd., Duncan
Community Rd., Buddy
Rd. Four (5) acres &
Four (10) acres on
Gainer Rd. Owner fi-
nancing or cash. Low
down payment, low
monthly payments. Call
Milton Peel for informa-
tion 850-638-1858
BUILDING DOWN-
TOWN FOR rent. Rail-
road Ave., Chipley. 638-
1918
BUILDABLE LOT IN
Prime Sunny Hills loca-
tion. Priced to sell by
owner. Starting $29,000-
$45,000. Approx 1/2 hr to
Panama City. (561)988-
8088
FOR RENT OFFICE
space. Older spacious
doublewide mobile home
for commercial lease.
Ideal for Engineering
Consultant Office, Real-
tor, Doctor, lawyer or
other use. At west edge
of Chipley city limits. No
city utilities required.
Water furnished. Plenty
of parking. Contact Perry
Wells 850-638-1016
STOP FORECLOSURE!
We buy houses, multi-
family, land. We pay late
payments. We take over
payments. We put cash
in your pocket. No fees.
Real Estate Solutions.
800-735-5092


LOCATION! LOCA-
TION! LOCATION! Com-
mercial property for
lease. 386 ft. frontage on
Hwy 77, North of 1-10
(just north of Super Wal-
mart and all other main
businesses) before Brick-
yard Rd. on west side of
Hwy 77. Property current-
ly has 3BR/3BA brick
home on beautiful lot that
could easily be convert-
ed to suit many business
types. Owner will gladly
assist with remodeling to
suit your needs. For
more information please
call (850)326-3843 or
(850)326-1784
STOP FORECLOSURE!
We buy houses, multi-
family, land. We pay late
payments. We take over
payments. We put cash in
your pocket. No fees;
Real Estate Solutions.
800-735-5092




CHURCH WIDE YARD
sale, 9-24-05, 706 3rd
St., across from Court-
house. 7am-1 pm
VERNON 4680 MILL-
ERS Ferry Rd (off 79) Fri/
Sat., Sept. 23 & 24. 8am.
Tons of cheap stuff!
YARD SALE SEPT 24,
Sat. only. 8am till. 1/4 mile
West of Miller's Cross-
roads on Hwy 2. Books
oalore and misc.
YARD SALE SATUR-
DAY Sept. 24, 7am-2pm
to be held at 1336 Or-
ange Hill Rd., Chipley.
Proceeds for Oakie
Ridge Baptist Youth Re-
treat.


jUnitedr SE TTlE'S
ourtry- COUNTRY REALTY
BETTIE L. SLAY, BROKER (Florida & Alabama)
205 E. North Ave., Bonifay, FL 32425
(850) 547-3510
**WANT IT SOLD? GVE US A CALL TODAY1*
WE GET RESULTS WORLDWIDE ADVERTISING
166 AC. BUFFALO RANCH SOLD SOLD SOLD -- 2 BR HOME
2 CARPORTS LARGE LOT FENCED REDUCED MOTIVATED
SELLER $44,900 --- 4 AC 3 BR 2 BA HOME HWY. FRONTAGE
- $179,900 --- 1 AC. 3 BR 2 BA HOME 40x60 BARN 3 SHEDS
- $140,000 --- 13 AC. WITH 2 HOMES OUTBUILDINGS
PAVED ROAD FRONTAGE REDUCED $169,900 -- 30
ACRES LAND HIGH AND DRY $210,000 -- 3 BR HOME
ON 1+ ACRE, HWY. 90W $87,000 -- 8 AC 3 BR BRICK
HOME-BARN-PASTURE $169,900 -- 3 BR 2 BA HOME
LARGE LOT HWY. 77 WAUSAU $79,900
WE NAVE BUYERS-WE NEED SELLERS
UST WITH US AND GET IT SOLD
www.unitedcountry.com/bonifayfl






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115 N. Waukesha St.,
Bonifay, FL
Email: oscar627@yahoo.com

OSCAR WARD
Lic. Real Estate Agent



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99 Bellcrest 28x6,3R,2BA.................$34,900
00 Grand Manor 28x60, 3R,2 BA......... 36,900
98 Peachstate 28x52, 3BR,2BA.............$34,900

Nobility 26x52, 3BR,2 BA....................... $27,900
Palm Harbor 28x52,3BR,2 BA .............. $26,900
95 Cavalier 28x52, 3BR,2 BA.................. $27,900
Peachstate 24x52, 3BR,2 A, 2on thelot.$24,900
Horton 24x52, 3BR,2 BA ........................ $29,900
00 Grand manor 28x6,3BR,2 BA.........$36,900
00 Pioneer 32x52, 3BR,2 BA.................. $34,900
97 Pioneer 24x172,4 BR,2 BA...................$33,900
98 Pioneer24x72,4BR,2BA ............ $34,900
97 Redmon 24x52,3 BR,2 BA..... $32,900
99 Peachstate 28x72,4 BR,2 BA. $36,900
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3 FAMILY YARD sale in
Bonifay. Turn at Subway,
S2nd house on the right.
SLots of baby things.
BIG YARD SALE rain/
shine, Smith Crossroads,
-intersection 79 & 160,
SThurs, Fri, Sat, Sun. 9/
- 22, 23, 24, 25
MOVING SALE EVERY-
STHING goes. Furniture,
lamps, fans, phones,
Barbie dolls, small ani-
mal cages, hand tools,
Garden tools, lawn mow-
Ser, chainsaw, wheelbar-
,'. rows, barrels, exercise
Equipment, trunks and
more. 1452 Sunflower
Circle. 850-415-6270
i Sept. 17-27.



MARIANNA GOAT and
SSHEEP Auction every
Thursday night starting at
S5pm. Misc., goats,
sheep, chickens, ducks,
S guineas. Held at Auction
Drive, Marianna. Phone
(850)535-4006; cell 258-
5209. Jerry Johnson
#AU362
AUCTION SAT. SEPT
24. 9am. Just For Fun RV
; Sales, Cottondale, FL.
Loc: Hwy 231N 1 miles
on left. 7+- acres land &
Building, travel trailers,
. pop ups, ATV's, mobile
* homes, truck & autos,
Sports, shop tools, office
equipment. Mason Auc-
Stion & Sales LLC
S#FL642. (850)263-0473

:,^^^HELP
WANTED^


POSITION POLICE PA-
TROLMAN The City of
Chipley is accepting ap-
plications for a Police Pa-
trolman. Minimum Qual-
ifications: completion of
the Minimum Standards
courses as set forth by
the Florida Police Stan-
dards Council; valid Flor-
ida Drivers license; abili-
ty to project a courteous
and polite attitude to pub-
Slic; and able to commu-
nicate effectively both
orally and in writing. Mail
or hand deliver applica-
tion and or resume to the
Chief of Police, Chipley
Police Department, PO
Box 1007, Chipley, Flori-
Sda 32428. Deadline:
SOpen until filled. EOE,
Drug Free Workplace.
LIVE-IN CAREGIVER
for 81 year old Alzheimer
female, to begin Novem-
m ber v 5mvf.in mid Oc-
tober, salary negotiable,
nice country setting near
Wausau. 850-638-0992
REPORTER SOUGHT
FOR local newspapers.
SWashington County
News and Holmes
SCounty Tiries-Advertiser
are seeking a general
assignment reporter with
Knowledge of digital pho-
tography. Journalism ex-
perience preferred, writ-
ing ability a must.
1 Fulltime position with pri-
mary duties in one
S,. county. No phone calls,
please. Apply in person
: at Chipley Newspapers
office, 1364 N Railroad
Ave., Chipley. Drug-free
workplace. EOE.
AFTERNOON RECEP-
TIONIST WANTED part-
time hours 3-7pm M-F.
SMust be dependable and
4 have general office skill
; knowledge. Apply in per-
son at Bonifay Nursing
4 and Rehab Center 306
W. Brock Ave., Bonifay,
SFlorida.
MASTERS LEVEL CLI-
NICIANS (licensed eligi-
Sble) Family Support
counselor Facilitate in-
Stensive in home services
for families at risk of child
Abuse and neglect. Re-
4.. quires BS & 3 years exp.
Working with children
. .. and families. Mental
H Health Technician High
SSchool diploma, works
S shift w/shift differential
Spay, we provide uni-
forms. Front Desk One
Full time position and one
Sp/t from 6-8 pm M-T. Cus-
tomer service skills, good
computer. Cook, HS Di-
ploma. Family Support
Specialist provide house-
Skeeping homemaking
support services for re-
Sferred families. HS Diplo-
ma. Children's Case
S'Manager BS or BA ex-
Sperience preferred, com-
.' puter and people skills.
SAll positions are fulltime
.unless indicated, with ex-
S- cellent benefits. Let us
tell you about them. Fax
Your resume to 850-892-
8074 or come by to pick
up an application: 3686
US Hwy 331 South De-
SFuniak Spgs, FL 32435.
No phone calls. EOE/
: Drug Free Workplace.
:2 STAFF OPENINGS
housekeeping & cook
Call 535-4432 for more
Information.
CARPENTER NEEDED
Experienced Must have
own tools and transpor-
tation. We are a Drug
SFree Workplace. EOE.
Apply at Ridley's Town &
S* Country Builders 949
,: Orange Hill Rd. 7:30am-
0. 4:00pm. (850)638-4436


'SOUTHEASTERN
SURVEYING & Map-
ping Corp. is seeking ex-
perienced surveryors for
all positions: Project Man-
agers (PSM), Senior
Tech, CAD Drafting,
Party Chiefs and Field
Technicians. FDOT expe-
rience' a plus. Company
paid medical, dental, life
insurance and 401k.
SSMC is an equal oppor-
tunity employer and drug
free workplace. Please
email resume to
fax (850)638-8069 or call
(850)638-0790 ext. 201.
WANTED EXPERI-
ENCED DENTAL Assis-
tant. Call or fax resume
to 638-8009
RESTAURANT HELP
NEEDED part-time Fri-
day & Saturday nights.
Servers/cooks. 535-
6425
AVON, I DIDN'T think I
could either. Call Lou
Roller, Independent
Sales Representative,
773-2550 or cell 596-
0794.
FULL-TIME DENTAL
Assistant Position (Mon-
day-Thursday 8am-5pm)
Clinical & Radiology ex-
perience desired. Send
resume to: Dr. Swindle
119 Main St., Bonifay, FL
32425. Fax to 850-547-
9849
DEPENDABLE EM-
PLOYEE NEEDED to
work afternoons Tuesday
thru Thursday and all day
Sunday and Monday in
Vernon doing house-
keeping and cooking.
$7.00 to start with gener-
ous increases for good
service. Paid vacation af-
ter one year and major
holidays off. Application
by appointment only.
535-1160
METAL ROOFING COM-
PANY in need of Super-
visors, Journeymen,
Foremen. Top pay de-
pending on experience.
Call 548-9137
REED CONCRETE &
Construction, Inc. If you
are seeking long term
employment, good wag-
es, benefits and have the
desire to lean and grow
with us: We are looking
for Experienced Fore-
man's and Form Carpent-
ers. Please come by and
fill out an application:
Reed Concrete & Con-
struction, Inc. 850-547-
5767 or fax 850-547-
3677


ROOFING
NEED LEAD Roofer &
helpers. Top Pay.
(850)258-5941
TOP NOTCH VINYL Sid-
ing Installers & Carpen-
ters needed. Plenty of
work in Washington &
surrounding counties.
Call (850)415-6383,
Vernon
EXPANDING COMPANY
SEEKING applicants to
learn the truss building
trade. Paid on the job
training, bi-weekly bonus-
es. For appointment
please callArban & Asso-
ciates from 7am-3pm @
850-836-4362
BRINKS ARMORED
CAR hiring drivers and
messengers. $1000 sign
on bonus if you have se-
curity and gun licenses or
$500 sign on bonus if you
do not have either.
Please call 850-476-6682
EOE
PERSONNEL
RESCOURCES is now
hiring for 1st Shift Weld-
ers and 2nd Shift Assem-
blers and Painters. New
Hiring Bonus! Great Ben-
efits and work hours. Ap-
ly in person at Reliable
products, 1300 Enter-
rise Rd., Geneva or call
ilisa at (334)684-5056
for more information.
RED BAY SAND Co. has
a job opening for a Class
A CDL Truck Driver with
experience, clean MVR,
drug test required. Call
836-4500
CERTIFIED NURSING
ASSISTANTS part-time,
all shifts. Marianna, Boni-
fay & Chipley area. $9-
$12/hr. Pro Care Nurs-
ing. 800-348-5079



WANTED 1-5 acres land
w/well & septic preferred.
Call Jeremy @ 596-3774
WANTED 1 TO 10 acres
of land close to town.
(850)527-4363
WANTING TO BUY 10
acres out of Bonifay city
limits, but in zone for
Bonifay school system
bus 'route. Call 548-9137



E. LEILI ASSOCIATES
Inc. Forestry Division.
Heavy Duty mulching &
landclearing, debris re-
moval, cleared survey
lines & right of ways.
(850)535-4303;
(850)251-6076, ask for
Bruce


ATTENTION ELDERLYII
Are you past qualifying for
assisted living but not
ready for nursing home?
Come see us at Garcia
House 638-1898
PANHANDLE LAWN
SERVICE Quality work,
affordable prices. Senior
Citizen Discount. Free
Estimates 956-5070 or
956-4758
NEED PAINTING DONE
inside or out. Faux paint-
ing. Affordable rates. Call
Sandy @ (850)535-9444
BUY SELL TRADE on
the Country Store, WZEP
AM 1460, Monday-Satur-
day, 9:15-10am. 850-
892-3158. Non-commer-
cial items.
WWW.WZEP1460.COM
NEED YOUR HOME or
office cleaned? Call
Heavenly Helpers Clean-
ing Service for free esti-
mates. 850-579-4402;
850-209-1943; 850-547-
5041
FURNITURE REFINISH-
ING & Repair. 25 years
experience. 850-638-
7752
RESIDENTIAL COM-
MERCIAL CLEANING
Great Service, low rates.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
638-8861; (850)381-2962
SEWING MACHINE &
Vacuum Cleaner Repair,
guaranteed service on all
makes & models. Free
estimates. Western Auto,
216 N. Waukesha, Boni-
fay. 547-3910


PART-TIME RETAIL MERCHANDISERS
Chipley, FL Area
C 18-24 Varied Hours Per Week
Monday thru Fridays: 8am to 5pm
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We've Branded Success
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in-store results. Merchandising experience required. You MUST have: valid driver's license; reliable transportation;
proof of insurance.
$11.00 Per Hour plus mileage reimbursement
You MUST be a U.S. citizen or national, permanent resident, refugee or asylee, or temporary resident admitted under
the legalization program of the 1986 Immigration Act. P&G does not offer practical training positions, nor sponsor
foreign citizens to obtain work visas or permanent residency (except for certain highly specialized roles such as some
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C&C CONSTRUCTION
Specializing in Architectur-
al Metal Roofing. Installa-
tion and repair on Commer-
cial or residential. Free
Quotes and 5 year warran-
ty on workmanship. Call
548-9137. License
#RC29027043
FOR RENT first in Chipley,
Mini Warehouses. If you
don't have the room, "We
Do" Lamar Townsend 850-
638-4539, north of
Townsends.
REPAIR SERVICE for your
office or home: typewriters,
calculators, cash registers,
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Wednesday, September 21, 2005


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Yellow Jackets fall in


closing seconds to Tigers


The Vernon Yellow
Jackets travelled to Bowles
Field Friday night to take
on the number-two-ranked
Blountstown Tigers. This
game was a rematch of last
year's regional final play-
off game.
After getting hammered
in the regional game last
year, Vernon played a
much better game Friday
night but came up short as
the homestanding Tigers
won 21-18.
The Tiger offense, led by
Michael Guilford, Chance
Attaway, and Corey Sil-
cox, played ball control
and dominated the time of
possession. Jed Tyre and
the Jackets' offense moved
the ball successfully but
spent much of the game on
the sideline as the Tigers
ground out first downs.
The Jackets' defense,
lead by Quintin Mims,
Robert Potter and Dave
Holley, spent a lot of time
on the field and played
tough against the Tigers'
high-powered offense.
The Jackets took their
opening possession on


their 35-yard line. On the
first play from scrimmage,
Tyre handed off to Dave
Holley and Holley fumbled
with the Tigers recovering
on the Jackets 34.
The Tigers picked up a
first down, but were shoved
back by the Jackets defense.
On third-and-16 from the
30, Guilford hit Gary Reed
for the game's first score.
Jacob Williams added the
PAT and the Tigers led 7-0.
The period ended 7-0 with
the Jackets driving.
The second quarter start-
ed with the Jackets on the
Tigers' 18-yard line. Tyre
hit Waylon Miller for five
yards and Robert Potter
took the ball into the end
zone. Tyre's PAT attempt
was blocked by Ryan Baker
and the Tigers led 7-6.
Neither team mounted
any more serious scoring
threats and the half ended
7-6.
The Tigers took the sec-
ond-half kick and started a
long ball-control drive. The
period was half over as the
Tigers set up first-and-goal
at the Jackets' four-yard


line. The tough defense of
the Jackets held, and on
fourth-and-four stopped
Guilford, forcing the ball
over on downs.
On the Jackets' only of-
fensive play of the quarter,
Potter was tackled in the
end zone for a safety.
The Tigers led 9-6 with
5:40 remaining in the third
period.
Quintin Mims kicked off
to the Tigers, where they
started another long drive
and were on the Jackets
'17-yard line as time ran
out on the third quarter.
On the second play in
the fourth quarter, Guil-
ford dropped back to pass
and was hit hard by Dave
Holley. Guilford fumbled
and Steven Summerhill
scooped up the ball for the
Jackets and rumbled 80
yards for the Jackets touch-
down. Tyre's PAT attempt
failed and with 11:04 re-
maining Vernon led 12-9.
Guilford and the Tigers
came right back. They
started at their own 20
and moved to their 48. On
fourth-and-two, Guilford


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The Jackets' offense never became a factor against Blountstown, as the Tigers ball-
control offense kept the Jackets' powerful offense on the sidelines.


kept an option and raced 52
yards for the touchdown.
The PAT failed and with 8:
05 remaining the Tigers led
15-12.
Tyre went back to work.
The Jackets started at their
own 35. Tyre hit Miller
for 17 yards and Ashonri
Davis for 20 yards, setting
up a first down at the Tigers
15-yard line. Quintin Mims
had consecutive carries
for six-yard gains and the
Jackets were first-and-goal


at the Tigers three.
On third-and-goal, Tyre
kept the ball on the quarter-
back sneak and the Jackets
were back in front 18-15.
The PAT failed and with
3:47 remaining the Jackets
led 18-15.
The over-worked Jacket
defense took the field to
try and stop the Tigers one
more time. Guilford was
able to move the Tigers
to the Jackets 30 with less
than a minute to play. On


fourth-and-four, Guilford
threw a hail-Mary pass
that Carl Pervis was able
to come down with at the
Jackets one-yard line.
The Jackets defense held
tough stopping the Tigers
on two straight running
plays. With :05 seconds
left in the game, Attaway
squeaked into the end zone.
Time ran out and the Tigers
won 21-18.
Next Friday the Jackets
host Perry.


Chipley pummels Bozeman

en route to first win of season


The CHS Tigers traveled
south on Highway 77 last
Thursday night to battle the
Bozeman Bucks in varsity
.football. The Tigers domi-
nated -Bozeman from start.
to finish in every facet of:;
the game. It was an inaus-
picious beginning for the
Bucks, who were playing
the first varsity home game
in the young history of
the school. The Tigers ex-
ploded for 28 points in the
second quarter and cruised
to an easy 55-0 victory.
Bozeman started the
game on offense. In what
would be a sign of things
to come, Shane Kriser and
Robbie Hicks stuffed Boz-
eman QB Johnny Wright
for a loss on third down


and the Bucks went three
and out. Chipley's defense
played their best game of
the season, forcing Boze-
man's offense to go three
and out1 six times on the
..night. t .;; ^ ,. i
Chipley got a good punt
return out of sophomore
Joe Green and started their
first possession from their
own 46-yard line. Three
plays later Josh Potter
would scamper 23 yards
for the first of many Tiger
trips to the endzone. Before
the night was through Chi-
pley's running backs would
cross the goal line eight
times. The Tiger backs
rushed for over 200 yards
in the first half alone.
Things went from bad to


Chipley's special teams kept Bozeman pinned deep in
their own end zone for most of the game.


worse in the second quarter
for the Bucks. After Tiger
kicker Brandon Sikora
boomed another kickoff
into the endzone Bozeman
started on offense from
t, .heir ..Q~,,w 2.-yard line.
Bozeman's third-down
pass was broken up by
Mitchell Gainer and once
again Bozeman was forced
to punt. The snap from
center sailed over punter
Mason Bennett's head and
was recovered by Mikie
Smith in the end zone for a
Chipley touchdown.
On Bozeman's next pos-
session they again went
three and out. This time
Josh Potter got a piece
of Bennett's punt, giving
Chipley excellent field po-
sition on the Bozeman 45-
yardline. It didn't take long
for Chipley to find it's way
to the Bozeman end zone.
After Bozeman fumbled
the ensuing kickoff senior
Joey Bish scored his second
TD in a span of 48 seconds.
Less than half way through
the second quarter Chipley
was on top 35-0.
'Much to Bozeman's
credit they didn't fold up
their tent and go home in
the second half. Bozeman's
football program is only
in it's third year and this
is the first year they have
played a varsity schedule.
They fought all the way


Chipley's defense held Bozeman scoreless and forced several turnovers.


to the end. They even tried
an onside kick to begin the
second half. Unfortunately,
for the young Bucks much
like everything else they
tried on the night the on-
sides kick backfired. Josh
Roberts fell on the ball for
Chipley and two plays later
Joe Green raced 45 yards
for aTD.
Green led a trio of Tiger
backs who had huge nights.
Green rushed for 128 yards
and two touchdowns on
just eight carries. Potter
added 121 yards and three
touchdowns on ten car-
ries, and Joey Bish ran for
47 yards and added two
scores. The Tigers ran for
over 300 yards on the night
and averaged over 11 yards
per carry.
The Tiger defense was
outstanding as well forcing
four turnovers. They held


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the Bucks to just three yards
per rush and once again got
a huge game from junior
LB Shane Kriser. Kriser
was in on eight tackles and
repeatedly made big third
down stops. Next week the
defense will get an added
boost when Zack Harris
and Jermi Johnson return.
The Tigers are now 1-3
and will look for their sec-


ond straight win this Friday
against the Walton Braves
who are 2-1.
Chipley will be facing a
tough test in stopping the
Braves' star quarterback
Josh Nettles. Nettles has
rushed for 399 yards and
five .touchdowns in just
three games. Kickoff is
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Blue Devils continue strong

play in win over Northview


DANIEL WELLS
Sports Correspondent
Kentral Ector...That
name tells the story of Fri-
day night's game between
Holmes County and the
visiting Northview Chiefs.
Aided by good offensive
line play and gap-opening
blocks by fullback Elec
Wells, Ector proved to be
too much for the Chiefs to
handle.
The defense added some
solid plays, including two
interceptions, and helped
the Blue Devils secure the
20-12 victory.
Holmes County got to
work quickly on their first
drive after the defense held
the Chiefs to a three and
out. The Devils gained four
first downs, including a 35-
yard pass from Zack Nails
to Stephan Andrews.
On second and goal
from the two-yard line
Ector went in for his first
touchdown of the night.
Brandon Dykes kicked the
PAT and with 5:52 left in
the first quarter Holmes
County led 7-0.
On their ensuing drive
the Chiefs drove 80 yards
down the field. The drive


Chipley Tigers Vol-
leyball Teams traveled to
Cottondale on Monday,
September 12.
In varsity action, the
Lady Tigers handed the
Hornets their first loss of
the season in an intensely
played match by the
cores of 26-24, 23-25,
25-23, 25-23:.~ '" e '3-1
victory pushed the Tigers
'record to 10-5 overall and


was capped off by Court-
ney Whatley when he
found a wide-open Nakita
Myles for a 56-yard touch-
down pass. The Chiefs
missed the PAT and at
the 2:34 mark of the first
quarter trailed 7-6. The
first quarter ended with the
score staying the same.
Both defenses played
tough throughout most of
the second quarter. Holm-
es County was finally able
to change that late in the
quarter when Ector ran in
for his second touchdown
of the night from six yards
out. Dykes added the PAT
and pushed the lead to 14-
6 with 3:09 remaining in
the half.
Starting on their own
14-yard line, after an ill-
advised return, things
got worse for the Chiefs.
Jesse Durrance sacked the
quarter back for a six-yard
loss on first down and the
defense stuffed a run for a
short gain on second.
With a third and long,
the Chiefs opted for a
quick screen pass. Corey
Bails read the play perfect-
ly and picked off the pass,
returning it 14 yards for


1-0 in District while Cot-
tondale fell to 9-1.
Leading the Tigers
were Senior Hitter Lind-
ley Clark with 18 service
points and 5 kills, Senior
Hitter Brianna Bone with
8 digs and 6 kills, Junior
Kyla Acuff with 6 digs,
Freshman : Alyssa Bone
'with 5 digs and 7 service
points, and Senior Cortney
Pettis with 3 digs, 4 kills,


the touchdown. The PAT
was no good and with 1:23
left in the first half Holmes
County led 20-6.
The Chiefs got a huge
return on the ensuing kick
off, giving them great field
position at the Blue Devil
22-yard line.
On first down they went
for the end zone but had the
drive stopped when Nails
picked off the pass.
Holmes County kneeled
down on the ball to end
the first half with the score
Holmes County 20, North-
view 6.
Northview was able to
put another touchdown on
the board in the second
half, but it wasn't enough
for a comeback. More solid
running by Ector, and a big
66-yard run by Wells, got
Holmes County into scor-
ing position a few times but
they were unable to capi-
talize. Holmes County's
defense held on, however,
and the Devils took the win
20-12.
Holmes County con-
tinues their season Friday
night when they host Na-
varre. Kick off is at 7:30 at
Memorial Field.


and 8 service points.
Next up for the Tigers
is Holmes County on
September 13 at the CHS
gym.
The district 2 Class 3A
contest will get underway
at 4:00 with the 9" grade
match, with the JV and
Varsity matches to follow.
Thursday, all 3 teams will
travel to Bozeman with
the action starting at 4:00


Weekly contest winners announced


The winners of this
week's weekly football
contest once again was
decided by the tie-breaker
game. This weeks tie-
breaker game was the game
between Florida and Ten-
nessee with Florida win-
ning 16-7 for a combined
score of 23 points.
Two entries were re-
ceived with only one loss.


Stacey Waldrip of
Chipley took home top
prize with a guess of 42
points. Waldrip will re-
ceive $25 for the entry.
Taking second was Sha-
ron Carter of Chipley with
only one loss and a guess
of 48 points.
The third-place winners
had 11 entries with two
losses and two people tied


Free martial arts class


A new and exciting
opportunity to learn mar-
tial arts is starting in the
area. The Trinity martial
Arts School is starting up
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Thursday nights.
The class will be for
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the best part is the class is
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weekly football contest.


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Holmes County's Kentral Ector is tackled after picking up a big chunk of yardage
against Northview.


The Blue Pride Band were dressed and ready to perform their various halftime
routines during the Northview game.


Chipley's JV falls to Blountstown


The Blountstown Tigers
visited Memorial Field last
Thursday to play a JV foot-
ball game against CHS.
The visiting Tigers
brought a strong running
game with them that al-
lowed them to eat up the
clock and put lots of points
on the board. Chipley was
able to consistently move
the ball on offense, but
repeatedly hurt themselves
with turnovers. In the end,
Chipley was unable to
avoid their second shut out
loss at home, falling 33-0.
Blountstown won the
toss and elected to receive.
After a nice kickoff by
Cody Sikora the Blount-
stown offensive machine
went to work. Blountstown
did exactly the same thing
they would do every time
they got the ball in the first
half. They methodically
marched the ball down the
field, consuming plenty


of clock before scoring a
touchdown. Chipley was
able to move the ball in the
first half, but hurt them-
selves with turnovers.
Chipley had a great
chance to get on the board
just before the half when
QB Zac Jadofsky hit Ben
Grande on a long pass
completion. However, the
drive would end with a
turnover with six seconds
left to play in "the half"'
Blountstown would take
a 20-0 advantage into the
intermission.
In the second half it was
more of the same with both
teams' offenses being able
to put together long drives.
Chipley was able to move
the ball very well mixing
up the run and the pass.
Chipley had several op-
portunities to put points
on the board, but the of-
fense would continue to
be plagued by turnovers.


Chipley would turn the ball
over six times on the night
(three interceptions and
three fumbles). Without the
turnovers the game could
have closer than what
showed on the scoreboard.
Despite the loss Chipley
was able to take some posi-
tives away from the game.
The hometown Tigers con-
tinued to fight and compete
right up until the whistle
soun'fded
Chipley played hard all
night and the offense had
their best passing game
of the season. QB Zac
Jadofsky seems to be gain-
ing confidence with each
game and runningback
Stacy Hukaby ran the ball
very well.
Chipley is now 1-3 on
the season and has yet to
win at home. This week
they travel to Bonifay for
a rivalry game against Hol-
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Wednesday, September 21, 2005, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 7B


Graceville loses to county


rival Marianna, 34-24


GAIL MOUL
Sports Correspondent
The Marianna Bull-
dogs came to E.D. Pat-
terson Memorial Field
in Graceville last Friday
night seeking their second
win of the 2005 season.
They got it, winning 34-
24 over the Tigers.
The Bulldogs had not
played the Tigers since
the late 1990's. They
opened their season with a
win over Holmes County
and dropped the follow-
ing two games to Taylor
County and Port St. Joe.
The Bulldogs' junior
running back, Phillip
Sylvester, put on quite a
show, gaining 204 yards
on 19 carries.
The Bulldogs found
themselves trailing 9-7
at the half, but scored 20
points in the third quarter
to pull ahead for the win.
The Tigers were also
searching for their second
win of the season after
pounding Quincy Munroe
in the opener, but falling
to Holmes County two
weeks ago. The Tigers
had the week off to pre-
pare for the Bulldogs.
The Tigers possess
a very talented passer/
running back of their own
in the form of Jay Jay
Laster.


The Bulldogs tried to
contain Laster all night,
but most of the time he
eluded the defense.
The first quarter was a
see-saw battle with nei-
ther team making much
progress on offense. Mar-
ianna's big play came on
a double reverse that was
nullified by a blocking-in-
the-back penalty.
In the second quarter,
the Tigers started a drive
at their own seven-yard
line. After a loss on the
first two plays, Steverson
connected with Laster,
who was brought down
at the 25. Laster then ran
three straight plays, mov-
ing the ball to the Bull-
dogs 30 yard line.
On third-and-10 Ste-
verson connected with
Mauntrez Bullock who
went in for the touch-
down. The PAT failed and
the score read 6-0 Tigers
with 4:36 remaining in
the half.
The Bulldogs started
at their own 33-yard line.
On a third-and-12 play,
Brandon Gardner com-
pleted a pass to Jarred
Barnes, good for 18 yards
and a first down at the 49.
On first down, Gardner
handed off to Sylves-
ter who ran through the
Tiger's defense into the


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than four minutes in the
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touchdown.
The PAT kick by An-
drew Isabella was good
and the score read 7-6
Marianna.
The Tigers started
started at their 25 to the
Bulldogs 28, mostly with
the running of Laster.
On fourth down Tissi
Robinson kicked a 38-
yard field goal with 10
seconds left in the half to
give the Tigers a 9-7 lead.
The third quarter was
where the game got away
from the Tigers as Mari-
anna score 20 points.
On the first Tigers' pos-
session Steverson was in-
tercepted by Allen Grant
who went down the side-
line for the touchdown.
With 8:55 left in the third
quarter the score was 14-9
Marianna.
At the 7:06 mark The
Bulldogs' Rex Groomes
scored from the five-yard
line. The PAT was good
and the Tigers trailed 20-
9. Another turnover gave
the Bulldogs the ball and
they took advantage as
Sylvester raced 67 yards
for the score. The PAT
was good and the Bull-
dogs led 27-9.
The Tigers were once
again stopped and the
Bulldogs were driving as
the third quarter ended.
As the forth quarter
opened Grant went in to
the end zone for the score.
The PAT was good and
with 11:29 left Marianna
led 34-9.
Graceville mounted
their comeback with
a strong 15-play drive
which was capped off by
Laster with a three-yard
run. The two-point con-
version was good as Ste-
verson hit Foy Wilson in
the end zone making the
score 34-17.
With 3:49 the Tigers
went to their bag of tricks
as they pulled a flea-flick-
er pass good for a 40-yard
touchdown. The PAT was
good and the score read
34-24 Marianna as time
expired.
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Arnold this Friday.


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Donald Hurley, left, of Ponce de Leon and Andrew Hurley of Slocomb, Ala.
recently won the Panhandle division of Super Bass. As points champions, they will
be eligible to fish the 2005 Super Bass Championship at Lake Eufaula on October
14 and 15. They will be competing with division winners of Super Bass from across
the Southeastern United States. They will also receive entry fees for six events in
the 2006 Super Bass season. After taking second in White City, the brothers went
on to win at Lake Seminole and take third at Black Creek.


Golf tourney

planned

Tri-County Home
Builders Association
will host their annual
Swinging for Scholar-
.' 'ships Golf Tournament
on Nov. 5 at Indian
Springs Golf Club.
A shotgun start is
scheduled for 8:30 a.m.
with lunch to follow.
This is a four-person
scramble style format.
SEntrvy fee is $60 per per-
soni with proceeds going
to%%ard the Tri-County
Home Builders Schol-
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a\wards- scholarships to
Chipola College and
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Holmes County girls volleyball team battles Vernon.


Blue Devils volleyball updates


Holmes County Vol-
leyball has gotten off to
a rough start. With three
cancelled games in a row,
it's been a slow go for the
team this year.
Coach Jordan says that
this year will be a year
of growth. With a ninth-
grade team along with a
very young JV, HCHS
will be a team to reckon
with in the near future.
The varsity is starting
to come around with three
strong seniors, Lindsay
Tomlin, Tedria Thomas,
and Kaci Howell and a
first year senior, Can-
dance Pierce.
Tomlin dominates in
serving, having 11 service
points in a row, five of
which were aces in their
last match in Marianna
against the Lady Bull-
dogs. Jordan said that the
girls Nre starting'td doinfl
municate better on the
court and were definitely


coming together in the
last game of the match.
Their next match was be
in Vernon on September
17 to make up for the
game cancelled during
Hurricane Katrina.
Varsity record 1-8
*HCHS vs Vernon
won 2 out of 3
*Losses were to Cotton-
dale, Chipley, Marianna ,
Vernon, Blountstown and
Walton.
JV 3-2
*Wins over Vernon and
twice over Marianna.
*Losses to Chipley and
Cottondale.
Stats of Marianna game
played on September 15
in Marianna.
*JV won the match, 25-
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Jewell W. Brock, 88
Jewell Williams Brock
of Bonifay died Thursday,
September 15 at Doctors
Memorial Hospital in
S Bonifay.
She was born in Gracev-
ille on Jan. 15, 1917 to
the late Jay G. and Martie
Waters Williams, and was
a 1934 graduate of Gracev-
ille High School. She was a
member of Galilee United
Methodist Church.
She received her bach-
elors degree in elementary
education from Florida
State University and her
masters degree in Library
Science from Florida
Atlantic University. She
retired from the Broward
County School Board and
also taught in Bay and
Jackson counties.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
Thomas Charlie Brock,
two grandsons, Tony
Brock and Jay Brock, four
brothers, Jay Cecil Wil-
liams, George C. "Kenny"
Williams, Carl Williams,
Frank C. "Snookie" Wil-
liams, and a sister, Ruby
Hogeboom.
Survivors include three
sons, Charles R. (Ronnie)
Brock and wife Marian of
Altamonte Springs, Thom-
as A. (Tony) Brock and
wife Jan of Ochopee, James
D. (Jimmy) Brock and
wife Jenny of Tallahassee,
daughter, Cindy Fitzger-
ald and husband John of
Bonifay, a sister, Etholene
'Polly" Jakubowski of
Bonifay, two sisters-in-law,
Norma and Pat Williams
both of Panama City, 11
grandchildren and 23 great-
grandchildren, and several
nieces and nephews.
Christine M.
McQuilken, 66
Christine Marie Mc-
Quilken'of Compass Lake
in the Hills died September
11 at her residence. She
was a native of Philadel-
phia, worked as a nursing
assistant and was of the
Catholic faith.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
James Foxx McQuilken,
patents, Michael John and
Marie Brabazon, and a
grandson, Jorge Bowers.
Survivors include five
daughters, Donna Bow-
ers and husband Wayne
of Panama City, Christine
Bender and husband Chris-
topher of Cottondale, Janet
LaFever and husband Den-
nis of Quebec, Tenn., Pa-
tricia Wilson, and husband
Joe of Canton, Ga., Jamie
Hill and husband Paul of
Compass Lake, two sisters,.
Patricia Lord and husband
Frank of Philadelphia,
Marie Kelly and husband
Edward of Swedesboro,
N.J., 18 grandchildren,
five great-grandchildren,
and many nieces, nephews
and friends.
Funeral services were
held September 17, at St.
Anne Catholic Church
with John Selleck officiat-
ing. Burial followed at the
Alford City Cemetery with
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
directing.
EthelM. Fisher, 74
Ethel Mae Fisher of
Bonifay died on Thursday,
September 15 at Doctors
Memorial Hospital in
Bonifay.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
Francis J. Fisher and par-


Fall Festival
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tion and Nursing Center's
Family Council will be
holding its annual Fall Fes-
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on Saturday, Sept. 24.
There will be a large


ents Joseph and Mary Jane
Truett.
Survivors include her
sister, Esie Mae Simmons,
of Bonifay, three broth-
ers, Archie Truett and wife
Grace, and Arlo Truett, all
of Bonifay, and Charles
Truett of Boston, MA.
Graveside services were
held on September 19, at
theBonifay City Cemetery.
Interment followed with
Peel Funeral Home direct-
ing.
Jossie M. Wells, 99
SJosie M. Wells of North
Palm Beach died Tuesday,
September 13. She was
born in Washington Coun-
ty to E.D. and Rebecca
Martin. She was born in
a log cabin and when she
moved back to Bonifay
she lived next door to it for
about 12 years. She had six
children and always said
that she "had a great little
crew," and made enough
gravy to float the Titanic
to feed them during the
Depression.
She was proceeded
in death by her husband,
Chester Wells and her son,
Hughland Richards.
Survivors include three
daughters, Juanita M.
Bush and husband Buck of
North Palm Beach, Betty
Jean Bock of Hobe Sound,,
Gwendolyn Schattie and
husband Richard of West
Palm Beach, two sons,
Frank M. Richards and
wife Shirley of Bonifay,
Donald W. Richards and
wife Jacquelyn of West
Palm Beach, 17 grandchil-
dren and 20 great-grand-
children and one great-
great-grandson.
Funeral services were
held in West Palm Beach
with burial and a grave-
side service following on
Saturday, September 17 at
the Poplar Head Church
Cemetery in Washington
County with Peel Funeral
Home directing.
Anna M. Trevino, 33
Anna Marie Trevino of
Bonifay died on Sept. 12
at Doctors Memorial Hos-
pital,in Bonifay. She was
preceded in death by her
father Emilio Trevino.
Survivors include her
mother Maria A. Perez
Trevino of Bonifay, three
sons, Omar Guzman of
Kingsville, Tex., Isiah
Trevino of Victoria, Tex.,
Marc Wade of Ocala, two
daughters, Susanna Tre-
vino of Bonifay, Lori Ann
Delaham of Kingsville,
Tex., five brothers, Edwin
Perena of Tallahassee,
Jerry De Leon of Falfur-
rias, Tex., Charlie Pina of
Washington D.C., David
Perez of San Antonio,
Tex., Emilino Trevino of
Corpus Christi Tex., five
sisters, Norma Robledo of
Bonifay, Debra Guzman of
Dallas, Tex., Jovita Garza
of Victoria, Tex., Rosalina
and Rosanna Trevino both
of Kingsville, Tex., and
two grandchildren.
Memorialization was by
cremation with Peel Fu-
neral Home directing.
Era F. Tindell, 100
Era Faye Tindell of
Bonifay passed away on
Friday, September 9 at
Northwest Florida Com-
munity Hospital in Chipley.
She was preceded in death
by her husband, Jessie Lee
Tindell.
Survivors include her
daughter, Pauline Tin-
dell Smith and husband


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Charles of Bonifay, daugh-
ter-in-law Nell Tindell of
Bonifay, three brothers,
U.V. Bowlin of Geneva,
Wilson Xavier Bowlin of
Macclenny, Yon Zircle
Bowlin of Chipley, four
sisters, Ida Jeanette Bran-
ton and Kola Leantha
Dorty, both of Panama
City, Quincy Ruth Howell
of Columbus, N.C., Sarah
Thelma Howell of Bonifay,
seven grandchildren, 15
great-grandchildren, and
30 great-great-grandchil-
dren.
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held on Thursday, Sep-
tember 15 at Peel Funeral
Home Chapel in Bonifay,
the Revs. Johnny Brad-
shaw and John Taylor offi-
ciating. Burial followed in
Mt. Olive Baptist Church
Cemetery, Peel Funeral
Home directing.
Severin J. Discher, 77
Severin Jost Discher
of Chipley, died on Fri-
day, September 9. He was
born on April 22, 1928 in
Brenen, Germany.
He is survived by his
wife of 36 years, Con-
stance Discher of North
Bend, Ore., Albert and his
wife Terri Valdez of North
Bend, two granddaughters
and one grandson.
Memorial services were
held on Friday, September
16 with Brown Funeral
Home of Chipley directing.
Thelma M. Peacock, 93
Thelma M. Peacock was
born Nov. 8, 1911, in Port-
land, Mich., to Willard and
Addie (Fuller) Kinney. She
married Homer J. Peacock
on June 26, 1930.
She was a member of
the First Baptist Church
in Chipley and was ac-
tive in her Sunday School
class and Triple-L Seniors
group. She was also active
in the Chipley Council on
Aging. She was preceded
in death by her parents, her
husband of 53 years, Hom-
er J. Peacock, a daughter,
Gwendolyn, a grand-
daughter, Deborah, a sister,
Frances, and her sister and
brother-in-law, Elnora and
Fred Dorner.
Survivors include a
son Bill Peacock and his
wife Alice of Chipley and
a daughter Janice Fer-
ris and husband, Ray of
Portland, Mich., seven
grandchildren, 21 great-
grandchildren, one great-
great-grandchild, and two
nieces.
Betty A. Kenyon, 59
Betty Ann Kenyon of
Bonifay died Sept. 4 at Bay
Medical Center in Panama
City.
She is survived by one
brother, Bob Wasdon of
Bonifay and two sisters,
Velma Pearson of Bonifay
and Minnie Ruth Whatley
of Jasper.
Funeral services were
held Sept. 7 at Union
Hill Baptist Church with
the Revs. Huey Hughes
and Maurice Jenkins of-
ficiating. Burial was in the
Union Hall Cemetery with
Sims Funeral Home direct-
ing.
Jessie E. King. 92
Jessie Elnora King died
on Wednesday, September
7, at Chautauqua Rehabili-
tation and Nursing Center
in DeFuniak Springs.
She is survived by two
sons, Thomas King and
Eddie King both of West-
ville, one daughter Pauline
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eight grandchildren, and
12 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were
held on Friday, September
9 at Sims Funeral Home
Chapel with the Rev. Jeff
Cain officiating. Burial
followed at the New Ponce
De Leon. Cemetery with
Sims Funeral Home direct-
ing.
Willie E. Willis, 91
Willie Ezell Willis of
Bonifay died on Tuesday
eptember 6, at Doctors
Memorial Hospital in
Bonifay.
He is survived by one
daughter, Elizabeth (Wil-
lis) Lane of Bonifay, one
son Canny Mack Willis
of Ft. Myers, one brother,
Lester Willis of Pavo, Ga.,
six grandchildren and 11
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were
held Friday, September
9 at Sims Funeral Home
Chapel in Bonifay with the
Rev. Jere Reeder officiat-
ing. Burial followed at the
Gully Springs Cemetery
with Sims Funeral Home
directing.
Charles D. Morrison, 52
Charles Dale Morri-
son of Westville died on
Sunday, September 4, in
Pensacola.
He is survived by a
daughter, Layla (Morrison)
Griffin of Niceville, Donna
Morrison of Westville, a
brother, Donnie Morrison
of Ponce de Leon, two
grandchildren.
Funeral services were
held Thursday, September
8, at First Baptist Church
with the Rev. Greg Ham-
mock officiating.
John D. Johnson, 71
John Duane Johnson of
Chipley died Monday, Sep-
tember 19, at Bay Medical
Center after a long illness.
He was born in Clarks-
ville and lived in Jackson,
Holmes, and Washington
counties all of his life. He
was a Christian of non-
denominational faith. He
was with the DOT District
three for 30 years, retiring
in 1984 as III Location
Engineer. He then started
a surveying company and
operated that for 23 years.
He was a devoted Semi-
nole and Atlanta Braves
fan. He loved to spend
time with his family, fish
with his brothers, golf with
his brothers and son, and
watch sports.
He is survived by his
wife of 32 years, Ruth M.


Johnson, a son, Samuel L.
Johnson, two daughters,
Tanya Taylor and husband
Steve, of Graceville, Vir-
ginia Carlisle and husband
Doug, of Chipley, five
granddaughters, two broth-
ers, S. Durelle Johnson and
wife Miriam, of Graceville,
G. Donahue Johnson and
wife Ann, aunt Oleta Smart
of Webb, Ala., sister-in-law
Cindy Griggs and husband
Jim, of Panama City, and
many nieces and nephews.
Graveside services will
be held Wednesday, Sep-
tember 21 at 10 a.m. at the
Salem Methodist Church
Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, con-
tributions in honor and
memory of Duane Johnson
can be sent to: The Home-
less and Hungry Coalition
for the Laguna Beach
Christian Retreat Hurri-
cane Katrina evacuees at
609 Allen Avenue, Panama
City, FL 32401.
Katherine B. Jones 96
Katherine Brinson
SJones, died on Sept. 18, in
Geneva, Ala. at the home
of her daughter and son-
in-law, following a lengthy
illness.
She published a ge-
nealogical book and was
a charter member of Co-
lonial Dames XVII Cen-
tury, D.A.R., descendents
of the Mayflower Society,
Jamestown Society, Na-
tional Society of Magna
Carta Dames, Descendents
of the Order of the Garter,


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Colonists and First Fami.
lies of Georgia.
For many years she was
a member of the Gracev.
ille First United Methodist
Church, Graceville Garden
Club and the Graceville
Women's Club.
After moving to Geneva
in 1993, she joined Trinity
Church.
She was preceded in
death by her husband of 56
years, James Jacob "Jake'
Jones and three brothers
and three sisters.
Survivors include two
daughters, Margaret J.
Brooks and husband Bol.
ling, of Graceville, Jakie J.
Baird and husband James.
of Geneva, Ala., three
grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren, as
well as numerous nieces.
nephews and great nieces
and nephews.
Funeral services were
held on Sept. 20 at the
First United Methodist
Church of Graceville with
the Revs. Gene Hauser
Jim Jines, and John Parker
officiating. Burial fol
lowed in the Marvin Cha-
pel Cemetery with James
& Lipford Funeral Home
directing.
In lieu of flowers, me-
morial gifts may be made
to Trinity Church, P.O. Box
787, Geneva, AL 36340.
First Methodist Church of
Graceville, P.O. Box 376.
Graceville, FL 32440, or a
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