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Sunny Hills civic leaders killed in wreck


Luther Myers Bellamy and
Gladys Hoyle Bellamy


Well-known Sunny Hills
community leaders Luther My-
ers Bellamy, and his wife of 62
years, Gladys Hoyle Bellamy,
died last week as a result of in-
juries sustained in an automobile
accident.
On Thursday, Nov. 17, the
Florida Highway Patrol reported
an accident at the intersection of


Sunny Hills Boulevard and State
Highway 77. Mr. Bellamy, 86,
was the driver of a 2001 Buick.
He and his passenger, Mrs. Be-
lamy, 82, were fatally injured.
Francis E. Carden, 40, of
Youngstown, the driver of a
1992 Mack truck, received no
injuries.
The Bellamys were traveling


west on Sunny Hills Boulevard,
came to the intersection at High-
way 77 and stopped. Carden's
dump truck was traveling north-
bound when the Bellamys pulled
out into Carden's path.
Carden took evasive action,
braking and steering to the right,
subsequently striking the Bell-
mays' vehicle on the left side.


Both vehicles came to rest in the
northbound lane of State Road
77.
Mr. Bellamy received fatal
injuries at the scene and Mrs.
Bellamy was taken to Northwest
Florida Community Hospital
where she was pronounced dead
See WRECK, page 3A


Wausau Christmas
The Christmas Parade and
Santa will be on December 10
at 10 a.m. Anyone wishing to
enter the parade please contact
Margaret Riley at the Town Hall
638-1781 or 260-570. Santa will
be at the Town Hall to see all the
children, with goodie bags to the
kids and refreshments for all.

Vernon Christmas
parade
The City of Vernon will host
its annual Christmas parade on
Saturday, December 10. The
parade is scheduled to begin
promptly at 1 p.m. down Main
Street. Lineup for the parade
will begin at 12:30 p.m. at the
track behind the Vernon High
School. Immediately following
the parade, Santa Claus will be
at the City Hall to visit with the
children. For more information,
and for those wishing to partici-
pate in the parade please contact
Becky at City Hall by calling
(850) 535-2444.

Chipley Christmas
Washington County Chamber
of Commerce is accepting ap-
plications for the annual Chipley
Christmas parade to be held Dec.
3. Deadline for entries is 1 p.m.
Dec. 2. Applications must be
turned in by deadline in order for
an entry to be eligible to win a
prize.
The lineup will begin at 2:
30 p.m. at the old Chipley High
School track. The parade will
begin at 3:30 p.m. Prizes will be
awarded for the top three float
entries. They will be presented
at 6 p.m. Dec. 13 at the Chipley
City Council meeting.
The annual parade and Christ-
mas celebration will include
artisans and craftsmen showing
their wares in downtown Chipley
from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Pictures with Santa and story
time will follow the parade at the
Gingerbread House on Church
Street. There will be musical
entertainment throughout the
afternoon. For more information,
or a parade application, call the
Chamber of Commerce at (850)
638-4157.

Looking for
arts and crafts
The Chipley Downtown Ac-
tivities committee is looking for
artisans and craftsmen to share
their knowledge during the Holi-
See HOLIDAYS, page 3A


KMS Spelling
Bee winners
Above: Contestants of
2005 Spelling Bee held at
Kate M. Smith Elemen-
tary on Nov. 17. Right:
Kate M. Smith Elemen-
tary conducted the 2005
Spelling Bee on Nov.
17. Winners from left
to right: Mary Bowen,
third place, Garrett
Pletcher, second place,
and Eric Holmes First
Place.


Board of Commissioners meets in regular session


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
The Washington County
Board of County Commissioners
met in regular session on Thurs-
day, November 17 at the county
annex on South Boulevard. The
meeting was moved up a week
due to Thanksgiving falling on
the regular meeting day.
The Board conducted the fol-
lowing business:
*Approved the consent agenda
as reported in last Wednesday's
paper.
*Approved the final contract
with Honeywell for the firm to
improve energy efficiency at
various county buildings, with
the savings used to fund the


improvements. The Board ap-
proved the contract 4-1 with
Conanissioner Lenzy Corbin
opposing. The Board will de-
cide whether to use Honeywell's
financing plan or to finance the
improvements itself at its next
meeting on Thursday, December
15 at 8 a.m.
*Approved a building permit
for Steve Juhsae for a five-acre
lot in Seminole Plantation.
*Heard a request from attorney
Jesse Rigby, who represented
Wachovia Bank on Seminole
Plantation. Rigby told the Board
that several more property own-
ers will be coming to the County
for building permits, and that the
Board needed to provide guid-


ance on policy. At issue is plat-
ting and roads.
Rigby said that title compa-
nies require proof of egress and
ingress before issuing title insur-
ance. If the property in question
is 4.5 acres or larger, then it is not
necessary to have a platted road.
Rigby expressed concern that
property owners can get permits,
and was also concerned that the
Board might be telling property
owners that they can't use their
property. "That's a harsh thing
for you to do as a Commission,"
Rigby said.
County Planning Consultant
Randy Parker said that some
See BOARD, page 3A


Changes

announced

in providing

Court reports

to newspaper
Washington County News will
have substantially more difficul-
ty bringing readers Circuit Court
results due to changes instituted
at the Washington County Clerk
of Courts office.
A member of the News staff
went to pick up a copy of the
most recent court docket with all
vital information involving case
results and sentencing on Mon-
day morning.
He was told by an official that
the decades-long method of pro.
viding reports to the newspaper
was changing.
"We will no longer allow you
to take the dockets with the in-
formation on them. If you want
we will print a blank docket and
you can pull every case and find
out the results," said a member of
the clerk's staff.
The member of the News staff
who went to pick up the reports
informed the member of the
clerk's staff that this is the way
it has been done for many years.
and asked why it should change
now.
"You have been catered to by
previous staff and we will no
longer do that," said the staff
member."
Holmes County Times-Adver
tiser, the News' sister paper, has
the same setup and agreement
that was traditionally done in
Washington County with the
Holmes County Clerk's Office.
and there are no problems.
Holmes County dockets are
printed out and are available
for pick-up, thanks to the coop.
eration of Clerk of Courts Cody
Taylor and his staff.
Attempts to contact Wash.
ington County Clerk of Courts
Linda Cook went unanswered as
of press time.


TSIC gets donation
Fred and Jeanne Lavender present Don Walters
with a check for $2500 to be matched by the Orange
Hill Soil and Water Conservation District. This local
contribution will then be matched by Take Stock in
Children to make a $10,000 scholarship available to
a Washington County student. Take Stock in Chil- -
dren is a scholarship initiative geared to children
between the sixth and ninth grades who meet fed- "'
eral poverty guidelines. Recipients are selected by a
group of local educators, sponsors and civic leaders.
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 school system at (850) 527-9274. For
information visit www.takestockinchildren.com


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Gold Key member
Sherri Rosanne Harris
of Hattiesburg has accept-
ed membership in Golden
Key International Honour
Society and was honored
at an induction ceremony
at the University of South-
ern Mississippi. She is a
graduate of Washington
County schools and the
daughter of Ray and Thera
Harris of Crystal Village.


Wausau Town Council examines highway plans


Sherri Rosanne Harris


Regulations announced for

new cemetery in Vernon


SANDI OHMER
Staff Writer
Vernon City Council
held a special meeting on
Nov. 15 to determine regu-
lations for the cemetery
at Vernon Evangelistic
Church.
Terria Davis brought in
two types of mini-vaults
for the council to view and
reported that there is no
such thing as a water-proof
vault. The proper term is
'sealed water tight." The
sealed water tight vaults
come with warranties rang-
ing from 50 to 75 years. It
was reported by Davis that
the seal-tight vault may
float in a severe flood, but
would not open.
David Austin recom-
mended no above ground
vaults due to hurricanes.
Members of the church
said they had no plans to
bury anyone above the
ground. The cemetery is
planning to have in-ground
markers with grass grow-
ing over the graves. There
are two existing tomb-
stones in the cemetery at
the present time, but tomb-
stones will not be allowed
in the future.
Oscar Ward recom-
mended that the church
find out what regulations
cemeteries had to comply
with. according to Florida
law. Sherry, Cob,b,,1sity
clerk said that graveyards
less than five acres did not
have to comply to state
laws. Ward said he did
not feel the council had
-enough information to set
restrictions at that time.
Ward motioned that no
restrictions be set until the
church find out what state
requirements are and com-
ply with state law. Motion
died due to lack of second.


It was determined by the
council that:
*The church will main-
tain all ditches on their
property to help prevent
water drainage problems.
*Any body buried must
be buried underground in a
sealed water-tight vault.
*If any environmental or
health hazards arise from
the graveyard, the church
will be held responsible.
*Vernon City Council
meeting was held on Nov.
14. the council approved:
The Community Affairs
Grant in the amount of
$10,000. It will be used
to update the Capital Im-
provements Element of the
Comprehensive Plan,
Management to do a dis-
cussion and analysis of city
financial data to be com-
piled in a report to send
to the Auditor General's
office.
Permission was given to
contact someone to come
in and assist Sherry Cobb,
city clerk, in generating
the report.
No extension of time
or increase in bid submit-
ted to J&P Construction.
Council members felt that
the bid was submitted
and accepted prior to the
hurricanes, therefore, J&P
Construction should hold
to the contracting price.
Counci agred to poRilSly
revisit this once the project
was completed. If there is a
surplus of funds, the board
may decide to send J&P
Construction more money.
Councilman John Cook
Jr. reminded Council that
the personnel policy needs
to be reviewed. Members
agreed to review copies
of the policy and discuss
changes at the next meet-
ing.


A regular meeting of Wausau
Town Council on Nov. 10 con-
cerned area clean up, waste
management pickup, and rout-
ing Highway 77 around the town
instead of through it.
Mayor pro-tem Roger Hagan,
Dallas Carter and Gail Culbreth,
members of the town council
were present while Mayor
George Rogers and Beatrice
Wood were not.
The consent agenda wasap-
proved: minutes, bills and
financial statements; a donation
of $100 each to Chipley and
Vernon high schools for Project
Graduation; and purchase of
Quick Books Pro accounting
software with payroll abilities.
Attending were Washington
County Commission Chairman
Ronnie Finch; County Admin-
istrator Peter Herbert; Stacy
Webb, Washington County
Grants Writer; Judy Watford of
the County Computer Depart-
ment; Jerry Brock, 911 director,
and Roger Hagan, Washington
County EOC and public safety
director. Each gave a brief


overview of their respective
departments, with emphasis on
growth.
The clerk, Margaret Riley, re-
ported that the Town of Caryville
provides their own waste pickup
for $12 per month for residents
within the town limits. She said
that Rogers had asked her to
hold off on checking fuel prices
until closer to contract renewal
as prices are coming down.
Nancy Harris presented a
petition from residents wanting
to get Wausau cleaned up. It was
signed by about 40 residents.
Harris said some residences
along Highway 77 are in very
bad shape and that Wausau was
once a nice clean town with the
exception of a few residences.
Hagan said Council would
present the petition to the town
attorney for review but suggest-
ed that if residents had concerns
they should call Washington
County Code Enforcement, with
which the town has an interlocal
agreement to enforce the town's
litter control ordinance. Hagan
assured Harris that "Council


would look into the issue and
it would not be brushed under
the table."
A letter from the county
administrator addressed the
council's concerns about a
contract for animal control. In
it, he stated that "the contract
had been rewritten to include
Caryville, however, the $1,800
annual fee for Wausau did not
change." The clerk was directed
to look into other options.
The clerk presented council
with Resolution No. 05-007:
A resolution of the Town of
Wausau adopting a 24 CFR Part
8 self-evaluation plan and a 24-
CFR Part I Transition plan for
the community. The resolution
carried.
The clerk presented council
with a list of deficiencies found
in the ADA inspection. She said
most items would be taken care
of inthe grant with the exception
of the water fountain in Town
Hall. Council agreed to replace
the existing fountain with an
ADA-approved fountain.
On the recommendation of


Planning Consultant Randy
Parker, Council authorized the
mayor to sign the contract with
DCA and to choose Option 1
to update the Capital Improve.
ments Element to the compare
hensive plan. Culbreth made the
motion, Carter seconded it and
all present voted aye. A proposal
on needed truck repairs was
presented by the clerk. Seaborn
Repair bid $469.86 and Nichols
Auto Repair's bid was $399
Low bid was accepted.
Culbreth said she was not
happy with the proposed route
of Highway 77 bypassing the
town and that she felt if the
road went around the town, "we
would have no town."
After discussion, with Cul.
breth noting that Highway 79
was going through downtown
Vernon, she made a motion for
the clerk to prepare a letter to the
Florida Department of Transpor
station Director and ask him, on
behalf of the council, to recon-
sider the route through Wausau.
The motion was approved 2-1.
Hagan voted nay.


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Toys for Tots
The annual Toys for Tots Christmas program is under-
way. If you bring in a toy costing $10 or more to Curves
in Chipley, you can earn vouchers and also be able to put
your name into a drawing for a gift basket. Gift baskets
include a robe, pajamas, slippers, a protein shake, a mea-
suring cup, a coffee mug and a shoe bag. Five gift baskets
will be drawn. The toys will help local children have a
merry Christmas.
A recent food drive was a big success (above). Food
dropped off at Curves went to the Children's Home Soci-
ety (351 cans) and Tri-County Community Council (401
cans).

Gail Adams Memorial Fund
The Gail Adams Memorial Fund will hold a benefit at
Chipley Auto Parts at 1220 Jackson Avenue (Hwy. 90)
in Chipley on Dec. 13, 9 a.m. 4 p.m. Bill Elliot's NAS-
CAR show car will be on display along with several local
race cars.
Merchandise to be given away will include: an elec-
Stric scooter. a Sony stereo system,, two 125-piece tool
sets, roll-a-round tool box, parts washer, two pallets of
sod, chainsaw, a four -drawer tool cart, and a lot of other
items. There will be hot dogs and soft drinks available.
All proceeds will go to the Gail Adams Memorial Fund
which supports Chipley High School boys' baseball and
girls' softball programs. For information call 638-7990 .

Holiday Tour of Homes
Chipley Woman's Club will hold its Holiday Tour of
Homes 1-5 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 4. A mature driving class
for individuals age 50 and over will be held Tuesday,
Nov. 29, and Wednesday, Nov. 30. Classes will meet at
8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. each day.

Senior driving course
Washington County Council and Aging, Inc. and
AARP are co-sponsoring the eight-hour course devel-
oped especially for the senior driver with years of driv-
ing experience. It will be held at the Washington County
Emergency Management office.
The National Safety Council course reviews basic
driving knowledge, new traffic laws and introduces
techniques to help off-set the effects of the aging process
on driver performance. It is geared to the senior's safety
needs and helps compensate for age-related changes.
The course is approved by the DHSMV for a three-year
insurance premium reduction. There is no testing and a
fee of $10. Enroll by calling the office of the Washington
County Council on Aging at 638-6216 or 638-6217.Tick-
ets, at $5 each, will be available at the club house on Fifth
Street the day of the tour, or from any club member.

Movie Day at the library
Movie Day at the Washington County Library in
Chipley on Friday, December 16 at 2 p.m. features "The
Polar Express." Free popcorn. Bring your own soda, or
its 55 cents for a soda from our drink machine, or a cup
will be provided for water.

Kiwanis fruit sale
Chipley Kiwanis Club's annual fruit sale, suspended
last year due to extensive crop damage from the series of
hurricanes, which hit Florida, has returned this year.
Local Kiwanians will take orders for the Indian River
citrus until Dec. 6 for fruit boxes to be delivered just in
time for Christmas, on Dec. 15.
Oranges, ruby red grapefruit and tangelos will be
available in 20- and 40-pound boxes. Cost ranges from
$15 to $25 depending on fruit selected and size of the
box. There will also be special mixed boxes of tangelos-
oranges-grapefruit, apples-oranges-grapefruit or oranges-
grapefruit for $20 each. Orders may be placed with any
club member or by contacting Chairman Darrin Wall at
Gulf Power. Call 415-4201.

Smoke alarms
The Chipley Fire Department is offering free smoke
alarms to local residents. Applicants must stop by the
Chipley Fire Department at 1430 Jackson Avenue and
pick up a form to request the smoke alarm.


BOARD
Continued from page 1A
roads need to be looked
at case by case, but each
parcel does not have to be
looked at case by case.
Commissioner Lynn
Cope expressed his con-
cern about maintaining
those roads on the county
maintenance list. "These
roads are in pretty good
shape," Cope said, but he
also said that more permits
mean more traffic and
more wear-and-tear on the
roads.
*Heard County Engineer
Cliff Knauer of Preble-
Rish, the County's engi-
neering firm, report that
a great deal of the cost of
road work in Seminole
Plantation will be improv-
ing drainage. "It will be as
much or more than fixing
the roads," Knauer said.
Knauer also reported
that he negotiated "the
budget within the bud-
get" with C.W. Roberts
Construction for Orange
Hill Highway, and the
work now planned will
satisfy grant requirements.
Knauer told the Board
that a number of "bells
and whistles" have been
removed from the plan to
get the project within bud-
get. The originally planned
width of the pavement will
remain. Items removed
include paving driveways
to property lines and de-
leting three large box cul-
verts. Deleting the latter
will save about $700,000,
Knauer said. The price of
asphalt was reduced from
$80 a ton to $65 a ton.
Knauer said he plans to
proceed with the project
and hopes to begin with
the section from Orange
Hill Highway to Brickyard
Road.
Knauer said that he has
the survey back for the
Swindell Lake project. The
Florida Boating Impact
Project request is due by
the end of February 2006.
This project has tight re-
quirements, including pro-
viding handicap access.
Knauer also reported
that $114,000 in fund-
ing was received for the
Gap Pond project, which
includes improvements
to parking and providing
handicap access. One idea
he mentioned for this and
other boat landing projects
was to prepare pre-fabri-
cated boat ramp sections


WRECK
Continued from page 1A
The bodies were transport-
ed to the medical examin-
ers office in Panama City.
Mr. Bellamy was born
in Willowbar, Okla. and
Mrs. Bellamy was born
in Handsboro, Miss. They
met in 1941 at Keesler
Field in Biloxi, Miss., and
married on May 29, 1943.
Mr. Bellamy, a member
of the Army AirCorp., at-
tained the rank of Staff
Sgt.
After his discharge,
they moved to Rockville,
Md. where he worked in
the bookbinding business
while Mrs. Bellamy was
both, homemaker and gov-
ernment employee.
Upon retiring in 1977
they moved to Sunny Hills.


that could be pulled in or
out as required. This way
all the county would have
to do is fix the gravel and
slide in a section of boat
ramp.
Knauer said that he is
waiting on the survey for
Leisure Lakes Road and
is setting grades on Allison
Lane. Some utility poles
still need to be moved at
the latter site. There was
also discussion of what
sort of arrangements will
be made for impact on wet-
lands with the Brickyard
Road sidewalk project.
*Heard County Grant
Writer Stacey Webb aid
Wausau Town Clerk Mar-
garet Riley reported that
the Jones property of 11.3
acres on Pioneer Road was
being offered to Wausau,
and the parties involved
had agreed to a non-bind-
ing contract. Price offered
is about $10,000 an acre
and Riley said Jones will
hold the property for the
town.
The property is near the
Possum Palace, and could
be the site of a new fire
station, which Riley said is
very badly needed. Other
possible projects for the
site include a new commu-
nity building and town hall,
or a new library. Another
possible project could be
a combined EMS/EMA
facility, which would allow
permanently stationing an
ambulance in that part of
the county and providing a
backup EOC.
Webb asked the Board to
make the Wausau project
the one project requested
from the state legislature.
She said that at a recent
meeting with State Sen.
Durell Peaden and State
Rep. Don Brown, the
two legislators said that
there is a better chance
of getting just one request
funded rather than sending
a four or five item "wish
list" as has been done in
recent years. This would
be a Community Budget
request. The Board ap-
proved submitting the
Wausau project alone, and
there was discussion of ex-
amining other projects and
ranking them for future
requests.
SApproved applying for
the planning phase for
SCRAP road projects.
*Approved negotiating a
price for CPA services with
Carr, Riggs and Ingram of
Marianna.


*Approved purchasing
a used three-quarter-ton
truck for $2,500 from
Tony's Glass, and purchas-
ing a 16-foot stock trailer
for $2,200. The Board is
still seeking a used one-ton
truck.
*Approved seeking an
interlocal agreement and a
special legislative act with
Walton County to use the
section line as the county
line on Cow Ford Island in
south Washington County.
Property owners have been
paying taxes to both coun-
ties due to confusion over
property lines.
*Approved signing the
deed to the T.J. Roulhac
Enrichment and Activity
Center.
*Approved having Road
and Bridge employees take
a free eight-hour HAZMAT
course.
*Approved having the
firm of Grimley, Calvin
and Rooks provide the
financial statement to the
auditor for Fiscal Year
2004-05.
*Approved renewing
inmate catastrophic injury
and illness insurance with
Hunt Insurance Group for
$4,718. There is a $20,000
deductible. The insurance
is being used for the first
time on an inmate with
about $35,000 in medical
bills.
*Approved taking
building inspector Willie
Vaughn off probation and
adjusting his pay accord-
ingly.
*Approved opening the
Recycling Center every
Saturday from 7 a.m. to
noon. The center is getting
a considerable amount of
business. Employee hours
will be rotated. The center
is funded by a grant.
*Approved by a 4-1 vote,
with Board Chairman Jerry
Sapp opposing, to raise


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day Stroll planned for Nov.
11. Artisans and craftsmen
are also needed for the
annual Christmas Cel-
ebration to be held Dec. 3.
Those interested in taking
part in one or both activi-
ties should contact Trudee
Wills at (850) 638-3330.

Vernon Holiday
Festival Dec. 3
The Outdoor Circle is
looking for artists, crafters,


prices for tires dropped
off at the Recycling Center
to offset increasing costs
of disposing of the tires
New prices will be $1 for
regular tires, $3 for tractor
trailer tires, $10 for tractor
tires, and $20 for skidder
tires.
Sapp said he opposed
the increases because he
was concerned that in-
creasing the prices would
keep people from dropping
off tires.
*Approved getting a one-
time property appraisal to
base future requests for
reimbursement to Deltona
on.
*Approved an easement
off Daniels Lake Road.
*Approved using the
22-passenger former "Sun-
shine Express" bus to carry
inmates from the Caryville
work camp to save trips.
The inmates will be carried
to a central location and
pickup up by crew super
visors.
*Approved allowing the
county library to close
December 21-27 for the
holidays and to catch up
with paperwork.
*Approved purchasing
$25 Christmas gift certifi-
cates for county employ.
ees.
*Heard that the wooden
bridge on Sandpath Road
was fixed. FDOT wanted
to close the bridge.
*Approved providing
diagnostic tools for the
recently hired mechanic
for about $3,000. The me.
chanic was using his own
tools.
eApproved keeping pay
the same for the "floater'
at Road and Bridge. The
person is moving to dump
truck operator and will still
do "floater" work (which
means filling in at other
positions when someone is
out) if needed.


food vendors, civic groups.
churches, individual fami.
lies and organizations that
are interested in participat-
ing in the inaugural Vernon
Holiday Festival to be held
Dec. 3, on Hwy. 79 in
Vernon. Hours will be 10
a.m. -3 p.m. Booth fees are
$20 for those selling items
for profit. Non-profit and
public information booths
are free.
For more information or
to volunteer, contact Nelle
at (850) 535-5000 or stop
by 3029 Main Street to fill
out an application.


They were active in their
church and were instru-
mental in the building of
Sunny Hills Community
Church, Presbyterian USA.
Both served as elders at
various times, she was
clerk of the session. They
were also honored when
the garden next to the
church was named Bel-
lamy Gardens.
Mr. Bellamy also be-
longed to the Sunny Hills
Volunteer Fire Department
for 20 years, 10 of those as
chief. He continued to as-
sist the fire department as
a fund-raiser and received
several awards for his
work.
He was also an avid fish-
erman. Both were active in
bowling leagues.
Complete obituary,
page 8B.


Correction
In last Wednesday's Washington County News arrest
reports Jacqueline Denise Mellen, w/f, 40, Chipley; was
reported as being arrested on DUI alcohol or drugs. The
charges were incorrect and Mellen is not charged with
any crime.

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support group each Monday, beginning November 28,
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Wednesday, November 23, 2005 -


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JEREMY RAINES
Sports Editor
As the high school
football season is winding
down and the only area
team left in the playoffs is
the Graceville Tigers, I feel
a need to look back at the
exciting season we have
witnessed.
The season opened with
the obvious challenge of
area teams facing the task
of playing in new districts
and a much tougher road to
the playoffs.
Everyone knew that Ver-
non and Blountstown were
the teams to beat in District
2-Class 2B, and that held
true to form as the season
unfolded. Vernon was the
most dominate offensive
team I have seen take the
field in many years. Their
precision passing and pow-
er running game gave fits
to every team they faced.
The Yellow Jackets were
blessed with one of the
top quarterbacks, Jed Tyre,
in the state and one of the
most talented rushers in the
state, Robert Potter.
These two combined
for elite numbers on the
year and will be on a lot of
peoples' watch lists for the
chance to play at the next
level.
Holmes County may
have been the most sur-
prising team in the area.
The Devils' record was
average, but the team was
one of the most feared in
the area at game time.
If you ask any coach in
this area everyone will tell
you the last team they want
to play is Holmes County.
The Devils were led by
seniors, Zac Nail, Kentral
Ector, Robert Brown, Alec
Wells and Jesse Durrance.
They were the team lead-
ers and led the Devils to a
strong season.
Chipley began the sea-
son with high hopes of
making a run for the play-
offs.
The team met with in-
jury after injury, however,
that killed any hope the Ti-
gers had for making a run.
Chipley finished with a
losing record for the first
time in many years and
injuries left the team in
turmoil as the season came
to a close. The Tiger locker
room looked more like a
M.A.S;H. unit than a dress-
ing room when you looked
around and saw player
after player on crutches or
with slings around their
shoulders.
Chipley suffered through
a tough season, but the Ti-
gers should return with a
lot of talent next season.
The only team still in
the playoffs is the one team
that many over looked,
Graceville.
The Tigers were for-
tunate to be placed in the
newly formed Class lB,
but they didn't take the gift
for granted and have taken
full advantage of their
chance at a state title.
Graceville will host the
state semi-finals game this
Friday and could advance
to the state championship
in Miami on Dec. 2.
As you look back on this
season it has been filled
with highs and lows, but
you must take your hat off
to each athlete that made
the commitment, to the
team to play whether they
were 9-1 or 3-7.


These kids never quit
putting forth the effort and
showed up to play every
night.


For the second straight
year, the Vernon Yellow
Jackets ended their run
for a state championship
in Blountstown.
The Jackets went toe-
to-toe with the Tigers and
led after three quarters,
but eventually could not
overcome five turnovers,
and in the fourth quarter
the Tigers took the game
away, earning the 35-21
victory.
The Tigers took the
opening kick and started
on their 25-yard line. The
Jackets' defense was on
fire and forced a three and
out. The Jackets started
on their 45-yard line. Se-
nior quarterback,
Jed Tyre was in the
shotgun on the first play
and hit Robert Potter for a
55-yard touchdown. Tyre
added the point and the
Jackets led early 7-0.
The Tigers started the
ensuing drive on their 36
and went three and out.
Josh Crundwell re-
turned the punt to the
Jacket 38. On second-and-
13 Tyre threw to Decoya
White, but was picked off
by Titus Overholt for the
game's first turnover.
The Tigers started at
their 40 and went three-
and-out.
Crundwell called for
the fair catch at the Jacket
37. On second and six,
Tyre had trouble with the
snap and the ball came
free. The Tigers recovered
and quarterback, Michael
Guilford had good field
position at the Jacket 43.
Guilford ran for 11 yards,
followed by a two-yard
gain setting up a second
and eight at the Jacket 30.
Guilford handed to
Chance Attawy on con-
secutive plays and the
Tigers were at the Jacket
13. On third-and-three
from the 13, Guilford car-
ried for the touchdown.
Jacob Williams added the
point and the game was
tied 7-7.
On the ensuing kick,
Ashon V. Davis returned
to the Jackets 34, and a
flag for a Tigers' late hit
out-of-bounds moved the
ball to the 49. Gio Works
carried for a first down at
the Tiger 32.
The drive stalled, but
on fourth and seven from
the 29, Tyre hit Bryan


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The Vernon offense controlled the game for the first half, but turnovers spelled disaster for the Jackets in their
loss to Blountstown.


Works for a first down at
the Tiger 16. Robert Pot-
ter carried to the 12 as the
first quarter ended 7 7.
The second started with
George Works carrying to
the two and Robert Potter
took it in for the score.
Tyre added the PAT and
the score was 14-7.
The Tigers again went
three and out and punted
to Josh Crundwell.
The Jackets started at
their 25. They kept the
ball on the ground but did
not pick up a first down,
and faced a fourth-and-
one from their 34. Tyre
dropped to punt.
The snap went to block-
ing back Josh Crundwell
and after two hard-fought
yards the Jackets had a
first down.
Tyre hit White for 22
yards and Holley for 16,
setting up a first and ten at
the Tiger 26.
From the shotgun for-
mation, the snap went
over Tyre's head. He tried
to recover near mid-field
but could not, and the Ti-
gers'had their third turn-


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Jed Tyre has been
state all season.


one of the top quarterbacks in the


over of the first half.
The Jackets defense
was again tough and got
the ball back, on a fourth-
down sack by Robert Pot-
ter, but time ran down and
the first half ended 14 7.
The Jackets took the
second-half kick and the
Tyre-led offense, was, in
charge. They started at
their 29 and picked up a
first down at the Tiger 42.
Potter carried for four
yards followed by a
completion to White and
a shoestring tackle that
prevented White from go-
ing the distance.
On first-and-10 from
the Tiger 36, Tyre hit
White for a gain of five.
Potter carried and lost a
yard, setting up third-and-
six from the 32.
Tyre floated a beauti-
ful pass to the corer of
the end zone and White
hauled it in for a Jacket
touchdown. Tyre added
the point after and the
score was 21-7.
The teams exchanged
punts and late in the pe-
riod the Tigers started at
the their 25. Guilford hit
Overholt for a gain to the
Jacket 44 on third and 11.
Guilford again hit Over-
holt for a first down at the
Jacket 25.
Chance Attaway car-
ried up the middle and
had his first touchdown
of the night. Williams
added the point and with
:58 seconds remaining in
the third quarter the score
was 21-14.
On the kick-off, White
returned for the Jackets
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40.
The whistle did not
blow and the Tigers wres-
tled the ball from White,
recovered the fumble, and
started at the Jackets 40.
The third quarter ended
with the Tigers second
and five at the Jackets ,15,.
' The Jackets'' defense'
held again at the start of
the fourth as Guilford's
pass to Clark Purvis was
dropped in the end zone
on fourth down and the
Jackets took over.
The Jackets started at
their 13 and went three
and out.
Tyre punted and the Ti-
gers started on the Jacket
43. Demarco Johnson
carried to the 25 for a first
down.
On second-and-nine
Buddy Brock sacked


Guilford, setting up a
third-and-18 from the 33.
Guilford hit Overholt for
the touchdown. Williams
added the point and the
score was 21-21.
The Jackets started at
their own 26. The momen-
tum had shifted to the Ti-
gers, and the Tiger defense
was in charge. Tyre was
sacked twice and on third-
and-20 threw an intercep-
tion to Chase Fox.
Fox was untouched as
he went into the end zone
to give the Tigers their first
lead with 2:32 remaining.
Williams added the point
making the score 28-21.
The Jackets could not
move the ball and turned
it over on downs.
Chance Attaway added
a touchdown in the final
seconds, and the final
score was 35-21.


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Graceville's offense scored early and often against FAMU High.


Quarterback Lee Steverson brings the Tigers to the line in Friday night's game.


Graceville advances to state semi-finals following 42-7 win


GAIL MOUL
Sports Correspondent
Last Friday night the
Graceville Tigers earned
the right to play in the
state semi-finals with the
42-7 win over FAMU
High School. The win
improved the Tigers to 8-
4 on the season and setup
the semifinal match-up
in Graceville this Friday
night against Warner
Christian Academy from
Daytona Beach.
The Tigers story usually
revolves around the great
offensive play and steals
the headlines. But on this
night it was the defense
that stole the show as they
allowed only seven points
to be scored.
I feel the need to men-
tion some of these players
and congratulate them for
their performance.


Drew Crutchfield,
Andre Belcher, Leron
Hoover, Cruz Clark, D.J.
Walters, J.J. Henderson,
Foy Wilson, Chris Moore
(the team's leading tack-
ler), Brandon Sadler,
Leron Johsnon, Chase
Ivey, Even Barber, Justin
Brogdon, Phillip Obar,
Shawn Marshall, Drew
Padgett, Ryan Ward and
Jery Baker have all been
huge parts of the Tigers'
success thus far. in the
season, and many of the
games would not have
been won without the ef-
fort of these young men.
The team shutout
Quincy Munroe, Car-
rabelle, Apalachicola
and Bozeman and only
allowed seven points
to FAMU High which
was averaging 27 points
per game. They also al-


lowed single digit totals
to Aucilla Christian the
week before.
The offense has led the
team all season long and
has been the highlight of
the team in many games,
Jay Jay Laster, Lee Ste-
verson, Tissi Robinson,
Brandon Wilson, Darnell
Laster, Mauntrez Bullock,
Foy Wilson and several
others have made the of-
fense click.
The Tiger coaching
staff deserves a lot of the
credit for taking such a
young group of kids and
being able to develop
team work and integrity in
this team. In the game Fri-
day night Lee Steverson
passed to Brandon Wilson
for a 40-yard touchdown
with 7:19 left in the first
quarter. Robinson's PAT
attempt was good and the


Tigers led 7-0.
Jay Jay Laster got in
on the scoring kick as he
took the ball in from the
10 yard line with 8:21 left
in the second quarter.
The PAT attempt was
god and the score read 14-
0, Graceville.
Both teams exchanged
punts in the quarter and
with just three minutes
left in the opening half,
J.J. Henderson dove in the
end zone from one-yard
out to give the Tigers a
21-0 half time lead.
Graceville received the
kick to open the second
half and once again the Ti-
gers offense was clicking
on all cylinders as Laster
scored his second touch-
down of the night to give
the Tigers a 28-0 lead.
A turnover gave the
Tigers the ball right back
and Laster scored again,
this time from 15-yard
out, to run the Tigers lead
to 35-0.
O Once again the Tigers
defense came up big forc-
ing a punt and giving the
ball back to the offense.
Steverson dropped back
and hit a streaking Foy
Wilson for the touchdown
and a dominate 42-0 lead.
The Tigers had scored
21 points in just over four


minutes of the quarter.
FAMU finally got on the
board against the JV team
when a fumble gave them
the ball on the 20 yard
line.
FAMU scored, cutting


the lead to 42-7.
The fourth quarter was
all Tigers as they kept the
ball on the ground with the
running of eighth-grader
Antrell Wright, keeping
the clock running.


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GHS Coach Will Holley congratulates his team following the win.


Messer looks to lead Blue

Devils to District 2-3A title


JEREMY RAINES
Sports Editor
Holmes County High
School boys basketball
team is just one of several
teams in the area that will
feature a new coach roam-
ing the hardwoods.
Holmes County is on
their second coach in as
many seasons and this
time they turned to a na-
tive of Bonifay to lead the
squad.
Lyle Messer a 1997
graduate of Holmes
County High School re-
turns home to coach the
Blue Devils after spend-
ing the past five seasons
coaching in the Pensacola
area.
Messer graduated from
the University of West
Florida in 2001. He then
took a coaching position
at Northview High School
in Bratt. He coached foot-
ball, basketball and track.
In 2002 he took a position


at Pine Forest from 2002-
05 where he coached the
same three sports.
This will be the first
basketball head coaching
position for Messer.
"I am excited to be back
home and look forward to
doing great things for our
program," said Messer.
HCHS will be lead
by a strong senior class.
Steven Andrews, Justin
Bruce and Ryan Hodge
will be called upon to
lead the team in the new-
ly aligned districts. The
Devils will now play in
Class 3A District 2 which
features, Chipley, Mari-
anna and Holmes County.
"We are a very young
team overall and will
have to rely on several
freshman and sopho-
mores to find roles on the
team," said Messer.
Brock Dockery will be
called upon for his long-
range shooting touch to


help lead the Devils to the
playoffs.
The Blue Devils have
the luxury of hosting this
year's district tournament,
which should help their
efforts to make the play-
offs.
"Hosting the tourna-
ment should help us feel
comfortable and hope-
fully give us and edge,"
said Messer.
The new districts could
certainly be favorable for
the Devils if the young
players step up and pro-
vide a lift to the seniors.
Coach Messer has a tal-
ented line-up and a team
that in the end should be a
playoff contender.
Season underway
Bonifay tipped off the
regular season this week
with games against coun-
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Chipley's Lady Tigers rolled to their first district win over Marianna.


Lady Tigers prepare for


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Chipola men and women earn


another title run in 2005-06 top rank in state following wins


JEREMY RAINES
Sports Editor
The 2005-06 Chipley
Lady Tiger basketball
team has opened the sea-
son right were they left
off last season.
The Lady Tigers com-
ing off a state semifinal-
ist finish last season has
opened play with domi-
nate wins over district
opponents.
Chipley finds them-
selves in the newly
aligned districts which
now consist of Bonifay
and Marianna as the only
foes in the Tigers district.
The changes also moves
the Lady Tigers up in
class and they are now
part of Class 3A.
Chipley will be lead
my senior forwards Emi
McCullough and Erica
Sewell who will anchor
the team.
Chipley will also rely
on several underclassman
to help the squad main-
tain there dominance in
district play.
The Lady Tigers will
once again be led by


long-time Chipley coach-
ing staple Rickey Mc-
Cullough.
Chipley opened their
new district play with a
dominate home win over
Marianna on last Thurs-
day in Chipley. The Lady
Tigers came to play and
controlled the game from
opening tip to finish.
The first quarter saw
the Tigers jump out to
an early 25-2 lead, as
the Lady Bulldogs could
mount no offense.
Chipley kept the pres-
sure defense on the Bull-
dogs and pulled away to a
44-16 half time lead.
The second half result-
ed in a running clock due
to the sizable Tiger lead
and Chipley never let up
finishing the game with a
66-27 win.
Leading the way in
scoring for the Tigers
were J.T. Hogans with 21,
Emi McCullough with 20,
Teanna Hill with 12, Erica
Sewell with six, and Kassi
Shackleford, Tiffany Ow-
ens and Tiffany Gonzalez
with two each.


Sewell and Mc-
Cullough lead the team
with seven rebounds each
and McCullough also
added 10 assists.
Previously in the week
the Lady Tigers dropped
there only game of the
season, 63-43, when they
travelled to Graceville to
face the Lady Tigers.
Chipley has had a stran-
gle hold on the series as of
late as they have won the
past four match-ups.
Chipley came out and
struggled from the start,
and the Graceville Ti-
gers hit everything they
threw up. While Chipley
struggled to get shots
off. Chipley trailed by as
many as 15 points in the
first half but made a run
to cut the lead to eight
by half time. The second
half was much the same
as they fell behind early
and never could cut into
the lead.
Leading the Tigers in
scoring was Emi Mc-
Cullough with 29, Kassi
Shackleford with six and
Erica Sewell with four.


The Chipola College
men's and women's bas-
ketball teams are both un-
defeated and ranked num-
ber one in their respective
FCCAA polls.
The Indians are 4-0 fol-
lowing a pair of wins in
Kirkwood, Iowa, Nov. 11-
12. Chipola beat Southeast-
ern CC, 87-75. The Indians
swamped Illinois Central,
82-65, on Nov. 12.
Chipola is ranked first
in the men's state FCCAA
poll. Other Panhandle
Conference teams in the
top 10 include: OW, tied
for third place; TCC (5);
and Gulf Coast (10).
The Chipola men's squad
continues road games in
Chicago, IL, on Nov. 18-
19, before returning home
to host Chattahoochee Val-
ley and Florida Prep in the
Norris Langston Classic,
Nov. 25-26.
The Indians who were
ranked second in the
NJCAA pre-season poll
began the season with
two wins in the Milton H.
Johnson Classic. Chipola
downed the Genesis One
Eagles, 122-83, on Nov. 4.


The Indians grounded the
South Georgia Tech Jets,
77-46, on Nov. 4.
Chipola is the defend-
ing Florida Region VIII
and Panhandle Conference
champion.
The Chipola Lady In-
dians moved into the top
spot in the FCCAA poll
after knocking off three
nationally-ranked teams in
the Chipola Holiday Inn
Express Alzheimer's Clas-
sic.
Chipola scored a 68-
65 win over third-ranked
Trinity Valley. Chipola
outlasted fifth-ranked
Southern Illinois, 58-48.
The defending Florida Re-
gion VIII champion Lady
Indians also beat number
24 Georgia Perimeter, 72-
58, in the three day classic,
Nov. 11-13.
Chipola sophomore Chi-
nata Nesbit is the FCCAA
Honorable Mention Player
of the Week. She is averag-
ing 9.3 rebounds and 14.3
points a game in her first
four outings.
The Lady Indians
logged a pair of wins in the
Johnson Classic. Chipola


crushed Middle Georgia,
72-27, on Nov. 4. RaShawn
Sippio led Chipola with 15
points and 10 rebounds.
The Lady Indians handled
Kirkwood CC, 70-55, on
Nov. 5, behind the scoring
of Tayani Clark with 18.
Chinata Nesbit scored 14
with 6 rebounds.
The Lady Indians are
ranked number one in the
FCCAA Poll. Gulf Coast
is second in the state poll.
OW is fourth. TCC is sev-
enth and PJC is eighth.
The Lady Indians travel
to Pensacola for games on
Nov. 18-19.
Both Chipola squads
host the Langston Youth
Foundation Classic, Nov.
25-26 in the Milton H.
Johnson Health Center. The
Lady Indians play Clinton
College at 5 p.m., Friday
and Alabama Southern at
5 p.m., Saturday. The In-
dians play Chattahoochee
Valley at 7 p.m. Friday
and Florida Prep at 7 p.m.
Saturday.
For the latest scores,
cal 718-2CJC or visit
www.chipola.edu //www.chipola.edu/>


Weekly contest

winners announced


In a week that had sev-
eral upsets in the college
ranks the results were felt
in the weekly contest en-
tries.
Only one entry was re-
ceived with no losses and
second and third place was
decided by the tie-breaker
game between Alabama
and Auburn. Auburn
defeated Alabama, 28-18,
for a combined total of 46
points.
Bill Gardner of Sunny
Hills is this week's top
prize winner with the only
no-loss entry. Vann re-


ceives $25 for taking first
in the contest.
Second prize goes to
J.T.Mann of Bonifay with
one loss and a guess of 36
points on the tie-breaker
game. Waldrip receives
$15.
Third-place goes to Tony
Sanders of Panama City
with one loss and a guess
of 34 points. He receives
$10 for the entry.
This is the final week
for this years football con-
test in the Holmes County
Times-Advertiser or Wash-
ington County News.


Ara Sprt Anocent


Blue Devils host
Golf tournament
Holmes County High
Baceball team will be
sponsoring a golf tourna-
ment at Dogwood Lakes
Golf Course on Saturday
nov. 19. There will be an
8 a.m. shotgun start, four
person scramble, with
prizes awarded to top three
places. Cost is $40 per
person. For more informa-
tion call Cliff McGowan at
263-7412 or Ronnie Hodge
at 547-2533.
Vernon youth
basketball set
2005-06 Vernon Youth
Recreational Basketball
League along with the Ver-
non Recreation Depart-


ment will begin registra-
tion for boys and girls ages
6-14 Saturday Dec. 3rd@
VMS 10:00-12:00, Satur-
day Dec. 12th@ VMS 10:
00-12:00
Fees: $35.00 per child
$25.00 for each additional
child in the same house-
hold. Registration forms
are in your school office.
Forms and registration
fees can be dropped off at
the Vernon High School
office with either Kim
Register or Mrs. Tracie
Herbert
Parents may also check
with Lisa at the Tri-County
Community Council in
Chipley to assist in regis-
tration fees.
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HCHS and PdL play four in

Bonifay on Monday night


JEREMY RAINES
Staff Writer
Holmes County High
School welcomed long-
time county rival Ponce de
Leon to Bonifay of Mon-
day afternoon as the Blue
Devils hosted a full slate
of games.
The night featured
games with the junior var-
sity boys and girls and both
varsity teams in action.=
The PdL junior varsity
girls kicked off the action
with a strong performance
to come away with the 37-
30 win over the HCHS JV.
The second game had
the JV boys in action and
once again PdL came out
on top with strong de-
fense.
The best outing of the


night was the varsity girls,
game between the two
school. The game was
a see-saw battle featur-
ing several lead changes
and big baskets down the
stretch.
Ponce de Leon was able
to make the need scores in
the end and pulled out the
48-44 win.
Maggie Wright of PdL
lead all scorers in the game
with 18 points. While Pris-
cilla Isaacs lead the way
for the Blue Devils with
10.
Other scoring for PdL
were Mary Howes with
11, Lacey Griffin with
nine, Savanah Whigham
and Tyla Yates with three
each and Cat Tinsley and
Daydra Brown with two


each. Scoring for Hol-
mes County were Brianna
Belcher with nine, Emily
Rone with nine, and Lind-
sey Tomlin with nine.
The final game of the
night saw the Holmes
County boys earn their
first win of the season with
a 74-60 win. The Devils
jumped out to an early 39-
32 half time lead and never
let up to secure the win.
Brock Dockery lead all
scorers for the Devils with
23 points. Others playing
well for the Devils were
Ryan Hodge with 14, Ja-
marius Johns with 10, and
Steve Andrews and Justin
McGowan with eight each.
Leading scorers for PdL
were Cody Carroll with 16
and Chase Brown with 15.


Holmes County tried to cut into the Ponce de Leon lead but came up short.

I I I ; ,.


FWC warns against bear feeding


Backyard bear sightings
have increased throughout
the state in recent years
and the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) said
today residents should not
lay out the welcome mat
for the big furry critters.
In the fall, bears search
for fallen acorns as they
try to gain weight before
winter, which often brings
them into neighborhoods.
Though bears have a
natural fear of people,
"They can smell food
from more than a mile
away," said Stephanie
Simek, Bear Program co-
ordinator with the FWC.
"If they are rewarded with
an easy meal, they learn
quickly to return to the
scene."
These easy meals in-
clude unsecured garbage
cans, bird feeders and a


pet's food left on the back
porch.
"Bears are very intel-
ligent and extremely re-
sourceful," Simek added.
"They will want to stay if
they find an available and
abundant food source."
Residents can avoid un-
pleasant bear encounters
by taking some simple
steps to ensure that living
in bear country is a safe
and enjoyable experience.
What you can do:
*Remember: feeding
bears is against the law
*Store all food, garbage
and compost in secure
areas
*Temporarily remove
wildlife feeders if there
are bears in the area
While Florida black
bears never have attacked
anyone in Florida, Simek
said people should give
bears ample space and


never attempt to disturb,
pet or feed them.
"A bear that stays in an
area for long periods often
reflects more of a people
problem than a bear prob-
lem," Simek said.
FWC wildlife biolo-
gists recently had to cap-
ture and relocate three
bears from Franklin and
Bay counties -- the big-
gest was a near-record
500-pound male. These
bears were feeding in
unsecured garbage bins
at a restaurant and school.
FWC biologists tagged
and relocated the bears to
the Apalachicola National
Forest. So far this year,
the FWC received more
than 1,300 calls to report
bears, including sightings
and roadkills. -
For more information
on living with bears, visit
MyFWC.com/bear.


Florida's bobwhite quail


population on the decline


Wildlife conservation
authorities met at Tall
Timbers Research Station
near Tallahassee Monday
to map a plan to reverse
a 25-year decline in
Florida's bobwhite quail
population.
According to the North-
ern Bobwhite Conserva-
tion Initiative (NBCI),
Florida's quail population
has dropped between 3
and 5 percent each year
for a total decrease of 70
percent since 1980. Ex-
perts say that is merely a
symptom of a much bigger
problem loss of quality
habitat. Where hunters in
Florida were once harvest-
ing around 2.5 million
quail annually during the
1960s, they are now tak-
ing fewer than a quarter-
million.
The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) in
cooperation with Tall
Timbers, called on Florida
Agriculture Commissioner
Charles H. Bronson, Flori-
da Chief Financial Officer
Tom Gallagher, U.S. Rep.
Allen Boyd, and other
state, federal and key con-
servation organizations to
assemble for the Leader-
ship Summit on Bobwhite
Management on Florida's
Public Lands.
The purpose of the half-
day meeting was to enlist
support of leaders and key
stakeholders in public land
management, conservation
and bobwhite management
for the focus of restoring
habitats for quail.
The initiative will
help not only quail but


also several other birds,
including the threatened
red-cockaded woodpecker
and the Florida scrub-jay,
as well as more than 40
endangered or threatened
plant species, all of which
depend on the same open
pine woods ecosystem for
their survival.
Florida has roughly 6
million acres of public
lands. Approximately 1.5
million of this acreage
could provide suitable
quail habitat if proper
management techniques
such as frequent pre-
scribed burning and timber
thinning were employed.
"I feel really good about
the level of leadership of
those who attended this
meeting, and I am confi-
dent that we have the abil-
ity and commitment to get
some things done to help
quail restoration in this
state," said Congressman
Boyd.
Represented at the meet-
ing were the state's Divi-
sion of Forestry, the U.S.
Forest Service, University
of Florida, water manage-
ment districts, Department
of Environmental Protec-
tion, Allied Sportsmen of
Florida, Quail Unlimited,
Pheasants/Quail Forever,
U.S. Department of De-
fense, U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers and the Georgia
Department of Natural Re-
sources.
"The number of hunt-
ers in this state has been
declining significantly,
and I feel we can help turn
this around by increasing
quality hunting lands and
game.


This will help pass
down the hunting tradition
to future generations and
increase hunting families
in Florida," said Kate
Ireland, chair of Tall Tim-
bers' board of directors
and owner of Foshalee
Plantation.
Other states within the
bobwhite quail's range, in-
cluding Alabama, Arkan-
sas, Georgia, Kentucky,
Louisiana, Missouri,
North Carolina, Oklaho-
ma, Tennessee and Texas,
have already started simi-
lar initiatives. South Caro-
lina and Mississippi also
are on the verge of getting
involved, and the goal of
the NBCI is to enlist nine
more states, adding 2.8
million coveys of quail to
the existing populations
and improve habitat on 81
million acres within the
bird's range.
The FWC is committed
to forming a partnership
with several interested
agencies and organiza-
tions to share the cost of
time .and resources spent
on the challenge of turning
this situation around.
One need identified at
the meeting was to create
a full-time paid position to
spearhead this initiative.
"This is the last chance
anyone has to help the
bobwhite quail in this state
and reverse this downward
spiral in its population.
As part of this team, I
promise to do everything
in my power to see that
tomorrow's generation can
enjoy this great species,"
said FWC Commissioner
Richard Corbett.


The Blue Devils warm up prior to their game.
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Wednesday, November 23, 2005, Washington County News, 9A

FARM CIY 200


Displaying the Conservationist of the Year award Outstanding Agribusiness award winners, Gary and
they received Nov. 17 are Alaxon and Audrey Pitts. Marsha Harris, are shown with their children, Shee-
Don Walters presented the award sponsored by the na and Matthew. Another son, Adam, 27, is serving
the Orange Hill Soil and Water Conservation District. in the U.S. Army at Fort Lewis, Wash. From left are,
From left are Walters, Aven and Alaina Pitts, Audrey Chuck Yates of Chipley Kiwanis Club, who presented
and Alaxon Pitts. the award, Sheena, Gary, Matthew and Marsha.


IL



Johnny and Teresa Fussell hold the plaque naming
them and their children, Clint and Kevin, as Farm
Family of the Year. The award was made by Bruce
Christmas, left, president of the Washington County
Farm Bureau.


Fussells are named Farm Family of the Year at annual event


DONNA DYKES
Staff Writer
Scott Christmas was
guest speaker at the 43rd
Annual Farm-City Banquet
held Nov. 17 at the Wash-
ington County Agricultural
Center in Chipley. He is
coordinator of Women's
Activities and Young
Farmer and Rancher pro-
grams for Florida Farm
Bureau.
Scott is the son of local
Farm Bureau President,
Bruce Christmas and wife,
Ann.
The Honorable Perry
Wells served a master of
ceremonies for the opening
program which consisted
of the Pledge of Allegiance
led by members of the
Washington County 4-H
Livestock Club, and the in-
vocation by the Rev. David
Darrow of First Presbyte-
rian Church in Chipley.
The 4-H'ers Allison
Marco, LynnZee Webb,
Aven Pitts, Salem Acuff and
Caitlyn Prichard helped
serve the catered meal.
Stone's Packing Company
of Chipley provided the
ham and Pattillo's Restau-
rant prepared the scalloped
potatoes, green beans and
banana pudding.
Sponsors for the yearly


event are Chipley Kiwanis,
Chipley Lions Club, Wash-
ington County Chamber of
Commerce, Washington
County Extension Service
and the local Farm Bu-
reau.
Members of the Chipley
Garden Club decorated the
agricultural center for the
event. They used several
individual arrangements
of colorful fall flowers on
the tables. According to
Catherine Upchurch, the
members spent some time
before the event attending
local yard sales looking for
small baskets to hold the
arrangements.
Superlative awards were
presented following the
meal. Alaxon and Audrey
Pitts and their children,
Alaina and Aven, received
the Outstanding Conser-
vationist plaque from Don
Walters of the Orange Hill
Soil and Water Conserva-
tion District.
The Outstanding Agri-
business Award sponsored
by Chipley Kiwanis Club
was presented by Chuck
Yates. It went to Gary
and Marsha Harris and
children, Sheena, 20, and
Matthew, 17. Their oldest
son, Adam Harris, 27, is
in the U.S. Army, stationed


at Fort Lewis, Wash., and
was unable to be with the
family.
Gary, a native of Panama
City, moved to the family
homestead in Washington
County with his parents
in 1957. His grandparents
homesteaded the property
in the early 1900s, provid-
ing for seven children. The
kids left the farm in the
thirties and forties, and it
went down.
Gary returned to the
farm in the mid-70s and
began custom haying and
raising hay and cattle. In
the late 1970s, he began
row cropping approxi-
mately 700 acres of soy-
beans and corn.
He and Marsha married
in early 1980 and contin-
ued to farm approximately
700 acres. They had about
100 brood cows. During
the 1980s, commodity
prices were the lowest ever
and they almost lost every-
thing they had.
It was time for a change,
so they started taking the
grain and making horse,
cattle and hog feeds. They
registered their feeds with
the state of Florida and
continued selling them out
of their yard from the mid-
1980s until 1997 when they


purchased the old Vernon
Farm Supply and moved
their business to it. They
improved the feeds and
added bagged feed for cus-
tomers. They also started
selling seed, bag fertilizer,
home and farm hardware.
The Harris's purchase
corn and oats for their feed
from local farmers, paying
a little more for it than lo-
cal elevators, since they
have been on both sides of
the fence. They now rent
but their farm land because
the store is open six days
a week.
"By the grace of God and
the many great customers
we have, and a lot of long
hours and hard work, we
have a very good business,"
Gary said. "I would like to
salute American farmers
for all their hard work and
the products they produce.
I would ask everyone to
support our youth groups
whether they.'re. especially
in agriculture. These youth
are our future."
Johnny and Teresa Fus-
sell, Clint and Kevin Fus-
sell, were introduced as
Washington County Farm
Family of the Year. Their
plaque was presented by
Bruce Christmas.
"This year's recipient of


Farm Family of the Year
comes from a prominent
agriculture family. He
chose to pursue a career in
agriculture just as his par-
ents before him," Christ-
mas said.
Johnny is the son of
Julius and Frances Fus-
sell of Chipley. A native
of Chipley and a 1970
graduate of Chipley High
School, he was raised on
the family farm.
He decided to pursue
a career in agriculture as
a sixth generation farmer
rather than continue his
formal education.
Johnny married the
former Teresa Dykes, a
graduate of Vernon High
School in January 1974.
They have two sons, Clint,
23, who will soon gradu-
ate from the University of
West Florida with a degree
in elementary education;
and Kevin, 2004 CHS
valedictorian,; ,who. is, a
freshman at Chipola.
Both boys are active
in the family farming en-
terprise and served as of-
ficers in the Chipley FFA
program.
Kevin was a state profi-
ciency award winner in the
areas of "Ag Processing"
in 2004 and "Oil and Fiber


Crop Production" in 2005
He was also a state finalist
in "Vegetable Production'
in 2004.
The family attends Pin
ey Grove Freewill Baptist
Church. Johnny has served
in a leadership role in agri
culture as a member of the
county FSA committee for
the past six years.
Since Johnny began
farming in 1971, he has
grown a lot of different
field crops and vegetables.
He currently farms 100
acres of peanuts, 100 acres
of corn, and 60 acres of
vegetables. He has 60 head
of brood cows. He also
helps his father tend his 80
head of brood cows.
"Their primary vegeta.
ble crops are butter beans.
peas, sweet corn, squash
and cucumbers. However.
they also grow some wa-
termelon and cantaloupe,'
notes Andy Andreason.
County Extension Direc-
tor IV. "Johnny has been a
member of the Washington
County Farm Bureau for
more than 25 years," said
Andy Andreason, another
Farm Bureau member.
who was very instrumental
in the success of this year's
Farm-City Week observa-
tion.


Hollis Sowell helps set up the buffet by placing dishes
of banana pudding out for diners to pick up.


The Honorable
Wells, emcee


V Scott Christmas, guest
speaker for the 43rd
Perry annual Farm-City Week
banquet.


Jackie and Julie Bruner of Vernon are making farm.
ing their profession. They attended the annual ban.
quet with other young farmers.


Jazz Dinner
The CHS Band Boosters
will be presenting its an-
nual Holiday Jazz Dinner
this Saturday, December 3
at the Washington County
Ag Center.
The dinner concert will
run from 6:30 8:00pm,
and will feature a steak
dinner accompanied by
holiday music performed
by the CHS Tiger Jazz
Band. Tickets are $40 per
couple or $25 for singles,
and may be purchased
from any band booster, or
by calling the CHS Band
Office at 638-6100, exten-


sion 525, or email at band
@ chipleyhighschool.com.
Reservations will be taken
until November 30. Funds
raised from this event will
be used by the CHS Band
Boosters to support the
Band program at CHS.

Public hearings
Washington County Board
of Commissioners will hold a
special meeting for public hear-
ings on Wednesday, Dec. 7, at 8
a.m. in the board room located
at 1331 South Boulevard in
Chipley.
This meeting will be for the
following land use changes
from:
*Agriculture to low/medium


density residential Timber-
lakes subdivision.
-Agriculture to low density
residential Village of Spanish
Lakes.
*Agriculture/silviculture to
low density residential Wages
Pond subdivision.
*Agriculture to low medium
density residential Falling Wa-
ters Golf Course.
SRecreational to low/medium
density residential Falling Wa-
ters Golf Course.


THE WEEKEND EDITION WILL
NOT BE DISTRIBUTED THIS
SATURDAY. OUR OFFICE WILL
BE CLOSED ON THURSDAY AND
FRIDAY SO OUR EMPLOYEES
AND FAMILIES CAN ENJOY THE
THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY.


S ':': My name is Ricky Kennedy
Sand I would like to apologize
to the citizens of Washing-
Ston County for committing
illegal actions in the city
Sof Chipley. I know I was
wrong and I take full respon-
sibility for my action. I sincerely do apologize
and I have now learned my lesson. I will no
longer contribute to the production of crime in
Chipley, Florida.


Exciting things are
happening in Sunny Hills.
We are now having
praise and worship at
6:00 p.m. on Sundays.
46 Highway 77
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To Judge Register and the Citizens
of Washington County: I, Daron
Clemons of Cottonwood, Alabama,
would like to apologize for bringing
drugs into your county.


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10A, Washington County News, Wednesday, November 23, 2005




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Ashton Jacks and Tiffany Stoe, CHS Key Club San-
ta's Helpers, were auctioned off at the Kiwanis meet-
ing on Nov, 15 for $53.


Chipley Kiwanis Club
met on Nov. 15 at Pattillo's.
Members were divided
into teams to compete in
fruit sales.
The winning team will
be treated to dinner at a


local restuarant. The top
sales person, if not on the
winning team, will also be
invited to the dinner.
Judy Corbus of the Uni-
versity of Florida Exten-
sion office was presented a


Judy Corbus accepting a $500 check for the annual Far


$500 check for the upcom-
ing Farm City Banquet.
Bob Hayhurst was induct-
ed as a new member.
Chipley High School
Key Club Santa's Helpers
were auctioned off at the


meeting.
The helpers have vol-
unteered to work for two
hours for those who pur-
chase their services. The
money collected help
provide Christmas for two


J.E. "Red" Davis, a
Kiwanis member since
m City Banquet. 1952, announces that this

families adopted by the would be his last meet'
CHS Key Club. ing. He and his wife are
Two teams were auc- moving to Georgia to be
tioned off for $75: Jessica closer to their children.
Bush and Sarah Bethea; Below, Bob Hayhurst
Justin Johnson and Matt was inducted as a new
Strickland. member.


Freshwater Shrimp Day
The public was invited to attend Orange Hill Soil and
Water-Conservation District's 4th Annual Freshwater
SShrimp Day on Saturdayi Novembert,2, at the Wash-
ington County Council On Aging Pavilion, located at
408 South Boulevard in Chipley. There was freshwa-
ter shrimp with all the trimmings for all who attend,
and 3 Rivers RC&D conducted a short seminar on
how to raise freshwater shrimp.

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Operation Safe Ride
Colonel Chris Knight, director of the Florida Highway
Patrol (FHP), announced that the next phase of Operation
Safe Ride, a long-term FHP enforcement campaign that
focuses on varying traffic themes, will target unlawful
speed violators.
"There is and erroneous belief that it's okay to drive 10
to 15 miles over the posted speed limit. We want to make
clear that this belief is not only wrong, but dangerous.
Motorists must recognize that speeding increases the
likelihood of a crash and its severity," said Knight.
FHP troopers will continue to conduct speed and traf-
fic law enforcement as a part of their daily efforts as
well as participate in special operations such as this one,
which is scheduled for Nov. 22-23.
This enforcement initiative is the fifth phase of Op-
eration Safe Ride, which features varying traffic enforce-
ment themes in response to statewide needs. The initial
phase was conducted Feb. 26-27, 2004 in response to a
growing concern over the frequency of aggressive driv-
ing violations throughout Florida. Operation Safe Ride
will be conducted in all 10 FHP field troops throughout
the state. Operation goals are to increase compliance of
posted speed limits; and to reduce the number of speed-
related deaths and injuries in the state.
All available FHP personnel will participate in Opera-
tion Safe Ride, including troopers and supervisors nor-
mally assigned to non-patrol functions. Unlawful speed
violators will be tracked using radar, Vascar, video cam-
eras, motorcycles, and unmarked patrol cars.
Troopers piloting FHP aircraft will also be used to
spot violators from the air and then direct troopers on the
ground to pull them over and initiate appropriate enforce-
ment action.
Efforts will be focused on every interstate, Florida's
turnpike, and other major roads in Florida where speed-
ing and aggressive driving are prevalent.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR WASH-
INGTON COUNTY, FLORIDA
. WILLIAM .WINN and MARGIE
WINN,
Plaintiffs
vs
REMMERT VERBECK, Trustee,
If alive, and if deceased his
unknown heirs and assignees,
and BETTY VERBECK, Trustee,
If alive, and If deceased, her un-
known heirs and assignees,
Defendants.
Case No. 67-05-CA-494
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: REMMERTVERBECKTrust-
ee, if alive and if deceased his
unknown heirs and assignees,
and BETTY VERBECK, Trustee,
if alive, and it deceased her un-
known heirs and assignees
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion to quiet title to the following
property in Washington County,
Florida:
LOT 41, BLOCK 34 OF SUNNY
HILLS UNIT 1, a subdivision
according to the Plat thereof, as
recorded in Plat Book 2, Pages
9 through 27, 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, Plain-
tiffs attorney, whose address is
4431 Lafayette Street, Marianna,
Florida, 32446, on or before NO-
VEMBER 30, 2005, and file the
original with the clerk of this court
either before service on Plaintiffs
attorney or immediately thereaf-
ter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint
DATED this 24 day of October,
2005
HONORABLE Linda H. Cook
as Clerk of the Court
BY: K. McDanlel
As Deputy Clerk
As published In the Washington
County News November2, 9,16,
23, 2005
IN THE UNITED STATES
DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF
FLORIDA PANAMA CITY
DIVISION
Case No. 5:03CV231/RS/WCS

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DONNIE R. LEE and
WANDA LEE CAMPBELL
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
THAT UNDER AND BY VIRTUE
OF A FINAL DECREE OF FORE-
CLOSURE RENDERED IN THE
ABOVE-STYLED CASE ON FEB-
RUARY 6,2004, BY THE UNITED
STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR
THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF
FLORIDA, IN FAVOR OF THE
PLAINTIFF, THE UNDERSIGNED,
APPOINTED IN SAID DECREE,
WILL ON THE 29th DAY OF No-
vember, 2005, AT 12:00 NOON,
IN FRONT OF THE WASHING-
TON COUNTY COURTHOUSE
DOOR IN THE CITY OF CHIPLEY,
FLORIDA, OFFER FOR SALE
AND SELL AT PUBLIC OUTCRY
TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER,
THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED
PROPERTY, SITUATED, LYING
AND BEING IN WASHINGTON
COUNTY, FLORIDA:
Lot 109 In Chipley Heights, Dekle
Land Company's Addition to the
Town of Chipley, Florida, located
in the West One-Half (W 1/2) of
the Southwest Quarter (SW 1/4)
of Section 3, Township 4 North,
Range 13 West, according to the
map or plat thereof on file in the
Office of the Clerk of Circuit Court
of Washington County, Florida.
Being the same property as de-
scribed in that certain real estate


mortgage dated September 9,
1991, as recorded in Book 252 at
page 438 in the public records of
Washington County, Florida.
SUBJECTTO all recorded oil, gas
and mineral reservations; ease-
ments and rights of way of record;
and to the lien of all unpaid taxes
and assessments.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMA-
TION CONCERNING THEABOVE
PROPERTY CONTACT THE OF-
FICE OF THE U.S. ATTORNEY,
TELEPHONE NO. 850/444-4000.
SALE IS SUBJECT TO CON-
FIRMATION OF THE COURT.
METHOD OF PAYMENT IS BY
POSTAL MONEY ORDER OR
CERTIFIED CHECK MADE PAY-
ABLE TO THE U.S. MARSHALS
SERVICE. TEN PERCENT OF
HIGH/ACCEPTABLE BID IN CER-
TIFIED CHECK OR CASHIER'S
CHECK (NO CASH) WILL BE
ACCEPTED WITH THE BALANCE
DUE WITHIN 48 HOURS. THIS
SALE IS SUBJECT TO STATE
AND LOCAL TAXES.
DATE:
19 October 2005

DENNIS A. WILLIAMSON
United States Marshal
Northem District of Florida
BY: DORIS MASSINGILL
U.S. Marshals Service
As published in the Washington
County News on November 2, 9,
16,23,2005.

BID ADVERTISEMENT

In accordance with Article 2.4(4),
Perry-McCall Construction, Inc.
as Construction Manager for
Washington County District
School Board invites all qualified
subcontractors and vendors to
submit proposals for the Roulac
Middle School a New Intermedi-
ate Wing, Project Number 05039.
The project includes Sitework,
Concrete, Masonry, Drywall and
Metal Framing, Flooring, Metal
Roof, Specialties (Lockers, Toilet
Accessories, Marker Boards, etc.)
Plumbing HVAC, and Electrical
Systems. Certified Minority anid
Women's Minority Businesses are
encouraged to participate. Plans
will be available on F. W. Dodge,
and at 1404 Enterprise Street,
Dothan, Alabama 36303
(approximately 11-14-05). Sub-
mission of price indicates that
a complete set of plans have
been reviewed. No bid will be
accepted without the submis-
sion of the Pre-Qualificatlon
Application.
Bids will be received December
6, 2005, by Perry-McCall Con-
struction, Inc., at the Washington
County School Board Office, 652
3rd Street, Chipley, Florda until
2:00 PM. local time.

Please fax a written Lett of in-
terest to Brad Hughes at (334)
678-8122 to receive a Contractor
Qualification Form. For direct
Inquiries, call (334) 702-0075.

As published in the Washington
County News on November 5, 9,
12, 16, 19,23,2005
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT

The Washington County District
School Board will accept bids on
a Compact Utility Machine with
Thirteen Attachments. Specifica-
tions are available at the School
Board office, 652 Third Street
Chipley, Fl 32428. Bids will be
accepted no later than 1:30 P.M.,
December 7, 2005, In the School
Board office and will be awarded
at the January 2006 board meet-
ing. Mall or bring bids in a sealed
envelope marked "Sealed Bids
for Compact Utility Machine with
Thirteen Attachments, Bid # 05-07
to the above address. The School
Board reserves the right to accept
or reject any or all bids.
As published in the Washington
County News on November 16,
23, 2005.
Legal Advertisement
The following vehicle will be sold
at public auction at 8:00 am on
the 2nd day December 05 at
Nichols Auto Repair & Towing
1146 Jackson Avenue


1997 Dodge 4 door blue
VIN # 2B3HD46T5VH586831
As published in the Washington
County News on November
23, 2005.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA FOURTEENTH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT. CASE NO.
67-05-CA-425

RITA C. HIX,
Plaintiff,
-vs-
JERRY F EVANS,
Defendant.

CLERK'S NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
pursuant to the Final Judgment
of Foreclosure and Sale entered
in the cause pending in the Cir-
cuit Court in and for Washington
County, Florida, being case no.
67-05-CA-425, the undersigned
clerk will sell the property situate
in Washington County, Florida,
described as follows:
Commence at the Northeast cor-
ner of the S 1/2 of the SW
1/4 of Section 19, Township 3
North, Range 13 West, thence
run S00'51'52"W 331.0 feet;
thence N89'30'07"W 263.38 feet
for Point of Beginning; thence
continue N89'30'07"W 131.69
feet; thence N0045'17"E 297.0
feet; thence S89"30'07"E 131.69
feet; thence SOO*45'17"W 295.0
feet to point of beginning, situ-
ate, lying and being in Washing-
ton County, Florida; TOGETHER
with 1972 Rockwood 12 X 70
Mobile Home, ID# R2642516.
at public sale, to the highest and
best bidder for cash at 11:00 on
the 13 day of Dec., 2005, at the
front door of the Washington
County Courthouse, Chipley,
Florida.
DATED this 18 day of Nov.,
2005.

LINDA H. COOK
CLERK OF COURT
BY: K. McDaniel
Deputy Clerk
As published In the Washington
County News on November 23,
30, 2005.

NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEET-
ING

The Board of Commissioners of
the Northwest Florida Regional
Housing Authority will hold a
Special Meeting, December 2,
2005 in the Cambridge Room,
Ramada Inn North, 2900 North
Monroe St., Tallahassee, Florida.
Meeting will begin at 1:00 p.m.
E.S.T. The meeting will be open
to the public.

As published in the Washington
County News on November23,
30, 2005.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 14TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR WASHINGTON
COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DI-
VISION
CASE NO.: 67-05-CA-509

JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, AS
TRUSTEE,
Plaintiff,
vs.
KIMBERLY LYNN HARCUS,
at al,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION

TO:
KIMBERLY LYNN HARCUS
LKA 725 SINCLAIR STREET
CHIPLEY, FL 32428
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF KIM-
BERLY LYNN HARCUS (Resi-
dence Unknown)
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action for Foreclosure of Mort-
gage on the following described
property:
A LOT BOUNDED BY BEGIN-
NING AT A POINT ON THE


WESAL NOTLINEOBK(


WEST LINE OF BLOCK 39,
IN N 1/2 OF SW 1/4 OF SEC-
TION 4, TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH,
RANGE 13 WEST, ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT OF CHIPLEY,
WASHINGTON COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA, DRAWN BY L.W. MORDT
AND ON FILE IN THE OFFICE
OF THE CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURT OF WASHINGTON
COUNTY, FLORIDA, WHICH
POINT IS 280 FEET SOUTH
OF THE NORTHWEST COR-
NER OF SAID BLOCK; THENCE
RUNNING SOUTH ALONG THE
WEST LINE OF SAID BLOCK,
100 FEET; THENCE RUNNING
EAST PARALLEL WITH THE
SOUTH LINE OF SAID BLOCK,
3.64 CHAINS (240.24 FEET),
MORE OR LESS, TO THE EAST
LINE OF SAID BLOCK; THENCE
NORTH ALONG SAID EAST
LINE, 100 FEET; THENCE WEST
PARALLEL WITH SAID SOUTH
LINE OF SAID BLOCK, 3.64
CHAINS (240.24 FEET), MORE
OR LESS TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING.
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any,
to it, on Marshall C. Watson, PA.,
Attorney for Plaintiff, whose ad-
dress is 1800 NW 49th STREET,
SUITE 120, FT. LAUDERDALE, FL
33309 on or before Dec. 29, 2005
a date which is within thirty (30)
days after the first publication of
this Notice in the (Please publish
In THE WASHINGTON COUNTY
NEWS) and file the original with
the Clerk of this Court either
before service on Plaintiff's at-
torey or immediately thereafter,
otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint.
In accordance with the Amer-
cans with Disabilities Act of 1990
(ADA), disabled persons who,
because of their disabilities, need
special accommodation to par-
ticipate in this proceeding should
contact the ADA Coordinator at
1293 Jackson Avenue, Chipley,
FL 32428 or Telephone Voice/
TDD (904) 763-9061 prior to such
proceeding. WITNESS my hand
and the seal of this Court this 14
day of Nov., 2005.
Linda Hayes Cook
As Clerk of the Court
By K McDanlel
As Deputy Clerk
As published In the Washington
County News on November 23,
30,2005.

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT

The Panhandle Area Educational
Consortium (PAEC) located at
753 West Blvd. Chipley, Florida
will be accepting bids on twenty
one (21) Interactive SmartBoards.
Deadline for submitting of bids Is
Wednesday, December 7,2005 at
1:00 pm at the PAEC office where
the bids will be opened. Bid forms
and specifications may be picked
up the above address. Bids may
be delivered or mailed in a sealed
envelope marked "Sealed Bid for
SmartBoards #05-03". Awarding
of the bid is contingent on fund-
ing. A request for approval will
be made at the December Wash-
Ington County School Board
meeting. The Panhandle Area
Educational Consortium reserves
the right to accept or reject any
or all bids.

As published In the Washington
County News on November 23,
30, 2005.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
14TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 67-05-CA 512
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE
FOR THE CARRINGTON MORT-
GAGE LOAN TRUST, SERIES
2005-NC3, ASSET BACKED
PASS-THROUGH CERTIFI-
CATES,
Plaintiff,
vs.
PATRICIA L. GLEASON, et al,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION


TO:
PATRICIA L. GLEASON (Last
Known Address, 730 2nd Street,
Chipley, FL 32428)
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF PA-
TRICIA L GLEASON (Residence
Unknown)

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action for Foreclosure of Mort-
gage on the following described
property;

EXHIBIT 'A"

PER OR BOOK 0520, PAGE
0367

A parcel In the NE corner of Lot
20, Block 33, bounded on the
South by a line projecting parallel
from the South boundary line of
Lot 16 and bounded on the West
by a line projecting parallel from
the West boundary line of Lot
13, being located in the N 1/2 of
SW 1/4 of Section 4, Township 4
North, Range 13
West, In Washington County,
Florida, according to the Official
Plat of said County, LESS AND
EXCEPT. Commencing at the
Northwest Corner of a parcel
described as: A parcel in the
NE corner of Lot 20, Block 33,
bounded on the South by a line
projecting parallel from the South
boundary line of lot 16 and
bounded on the West by a line
projecting parallel from the West
boundary line of Lot 13, being
located In the N 1/2 of SW 1/4
of Section 4, Township 4 North,
Range 13 West in Washington
County, Florida, according to
the Official Plat of said City of
Chipley, on file in the Public Re-
cords of said County, for a point
of beginning, thence East 50 feet,
thence South 8 feet, thence West
50 feet, thence North 6 feet to the
Point of Beginning, being a parcel
8 feet North and South and 50
Feet East and West,

AND

The South 10 feet of Lot 15, Block
33 In the N 1/2 of the SW 1/4 of
Section 4, Township 4 North,
Range 13 West, according to
the LW, Mordt Plat of the City
of Chipley, flied In the Office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Washington County, Florida.

AND

Lot 16 in Block 33 In the N 1/2 of
SW 1/4 of Section 4, Township 4
North, Range 13 West, accord-
ing to LW. Mordt Plat of the City
of Chipley, Washington County,
Florida on file In the office of the
Clerk of Circuit Court,

BETTER DESCRIBED AS,.

COMMENCE at an existing 6"
cast Iron plate marking the South-
east comer of Section 04, Town-
ship 04, North, Range 13 West,
Washington County, Florida;
thence North 89 degrees 24 min-
utes 26 seconds west a distance
of 3266.32 feet to a nail and disc
set; thence North 01 degrees
22 minutes 37 seconds east a
distance of 2305.16 Feet to a nail
set; thence North 87 degrees 23
minutes 09 seconds West a dis-
tance of 25.05 feet to a 5/8 inch
Iron rod with an aluminum cap
stamped (LB 5106) set on the ex-
isting west right of way of Second
Street (a paved city street) also
being the Southeast Comer of
Lot 16, Block 33 of the Plat of the
City of Chipley and call this the
POINT OF BEGINNING; thence
North 89 degrees 49 Minutes
53 seconds West a distance of
117.77 feet to a 5/8 Inch iron rod
with an aluminum cap stamped
(LB 5106) set; thence South 00
degrees 41 minutes 16 seconds
East a distance of 11.62 feet to
a 5/8 inch Iron rod with an alumi-
num cap stamped (LB 5106) set
on the South line of Lot 16, Block
33; thence South 84 degrees 31
minutes 27 seconds West along
the Southerly line of Lot 16 and
an extension thereof a distance of
194.13 feet to a 5/8 inch Iron rod
with an aluminum cap stamped


(LB 5106) set; thence North 00
degrees 36 minutes 23 seconds
East a distance of 122.00 feet
to a 5/8 Inch iron rod with an
aluminum cap stamped (LB 5106)
set;-thence N.to degrees 31f.
min" 27 secondsEast a distance
of 50.00 feet to a 5/8 inch iron rod
with an aluminum cap stamped
(LB 5106) set; thence North 00
degrees 36 minutes 23 seconds'
East a distance of 8.00 feet to
a 5/8 inch iron rod with an alu-
minum cap stamped (LB 5106)
set on the Northerly line of Lot
20. Block 33 of the Plat of the
City of Chipley thence North 84
degrees 31 minutes 27 seconds
East along the Northerly line of
Lot 20, Block 33 a distance or
50.00 feet to a 5/8 inch iron rod
with an aluminum cap stamped
(LB 5106) set along the Westerly
line of Lot 15, Block 33; thence
South 00 degrees 36 minutes 23
seconds West along the Westerly
line of Lot 15, Block 33 a distance
of 10.00 feet to a 5/8 Inch Iron rod
with an aluminum cap stamped
(LB 5106) set; thence North 84
degrees 31 minutes 27 seconds
East a distance of 202.29 feet to
a 5/8 inch Iron rod with an alumi-
num cap stamped (LB 5106) set
on the existing west right of way.
of Second Street (a paved city
street); thence South 00 degrees
36 minutes 23 seconds West
along said right of way, distance
of 120.00 feet to the POINT OF
BEGINNING.

This parcel contains 0.83 acres,
more or less, and is a portion of
Lot 20, a portion of Lot 15, and
a portion of Lot 16 of Block 33
of the Plat of the City of Chipley,
and Is located in the North 1/2
of the Southwest 1/4 of Section
04, Township 04 North. Range
13 West, Washington County,
Florida and within the city limits
of Chipley, Florida.

has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any,
to it, on Marshall C. Watson, PA.,
Attorney for Plaintiff whose ad-
dress is 1800 NW 49th STREET,
SUITE 120, FT. LAUDERDALE FL
33309 on orbefore Dec. 19,2005,
a date which is within thirty (30)
days after the first publication of
this Notice in the (Please publish
in THE WASHINGTON COUNTY
NEWS) and file the original with
the Clerk of this Court either
before service on Plaintiff's at-
torney or immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint.

In accordance with the Ameri-
cans with Disabilities Act of 1990
(ADA),disabled persons who,
because of their disabilities, need
special accommodation to par-
ticipate in this proceeding should
contact the ADA Coordinator at
1293 Jackson Avenue, Chipley,
FL 32428 or Telephone Voice/
TDD (904) 763-9061 prior to such
proceeding. WITNESS my hand
and the seal of this Court this 4
day of Nov., 2005.

Linda Hayes Cook
As Clerk of the Court

By K. McDaniel
As Deputy Clerk

As published in the Washington
County News on November 23,
30,2005.


PUBLIC NOTICE

You are hereby notified that any
and all commitments made by
Gary Burger, Sr., In the name of
Sunshine Homes For Less, LLC
are null and void and may not be
honored after the date of October
14, 2005. Gary Burger, Sr. is no
longer employed by Sunshine
Homes For Less and has no
authority to make any decisions
for or under the name of Sunshine
Homes For Less LLC.

As published In the Washington
County News November 23,
30,2005





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This is the south view of New Life Fellowship Assembly of God Church in Chipley,
a popular gathering place for observers of any parade held in downtown Chipley.


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Perry's Prattle

By Perry Wells


Last week, I wrote
on one of the five major
senses possessed by the
human body, the sense of
smell. Let's continue on
that subject this week.
The thought of certain
smells associated with spe-
cific things, or places, was
brought home to me at the
Veteran's day parade held
in Chipley Nov. 11.
Hester and I positioned
ourselves directly across
the street from new Life
Fellowship Assembly of
Obd Church oil fiighway
90 in order to'get a view
of the parade without the
sun's glare in our faces.
Joe Collins and wife,
Minnie, were seated
in folding chairs at the
church's southwest en-
trance and they invited us
to walk over and sit with
them.
Joe went into the church
to bring chairs and I took
advantage of the oppor-
tunity to set foot into that
beautiful and historic sanc-
tuary one more time, as
the place has always held
a fascination for me for
some reason.
Readers may recall that
the Centennial Committee
used that facility during
1981-82 when Chipley
held its year-long Railroad
Centennial. Many concerts
with a cross section in a
variety of music were held
in that building after First
Baptist of Chipley had va-
cated it to occupy their new
meeting house.
Sure enough, when I
stepped into the church
auditorium with Joe Col-
lins, there was "that smell."
I remembered it from at-
tending services at First
Baptist after the Wells
family arrived in Chipley
in February 1970 and were:
invited to attend their ser-
vices.
During the centennial
celebration, of which I was
entertainment chairman,
we had opportunity to
present musical programs
in the renovated chapel
almost weekly. There was
always that certain smell
in the building throughout
that year.
It was nothing unpleas-
ant nor distracting to the
program being staged,
however, it was a definite
and unique scent that was
ever present. I did wonder
about it, but never inquired.
I thought it might be the
paint or varnish on the
impressive pews, or dyes


in the carpet.
I knew Baptists didn't
burn incense in their ser-
vice and I didn't think
candles at occasional wed-
dings would have the effect
of leaving the pronounced
and undefined emission of
whatever I am trying to
describe.
Flowers for funerals
and for adorning the pulpit
were ruled out as the smell
was not even close to the
aroma of live flowers.
I was reminded of what
i asked Belinda Pipkin
Anderson when her mother,
Ann Blue May, and hus-
band, Jon May, were sell-
ing the FRM store to Max
and me. My question was:
"Belinda, how long does
it take to get used to the
smell in this store?" Her
immediate answer was:
"What smell-?"
I knew then that the
time would come when we
would not notice the chem-
ical smell in the herbicides,
pesticides and insecticides
on sale in FRM.
I figured if I asked Linda
Hayes Cook, our friendly
Clerk of the Court, the
same question as to what I
was smelling in her church
of long standing, I would
get the same answer.
But, I bet Linda will
remember getting "a dress-
ing down" from her father,
Oscar Hayes, after she let
out a burst of laughter, as
a teenager, during church
when a parishioner clapped
his hands together loudly
while trying kill a fly that
was annoying him!
I doubt seriously if any-
one else even notices what
I am talking about. It may
be just a smell of a little
mold and mildew that has
collected in the materials
in the edifice and may be
emitting what could almost
be described as a sweet-
smelling savor throughout
the house of worship.
Whatever is happening
at New Life Fellowship, it
seems to be working beau-
tifully for the congregation
under the leadership of the
Reverend J. Clinton How-
ell, who has led the flock
for years.
Joe Collins commented
to me how God was bless-
ing the church there, both
in attendance and commit-
ment from members.
He told me the church
recently purchased the
property just west of them,
across Fifth Street, which
will become a parking lot


for those attending ser-
vices.
The need for more park-
ing in downtown Chipley
on Sunday morning at that
particular location seems
to be a good indication of
growth of its congregation.
Joe Collins also showed
me the gorgeous doors the
church has been able to add
to the attractive structure
and pointed out other ex-
pected improvements, such
as door facings, which are
finally giving way to long
years of use.
My short visit on the
premises of this landmark
church brought back mem-
ories of Davis Gardner giv-
ing me a tour of the build-
ing, now used for Sunday
school and attempting to
acquaint me with all the
electrical switch boxes
which controlled power
to certain air conditioner
units and other electrical
service.
I didn't grasp his in-
struction 'to well, but he
knew the place like the
"proverbial book."
William McDougald,
long-time custodian for
First Baptist, during the
time they worshipped
there, and even after
they vacated, also had
knowledge of the building
layout, and which switch
controlled which section of
lighting and other needs.
I also recall him telling
me of dreaming of a flood-
ing problem in the base-
ment after First Baptist had
moved out and, upon his
inspection, he was right,
there was a leak in plumb-
ing that was coming close
to presenting a real catas-
trophe.
William's comment to
me was: "When I dream a
thing, its most likely to be
true."
Well, maybe the last two
incidents in this "prattle"
have nothing to do with
the sense of smell, and par-
ticularly the pronounced
impression of smell in the
building described. But,
hopefully, both will add
something to today's story.
I wish the folks at New
Life Fellowship Assem-
bly of God the continued
blessings of God as they
worship in this long es-
tablished meeting place,
which the Bible itself re-
fers to as a "Bethel Spot."
Maybe there will be
more on the sense of smell
next time.
See you all next week.


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a turkey for Thanksgiving. Moms and
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are printed exactly as we received
them. NOTE: Poplar Springs School
did not send recipes this year.
Bethlehem School
Mrs. Owens' class
Taylor Joiner First you wash the
turkey and then you marinate the tur-
key. And then you stuff it and you also
salt and pepeer the turkey. But you
also put spices on it. You also have to
know the degrees. And you put it in a
pan. And then you put it in the oven
But you also have to know the hours
and minutes-2 and 72 minutes.
Marey Thomas My family came
over. My dad skinned the turkey. We
put decorations on it and rubbed salt
and pepper on the turkey. We cooked
it for 30 minutes at 300 degrees, and
we had a big feast.
Jonah Gambrell First I kill it.
Next I skin it. Then I wash it and put it
in a pan. I put salt and pepper on it. I
cook it for five minutes at two degrees.
Then I eat it.
Lauren Drake I buy my turkey
and now I'm ready to cook my turkey.
I marinate spices together. I skin the
turkey. Next I put the turkey in the
pot. with the spices for 10 minutes.
Aftei 10 minutes, I put the turkey in
the oven at 50 degrees for two hours.
Next, I put decorations on it. And now
it is time to eat.
Amber Carol Lee First I buy my
turkey. Then I put salt and pepper on
it. Next I skin it and washit Then.I
layer it with spices. And cook it for
five ours and eight Then I ihve a big
Thanksgiving feast.
Jessie Blevins How to cook a
turkey! To cook a turkey you have to
hunt it. After you do that you grill it.
You set the timer for 30 minutes. You
take it out of the oven. You put sauce
on it and have a feast.
Kemington Moran I went hunt-
ing for a turkey. We caught it and we
skinedit Then we washed and stuffed
it with some bread. Then we poot
spice on it. Then we marinated it we
baked it at four 100 degrees. Finally
we had a feast.
Gene Myers First I hunt my tur-
key. I bake it. I put spices on it. I put
salt and pepper, and hot sauce it too!!.!
We have a big feast and we eat it!
Nick Dawson First I will hunt it.
Next I will skin it. Then I will spice
it. Next I will wash it. Finally I will
grill it. When it is done we will have
a feast.
Kelsey Enfinger I spice a layer
it. I stuff my turkey for Thanksgiving.
Then I bake my turkey at six degrees.
Now it is ready.
Peyton Mathews First, I wash it
and put it in the pan. Then I put spice


on it. Then we put hot sauce on it too.
Then we stuff it. Next I bake it for two
hours at 50 degrees. Then we eat it.
Ashley Dean First I buy my turkey.
Then I wash my turkey, and I set the
oven to three hundred degrees. I deco-
rate the turkey until it is pretty. When
it is done, we eat it!
Chloie Loepp First, I hunt my
turkey. Second, I wash my turkey.
Third, I cook my turkey. Fourth, I
marinate it. Fifth, I put the ketchup on
it. Sixth, I invite my friends to come
over and eat.
No name I got my first turkey and
we had to bake it. First before we ate
it, we put spices and then we grilled it
and had a feast.
No name First I hunt my turkey.
Ten I put hot sauce on it. I put stuff
on it. Then I put it on the grill for six
hours.
Mason Wallace "How to cook a
turkey" We put a needle in it and then
we fry it. The needle. Put juice in it the
turkey and it be good.
Mrs. Smith's class
Bethlehem School
Jesse Every time Thanksgiv-
ing is here we pack and go. To my
grandma's house, when we get there
I gobble it down then we have soup
then we go home. Yummy yum.
Daran Making a turkey is fun but
it takes a very long time: You need
a big plate to put the turkey on. But
the really good part about making the
turkey is you get to eat the turkey af-
terwards. But if you put in the wrong
ingredients it will be bad.
Jacob W. How to cook a turkey.
.Turkey, garlic, onion, dressing, ingre-
dients, to hIurs 10 night, marinating,
ingredenests, oven.
Ethan S. How to cook a turkey. I
like turkey because it is good four you
and garlic an onion and pressing.
Jacob M. I go get my gun and
shoot the turkey and chop his head off.
Then we cook him, then we eat him.
Karlee French How to cook a
turkey! Garlic, Onions, carrots and
dressing, potato then put it in the oven.
Then you'ss have a turkey. Sit at the
table and eat it.
Tanis Meadows My mom baks a
turkey at thanksgiving she puts onions
around and on top of the turkey, she
puts it in the oven and cooked it and it
smelled so good.
Cassidy How to cook a turkey,
When you cook a turkey, you need
ingredients. But sometimes you might
buy it or shoot it or somebody might
give it to you. You could smoke one or
roast one. And the is how you make
a turkey!
Harlie "How to cook a turkey."
Me and my grandma and my cousin
Amanda skin the turkey we cook it
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LL IIKS
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and put garlic, hunny on it too. And
we add lost of ingredients.
Joshua You cook the turkey for
about three hours then you take him
out of the oven. Then you put him
in the middle of the plate letters then
you put a lid over the turkey and then
you save it until dinner time. And the
you take off the lid and eat it at din-
nertime.
Jonathan Kirkland You buy the
turkey over night and then fire up
the smoker and by a ham and put the
turkey on the bottom and the ham on
the top and let the turkey and the ham
cook all day and eat it at night.
Shelby I love turkey, it is good,
My grandma cooks it on the stove. I
like it when it is crusty my grandma
is a very good cook. And she makes
the best turky.
Carlie My mom macks a turkey
with garlic, Onion, carrots, dressing,
potato and totato. Then she stick it in
the oven for about 25 hours.
No name First heat oil. Then wash
turkey off with water in sink. Inject
with spices with a needle. Cook in oil
for 1 hour. Take out let oil drain off in
fryer. Cut turkey and enjoy.
Ponce de Leon Elementary
Jordan Lee I love turkey it's good
for me I think so. I really like it. My
mommy make's it and it's good I like
it vary much and my brother like's
it to he love it a lot my mommy and
daddy like turkey to my hole family
like turkey
Wayne Frst you pot turkey in the
uvin tin you take it ewt uv the uvin
and lete it cole tin you eat it last we
gow huteg.
Gavin Hewett Food and are the
seme theg Jike trky to dut trky tese 60
meis trky are drd to fid? The Eid
Austin G. I shot hem and put hem
on the gil and you cook the turkey and
you put peper on it.
Ethan S. I sote the Turkey and put
hem on the sitki Then I at heme.
Aaron You got to find a turkey
to shoot it. And piyill the skin off of
him. Thin put the chickin in the pot.
Then cop the chickin leg now it is
time to eat!
Dale F. I put the turkey on the
gril. I left my turkey on the gril. For
15 miniets. Then I tuke it off the gril
and eat it.
Dustin M You can cele a turkey
and rost a turkey You can put a turkey
on stek and you can put a turkey on a
pot and et wel get hot and ef you don't
chekt etwel brn. The End.
No Name Frs al cut the turkey.
Hen yood pe hoso hon the turkeo. Hon
yof pe the turkey pe the turkey 8ms.
Joseph J 1. I well put the tarkey in
a pot puut sum oyo lut it Kac tak it out
uv the uven and you tet it
Cory H. You strip the turkey
then you cut the turkey and pick the
fat off of the towrkey then you friy it
and it is don.
Austin W. I you haf to cill a turkey
2 cuk a turkey then win the turkey is
red you et the turkey.
Jodi R 1. open the pacege 2: take
the legs of it 3. Clean it 4. Heat up wa-
ter 5. Put turkey in pot 6. Sprinkle salt on
it and pepper 7. Cook it with 20 to 30
minits The end
Brittany S. If I was going to cook
a turkey. I would go to the star to git
the mete. Then I would wosh it. Then
I would git a pot. To put the turkey
on. And I would cook it. And wen it
was doun cooking I would put some
gravye on it. And then I would eat it.
The end
Maycee H. 1. frist you go to Wall-
Marck and buy a turkey 2. then you
dip it in flour. Next you put it in the
uven a cook it. Filiy you eat it!
Ashley G. 1. We can back them. 2.
We can slis them. 3. We can eat them.
4. We can eat the mon th agivg 5. And
the most thag of all you can invit
people ovol.
Cherie J. 1. First you have to kill
it. 2. Then you have to tear the legs off
it. 3. Then you have to cut it. 4. Then
you have to grill it 5. Then you have
to eat it.
Lynzee Lindsey 1. Shoot a Turkey.
2. Brang it home. 3. Pill the turkey. 4.
Put it in the oven. 5. Then your Famil
well eat the Turkey.
Tiffany Jones 1. Turkey Iresing
is good to eat. 2. This is what you do
Ferst you need 3. A nife to cut the Tur-
key. 4. And you need a spoon. 5. And
the legs are good. 6. How to cook a
turkey 7. You have to cook a turkey. 8.
And you need to cook it in 9. The uvin.
And you need a wild 10. Turkey. And
you need a uvin
Dakota K, Put flower then put it in
the oven then eat it for thanksgiven
Preston 1. you pluck it scin it
cleen it cut its head off you hafed to
cut it's feet off frees it for a wekk or a
munth or a year. Then cook it.
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buy your Turkey 2 Than you put it in
flour. Next you put it in the oven. Cut
it to a piece for your family.
Craig F. 1. First you pluck it. 2
then skin it. 3 Next clean it. Cut its
head off. 4. Cut its feet off. 5 freeze
it for a week 6 or a month or a year.
6 cook it.
Rebekah P. First you go to
Walmart then you bring it home then
you spred spice on it then you put it
in the oven and cook it for so and so
minutes then you take it out and let it
cool, then you can eat it!
Madison M. 1. buy a turky. Step
two start the fire. Step 3. Put the turke
on the fire. Step 4. Let the turky Step
5. Take the turky of the fire. Step six.
Eat the turky.
Jordan I. 1. kill it 2. Skin it 3.
Clean it 4. Cut it's head off 5. Freeze
it 6. Put garlic salt on it 7. Put unyens
on it 8. Put salt on it 9. Put it in a 50
degree oven for hour 10. Then take
it out
Dalton F. 1. celya trkey 2. skin it
3. cut it's hede off 4. put it in the oven
5. let it cook 6. cut it up 7. put it in the
depe fres it 8. eat it 9. thro the dons in
the pode

Bonifay Elementary
Justin Andrews Buy the Turkey.
Get the ovin rede poot the turkey on
a pan then poot the Turkey in the ovin
then wate. About 9 or 10 minits then
take the turkey out then poot it on the
tabol.
Charles Paramore Furst buy a
turkey. Thin stuf it with sows and bac
it for about 17 awers. Thin tak it out of
the ovin and lit it cool. So that's how
to make a turkey the end.'
Dalon Reynolds 1. Plak the feths.
2. Put your fravrt sos on it. 3. Put it
in the oven. 4. And then put it on the
tadle 5. And your redey to eat.
Keylee Glover Buy the turkey.
Get the plastic off. Put it on th pan
and put it in the oven. Set the time just
right. And wen it is don take it out and
put it on the table. And then EAT!
Quade Gilmore You go out in
a corn filled. Then you set your tree
stand. Then you be very quiet. And
then you pick up your shotgun. Then
you shoot the turcky. Then you cut his
head of. Then you pluck the fethers
out then you put turkey sesings on
the turky then you put in the uven for
about 11 or 10 minutes then you eat the
turky.
Melea Kirk First you go to the
store and buy a turkey. Then you put
it in the pan and then you put it in the
oven at 200 degrees. Then you set the
timer for 15 minutes Then you wait
until it is done. Then you pull it out of
the oven. And then you eat it.
Clarissa Clayton Frist you buy it
Then you water it. Then you get the
gutse out of it. Next you get the blude
out of it. After that you bake it then
you cooke it then take it out then eats
it. Last you eat the hole thing.
Kaitlyn E. Cob Go to the Store a
get a turkey and get a turkey. And put
the turkey in the oven when it is done
you put it on the table and then you eat
the turkey. The end.
Robynn Go to the store and get a
turkey and put the turkey in the oven
and When it's done you put ii on the
table eil the trble and sit down and,,
you can start to eat. The End.
Gerald Pharis You let it Defrose.
Then you cook it. And then you eat.
No Name First you go to the store
and buy a turkey. Then you tack it
home. And you back the turkey for 5
minets. And you cut it.
Jessica Martinez First. You go
to the store and buy the turkey. Then
you take it home and you bak it in the
oven. When it is finished let it cool
off for a eminent and then put it on the
table. When you finished everything
you can eat it.
Jesse Raby Kill it pick the far-
thers. Get the bluid off it. Defrost it.
Then eat it.
Tyler Smith
You need to by a turkey at the store.
Then you go home and get out the su-
plies and the stuping then you need
to cut the Turkey open and then you
need some glovs to get out the guts
and then you get the stuping and put
it in the turkey. Then you need to put
it in the oven at 90 the greze and then
you wate. And ween it is deen you eat
it but ween you get deen don't forgit
to break the wishbone in hafe. Have a
grat Thanksgivins day.
Tanner Birge First you gut to
klil it. Pul out his frths and you need
a pan.
Kylee Parrish First go buy the
turkey. Then go home and open the
packe. Then you get it ready to bake
it. Then when its ready you bake it.






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table. Then you put the forces on the
table and plats and spons.
Sam Harcus How Samuel bake
a turkey. First you have to killed the
turkey and let it disfose. And finly you
eose the turkey. You sit the tabe and
you are fist.
Kailyn Williams Buy the turkey.
Take of plastic. Get it ready to put in
the oven. Bake it. Put on gravy. Slice
it. Put it on the table.
Kiannah Mosser 1. you kill it. 2.
Then you cut his head off. 3. Put it in
a pot 4. Give it flavor 5. Put vechdblls
on it 6. Put it in the stove and set it for
a hour 7. Eat it on a plate with some
tea 8. Wash the pot and the glass
Josehe Bo Spears Farst you gite a
pot e then pute warte in it. Pute your
stove on a 100 to gres then you gite it
nise and hot then you pute the turkey
in the pote.
Seth Bryant 1. pick the either of
cut all the thing of that you don't eat 2.
cut it up cook it then eat it
Nathan Jackson 1. Shoot a turkey
or bake one 2. Put it in the oven and
put it 350 degrees 3. If you like put
barbecue or just leave it plain 4. Then
take the fathers 5. Then cut the parts
off 6. Last of all eat warm with a glass
of milk
Bekah Dixon 1. Kill it 2. Cut it's
head off 3. Put it in a pan 4. Put carrots
on it 5. Put seasoning on it 6. Put pata-
toes on it 7. Put it in the oven for half
an hour 8. Eat it with a glass of tea
Lisa Keen 1. Pick it's fethers off.


2. Cut it up. 3. Put the sesing, a little
solt, and peper. 4. Put it in the oven. 5.
Leve it in there for one hallawr.
Carlee Jordan 1. frest cil the Tur-
key. 2. And then pluck the fatrers of. 3.
Kut the hed off 4. Get the uven redey.
5. And then eat hem.
Zakiyyah King Recipe 1. Kill the
Turkey 2. Tear wings off 3. Take off
shells 4. Take out gutts 5. Bake it 6.
Eat it 7. Share it
Whitney Vonterria Price First
you by the Turkey. Then you wash it
off. Next you cut it up. And then you
seezin it. And next you put the turkey
in the oven for a Hour. And last of all
you eat it.
Sarah Curlee 1. You pluck it's
feather's,off. 2. You put seasning on it.
3. Put it in the oven or the grill for half
an hour. 4. Take it out of the oven and
let it cool off. 5. Then you eat it. Hope
it tastes good! Thank you!
No Name 1. How to bake a
Thanksgiving Turkey. 2. Frst you Pool
his hed off. Ten you bake the Turkey.
3. Take it aut 4. Then eat 5. Now the
turkey sed Codoo Codoo
Lucas Grinde #1 Set the oven to
100 the grez. #2 put the turkey in the
oven for one awr. #3 put dressing on
the turkey. #4 put turkey on table. #5
eat with warm glas of milk.
Katelyn Holley 1. p u I e
off fathers 2. put in the uven 3. take it
out 4. then eat
Nick 1. cut it in half 2. stick vesht-
bs soup in side of it 3. put a Ito of butr
inside 4. put it in for half an hour


Joshua Storey 1. Take a Turkey
and save the Turkey. 2. Klene the
Turkey out. 3. Kut the Tuurkey hed
off then grel hem and eat hen
Nathan Bates 1. you by it. 2. You
get all the nasty sufe out 3. You put
it in the uven 4. You set the time on
12 minits 5. You put it on the tabel 6.
Then you sing the turkey song
Katie Miare Carnley You can
make a Turkey by doing this you will
have to do this. Cup of water pike the
flefethrs off of it.
Tristen Sellers 1. ferst you have to
kill it. 2. Pluck the feters off. 3. Then
cut the head off. 4. Put it in a pan and
cook it. 5. Then eat it.
Jessica Lee First I bey the Turkey.
Next I clen it. Then I put it in the oven
at 120 dight. Last we eat it..
Jasmine Polston First I wash my
hands. Next I put the turky in the oven
fo 10 minits. Then I let it cool off. Last
I eat it.
Holley Burnham First I put it in a
frien pan. Next turn on the oven. Then
after it cooks we take it out of the
oven. Last will sit down and eat it.
Joshua Redmon Fist I will buy a
Turkey. Next I will take the feathers
off the Turkey. Then I will put the
Turkey in the over for 5 mines and 3
degrees. Last I will eat it.
Tristan Prevatt First I shed the
turkey. Next I cut the turkey legs off.
Then I will put it in the oven am let
it cood for two mianits. Last I will
eat it.
Demetrious Fist I go huting with


my dad. Nest I pute it in the aven then
I set it 50. Then I take it out. Last I
eat it.
Thomas Parish First I kill the tur
key. Next I clean it. Then I cook it for
2 minutes. Last I eat it.
Harley Whitman First I put the
turkey in the oven. Next... I take it
out. Then... I add some topings. Last..
We all eat the turkey. Right now.
Anthony Mason Music First I kill
the turkey. Next I clean it. Then I put it
in the oven for 60 secents. Last I take
it out then we eat it.
Stetson Edwards First I shed its
seen. Next I put it in the oven for 35
minutes. Last I eat it.
Cierra Hysmith First I... shoot it
Next I... put paper on it. Then I... put
it in the oven. Last I... eat it.
Jeremy Worthing First I ceal it
and wash it. Next I put it in the uven
and bake it for 60 secints. Then I solt
in it. Last I eat it.
Forrest Somerset First... I will
cil it a Turkey. Next... I will clean it a
Turkey. Then... put in the oven. Last..
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Matthew Grimes First I... cut it
and shed it. Next I... put it in a pan
Then I... put it in the oven then take it
out. Last I... eat it.
Erin Paige Riley First I soote it
Next I clin it. Then I put it in the ovene
for 105 secrets. Tast I eat it.
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L II LKS
Continued from page 2B

Then, you bake it. Next, you get it out
of the oven. Last, you eat it.
Courtney Cox First, I shot a tur-
key. Then, I put sos on it. Next, I hed it
up in the oven. Last, I put it out of the
oven and sit it on the table.
Allison Ray Frrst, you get a Tur-
key. Then, you bake the Turkey. Next,
you cut the Turkey. Last, you eat it.
Tyler Forehand First I clean the
turkey. Then I put it in a pot. Next I
put it in the oven. Tast I eat it.
Avery First, I shot the turkey.
Then, I carry it home. Next, I srind
hime. Last, We ate the turkey.
Cassidy First, I kill the turkey.
Then, I pluck the turkey. Next, the
skind him and cooed him. Last I ated
him.
Aaron D. Stanford First Kill a
turkey. Then skin the turkey. Next put
it in the oven. Last take it out cut up
and enjoy.
Cole Marell First, clen a turkey.
Then, poot it in the uvin. Next, poot it
on 400 Dugres. Last, Eat it.
Alex Prescott First put it in the
water. Then put it in the oven. Next
put some sezen on it. Last eat it.
Payton Shvannan Carter First
I wold kill it. Then I wold pout it in
waetr. Next I wold pout it in the ovin.
Last I wold golp it down.
Amber Frist, you pick a turky.
Then you put in the sink and let it thol.
SNext, put it in the oven. Last, eat it.
Logan Burnham First kill it.
Then you pull the feathers out. Next
Sput it in the oven. Last eat it!
Charlie Gunter First I put it in hot
Water. Then I let it throughout. Next
then I put juice in it. Last I put it in the
oven and let it bake.
Alisha Mixon First Kill the Tur-
key. Then I piked the feathers. Next I
bake the turkey. Last I eat the turkey.
Cheyenne King First, I conch the
Turkey. Then, I pluk the fanthrs off
of the turkey. Next, I kooc the turkey.
Last, I eat the Turkey.
Autumn First, you kill a turkey.
Then, wash it off. Next you get in the
oven. Last, you eat it.
Dylan First wash it off then put
it on a pan then put it in the oven to
bake. Then you put salt on it. Next
juice. Last when there botton pops up.
Jamie Bonner First you get one.
Then you bake it. Next you get it out
of the aven. Last you eat it.
Tanya Jackson Putt it on a gril
and eat it. Happy thansgivng.
Jeremy Glenn Rock Put ,the tur-
key in the oven for 34 minits then slas
the turkey and then eat the turkey.
Brandon Muccthen 1. put som
kechutp on the top fo the turkey. 2. Put
the turkey in the uven. 3. Then eta it.
Breanna Sallas 1. First you get
the turkey. And 2. Put it in the uven.
Thin you 3. Bake it in the uven. Thin
you 4. Thak it out uv the uven. 5. And
you eat the turkey? The end
Riel Boyce To bake a turkey yeu
call the turkey dlivre man. And he
dlivres the turkey. And wiul your
children are asleep and the turkey is
asleep yeuate his head,.O .0 p.i dlk la'
the fethers out. And then yeu bake him
"Ant eat him offThanlkgivmrig. And it

Savannah Leann Newton First,
you kill the turkey. Second you pick
the feathers off the turkey. Therd you
/ clean the turkey. Fourth you bake the
Turkey. Fith you eat the turkey. The
T end.
Robert Hadley Get it from a Tur-
Skey store and cut the fithrs and eat it.
SBethany Jones 1. first, I use a
Duke=kecher. 2. Then, I put ciken
"food in the kecher. 3. Then, A Turkey-
that is hungry will eat the food. 4.
Then, I cech it and mom cook it, for
lo minitis.
John Alford Etheridge Get a
turkey from the store. Cut a slices of
it put the slices on a plate. Put it in the
oven and put a timer on 30 minutes.
William Mulkey 1. go to the store


and buy one. 2. Put the turkey in the
oven. 3. Set the oven about 30 or 10
minuits 4. When the turkey gets done
you take it out of the oven. 5. Then
you slice it. 6. Then you eat it!
Doug Gibson Scrape the turkey
skin off then poot the turkey in pan
turn oven 350 then eat all up.
Jacob Ealum 1. Biy a turkey. 2.
Grel a turkey. 3. My Mom bachs a
turkey.
Paxton Jensen My mom wud go
to the stor and bud a Turkey thin seu
wud put in the uvin thin cut it.
Brandon Rhodes Put it in the
uven then you cut it in a millyen
peses then you put some peper on it
then you put some hot sos on it then
you eat it.
Destiny Ann Carver 1. You buy
the turkey. 2. Thin you back it. 3.
Thin you git it out uv the oven thin
you git it and git the oven juice owt
uv it. Thin you cut it up in to pesis
and eat it.
Mikayla Lawlor You buy a turkey
and then you cook it. And then you put
a little salt and peper on it. And you
eat it.
Brianna You put the Turkey on a
pan and you put the pan in the uvin
and you wait a few minutes and wine
you heir the bely ring on The Stove it I
is redey That is how you can make a
Turkey.
Dillon E Sponge 1. buy turkey
at a sorie 2. open the pagis 3. put the
turkey in the pot 4. bake the turkey 5.
then eat the turkey on a plate 6. aifwed
you are done eat the turkey put your
plant in the sike

Kate M. Smith Elementary
Brandon How to cook a turkey.
Buy a turkey from Piggly Wiggly. I
cook mine in the oven.
Robin Wey wash the turkey, poot
it in the evin. Then wey eta it.
Drena How to cook a turkey. I
put it in the gril. Then I eat it when
it is warm.
Savannah How to cook a turkey. I
cook a turkey at my grandmo.
Rome If the turkey is thampbe,
turkey name is song: Bob Square
Pants.
Mikaela I bake a turkey whegally
and it is a good turkey.
Chasity First you pick it out at
the farm.- Secnd, clern it. Third, put
in salt and peper. Next, put it in the
euvin. Last, talk it out of the euvin.
Finally, eat it.
Stacey How to cook a turkey. First
they put it in the pan. Second oodrges,
third, we eat.
Keith How to cook a turkey. Frist
I had got meat, then I put sosh on it.
Last but it in the oven. finly I eat it.
Clark Hunter First you clean the
turkey and then you cook the turkey
and then you eat the turkey.
No name My mom fries north gril
outside. She does you said a you first
I look.
Madison Bau How to cook a tur-
key. First you get a turkey. Next you
put it in a pot. then put spices on it.
Last you cook it.


Nathan First you shoot the turkey.
Next you cut out the meat. After that
you cook it. Last, you spice it and
eat it.
Jessica Campbell Hello, I am go-
ing to tell you how to cook a turkey.
First you get a turkey from the store of
kill it. Second, you do is put spice on
it and then you cook it. The tempera-
ture is about 80 or 90. Then you eat it.
Madison Jordan Do you know
how to cook a turkey? Well I do and
I'll tell you! Frist you and your mom
go to the store. Then after you get
back you put the temperature on about
24 degrees. Last you put the toppings
on it. then finylley you eat it.
Joey Nunez I got the best turkey
in the forest. It was 8 inches and it
looked good to eat. I brought it home.
I told my wife I am with a turkey My
wife said oh great. First I get my gun
and kill it. Then I put seesen on it and
put it on the grill for 30 men. When
it was done the temperature said 50
degree. Last me and my wife eat the
turkey for thaksgiveing.
Bradley First you kill a turkey
then you cook the turkey next you
check the turkey to see if it is done.
last you eat it.
Anastasia Williams I shoot the
turkey at 9:00. Then I put turkey in a
pot at 10:00. Then put the seasing on
the turkey. Then I put it in the oven
at 11:00. I take it out to cool off at 11:
30. Then I eat the turkey at 12:00. Just
remember to cook a turkey for your
family at Thanksgiving.
Cori Smith First you get it from
a store. Second you wash it off. Third,
I put season on it. then I put it in the
stove and let it cook. Last I eat it with
my family.
Shelby Savell My mom got the
turkey from Wal-Mart. First you see
what temperature it is. Then you cook
it. Last you put spices on it.
Daniel Floyd First I go to South
Dakota to kill a turkey in the summer.
Then I bring it back. Next I put it in
the stove on 98 degrees. Finally I take
it out. Last I goble up.

Whit Pettis My dad found the
turkey in the woods that he shot a
long time ago. The first thing you do
is clean it. then you put spices on it.
The last thing you do is put it in the
oven. And that is how I think you cook
a turkey.
Nicholas I get a turkey. I kill it
and cook it. I put salt and pepper on it.
then I get a plate and eat it.
Danielle Nelson How to cook a
turkey. I found a turkey in the woods.
I season it. then I cook it. I put the
temperature on high.
Ashton Lanier I got the turkey
from a field. I brought it to my house. I
cooked it on 80 degrees.
Caleb Rogers I got a turkey from
the farm. You have to cut the turkeys
neck off. Then you get the feathers
out. Then cook the turkey. The turkey
has to be cut up. Then you can eat.
Megan Mosley First your dad
goes hunting in the woods for turkey
and he cleans it. Then you season the
turkey. Next you put the temperature


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spice and salt and peper in it and let it
sit for about an hour and take it out in
an hour and then walla it is done.
Julie Barfield How to cook a
turkey is to put it in the oven. Put the
timer on it is 153 for an hour and when
it.goes ding it is ready to be eaten
Taylor Collins How I got the meat
is I buy it from the store. Before I
cook it. I season it and I fry it intel it is
crispy. Once it is right I eat it.
Raquan McCovery First you
buy it at the store. Next you take the
fethers off. Then you clean it. Then
you cook it for 20 minutes. Last you
eat it.
Jordan Smothers First you shoot
a turkey and you take off the fethers.
Next you wash it and you cook it for
twenty minets then it will be done.
Trent Forrest First you go buy a
turkey then you fri the turkey. Next
you get your turkey out of the oven.
Then you let the steem out. The end.
Deante Patton First you shout
a turkey. Next you chop its head off.
Then you cook it. Then you eat it.
Crystal Bragman First you shoot
a turkeys. Next, you wash it, cook it,
then eat it.
Essence Williams First buy the
turke. Put it in the oven. Then take it
out the oven. Then eat the turkey.
Lexi Helms You buy the turkey.
Then you let the turkey defrost. Nest
you cook the turkey. Then you give
the turkey a shot. so it can be good
to eat.
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for a turkey. Shake the feathers off the
turkey. Cook the turkey. Eat the turkey.
Thats.how you make a turkey.
Lori Helms I am going to make
turkeys. You wash it. And git all the
fethers. You chop his hed off. You put
a shot in it. And you put it in the uven
for 20 minis.
Dakota First you buy it. Then you
let it de frost. After that you give a
shot that's how to cook a turkey.
Sarah Johnson You can bye a
turkey from a stor and bye bresing for
it and put it in a ovn the end.
Shawana Foxworth First, you
shoot a turkey. Next, you pluck it
fethers out then, you cut its head off
last. You cook the turkey. And that is
how to cook a turkey.
Katie Back First I go to the store
to by a turkey. I make shor it is pack-
aged, no claws and.no head. I want a
fat 40 pound turkey. I am going home


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the turkey. I have to clene the blood
out. I am wavering the turkey with slat
and pepper. Now I am going to put
the turkey in the oven for 24 mines
to cook. That will ourly cook for one
hour. Hay! I herd a timer go off. It
shor looks good and juse.
Megan Bethea First I go to the
store and buy a turkey. Next I check
to see if I see bood. I wash it, and I see
how many pounds it weighs. It was 6
pounds. Then I take out the bag. Last I
set the temperature. It was 50 degrees,
then I cook dzerts, and I tack out the
turkey, and I set the table that is how I
make a turkey.
Trenton Brock I go buy my tur-
key at the store. I am going to look for
a fat one. I think it weighs 85 pounds.
It does not have a head. When I get
home I will wash it. Then I will put
the oven temperature on 75-degrees, It
needs to cook for 1 hour and 5 min-
utes. My mom will cook noodles and
salad. My Mom and Dad will decorate
our house with pumpkins, candles,
and tablecloth. Cooking a turkey is
very hard.
Ashley Cates My mom buys a tur-
key. When she gets home she unwraps
the turkey and she washis the turkey.
She looks for a bag that has the neck,
gizzers, and heart. She gets all of the
blud out. We put the turkey in a pan
and cook it at 16 degrees for 1 1/2 min.
Are you hungry?
Alex Conway My mom goes to
the store and buys a turkey. I look to
see if it has any fethers. I look to see
if it has a head. I look to see if it has
blood. I am ready to wash my turkey.
I reach in to git the bag with the heart
and the guizzard and the neck. I see
the temtpera are for 20 degrees for
20 min. After the turkey is done, it is
ready to be ate.
Cole Daniels I by my ham at the
store. I get a certain juice for the ham.
I get a big ham, I wash it. Then I cook
it. I set the oven on 40 degrees for 10
hours. I'm hungry lets eat. Mom puts
up pilgrims and indeans to deakarate
the house.
Kendal Daniels I go to the store to


buy a turkey. It will weigh 40 pounds.
It is wrappet in a pagkig. I go home to
wash and seasoning it. I heat the oven
up for 40 minutes. I throw away the
heart, guizzard, and the neck. I put
the turkey in the oven. And get out
my china dishis. We eat squash and
peecon pie. We sit together at the talb
and eat turkey, squash, peecon pie and
dressing.
Nyasia Cook I go to buy my tur
key and ham at the store. Then when
I get home, I wash the turkey. When I
get done washing the turkey, I season
it. Then I put the turkey in a big pan
and I put it in the oven. When the
turkey is cooking I make the swet
potatoes with my Grandma. Then we
make macaroni and cheese. It takes
one hour for the turkey to get done
Then all the food is ready to eat. And
the turkey tastes very good. Wow, that
was a lot of work
Wyatt Davison My Mom buys a
turkey and we go home. I washed the
turkey and my Mom took the bag out
Then I set the temperature to 20 and
cooked it for 50 hours. Then I took
the turkey out the oven. It weighs 4
pounds and I made sure theit was no
feathers on the turkey. My grandma
puts oranges on the turkey. We are
ready to eat.
Alyssa Gainer I go to the store to
get a fat turkey and it was about 99
pouns. My Mom clenes it. Then she
takes out the bag in the medel of it
and in the bag is a heart, gizzard and
a neck. Thene we wet the oven on 59
degrees. Then we put the turkey in
the oven. We fix souled, pouken pie.
curley frise. Thene my Mom fixis the
table with her fouks, pounds, plase.
and bols. Lets eat the Thanksgiving
now.
Allison Kowitz First I go to the
store. My Mom drives me to the store
The turkey is so fat and it was so big
My Mom tacks off the bag. And when
we get home my Mom weighs it. Then
she washes it and we get the haert and
the neck out. I set the temperature at
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LI ILKS
Continued from page 3B

Then we tack it out, then we pot dres-
ing on it. Then it is Thanksgiving day.
And we have so much to eat.
Eddie Lee Mosely My Mom buy
our turkey at the store. When we get
home, I weigh the turkey then I take
out the blood, heart, guizzard and
neck. I wash it and I put it in the oven
and then I set the temperature for 50
degrees. Then i cook a casoroll.
Midrell Pittman I buy my turkey.
I get a fat turkey. I look for no feathers
and no heads an i go home and look
for that bag with heart, guizzard and
neck and I give it to my aunts cat for
it Thanksgiving dinner. Then I wash
it and then I put it in a big pan and I
put it in the oven, set the oven for 50
degrees.
My aunt made mash potatoes and
,bery pie and maceroni cheese and
then my aunt took and put her beauti-
ful cups and plates and her beautiful
tablecloth and her beautiful flowers.
Then it was time to eat.
Hunter Price I go git my turkey
at the store. The turkey can't have
no feathers, no heads, no blood, and
no claws. It haves to way 11 pounds.
I have to wash it. I have to look for
the bag and the heart and the guiz-
zard, and even the neck. I need to put
stuffing in it. The temperature is 300
degrees. Now I'm ready to eat.
Br'Amber Reed I go to the store
to buy my turkey. First I find a big
turkey. Then I go to another store and
buy my ham. Then I wash my turkey,
then I make sure it is no feathers. Then
when I am done washing my turkey I
get to help my mom season the turkey.
Next I put stuffing in my turkey. Then
I put it in the oven then I set the tem-
perature at 3 hours and 40 minutes.
Cody Strickland First I need to
get the turkey, next I have to see if it
is fat. I have to see if it is 100 pounds.
Then I have to sash it. I have to set the
oven at 105 degrees. I have to cook it
for 30 minutes. But I have to season
the turkey.
I pute it in a big pan. I will pute
stuffing in it an put it in the oven. Last
I will make pumpkin pie and dressing.
Cooking a turkey is hard.
Alex Thomas I am going to the
store to look for a fat turkey. I got
to make sure there are no feathers,
no heads, no blood, and no claws. I
got to make sure it is packaged and
tied up good. I think the turkey wood
weigh 100 pound. Then I have to wash
it. I have to look for the bag with the
heart, guizzard, and the neck. I need a
big pan. Then I put the dressing then
I turn on the oven for 60 degrees. I
think I have to cook it for 30 minutes.
Come and Eat it!
Clint Wilkes My mom buys our
turkey at the store. We check if there
is not blood. Then I weigh it. It is 10
pounds. Then I thaks it home. Then I
wash it. Then I set the temperature for
50 degrees. I Make corn and I cook
bens. then we all sit down and eat.
Austin Wyatt
I go to the store and get my ten
pound turkey. I take out the bag of the
heart, guizzard and the neck. I look to
see if their are no feathers, no blood,
and no claws. I make suie the package
is packaged and tied up. Then I wash
the turkey. Then I put the temperature
on 60 degrees. I put the frying pot
on 30 minutes. Then my Mom starts
cooking the carrot. When the turkey is
done my Mom puts the turkey on the
table. Then when the carrots are done
my Mom puts the carrots on the table.
Then we all get to eat.
Michelle Fuston
I go to the store so I can get a
fat turkey. Then we buy the stuffing,
dressing, cranberry sauce and the
mashed potatoes. And we get to the car
and put the food in the trunk so we can
go home. Then we are home and we
wash the turkey. My Mom has me set
the table so she can take the bag out. I
set the table with candles, plates, and
glass cups. My Mom is finished wash-
ing the turkey. She puts it in a pan and
tels me to put the temperature on 20
degrees. The turkey weighs 7 pounds.
The turkey is finished cooking. My
Mom puts the food on the table. It
was on for 90 min. My Mom tells me
to call, Come and I listen to my Mom.
Cooking a turkey is hard work.
Sarah K. I love Thanksgiving be-
cause you can cook a turkey and eat it.
Evey Thanksgiving is for thanks. My
family eats turkey.
Nicole Barfield On Thanksgiving
my family gos to my Mimis and Pop-
pops house for Thanksgiving. We eat
and we play games talk and more.
Tyler Adkison Austin Sometimes
my Grandma cooks a turkey. She puts
in the oven for five minits and therty
five seconds. She makes pupkin pie
and pecon pie with cranberry sauce. It
is always good food. That is why I like
Thanksgiving.
Chloe Bruner My mom gets the


frosted turkey from the store. And
then she puts it in the oven and put it
on 52 degeres. Then when the turkey
is finish she puts it on the table and
makes pumpkin pie, pecan, and green
beans. And that was the best Thaks-
giving dinner.
Jessica Giddiens We go to are Ant
Gater to have Thanksgivin she makes
pumpkin and pecan pie. We have tur-
key and mash potatoes. We sometimes
we have applesauce. We have cake.
We have a lot of fun at Thanksgiving.
Joshua Davis The way to cook a
turkey is to put vechdul in it and cook
it. Then you put it on high an than win
it is dun you take it out. I like Thanks-
giving day.
Pamela On Thanksgiving my
Mom sometimes goses to work. But
me my Dad and my sister stay home.
When my Mom gets home she has a
turkey. She has buot, she puts it in the
oven. The oven is 100 degrees. The
turkey is usuly burnt. Sometimes we
have pumpkin pie.
Steven Fritz My Mom cooks peas
and chicken, mash potatoes and that
is all. An we enjoyed it an we play
:games after outside.
Sara Smith First my Mom gets
a turkey from the store and spreads
sugar all over it. Then she puts it in
the oven on 100 degrees for an hour.
Then she gets some cranberry sauce
and put it on the table. Then she takes
the turkey out of the oven and she gets
the pecans out of the frigerater and
crushes them then she makes a pecan
pie out of it and she is done and my
family easts a great dinner.
Dakota Francis It was fun make-
ing the turkey. Thin my Mom made
the cranberry sauce. Thin my Nana
brought a pumpkin pie.
Nicolas Ayres Hi my name is
Nicolas Ayres and I am writing a story
about my Thanksgiving dinner. My
first Thanksgiving dinner was grate.
I like Thanksgiving it is the funniest
holladay of the year. I love Thanks-
giving.
Brittany Lee I love Thanksgiving
because I love the turkey and the cake
my Mom cook. My Mom loves to
cook turkey and she cook the turkey
in the oven. My Mom and I fix the
table together and lay the turkey on
the table and cut the turkey. We give it
to people. The people love our turkey
and my Mom loves the turkey to.
Eli Whitehead Buy the turkey.
Put some grease in a pot. Heat up
the grease. An put the turkey in for
an hour.
Mitchell On Thanksgiving morn-
ing my Dad and me we go hunting for
a turkey in the woods. I saw a turkey
my Dad shot him. Then we took
him home. After that we pick all the
fethers off. My Mom outs the butter
on it and the salt. Then she puts it in
the oven for a 100 degrees. Wen it is
done we eat it and it was very good.
Justin Goodwin I like cook a
turkey. My birday is on Thanksgiv-
ing is fun.
Nikki Leonber My Grandma
cook pumpkin pie and wipcrem
inside the pumpkin pie. She also put
melted choli inside the pupkin pie. My
Grandma is the best cokker ever. We
injoed it.
Zane Rogers Every time it ,is,
Thanksgiveing we go to the moutins
to eat dinner. I hope we can see a tur-
key agien. I like the wind.
Jenna Kindig My favorite thing
to eat at Thanksgiving is mashptatos
with gravy. You take sum ptatos and
smach them intell thay are soft. Then
you put gravy on top of it.
Tea Creamer I like terke for
Thanksgiving. Here's the resupe how
you make terke. First you go by a
terke. Then you let it untho. Next you
put it in the oven. Last you put it on
the table.
Zack Campbell My favorite thing
to eat at Thankgiving is cornbred. It
is easy to make cornbred. You get a
boll of corn then you stur the combred
until it is sqoushed. Then you cook it.
You leav it in the oven for ten minutes.
Then you take it out of the oven. My
favorite thing to eat at Thansgivig is
trekey. Frist you go to the story and
buy a trekey. Nexst yo go back to the
house and clean the trekey. Then you
put the trekey in the avan and wait
intill the trekey is done. Last you take
the trekey out and lay it on the tabel.
Dustin Schoen My favorite to eat
at Thanksgiving is a trucke. You put
it in a pot. Then you put sising on it.
Then you put stuffing in it. Then you
put it in the oven. Whin it is done you
can eat it.
Katlin Pendleton My favorite
thing to eat at Thankegiving is terkey.
It is esey to fix a terkey. Firs you buy
the terkey. Then you take off the paper.
Then you put the terkey in a pan. Then
you put it in the oven. It will cook.
Then you eat it.
Savannah Orr My favorite food
for Thanksgiving is bacon. I love my
grandmoms bacon. Oh it is the best in
the world. Do you want to know how


to cook bacon? It is easy. First, you go
to the groshrestore and get bacon. Sec-
ond, you put them in the mikerwave
and leave them in the mikerwave for
about 10 minutes. Third, get them
out and let them cool off, Fourth, eat
them.
Destinee Coplin My favorite thing
to eat at Thanksgiving is turkey. First,
you take it out of the frezer. Next, you
let it throw out. Then, you wash it. Last,
you cook it.
Tristan Braxton My favorite
thing to eat at Thanksgiving is turkey.
First you by it from the store or some-
where and then take it home. You un-
rap it and then you leave it in the oven
for lik an our. Then you take it out
and put letes around it. Then take the
bones out of it and then you eat it.
Carrington Estes My favorite
thing to eat at Thanksgiving is a tur-
key. I like to eat a turkey on Thanks-
giving because it is juicey. When you
by a turkey it has a little red stick in it.
A turkey is so easy to make. Me and
my Mom love to make a turkey all
you have to do is unrap it and put it
on a pan. Then put it in the oven and
you have to wait a little bit. It is ready
when the little red stick is bright. Then
you can add a little salt and pepper if
you want. When you have done all
those things you can eat it.
Selena Davis My favorite thing to
eat in Thanks giving is turkey. Frist
you put it in the oven. Then you cook
it. Next you bake it. Last you take the
turkey out of the oven and the turkey
will be done. That's all you have to
do.
Travis Prescott My favorite thing
to eat at Thanksgiving is terke. First,
you each a terke. Then kill it. Next,
you put it in the mikerwav. Then you
put it on a plate, last you eat it.
Joshua Thompson I love treckey
and it is eseey to make one, put it out
of the oven. Next we put it on the table.
Your then ready to eat the treckey.
Brittni Wooten My favorite thing
to eat at Thanksgiving is turkey. First
you got to cleen it. Next you got to
rince it off. Then you got to put in the
recapea. Last you got to cook it.
Ryan Foor My favorite thing to
eat at Thanksgiving is turkey. First
you buy it or kill it and next you cut
open and put it on the gril. Then let it
cool off. Last you eat it.
Armanii Patton My favorite thing
to eat at Thankgiveing is a turkey.
This is how you cook a turkey. First
you take the rap off. Then, you put it
in the pot. Then, borl it for two mini-
ands three seconds. Then I put it in the
oven. We put brown sisey shooger on
it. Then we get it out. Then we eat it.
Jaren Miller My favorite thing to
eat at Thanksgiving is turky. First you
put it in the ovan. Next you waite into
it bets up. Then you take it out. Last
you eat it.
Brently McClain Happy Thanks-
giving. My favorite thing to eat is lur-
zort. Is choclote pie. First, you need to
put in cool wip. After you need to put
in cookie crumbs in. Next you need to
stur it. Last you need to put it in the
oven. I love choclite pie.
Jacob Hailes My favorite food at
Thanksgiving is turky. At first, I put
some sase on it. Next I put it in the
oven. Then I take it out of the oven.
Last, I put some peper on the turkey
and then I eat it.
Codi Wood My favorite thing to
eat at Thanksgiving is turky. Fist, you
by turky. Next, you put water in the
paper plate on for 7 minits. Next you
put water in the paper plate on for 7
minits. Then you un rap and cut it.


Last, you put it in the oven.
Jordan Baxley Hape Thanksgiing.
I like trke. This is how you cuk a trke.
Frst tak off his lef. Then you chop off
his feet. Then you plot the trke in the
uvin and wat for a log time.
Lisa McKenzie My favorite thing
at Thanksgiving is ham. First you buy
it then you cook it an put it on a plate
an cut it an eat it
Alex There are many ways to cook
a turkey. If I were cooking a turkey,
I would follow these steps. First I
would go out side and shoot it. Sec-
ond I would clip off his feathers and
cut off his head. Lastley my fam and I
would enjoy the turkey I cooked.
Amber There are any ways to
cook a turkey. If I were cooking a
turkey I would follow these steps.
First I would shoot it. Second, I would
cut the head, off the feet, cut the hand,
clean it. And third, I would put it is.
the oven for 20 minutes. Lastly my
family and I would enjoy the turkey
I cooked.
Ashley There are many ways to
cook a turkey. If I were cooking a tur-
key, I would follow these steps. First, I
would clean it. Second, I would clean
it. third, I would salt and pepper it.
Lastly, my family and I would enjoy
the turkey I cooked.
Lomero There are many ways
to cook a turkey. If I were cooking
a turkey. I would follow these steps.
First, I would kill it then I would cut
it. Second, I would put it on the table.
Third would cut it thin and put salt and
pepper on it. Lastly, my family and I
would enjoy the turkey I cooked.
Jack There are many ways to cook
a turkey. If I were cooking a turkey I
would follow these steps. First I would
kill it. Second I would cook it. Third
I would eat it. Lastly my family and I
wbuld enjoy the turkey I cooked.
.tSphan There are many wanys
cook a turkey. I would follow these
steps. Fist, I would hunt for a turky.
Second, I would put it in the oven.
Third, I would pul it out of the oven.
Lastly, my family and I would enjoy
the turkey I cooked.
Jachi There are many ways to
cook a turkey. If I were cooking a tur-
key, I would follow these steps. First, I
would shoot it. Second, I would clean
it. Third, I would cut the head off.
Lastly, my family and I would enjoy
the turkey I cooked.
Mikaila there are many ways to
cook a turkey. I would follow these
steps. First I would find a turkey.
Second I would cut off its head and
legs. Third I would cook it and put it
o a plate and put salt and pepper on it.
Lastly, my family and I would enjoy
the turkey I cooked.
Brooke There are many ways to
cooke a turkey. If I were cooking a
turkey I would follow these steps.
First I would cut the head off. Second
I would take the feathers off. Third, I
would cook it. Lastly, my family and I
would enjoy the turkey I cooked.
Emily There are many ways to
cook a turkey. If I were cooking a
turkey I would follow these steps.
First I would go to the store,. Second I
would cook it for three minutes. Third
I would put in on the table. Lastly my
family and I would enjoy the turkey
I cooked.
Tyler There are many ways to
cook a turkey. If I were cooking a
turkey I wold follow these steps. First
I would. Second I would shoot the
turkey. Third, I would,I would take
the turkey home to cook it. Lastly my
family and I would enjoy the turkey'
I cooked.


Brandon There are many ways
to cook a turkey. If I were cooking
a turkey. I would follow these steps.
First I would shoot the turkey and cut
its head off. Second I would clean the
turkey and pull the turkey's feathers
off. Third I would put salt and pep-
per on the turkey and put the turkey
in the oven for 20 minutes. Lastly my
family and I would enjoy the turkey
I cooked.
Ashel McQuaig Frist you go hunt
a truckey wit a crossbow. Secent you
take the nasty stuff out. Thured you
put it in the oven an set the clock on
40 minutes, Last you have a fest.
Joshua Formby My favorite thig
to eat at Thanksgiving is macarone
and cheeses. It is good. I lick the way
my brother Jacob cooks it. He boils wa-
ter. Then he puts the shels in it. He lets
them sit for about 30 minits then he
puts cheeses and that's how he macks
macarome and cheeses.
Jerrick My favorite thing to eat at
Thanksgiveing is terky. First you get
all of the feth out. Then you cook it.
Then you eat it.
Jason Terrell My favorite thing
to eat at Thanksgiving is develed
eggs. First put the eggs on the stove
and cook it for a hower. Then take it
off of the stove. You put manaz and
relish and potato salid to mix develed
eggs up. You get a spoon and scoop
the manaz and relish and potatosalid
put a hole in the middle of the develd
eggs. You got to put manaz and relish
and potatosalid in the egg.
Brianna Sears My faferet thing to
eat at Thanksgiveing is terkey. I like
the way my Mommy cooks it. I like
the way my Daddy cooks it. We take
the plastic thing off. Then we put it
in the oven. When it is don we put a
little stick thing in the turkey.
Angel Boxley My favorite thing
to eat at Thanksgiving is a turkey. To
make a turkey first you pike out the
bones. Nexst you put a sercle with a
stick in the turkey. Then you put it in
the stove for 30 minits. Last, you put it
on a plat and cut it with a nife.
Ronnie Wilks My favorite thing
to eat at Thanksgiving is tekey. First
take it out of the freezer. Next cook it.
Then take it out of the stove and last
eat it. It is easy to cook.
Hayle Winstan My favoret thing
to eat at Thanksgiving is turkey. You
havet to put it in the avan. I cook for
abat 50 minits. Thin you take it out
and it is ready to eat.
Brittany Jean Vickers My fa-
vorite thing to eat at Thanksgiving is
tricke. Wastemaichmint cooks it good.
I thak thay pot brown sogr no it. They
pot it in a pan and pot it in the avin
for a min and two seckint. Thay pot in
a red thermometer in to see how long
to cook it.
Ethan Draayom My favorite
thing to eat at Thanksgiving it turkey.
First, me and my Mother go to the
store. Next we buy a turkey, take it
home, unwrap the turkey. We put it
in the freezer util Thanksgiving. Last
we take it out of the Freezer and put it
in the oven. We cook it for at least an
hour and its ready for dinner.

Vernon Elementary
Marissa Go to the store and buy
one. Pick out a turkey. Wash it off
slice the turkey then we cook it. Then
we eat it. The end.
Savannah Buy the turkey. Take
the turkey home and pute it into
theoven. When the oven dengs take
it out.
Nathanael Pitts I thank you. Put
it in a pan with grees and buter and
put seeing on it. And then you can
put sum peperon it. And you can put
som sollt on it.
Tyler C. Go by a turkey at the
store then brang it home and cook it
then call all of your frens.
Trevor Milk water bread and meet
and special ressapie. And suacadge.
I'm' not sure how to coock a turkey
but this is my best guess.
Natalie You go to stor then you go '
home and bake the turkey The turkey.
The end.
Iva First you clean it then you put
it in the oven then you get it out then.
you have you and your family will
have turkey.
Johs houe I how te cook a tunsey-
ey from pawill 90 duy it fnim I wiki u
nim cul and I hklt back.
Kyle Put in the pan. Put it in the
oven for 303 and then get buter bred
tea and Pepsi. Mashed putatos and
gravy then take the guts out and eat it.
Zaawella You poas to get the
paper of the turkey in donteror get the
pot to pute the turkey in in the pot in
pute it in the stove to cook in win it is
fines you pos to get it out of the stove
in then eat.
Jordan Youl need a turkey to eat.
Youl need to make some or by some
stofing. Put it in the ovin for at least
minits or so. Tace it out wen it is booel
pot the stofing into the turkey. And
you can eat it.
Jesse You could shoot a turky.


Then you could season it. You could
barbecue it. Then you could tenderise
it then you grill it.
Tyler H. I go to the store and bui
A big turkey. Then bring it home and
my daddy cooks. The. Turkey. I pute
charges in it an this all.
Gregory Buter all over turkey
preheat 350 stufe turkey with dressing
in uven intull it is dun.
Justin Frst we wish it in water
then we perheit the oven to 350"F
then we put the turkey then when
the turkey is bon then we eat it.
Alyssa First take turkey out of
plastic. Next put it in oven for 40" F
Then take it out of oven. Last it is
ready to serve.
Tim You put it in the uven and
poot in on 100 degree and wate for ad
out bort aweries.
Breanna First you need a large
pan. Place the thawed turkey in the
pan pre heat the oven to 400'F Place a
stock of butter inside the turkey Pouru
a can of coke over the turkey sprinkle
lemon pepper on the turkey cover
with foil Place the covered pan in the
oven Bake for 1 hour weigh for every
pound the turkey weighs.
Wayne Thaw out turkey. Then
preheat oven to 350 drgrees, Take
turkey put it in a pan and cover it with
aluim foil. Bake turkey for 4 hours
Last 30 min remove foil and let sken
brown. Then lets eat.
Johnathan First you need a large
pan. Place the thawed a turkey in the
pan. Preheat the oven too 01 place a
stick of butter in side the turkey pour
a can of coke over the turkey sprinkle
lemon peper on the turkey. Cover with
foil place the covered pan in the oven.
Gage You shot the turkey. And
you clen it out. And you season it and
you cook and you eat it.
Dakota I shut it. Get the feathers
off. Cut the feet and head off. Put it in
a pan. Can it. Then you season it.
Lisa Frst you got to get the turkey
from the market and then clean it out
SThen take the head off. Then you got
to take the feet off. Then you got to
put it on a pan and then you got to put
seasoning on it. Then you got to get
the stove ready and then put it in the
stove and wait for about 4103 minutes
and then put it on the plate and then
put it on the table and then you can
eat it.
Aislyn Justice First, you go out to
kill it. Second, you pick the feathers
off. Third, you chop its head, kegs.
and feet. Next, you season it. Last.
you set the timer and cook it. Yum
yum!
Jayde Coatney First you by it
Then you put a thermometer in it. Next
you season it. Finally you cook it in a
turkey pot. And next you cut it. And
last but not least you eat it.
Sarah Webb Hi my name is Sarah
and I'll show you how to cook a tur
key. Step 1. Get it. Step 2. Ses e snit
Step 3. Cook it Step 4 eat it.
John English I go to Walmart and
by the turkey. Then I take the insides
out. Then I thaw it out. Then I season
it. Then I out it in aoan. Then I cook it.
Then I eat it.
Taylor Stoltz Frst of all you have
to buy the turkey. Then you have to
put seasoning on it. Then you have to
cook the turkey at 40 degrees. Then
you have to eat it.
Jade Anderson First you go to
the store to get the turkey. Then you
take it home and let it thaw. Then you
season it and put it in the pan. Then
you cook the ymmy turkey. Last but
not least, you eat the yummy, yummy
Tukey.
Seth Batton I went ont to hunt
turkey. I will kill it I would deliver it
to the store and the store people would
cook it. Someone buy it and eat it for
Thanksgiving. And my dad would
kill one. We will cook it and eat it for
Thanksgiving.
Heath Webb First I shoot my tur
key Then I take the feathers off. Then
I skin the turkey. Then I cut the head
and the legs off. And then I put garlic
Then I cook it. Then I eat it.
Breanna Waker First you kill it
Then you skin it. Then take the guts
out. Then cut the fat off. Then put sea-
sning on it.Then put it on a pan. Then
put it in the oven for 1 hour. Then take
it out of the oven. Then cut it in half
and see if it is done.
Sophia Jackson When you kill a
turkey you have to take the feathers
legs and head off. Then you put it in a
pan. Put it in the oven Put the timer on
for 14 hours.
Jessica Smelcer First you have to
get it (buy it). Then you have to take
the feathers off of it. Next you have
to cut its head, legs and feet off. Next
you season it. Last you eat it.
Megan R. I bought it at the store
and it was a turkey. I cut it open and it
was disgusting. I saw its blood.
P.K. First you kill it then you take
the feathers off. Then you clean it.
Then you take the guts out of it. Then
you cook it. Then you eat the yummy
yummy turkey.


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NOTE: Check with these organizations to see if they
are open during the Thanksgiving holiday.

WEDNESDAY, November 23
CLOSED-Vernon Library, Wausau Library.
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes County 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
Restaurant, located 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, November 24
HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!!
FRIDAY, November 25
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.
7 p.m. Slocomb VFW dance until 10 p.m. Music by
the Country Boys. Admission $3; Children 12 and under
free with parents. No smoking or alcohol. Door prizes
and 50/50 giveaways. Refreshments available.
7 p.m. Geneva senior citizens dance at the community
center until 10 p.m. for those 21 and older. Band is "Still
Country." Admission $3.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting, held at
Presbyterian Church in Chipley.
SATURDAY, November 26
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.-AlcholicsAnonymous meeting, held at Bethlehem
Masonic Lodge, located on Hwy. 177 in Holmes County.
SUNDAY, November 27
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held in the board
room at Graceville Hospital in Graceville.
4-6 p.m.-Conversational English classes for internation-
als, held at Shiloh Baptist Church. Contact church office,
638-1014 or Karma Cook, 638-8418.
MONDAY, November 28
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. .
6:00 p.m.-Bonifay City Council meeting.
6:30-8:30 p.m.-Conversational English classes for inter-
nationals, held at Shiloh Baptist 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, November 29
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 break-
fast
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (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
Presbyterian Church in Chipley,

PDL Class of '96
Ponce de Leon High
,. School's 1996 graduates
are planning their 10-year
reunion.
.,.- : Graduates or those with
information on the 1996
'graduates, should contact
Jessica Burgess at (850)
855-0465 or email inform
Sationtojessica4160@yaho
SI' :_: o.com.


Hanna
Elaine Duke
Scott and Chastity Duke
of Chipley welcome the
birth of their first child,
Hanna Elaine. Hanna was
born October 4th at 7:45
a.m. at Gulf Coast Medi-
cal Center in Panama City.
She weighed eight pounds
and two ounces and was 20
inches long.
Hanna is the grandaugh-
ter of Marvin and Judy
Reno of Wausau, and
Danny and Jan Duke
of Caryville. She is the
great granddaughter of Es-
ther Reno of Vernon, and
Aaron and Teresa Duke of
Caryville.


Thanksgiving is
time to celebrate and
give thanks for all
that God has done.
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Cook-Moss wedding
Aimee Lynn Cook and Ashley Lance Moss were
united in marriage on Oct. 15. The Rev. Shelly Chandler
performed the double-ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Cook
of Bonifay. She is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis Cook of Bonifay and the late Mr. and Mrs.
Clifford Hall of Panama City.
The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Rick Moss of
Bonifay. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Andrews of Bonifay and Mr. and Mrs. Duron Moss of
Defuniak Springs.
Rebecca Prince of Birmingham, Ala., served as ma-
tron of honor. Kym Harcus of Chipley served as maid of
honor. The bridesmaids were sisters of the bride, Lauren
Cooper and Leigh Newsom of Bonifay. Emma Prince of
Birmingham, Ala., served as flower girl.
Serving as best man for the groom was Noah Bowen
of Bonifay. The groomsmen were Bobby Bowen, Lyn-
don Cook of Bonifay and Jeff Roberts of Chipley.
The fall-themed reception was catered by Celebrations
in Chipley. The wedding was directed by Marianne Bar-
ton of Bonifay. Debbie Crutchfield of Bonifay played the
piano. Attending the bride's book was Michelle Owens
of Bonifay.
The couple enjoyed a honeymoon in Pigeon Forge,
Tenn., and are making their home in Bonifay.

Kris Kringle Market
Second Annual Kris Kringle Market on Saturday,
December 10, and Sunday, December 11, 9 a.m. until,
Geneva County Farm Center Hwy. 52 (Geneva/Hartford
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She is the daughter of
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November is National Epilepsy Awareness Month.
During this month of observance, the Epilepsy Asso
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6B, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, November 23, 2005


Carter 50th
anniversary
Dalton and Maidy Cart-
er of Wausau will celebrate
their Golden Wedding An-
niversary on Dec. 3.
They have three chil-
dren, Dennis, Randy and
Jackie W. Another son,
Travis Gerald is deceased.
The honorees are the
grandparents of Jared, Ali-
sha, Brittany, Lainie, Kyle,
and Joshua.
The couple are life-
long residents of Wausau.
Maidy is the former Maidy
Taylor. She worked and
was owner of Ideal Beauty
Salon for 30 years. She
served on the Board of
Trustees of the Washington
County Hospital.
Dalton served in the U.S.
Army from 1954-1956. He
retired from the Florida
Department of Transpor-
tation after 47 years. He


Spear-Taylor
engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Randy
Spear of Bonifay announce
the engagement and ap-
proaching marriage of their
daughter, Meaghan Renae
to Lucas Nathaniel Taylor,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Cody
Taylor also of Bonifay.
Grandparents of the
bride-elect are Mary Henry
of Ashford, Ala., the late
Bob Henry, and Mr. and
Mrs. Neil Spear of Bonifay,
Florida.
The groom's grandpar-
ents are the late Mr. and
Mrs. Bob Garrett.
A 2002 graduate of Hol-
mes County High School,
the bride-elect received her
Associate of Arts degree
from Chipola College in
2004, and will complete
the Nursing Program at
Chipola College in the
spring of 2006.
The prospective groom
graduated from Hol-
mes. County High School
in1996, from Chipola Jr.
College in 1998, and in
2000 completed a Bach-
elor of Science degree


was active in various civic
organizations throughout
his career including the
Wausau Community De-
velopment Club, and serv-
ing as founder and general
chairman of Wausau's fa-
mous Funday and Possum
Festival for 25 years.
The Carters are long-
time members of the


in Criminal Justice from
Florida State University.
He received a Juris Doc-
torate from Mississippi
College School of Law in
2003. He is Assistant State
Attorney for the 14th Judi-
cial Circuit in Washington
County.
The wedding is planned
for December 16 at 7 p.m.


Wausau Assembly of God
Church. The children and
their spouses Dennis and
Debbie, Randy and Julie,
Jackie W. and Karen will
host a reception from 3-5
p.m. Saturday, Dec. 3, in
the church fellowship hall.
All friends and relatives
are cordially invited. They
ask "no gifts, please."


at the First Baptist Church
in Bonifay.
Invitations will not be
sent locally, but all friends
and relatives are cordially
invited to attend.
A reception will be held
immediately following the
ceremony at The Waits
Mansion, at 209 W. Kansas
Avenue, Bonifay.


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Ponce de Leon
High School
First nine weeks
Sixth grade
All A's Ty Alford, Kai-
tlyn Carroll, Ashley Davis,
Reid Davis, Tony Dozier, Da-
kota Jones, Brista Locke
A's and B's Maggie
Baker, Evan Blalock, Allysa
Bump, Eli Burgess, Harley
Carter, Steven Driggers,
Brianna Freeman, Dillon
Groce, Clay Jackson, Kacie
Kolmetz, Dustin Landers,
Jessie Martin, Jaicee Mayo,
Dallas Moring, Katie San-
tos, Whittney Sexton, Tyler
Smith, Logan Taylor
Seventh grade
All A's Charles Harvan,
Allie Rushing
A's and B's Krista Alford,
Eli Jones, Davide Latorella,
David Roberts, Samantha
Walters
Eighth grade
All A's Brandi Baker,


Bonifay
Christmas
Celebration
Once again the Bonifay
Fire Department and
the City of Bonifay will
sponsor the second annual
Christmas Celebration on
Thursday, Dec. 8. It will be
held at the City Park across
from Memorial Field.
After the last participant
of the Christmas Parade of
Lights has gone through
Veterans Blvd., the Bonifay
Police Department will
close the road to all traffic.
The celebration will
begin with the Christmas
Parade of Lights, hosted
by the Bonifay Kiwanis


Timothy Holland, Randi
Hudson, Desirae Pratt
A's and B's Danielle
Coghill, Justin Ellis, James
Holmes, Tyler Hudson, Mi-
chael Lunt, Brittany Man-
ning, Tyler Nixon, Alan
Parson, Keaton Peak, Tori
Rushing, Andy Stafford, Jen-
nifer Yoakum

Ninth grade
All A's Jared Bump,
Alicia Davis, Kelsi Holder,
Jessica Landers, Whitney
Rushing, Seth Skinner
A's and B's Jake Alford,
Valerie Bruner, Josh Coghill,
Chase Crow, Sharah Curry,
Chris Deckert, Channing
Hammond, Whitney Stafford
10th grade
All A's Samuel Griffin,
Dustin Locke, Ashleigh Pitts
A's and B's Dallie Allred,
Thomas Bowden, Jennifer
Grant, Mary Howes, Billy
Johnson, Kaitlyn Joiner, Jed


Club, starting at 6 p.m. in
downtown Bonifay. Line-
up for the parade will be
at the Bonifay Elementary
School located at 307 W.
North Street. All par-
ticipants in the parade will
need to be at the school no
later than 5 p.m. Applica-
tions may be picked up
at the Bonifay City Hall.
Those who are participat-
ing in the parade and plan
on staying for the celebra-
tion will need to park in
the "big field" near the
recreation center. For more
information on the parade,
contact Holly Holland at
(850) 547-5363.
Follow the parade to
the City Park where ev-
eryone can celebrate the


Jones,. Megan Kolmetz,
Kacey Moore, Ashlee Parson,
Whitney Rushing, Hannah
Woodall, Maggie Wright,
Tyla Yates

11th grade
All A's Shannon Grif-
fin, Ashley Hewett, Whitney
McCormick, Zack Rushing,
Kylie Wilson
A's and B's Joseph Bar-
one, Meghan Barton, Amber
Byrd, Cody Carroll, Daniel
Carroll, Jordan Cockrell,
Louis Farmer, Bridgett Gill-
man, Samantha Hudson,
Chris Peterson, Kyle Shull,
Dylan Skinner, Billy Yates
12th grade
All A's Jessica Brooks,
Barbara Byrd, Catherine Tin-
sley, Savannah Whigham
A's and B's Jesse Joiner,
Spencer Kennington, Zach
Kennison, Mia McMillan,
Nick Rushing, Austin Sims,
Russ Stafford


season with a free holiday
concert. The local church
choirs will perform all the
Christmas favorites. Enjoy
a twinkling start to the fes-
tive season as the City of
Bonifay switches on the
Christmas lights.
There'll be a visit by
Santa who will be passing
out candy to all the chil-
dren. Join in for hot choco-
late, hot dogs, Christmas
carols and a chance to
enjoy the holiday atmo-
sphere.
The event is free to
the public. Everyone is
invited to come and enjoy
all the old-fashioned fam-
ily fun that is packed full
of the sights and sounds of
Christmas.


Johnson-Brown engagement
Sonny and Mary Johnson announce the engagement
of their son, Luke Tomlin Johnson, to Nikki Kathleen
Brown of Bristol.
The prospective groom is the grandson of Ola and
the late L.T. Johnson, Edna Richardson and the late J.H.
Richardson, all-of Graceville.
Luke is a graduate of Fort Meade High School, Chipola
Junior College and Florida State University. He holds a
B.A. in risk management/insurance and is employed in
Tallahassee.
The bride-elect is the daughter of Richard and Kath-
leen Brown of Bristol and the granddaughter of Jack and
Helen Brown of Bristol; Hazel Eddleman of Telogia,
Cloyce and Charlotte Brown of Columbus, Ga., and Jim
Eddleman of Westminster, Colorado.
Nikki is a graduate of Liberty County High School,
Chipola Junior College and Florida State University. She
holds a B.A. in computer science and is employed in Tal-
lahassee.
The wedding is scheduled for March 25, 2006, at 5:30
p.m. and will be held at Torreya State Park. A reception
will immediately following the ceremony will be at the
Veterans' Memorial Park Civic Center in Bristol.
All friends and family are welcome. No local invita-
tions will be mailed. The couple will reside in Tallahas-
see.


Tri-County
Beauty Pageant
Proceeds from the Tri-
County Beauty Pageant
being held on Nov. 26 at
teh Washington County
Ag Center will go to TCC
to benefit the Stocking
Stuffers program.
Pageant fees may be
waived for any contestant
gathering a minimum of
$200 in sponsorship.
Pageant admission is $3
per adult, $1 per child, age
3 11 years. Children, two
and under will be admitted
at no charge. Bring an un-
wrapped toy valued at $3
or more and receive two-
for-one admission.
For more informa-
tion contact Carolyn at
(850) 638-8386 or visit
bowsbycarolyn @aol.com.


604 S. Mathushek Street
Bonifay, Florida 32425
Phone (850) 547-2621
www.bonifaysda.org

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Circus Day in
Wausau Nov. 29
Tuesday, Nov. 29 will be
circus day in Wausau. Loo-
mis Brothers Circus will
present two performances
at the Possum Palace on
2121 Possum Drive. Show
times will be 5 p.m. and 7
p.m.
The circus will feature
elephants, tigers, clowns.
acrobats, magic, aerialists.
trained dogs, jugglers and
much more.
Doors open one hour
prior to show time with el.
ephant rides, cotton candy
and popcorn available.
Children, age 12 and un-
der, will be admitted free
with a paid adult. Tickets
for adults are available
now for $2 less than the
price at the gate.
For ticket information.
call Wausau Town Hall at
(850) 638-1781.

Military news
Navy Petty Officer 3rd
Class Nathan J. Burnett.
son of Elaine Burnett of
Panama City and Dale Bur.
nett of Chipley, recently re-
ported for duty aboard the
amphibious assault ship
USS Boxer, homeported
in San Diego.
Burnett is a 1995 gradu.
ate of Rutherford High
School of Panama City.
and joined the Navy in
February, 2000.


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8B. Washinaton County News/Homles County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, November 23, 2006


'Sr


Eileen Ledbetter, 61
Eileen Marie Ledbetter of
Chipley died there Nov. 13.
She was born Sept. 2, 1944,
in Jacksonville to Authur and
Gladys (McCool) Acosta.
She had lived in Washing-
ton County for the past 22
years. She was of the Baptist
faith. She was preceded in
death by her parents and two
brothers, Carlos Acosta and
Richard Acosta.
Survivors include her
husband, Kenneth Ledbetter
of Chipley; two sons, Craig
Stewart of Jacksonville and
Ronald Stewart of Chipley;
a daughter, Holley Dyess
of Gray, Ga.; five brothers,
Danny Acosta and Ronald
Acosta, both of Jacksonville,
Terry Acosta of Lake City,
Larry Acosta of Chipley and
Randy Acosta of Panama
City; two sisters, Faye Lobak
of Oceanway and Kitty Shef-
field of Chipley, and eight
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Nov. 16 in the funeral home's
Brickyard Road chapel with
the Rev. Wilton Haddock
and Bro. Bruce Batton of-
ficiating.
Burial followed in Wausau
Memorial Gardens with
Brown Funeral Home of
Chipley directing.
Wallace Simmons, 72
Wallace H. Simmons of
Wausau died Nov. 14 at Bay
Medical Center. He was a
lifelong resident of Wausau,
and son of the late Glen and
Ethel Simmons.
Simmons was retired from
the construction industry. He
served in the National Guard
for 10 years. In addition to
his parents, he was preceded
in death by a sister, Mary E.
Peel.
Survivors include his wife,
Carolyn Simmons of Wausau;
three sons, Wallace H. Sim-
mons Jr. of South Carolina,
James Calvin Simmons and
Gary Wayne Simmons, both
of Wausau; a daughter, Glen-
na Diane Padgett of Chipley.
one sister, Vonceil Simmons
Coggin of Chipley, and nine
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Nov. 17 at Wausau Methodist
Church with Bro. Roger Dale
Hagan officiating.
Burial followed in Wausau
Memorial Cemetery with
Brown Funeral Home of
Chipley directing.
Betty A. Priest, 49
Betty Ann Priest of Vernon
died Nov. 15 in Chipley. She
was born March 6, 1956, in
Newnan, Ga., to Edgar Lee
and Betty Ruth (Boone)
Story.
Priest was preceded in
death by her father.
Survivors include her
mother, Betty Story of Sam-
son, Ala.; one daughter, Ma-
dalyn Ruth Priest of Samson;
a brother, Randall Story of
New Orleans, La.; and one
grandchild.
Memorialization was
by cremation with Brown
Funeral Home of Chipley
directing.
Albert Volpe Sr., 84
Albert G. Volpe Sr. of
Chipley died Nov. 17 at his
home there. He had recently
moved to Washington Coun-
ty from Tucson, Ariz., where


he retired as supervisor of
maintenance and mechanic
for the Suffolk County Police
Department after 29 years.
Volpe had worked on
aircraft at Mitchell Field
Aviation during WWII. He
was a past Grand Knight in
the Knights of Columbus,
past commissioner of the
Hauppauge Fire Department.
Survivors include a son,
Albert G. Volpe Jr. of Brent-
wood, N.Y; two daughters,
Teresa A. Albritton of Chipley
and LynnMarie Volpe of
Patchoque, N.Y.; a sister,
Josephine D'Auria of Tucson,
Ariz., nine grandchildren and
nine great-grandchildren.
Services were held Nov.
19 in Brown Funeral Home's
Brickyard Road Chapel in
Chipley with the Rev. Mike
Vosbrink officiating.
Burial followed in Wachob
Forest Lawn cemetery.
Cora Simmons, 94
Cora Simmons of Bonifay
died Nov. 18 at her home
there. She is survived by her
husband, Tommie Simmons
of Bonifay; two sons, Ray-
bur Paulk and wife, Sarah,
of Bonifay and Harold Paulk
and wife, Paula, of Colum-
bia, S.C.; two sisters, Floy
Halter of Wilton, Iowa and
Vonzie Vaughn of Bonifay,
six grandchildren and nine
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Nov. 20 in the funeral home
chapel with the Revs. Tracy
Hobbs and John Hinkle of-
ficiating.
Burial was in Cedar Grove
Cemetery with Sims Funeral
Home of Bonifay directing.
Billy Joe Baxter, 73
Billy Joe Baxter of Ponce
de Leon died Nov. 9 at Wash-
ington Rehab and Nursing
Center in Chipley.
He is survived by two
brothers, Ray Baxter of
Windsor, Va., and Robert
Baxter of Vernon.
Memorialization was by
cremation with Sims Funeral
'Home of Bonifay in charge of
arrangements.
James D. Williams, 70
James Donald Williams of
Bonifay died Nov. 15 at Bay
Medical Center in Panama
City.
.Survivors include a son,
Henry Williams of Fountain;
daughter, Michelle Williams
of Marianna; mother, Lucille
Sikes Bomback of Bonifay;
and one grandchild.
Services were held Nov.
19 in the funeral home chapel
with the Rev. Johnny Brad-
shaw officiating.
Burial was in Pine Hill
Cemetery with Sims Funeral
Home of Bonifay directing.
Louise R. Eglee, 93
Louise Rosamonde Eglee
died Nov. 19. She was born
Oct. 27, 1912, in Warsaw, Po-
land, the first of 18 children
born to Thomas and Frances
Krenick.
She came to America
when she was two years old.
Four of her brothers served
in WWII. Her brother John
Krenick was a decorated hero
who served with General Pat-
ton.
She was a member of Sun-
ny Hills First Baptist Church.
Survivors include a
daughter, Ruth Mattick of


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lived until last year when she
moved to the Southern Home
in Graceville. She was bap-
tized into the Lord's family at
the age of 85.
Survivors also include two
sons, Charles C. Fernald of
Parksburg, Pa., and Robert
W. Quaintance of Spring-
field; two brothers, Michael
Krenick of Parkesburg and
Joseph Krenick of Batesville,
Miss.; three sisters, Eliza-
beth Sevec of Washington,
Pa., Katherine Peterson of
Baltimore, Md., and Mary
Beideman of Wagontown,
Pa., three grandchildren, nine
great-grandchildren, and four
great-great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will
be held 11 a,m, Nov. 23 at
Brown Funeral Home Chapel
on Brickyard Road, Chipley,
with deacon Tim Long of-
ficiating.
Burial will be in Wachob
Forest Lawn Cemetery with
Brown Funeral Home of
Chipley directing.
Eloise H. Scott, 79
Eloise Hildra Scott of
Granbury, Texas, died Nov.
19 at Doctor's Memorial
Hospital in Bonifay. She was
a daughter of the late Thomas
Leslie and Zeta Orene Scott.
Survivors include a
son, William H. Kiesel of
Wanesville, Ga.; and three
daughters, Leslie Martin of
Granbury, Theresa Lowther
of Macclenny, and Brenda
Dagey of Lexington, Md.
Memorialization was by
cremation with Peel Funeral
Home of Bonifay in charge of
arrangements.
Kenneth D. Rakes, 79
Kenneth Darrell Rakes
of Chipley died Nov. 19 at
Flowers Hospital in Dothan,
Ala. He was a son of the late
Andrew Thomas and Emma
B. Rakes.
Survivors include two
brothers, Hershel Lamar
Rakes of Logan, Utah, and
Delmon K. Rakes of Angeles


City, Philippines.
Memorialization was by
cremation with Peel Funeral
Home of Bonifay in charge of
arrangements.
Louvenia Whitaker, 87
Louvenia Forehand
Whitaker of Panama City
died Nov. 15 at Glencove
Nursing Pavilion. She was
born in Holmes County and
had been a life-long resident
of Northwest Florida.
She was a homemaker and
a devoted member of the Life
and Praise Worship Center in
Panama City.
Whitaker was preceded in
death by her husband, Alvin
Lee Whitaker and two grand-
children.
Survivors include a
son, Lee Whitaker Jr. and
wife, Barbara, of Panama
City; three daughters, Janie
Bees and Patricia Kirkland
and husband, Jack, all of
Panama City, Lutrell Sohn
and husband, Richard, of
DeFuniak Springs; a brother,
Ray Forehand of Eulee; two
sisters, Helen Harris of Pen-
sacola and Ellen Mitchell and
husband, Ray, of Bonifay;
12 grandchildren, 21 great-
grandchildren and four great-
great-grandchildren.
Services were held Nov.
18 at Bethlehem Methodist
Church. Burial followed in
the church cemetery with
Southerland Family Funeral
Homes of Panama City di-
recting.
Memorial donations may
be made to Life and Praise
Worship Center of Panama
City or to the Bethlehem
Methodist Church in Holmes
County.
Expressions of sympa-
thy may be submitted and
viewed at www.southerlandf
amily.com.
Lyndel I. Lee, 88
Lyndel Irene Lee of Doug-
las Ferry Road, Caryville,
died Nov. 20 at Northwest
Florida Community Hospi-
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daughter of the late Will and
Annie Padgett.
In addition to her parents,
she was preceded in death
by her husband, Bernice Lee,
and three brothers, Jerohn
Padgett, Caswell Padgett and
W.C. Padgett.
Survivors include a son
and daughter-in-law, Ronald
and Cindy Lee of Caryville;
three sisters, Juanice Stuart
of DeFuniak Springs, Lanora
Smith of Vernon and Sue
Ward of Panama City; two
grandchildren and six grand-
children.
Services will be held 3
p.m. Nov. 23 at Pleasant
Grove Methodist Church
with the Revs. Mike Weeks
and Allen English officiating.
Burial will be in the church
cemetery with Peel Funeral
Home of Bonifay directing.
Luther M. Bellamy, 86 and
Gladys H. Bellamy, 82
Luther Myers Bellamy,
and his wife of 62 years,
Gladys Hoyle Bellamy, died
as a result of injuries sus-
tained in an automobile ac-
cident on Nov. 17.
He was born in Willowbar,
Okla. and she was born in
Handsboro, Miss. They met
in 1941 at Keesler Field in
Biloxi, Miss., and married on
May 29, 1943.
Mr. Bellamy, a member of
the Army AirCorp., attained
the rank of Staff Sgt.
After his discharge, they
moved to Rockville, Md.
where he worked in the book-
binding business while Mrs.
Bellamy was both, homemak-
er and government employee.
Upon retiring in 1977 they
moved to Sunny Hills. They
were active in their church
and were instrumental in the
building of Sunny Hills Com-
munity Church, Presbyterian
TTRA Rnth served as elders


at various times, she was
clerk of the session They
were also honored when the
garden next to the church was
named Bellamy Gardens.
Mr. Bellamy also belonged
to the Sunny Hills Volunteer
Fire Department for 20 years.
ten of those as Chief. He
continued to assist the fire
department as a fund-raiser
and received several awards
for his work.
He was also an avid fish.
erman. Both were active in
bowling leagues.
He was preceded in death
by his parents, John Taylor
Bellamy and Elizabeth My.
ers Bellamy and siblings, Jess
Bellamy and Mary Sumpter
Sword. She was preceded
in death by her parents, W.H.
Hoyle and Lula Carter Webb.
and siblings David Hoyle and
Jim Hoyle.
They are survived by a son.
Franklin Arthur Bellamy and
wife, Johnnie Ruth of Colum-
bia, Tenn., Two daughters;
Mary Ellen Baker and hus-
band Fred, of Hattiesburg.
Miss.; Jane Jarboe and hus-
band Bill of Hereford, Ariz..
and four grandchildren. Mrs.
Bellamy is also survived by
a brother and sister-in-law.
Wendell and Betty Sue Hoyle
of Greenville, Miss. Extend.
ed family includes two sisters-
in-law and many nieces and
nephews.
Memorial services were
held Nov. 22, at Sunny Hills
Community Church with Rev.
Ruth Hempel officiating. In-
terment will be at East Lawn
Memorial Park, Kingsport.
Tenn. with Kent-Forest Lawn
Funeral Home directing.
In lieu of flowers, contri-
bution may be made to Sunny
Hills Community Church or
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GENERATOR 120-240V
new commercial 7500
watts electric start. Ask-
ing $1800 firm.
(850)638-1272
CHRISTMAS TREES
MAPHIS Tree Farm and
Nursery. Monday-Satur-
day 8am-5pm, Sunday
1pm-5pm. Leyland Cy-
press, Red Cedar, Vir-
ginia Pines, Tree stands,
nursery plants, Gift Shop,
unique gifts, jellies,
honey. Located 2 miles
south of Chipley, off Or-
ange Hill Hwy. 814
Rattlebox Road.
(850)638-8243
HAY WELL FERTILIZED
clean, Tifton 44 coastal
bermuda grass hay.
Large rolls, $35, more
than 5, $32. 547-2550
evenings.
SOD FOR SALE on the
farm, delivered or in-
stalled. Centipede and
419 Bermuda. WEST
FLORIDA TURF
(850)638-4860. 24
Years experience!
HOME GROWN
TOMATOES open 8-5
Monday Saturday,
closed Sunday. Call 850-
260-5003 or 850-527-
3380 1567 Piney
Grove Rd. Chipley
1954 FORD JUBILEE
Tractor with bushhog,
scrapper & box blade
$4500. Craftsman Gar-
den tractor $1000. 6.75
HP rotory lawn mower
$200, utility trailer $400.
535-1505
2004 REDCAT MOTOR-
CYCLE GY 200 (Enduro
Style) $450. 1979 Dodge
Powerwagon 4x4 $800.
1984 Chevrolet 4x4 4"
lift 32x11.50x15 tires,
new paint & shocks
$3500. 547-3148
FOR SALE JUST in time
for hunting season! 1996
Polaris Explorer 400, four
wheeler. Automatic, four-
wheel drive, excellent
condition $3500. Richard
L. Williams 638-0004 or
415-2520
GIFTS FOR THE horse
person. Plastic horses to
porcelain horses. Origi-
nal paintings & prints and
some tack. Something
for everyone. Call direc-
tions. Caliente Farm
(850)638-0635
COLOR COPIES $1.
COPIES 150 Washing-
ton County News, down-
town Chipley.
CONE'S CHRISTMAS
TREES 5000 to sell at
$5-$10. Others $15-$20.
From Bonifay North on
173, turn right at Jackson
Rd, follow signs. 263-
4426
USED LP GAS Tank
$150, see at Holmes
County Times-Advertiser.
Call 547-9414
SOD SOD SOD Quality
you can depend on! 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
EASY GO GOLF Cart
2001, like new, excellent
condition $1850. 535-
4121
HARDWOOD FLOOR-
ING 1100 BF Select Ver-
mont Maple Hardwood
Floor. $1 sq. ft. 638-
1336
1995 FLEETWOOD
20FT pop-up camper
with A/C, gas stove, elec-
tric, sleeps 6. 638-0983,
leave message.
2000 PROWLER 26'
travel trailer with slide
out, TV, sleeps 6, used
little. $10,000. 535-1505
20 GA SINGLE barrel
shot gun $50. New Abs
Scissor by Jake $100.
Health Rider $50. Rocker
glider & ataman $125
new. Living room rocker
wood $50. Variety an-
tique dishes by the
piece. 415-1819


FOR SALE tra
Ford, new mo
cludes bushhog
ment, paid $470
fice at $3700. (8
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TRAILER F01
TOON boat, 1
wide alum boo
eng, foot control
motor. $1800. 6




FOR SALE PAl
mare, deep g(
white $2300 C
month old quart
filly $800 OBC
0742
FEMALE BOXE
to good home. B
Bull puppies als
good home. Pei
tens free to goc
also. 638-2350
15 YOUNG HE
starting to lay.
638-1246




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should be plant
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tables and a
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Shade, Flowerin
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nifay, 850-547-2
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and trees. 2636
Dairy Rd, Verne
9886



NEW BRAND
King Mattress s
in factory plas
ranty. 850-425-
NEW QUEEN
TRESS and bas
used, in unopen
tic: Must sell. $1
545-7112
PATIO & LAWN
TURE Adir
chairs, porch
porch swings, I
bles, children
rocking horses
Richters Furnitui
North Ave. Bonif
5941
Order now for
mas!!
NEW BEDRO(
beautiful cheri
Philippe 8 piec
King sleigh bed,
mirror, che
nightstands. S
$4600, sell $16
545-7112
FORMAL
ROOM brar
cherry table with
and lighted china
$3k retail, sell f
850-425-8374
QUEEN MAT
SET double pil
New in plastic
ranty. $150. 8
8374
FURNITURE &
MATTRESSES
low, low overhe
antees low, low,
es.
P&S Discount F
Chipley. (Sinc
850-638-4311
CHERRY SLEI(
$250. Brand ne
wood. 850-222-
MATTRESS SE
full set with

222-7783
NEW LEATHE
and loveseat. $
deliver. 850-222
6 PC FULL/QUE
room set. New i
sacrifice $550.
7783


ctor 8-N 1999 CADILLAC SE-
itor, in- DAN Deville, pewter/bur-
I attach- gundy leather. Fully load-
0, sacri- ed. Lifetime tire balanc-
850)642- ing. Trailer hitch. 41,000
miles. Luxurious
$20,999. (850)547-3342
or 763-6872
1999 MERCURY
SABLE 35,000 miles,
R PON- like new, must sell, excel-
6' extra lent condition. Pay off
at, 25hp only. 415-6683; 638-
I trolling 0083
38-1991 TOYOTA COROLLA
WAGON dlx.1989 5-spd
standard shift, 5 door,
tinted windows, tilt wheel,
PS, PB, AC, radio & tape
LOMINO deck, 153,414 true miles,
old and one owner, looks good,
)BO. 18 runs good. $1000 cash
er horse OBO. 547-7328
). 547- 91 5.0 Mustang LX,
hatchback, under 130k,
R FREE runs great. $3000.
3oxer Pit (850)415-6444
o free to 2003 INFINITI G35 2-
rsian kit- door Coupe, fully loaded,
)d home automatic & manual,
leather, 6 disc, CD play-
-NS just er, silver, sunroof, spor-
$5 each. ty, well taken care of.
$24,000. Call (850)527-
9592; (850)547-5070,
ask for Tyler.
1998 BUICK REGAL
GS, red, gray leather in-
EES terior, 4.0L 3800 Series II
ed in the Supercharged engine,
frve 83,000 miles, air, $7000.
nnuals. (850)260-1149
n Fruit, 2004 CHRYSLER
g Trees. SEBRING GTC 3476
'! Other miles, $16,900. OBO.
wholesale (850)573-7676
ect from 87 CHRYSLER New
All Ways Yorker, white, cruise, tilt
nursery, steering, AC, power
Tuesday locks, windows, automat-
658 Hwy ic. AM/FM radio. 624-
NW Bo- 9773
.938.
1992 BUICK
"NUS- ROADMASTER
y shrubs stationwagon, 67k, tow-
6 Bruner
in. 535- ing package, AC, all
power equipment, new
tires, good condition.
J $2000. (850)-638-1272
FOR SALE 1997 Silver
Camaro, T-Tops, 65K
NAME miles$10,500. 547-3545
;et $250,
tic, wa- 99 OLDS AURORA 54k
tic, war-
8374 miles, loaded, very good
condition $8700. Call
I MAT- Tom @ (850)547-9780
3e. Never
ela 2000 BRONZE CHEVY
25. 850- Malibu. 55,000 miles,
AC, CD player, tinted
power windows, new
I FURNI- stock speakers. Like
rondack new! $10,000. Call 849-
rockers, 1143
pcnic ta- 2001 FORD EXPLORER
rockers, white, automatic, fully
5, all at loaded, 6 CD changer,
re 206 e. running boards, custom-
fay 547- ized bra, $8000.
(334)588-3141, cell
Christ- (850)418-0031
92 CHEVY CAPRICE
OM SET Classic SW. Fully loaded,
r seats 9.$2800 OBO.Ask
ry Louis for Karl. 547-4465
;e wood,
dresser FOR SALE 2002 Kia Rio
st, 2 like new 27,000 miles, 5
Speed, AC,
ug. list AlpineCD$5500 773-
50. 850- 2395
1998 PONTIAC TRANS-
DINING PORT mini-van, 6-cyl,
nd new seats seven, excellent
6 chairs shape inside & out, cold
cabinet air, loaded $5995. 547-
9233
or $999.
81 CORVETTE NEW en-
gine, mechanically great,
'TRESS garage kept for 13 yrs.
low top. $8900. 535-1778
with war- 1979 CORVETTE
50-425- Eveything brand newly
Must see to appreciate.
SERTA 415-6820 $8000 or trade
LoIA for pick-up of equal
S Low, value.
ad guar- 87MERCEDES420SEL
lowpric- new trans-Alt, recent
valve job. $6995. neg.
furniture, 527-1722, leave mes-
e 1973) sage.


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ew, solid
9879
ET NEW
factory
Call 850-

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750, can
2-2113
EEN bed-
n boxes,
850-222-


1999 ISUZU AMIGO
Convertible, brand new
clutch, transmission,
starter, timing belts. Ask-
ing $6500. 773-5720,
leave message
FOR SALE 1999 Chevy
Suburban LT, 5.7 litre,
leather, CD, front/rear
AC, 153,000 miles. Ask-
ing $8950. Call 850-956-
1260


Block Starter/Rental Home $62,900 150 AC Creek-
front Hunting Tract $3,000/AC 5 AC Pecan Grove, Hill-
top Brick Home w/Fireplace, Swimming Pool $238,000
S30 AC Hunting Tract! $125,000 REDUCED 2.75 AC
Private and Attractive Brick Home, Decking, Sun Room
$219,900 16 AC Land Tract, Lots of Privacy $118,900
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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
99 GMC SONOMA 180k
miles, AT $4000. 527-
5125
1996 F150 XL Extended
cab, bedliner, dual tanks,
120K, good condition
$7000. 547-9396
2003 FORD RANGER
XLT, 4 cylinder, 5 speed,
44,000 miles, one owner,
excellent condition
$8500. 547-9164
1989 FORD F-150 PU,
115,000 miles, runs great
$2000. 535-2608
FOR SALE 1984
Chevrolet El Camino,
350 engine, 350 trans-
mission. $4900. 535-
0944
1990 CHEVY 1/2 ton
Z71, SWB, reg cab,
Silverado Package. New
pts. $5500. Call Terry
547-3646. 7am-5pm
FOR SALE 1979 Datsun
truck great gas mileage,
runs good $850 1-888-
250-5851
BEAUTIFUL 2004 RED
Dodge Durango SLT, A
head turner with 7 seats.
Dual Air, Sharp wheels.
12,000 miles; $26,000.
850-638-8882.
97 DODGE 4-wheel
drive, 155,000 miles,
looks and runs great
$6500 OBO. 263-9711
99 FORD 150 XL Super
Cab, AT, PS, PB, toolbox,
new tires. 97,500 miles.
Asking $9000. 547-0150;
326-3123
2003 DODGE RAM w/
Hemi 2500.7000+ miles,
loaded. $28,000. Must
sell. (334)699-2382
87 CHEVY SUBURBAN
3/4 ton, Heavy Duty 4x4,
new A/C, tow package.
350 motor, AT, PS, PB,
new paint, parts & bat-
tery, 850-547-0448
FOR SALE 1996 Ex-
plorer XLT, V-8, 4 door,
leather, loaded, custom
rims, Alpine stereo sys-
tem, tinted windows
$11,000. 547-2502
JEEP CHEROKEE
LAREDO 4-door, low
miles, 6 cyl, good gas
mileage. $5800. 638-
3483
WHITE 2000 F-250 Die-
sel super duty, extended
cab V-8, 6 speed, cold
air, excellent shape.
132,000 miles. $13,000.
Call 638-8335
1995 FORD F-150 XLT,
extended cab, V8, auto,
power window, locks,
toolbox, cab steps, rails,
rims, AM/FM cassette,
$7000 638-9630
FOR SALE 87 Dodge
Ram 250 Van. Good me-
chanical condition.
Makes excellent work
van, $1250. Call eve-
nings after 5:30. 535-
9800
1998 Z71 ext cab, 3-door.
$9500. 263-3105 eve-
nings.
1961 CHEVY APACHE
Stepside, primed, ready
for restoration. $1000
OBO. 638-9188
1987 FORD F250 4x4
351 motor. Runs good,
great shape. $3800.
(850)415-6301
1980 DODGE EX-
TENDED work van
$1500. 773-3892
1987 CHEVY _20 Van
fully customized with
front & rear air. $3500
OBO. 548-4798; 548-
5763
1979 FORD EXPLORER
collector's truck, loaded,
one owner, garage kept,
mechanically sound,
$7000 value, asking
$3500. 638-1321; 638-
4541


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3 MHs ON a /4 ACRE,
BONIFAY ......S61,900
1.75 AC. W/WELL &
SEPTIC ........ S28,000

30 ACRES ..S220,000
2 LOTS....$50,000 EA
2 LOTS....$45,000 EA
1.5 ACRES ..140,000
1.4 ACRES..5112,000
WATERFRONT
2.76 ACRES ..549,500
DWL LOT ....569,500
5 ACRES, CHIPOLA
RIV. WICAVE ..5.1 M

3/1. 4 .....4,500


1966 FORD F-150 runs
great $2,000. 258-4428
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
FOR SALE 2001 Ford
Expedition XLT, loaded,
42,000 miles, $17,000.
547-4830 between 6pm
& 8pm only. No collect
calls.
FOR SALE 1999
F-150, low miles
$13,500. OBO. 100,000
mile warranty. 547-5960;
547-2228
97 FORD F-1 50, 4 wheel
drive, 8 cyl, quad cab, 3rd
door, brand new tires.
Excellent condition.
$8800 Call 535-2276
86 CHEVY PICKUP 350
motor, built, large cam,
runs good, body has
some rust, show its age
$1500. OBO. 547-0929
1994 CONVERSION
VAN V-6, cruise, power
windows, 106 k miles,
looks and runs good.
547-2180
99 FORD EXPEDITION
100,000 miles, excellent
condition. $12,000.
(850)579-2977
2002 FORD EXPLORER
XLT, excellent condition,
fully loaded, keyless en-
try, leather, dark sage
green. 81,008 miles.
$12,500. Call 526-
3619(w); 638-8104(h)
MOTOR HOME FOR
sale 1994 Georgia Boy
32' class A motor home,
very good condition, low
mileage, queen bed and
a split bathroom, 386-
312-6363
2005 CHEVY TRAIL-
BLAZER ext 4x4, 8,000,
miles, tan in color,
loaded, LT edition,
$22,500. OBO. 547-
0765, 527-4246
2002 FORD RANGER
king Cab, step side, 6 cd
changer, power windows
and doors, like new.
$12,000 (pay off) 850-
373-7755
1985 GMC HIGH Sierra
Pick-up, 4-WD, auto, air,
PS/PB, AM/FM radio.
131,000 miles. $3500.
638-4251
89 FORD RANGER
truck. 5-speed, $2000
cash OBO. 548-5924
2000 HONDA ODYS-
SEY EX Mini-Van, V6,
89,000 miles, good con-
dition, gray cloth interior,
white exterior, $13,000
OBO. 547-0899
1998 OLDSMOBILE
SILHOUETTE Van dual
air, CD player, leather,
etc. Tan, 77,000 miles.
Must see and drive to ap-
preciate. 638-1138




BRICK, 3 BEDROOM, 2
bath, Hwy 77, 3 miles
South of Chipley, call
Milton for information
850-638-1858
HOUSE FOR SALE
Must be moved at buyers
expense. Located at
1009 N. Oklahoma St.
Bonifay (next door to
Family Dentistry)
$17,000 547-4188
4 BEDROOM
GRACEVILLE large
fenced/shaded lots, 3239
sq.ft., nearly 1 acre lot,
CH/A, 3 full baths, seri-
ous inquiries only.
$94,999. (850)622-1242
Seller Licensed Florida
Realtor partial owner-
ship.
NEW CONSTRUCTION
1275 Holley Ave., Chip-
ley. 2BR/2BA, stone &
vinyl siding. 1253 sq.ft.
Cell 258-6018; 535-0711


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FOR IMMEDIATE
OCCUPANCY 2 bed-
room, 2.5 bath, huge liv-
ing room with FP, large
kitchen & dining room
overlooking Blue Lake;
decks, dock on Blue
Lake, full basement (un-
finished, but could make
3rd BR easily) large lot,
beautiful property. $1000
per month. Plus yard
maintenance. Call for ap-
pointment. Progressive
Realty 638-8220
RV SITE RENTAL full
hook-up on private land
on Choctawhatchee
River. Located near
Jenkins Landing, West of
New Hope. $20 per night,
$100 per week, $400 per
month. Long or short
term available. Free use
of canoe. Consider for
fishing or hunting sea-
son. (850)535-9942,
leave message.
FOR RENT UNFUR-
NISHED 2 bdr house on
277. 7 miles sw Chipley.
Need someone partly re-
tired to help raise ducks.
Part time work only. 638-
1353
1 BEDROOM FRAME
home, 1st & last months
rent plus deposit, refer-
ences required 547-
2091




4 MOBILE HOMES for
sale, price range from
$2000-$7000 each. Call
Gene @ 850-830-9342
MOBLE HOME FOR
sale, rent to buy, 222
Verneer Circle, Bonifay,
3BR/2BA, 10% down,
$35,000, will finance.
547-4918




WATERFRONT 3BR/
2BA ON Wages Pond.
$620/mo, 1st, last and
security. All appliances. 1
year lease. 850-233-
3629
3 BEDROOM 1.5 bath
trailer in Wausau com-
munity on Hwy 77, in the
country, clear, call 547-
5901, if no answer leave
message.
NEW MOBILE HOME
2BR/1BA, CH/A, big
yard, 1/2 way between
Bonifay & Vernon. $350/
mo. 547-4411
3BR/2BA ON LARGE
country lot, no pets. Call
between 8am-5pm. 638-
1716
NICE CLEAN 3BR/2BA
mobile homes for rent, all
electric, CH/A. 850-638-
9228
3 BEDROOM 2 bath mo-
bile home in mobile home
park, $385 with $300 de-
posit, near Bonifay El-
ementary School, town &
recreational area. 547-
3746
1BR/1BA FRAME
HOUSE In Chipley $375/
mo. 3BR/2BA trailer
$325/mo in Chipley. 638-
2999
2 BEDROOM 1 bath
trailer, Ponce de Leon,
$250 a month, excellent
condition, (850)642-1678
or 836-4149
MOBILE HOMES FOR
rent in Cottondale on
Sapp Rd, 8 mi east of
Chipley. 3/2 & 2/2 avail-
able. Total electric. 258-
4868; 209-8847



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.


BEST PRICES AROUND ON
HOME'C|ENT|ER


00 Southern 16x80,3BR,2BA ................$25,900
99 Cavalier 28x64,o0cenit................. $38,900
99 Bellcrest 28x60,3R,2BA.................$34,900
0 Grand Manor 28x60, 3 BR,2 BA .........38,900
99 Cavalier 28x70,4BR,2 BA ................... $41,900
97 Jaobson 28x52,3 BR,2 BA .................$34,900
99 Redmon 16x80, 3 BR,2 BA ..................$23,900
All Homes Include Delivery, Set-Up, AC, Steps, Plumbing & Skirting


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CAROLE CANNON REALTY
2229 Jim Bush Rd. Bonlfay, FL
(8501547-4784* Cell [8501 951-5682
Carole Cannon, Broker
Located close to town on paved road, 28 acres,
barns, pecan trees, pasture, woods. $168,000.
3 bedroom brick home on 2 country acres.
$98,500.
Fixer upper, 1940s home on 11 acres of
hardwoods, paved frontage, $82,900.
19 acres +/-, road frontage, rolling land, over half
cleared with balance in hardwoods. Many home
sites. $114,000.
100 acres, pines, pond, privacy, road frontage.
$410,000.
Lakefront building parcel. Cleared lot and a
half, ready for a new home. $98,500.
Hunting tract, 60 acres with end of road setting.
$240,000.
Wooded 120 acres, lots of road frontage, pines.
$520,000.
www.carolecannonrealty.com


SuSEed "TlE'S
oCu1 try" COUNTRY REALLY
BETTIE L. SLAY, BROKER (Florida & Alabama)
205 E. North Ave., Bonifay, FL 32425
(850) 547-3510
**WANT IT SOLD GIVE US A CALL TODAYI*
WE GET RESULTS WORLDWIDE ADVERTISING
REDUCED 2 BR FRAMEVINYL LOT-$3,
30 AC, LAND CLOSE TO TOWN PAVED ROAD-$20,00
SOL8D1 AC ,3 BR2 BAHOME OUIBUDING PAVED ROAD BONIFAY-$139,900SLD
SOLD5AC ,4BR2 BAHOME BARN CYPRESS LAKE 469,900SOLD
SOLD028AC, LAND PAVED ROAD FRONTAGE-PASTURE-WEL-$142,400-SID
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SOLD..16AC, FAM4799,90*0"SOLD
WE HAVE BUYERS-WE NEED SELLERS
UST WITH US AND GET IT SOLD
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TRI-COUNTY
REALTY LLC
1103S. Waukesha St.,
Bonifay, FL
(850) 547-4480

NEW LISTINGS
Traditional brick 3/2
house Chipley off Falling
Waters Rd. 2 acres,
$175,000
Lot at public boat
ramp Caryville Camp-
sites $15,000
24.5 acres w/ trailer
J. W. Miller Road.,
Bonifay, $150,000.
Stanton Rd. Chipley
3/2 2001 MH on
acre, $55,000.
1.25 acre lot Douglas
Ferry Rd with oaks,
$12,000.
3/4 acre Carmichael Rd.
Bonifay, $5,500.
30 acres Pioneer Rd.
Vernon, nice $255,000.
Meat Packing Plant
on 2 acres, $250,000.
6.5 beautiful acres
Beall Packing Road,
$84,900.
Wright's Creek frontage
18 acres near golf
course, $227,900.
Gritney Mall 2400 sq.
ft. commercial bldg.
$92,000.
2 Parcels Hwy. 179
near Geneva 4.64
acres each priced at
$48,700 each.









CONES CHRISTMAS
TREES 5000 to sell at
$5 & $10, others $15 &
$20. From Graceville go
west on 2 to Peanut Mill.
Leftto Reddik Mill rd. fol-
low the signs. 263-4426




ESTATE SALE TOOLS
hunting, fishing, camp-
ing, & much more. 11/27-
12/2, 7am. Peanut Road
in Cottondale. (850)352-
4048
10 MILE LONG yard
sale, Dec. 3. 7am-until.
Begin at Hinson Cross
Roads, County Road
284 to New Hope. Off
Hwy 79. Follow signs.
ANTIQUES & Col-
lectibles Yard Sale. Nov.
25 & 26. 8am-2pm. 818
Faith Ave, Graceville, FL.
(850)263-6720, watch
for signs. Up to 50% off.
Dealers welcome.
ANTIQUES & Col-
lectibles yard sale. Nov.
25&26.8am-2pm. 818
Faith Ave., Graceville,
FL. (850)263-6720,
watch for signs. Up to
50% off. Dealers wel-
come.


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
IN CITY OF Vernon great
for homesite or mobile
home. Already cleared &
ready to build. $25,900.
Owner/Agent (850)258-
9929; (850)236-1772
15 ACRE FARM 2 story
home, 5BR/3BA, carport,
screened porch, 2 ponds,
$245,000. (850)638-
2363 evenings
BUILDABLE RESIDEN-
TIAL & Commercial lots
in Prime Sunny Hills.
Priced below market
value starting at $25,000-
$29,000. Approx 30 min-
utes to Panama City.
(561)988-8088
FOR RENT OFFICE
space, 2 rooms, 15'x15',
near down town Chipley,
Call 638-1959 $450/
month
EXECUTIVE OFFICE
SPACE for rent down-
town Chipley. 638-1918
5 ACRES WAUSAU
South of Chipley. Wild
Rose Lane, off Ben
Road. Wooded. $39,900.
Owner/Agent (850)258-
9929; (850)236-1772



VISIT OUR "PENNIES
from Heaven" shop on
Tuesday an Thursdy;
9:30 until 11:30 a.m. We
have handmade dolls;
Christmas arrange-
ments; toys; household
items; clothing, etc. at af-
fordable prices. We have
new things & "twice
loved" used things. Chi-
pley First Presbyterian,
658 North 5th St. Come
see us...you'll be
Blessed!


AUCTION OPRY EVERY
Friday Night, starting at
5pm. Hwy 79, Esto, Flor-
ida. Classic Gospel,
Country, Bluegrass Music
before auction. Theatre
Seats and air condi-
tioned. Maxie Yates Auc-
tion Co. (850)263-7500.
AU3017,AB2343
MARIANNA GOAT and
SHEEP Auction every
Thursday night starting at
5pm. Misc., goats, sheep,
chickens, ducks, guin-
eas. Held at Auction
Drive, Marianna. Phone
(850)535-4006; cell 258-
5209. Jerry Johnson
#AU362




THE CITY OF Bonifay is
accepting applications for
a public works position.
Applicants must have a
valid Florida CDL Li-
cense, class B or higher.
Applications are available
at the Bonifay City Hall at
301 N. Etheridge St.
Please direct inquiries to
Jack Marell at (850)547-
2701. The City of Bonifay
is an Equal Opportunity
Employer
SOUTHEASTERN SUR-
VEYING & MAPPING
Corp is seeking experi-
enced surveyors for all
positions: Project Manag-
ers (PSM), Senior Tech,
CAD Drafting, Party
Chiefs and Field Techni-
cians. FDOT experience
a plus. Company paid
medical, dental, life insur-
ance and 401 k. SSMC is
an equal opportunity em-
ployer and drug free
workplace. Please email
resume to
trraBd' 10~erajq gain
fax (850)638-8069 or call
(850)638-0790 ext 201
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
DOCTORS MEMORIAL
HOSPITAL in Bonifay,
Florida has an immediate
position available for a
part-time housekeeping
aide. Doctors Memorial
Hospital is a Drug Free
Workplace. EOE. Apply
in person at 401 East
Byrd Ave. or send your
resume to PO Box 188
Bonifay, FL 32425. For
more information call
Patti or Britney at
(850)547-1129
CERTIFIED DENTAL
ASSISTANT with ex-
panded duties needed for
busy practice. Will train
the right person. Top
wages and benefits
inclduing medical & bo-
nus system. Please fax
resume to 850-785-1526
I N T E R I M
HEALTHCARE HAS an
immediate opening in the
Wausau area for an LPN.
Hours are 8:30 to 6:30 on
Sat. and 3:00pm to
7:00pm on Mon, Tues,
Thurs, Fri. Please call
482-2770 or stop by 4306
Fifth Ave. Marianna for
an application.



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TRUSS DESIGNER
NEEDED for expanding
Truss Company. Mini-
mum 1 year experience
in Truss designing re-
quired. Pay will be based
on experience. Please
call Arban & Assoc at
850-836-4362 for ap-
pointment.
TINY TREASURES IS
accepting applications
for a full-time position &
a part-time position. Ap-
ply in person @ 1567
Hwy 90; Chipley. No
phone interviews.
CARPENTER NEEDED
Experienced Must have
own tools and transpor-
tation. We are a Drug
Free Workplace. EOE.
Apply at Ridley's Town &
Country Builders 949
Orange Hill Rd. 7:30am-
4:00pm. (850)638-4436
FAMILY DENTISTRY OF
Bonifay is accepting ap-
plications for a Part-time
Dental Hygienist. Must
be Florida Board Certi-
fied. Please bring re-
sume by office located at
110 E. North Avenue,
Bonifay, FL.
DAYCARE NEEDING
TEACHER for two year
old & four year old class.
Call 547-1444, or apply
at 605 South Depot St.,
Bonifay.
NEEDED HYGIENE AS-
SISTANT (Monday-
Thursday 7:45am-
5:15pm) Send resume to
Dr. Swindle 119 Main St.,
Bonifay, FL 32425. Ph#
850-547-4225 fax to 850-
547-9849
LPN NEEDED FOR busy
physicians office M-F no
weekends or holidays.
Send resume to 101 E.
Wisconsin Ave., Bonifay,
FL 32425 or call
(850)547-2209
EDUCATION
SPECIALIST Provide
technical assistance and
training to child care cen-
ters, and will also be re-
sponsible for monitoring
and evaluations, travel
within a 7 county area is
required. AA/AS degree
in child develop ECE or
related field along with
exp. working with child-
ren 0-5. Applicants must
possess excellent com-
munication and comput-
er skills. Excellent bene-
fits pkg! Apply at Early
Education and Care, Inc.,
450 Jenks Avenue, Pan-
ama-City, FL 32401. EOE'
M/FN/D ;:
METAL ROOFING
COMPANY in need of
Supervisors, Journey-
men, Foremen. Top pay
depending on experi-
ence. Call 548-9137



WANTED TO RENT
100 -1000 acres pasture
land for cows or any
amount for farm land.
Call after 6pm 535-4602
WANTING TO BUY 10
acres out of Bonifay city
limits, but in zone for
Bonifay school system
bus route. Call 548-9137
WANTED 1 TO 10 acres
of land close to town.
(850)527-4363
WANTED TO RENT pas-
ture land and any good
farm land for 2006 crop
year. Paying top price.
547-3421 leave mes-
sage.
WANTED 1-5 acres land
w/well & septic preferred.



LOST MALE BLACK!
WHITE "Tuxedo" Cat,
neutered, answers to
Blackie. Lost Friday 11-
11, near DOT. Reward.
638-2434
FOUND IN LIVE Oak
Community two cows.
Call to describe and
show proof of ownership
after 5pm, Tuesday-Sun-
day 415-0193
LOST LONG HAIR black
& tan, female German
Shepard, last seen Fox
Hunt Rd Sandhills, Chip-
ley. Rabies tag, friendly,
red collar. Name
Sheikara 850-573-2684




First 10 New Drivers:


LOST DOG BROWN
Beagle, Shiloh Church
area. (850)415-6073
WHITE MALE LABRA-
DOR retriever neutered,
4 yrs old, hunter orange
collar. $200 reward.
(850)638-1915



HEADLINERS &
VINYL Tops Mobile Unit.
I do the work at your
home or workplace. Rea-
sonable rates on new vi-
nyl tops and auto carpet-
ing. Free estimates. Call
anytime, leave message.
(850)638-7351
WILL TEAR DOWN
houses, barns, sheds,
mobile homes. Also, haul
junk away. 415-1172
C&C CONSTRUCTION
Specializing in Architec-
tural Metal Roofing. In-
stallation and repair on
Commercial or residen-
tial. Free Quotes and 5
year warranty on work-
manship. Call 548-9137.
License #RC29027043
BUSINESS CARDS!
BUSINESS CARDS!
Business cards & all your
printing needs.
Guaranteed best prices &
highest quality in the
area. 2 great locations to
serve you. Call The
Holmes County Times-
Advertiser, Bonifay (850)
547-9414 or the Wash-
ington County News, Chi-
pley (850) 638-0212.
PANHANDLE LAWN
SERVICE Quality work,
affordable prices. Senior
Citizen Discount. Free
Estimates 956-5070 or
956-4758
SMITTY'S DIRT WERKS
Jerry W Smith Backhoe,
front end loader work,
tree clearing, stump re-
moval, bushhogging, box
blading, and other dirt
works. Contact (850)956-
2267
FOR RENT first in Chip-
ley, Mini Warehouses. If
you don't have the room,
"We Do" Lamar
Townsend 850-638-
4539, north of
Townsends.
LAND TRAX Heavy Cut-
ting Service We cut and
shred thick brush,
branches & trees to 4"
diameter. (850)596-7970
BUY,SELL. TADE on
the Country Store, WZEP
AM 1460, Monday-Satur-
day, 9:15-10am. 850-
892-3158. Non-commer-
cial items.
WWW.WZEP1460.COM


SEWING MACHINE &
Vacuum Cleaner Repair,
guaranteed service on all
makes & models. Free
estimates. Western Auto,
216 N. Waukesha, Boni-
fay. 547-3910
GOLF CLUB REPAIR
Re-grips, custom clubs,
etc.. Call John 638-0796,
leave message.
J&J CABINET shop. For
all your kitchen cabinets
& house repair needs.
Call James S. Howell.
(850)535-2839;
(850)260-1619
HONEY-DO HANDY-
MAN For your residential
needs below the roof &
abovehe foundation!
(850)415-6750
C&C BOOKKEEPING &
Tax Service. Open 5 days
a week. 8am to 5pm. Call
850-638-1483
FOR HIRE dump trailer
hauling. Smaller loads of
dirt, rock, mulch, etc...
Tractor with loader, light-
medium brushmowing.
Call John @ (850)260-
1342, Chipley.
REPAIR SERVICE for
your office or home: type-
writers, calculators, cash
registers, etc. WASH-
INGTON COUNTY
NEWS, 1364 N. Railroad
Ave., Chipley. 850-638-
0212
BONNERS PECAN
CRACKING Service
2764 Beaver Ln, follow
Hwy 90 W to RB Carter
Rd, follow signs. 547-
5310

Let Our
Classifieds
Work For
You!


*BUY*


*SELL*


*TRADE*


Call


638-0212


or


547-9414


CHIPOLA COLLEGE is now accepting ap-
plications for the following position:

CUSTODIAL SUPERVISOR: Supervises
and coordinates activities of workers en-
gaged in the industrial cleaning activities of
all college facilities. Responsibilities include,
but are not limited to, interviewing, hiring, and
training employees; planning, assigning, and
directing work; appraising performance; re-
warding and disciplining employees; ad-
dressing complaints and resolving problems.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A.A. degree
with a minimum of five years supervisory
experience required. Industrial cleaning/cus-
todial services experience preferred. Valid
state driver's license required.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: OPEN UNTIL
FILLED

Submit letter of application, resume, refer-
ences with current addresses & telephone
numbers and completed college employ-
ment application to CHIPOLA COLLEGE,
Human Resources, 3094 Indian Circle,
Marianna, FL 32446

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY INSTITUTION


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