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    Section A: Main: Editorial
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    Section A: Main: Sports
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    Section B: Extra
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        B 4
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    Section B: Extra: The Classifieds
        B 6
        B 7
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    Section C: Special Delivery: Letters to Santa
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        C 5
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        C 7
        C 8
    Section D: Special
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2005, WASHINGTON COUNTY NEWS


4 sections, 36 pages


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Council gets

update on

water project

JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
Chipley City Council met
in regular session on Tuesday,
December 13 and received its
quarterly report from Basker-
ville-Donovan (BDI), the City's
engineering firm, and contractor
Haskell Construction on the on-
going water project.
There was no Thursday work-
shop this month.
BDI and Haskell representa-
tives told Council that the project
is moving along well. Work will
shut down from December 20-
27, and work is completed at the
intersection of Main Street and
Jackson Avenue.
S"Pipe bursting" is also com-
pleted. This consists of sliding
new pipe into old pipe, and in
effect bursting the old clay or
composite pipe. This process
was shown on an informative
video. The process also allows
the water department to keep
all the hydraulic benefits of the
present system.
Air testing of the renovated
lines is underway.
All involved were highly com-
plimentary of the cooperation be-
tween the City, BDI and Haskell.
Efforts were made to minimize
impact of the work on local
businesses, and the only excava-
tion needed was at the "bursting
points" and excavation points.
There will be 26 manholes ar-
riving beginning December 20
and they will be installed two
a day. Air testing of mains and
service laterals will follow.
The project is also set up so
it would not be necessary in the
future to tear up Jackson Avenue
to do repairs. Paving would be
done after the manholes are re-
stored, and full restoration will
conclude the project.
BDI will use door knockers
and fliers to give, word of future
construction.
Planning and design continues
for the upcoming $20 million
sewer project. Capacity for the
improved plant has. been in-
creased from .80 millions of gal-
lons daily (MGD) to 1.2 MGD to
meet anticipated future require-
ments.
"Growth is coming, and there's
no reason to hold back," said
City Administrator Jim Morris.
'It's cheaper to do this while its
still in process."
Under Phase..I of the project
a new centrifuge has been sup-
plied, and utility work on Jack-
son Avenue will be completed by
February 2006. Sewer replace-
ment will be done under Phase
II, with replacement of the worst
parts on the worst roads getting
top priority. Phases II and IV will
include the treatment plant .
In other business, Council:
*Appr\ ed Resolution .06-04,
the $7,000 FDOT sidewalk and
landscaping design project.
*Approved Resolution 06-05,
the FDLE block grant applica-
tion submission.
*Approved Resolution 06-06,
See COUNCIL, page 3A


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It's that season again...
Once again, the Washington County News and the Holmes County Times-Advertiser present letters
to Santa Claus from Washington and Holmes County second graders in sections C and D. As always,
we run them just as we receive them. Enjoy, and watch your pocketbooks...
There is plenty of other Christmas coverage inside as well. Merry Christmas to all.


Above and below: 161 bicycles were repaired and decorated by inmates at Washington County
Corrections, and 144 beautiful hand-made wooden toys were created to make many a merry
Christmas throughout Washington County. The items were distributed through Tri-County Com-
munity Council.

TCC, WCI provide a merry Christmas for children
The Toys for Tots distribu-
tion was December 13, at the
Washington County Ag Center.
Washington Correctional Institu- -O
tion, Caryville Work Camp and
Panama City Work Release Cen-
ter donated to Tri-County Com-
munity Council, which works in
conjunction with the Salvation
Army. There were 161 refur-
bished bikes and 144 wooden '
toys distributed, as well as many -W
other gifts donated to the annual
Sergeant Ferrell Brock spear-
headed the project again this
year, overseeing the inmates'
work in the building of the toys
and refurbishing the bikes.
According to WCI Warden
Rick Anglin the corrections ..........
project' is funded by employee
and Em plo ee- Club donations. ""
Anglin thanks everyone for their
contribution to help needy fami-
.lies in the community.


Board gets

final price for

OHH project

JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
Washington County Board of
County Commissioners heard
that the final price for the resur
facing and improvement project
for Orange Hill Highway will
be $2.843 million, about $7,000
under budget. County Engineer
Cliff Knauer provided this in.
formation at the December 15
meeting of the Board. The Board
approved the new price.
Knauer said that the price was
negotiated with contractor C.W
Roberts. A number of planned
items had to be deleted from the
project when bids came in over
budget, as reported in earlier edi-
tions of the Washington County
News.
The first section being done is
from Hwy. 77 to Brickyard Road.
with the rest of the project to be
gin in January 2006.
Knauer said County Road and
Bridge will have a good deal of
work to do on the project, includ-
ing putting in lime rock found.
tion on two sections of South
Boulevard. This will mean clos-
ing the ends of the road as neces-
sary, which will be advertised.
The county will also have to
install. 2-15 cub.erts, which h ill
save considerable money.
The county will also provide
fill for the shoulders of the road
from Gilbert's Pit rather than
have the contractor supply it.
which will save about $85,000.
In other business, the Board:
*Heard that the owner of the
property off Bonnett Pond Road
where the county EMS commu-
nications tower is located needs
the tower moved. This would
mean putting up a new tower at
the landfill at Mud Hill.
EMS is requesting that the
new tower be at least 300 feet
high to improve communica
tions with the southern part of
the county and the Orange Hill
area. A new FCC license would
be required as well.
Mike Talbot of CSSI Towers
was on hand to provide an option
to the Board. CSSI would lease
property at the Landfill, remove
the old tower and build a new
tower with six antennas on top.
The County would get all six
under a lease (40 years at $2,240
a month), and other space.could
be rented to other communica-
tions companies at about $1,500-
$2,000 a month per level of the
tower. Talbot said that CSSI nor
.mally builds a 480-foot tower.
The Board approved having
Grants Writer Stacey Webb look
for funding, and to get more in-
formation on the project.
*Heard Knauer report that the
County has received its $480,000
Florida Forever grant for im-
provements on Rolling Pines
Road, but was turned down for
Bonnett Pond and Roach Road.
*Told Garnett and Van Wil.
liams that more information
was needed before they could
approve a land-use change on
Hwy. 79.
See BOARD, page 3A


Inside today... Weather...
Perry's Prattle........ ........................ 12A Wednesday Partly cloudy. Highs 53 to 57. North winds 5 to 10 mph. Wednesday Night
y Partly cloudy. Cold. Lows 27 to 30 inland...mid 30s near the coast. North winds around
Extra......... ....................................................................... Inside 5 mph. Thursday and Thursdday Night Mostly clear. Highs around 60. Lows around 32
inland...upper 30s near the coast. Friday and Friday Night Mostly clear. Highs 61 to 66
Lows around 40 inland...mid 40s near the coast. Saturday and Saturday Night Partly cloudy
Editorial................................................ ..............................................4A with a 20 percent chance of showers. Highs 64 to 67. Lows 41 to 46. Christmas Day Partly
cloudy with a 20 percent chance of showers. Highs 62 to 67. Sunday Night Partly cloudy.
Churc h............................................................................Real Power Lows 41 to 46. Monday Partly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of showers. Highs 63 to 66.







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Wednesday. December 21, 2005, Washington County News, 3A


Toys for Kids a success
The Toy for Kids drive was a big success. Washington County and Holmes County EMS, Chipley Volunteer
Fire Department and Chipley Police Department spent over $3,800 on a wide variety of toys and bikes to make
many Christmases merrier.


Water-system work is completed at the intersection of Jackson Avenue and Main Street,


COUNCIL
Continued from page 1A
the FDEP SRF loan appli-
cation submission.
*Approved Resolution
06-07, the FDOT library
sidewalk and landscap-
ing construction project
($70,000).


*Approved a quit claim
deed for the driving range
property to the Washington
County. School Board for
the WHTC driver training
facility.
*Approved a contract
modification for BDI for
$39,120.
*Approved purchas-
ing a Ford F350 truck for


$18,742 from the Gas De-
partment.
*Approved the annual
WFECA outsidee lighting
contract for a couple of
streetlights.

NOTE: City offices will,
be closed December 23
and 26 for Christmas. City
offices will be closed Janu-


ary 2 for New Year.
The next workshop will
be Thursday, January 5,
2006rThe: n.~ePif' Council
meeting is scheduled for
Tuesday, January 10. For
information or to get on the
agenda, call 638-6355.
Councilwoman Karen
Rustin was absent due to
illness.


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McDonald recognized
Chipley Mayor Lynn Cain (right) presents Coun.
cilwoman Vivian McDonald with her certificate of
completion from the Institute for Elected Municipal
Officials. the presentation was made at the Council
meeting on December 13.



The following information was taken from marriage
applications furnished by the clerk's office at the
Washington County Courthouse from
Dec,. 1 through Dec. 12.
Travell L. Davis and Jenifer Torres.
Darryl E. Dodd and Karen Lynn Dodd.
Thomas Andrew Register and Marisa Diane Clark.
Ira Lee Tate Morrell and Cynthia Ann Green.
Robert Andrew Damm and Melony Renee Hanson.
Matthew Kenneth Obert and Jessica Alana Ringer.
Randolph Riley Payne and Laurie A. Riggins.
Wade Randall Arthur Jr. and Amy Beth Nichols.
Clyde Ray Locke Jr. and Angela Renee Knight.

Animal control services
The Board of County Commissioners has contracted
animal control services with Animal Control of North-
west Florida, Inc., effective Oct. 1. Washington County
will no longer operate a shelter.
They will pick ip nuisance animals, vicious animals
and animals that are a danger to the public. There will
be no drop off services. Animal Control of Northwest
Florida will offer an adoption program. County animal
control officers will be available 7:30 a.m. 4 p.m. Mon.
- Fri. They will respond as quickly as possible.
For information, call Parks and Recreation Director.
David Corbin, at (850) 638-6078.


BOARD
Continued from page 1A
*Approved looking into
building a stock arena at
Daniels Lake. Grant fund-
ing should be available,
according to Parks and
Recreation Director David
Corbin. There are about 40
acres available outside the
Heritage Village project at
the lake.
P&R will look into the
project, as well as potential
impact on private show
arenas in the county.
*Instructed County At-
torney Gerald Holley to
draw up a draft ordinance
restricting Boat Lake in
Sunny Hills to boats with
Strolling and electric mo-
tors.
*Approved disbursing
$25,000 more for street
signs in Sunny Hills. The
money is in the budget.
*Heard that Sandra Cook
is the ne\\ Tourist Dexel-
opment Council director.
*Approved allowing
Carole Worley to make
a presentation to County
employees on identity'
theft insurance. Participa-
Stion would be voluntary.
*Approved having Or-
ange Hill Soil Water Con-
Sservation District update
the soil survey, which has
not been done since 1961.
Landowners will be con-
tacted for permission to go
on private property where
necessary. The three-year
project is funded by Natu-
ral Resources Conserva-
tion Service.
Approved using the
$32,000 Homeland Sectu-
rity grant to update various
elements of the County


Emergency Manage-
ment Agency. This would
include installing four
cameras outside the Emer-
gency Operations Center
and buying a machine to
create plastic ID tags as
necessary.
*Approved submitting a
grant application to exam-
ine security issues at the
courthouse.
*Heard that an applica-
tion for a $50,000 plan-
ning grant for the Heritage
Village project has been
submitted.
,Approved waiving the
$25 driveway fee for pre-
existing driveways with
no changes. This came
after Willie Tharp told the
Board that he was rebuild-
ing a house destroyed by
fire, and was charged a fee,
even though there were no
changes in his driveway.
*Requested more infor-
mation about a iree in the
road after Sylvester Scott
came before the Board
asking again that it be re-
mo ed. A neighbor objects
to removing the tree.
*Heard Susan Parsons
report that there are dan-
gerous conditions on
Chase Road and nearby
roads. Parsons said that
the road was so hazardous
after heavy rain that buses
or EMS vehicles could not
get down the road, and
that the school bus driver
tried to run other drivers
off the road. She said that
Commissioner Lynn Cope
does not respond to calls
for help.
Cope said a motor grader
was sent every time some-
one calls, and that the road
gets graded more than any
other road in the county,


He said he rides the road at
least once a week and that
buses and EMS can get in.'
He invited other commis-
sioners to ride the road
with him.
*Heard Joe Parsons com-
plain about noise and smell
from about 75 greyhounds,
several terriers and other
dogs on a property next
to his off Strickland Road.
The property is zoned
agriculture/silviculture,
and both Corbin and Codes
Enforcement Officer Lyn-
da Waller have been to the
property. The owner de-
nies being in the business
of selling dogs, but there
are greyhound runs with
concrete floors and auto-
matic washing. Reportedly
the owner keep dogs from,


the Ebro greyhound track
and the waste is taken to
the track for incineration.
More information will
be obtained and Parsons
was told that it might be
possible to file a civil ac-
tion.
*Approved preliminary
design changes at Swind-
ell Lake and applying for
permits.
*Approved the new lay-
out for the Wilder Park
project and applying for a
stormwater permit.
*Accepted Scenic Drive
as a county road.
*Tabled deciding on the
financing for the Honey-
well project until certain
audit items can be cor-
rected.
*Approved capping audi-


tor fees from Carr, Riggs
and Ingram of Marianna at
$45,000, which was nego-
tiated down from $60,000.
*Approved renaming
Negro Lake to Chain Lake,
as it is at the end of Chain
Lake Road. A person from
Panama City had made an
earlier request to rename
the lake.
*Accepted recommen-
dations from Holley on
a grievance hearing for
Glenn Sheffield, but tabled
recommendations on a
hearing for Jacob Strick-
land to obtain more infor-
mation.
*Approved finalizing the
Northern Trust lawsuit
agreement.
*Approved contacting
state legislators to urge


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SThank
You.! Words Cannot .
Express The Heartfelt ;
SGratitude We Have
SFor All The People ..
And Businesses That .." .
SMade The Gail Adams
S Memorial Benefit At
.' Chipley Auto Parts A -*

$5,000.00 Was Raised ,
Which Will Go Towards The Boys Baseball
Program And Girls Softball Program At Chipley
High School. We Know That Gail Would Be
Proud, And Again May God Bless Each Of You!

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year"


| CHIPLEY AUTO PARTS
SJohn, Steve, Dray, Cody & Kaitlin
L ./ I ,.


passage of the Financially
Constrained Counties bill.
The County could have re.
ceived about $550,000 if it
was passed last session.
*Instructed Holley to
send a letter tor a property
owner on Union Hill Road
to remove cones and a
mailbox from the 22-foot
right of way.
*Heard that Employee
Recognition Day will be
at the January 12, 2006
meeting.
*Approved buying more
tools for the county shop
for over $8,000, with
Chairman Jerry Sapp op-
posing.

Commissioner Lenzy
Corbin was absent due to
illness.


Karen Rustin and famiil)y would
like to express their sincere thanks
fbr all the concern, support and
generosity shown to us during this
difficult time.
Thank you for all your daily
prayers. For God has given ie
. strength to overcome min fight
y against breast cancer.
I'e feel truly blessed to live in
such a loving and caring community.
I thank God daily for nrm loving
family and friends. I could not have
made it without your constant love
and support.
Just a reminder to women of all
ages Don't forget to do your self
breast exam. Early, detection is the
key. It saved in)' Ife and it could
save yours. If I can help anone
going through this fight, please let
me know.
Ma.ay God Bless You,
Karen Rustin


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I send greetings to those cel-
ebrating Christmas.
During Christmas, we gather
with family and friends to cele-
brate the birth of our Savior, Jesus
Christ. As God's only Son, Jesus
came to Earth and gave His life so
that we may live. His actions and
His words remind us that service
to others is central to our lives and
that sacrifice and unconditional
love must guide us and inspire us
to lead lives of compassion, mercy,
and justice.
The true spirit of Christmas re-
flects a dedication to helping those
in need, to giving hope to those in
despair, and to spreading peace
and understanding throughout the


Earth. As we share love and enjoy
the traditions of this holiday, we
are also grateful for the men and
women of our Armed Forces who
are working to defend freedom,
secure our homeland, and ad-
vance peace and safety around the
world.
This Christmas, may we give
thanks for the blessings God has
granted to our Nation and in each
of our lives. May the joy of the
holidays renew our commitment
to working together for a future of
peace, opportunity, and hope.
Laura joins me in wishing you
a Merry Christmas and a blessed
New Year.
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Wednesday, December 21, 2005, Washington County News, 5A


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Canned Food Drive Committee: Luke Rowell. Ryan Top fruit sellers were Tasha Richter, Olivia Lassiter,
Cults. Cierra Corbin, Adrianne Guettler. Amber Ju- Allison Bunge, Kayla Galbreath, Kaylea Todd, Philip
nod, Lyndsi Saltar. Erin Solger. Shelby Bowen. Holley Demonbreun, Elizabeth Malloy, Allyson Gainer, Ryan
Hinson, Casey Smith Cutts, Michael Odom and Br'ttany Dilmore.

RMS Builder's Club busy with community service projects


Students in Roulhac
Middle School's Build-
ers Club have been busy
during November and De-
cember with community
service projects including
their annual canned food
drive and fruit sales.
Roulhac Middle School
Builders Club sponsored a
canned food drive for the
Salvation Army Novem-


ber 18 through December
2. .The Salvation .Army
uses the food items to
make Christmas baskets
for needy families and for
their food pantry through-
out the year.
The Builders Club chal-
lenged the homerooms to
out-give each other. Patti
Carter's homeroom col-
lected the most cans and


was given a pizza party.
The second place home-
room was Lynn Owen's,
and her students received
an ice cream party. The
club collected 1,368 cans
from generous students
and faculty .

Helping Kinanis Club
Roulhac Middle School
Builders Club also helped


the Kiwanis Club of
Chipley with their annual
fruit sales. Members sold
a total of 136 boxes.
The top seller was Mi-
chael Odom. He recieved
a gift card.
Builders club thanks
those that support the
clubs b\ purchasing fruit.
Fruit \ as delivered on De-
cember 15.


WINGS news student.
Students in the Roulhac MIiddle School WINGS pro- The top point earner in 8th grade \as Kay lea Todd. 7th
Grade Emil\ Steeart and 6th grade Austin NlIers. iLeft
gram celebrated the end-of-the-semester \ith a party and
a ceremony to a\ ard its top students. to right) Star Character awards were presented to NMor-
a ceremony to award its top students. .
.a an Hobby. Kile\ Rehbers. Maire Finch and Matthew
Program Coordinator. Julie P. Dillard. presented gn obb. Rhbr. li Finch and Nlatche\'
Kennison Inot pictured). The Most Impro\-ed Student
awards for the top WINGSp point earners in each grade asKenn otI The ost ed tude
l .wards for good l i -wd \ent to .aleesa Smith. Left to right

i;Creation of Florida reBuilds announced
Creation of Florida reBuilds announced


Lt Governor Toni Jen-
nings recently announced
the creation of Florida
reBuildts. an initiative
to counter the growing
shortage of construction
workers and assist the
state in the recovery from
devastating hurricanes.
The program combines
the resources of the State.s
Workforce and Education
systems and \ill train and
recruit workers through the
Employ Florida network of
One-Stop Centers.
The Agency for Work-
force Innovation recently
completed a Job Vacancy/
Hiring Needs survey of
50.000 Florida employers.
The survey was conducted
during the summer of 2005
and collected information
never before available at
the state le\el. The sur-
vey covered current job
vacancies, education and
experience requirements.
benefits, and hiring expec-
tations over the next six
months.
The survey showed that
there were 13.712 vacan-
cies in construction fields
with pay averaging $14.79
per hour. These jobs ac-
counted for more than
eight percent of total job
vacancies identified in the
survey.
Funded \\ith $6 mil-




From the circuit court
records of the Fourteenth
Judicial Circuit in and
for Washington County.
Florida.
Jury Trial Verdicts
Brannon J. Spencer. de-
fendant: found not guilty
of possession of firearm b)
convicted felon.


lion in existing Workforce
Florida funds, the Florida
reBuilds initiative \ill ini-
tially provide short-term,
entrv-lexel training for Lup
to 4.000 individuals state-
wide. enabling them to
enter into the construction
trades with emphasis on
the attainment of an indus-
try-recognized credential.
Training will be avail-
able for trades such as roof-
ing. masonrN. carpentry,
concrete finishers, plumb-
ing. HVAC (heating. \en-
tilation. and air condition-
ingi. electricity and heavy\
equipment operations. The
initiative will also provide
advanced training to up
to 1.000 existing workers s
in the industry enabling
them to acquire additional
skills and certifications to
advance in the industry.
Candidates for Florida
reBuilds \\ill be registered
and enrolled through the
Employ Florida network
of One-Stop Centers and
emplo ers will use the
network to hire workers


at no cost. Training \\ill
be designed and developed
by the Florida Department
of Education in conjunc-
tion \\ith industry group ps
in the state. Training \\ill
be conducted by Florida's
\\orkforce s\ stem. state
universities, community

DUI enforcement


colleges. vocationall tech-
nical centers and indepen-
dent w\fokforce training
pro\ iders.
Further detailed infor-
mation can be found at
\ \\ employply florida.com
or by calling 1-866-FLA-
2345.


Chiple. Police Department \will conduct special DUI
enforcement operations during the Christmas holiday
season to identify and arrest impaired drivers as part of
Florida's You Drink & Drive. )ou Lose. DUI enforce-
ment mobilization.
The You Drink and Dri\e. You Lose mobilization runs
from Dec. 10 through Jan. 1. La%\ enforcement agencies
across Florida are mobilizing to sa\e lives.
"Florida recorded 15 alcohol-related traffic deaths dur-
ing the official Christmas holiday period last year." said
Police Chief Ke\in Cre\ws. "We \\ill do everything in
our po\ er to insure that this holiday season is safer."
A DUI saturation patrol is scheduled for Dec. 23. be-
ginning at 7 p.m. and ending on December 24. at 7 a.m.
This operation \\ill take place near north Second Street
and Glenwood A\enue. Additional operations may be
scheduled before the end of the crackdown n.
"We encourage e er one to act responsibly during the
Christmas holiday season." said Chief Cre\ws. '"If \ou
intend to drink, make arrangements to get home safely.
Use a designated driver, public transportation. or a taxi.
Remember. You Drink and Drive. You Lose."


Washington County Arrest Report 12/12 12/19
Bell, Scott Allen, b/m, 36; Chipley; VOP; arrested
12/12.
Bias, Teddy Joe II, w/m, 25; Chipley; VOP; arrested
12/12.
Brasher, Larry Bruce, w/m, 27; Ebro; non-support of
children or spouse; arrested 12/18.
Bryant, Robert E., w/m, 55; no address given; no
charges listed; arrested 12/17.
Collins, Donna J., w/f; 34; Chipley; non-support of
children or spouse; arrested 12/18.
Diaz, Genaro, h/m, 48; Davenport; drive while license
suspended, operating motor vehicle without license;
VOP; arrested 12/14.
Duffell, David Alan, w/m, 27; no address listed; fraud.
insufficient funds check (three counts); arrested 12/15.
Dunn, Jamie Leigh, w/f, 27; Westville; fraud-insuf.
ficient funds check; arrested 12/16.
Granger Lisa Carol, w/f, 39; Chipley; VOP; arrested
12/17.
Harrison, Linda Diane, w/f, 41; Chipley; VOP; ar
rested 12/16.
Huth, Gregory M., w/m, 53; Kenner, La.; possession
of marijuana with intent to sell mfg or deliver; arrested
12/15.
James, Candice Monique, b/f, 27; Chipley; contempt
of court; arrested 12/16.
Johnson, Tonya R. b/f, 31; Panama City; VOP; ar
rested 12/13.
Lee, Christal Hardy, w/f, 30; Geneva, Ala.; fraud-in-
sufficient funds check (eight counts); arrested 12/15.
Mayes, Brenda J., w/f, 35; Vernon; VOP, fraud insuf
ficient funds; arrested 12/16.
Miller, David Scott, w/m 38; Columbus, Ohio; no
charges listed; arrested 12/17.
Perkins, James Douglas, w/m, 42; Bonifay; trespass.
ing; arrested 12/14.
Pickup, Matthew, w/m, 36; no address listed; no
charges listed; arrested 12/17.
Pierpont, Russell R., w/m, 40; no address listed; no
charges listed; arrested 12/17.
Shelley, David Allen, w/m, 34; Bonifay; larceny; ar
rested 12/18.
Simmons, Hettie Rose, b/f, 23; Chipley; DUI alcohol
or drugs; arrested 12/14.
Toups, Jacqueline Kelene, w/f, 29; Gulfport, Miss..
failure to appear; arrested 12/16.
Webber, Adriene April, a/f, 29; Chipley, VOP; arrested
12/12.
White, Jimmy Lewis, b/m, 30; Chipley; drive while
license suspended; arrested 12/14.
White, Randall, b/m, 44; Detroit, Mich.; no charges
listed; arrested 12/17.
Information provided by Washington County Jail.


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JEREMY RAINES
Sports Editor
Holmes County High
School boys basketball
team started the week off
slowly, but finished it by
taking home the annual
Holmes County Christ-
mas Tournament trophy.
To kick off the week
the Blue Devils battled
Chipley at home. The
Devils came out with
some strong defense
to keep the game close
throughout. The Tigers
jumped ahead with a 16-9
first period lead and ex-
tended the lead to 30-21
at the half. Neither team
could make any progress
on offense and both con-
tinued to struggle. Patrick
Spencer hit several big
three-point shots late for
Chipley to down the Blue
Devils 55-43.
Justin Bruce led the
Devils in scoring with 12
points and grabbed four
rebounds. Brock Dockery
finished with 10 points
and three rebounds.
Jamarious Johns, Ste-
ven Andrews and Robert
Brown all finished with
nine points each.
"We could not find
any rhythm on offense,
Chipley dominated the
boards during the fourth
quarter and just made
more plays," said HCHS
coach Lyle Messer.
The Devils shook off
the tough loss to the Ti-
gers by taking home a first
round win over Ponce de
Leon.
-. The Devils started slow,
trailing 19-5 at the end of
the first period, but played
strong defense in the sec-
ond to cut the lead to 20-
25 at the half. The Devils
tied the game at the end
of the third period. Brock


Dockery and Ryan Hodge
came up big in the fourth
period and propelled the
Devils to the 57-49 win.
"Down 17-2 early,
we remained calm and
battled back. Ryan Hodge
had a big game off the
bench and Justin Bruce
came through at the line
to secure the win," said
Messer.
Dockery finished with
16 points and nine re-
bounds to lead the Devils.
Ryan Hodge had a double-
double with 11 points and
10 rebounds. Bruce and
Johns finished with nine
points each in the win.
The victory over PdL
set up a championship
match up between Bonifay
and Poplar Springs for the
Christmas tournament.
Both teams were deter-
mined to find a win to end
the tournament and the
intensity levels were high.
Holmes County held a
slim two-point lead at
the end of the first period.
but Poplar Springs battled
back and took a 22-21
halftime lead. The second
half was all Devils as thev
outscored the Atomics 40-
25 to close the game and
secure the 61-47 win. The
Devils improved to 5-5
on the season and sho\ -
ing signs of improvement
every week.
"Poplar battled us until
the final buzzer, it was a
tough win against a tough
team," said Messer.
"Robert and Jamari-
ous had great games and
our guard play in steadily
improving with the emer-
gence of Justin Bruce." he
added.
Holmes County will be
in action on Dec. 27 at the
Fort Walton Beach Blow-
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ty Christmas tournament champions.


Several Blue Devils battle for the ball during the game
with Ponce de Leon.


Brock Dockery hits a three-point shot over the Pirate
defender.


Lady Pirates win three straight and capture title


JEREMY RAINES
Sports Editor
The Ponce de Leon
Lady Pirates wrapped up
the week by sweeping the
Holmes County Christmas
Tournament and knock-
ing off longtime nemesis
Chipley. They started off
the week with a, 48-41,
win over Chipley on
Monday night.
The Lady Pirates start-
ed off slowly but made a
strong second half charge
to take the lead late in the
fourth period and hold on
for the win.
"This game was good
for our team, we got scor-
ing from a lot of people
and had to come from
behind to win," said PdL
Coach Tim Alford.


Leading the Lady Pi-
rates in scoring against
the Tigers were Cat Tin-
sley and Maggie Wright
with 11 each. Others scor-
ing for the Pirates were
Mary Howes with eight,
Savannah Whigham with
six, and Lacy Griffin with
six.
On Thursday night,
the Lady Pirates kicked
off play in the Annual
Christmas Tournament in
Poplar Springs.
PdL was matched up
against Holmes County
in the opening game on
Thursday night.
Both teams came out
strong offensively, scor-
ing at will and ending
the first quarter with the
Pirates holding a 21-18


Savannah Whigham of Ponce de Leon closely guards
Holmes County's Emily Rone during the tournament.


lead. The second period
was a defensive struggle
with both teams manag-
ing to combine for only
20 points. PdL led 32-27
at halftime.
In the second half, both
teams continued to battle
and Ponce de Leon used
their size advantage with
Mary Howes to get into a
bonus situation early and
take advantage at the free
throw line. PdL took 33
free throws to HCHS's
eight. Holmes County
pulled to within three
points with less than three
minutes remaining in the
game, but free throws and
two big buckets by Howes
put the game away for the
59-47 final.
"I thought both teams
played well. It was an ex-
citing game to watch. We
were fortunate to win,"
said Alford.
On Saturday night the
Lady Pirates capped off
the week topping Bethle-
hem in the championship
game for the tournament,
73-38.
The game was in hand
early for the Lady Pirates
as they jumped out to an
early 26-10 first quarter
lead.
The quick decision
making of Whigham and
Wright kept the tempo in
favor of the Lady Pirates
as they cruised to the win.
The was much the same
as the Pirates outscored
the Wildcats in every pe-
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followed by Cat Tinsley nifer Grants with seven, able to take the trophy
with 13 and Mary Howes Savannah Whigham with home to PdL this year,"
with 12. Others playing six and Dydra Brown said Alford.


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Chipley won the opening tip against Holmes County and never looked back as they
lead the entire game against the Blue Devils.


Chipley Tigers win three


in a row to close out week


The Chipley High
School boys basketball
team got off to a very ex-
citing start last week with
a 57-55 overtime win over
Rutherford.
Leading scorers for
Chipley were: Patrick
Spencer-24, Jonte Har-
mon-15, and Deon Ken-
nedy, Zach Schaubhut and
John Brundage -- each
with five.
The second game of
the week saw the Tigers
bounce back and captured
a 57-45 victory over Cot-
tondale.
Leading scorers were:
Patrick Spencer-17, Jonte
Harmon-12, Josh Potter-
10, Deon Kennedy-7, and
Zach Schaubhut-6.
Leading rebounders
were: Patrick Spencer-6,
Josh Potter-4, and Zach
Schaubhut-3. Leading
assists were: Patrick Spen-
cer-7 and Josh Potter-2.
Leading steals were: Pat-
rick Spencer-3.
The following night, the
Tigers came away with a
43-41 road win over the
Graceville Tigers.
Leading scorers were:
Deon Kennedy-14,-Patrick


Chipley Head Coach Mon
during a time out.
Spencer-10, Danzell Ever-
ett-5, and Josh Potter and
Zach Schaubhut -- four
each.
Leading rebounders
were: Deon Kennedy-9,
Zach Schaubhut-5, and
John Brundage-4.
Leading assists were:
Jonte Harmon-5 and Pat-
rick Spencer-2.
Chipley then travelled
to Bonifay to face the
Blue Devils in a district
matchup.
Chipley came out
strong on offense behind
the sharp shooting of Pat-


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rick Spencer.
Spencer hit three con-
secutive three-point shots
to pull the Tigers ahead at
the end of the first period.
HCHS pulled within
five points in the second
half, but big rebounds
and free throws sealed the
win.
Jonte Harmon also
played will hitting several
big baskets to thwart any
Blue Devil run.
Several others con-
tibued well in the game as
the Tigers held on for the
55-43 win.


The Chipley High
School soccer teams have
been busy with a full slate
of games.
The Tigers traveled to
Bozeman and came away
with both the girls and
boys teams victorious.
The girls won by a score
of 2-0. Scoring goals for
Chipley were Ericka Pro-
vost and Kylie Mulrain,
with Kelsey Jackson get-
ting an assist. The boys
won 3-2.
Scoring for the Tigers
were Matt Goines, Ben
Grande with an assist


from Justin Peters, and
Ben Grande unassisted.
The Lady Tigers hosted
East Hill Christian and
blasted the visitors by a
5-0 score. Kelsey Jackson
scored two goals, with
Kylie Mulrain, Meagan
Pledger, and Isis Rich-
ards scoring one goal
each. Assists were made
by Teena Ruell, Kylie
Mulrain, Kelsey Jackson,
Allison Ellis, and Sara
Watkinrs.
Both teams traveled to
South Walton on Decem-
ber 8.


The boys played terrific
defense and came away
with a 2-0 victory. Scoring
for the Tigers were Zach
Provost on a penalty kick,
and Provost again with an
assist from Justin Peters.
The girls struggled all
night and fell to the Lady
Seahawks by 5-0.
The girls now have a
record of 5-2 overall, and
2-2 in district play.
The boys have won
three straight to even their
overall record to 3-3. In
district play, the Tigers
have a 1-1 record.


Lady Devils in control of district


JEREMY RAINES
Sports Editor
Holmes County Lady
Blue Devils split a pair
of games last week with a
win over Marianna and a
loss to Ponce de Leon in
the opening round of the
Holmes County Christmas
Tournament.
They started off the
week with an impressive
home win over district foe
Marianna, 69-39.
The win improved the
Lady Devils to 8-2 on the
year and in first place in the
district standings.
The game was never in


doubt as the Devils held a
22-10 half time lead and a
49-20 lead at the end of the
third period.
Brianna Belcher led the
way with 21 points for the
Devils.
Lindsey Tomlin added
14 followed by Priscilla
Issacs with eight.
On Thursday night, the
Lady Devils came up short
in their bid for the Christ-
mas tournament title.
The Lady Devils were
matched against Ponce de
Leon in the opening round.
The Devils battled hard
throughout the game and


cut the lead to three points
with only three minutes re-
maining in the game.
The game was decided
by free throws as the Pi-
rates attempted 33 free
throws to the Devils eight.
"We played hard, but
they hit their free throws
and pulled it out," said
HCHS coach Joanie Al-
bury.
Lindsey Tomlin lead the
Devils with 12 points fol-
lowed by Brianna Belcher
with 11 and Emily Rone
with 10.
The Lady Devils now
stand at 8-3 on the year.


Chipley's Lady Tigers
traveled to Panama City
Bozeman for a varsity
basketball game. last Fri-
day, and dominated from
the start.
The defense held Boz-
eman scoreless in the
fourth quarter. The final
score was 59-24.
Scoring for the Tigers
were: Emi McCullough-
22, Teanna Hill-13, Kassi
Shackleford-10, JT Ho-
gans-6, Erica Sewell-5,
and Ronae Tolbert-3;
rebounds: Emi Mc-
Cullough-9, Erica Sewell-
8, and Ronae Tolbert-8;
assists: Emi McCullough-
8 and Teanna Hill-4.
The Lady Tigers trav-
eled to Ponce de Leon
Monday night for two
games.
The Tigers were well
represented with fans
and cheerleaders, there
to lend support for the big
games.
The Chipley JV started
the evening off with a big
24 to 16 win. Scoring

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slow and both teams were
having trouble scoring
with the on ball defense.
The Lady Tigers were up
four at the end of the first
quarter.
The second quarter the
Tigers were still leading,
making six of 14 field
goals and 0-2 from the
free-throw line.
The Lady Pirates'
points the second quarter
came from three 2-point-
ers and 8 for 11 free-.
throws. The Tigers had a
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The third quarter the
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only five points while the
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The fourth quarter the
Tigers relinquished their
lead. With 5:54 to go in
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PDL 37, Chipley 35.
The Lady Tigers made
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five field goals and 0-2
from the free-throw line.
The Lady Pirates on the
other hand hit four field
goals and were 10 for 16
from the free-throw line.
The final score was 48-
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Tigers' points were from
field goals. They hit ten
2-pointers and seven 3-
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Scoring for Chipley
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8A, Washington County News, Wednesday, December 21, 2005

W'ASHIi NGTON CIOMUNYC Iu ST ^4 IA NCOOE1 0WS


Career Day Shawn Caraway reads the Christmas Story while students at Washington County
At the close of their unit on community helpers, Mrs. Parker's first grade class Christian School acted out the parts: From left, are Caraway, Allyanna Haddock,
at Washington County Christian School dressed as the person they would like to with the babe, Mary; Kaliegh Laurel, angel; Connor Dulin, a sheep; and Holden
be when they grow up. Mrs. Parkers first-grade class on parade for Mrs. Goines' Powell, Justin Woofter and Gavin Justice, cows; McKenzie Thompson portrayed
second-grade class. They are dressed as a career of their choice. a pig. Standing in back is Seth Miles, Shining star.

W-l, Chapel services
S. -' Chapel services are held on Friday, every two weeks.
S. at Washington County Christian School. Area ministers
Visit the school to share a message from God's Word with
the students.
4' "4' ." u "1 '-;1' ., Shi ..,El -- On Friday, Dec. 2, Bro. Shawn Caraway (above) from
Z. Shiloh Baptist Church discussed the Christmas Story. He
S'' "had the help of students from K3 through second grade.
S' who portrayed individuals in the story as it was read
t/ aloud.
Hayden Tadlock was Joseph; Allyanna Haddock was
v --"4.. ..tK :- '- te -4, Mary; Kaliegh Laurel had the part of the angel; and Seth
Miles was shining star.
w ..Connor Dulinportrayed a sheep; Holden Powell, Jus
Sr-"" "- '' .. '- '-. tin Woofter and Gavin Justice were cows;
,-g : ". "a ._ Mackenzie Thompson, a pig; Haley Bynum and Katie
S -'Griggs, shepherds.


Washington County Christian School first grade class
having a great time painting pumpkins.


First graders at Wash-
ington County Christian
School enjoyed taking a
field trip to Hutzel's farm.


The children were able to
feed a calf, hold a baby
duck, and see pigs and
chickens. After walking


Washington County Christian School first graders
are making pine cone bird feeders.


through the orchards, they
threw food to the fish in
the pond, and enjoyed see-
ing the huge catfish devour
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the food. The students
ended their trip making a
pine cone bird feeder and
painting a pumpkin.


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Feeding a calf was a highlight of the field trip.


Two students hold and pet a baby duck, while the rest
of the class watches.


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Washington County Christian School's Jason Had-
dock presents sixth grader, Dan Wells with the overall
sword drill championship trophy.


winners. Overall champion
is sixth grader, Dan Wells.
Grade-level winners are;
Kristina Aranda, eighth
grade; Michala Goines,


seventh grade; Dan Wells,
sixth grade; Tiffany Laurie,
fifth grade; Jessica Belser,
fourth grade; and Trent
Patterson, third grade.


Washington County Christian School grade-level
sword drill winners are, (in random order), Kristina
Aranda, Michala Goines, Dan Wells, Tiffany Laurie,
Jessica Belser, and Trent Patterson.


through eight compete
against classmates in.their
grade level. The winner
then goes on to compete
against all grade-level


On Monday, Nov. 21,
Washington County Chris-
tian School held its annual
Sword Drill Competition.
Students in grades three


Colonel Chris Knight,
director of the Florida
Highway Patrol, recently
,announced i the patrol's
statewide traffic enforce-
ment plans for the upcom-
ing Christmas and New
year holidays.
FHP will implement
zero tolerance enforcement
strategies targeting DUI,
unlawful speed, aggressive
driving and hazardous vio-
lations throughout the state.
The FHP also is urging mo-
torists to be mindful and
considerate of pedestrians
and bicyclists who are
walking and riding within
the public right-of-way.
This year's Christmas
holiday period will begin
at 1 a.m. Saturday, Dec.
24, and end at midnight,
Monday, Dec. 26, 2005.
The New Year holiday pe-
riod will run from 1 a.m.
Saturday, Dec. 31, 2005,
to midnight, Monday, Jan.
2, 2006. Last year, 33
persons were killed in 32
traffic crashes during the
72-hour Christmas holiday
period. Also, 38 people
were killed in 36 traffic
crashes during the 72-hour
New Year holiday.
As in the past, Knight
has suspended office oper-
ations for all sworn person-
nel effective at the close of
the workday on Thursday,
Dec. 22, and Dec. 29,
2005. All FHP sworn per-


sonnel normally assigned
to administrative duties
will be assigned to patrol
duties n interstates. major
state roads, and Florida's
turnpike throughout both
holiday periods.
The FHP will expand
enforcement operations
during the Christmas and
New Year holidays in an
effort to identify and ar-
rest impaired drivers as
part of Florida's You Drink
and Drive, You Lose DUI
enforcement crackdown.
which began Saturday.
Dec. 10, and concludes
Sunday, Jan. 1, 2006.
Motorists are urged to
contact the FHP or local
law enforcement officials
when reporting an im-
paired, aggressive, or dan-
gerous driver by simply
dialing *FHP (*347) from
a cellular phone. Callers
can remain anonymous.
Motorists who experi.
ence car trouble and are
in need of assistance are
also encouraged to use
*FHP. For real-time traf
fic and road condition
reports, as well as maps
and other safety tips.
visit the FHP website at
www.fhp.state.fl.us.



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about construction up-
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incidents, severe weather
reports and Amber Alerts
for child abductions.


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about this new statewide
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Wednesday, December 21, 2005, Washington County News, 9A


SCHISTAS PARTY


Students of Vernon El- .
ementary paraded in 1 *" y
Christmas vocabulary .-
words on Dec. 16. The .
theme of the vocabulary .. '
parade was Christmas
Around the World.
This youngster (above) 7 "
was Feliz Navidad--
Merry Christmas from ..
M..exico. e..v,
Father Christmas is a ,,
character in a legend of
England portrayed by
this Vernon Elementary .
student in the Christmas
Vocabulary parade on
Dec. 16.


Solid job growth continues throughout state


The state's seasonally
adjusted November 2005
unemployment rate was
3.6 percent, relatively un-
changed from the revised
rate of 3.5 percent in
October and down by 1.1
percentage points from 4.7
percent a year ago, accord-
ing to a news release from
the State of Florida.
Florida's seasonally ad-
justed unemployment rate
for November 2005 of 3.6
percent was 1.4 percent-
aig n riits lower than "t'e
national rate of 5.0 percent


National Guard
news update
A web site link is now
established to keep every-
one apprised of the great
work being accomplished
by our 53rd Brigade Com-
bat Team, including the
Training Assistance Group,
in Afghanistan. The Flori-
da Army National Guard
currently has more than
1,300 Soldiers serving in
Afghanistan Task Force
Phoenix (53rd BCT) and
690th MP Co.
Please click on the fol-
lowing site to locate the
photo albums already be-
ing posted. Great photos
from Veterans Day and
mission activity. Keep
checking the site often.


and relatively unchanged
from the previous month.
Washington County had
a 3.4 percent rate, Holmes
County had a 3.5 percent
rate.
Jackson County had a
3.4 percent rate and Walton
County had a 2.9 percent
rate for November.
Florida continues to
see the rate of job growth
exceed other comparable
states.
Based on data from
October 2005,"file latest
month for which compara-


h t t p : / /
www. floridaguard.net/
tfphoenix/default.asp
The following is the nar-
rative from the above web
site home page to provide
good insight on what our
53rd BCT Soldiers are do-
ing.
The mission of Coali-
tion Joint Task Force Phoe-
nix is to provide trainers
and mentors to help the
Government of Afghani-
stan build a professional
Afghan National Army
(ANA) that is subordi-
nate to the democratically
elected government and,
when fully resource and
trained, capable of provid-
ing for the security of the
nation with limited coali-
tion assistance.


ble data are available from
other states, Florida led
all states in the number of
new jobs created and had
the fastest rate of annual
job growth among the 10
most populous states.
Solid growth continued
in Manufacturing which
gained 5,500 jobs. (+1.4
percent) over the year.
Durable goods manufac-
turing gained 4,900 jobs,
mainly in transportation
equipment manufactur-
4ing (+3,300 jobs, +7.9
percent). Durable Goods


Embedded Training
Teams (ETT) are the "tip
of the spear" in this effort.
They live, train, and deploy
on combat missions with
their ANA counterparts on
a daily basis. These small
teams (from two to sixteen
Soldiers) represent the
heart of our mission.
More than 630 officers
and senior noncommis-
sioned officers serve in the
most austere of conditions,
facing the same dangers
as their ANA counterparts
fighting the enemies of
peace and stability in Af-
ghanistan.
Another critical part
of our task force is the
Training Assistance Group
(TAG) comprised of nearly
300 Soldiers who provide


employment, which makes
up about two-thirds of the
manufacturing industry,
has seen gains for the past
year and a half.
The Miami-Ft. Lauder-
dale-Miami Beach MSA
led the state in employ-
ment growth (+59,300 jobs,
+2.5 percent), followed by
the Orlando and Tampa-
St. Petersburg-Clearwater
MSAs with over-the-year
job growth of +41,000 jobs
and +31,400 jobs. respec-
tilely.


assistance and mentorship
to the ANA cadre respon-
sible for operating the Ka-
bul Military Training Cen-
ter (KMTC). This is the
"school house" where ANA
soldiers and leaders learn
the basic and advanced
skills needed by an army.
At any given time, the stu-
dent population at KMTC
is nearly 5000 ANA Sol-
diers in classes that range
from initial basic training
to Command and General
Staff College for senior
ANA leaders.
Of the nearly 2000 Sol-
diers, Marines, Airmen,
and Sailors in the task
force, nearly 1300 are from
the 53rd Infantry Brigade
and other Florida Army
National Guard units.


HUD IIN[OMATIONl


,Tri-County Community
Council, Inc., Washington
County HUD Section 8
Rental Assistance Program
is currently taking applica-
tions for the waiting list.
/Applications are taken by
interview appointments
only. Eligibility for assis-
tance is based on income
and other criteria. .
At the time of the inter-
view, applicants need to


Step-Up Florida
Since much of the popu-
lation is overweight, or
obese, members of Step-
Up Florida plans to focus
attention on the problem
during 2006.
"Excess weight and
lack of physical activity
are known risk factors for
many diseases, including
diabetes, heart disease,
stroke, hypertension, os-
teoarthritis, sleep apnea
and some forms of cancer,"
explains Heather Shelby,
RN and nursing Drogram


furnish; proof of income,
social security cards and
birth certificates for all
members of household,
and a picture I.D. for every
member of the household
eighteen (18) years or
older must be submitted
in order for the application
to be taken. The office is
located at 1514 Railroad
Avenue in Chipley. For ap-
pointments and additional


specialist for the Chronic
Disease Program for Hol-
mes and Washington coun-
ties.
Step-Up, Florida is a
non-competitive physi-
cal activity designed to
promote regular exercise
within the communities
across the state.
The program's goals
are to motivate people of
all ages to increase physi-
cal activity and engage in
healthier and more physi-
cally active lifestyles, as
well as showcase various


information, contact Stacie
Jensen at 638-4520.
*Tri-County Community
Council, Inc., Washington
County HUD Section 8
Rental Assistance Program
is currently seeking land-
lords with suitable, afford-
able housing units located
in Washington County.
Property owners and
Realtors are encouraged
to list available rental


physical opportunities
available to citizens and
visitors throughout Flori-
da.
The 2006 program will
be a point-to-point relay
and will take place in all 67
counties in Florida. Four
routes will begin on sepa-
rate days throughout the
state with the first starting
on February 1.
"The Panhandle por-
tion of the event begins in
Escambia County on and
will come through Holmes
County on February 6,"


properties with the HUD
Section *8 Program.
HUD requires that units
pass a Housing Quality
Standard inspection. For
additional information on
the advantages of renting
through the HUD Section
8 Program, contact Stacie
Jensen at 638-4520, or
stop by the office located
at 1514 Railroad Avenue
in Chipley.


Shelby explained.
Different physical ac-
tivities, such as walking,
jogging and biking will be
undertaken to complete the
journey through Bonifay,
the Holmes County seat. ,
"We will hand off the Step-
Up flag to Washington,
County to continue the
relay throughout the state,"
the Holmes County nurs-
ing specialist said.
Call Heather Shelby,
638-8500, ext 162, or Deb-
orah Maqueira, 638-8500,
ext. 114.


Fund established
for Jamie Wood
Jamie Wood was injured
in an automobile accident
on Orange Hill Highway
Dec. 10 just three days
before she was to be sworn
into the military.
"She suffered multiple
injuries, the worst of which
was a spinal cord injury
that has left her paralyzed
from the chest down," a
spokesman said. "The doc-
tors told us that she will
never walk again. We still
believe in miracles."
Friends can help with
Jamie's rehabilitation by
making donations to one
of the accounts opened in
her name.
"Some have asked where
to send flowers," a spokes-
man said. "As difficult as it
is for the family to ask, due
to the need of financial as-
sistance, in lieu of flowers
a donation to Jamie would
be deeply appreciated
since she will need months
of expensive health care
and therapy, and she has
no insurance."
Donations may be made
at any of the following ac-
counts:
*SunTrust Bank, any
branch, make a deposit to
Jamie Wood, account num-


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ber 1000042576586,
*People's South, Chipley
(next to Wal-Mart), ac-
count opened in the name
of her uncle: Fred Strick-
land for Jamie Wood
#3400508206,
*Paypal Go to
Jamie's website
www.jamiewood.org click
on link to make a dona
tion,
*Checks can also be
made payable to Jamie
Wood and mailed to: Jean.
nie Lovett, 2860 Bonnett
Pond Road, Chipley, FL
32438.
According to relatives.
Jamie has been moved out
of the ICU and is in room
No. 506 at Flowers Hospi-
tal in Dothan, Ala. Updates
on her condition will be
posted on her website
(listed above).


Chipola Artist Series
The Chipola Artist Series presents Pianist Nadejda
Vlaeva Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2006, in the Chipola College
Theater.
Vlaeva was born in Sofia, Bulgaria, and began playing
piano at age five. She has performed in concerts internal.
tionally, giving solo recitals in Bulgaria, Russia, Slova.
kia, Hungary, The Netherlands, Spain, England, Canada.
Barbados and in the U.S.
Tickets-$12 for adults and $8 for ages 18 and un.
der-go on sale Jan. 3 in the Chipola Business Office.
The Core Ensemble will present "Tres Vidas" April 3
in the final offering of the 2005-06 Artist Series.
The series is funded through Chipola's Performing
Arts Fund.
For ticket information, call the Business Office at 718-
2220.








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The One Stop Career Center hosted a Lunch & Learn
Workshop at Patillo's on November 18. Local employers
were invited to learn about a new grant, Rural Achieve-
ment for Training and Employment Services (R.A.T.E.S)
grant awarded to the One Stop Career Center by the
Chipola Regional Workforce Development Board.
The R.A.T.E.S. grant provides different levels of schol-
arships.to employers and individuals to provide training
to upgrade skills to current and/or new employees. \
Levels
S The R.A.T.E.S grant consist of three different levels of
Scholarships:
Premium: $ 2,000 Scholarship for Employers
S Choice: $ 1,000 Scholarship for Employers

'j' Quality: $ 500 Scholarship for individuals
S Employers may be eligible for reimbursement up to
$2000.00 for eligible training expenses.

The One Stop Center hosted another Lunch & Learn
Workshop on December 15 on the R.A.T.E.S. Grant.
To learn more about this scholarship please contact the
One Stop Career Center at 638-6089.





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On Saturday, December
3, 2005, at 7:00 pm, Ver-
non High School's JROTC.
held their annual Christ-
mas Ball at the Boardwalk.

Beach Resort. Many well-
*dressed Cadets attended

the formal event wearing
sharp suits and beautiful
evening gowns.
When the Cadets arrived
at the resort and entered the

ballrourn they were greet-
ed by the receiving line
-. guest speaker, Dr. Bobbie
Dawson, Captain Jamison
Wood, and Captain Devon
Toole, then were directed
to their tables.
Before the cadets took

their seats, First Lieutenant
Jamison Wood announced

the posting of the colors
by the color guard, lead by
Second Lieutenant Phillip
Thompson.
Private First Class Sa-


C 'VERNON JROTC CHRISTMAS BALL~l


supervision required for
the proper construction
of every HFH home built
in'Washington County to
date. His dedicated service

is greatly appreciated.


thrift store and throughout is given each year to a vol-
the organization. unteer who distinguishes
David Ridley is this themselves by going the

year's recipient of the an- extra mile.
nual "Distinguished Ser- Ridley has provided
vice" award. This award the tools, knowledge and


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that WASHINGTONCOUNTY,
FLORIDA, acting through its
Board of County Commissioners,
Is requesting sealed bids for the
purchase of the following lots In
Sunny Hills: Florida:
SPECIAL PROVISIONS OF
SALE:
~1.Bldders may bid on part or all
of the above lots. The highest
bidder for each lot will receive
the lot, providing the bid meets
or exceeds the required mini-
mum bid.
2. No bid which Is less than the
minimum bid will be considered.
3.AII bidders must submit their
bid in a sealed envelope, reflect-
ing that It is a property bid on
the outside~ of the envelope,
and all bids must be received
NO LATER THAN 3:00 P.M. ON
TUESDAY, JANUARY .10' 2006.
AT THE COUNTY OFFICE, ;i
1331 SOUTH BOULEVARDE,
CHIPLEY FLORIDA 32428.
4.The successful-high bidder
on any lots shall be required to
deposit a nonrefundable binder.
equal to 10% of the bid price,
within 10 days of being notified
that they are the high bidder.
The closing shall be held on or
before January 27, 2006, at the
office of Attorney Gerald Holley,
1282 B Church Avenue, Chipley,
Florida 32428, at a date and time
mutually acceptable to Seller
and Buyer.
5.At closing, the County will
convey title to the Buyer or Buy-
ers by County Deed. The Buyer
will be responsible for paying the
State of Florida Documentary
Stamps on the County Deed, as
the County is an exempt party.
The Buyer shall be responsible for
obtaining their own title examina-
tion or title insurance, if desired.
The County acquired Its title to
the lots by tax deed.
6. The list of properties or lo-
cated on the Washington County
W e b a I t a a t
www.washingtonfl.com., is you
may pick up a list at the Wash-
ington County Board of County
Commissioners Administration
office or the Sunny Hills Fire
Department.
Dated this day of No-
vember 2005.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS-
SIONERS OF WASHINGTON
COUNTY, FLORIDA,
BY.,
-(SEAL)
Chairman
As published in the Washington
County News December 7, 14,
21, 28, 2005, January 4, 2006

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR WASH-
INGTON-COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
Case No.:2005-1329
Division: Probate
IN RE: ESTATE OF
Vytautas Gadllauskas.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate
of Vytautas Gadflauskas, de-
ceased, whose date of death was
October 5, 2004, File Number
2005-1329 Is pending in the Cir-
cuit Court for Washington County,
Florida, Probate Division, 1293
West Jackson Avenue, Suite One,
Chipley, FIL 32428. The names
and addresses of the personal
representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set
forth below.
All creditors of the decedents
and other persons having claims
or demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of this
Notice Is served must file their
claims with this Court WITHIN
;THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OFTHE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE
TIME OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All othercreciltors of the decedent
and persons having claims or
demands against the decedent's
estate must file their claims
with this Court WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
Notice Is Dec. 12, 2005.
Attorney/Personal Represen-
tative;
RICHARD C. TROLLOPE
Attorney/Personal Represen-
tative
333 Magnolia Avenue
Post Office Box 106
Panama City, Florida 32402
(850)785-3423
Florida Bar No.: 298816
As published In the Washington
County News on December 14,
21,2005.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO. 67-05-CP-009


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All persons on whom this notice
Is served who have objections
that challenge the qualifications
of the personal representative,
venue, or jurisdiction of this
Court are required to file their
objections with this Court WITHIN
THE LATER OF.-HREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OFTHE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of this
notice is served within three-
months after the date of the first
publication of this notice must
file their claims WNith this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.'
All other creditors of the decedent
and persons having claims or
demands against the decedent's
estate must file their claims
with this court WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first-publica-
tion of this Notice is i;:~r
14, 2005.
Agent for Personal Represen-
tative:
William W. Miller
P.O. Box 4394
Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548-
4394
(850) 865-9778
Personal Representative'.
PATTI GAIL SEAL
As published in the Washington
County News on December 14,
21,2005.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
WASHINGTON COUNTY
% FLORIDA

CASE NO: 67-05-CA-496
DIVISION:
UGN: 672005CA0004196XXCICI
WALTER MORTGAGE. COM-
PANY
Plaintiff,
VS.
KENNETH J. DYVIG; PHYLLIS
J. DYVIG;
Defendant (s).
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT,
PURSUANTTO THEJUDGMENT
OF FORECLOSURE ENTERED
IN THE ABOVE CAUSE, I WILL
SELL THE PROPERTY SITUTED
IN WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA, DESCRIBED AS:
BEGIN AT THE NE CORNER OF
THE WEST 1/2 OF THE SOLITH-
WEST 1/4OFTHE SOUTHWEST
1/4 OF SECTION 22, TOWNSHIP
3 NORTH, RAND 13 WEST,
WASHINGTON COUNTY, FLOR_
IDA AND RUN SOUTH 263.94
FEET, THENCE WEST 331.63
FEE- THENCE NORTH-263,94
FEET, THENCE EAST 331.63
FEET TO THE POB.
AT PUBLIC SALE, TOTHE HIGH-
EST AND BEST BIDDER, FOR
CASH, AT 11:00 A.M. ON Jan.
23, 2006, AT COURTHOUSE'
STEPS OF THE.,WASHING-
TON COUNTY COURTHOUSE,
CHIPLEY, FLORIDA.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICAN WITH DISABILI-
TIES ACT, PERSONS WITH DIS-
ABILITIES NEEDING A SPECIAL
ACCOMMODATION TO PAR-
TICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING
SHOULD CONTACT THE A.D.A.
ADMINISTRATOR FOR THE
CLERK OF THE COURT NOT
LATER THAN 7 DAYS PRIOR
TO THE PROCEEDING, AT -
IF HEARING IMPAIRED, (TDD)
1-800-955-8771, VOICE 1-800-
955-8770. THIS IS NOTA COURT
INFORMATION LINE.
DATED: 12/6/05.
CLERK OF THE COURT
By: K. McDaniei
Deputy Clerk
As published In the Washington
County News on December 14,
21,2005.

Legal Advertisement
The Washington County School
Board is accepting sealed bids
for two (2) New Holland 6610S
1997 tractors.
Both tractors are 2WD O/S with
canopy and dual rear SCV. One
tractor Is located at the Vernon
High School Campus with a mlnl-
mum bid of $7,763.00 the, other
Is located at the Chlipley High
School Campus with a minimum
bid of $8,963.00. Bids can be for
one (1)or both tractors.
Bids are to be sealed and marked
"Bid for Tractors, Bid #05-08" and
received by Joe Taylor, Coordi-
nator of Facilities, Washington
County District School Board 652
Third Street, Chipley, FIL 32428 tr
12:00 P.M. on or before January
6, 2006. Bids will be opened at
this time for review and presen-
tation to the Washington County
School Board at the January 9th
board meeting. The- Washington'
County School Board reserves
the right to accept or reject any/or
all bids. All Inquires should be
directed to Joe Taylor at 850,-
638-6222.
Information can be picked up at
the Superintendent's Office, 652
Third Street, Chipley, Florida
32428 or mailed upon request.


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As published in the Washington
County News on December
21,2005.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Case No. 6.7-05-CP-213
In Re: Estate of
DORA L. STRUTHERS,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Summary Administration)
TO ALL PERSONS HAV-
ING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE:
You are hereby notified that an-
Order of Summary Administra-
tion has been entered in the
estate of DORA L. STRUTHERS,
deceased, Case No. 67-05-CP-
213, by the Circuit Court for
Washington County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address
of which is Post Office Box 647,
Chipley, Florida 32428-0647;
that the ~decedent's date of
death was January 16, 2005;
that the total value of the estate
is $25,139.00 (more or less) and
that the names and addresses
of those to whom it has been
assigned by such order are:
Betty J. Wise, 231 Berger Road,
Ft. Pierce, Florida 34945
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAM:
All creditors of the estate of the
decedent and persons having
claims or demands against the
estate of the decedent otherthan
those for whom provision for full
payment was made in the Order
of Summary Administration must,
file their claims with this court
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
AS SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PRO-
BATE CODE. ALL CLAIMS AND
DEMANDS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED. NOT-
WITHSTANDING ANY OTHER
APPLICABLE TIME PERIOD,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this Notice is December 21,
2005.
Attorney for the Person Giving
Notice:
KERRY ADKiSON
Post Office Box 669
Chipley, Florida 32428
(850) 638-2643
Florida Bar No. 0843253
Person Giving Notice:
BETTY J. WISE
231 Berger Road
Ft. Pierce, Florida 34945
As published in the Washington
County News on December 21,
28,2005.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.67-04-CA-475
MARC ALLEN GRIFFIN, as
Personal Representative of the
1Estate of Fairris Juanita Maxwell,
deceased, Plaintiff,


HARRY JOHNSON and wife,
CONNIE J. JOHNSON, LAR-
RY PIPPEN, JERKINS, INC.,
WAYNE CAREY, OWEN N.
POWELL and JAMES EVANS,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF JUDICIAL SALE
you are'hereby notified that,
pursuant to a Final Judgment
of Foreclosure+ from the Circuit
Court of Washington County,
Florida, dated Dece~mber 12,
2005 that 1, Linda H. Cook, as
Clerk of the Circuit Court, will,
on the I 9th day of January, 2006,
at 11:00 a.m. at the steps on the
north side of the Washington
County Courthouse, sell to the
highest bidder, for cash, the
following real property located in
Washington County, Florida:
A parcel of land commencing at
the SE Corner of the SE 114 of
NE 1/4ofecin2,Twsp4
North, Range 15 West, Washing-
ton County, Florida, thence run
North 420 feet, thence run-West
630 feet, thence run South 420
feet, thence run East 630 feet to
Point of Beginning AND. Begin
at the SW Corner of the BE 1/4
of NE 1/4 of Section 21, Town-
ship 4 North, Range 15 West,
Washington County, Florida, and
run N01*40'14"E 1,321.40 feet,
thence S88*38'34"E 1.334.13
feet to the East line of aforesaid
Section 21 thence S01 '49-00-W
901.88 feet along said East line,
thence N88'37'23"W 1,245 feet
thence S01'40'14"W 419.99
feet to a graded road, thence
N88*37'23"W 86.82 feet to Point
of Beginning, being in and a part
of the SE 1/4 of NE1/ of Section
21, Township 4 North, Range
15 West, Washington County,
Florida AND Commence at the
SW Corner of the SE 1/4 of the
NE 1/4 of Section 21, Township
4 North, Range 15 West, Wash-
ington County, Florida and run
$88*37'23"E 86.82 feet along
the centerline of a county graded
road to the Point of Beginning,
thence NI'40'14"E 419.99 feet,
thence S88*37'23"E 622.50 feet,
thence SI*44'34"W 419.99 feet
to the centerline of county road,
thence N38'37'23"W 621.97
feet to the Point of Beginning,
being in a part of the SE 114 of
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younger, .and told cadets to
try their best to become the
future's new leaders.
After Dr. Dawson's

speech, First Lieuten-
ant Alyssa Simmons and
Private First Class Lynda
McNeil approached 'the
podium to announce the
awards and promotions to.
the fellow cadets.

,Following the award
ceremony, the music'

started and the dance floor
was soon filled. Cadets

danced the night away
with all. kinds of music,
from "Devil Went Down

to G .eorgia" by Ch 'arlie
Daniels Band to "I Swear"

by All 4 One.
Altogether it was a

wonderful night with great
food, gr-eat, music, andl
wonderful company.
Second Lieutenant Aq-,

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mantha Barnes then went

up to the podium to say the
invocation.
The cadets were then

asked to charge their glass-
es. The' toasts' were made,
"To the President ... ..To
the Alrmed Forces," "To

the Corps .. ..To the Dis-
trict.," and "To the Lovely
Ladies."
'After the toasts, the


cadets took their seats
and were served London

Broil. Captain Jamison
Wood .then introduceJ

the guest speaker, Vernon
High School's Principal,
Dr. Bobbie Dawson. She

encouraged the cadets to
follow their dreams.
She told of how she

didn't expect to be, where
she is nowi when she was


New judge appointed
Governor Jeb Bush today announced the appoint-
ment of Jam~es Fensom to the Fourteenth Circuit Court.

Fensom will fill the vacancy in the Fourteenth Judicial
Circuit created during the 2005 legislative session.
Fensom, 55, of Panama City, is currently a partner with
the law firm of Barron, k~edding, Hughes, Fite, Fensom,
Sanborn & Kiehn, P.A,, a position he has held since 1978.
~Previously, he served as an assistant state attorney in the
Office, of the State Attorney for the Fourteenth Circuit.
Fensom received his undergraduate degree from Au-
bumn University in 1972 and his Juris Doctor from the
Florida State University College of Law in 1975.



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alanns to local residents.

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at 1430 Jackson Avenue and pick up a form to request
the smoke alarm. Fill out the form and return it to the fire

department. For more information, call(850) 638-6301
or fax (850) 638-6300.


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Perri s Prattle

h Bl Perri Wells
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It is too late to issue
the time-worn admonition
to "shop early" seeing
there are now only three
more shopping days until
Christmas. Even with all
the warnings from the
media to get your Christ-
mas shopping done early,
I have my doubts that the
advice is heeded to any
great extent.
For the next three days,
the malls and stores will
be crowded, almost to the
point of bedlam and I trust
the "prattler" will not be
one of the mob! And, I
don't believe I will be.
That time has long passed
for me.
I will probably spend
considerable time waiting
in the malls while Hester
enjoys shopping. I hope
she will choose the Pana-
ma City Mall as I observed
three weeks ago that they
now have comfortable, re-
clining chairs in their wait-
ing area where a nap could
easily be had.
Also, that is the exact
location where we encoun-
tered Tom T. Hall and wife,
Miss Dixie, about five years
ago and had an interesting
conversation with them. I
look for them each time we
are in that particular mall
but, so far, have not seen
them again. I will keep
looking, as. they proved
to be delightful people. I
will also look forward to a
Christmas card from them
from their Franklin, Tenn.,
home. I usually see one or
more acquaintances each
time I experience a wait in
a shopping mall.
I have written previ-
ously of Christmas in my
early life and of our annual
Christmas shopping trek to
Bonifay, when that town
looked bigger to me than
Panama City or Dothan
does today. Should I be
able to revert back to those
days, I might find some
semblance of a "feel" for
Christmas that seems to
have eluded me in recent
years maybe all of my
adulthood. I don't wish to
return to those early years
for it would bring back
other living conditions that
I really wouldn't care to
relive at this stage of my
life.
The open fireplace is
nostalgic and lamps for
light may be romantic, but
one can freeze to death and
go blind if he is depending
on either for heat or for
reading. Also, in this cold
weather, I'll take the indoor
toilet facilities, hot water
at the finger tips, central
heat and electric blanket,
and I will enjoy watching
television or listening to
recorded music on stereo,
none of which was part of
my upbringing.
Recently, we saw corn
shucked and shelled, with
audience participation,
carried out by Chipley's

Fireworks
warning by CPD
Setting off of fireworks
during the holiday period
is the number one com-
plaint received by Chipley
Police Department, ac-
cording to Chief Kevin
Crews. He said fireworks
in the City of Chipley
have become a growing
problem. With the holiday
season fast approaching,
Chipley Police Department
would like to get the word


out to youngsters and their
parents about what is a le-
gal and illegal firework.


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Our son Grant's family:
Mac.


Bill Maphis, and ground
into corn meal and grits,
during the Sugar Cane Fes-
tival at The Caverns State
Park. It was fascinating
to our six-year-old grand-
son, Perry Wells II, who
really got into the act of
shucking and shelling corn.
Hester and I also enjoyed
the demonstration, but I
wouldn't look forward to
having to obtain corn meal
by that method once again.
In a nutshell, I'm en-
joyirig the modern con-
Yeniences and trust that
I'm appreciative of what I
have.
Citrus fruit was a big
thing at our house at
Christmas time. We al-
ways looked forward to a
visit from Milton Earnest
of Avon Park who, along
with his partner, Horace
Bazemore, brought a truck
load of oranges, tangerines
and grapefruit into our
neighborhood selling them
just in time for Christmas.
Aside from bringing the
much-desired citrus fruit,
Milton was a fun person
that I came to know bet-
ter in later years when we
became good friends and
enjoyed many visits.
We always knew that our
dad would find some way
to buy a supply of the fruit.
Milton was married to
Beulah Pipkin, the young-
est of the twenty-two chil-
dren of the pioneer family
of Benjamin Pipkin.
The Pipkin story is to
appear in full in The heri-
tage Book of Washington
County, thanks to Joe Earl
Collins. Approximately
four hundred and fifty
other equally interesting
stories, hopefully, one of
them yours, will be in-
cluded in the book.
This Christmas the
citrus fruit, with lemons
added, was brought to the
Wells household by our
"Basically, any firework
that is able to fly through
the air on its own, and/or
explode is illegal in the
state of. Florida," Crews
explained. "This includes
sky rockets, firecrackers
and roman candles. It is il-
legal to sell such fireworks,
in Florida."
Chipley Police De-
partment will. be strictly
enforcing the laws that
govern the use of illegal
fireworks. This means that
if illegal fireworks are used
in the City of Chipley, they
will be confiscated by law
enforcement.


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wife, Carolyn Whitehead
Wells, who live in Lutz.
They have satsuma, orang-
es, grapefruit and lemon
growing in their backyard.
Hester knows how to
squeeze a lemon and freeze
the juice for lemon pies
practically all year long.
Walton always says he is
paying us back for the fig
preserves Hester provides
to them during the summer.
Hopefully, he won't get us
fully paid back and the de-
licipus south Florida citrus
will keep coming.
If I'm beginning to
sound like scrooge himself,
let me quickly say that I
do enjoy Christmas and
especially the family time
together. Much criticism
has come along for many
years regarding over-com-
mercializing the event.
The critical comments
haven't seemed to stop the
commercial approach and
probably won't.
I'm looking forward to
having my family together
as I know you are looking
to having yours. Our son,
Grant, and his wife, Lynn,
along with the two grand-
children, Mac and Virginia,
that we don't get to see
often, are to spend the
Christmas holidays with us
and that will be h special,
treat for us.
Even though we don't
see the Houston-Texas
grandss' as much as the
others in Florida, they are
still very much a part of
the family, even knowing
the silly songs and stories
taught to their parents by
my dad, Hugh Wells. We
are looking forward to
having them for at least ten
days.
Did I say something
about "keeping the prattle"
short as we approach
Christmas?
See you all next week.
Crews noted that there
are a number of fireworks
that are legal to use in Flor-
ida. They include sparklers,
smoke devices, noisemak-
ers, party poppers and so
forth.
"I'm asking that anyone
who purchases fireworks
for themselves or for their
children, please exclude
the illegal fireworks, sky
rockets, firecrackers and
roman candles," the po-
lice chief added. Anyone
with questions concerning
fireworks is asked to call
Chipley Police Department
at 638-6310.


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Chipola College held its toy drive recently,
give many needy children a merrier Christmas.


with excellent results. Their efforts will


Friendly letter winners
Judy Young's third grade class at Vernon Elementary
participated in a friendly letter contest. Sandi Ohmer of
the Washington County News did a special presentation
teaching the students how to write a letter. Students were
given newspapers and asked to write a letter to editor, Jay
Felsberg. Three letters were chosen as winners by news-
paper staff. Left to right: Hope Taylor, first place, Rainie
Gilbert third place, and Cheyanne Garza second place.
Winning Letter;
Dear Mr. Felsberg,
What I like about the newspaper is the years ago part
and the part where people write you notes and you put
them in the place where you put good things or com-
plaints that don't have bad, bad things in them. Also, I
like the pictures of the football players and about how
they played with the band on it and the cheerleaders.
Keep up the good work!
Your friend, Hope Taylor
Bonifay Guild for the Arts
Frank Barone Jr. moved with his wife Dawn to Holmes
County in 2003, leaving behind a career as a commercial
fisherman to pursue employment as a craftsman.
He has been studying and practicing a variety of tech-
niques since 1988. He draws on life experiences, nature
and dream images for his creativity and inspiration.
He produces illustrations, prints and paintings using
many mediums; airbrush, watercolor, pen and ink, color
pencil, acrylic paint, silkscreen printing and fabric dye.
He does woodworking, tile and mosaic work, picture
framing and mural painting. Some of Frank's paintings,
prints and drawings will be on display at the Bonifay
Guild for the Art, Inc. through January 6, 2006.

Jazzmatazz 2006
Chipola College's award-winning Show Choir will
present Jazzmatazz 2006: Design of the Decades in the
Chipola Theatre, Jan. 12-14, 2006, at 7 p.m. nightly. The
high-energy show will feature musical highlights from
the 50's to the present. Jazzmatazz tickets make great
stocking stuffers if you hurry. The college is closed for
the holidays Dec. 16 through Jan. 2. Tickets for this
annual show are available from Show Choir members
beginning Dec. 1. Tickets also are available at 718-2277
.or 718-2301.












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Deadlines

Deadline for all Dec. 28 Publications will be at
NOON Friday, December 23

Deadline for Jan. 4 Publications will be at
5:00 P.M. Friday, December 30

Weekend Editions will not be
distributed on December 24 & 31

Our business offices will be closed
Monday, December 26, and
Monday, January 2

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2B, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, December 21, 2005
K yla Marie Smith I
-. Kyla Marie Smith will
,, turn seven years old on
J December 22. She will cel-
"" ebrate her birthday with a
Zi -.4 o. party at home with family
and friends.
-C Kyla is the daughter of .
Billy and Tracey Smith of
Bonifay.
Kyla is the granddaugh- :"'
: ter of William and-Annie
Mae Pate of Caryville, Hu-
lon and Sue Gibson, and
Donnie Smith of Bonifay,
and Patsy Smith of Pace. Mary
She is also the granddaugh- and H
ter of the late Thomas and Padget

Chipola registration
S. Registration for the Spring Seme
lege is Jan. 3 for returning students
students. Classes begin Jan. 5. Chipc
ter provides opportunities for studer


Brown-Byrd engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Aycock of Chipley and Tim Brown
of Bonifay are pleased to announce the upcoming mar-
riage of their daughter, Lacey Nichole Brown, to Jason
Michael Byrd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Byrd of
Graceville.
The wedding will be held 3 p.m. Jan. 7, 2006,.at the
First Freewill Baptist Church in Chipley. A reception will
follow at the Ag Center in Chipley.
No local invitations are being sent. All friends and
family are cordially invited.


Granberry-Swearingen wedding
The marriage of Farrah Lynn Granberry and Jonathan
Derek Swearingen is announced by their parents, Mike
and Lynn Kandler of Panama City and Ben and Madonna
Granberry of Graceville.
The bride's grandparents are Dr. Vance and Ruth
Weidle of Wamego, Kansas, and Wendell and Virginia
Granberry of Graceville.
Grandparents of the groom are Walter D. Anderson
of Crestview, the late Marilyn Easley of Panama City
Beach, J.D. Swearingen Sr. of Marianna, and the late
Rena Swearingen.
The couple exchanged vows Nov. 26 in a small cere-
mony at Panama City Beach. They will make their home
in Marianna..

Help children with cancer
Anyone interested in helping children hospitalized
with cancer in Pensacola can save their used postage
stamps and aluminum soda can tabs for Save The Chil-
dren Christian Center. They will allow each child to re-
main on their healing equipment for an extra 10 minutes.
Postage stamps and can
tabs can be dropped off at
805 Main Street in Chipley.
Miss Annie will turn them
into the redemption center
in Pensacola.


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


The Gail Adams Memo- r '
rial Fund held 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 NASCAR :.
show car was on display. +, .. :'"
(right, with John, Cody and '
Kaitlin Adams) along with i.
several local race cars, like :.-
that of Mike Hasty (No. 29 ., -
below). The Washington '
County Sheriff's Office
DARE car was also on
hand.
There was a memorial
table (below) for the late ": :':*:
Gail Adams, who gave her .... '-.s;.'
name to the fund, which .**""' ... "" :
supports Chipley High "
boys' baseball and girls' ""A ....
softball programs. .." +, ,
Merchandise donated by .. .; ... : ...
.local merchants was given ..;-
away. ..
For more information
on how to contribute, call c,. ^, ... :
638-7990.


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Language classes
Free conversational English and Spanish classes are'
being offered for International people living and working
in this area.
English classes Shiloh Baptist Church holds two
weekly English classes in individual or small group set-
tings, from low beginner all the way to advanced classes.
Classes are held in the old sanctuary from 4-6 p.m. Sun-
day afternoons and 6:30-8:30 p.m. Monday.
Spanish class is held Mondays from 4:45-6:15 p.m.
It is taught in ai gloup setting and is open to the public.
Shiloh family, fiendss, missionaries, and all are welcome
to attend. For more information, call the church office at
638-1014; Karma Cook, 638-8418, or Espanole, Karen
Wells, 638-1435.


Lydia Danielle
Jackson
Lydia Danielle Jackson
was born 10:58 a.m. Sept.
24 at Bay Medical Cen-
ter in Panama City. She
weighed six pounds, 15
ounces.
She is the daughter of
Kim and Danny Jackson
of Wausau. Her paternal
grandparents are Wade
Jackson, and the late Mary
Helen Jackson, of Chipley.
Donald and Jo Ann Had-
dock of Wausau are the
infant's maternal grand-
parents.


Lydia was welcomed
home by friends and fam-
ily.


Name that school at WHTC
Washington Holmes Technical Center is promoting
a contest to name their new career academy. Area high
schools students will have the opportunity to submit a
name for the academy and win a $100.00 savings bond.
The students are asked to keep in mind that this acad
emy requires rigorous academics for college bound stu.
dents.
The career academy will use our building trades clus
ter of Heating and Air Conditioning, Carpentry, Electri
cal Wiring, Welding, Heavy Equipment Operator, Draft
ing, and Surveying & Mapping, leading to a major in
Engineering or Construction Management.
The program will meet one of the criteria for the Gold
Seal Scholarship program, which is a 75 percent tuition
and books grant program, and part of the Bright Futures
Program.
All entries must be turned into the Washington Hol-
mes Technical Center by January 10, 2006. A panel will
evaluate the names and award the winner on January 13.
2006. Please turn in all entries to Paul Parker, Director at
Washington Holmes Technical Center.

TO ADVERTISE CALL
638-0212 OR 547-9414


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Time & Again Candles
Jewelry Purses
Willow Tree Angels
and Other Gifts

Prom/Pageant Dresses 50% Off
NewAChristmnis Arrivals Gifts Galore
781 Main Street, TheBlackburn House
Chipley, FL 32428 (850) 638-3541
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New Year's
Eve party
Sunny Hills Civic As-
sociation will sponsor the
Sunny Hills New Year's
Eve party at St Teresa's
Hall. The Crossfire band
will provide music, and
hors d'oeuvres will be
served. This is a BYOB
party, and semi-formal at-
tire is required. Cost is $20
per person. Contact Jane
Norris at 773-2019 or Bev-
erly Mason at 773-5210.

Help needed
Washington County
Scholarship Trust :Com-
mittee and the Preserving
Our Past Association are
looking help at their annu-
al shows. Call John Cook
at (850) 535-2426 or Cliff
Gilbert at (850)4265-8708.






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Library on Thursday, Dec. 15. She read two special stories to the children, gave them a candy cane, and
her picture taken with the children. The kids asked her to take their requests back to the North Pole and
them to Santa Claus. The children had a blast and are looking forward to Santa's visit on Christmas Eve
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Mrs. Claus took time out of her busy schedule to visit the preschoolers at Preschool StoryTime at the Chi
Library on Thursday, Dec. 15. She read two special stories to the children, gave them a candy cane, and
her picture taken with the children. The kids asked her to take their requests back to the North Pole and
them to Santa Claus. The children had a blast and are looking forward to Santa's visit on Christmas Eve


Girl Scouts

spread lots of

holiday cheer
Girl Scout Troop
No. 287 of Chipley vis-
ited third-floor residents
at Northwest Florida Com-
munity Hospital Friday,
Nov. 18. Prior to the visit,
and during several troop
meetings, the girls made a
variety of crafts for the res-
idents. They were able to
visit with all the residents,
sharing the hand-made
crafts and wishing them all
a Happy Holiday.
During the visit, the
girls shared in a birthday
celebration for several of
the residents by singing,
'Happy Birthday" to them.
Troop Leader Lara
Walsingham said she is ex-


Santa comes to

J&S Farms
Santa arrived at J&S
Farm outside of Vernon
recently to be greeted by
John and Sandra Devine
and two of their grand-
children from Panama
City, Morgan and Joseph
Spillers.
Sanya said he had a pret-
ty rough tractor ride from
the North Pole, reporting
that his "tires were a little
out of balance."


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Memorial Fund
Joy Carol Aukema Taps,
senior attorney with
the office of the Attorney
General of Tallahassee and
a native of Chipley, died
''Nov. 29 after a long, coura-
geous battle with cancer.
In her memory, her fam-
ily and friends have es-
tablished the Joy Aukema
Taps Trust Fund at Com-
munity South Credit Union
of Chipley, 1044 Highway
90, P.O. Box 623, Chipley,
FL 32428. Funds collected
Swill be contributed to
Hospice and other worthy
causes. For information,
4pley call 638-8376.
1had
Give Veterans Park

bricks sales
TheB lue Creek Veterans
Park is located in Ponce de
::Leon. Those who served,
or are now serving qualify
to purchase a memorial-
brick. Each pedestal can
accommodate 35 bricks.
As of now six pedestals
have been filled. One of
these is for Civil War vet-
erans. Everyone is encour-
aged to visit the park and
pick up a brick application,
or call 850-836-5209 and
one can be mailed. As of
iiJan. 1, 2006 the price will
increase.


Il t's time for

niy"the big 40!
mked. The Ponce deleon High
School Class ,of 1966
:wing Homecoming is scheduled
right- for January 28. Fellow
classmates and -friends
PLEASE plan to meet at
the school at 2 p.m. on
r thatt day to get reaquainted,
visit, and participate in the
homecoming activities.
If anyone is in contact
with any class members,
'"' please relay this message..
to them. Fof::additim'af
information or interest in
:dil; helping with plans for the
occasion, contact June,
850-892-2615.


Chipola
Cheerleaders
The Chipola College
Cheerleaders have sched-
uled their annual extrava-
ganza for February 4.


the knowledge that she now walks
in His presence and has achieved
ultimate victory forevermore.
A time of visitation will be
held on 'Wednesday, Decemiber
14, 2005 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
at Whitehurst-Powell Funeral
Home. Funeral services will be
conducted from the Chapel of
Whitehurst-Powell Funeral Home
on Thursday, December 15, 2005
at 2:00 p.m. with Reverend Louie
Pettis officiating. A private fam-
ily burial will follow at Almarante
Cemetery.
Whitehurst-Powell Funeral
Home is entrusted with arran.-e-
ments.


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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 to
jess ica41 60 kyahoo. corn.


Old Westville

Post Office
The Town of Westville
is currently applying for
a grant to move, renovate,
and preserve the old post
office and help is needed.
The Town of Westville
and The Friends of the
Old Westville Post Office
are seeking infon-nation.
pictures, and stories about
the landmark post office
which was built in the mid
1880s just as the railroad
was coming through.
Interior and exterior pic.
tures are needed particu.
larly of the front including
the front porch, which has
fallen and been removed.
Anyone who may know
the whereabouts of arti.
facts from the old post of
fice is urged to call. Input
from the public is needed
or anyone interested in
serving, on an advisory
committee.
Those with information.
or-?that are interested, in
helping-, should call .Scott
Prescott'at (850) 956-2556
or the City of Westville at
(850) 548-5858.

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and friends who had gone home
before her.
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beautiful children who will for-
ever miss her presence in their
lives; Morgan Leigh Godsey, age
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Madie Cooper, 78
Madie "B~etty" Cooper
of Leonia died Dec. 11.
She was born July 4, 1927,
in Georgiana, Ala., to Wil-
liam And Seleta Stinson
Hood.
Cooper was Baptist by
faith. She worked as a
meat cutter in the grocery
industry for more than 30
years. She loved to cook
and bake cakes and play
games with children.
She was preceded in
death~by her parents, three
sisters, Gladys Smith-,
Olive Mae Scoffield and
Ludie Hood, and a brother,
James L. Hood.
Survivors include her
husband of 57 years, Wil-
Iiam H. Cooper of Leonia;
two special nephews and
several other nephews and
nieces.
Funeral services were
conducted Dec. 16 in the
funeral home chapel with
the Rev. Stacy Stafford of-
,ficiating.
Burial followed in Leo-
nia Cemetery with Ciary-
GlennFuneral Home of
DeFuniak Springs direct-
ing.
Corene Johns, 90
Corene Johns of Chipley
died Dec. 14. A native and
lifelong resident of Wash-
ington County, she was
born Sept. 10, 1915, to
Dallas and Minnie (McAd-
ams) Finch.


She was of the Pentecos"
tal faith and was a member
of the Sunny Hills Chapel
Church.
Johns was preceded
in death by her husband,
Charlie Johns, and a son,
Cresko Johns.
Survivors include six
sons and five daughters-in-
law, Eugene and Juanita
Johns, Edward and Judy
Johns, all of Fountain,
Roscoe and Mary Johns
of Panama City, Burford
and Voncile Johns of New
Orleans, La., Lowell and
Sandy Johns, and Charlie
Johns,.all of Chipley; four
daughters and two sons-
in-law, Luell Rogers of
Youngstown, Lokey and
Adolph Grissett, Gracie
and Leo Maddox, all of
Panama City, and Shelby
Finch of Fountain; one
brother, Dallas Berry
Finch of Pensacola, nu-
merous grandchildren,
great-grandchildren and.
gr-eat-great-grandchildren .
Services were held Dec.


16 in the funeral home's
Brickyard Road chapel
with the Revs. William
Holman and T.A. Greene
officiating.
Burial followed in
Gap Pond Cemetery with
Brown Funeral Home of
Ch~ipley directing.
Brenda Curry, 59
Brenda Gail Callahan
Curry of Bonifay died Dec.
15 at her home there.
She is survived by her
husband, Luther (Buddy)
Curry, father, Wilber Cal-
lahan, and mother, Leona
(Kirkland) Callahan, .all
of Bonifay; a daughter and
son-in-law, Kyla and Chris
Rushing of Ponce de Leon;
a son, Garrett Curry, and
Heidi Isaccs, sister and.
brother-in-law, Judy and
Wayne Powell, brother
and sister-in-law, Rickey
and Medea Callahan, all
of Bonifay, and two grand-
children.
Services were held Dec.
18 at W~estville Community
Church with the Revs. Dan


Padgett and David Rathel
officiating.
Burial was in Westville
Cemetery with Sims Fu-
neral 'Home of 'Bonifay
directing.
Jamtes Davidson,, 61
James Edward "Jamie"
Davidson of Caryville died
Dec. 18 at his home' there.
Survivors include a
daughter, Anita (Davidson)
Jones, and a son, Eddie Da-
vidson, both of Caryville;
two sisters, Annette
Brooks of Bonifay and
Bobbie Smith of DeFuniak
Springs, five grandchildren
and two great-,orandchil-
dren.
Funeral services were
held Dec. 20 in the funeral
home chapel with the Revs.
Wayne Brannon and James
Carnley officiating.
Burial was in Union


Hill Cemetery with Sims,
Funeral Home of Bonifay
directing.
Ozie D. Calloway, 87
Ozie Dee Calloway,
died Dec. 17 at Bonifay
Nursing & Rehab. She was
born Nov. 5, 1918, in Lau-
rel, Miss.
Survivors include her
husband, James Calloway;
a son, Rupert Emanuel of
Jacksonville; two daugh-
ters and a son-in-law, An-
nette and Charlie Kruger of
Fort Myers and Ida Walsh
of Vernon; five grandchil-
dien, seven great-grand-
children and two great-
great-grandchildren.
Peel Funeral Home of
Bonifay is in charge of
directions..
A memorial service will
be held at a later date at
Peel's Vernon chapel.


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PDL Class of '96
plans reunion
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.
Email informationtojess
ica4160 @yahoo.com.


Wednesday, December 21, 2005, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 5B
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Announcement of QRT training was made recently.


Blend Day at WCCS
Mrs. Parker's first grade class at Washington County Christian School celebrated
Blend Day. Each student was given a special sound and asked to find pictures
or words that began with that sound. They then placed them on a poster. They
brought their posters to school to share. The students wore name tags with their
sound, like Mr. "Bl" or Miss "Ch." From the left, front row: Shane Reed, Kloe
Brewer, Kaylee Finch, Ina Robertson, Heidi Hutzel, Shelby Newsome. Second
row: Abbye Haddock, Rylea Destival, Zachary Williams, Isabella Owens, Lexi
Brasher. Back row: KarenaDell, De'Andre Belcher, Trey Maxwell, Dylan Carter,
Josie Coleman, Korinna Mantesta is not pictured.


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NOTE: CHECK
ON THE HOLIDAY
SCHEDULE
OF ANY ORGANIZA-
TION LISTED HERE

WEDNESDAY,
December 21
CLOSED: Wausau, Li-.
brary, Vernon Library. .-
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes
County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Li-
brary open.
11 a.m.-Washington Coun-
cil on Aging (located in
Chipley) senior lunches, for
reservations call 638-6217,
donations accepted.
12 noon-Bonifay Ki-
wanis Club meeting, held
at Blitch's Restaurant 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 Anony-
mousmeeting, heldatPonce
de Leon Methodist Church,
located on Main Street in
Ponce de Leon.
THURSDAY,
December 22
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes
County Library open.
8 a.m.-Washington County
Commission meeting.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Li-
brary open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon Li-
brary open.
10:30-11 a.m.-Chipley Li-
brary preschool storytime.
11 a.m.-Washington Coun-
cil on Aging (located in
Chipley) senior lunches, for
reservations call 638-6217,
donations accepted.
1 p.m.-6 p.m.-Wausau
Library open.
6 p.m.-TOPS meeting, held
at Mt. Olive Baptist Church,
located three miles north of
Bonifay on Hwy. 79.
6:15 p.m. The
Washington/Holmes Au-
tism Support Group meet
at Woodmen of the World
in Chipley. Children are
welcome. Call 547-3173
6:30 8 p.m.- "Journeys:
Finding Your Way
Through Grief" meeting,
at Bonifay Nursing and
Rehab Center.
8 p.m.-Narcotics Anony-
mous meeting, held at
Blessed Trinity Catholic


Church in Bonifay.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anony-
mous meeting, held at New
Hope Volunteer Fire Station,
located on Hwy. 2 in Holmes
County.
FRIDAY,
December 23
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes
Couity Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon Li-
brary 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 Li-
brary preschool storytime.
11 a.m.-Washington Coun-
cil on Aging (located in
Chipley) senior lunches, for
reservations call 638-6217,
donations accepted.
7 p.m. Slocomb VFW
dance until 10 p.m. Mu-
sic by the Country Boys.
Admission $3; Children
12 and under free with par-
ents. No smoking or alco-
hol. Door prizes and 50/50
giveaways. Refreshments
available.
7 p.m. Geneva senior
citizens dance at the com-
munity center until 10 p.m.
for those 21 and older.
Band is "Still Country."
Admission $3.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anony-
mous open meeting, held
at Presbyterian Church in
Chipley.
SATURDAY,
December 24
CLOSED: Wausau Li-
brary
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.
7-10 p.m. Geneva Senior
Citizens Dance at Geneva
Community Center, North
Iris St., every Saturday for
those 21 and older, "old-
fashioned" country music
by Porter's Wiregrass
Express Band from Ponce
de Leon. Admission is $3,
50-50 give-away, refresh-
ments, no smoking or al-
cohol.
8 p.m.-Alcholics Anony-
mous meeting, held at
Bethlehem Masonic Lodge,
located on Hwy. 177 in Hol-
mes County.
SUNDAY, December 25
CHRISTMAS DAY


MONDAY,
December 26
CLOSED: Holmes County
Library, Vernon Library,
Wausau Library.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Li-
brary open.
11 a.m.-Washington Coun-
cil on Aging (located in
Chiple\ sen ior lunches, for
reservations call 638-6217,
donations accepted.
6 p.m 7:30 p.m.-
Salvation Army
Domestic Violence and
Rape Crisis Program
(SADVP) will be hosting
a domestic violence
support group each
Monday. The meeting will
be held at the SADVP
Rural Outreach office at
1461 S. Railroad Avenue,
apartment one, in Chipley.
Call Emma or Jess at 415-
5999.
6:30 p.m.-Bonifay City
Council meeting.
6:30-8:30 p.m.-Conversa-
tional English classes for
internationals, held at Shi-
loh Baptist Church. Contact
church office, 638-1014 or
Karma Cook, 638-8418.
7 p.m.-Vernon City Coun-
cil meeting.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anony-
mous meeting, Blessed
Trinity Catholic Church,
located on Hwy. 177A,
Bonifay.
TUESDAY,
December 27
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes
County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon Li-
brary open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Li-
brary open.
9:30 a.m.-4 p.m.-Wausau
Library open.
11 a.m.-Washington Coun-
cil on Aging (located in
Chipley) senior lunches, for
reservations call 638-6217,
donations accepted.
12 noon-Chipley Kiwanis
Club meeting.
6 p.m.-Holmes County
Commission meets fourth
or last Tuesday at 6 p.m.
6:30-Washington County
Republican Party meeting
held at 794 Third Street in
Chipley.
7:30 p.m.-Wausau Ma-
sonic Lodge meeting.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anony-
mous closed meeting, held
at Presbyterian Church in
Chipley.


Training grant
funds available
In a collaborative ap-
proach, Washington Hol-
mes Technical Center with
WestPoint Home applied
for and received a Quick
Response Training Grant
with Workforce Florida.
The grant is to assist with
the training for the West-
Point Home expansion.
WestPoint Home plans to
hire new employees as
part of their expansion in
Washington and Jackson
Counties.
Workforce Florida Inc.
has grant opportunities for
the business community
to train their work force,
either with expansion or
upgrading the skills of
their current employees.
Contact the Washington
- Holmes Technical Center,
for assistance with these
valuable programs. Call
(850) 638-1180 ext. 314.
Paul Parker, Director of
WHTC, stated "this is what
we do, we assist business
with their training needs
and we are always avail-
able to assist". The West-
Point Home expansion
should be completed in
the next 12 months. Terry
Ellis, Plant Manager stated
"this type of grant fund-
ing is greatly appreciated
in the effort to assist our
company with maintaining
a competitive edge in our
global economy".
The Regional Workforce
Board and the Washington
County Chamber of Com-
merce supported this grant
effort.


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SET OF 4 factory Pontiac
mags, alum. alloy, 16".
Excellent condition. Tires
included. $100. 535-
0594
CHICKEN FERTILIZER
FOR sale. You come get
it! You haul it! $10 pickup
truck load. Call 956-1224
HAY FOR SALE large
rolls of Argentine Bahia
$25. 638-8823
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
COLOR COPIES $1.
COPIES 150 Washing-
ton County News, down-
town Chipley.
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
JUST IN TIME for Christ-
mas. New Circle Y Plea-
sure Saddle, never rode.
$1150 (new). Asking
$800. OBO. 547-2225
LIKE NEW DANA 8 lug
dualee rearend. Six
wheels & tires included.
16.5", 2 chrome, 4
painted $250 firm. 535-
0594
STOCK 302 V8 out of
late model Ford. Car to-
taled, salvaging parts.
Motor guaranteed. $250
firm. 535-0594
6'X12' HEAVY DUTY
double axle trailer $1000.
12' feet heavy duty eq.
trailer bump pull $1200.
638-0886
,BASS .,.. PLAYE-
"NEEDED we play a vari-
ety of music for our own
enjoyment. We do not
play clubs. 638-8823
1995 FLEETWOOD
20FT pop-up camper
with A/C, gas stove, elec-
tric, sleeps 6. 638-0983,
leave message.
FIREWOOD SEA-
SONED OAK will cut to
length and deliver. Call
Britt at 547-9291
SOD FOR SALE on the
farm, delivered or in-
stalled. Centipede and
419 Bermuda. WEST
FLORIDA TURF
(850)638-4860. 24
Years experience!
MF 3 CYL diesel, 947
hrs, like' new, plus dirt
plow, disk harrow, 2 row
cultivator, 1 row planter,
4' brush hog. Just in time
for Christmas! $6200 or
best. 547-2225
VINTAGE AUTO REP-
LICA collection. 1:18
scale. Total of seven dif-
ferent relica's. (Fairfield
Mint) Call 638-0502
TOYOTA 4X4 5 speed
transmission, $750;
transfer case $500; solid
front axle w/disk, 4:11 ra-
tio $500, rearend 4:11,
$500. (850)527-4463
anytime




CKC SHIH-TZU puppies,
1 female, 3 males, excel-
lent companions, vet cer-
tificates, $300 & up, may
pick up Christmas Eve.
547-4348
FOR SALE
REGISTERED PALO-
MINO 3 yr old Mare, Reg-
istered 2 yr old Buckskin
Filly & (1) two horse com-
bination trailer. 547-3972
AKC MINIATURE
DACHSHUND puppies,
3 chocolate & tan males,
$250 each, proven
championship bloodline,
cell (904)497-1276;
(904)497-6831 Bonifay
area.
FREE PUPPIES 6 wks
old, Rottweiler Shepard
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colt $500. Foaled
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AZALEAS ONLY $1.67!
Other shrubs $1.87.
Trees and more. All Ways
Growin' Nursery,
lic#47222563, Tuesday
thru Saturday, 1658 Hwy
177-A, Bonifay, 850-547-
2938. Bridge is out, so
please call for directions.



LEATHER SOFA,
LOVESEAT & chair still
wrapped, retail $3400,
sell brand new with war-
ranty $1250. 850-425-
8374
$275 BRAND NEW King
pillowtop set, factory
sealed w/warranty. Can
deliver. 850-545-7112
BEDROOM ALL NEW 7
pc set; all dovetailed, all
wood, still boxed. Retail
$4k, must sell $1500, can
deliver. 850-222-2113
MATTRESS NEW FULL
set in plastic with war-
ranty $120. 850-222-
9879
BED A SLEIGH bed in-
cluding headboard,
footboard & rails. New in
box, only $275. Call 850-
222-7783
DINING A CHARMING
new oak table w/in lay,
ball & claw feet, leaf, 2
arm chairs, 4 side chairs,
hutch/buffet. $4500 sug.
list, sacrifices $1900.
850-222-2113
DINING ROOM BRAND
new cherry table w/leaf,
6 chairs & lighted china
cabinet. Still boxed.
$9800 Canaddeliver., 850-
222-9879
6 PC BEDROOM set
brand new sleigh bed,
dresser, mirror, and
nightstand. $575, still
boxed, can deliver. 850-
222-9879
BED DOUBLE QUEEN
pillowtop set new, in plas-
tic with warranty. $165,
can deliver. 850-425-
8374
FURNITURE & SERTA
MATTRESSES Low,
low, low overhead guar-
antees low, low, low pric-
es.
P&S Discount Furniture,
Chipley. (Since 1973)
850-638-4311
CHAIR LOVESEAT
SOFA $650, new micro
fiber upholstery, hard-
wood frame & warranty,
unopened. 850-545-7112



81 CORVETTE NEW en-
gine, mechanically great,
garage kept for 13 yrs.
$8900. 535-1778
2000 BRONZE CHEVY
Malibu. 55,000 miles, AC,
CD player, tinted power
windows, new stock
speakers. Like newly
$10,000. Call 849-1143
92 CHEVY CAPRICE
Classic SW. Fully loaded,
seats 9. $2800 OBO. Ask
for Karl. 547-4465
1979 CORVETTE
Eveything brand new!
Must see to appreciate.
415-6820 $8000 or trade
for pick-up of equal
value.
FOR SALE 2002 Kia Rio
like new 27,000 miles, 5
Speed, AC,
Alpine CD $5500 773-
2395
1998 PONTIAC TRANS-
PORT mini-van, 6-cyl,
seats seven, excellent
shape inside & out, cold
air, loaded $5995. 547-
9233
2001 FORD EXPLORER
white, automatic, fully
loaded, 6 CD changer,
running boards, custom-
ized bra, $8000.
(l.4A\ R- 11 n~ ll


1998 BUICK REGAL
GS, red, gray leather in-
terior, 4.0L 3800 Series II
Supercharged engine,
83,000 miles, air, $7000.
(850)260-1149
91 5.0 Mustang LX,
hatchback, under 130k,
runs great. $3000.
(850)415-6444
2003 INFINITI G35 2-
door Coupe, fully loaded,
automatic & manual,
leather, 6 disc, CD play-
er, silver, sunroof, spor-
ty, well taken care of.
$24,000. Call (850)527-
9592; (850)547-5070,
ask for Tyler.
87 CHRYSLER New
Yorker, white, cruise, tilt
steering, AC, power
locks, windows, automat-
ic. AM/FM radio. 624-
9773
1999 MERCURY
SABLE 35,000 miles,
like new, must sell, excel-
lent condition. Pay off
only. 415-6683; 638-
0083
2004 CHRYSLER
SEBRING GTC 3476
miles, $16,900. OBO..
(850)573-7676
1999 CADILLAC SE-
DAN Deville, pewter/bur-
gundy leather. Fully load-
ed. Lifetime tire balanc-
ing. Trailer hitch. 41,000
miles. Luxurious
$20,999. (850)547-3342
or 763-6872
87 MERCEDES 420SEL
new trans-Alt, recent
valve job. $6995. neg.
527-1722, leave mes-
sage.
FOR SALE 1997 Silver
Camaro, T-Tops, 65K
miles $10,500. 547-3545
2004 BUICK REGAL
white, wife's car. Leather,
loaded, 24,000 miles.
Like new $14,000.
(850)638-1991




1980 DODGE EX-
TENDED work van
$1500. 773-3892
86 CHEVY PICKUP 350
motor, built, large cam,
runs good, body has
some rust, show its age
$1500. OBO. 547-0929
FOR SALE 87 Dodge
Ram 250 Van. Good me-
chanical condition.
Makes excellent work
van, $1250. Call eve-
nings after 5:30. 535-
9800
1954 CHEVROLET
TRUCK 3100 series
$900. (850)53-0944
2003 FORD RANGER
XLT, 4 cylinder, 5 speed,
44,000 miles, one owner,
excellent condition
$8500. 547-9164
1987 FORD F250 4x4
351 motor. Runs good,
great shape. $3800.
(850)415-6301
1980 FORD Z_100, runs
good, asking $1800
OBO. 547-2780, ask for
Dan
1989 FORD F-150 PU,
115,000 miles, runs great
$2000. 535-2608
JEEP CHEROKEE
LAREDO 4-door, low
miles, 6 cyl, good gas
mileage. $5800. 638-
3483
FOR SALE 1979 Datsun
truck great gas mileage,
runs good $850 1-888-
250-5851
1979 FORD EXPLORER
collector's truck, loaded,
one owner, garage kept,
mechanically sound,
$7000 value, asking
$3500. 638-1321; 638-
4541
1994 CHEVROLET 1/2
ton, extended cab, V6,
auto overdrive, runs
good. 773-2636; 527-
6201
BEAUTIFUL 2004 RED
Dodge Durango SLT, A
head turner with 7 seats.
Dual Air, Sharp wheels.
1I nnnmiSila. it.9finnn


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 FORD 150 XL Super
Cab, AT, PS, PB, toolbox,
new tires. 97,500 miles.
Asking $9000. 547-0150;
326-3123
1961 CHEVY APACHE
Stepside, primed, ready
for restoration. $1000
OBO. 638-9188
99 GMC SONOMA 180k
miles, AT $4000. 527-
5125
FOR SALE 2001 Ford
Expedition XLT, loaded,
42,000 miles, $17,000.
547-4830 between 6pm
& 8pm only. No collect
calls.
2002 FORD EXPLORER
XLT, excellent condition,
fully loaded, keyless en-
try, leather, dark sage
green. 81,000 miles.
$12,500. Call 526-
3619(w); 638-8104(h)
1995 FORD F-150 XLT,
extended cab, V8, auto,
power window, locks,
toolbox, cab steps, rails,
rims, AM/FM cassette,
$7000 638-9630
2001 FORD RANGER
XLT V-6, fully loaded,
auto-trans, 5 disc CD
player, Bedliner. Only
53,000 miles. $8,900.
547-1688; 768-0135
1996 F150 XL Extended
cab, bedliner, dual tanks,
120K, good condition
$7000. 547-9396
2000 HONDA ODYS-
SEY EX Mini-Van, V6,
89,000 miles, good con-
dition, gray cloth interior,
white exterior, $13,000
OBO. 547-0899
2001 TOYOTATACOMA
2.4 liter 4 cylinder, flow
master custom exhaust,
CD player with security
system. 5-speed, AC,
44,000 miles. $11,000.
(850)352-4589; cell
(850)209-7311
89 FORD RANGER
truck. 5-speed, $2000
cash OBO. 548-5924
FOR SALE 1996 Ex-
plorer XLT, V-8, 4 door,
leather, loaded, custom
rims, Alpine stereo sys-
tem, tinted windows
$11,000. 547-2502
1988 CHEVROLET
TRUCK good shape
$2000. 1998 Grand Am
SE V6, $3500 or trade
bass boat or 4-wheeler.
638-0886
99 FORD EXPEDITION
100,000 miles, excellent
condition. .$12,000.
(850)579-2977
1977 DODGE VAN V8,
good condition, long bed,
runs great, $1200.
638-1214,
1994 CONVERSION
VAN V-6, cruise, power
windows, 106 k miles,
looks and runs good.
547-2180
97 DODGE 4-wheel
drive, 155,000 miles,
looks and runs great
$6500 OBO. 263-9711
1998 Z71 ext cab, 3-door.
$9500. 263-3105 eve-
nings.
FOR SALE 1999 Chevy
Suburban LT, 5.7 litre,
leather, CD, front/rear
AC, 153,000 miles. Ask-
ing $8950. Call 850-956-
1260
1999 ISUZU AMIGO
Convertible, brand new
clutch, transmission,
starter, timing belts. Ask-
ing $6500. 773-5720,
leave message
2003 DODGE RAM w/
Hemi 2500.7000+ miles,
loaded. $28,000. Must
sell. (334)699-2382
1966 FORD F-150 runs
great $2,000. 258-4428
*JBa '7" ^ *sssi s


97 FORD F-150,4 wheel
drive, 8 cyl, quad cab, 3rd
door, brand new tires.
Excellent condition.
$8800 Call 535-2276
2005 CHEVY TRAIL-
BLAZER ext 4x4, 8,000
miles, tan in color,
loaded, LT edition,
$22,500. OBO. 547-
0765, 527-4246
1990 CHEVY 1/2 ton
Z71, SWB, reg cab,
Silverado Package. New
pts. $5500. Call Terry
547-3646. 7am-5pm
FOR SALE 1999
F-150, low miles
$13,500. OBO. 100,000
mile warranty. 547-5960;
547-2228
1987 CHEVY _20 Van
fully customized with
front & rear air. $3500
OBO. 548-4798; 548-
5763
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
2002 FORD RANGER
king Cab, step side, 6 cd
changer, power windows
and doors, like new.
$12,000 (pay off) 850-
373-7755
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
1985 GMC HIGH Sierra
Pick-up, 4-WD, auto, air,
PS/PB, AM/FM radio.
131,000 miles. $3500.
638-4251
1998 OLDSMOBILE
SILHOUETTE Van dual
air, CD player, leather,
etc. Tan, 77,000 miles.
Must see and drive to ap-
preciate. 638-1138'




HOUSE FOR SALE
Must be moved at buyers
expense. Located at
1009 N. Oklahoma St.
Bonifay (next door to
Family Dentistry)
$15,000 547-4188
HOUSE FOR SALE
Bank foreclosure. 1512
Hwy 90, Chipley, FL.
1717 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms,
1 bath, 3.660 acre with a
1488 sq. ft. commercial
building. Price $149,500
or make offer. Call
(850)402-2475
BRICK, 3 BEDROOM,'2
bath, Hwy 77, 3 miles
South of Chipley, call
Milton for information
850-638-1858




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
3 BEDROOM HOUSE
for rent, no pets, avail-
able January 1. 547-
5330
WEEKLY/MONTHLY
RENTALS New Hope,
reasonable rates, avail-
able immediately.
(850)535-2261
1BR/1BA Heat &AC, W/
D, refrigerator, fenced.
Clean/bright, 1st & last.
$350 deposit, no pets.
$400/mo. (850)415-
7133; (850)535-9445


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3908 (850)418-0031 850-638-8882. Wish in You Peace &'3o

S*Afis Christmas Season


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Many New Listingsl 150 AC Creekfront Hunting Tract Luke2 14
$3,000/AC 30 AC Hunting Tract! $125,000 Block C An AII i
Starter Home $62,900 10 AC Fish Pond & Pasture CANNON EALTY
$112,000 Mobile Home Park 1 AC Wooded High 2229 imBushRl mBunila,
$12,000 2 AC Brick Home Pond w/Dock $99,900 9+ i 151 tQ 1-211m51 1-iFl
Acres, Creek, Old House moved to site incl. $69,900 80 ll,"18
Thinking of selling? List with Confidence! We have MLSI! .ore. Clanom Brokel
aM^^ jj~ii~i |>- ^^^^p.


ROOMS FOR RENT
New Hope, share com-
mon areas & kitchen
$450/mo., $300/dep.
(850)535-2261




1976 DOUBLEWIDE
MOBILEHOME reno-
vated, must sell. $15,000
obo, you move it.
(850)785-4768




VERNON 2BR/1BA
$400/MO & security.
Small fish pond. Call
Sandra Riley (850)258-
3815; 773-1352
WAUSAU 3BR/1.5BA
$400/MO & security. Call
Sandra Riley (850)258-
3815; 773-1352
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
3 BEDROOM MOBILE
home in Bethlehem
Community, on
Bethlehem school bus
route, no pets. 547-3233
2BR/1BA SOUTH OF
Griffin Heavy Equipment
on Hwy 77. 773-9300
3BR/1BA $400/MO We
also have others.
(850)305-6764



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.



LAND FOR SALE 1 mile
North Porter Pond 18.5
acres. 773-9300
FISH/HUNTING CABIN-
as is. Approx. 2 blocks
from Holmes Creek Boat
Landing. $32,900.
(850)258-9929;
(850)236-1772 Owner/
Agent
EXECUTIVE OFFICE
SPACE for rent down-
town Chipley. 638-1918
MP ENTERPRISES
Land Sale & Finance. 5
acres or more for houses
only, wooded & pasture.
3 miles South of Chipley.
Highway 77, Gainer Rd.,
Houston Rd., Duncan
Community Rd., Buddy
Rd. Four (5) acres &
Four (10) acres on
Gainer Rd. Owner fi-
nancing or cash. Low
down payment, low
monthly payments. Call
Milton Peel for informa-
tion 850-638-1858
FOR RENT FREE stand-
ing office/retail space. +-
3000 sq. ft on two acres,
across from DOT, AC,
carpet, new wiring. Last
use as church. Call 850-
579-2821 or 850-209-
3291
BUILDING DOWN-
TOWN FOR rent. Rail-
road Ave., Chipley. 638-
1918
10 ACRES WELL/SEP-
TIC high/dry, Pine/Oak
trees, South of Chipley,
Wild Rose Lane, Re-
duced to $70,000. Cell
850-258-9929; 850-236-
1772 Owner/Agent
LOT FOR SALE for mo-
bile home or home in
Vernon. $12,000.
(850)258-9929;
(850)236-1772 Owner/
Agent
5 ACRES WITH well
ready to build on Corbin
Rd. 638-4659


3 MHs,'4 Ac...$61,900
2 Brick, 6 acs..$2.7 M
3.5 Acs. Commercial
on Hwy. 77..5430,000

311, 1 Acs.....$74,500
513 in Town..5289,000
312, 52 Acs..$475,000

1b., Well, Sep..S28,000
30 Acres...... 220,000
2 Lots ......$50,000 ea
2 Lots ......545,000 ea
1.4 Acres.....5112,000
WATERFRONT
2.76 Acres
waterfront.....S44,500
5 Acs, CAVE.....$1.1 M
C-DWL water-
front Lot........$63,000
PRISCILLA "CISSY" FAISON
BROKER / REALTOR
Cell: 768-0320
JOAN MANUEL REALTOR
Cell: 638-6967








AUCTION OPRY EV-
ERY Friday Night, start-
ing at 5pm. Hwy 79, Esto,
Florida. Classic Gospel,
Country, Bluegrass Mu-
sic before auction. Thea-
tre 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,
guineas. Held at Auction
Drive, Marianna. Phone
(850)535-4006; cell 258-
5209. Jerry Johnson
#AU362




IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
FOR Registered Nurses.
Every other weekend
Baylor RN Supervisor
and 3/11 RN Supervisor.
Apply in person at Wash-
ington Rehabilitation and
Nursing Center 879
Usery Rd., Chipley, FL
32428. (850)638-4654
WANTED MEDICAL
BILLER for Doctors Of-
fice in Holmes County.
Min. 2 years experience
required. References a
must. Call Linda M-F be-
tween 9am-5pm @
(850)535-9761
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 Car-
penters. Please come by
and fill out an application:
Reed Concrete & Con-
struction, Inc. 850-547-
5767 or fax 850-547-
3677
METAL ROOFING
COMPANY in need of
Supervisors, Journey-
men, Foremen. Top pay
depending on experi-
ence. Call 548-9137
WANTED SOMEONE
WITH hay equipment to
work nine acres of Argen-
tine Bahai grass on
halves. Located one mile
north of Chipley. 638-
8823


OE2 MLS

TRI-COUNTY
REALTY
1103 S. Waukesha St.,
Bonifay, FL
(850) 547-4480
MERRY
CHRISTMAS!
From
Robert Smith
& Staff
John Alford,.... 547-2737
James Wilson.773-3655
Mary Coleman 547-3181
Larry Bailey..... 768-0135
Sherry
Fitzpatrick........ 547-4006








HEALTHY FAMILIES
PROGRAM Supervisor
Human Services profes-
sional to be responsible
for management and su-
pervision of Healthy Fa-
milies Services in
Washington and Holmes
Counties. The main of-
fice for this position is lo-
cated in Chipley; re-
quires travel in Jackson,
Holmes & Washington
Counties. Position re-
quires minimum of
Bachelor's degree and 1
year exp working with di-
verse families. Apply at
Habilitative Services at
4440 Putnam St., Mar-
ianna. Application dead-
line is 5:00pm 12/23/05.
Position sponsored by
Habilitative Services of
North Florida, Healthy
Families Florida, and the
Department of Children
and Families. EEO
GULF COAST
ELECTRIC Cooperative
will be accepting applica-
tions for one opening for
the position of Engineer-
ing Technician at Work-
force Center of Florida,
Mariner Plaza, 625
Highway 231, Panama
City, FL. This opening is
in our Southport office.
We would like to hire as
soon as possible. Mini-
mum Job Specifications
for the position are as fol-
lows: Require a college
degree in Electrical En-
gineering. Require the
ability to develop knowl-
edge of company equip-
ment and materials, Ru-
ral Utilities Service speci-
fications, Gulf Coast
Electric Cooperative po-
licies and procedures,
National Electrical Safe-
ty Code Requirements
for the construction and
maintenance of an elec-
trical distribution system.
Require ability to learn
and perform staking
functions with minimum
supervision: Require ex-
cellent interpersonal
skills for providing mem-
ber assistance and se-
cure necessary informa-
tion; flexibility of irregular
hours for assignment
completion. Require the
ability to have and main-
tain a valid Florida driv-
er's license and satisfac-
torily pass Gulf Coast
Electric Cooperative's
employment medical ex-
amination and drug
screen. Equal opportun-
ity employer.


MENTAL HEALTH
TECHNICIAN Vernon,
FL. Position in Vernon,
FL. Children's Day Treat-
ment seeking high school
graduate or equivalent.
Experience in child su-
pervision or related activ-
ities preferred. Comple-
tion of 40 hrs of childcare
training is required within
6 months of hire date.
Provide daily care and
supervision of children in
the day treatment Setting.
Participate in the contin-
gent management of the
child's behavior. Assist in
preparing and conducting
therapeutic activities,
meal preparation, clean-
ing duties and transpor-
tation escort as needed.
Must be able to prepare
require documentation/
reports, follow estab-
lished policies/pro-
cedures and participate
in required meeting,
$14,560 annually with ex-
cellent benefits. Pre-em-
ployment drug and back-
ground screening re-
quired. Apply in writing to:
Life Management Center
Attn: M Binmahfooz 310
E Byrd Ave., Bonifay, FL
32425 Email: mbinmah-
fooz@lifemanagement-
center.org fax (850)547-
9787
2 STAFF OPENINGS
housekeeping & cook
Call 535-4432 for more
information.
FAMILY DENTISTRY OF
Bonifay is accepting ap-
plications for a Part-time
Dental Hygienist. Must be
Florida Board Certified.
Please bring resume by
office located at 110 E.
North Avenue, Bonifay,
FL.
EXPERIENCED
ELECTRICIANS and
electrician helpers need-
ed for project in Panama
City. Pr, --rmpl.:.vmr ni
drug screen required.
Contact Scarborough &
Associates, Inc. Electrical
Engineers & Contractors,
Telephone (334)794-
2781 or fax (334)671-
1710 EOE
EXPERIENCED BOOK-
KEEPER
SOUGHT Must be knowl-
edgeable in general led-
ger, payroll, accounts
payable and receivable,
sales and other general
tax computations. Expe-
rience with Peachtree
preferred. This fulltime
job will include other gen-
eral office duties. Salary
commensurate with ex-
perience. Submit resume
to Washington County
News, PO Box 627, Chi-
pley, FL 32428 or apply
in person at the News of-
fice, downtown Chipley.
NO phone calls, please.
Drug-free workplace.
EOE.
EXPANDING COMPANY
SEEKING applicants to
learn the truss building
trade. Paid on the job
training, bi-weekly bonus-
es. For appointment
please call Arban & Asso-
ciates from 7am-3pm @
850-836-4362
JERKINS INCORPO-
RATED IN Bonifay is
seeking a Delivery Dis-
patcher.for the Redi Mix
Concrete and Building
Material Industry. Please
submit resume via
sales @jerkinsinc.com


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Wednesday, December 21 ,2005, Washington County News/ Holmes County Times-Advertiser 7B


WANTED 1 TO 10 acres
of land close to town.
(850)527-4363
WANTED TO BUY We
need old wood furniture,
metal gliders, chairs,
wood benches, any old
signs, crocks and jugs, all
kinds of depression
glass, old lures and any-
thing unique. Call Red
Holland @ Red's Rusty
Rooster 850-763-1300
WANTED TO RENT
100 -1000 acres pasture
land for cows or any
amount for farm land.
SCall 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



FOUND 1 DOG and 1
large puppy on Long
Round Bay Road near
. Dogwood Lakes area,
call to identify 547-2838


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
BONIFAY GUILD for the
Arts, Inc. is now offering
art classes in Portrait,
Mosaic, Airbrush, Short
Story Writing, Watercol-
or (basic and advance),
Oil Painting (basic and
advance), Drawing (ba-
sic and advance), Figure
drawing, Charcoal, and
Pen and Ink. Classes
start January 9, Monday
of 2006. Register early
to reserve your seat! Call
BGA at
(850) 547-3530.
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,
Chipley (850) 638-0212
SEWING MACHINE &
Vacuum Cleaner Repair,
guaranteed service on all
makes & models. Free
estimates. Western Auto,
21,6,N..Waukesha, Boni-
lay 5-7.3910
C&C CONSTRUCTION
Specializing in Architec-
tural Metal Roofing. In-
stallation and repair on
Commercial or residen-
tial. Free Quotes and 5
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It's that season
again...
Once again, the Wash-
ington County News and
the Holmes County Times-
Advertiser present letters
to Santa Claus from Wash-
ington and Holmes County
second graders. As always,
we run them just as we
receive them. Enjoy, and
watch your pocketbooks...
There is plenty of other
Christmas coverage inside
as well.

Vernon
Annette Nichols' class
Dear Santa,
I want my very own dert
bike a miny, and a makeup
set, some skates and a
hoolahoop, and some film
for my candmra, and a
scooter.
Lauren Wood
Dear Santa,
I want a new bike, and a
cheeta girls outfit. And all
kinds of outfits. And I want
to have ever boy like me.
And I would like you to do
that and bring me 100 pres-
ents !I! I want to be cool
for ever and ever and ever
and mostle for ever! From
Sierra Downs. You cool
Santa. Merry Cristmas.
Sierra Downs
Dear Santa,
I hope that you can bring
me a mockunfrolcar and
a playtachin2 and i hope
that you can bring me a
comeputr and will you
bring me some games with
it and i hope that you can
bring me a gamboy. Good-
bey.

Dear Santa,
I wont a bike and a durt-
bike and a sled A will like
snow and a snowbord in
so shoe. and a big big truk.
Merry Christmas.
Levi Marshall

Dear Santa,
How has it been in the
North Pole. I hope you
come this Christmas. I will
be sleeping. The second
grade is doing a Christmas
play. How is Rudolph do-
ing. Please give me this
items. a dirt bike, a 30 pak
yo,ge,o cards, a t-shirt, last
a minatur fridge.
Colby
Dear Santa,
I love you. Please bring me
the things for Christmas.
I want a powder puff girl
pillow and a oven that re-
ally cooks and tigers that
can go with Sheba ad a lots
of stuff. Santa I love you
happy Christmas. Love.
Jaylie Brock
Dear Santa,
I want presents I wan a
new tea set and a bear that
has a pasefire and that has
a bottle and a blaket and
that talks and the most
thing. of all that I want is
a ball that lights up. My
granny to get better and the
most thing is a vido game


about scoobydoo and the
lockness monster.
Dear Santa,
I want a dert bike for cres-
mis and a romot kentrol
truk and I want to see you
on cresmis niht and your
pepl and your elves all and
I men all.
Ashtain
Jessica Woody
Dear Santa,
I would like to have one of
your Raindeer bells and I
would also like a trampo-
line and a watch and make
up and jewelry, Jesse Mc-
Cartney poster and Jesse
McCartney CD and aaron
Carter stuff and some
boots and clothes and hat
and VCR and DVD player
and some games. Thank
you very much Santa also
eisle to draw on.
Tabitha Bowkard
Dear Santa,
I have been a good girl
this is what I want for
Christmas. A red horse, a 4
wheeler, a dirt bike, a skate
board a shell shucker and
a bratz big baby, and could
you please make it snow at
my house, and a kids motor
cycle and the polar express
and a poly toy.
Hannah Jenkins
Dear Santa,
I just want one theeg for
Cresmas. I want a hound
dog for Cresmas and make
shore it's a pape.
Savannah Oglesby
Dear Santa,
I want a dert bike and a
new new new new skate
bord and smack down vs
rall if you cane. love.
Avery
Dear Santa,
How are you doing at the
North Pole is Rudolph doin
ok I will be sleeping in my
room. Wat are you doing at
the North Pole. is it bor-
ing at the Norh Pole, or
is it fun at the North Pole.
Wht I wont for Christmas
is a dirt bike a pokit nife, a
rel pistle and a neklis and a
skate bort and a pet snake
and to see Dad eafin mor.
Gregory
Dear Santa,
I will be extra good this
year and I really want a
baby puppy and a roler
castee and a baby hors and
two fins and a perecket
and a peret and a bisekle
and a bag of gum, and a
toy stuft toy of you santa
and a bookshelf and a ice
cream that will not melt
and a gold lecket too, and
mom to be happy. I wish
the were happy too, if they
were happy what will I do
if I had dart set. I would
like to be happy too and
my brother and sister
would like to be happy too.
Crystal
Dear Santa,
I want a big box of toys
and a game boy and $9 to
pay for my library book
and I need it by next year


Special tree decorations at VES
Students at Vernon Elementary worked to decorate the tree located in the school
library. Each ornament was earned by reading an AR book and making a 100
on the test. On Dec. 1, students began reading and testing to hang ornaments. By
Dec. 13, students had earned nearly 3,000 ornaments! First through fifth grade
students participated in this creative, motivating tree decorating event.


and my own room and I
whish I had.a easy, maker
and I will put something
for you some cookies and
milk and a home living and
a icy maker and a big, big,
big hug.
Anesha Jackson
Dear Santa,
I want some Mary Kate and
Ashley hi hills. I want a lot
of toys. I want my own Mr.
Snowman icey maker. I
want a pink kitty cat purse.
I want a computer. Happy
Cristmas.
Allanah Pate
Sandi Taylor and Linda
Smothers class
Dear Santa,
I want you to bring me
some toys. I love toys.
Thats whay I can play
withit. Can you make my
Crimase happy and that
will be will sweet for you
to do. That Santa. Love
you please bring me some
toys.
Rickia Davis


sno board and a neepadse
and .a,,dretbike and ples
birng me a xbox and a pok-
eymon game for my game
Q.b. and a play stasheun 2
tony hok. I hope you have
a mare crmis.
Justyn Oge
Dear Santa,
I wish for a electric getar
and a xbox 300 and a cum-
buter and a new pare of
shoes and a colar box and
a marker and a pen box and
a game boy colar.
Chris Meadows
Dear Santa,
I waid like ah strike rev g
and some trensformr and
some hot wheels cars and
a rachet dead locke and a
play stayshon 2 and some
Nerf guns.
Jace
Dear Santa,
I like Christmas because
you get lose of prezas and
lose of close.
Destiny


opegs and I wish i pood get
my dog, a bon and my,2
cats a toy ples Santa. Santa
and I want to git a bike
that's all I want. Thank you
Santa.
Victoria Bean Rowe
Dear Santa,
I wat a champlen with sids
around it. I wat a gokart
with to sets. I want a gokert.
I wat a selfon. I wat a fake
senta. I wat a fak elfe with
bndre. I wat a fortin.
Triston
Dear Santa,
I like Christmas because
you get pize.s on Chirst-
mas time, that is why I
like Chirstmas, and you
can open pizes and you get
toys and I want 20 pizes.
Johnnie Mae
Dear Santa,
I wont a bike with rakefire.
I wnt a scatebod. I wont
a sefon. Iwont a cokot. I
wont drtbikesufe. I wont
a forlo.
Nicholas


a candy cane and some
presins and toys. I will be
watering to wee you wen
Christmas cums.
Brighton

Dear Santa,
I love you Santa. I wnat
sephone and I want a cam-
epueder I want new cosea.
Maile

Dear Santa,
I thank you for doing the
thicks that you do. I can't
wate to see you on Decem.
ber the 25. I am going to tel
you wat I wont. a bike, and
I want a DVD player and I
wanta new vidyanow.
Jelon Leverette

Dear Santa,
I want a skatbord and a
razor streetbike and a we.
blaster and a snakes and a
grass snak and a pupy and
a big dig agrana because it
is cool. I love you Santa.
The end.
Keegan Jackson

Dear Santa,
I wat tow thing pit my
name on thim. A drtbike
and a skatebord. yr frins
Ethan

Dear Santa,
This year I want something
from you and some other
stoff and a pritty bike in
a comepueter. This is the
end.
Jade

Deer Santa,
I DrIs Schim and a trik
and sodn a nowsabd and a
pokmtoy.
Bryson

Dear Santa,
I I wolet coplayer and a
sellphono and a brown
bear, and toy nolt and toy
ovek and a toy glovb and
some closes and a marse
money and a toy medn and
a toy hosse monkey.
Kamoiry

Dear Santa,
Iwont a brat telfon, a belle
dolly and a cindy dolly and
I want a horsy. I wont a
puppy and a cat. I wont a
piglit and a graf.
Megan

Dear Santa,
I want a i pod or a mitle
dog and a nuther dog and a
canpuder and for me to see
my mom and a timeer.
Timothy
Dear Santa,
I just wont you to come
to evrebytes hose to give
them thare press.
Kent

Kimberly Smecler's class
Dear Santa,
I want to say thank, you for
that letter. I all so wnat dog
and a trainer motorcycle
and a spoungbob, Barbie
doll and a Patchritch Bar-
bie.
Breanna Kay Pate


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I hope you will bing me a I em trying to be good I got I hpe you will bring me LETTER3C


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Wednesday, December 21, 2005, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 3C


Ll I l KS
Continued from page 2C
Dear Santa,
Chlistmas is cod wi bot-
itshow up hire. I wot a
gimdoy and a xboos and a
palstatia2 and a pood. I wit
a esprdishn.
Jonshae Works

Dear Santa,
How is Mis Claus? I would
like a dall hose bease I
have a ton of Barbies but
no hose. I bet the wether is
coled it mut be hard getting
redy for Chrimas
Jordan Schroeder

Dear Santa,
I what a bike for Chrismas
and a gocart for Christmas
and I want a puppy for
Christmas and a backpack.
Aaliah Peterson

Dear Santa,
I bene doing fine. Do you
no what I what for Christ-
mas? I what a bike in a
scooder and a doll and a
madegaser game in a play-
stashone2. I hope you got
all of that stuff. and I hope
you come on this holiday.
Zaqnecia Douglas

Dear Santa,
I hope I git a toy car. I'm
good at school. I on my sis-
ter is good too. I wunt an
bowarrow. I love Christ-
mas.
Shanna Surber

Dear Santa,
I wnat a new PSP because
you can watch movies and
play games and I wnat a
new Bike and I want a
new dog and I want a new
dsisp because its fun, and I
wnat a ned bed and I want
a Madagascar the movie,
and I wnt a new cat. How
cold is the North Pole San-
ta ,how is the elv's. What
is their name. I want you tp
see my family for Chris
mas. What do he mean!
Kyle Gross

Dear Santa,
How cold is it in the North
Pole? How are you? How
are the elfs? How is your
reindeer? are you visiting
soon?
Iva Rogers

Dear Santa,
I want a polly pocket and
I want a baby dog and a
present and I want to see
the North Pole. I want
twinty-six puppies and I
want to see your elfs arid I
want to see Mrs. Santa.
Marissa Potter
Dear Santa,
Ih wold like a molk druck
with spiners and moosick
I wold like a moo bike and
.a noo skooter. I wold' like
a lot of toy. I would like a
stereo. I wold like sume
noo gams. I wold like a
forwiller. I wold like a
playstayshuntwo. I wold
like a noo cloas.
Timothy Wayne



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Christmas finds you
surrounded by your
loved ones in the
warmth of home
and hearth.
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Dear Santa,
I want a Barbie car for
Christmas. I also want
a guitar to. I want a new
bike. I want a cd player.
How are you Santa? How
is Rudolph and the other
rainder? How cold is it?
Alyssa Curlee

Dear Santa,
I wish I had a dirt bike and
I want a coat and a x box
S360 or a new playstashin2.
How are the reindeer and
rudolf and our elfs.
Justin Nelson

Dear Santa,
I want a puppy for Christ-
mas, and a skat bord, and
a light up Hummer, and a
game boy advance, and a
x.box with games, and a
big foot monster truck mol-
controll.
Tyler Crossley

Dear Santa,
SI want a puppy for Christ-
mas. I want a dirt bike
for' Christmas. I want a
-fourweller. for Christmas. I
want a horse for Christmas.
I want a game madagascar.
Natalie Ann Sanders

Dear Santa,
I want a puppy for Christ-
mas bcouse it is playfoole.
I want to go to the North
Pole and see all the elfs so
I can- tell all of my friends
and I want a prinses in the
poper doll.
Savannah Gibson

Dear Santa,
Will yo give me another
licoln navigator with spin-
ners and a new dragon ball
2, grandtheft auto and a x
box 360, nfl street 2, king
kong game and a rill deart


bike. and a gameboy.
Jesse Phillips

Dear Santa,
I want to thank you for all
that toys that you are give-
ing me. I wnat a scatebored
shoes, and in CDs I want is
a AC DC and guns and
rose. In movies I want is
Madagascar and action
treger and duckes of the
Hasard 2 Naneia.
Ryan Malloy

Dear Santa,
I wont a shavlae toy with
spider weas. I wont a
nowe haul code if is. I
wont you to have a vere
merry Christmas. I wont
a mateagasgr game for a
box one.
Tyler Hayes

Dear Santa,
Can I have a dirt bike for
Christmas. Can I ahve a
skate board for Christmas.
How is Dasher.
Wayne Wright

Dear Santa,
Dear Santa, I would like
to have a play staioni for
Christmas and I would
like to have the game true
clime street of New York.
Gregory Andrews

Judy Enfinger's Class
Dear Kris Kringle,
I think I have been a good
little girl this year, and I
learned a lot of stuff like
how to writing now. We
are putting on a Christmas
play for you and we are
the elfes. WWe get to pass
out candy canes. What I
want for Christmas is a
really, really lot of books.
We celebrate Christmas
because Jesus was born
on Christmas. I can name
all of your reindeer, Blizen,


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collecting gifts for the girls in residence there. Community
South Credit Union has angels on the tree in its lobby
with the name of a girl and her needs for Christmas.
Please do wrap presents. If someone does not want to
pick an angel but still wants to donate presents, there will
be a gift box next to the tree as you enter the credit union.
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Comet, Cupid, Dancer,
Dashe, Donner, Prancer,
Rudolph, and Vixen. We
made elfes out of plates.
I like Christmas because
you get to open presents
and have a family day with
everyone you never, get to
see that lives far, far away
like my aunt B she always
comes on Christmas and
my uncle Aandy. I know
that the reindeer make fun
of Rudolph but I think he is
the best.
Breanna Walker

Dearest Nick,
How are you and the rein-
deer? I want to wish you a
merry christmas. My mom
told me your phone num-
ber. All I want for Christ-
mas is a brats doll.
Jade Anderson

Dear Santa,
How is it with the reindeer.
How are the elves Are you
doing good? We are having
a Christmas play. It is to-
marrow. At the Elementary
School. In the lunchroom.
At 6:30.
John English

Dear Santa,
I want a bow and arrows
and fyle rasers with a
sports bike with the fyler-
asers.
Dillon Wells
Dear Santa,
How are you and your
Raindeer, and Mrs. Claus.
Have I been a good girl? I
can not wait until Cristmas
can you? Because you will
get to come to my house
and put presents under my
tree, and in the morning I
will look fror proof. And
see all the presents under
the tree just for me and my
faimly.
Jayde Coatney
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4C, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, December 21, 2005


LL I LKS
Continued from page 3C
Dear Santa,
A long flight must make
you hungry because you
travel the world lucky for
you and get milk and cook-
ies.
Orian Wyman

Dear Santa Claus,
I am thankful for you. but
I never get to see you. All
the stuff you gave me II
loved when I woke up I
saw all the stuff I get excit-
ed you're big and chubby
and you get ashes allover
your clothes.
Dillion Bassett
Dear St. Nick,
I want a dirtbike please. I
want a loot of hiper pods. I
want all of the lightsabers.
I want all of the simerire
swords. I want a pack of
acceleracers cards and
cars. And a pack of ya-gi-
oh cards. I want a skate
board and a u ramp for my
skate board.
Heath Webb
Dear Kris Kringle,
I think that I .have been
very good this year. I have
been playing with my
brother. Your reindeer will
be flying away to a bunch
of houses I hope.I see you
soon, Santa!
Aislyn Justice
Dear Santa,
What I really want for
christmas is a bratz doll,
but what I really want is a
stereo.
Sarah Webb

Dear santa,
I want a dirtbike and a
gocart I want my dad to
be strong. I want a silver
tooth. I want a skateboard
and I want a starryose.

Dakota Boyett
Dear Santa,
reindeer doing? How are
,your; elves doing fine? Is
Mis. -Santa doing and is
it ok'there in t North Pole
and is arnwar doing good.

Sophia Jackson
Dear St. Nick,
Have a wonderful christ-
mas. We will. Christmas is
not all about presents. It's
about celebrating the Birth'
of Jesus. I hope we have
a Merry Christmas I hope
yo bring Blitzen, Comet,
Cupid, Dancer, Dasher,


Donner, and Vixen Pracer,
Roodoff and come to the
play and bring some elves.
Seth Batton

Dear Santa,
How are you? I am good. I
will like if you can give me
a good toy like a PS2 and
some games too. And I will
give cookies. And games
for my game cupe.
Taylor Stoltz

Dear Santa
How are you doing and
what. are you doing for
christmas? How are the
reindeer. "Oh" Is rudolph
okay? I think you know
what I want for Christmas
but I will tell you agin if
you forget and I think you
know but I want a Jeep.
Lisa Waldron

Julie McWater's class
Dear Santa,
How are you? I hope you
are not sick like that movie
I watched last night. Is
Rudolph all right for the
the trip? For Christmas, I
would like a four wheeler,
a dirt bike, and a trick
bike.
Steven Hutchinson
Dear Santa,
How are your reindeer?
I like Santa because he
give me gife for Christ-
mas. I will like a bike and
a BratZDolls, and a four-
wheeler and my favorite
tage is Santa! Because
Santa is a good tage so? I
have bin good! The tage is
that is like Santa?

Jalisa Bellamy
Dear Santa,
I hope you're doing fine.
Have you been busy this
year? For Christmas, I
would like twin baby dolls,
a ice skates, and a visit to
my Dad and grandparent's
house imn Baker, Florida.

Makajean McCurley
Dear Santa,
How' are your reindeer?
How are your elfs? Are
you doing good? For
Christmas I wold like, new
does. And new shoes, and
a lot of stuf, And have a
mary Christmas.

Jayden Holley Bennett
Dear Santa,
How are you? Is your rein-
deerses ready for the trip?
For Christmas, I would
like a x box 360, Game


boy, and a 1014, I have
been good this year. Merry
Christmas
Joseph Brock
Dear Santa,
How are your reindeer?
Tell Rudolph and the rest
of them I said "hey." I
would like a dirt bike, a
bike a four-wheeler. I
have been pretty good.
everybody have a Merry
Christmas. "Santa" don't
forget to admire our tree. I
will get cookies and milk.

Victoria Church
Dear Santa,
How are you doing this
year. The elfs must be
working hard this year to,
and the reindeer are getting
ready for the big day. My
friend Jalyei is getting ready
and she is almost done with
her houws becrashins. I
love you Santa.

Amber Gray
Dear Santa,
How are your reindeer? Is
Rudolph ready for the trip?
So I want a dirt bike for
Christmas, and I want the
Madagascar game. I hvae
een very good this year.

Taylor Hammack
Dear Santa,
I want for Cristmas is a
game call Hallo2 it is on
x box. I want a dirbike and
a four weeler that I want
for Crismas is abunsh of
papaper.

Jalyn Steele
Dear Santa,
How, are you doing? How
are your elfs doing. The
hole second grade is doing
a play. I'm going to make
you some cookies and milk.
For Chrismas I would oike
a bike, hamster and a par of
roller skates. Santa if you
can can you check on my
cousin Corey that would
be a big present.

Ashley Gerard
Dear Santa,
How are your reindeer? Is
Rudolph read for the trip?
For Christmas I would
like all of your showe to
play with and a ice scatine
pond and a modrsicw and
a big Brats baby doll and a
pinculeje and a xbox three
sexty and a new exetre k
scoter and all of your elws
and all of your deer.
Alyssa Padgett
Dear Santa,


Does Mrs. Claus cook?
Do you have things to do?
What about the elf are they
working for Christmas. I
would like grand teth auto
III and War of the Montor
and tony hak's a man kin
wast land and tony hak's
undergrad.
Kolby Bear
Dear Santa,
How are your reindeer?
Is Rudolph good? For
Christmas, I would like a
blue gameboy and a com-
puter. I hope everyone has
been good this year. I love
you very much.
Shelby Young
Dear Santa,
I have been very good boy
this year Santa this year.
How is Rodof the rednose
reindeet, thing I want for
Chrisnmas, A four wheeler
four A shot gun myn got a
hole in it now I cant cale a
squrle.
Tanner Gillespie
Dear Santa,
How are your reindeer? Is
Mrs. Claus ready? I would
like a dirt bike, skatbard,
and a bike,. I have been
cinda good this year.
Chandler Price
Dear Santa,
How is Mrs. Claus? For
Christmas, I would like
a micky mouse doll, a
basketball, books, shell
necklaces, a new swing set.
I hope you like our coock-
eys. I have been kind of
good.
Caitlin Hogue
Dear Santa,
How are your reindeer? Is
Rudolph ready for the trip?
For Christmas a would like
a vidogame that you plug
in the tv, a electric scoter,
Gameboy, and fake finger
nails. And ou ya I would
like Madgas. i have been
very good this year.
Kristin Lucas
Dear Santa,
How is the Noth pole? Tell
me if it is good? I wold like
a dirt bike, toy gun and
Box and arow and'a game
box. so I been good this
year. I bet you wold like
my Caresms tree. does
Mrs. Claus cook.
Jesse Redd.
Dear Santa,
How is Rudplph? For
Christmas, I wold like a
xbox 360, Psito, PSP, and
a Samc.
Michael Lowz

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LI ILKS
Continued from page 4C
Dear Santa,
How are you doing? How
is Mrs Clause doing? Can
you please give me my old
glue? My house? It's doing
as good as ever. Is Rudoff
sick. He is good. Great.
Wonderful. I really want
Marig Party please, thank
you.
Tilly Bradley
Dear Santa,
How is the North pole?
Chrsmas is coming I wod
be havening a play on de-
sember 13 for Chrismas. I
would like a fan, tv cable, a
four wheeler a puppy some
markers and glue and scic-
crs I have been very good
this year.

Cameron Goff
Dear Santa,
How are your reindeer? Is
Rudolph ready for the trip?
For Christmas, I would
like a motrcicle, Game boy,
roller skats that's all I want
for cristmas. I will make
you milk and cookies and
if you wood check on my
uncle Duckas he lives in
Tallahase. Happy Cristmas
Santa Claus.
Lilkieah Massaline

Dear Santa,
Can I have a lab top com-
puter? Or a disco ball and
as all your reindeer, a
phone, a play station, all
your snow, fozen pond in
my front yard, a dirt bike,
four-wheeler, to lose a
tooth, a gatar, a drum, a
band, a real car, all your
elves, achud house, a
tute box that is as big as
a specher, and my mama
and daddy will not know,
to pray for my family, and
Christmas is coming soon,
and have some of my cous-
ins, to have a lot of-people
at Ridge's birthday party.
McKenzie Faison


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Cody Taylor
Clerk of the Court
Debbie Morris
Supervisor of Elections
Harry Bell
Tax Collector.
Otis Corbin
\ Property Appraiser ,


Bethlehem

Mrs. Owen's class
Ashley
I thank you for the presents
last year. How is the north
pole? Is it doing good? I
am doing good. Are you?
How is your doing? Mine
is doing great. I want some
clothes some toys, a new
book bag and a xBox. I
hope you have a nice
Christmas.
Dylan
Dear Santa,-I can't wait
until you come this year
I have been very good.
Thank you for the presents
you brought me last year.
This year I would like a
jacket, shoes a tool belt a
lock and pencils with eras-
ers. Do your reindeer like
grass or glitter to eat.

Jake
How are you doing this
year? How is Rudolph do-
ing? How is Mrs. Clause
Santa could you brang me
a shell shock and a puppy?
I will leave some cookies
and milk and some carrots
for the reindeer.

Jonah
How are you? Are things
going well. Is Rudolph
good? I just want to say
thank you for the presents
last year and the year be-
fore. This year if you could
get them. I want a dirt bike
and some games. I'll leave
you cookies and milk un-
der the tree.

Nick Dawson
Dear santa, How is Mrs.
Clause. Is she doing good?
I hope I have been good.
Anyways thank you for the
things you gave me last
year. This year I want a
go-cart, some cars, clothes,
a bike and an alarm clock.
I know you have a lot of
hard work to do, be careful
on your ride.
1ason
Dear Santa, Thank you for
the xbox last year and the


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games last year to. This
year I want the pirates of
the carribean and the Ma-
trix game and I hope you
have a good trip on Christ-
mas Eve. I hope Rudolph
has a good trip too.
Alex
Thanbk you for the girfts,
you brought last year. This
year would you please
bring a remote control air
plane, some playstaton
games and anything that
is star wars. Thank you
and hope you have a good
Christmas.
Kelsey
Dear Santa, I wish you
would bring me a shiny
purse and my scene goes
Hollywood and Bratz Rock
Angelz. I have been a very
good girl this year. I will
leave you milk and cook-
ies under the tree.
Lauren
Dear Santa, How are your
elfs, reindeer and Mrs.
Clause? Thank you for the
presents from last year. I
hope you will bring me
a groom-and-glam Pega-
sus head, Kelly Pegusus
princess and a My scene
Secret Locker. I'll leave
you cookies and milk and a
apple for Rudolph. I hope
you will have a nice trip I
think that will make you
trip better.

Chloie
Dear Santa, how are you
doing? Have a lot of peo-
ple been good? Will I get
a toy this year? I've been
good all year long. Did you
know I make a lot of A's
and B's. I will make you
some milk and cookies.
You will like them I know
you will. Do You like Beth-
lehem? You'll like it. It is
big but you will get used to
it. It is just so huge.
Remington
Dear Santa,
Thank you for the toys
you brought me last year
I want a PS@ a gamecube
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As as rejoice in the miracle of
Christmas, let us give thanks for the
message of love, faith and hope
that was discovered in a manger
so long ago. My a feeling of peace
stay with you throughout the year
and may you and yours revel In a
joyous holiday season.
Merry Christmas
From Pastor Dallas Pettis
& The Congregation Of
FIRST ASSEMBLY
OF GOD
567 N. Main Street
Chipley, Florida
638-1791


wheeler, 3030, a xbox and
a xbox360. I have been
very good this year I will
leave milk and cookies for
you under the tree.
Gene
Dear Santa, Thank you
for the presents last year. I
would like some shoes and
some games and a radio. I
have been a very good boy
this year. I will leave you
milk and cookies under my
tree
Taylor
Dear Santa, I love you very
much and I loved what you
gave me last year. I hope
you have a meary Christ-
mas! I love you. What I
want for Christmas is a
polly pocket quick click
house of style or snow cool
hotel playset. And a little
mommy check-up time
playset. My little pony
good morning sunshine.
Polly falss, pollywood
limo, Kelly doll, Imagi-
narium and Glitter dream
dollhouse.
Amber
Dear Santa, How is Mrs.
Clause? Thank you very
much for the presents last
year. I loved them very
much. I loved them verly
much. This year I hope
you bring me a Lisa Frank
set. A new Bike with train-
ing wheels, and a art set
with colored pencils and
a princess teapot with toys
in it. I will leave you some
cookies and milk and an
apple for Rudolph if he
rides with you tonight.


Peyton Mathews
Dear Santa, Thank you
for my presents last year.
This year I want a bow
and some arrows, shrek 1
and shrek 2 for game boy.
I want a dvd player with
some movies and sponge-
bob three season.
Macy Thomas
Dear Santa, I would.liketo
thank you for the gifts you
gave me last year. I hope


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that you have a Merry,
Merry Christmas. This
year I would like to have
a doodle bear, movies,
clothes and toys.
Jessie Blevins
Dear Santa, Thanks for last
year's gifts. I have been
very good this year so I
might as well tell you what
I want for Christmas. I
want a fourwheeler please.
And a cellphone, and the
last thing I want for Christ-
mas is a guitar well that
will be all god bye.
Mrs. Smith
Harlie Peterson
Dear Santa, Thanks for the
gifts from last year. I've
been good this year. This is
what I want for Christmas;
a pair of boots, a Barbie
doll, a new pair of shoes.
I really want is to find my
glass ballerina ornament.
Thanks if you can help
find it. I will leave you
some milk and candy..Just
kidding! I'll leave cookies
too. Tell your reindeer I
will leave some feed too.


Thanks
Jacob Watson
Dear Santa, I have been
good this year. I have been
sharing with my brothers. I
want a watch, a bike with a
helmet and a motorcycle.

Jesse Westbrook
Dear Santa, Thank you for
last year's presents. I have
been helping my mom in
our house and my dad with
his and helping my broth-
ers homework. Here is my
list, I want monkey trapani
and jet ski.

Johnathan Kirkland
Dear Santa, I have been
very good this year by
helping the neighbors
level corn. I want a toy re-
mote control grave digger
monster truck. Thanks for
last year's presents, have
a wonderful flight. I will
leave food for your rein-
deer and cookies and milk.
P.S. I also want an xbox
with dangerous hunter.

See LETTERS, page 6C


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WISDOM
Wishing You
A Gifted Season
Wishing you all the
blessings of this holy
season. Your friendship
has been the greatest
gift of all. Thanks for
all your support!
From:
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6C, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, December 21, 2005


LLI IKS
Continued from page 5B
Tanis Meadows
Dear Santa, I was good last
year because I wanted you
to come by on Christmas
day I want an xbox, and a
new bicycle to. I even want
a stereo with three speak-
ers and a new four wheeler.
Daketa Potter
Dear Santa, I have been
good this year by helping
my mom rearrange her
room. Well this is what I
want for Christmas; a paint
ball gun with paint balls
a set of walkie talkies a
boomarang and a pet snake
too.
Cassidy Trammel
Dear Santa, Thanks for the
presents last year. Here's
what I want for Christmas
this year. A real puppy, a
game boy, a laptop a Bar-
bie house, some paint, a
Barbie doll and a game
for the laptop. I have been
good this year. I have been
good this year by helping
out with the dishes. I will
leave food for you.
Jacob Miller
Dear Santa, I wish I could
get football pads a football
helmet and a FSU jersey.
Next I wish I had my own
computer and football
game. Thanks for my gifts
last Christmas.

Ethan Spears
Dear Santa, I have been
good this year. I hope to
get to see you this year.
First, I want a pink hat,
next I want a pack of yu-


Carmel Assembly of God made it clear why it was celebrating Christmas.
Carmel Assembly of God made it clear why it was celebrating Christmas.


gi-oh cards. Then I want a
pack of football cards. Last
I want a pack of socks. I
will leave you some food
for you and your reindeer.
Jon Randolph
I have been helping, mom
help her do chores every-
day. I have been good this
year. This is what I want
this year. I want 8 things. I
want a game boy advanced
sp and xbox, a four wheel-
er, a game cube, a dirt bike,
a go-cart, a paint ball gun
and a computer. Thanks for
everything.

Jacob Sellers
Dear Santa, I hope your
elfs have fun. I know mak-
ing toys is hard. It doesn't
matter what you bring me.
I'll leave you cookies, milk


and some cake. Here is 5
things I want for Christ-
mas, game boy, x box,
monkey trap, fantastic, sky
high. I love you santa.

Joshua Trammell
Dear Santa, I have been
good this year. I have been
helping clean the room.
This is what I want, a go-
cart, a video game, a dvd,
a remote, control car and
a cell phone. I will leave
some cookies and milk for
you and your elves. Oh ya
I will leave some oat meal
for your reindeer.
Carlie Walker
Dear Santa, I loved all
of your presents last year.
They were great, I played
with them a lot. I have been
good this year. I help clean


the dishes last night. I wish
for a bike, a fish a bratz
jewelry box. I will leave
you cookies and milk.

Shelby Gunther
Dear Santa, What I want
for Christmas is a 4 wheel-
er, amy sizy Barbie swan
lake doll, a birt bike, a blue
go cart, some ninja turtle
pjs, some dress up clothes
and shoes and computer.
P.S. I will leave some milk
and cookies and some car-
rots for you and the deer.

Karlee French
Dear Santa, I was good last
year but this year I'm better.
Thanks for all the presents
last year. This year I want a
game boy, baby doll, turtle
and a motorcycle.


"V May health and
happiness be yours
during this
wonderful season.

DOCTORS
MEMORIAL HOSPIfAL
401 East Byrd Avenue
Bonifay, FL
547-1120


The Bonifay Christmas Celebration started with a The Miss Bonifay Pageant Committee float won first
bang thanks to Bonifay Fire and Rescue. place in the Chipley Christmas parade.


MERRY CHRISTMAS!

Christmas
Greetings ,nd
Best Wishes
For Thie
Happiest
Of Holidays!
From
Don Walters, Chairman, Richard Gilbert, Ken Adkison,
David Solger and John Gilbert
ORANGE HILL SOIL & WATER
CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Chipley, Florida


S& season's 9BestQ-
We wish you and your loved ones a bounty of
glad things thid holiday season.
from The City of Chipley
City Council and City Employees

City of Chipley
1442 Jackson Avenue 638-6350
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NEW YEAR
FROM GENE,
TRUDEE AND
S0ADRIAN
We're proud to have served great folks
like you, and wish you all a very
merry holiday season.
We appreciate and thankyouforyour
kind and loyal patronage.







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We Wish You And Yours
A JoyfulHoliday Season
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Washington Square Plaza
Chipley, Florida
638-2520


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A Child Is Born *
"And she brought forth her
firstborn son, and wrapped
him in swaddling clothes,
and laid him in a manger.
-Luke 2:7
May you keep the spirit of
Christmas in your heart
all year round.

Panhandle
Family
Medicine P.A.
S877 3rd Street, Suite 4
Chipley, FL
638-4555


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you for a jolly good
year. May you and
your family receive
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happiness and cheer.




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Wednesday, December 21, 2005, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 7C


Ponce de Leon
Carey Lee
A cadigpakted kibe. Paint.
Peak paint roler skats. A
doler or tow. My For weel-
er to be fixt. My lunyer
dragster stufe. Anu x box
thing. A chuau dog.

Jon-Jon T.
Starwars lego III gegame-
for ps 2, fantastic four tgo
me and movie, Arm gair
plane toy, dragon balls
tenchie the game, call for
duty and 2 the game for
PS2, the Madgascar game,
the inkredibles game

Craig
Karate kit ring necklace
watch realgular
Dakota Kesinger
A play stashon. And a x
boxes and some new yu-gi-
oh cards.

Dalton F.
A moknchole air-plan-red
wit candice. And a Juu-
nuntihre. 8 Drite and Ikes.
Amrostr truk gray degre 8
A dlonies. White grakin.


Maycee Holmes
A boy baby doll a cribe and
stoller. Bootyel breae A
foorlety A new bike some
ootns some iksers from my
baby dolls and pupy supise
a cabevs dake kind baby.

Jordan Lee
Lots and lots of gifft.

Timmy Gallegos
Traperlean, turtle, bird, ra-
coon, rabit

Zachary Frost
A gameboy PS and Timeles
Adventure Mario & Luigi
partners back in time and
casltvania, Robo Rapter
and Sapeanan veituful Joe
Red Hot Rumble, Pokemon
blue version and Zatch Bell
on gamecub and cards.

Madison McLean
100 dollars.

Brittany Smith
A cut stuft animal. And a
nouther cabeg pach baby.
And a my little pony. A
care bear, rared wish bear.
And Love a lot bear.


Caleb Michael Short
Black halk down, star wars
episode I game bass ckball
Hpop, Star Wars episode
II game Star Wars Lego
episode III game, new car,
toy Rudolph, fantastic four
Armymen Army plane new
An mygame, madgascar,
Army truck toy Santa, Air-
plane, new lunch box, mr
fantastic Army car.

Preston
A presit

Taylor Jensen
Headbands, glassdolls,
coat, dolls, basketball,
baseball bat baseball.
Austin Butts
30-30 shels 4-wiler moon
shoos fli wees

Chelsea Marie Watson
Dodle Ber and a 4 woler
and a Dodle Most for
Jonathon and I white a
Dodle Ber for Sydeny and
I white a diming wring and
10000$ for my grandma
and 10000$ for my papa
and a now chain sal for my
dad.


Tucker Arban
A mitcher dert bick and a
Guon Kag and a mitcher
boo wandari arow pitcher
gater

Mandy Cooper
A bike that look like a
modrsicool and a tors are
us saying a roct 9 tlde and
chair.

Justin Barnhouse
A Army lego and longneck
and small star wars and
star wars batl front 2.

Tyler
Zero gravity humvee and
other toys.

Jesse Armstrong
A gater or a lab top maybe
a toy firefiters or a poles
men oh on telovison thay
had some ting called O
greavd a gater is like a for-
willer but not.

Hunter
I bot a XooB 360, I yot a
Moc for hmd I yot a gor.
I yot a yo-gi-ow I yot a
KOOB rasesom


Alex G.
Babbydolls, shoses, hairkit,
a neckles, some brasletes.

Derek Floyd
I wot a baseball. A little car.
A rop atv.

Kasandra
A dodl bear, braz big baby,
my ears pest ring with a
hart that hase pink ston,
cell phon, your phon num-
ber, one of your reandeer, I
want to go to your house.

Riley Peacock
A pro miniature drumset,
Hot wheels the movie, a
new PS2 controller, art set,
Hot wheels valcano set,
and a car set.

Tristan Matthew
Coleman
I want all star wars ceretrs
and a AtRt in a toy gun and
a AR my uniform and a four
weler and a three weler.

Lacy Stafford
All kinds of things and
winter clothes and lots
of toys and stuff in my


stocking and all kinds -of
surprises.
Jesse Slay
Madagskare game and
movie and new shoes some
fishs new cloth.
Dustin
I wot a cobra and a bedfoot
totes
Lynzee
A Raul Fose CD and game
boy and Bratz head and
doll.
Austin W.
A bib and sum yuooh cars
and sum x box gams
Austin G.
Bike and a 410 and nike
and CD sc. D player

Joseph
A TV and a VCR and a
yu-gi-ow cerd buc and yu-
gi-ow cerds and sum letl
skate boos

Jon-Marcel
A hroos that looks lake tron
yu-ke-o cois nicktones
yoonat the game rad fakshl
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8C, Washington County News/Homles County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, December 21, 2006


Councilman Roger Brooks opens the Bonifay Christ-
mas Celebration with the help of the Bonifay and
Holmes County queens.


LtI IiKS
Continued from page 7C
Matthew W.
A dirt bike and a four
wheeler a basket ball.
Wayne
A ril 4 winr and Aril laptop
and a ril toon toowirifyl
a noa moc nckol jatckup
truck.
Dale F.
Some toy dinosaurs and a
skate bord please
Chelile
Brat dolls ken dolls water
baby water colors docter
baby bike socks' cloeths
shoes
Tiffany Jones
Sum presents that you like


that are not to dandris.
Aaron Bass
I hope I can have a comep-
rooter for Christmas. And I
want a powranger.
Matthew N.
A X Box and a bike. A bow
and a toy car a canmoflaj
jackit.

Gavin
A pack uv baseball cors? A
scat bord to

Ethan Schofield
410 gun blele bike x box
with a fue games.

Ashley
Bratzs Head batman Jeep
Santa Claus I was waiting a
cadela in my stoking.


Angel Tree
The Angel Tree was officially dedicated recently at
the home of its sponsor, Northwest Florida Community
Hospital. The large stars on the tree each have the name
of a child and their requests for presents for Christmas.
Patrons select a star and bring as many of the requests
as they can to the tree. The toys are then distributed to
needy children throughout the area.

Mail to Guard members at Christmas
Because of security concerns the Florida National
Guard is again asking citizens across the state who want
to send gifts to deployed Guardsmen not to leave pack-
ages at National Guard armories.
Also, instead of sending gifts people can make dona-
tions to any number of organizations that support the
military.
The Department of Defense is also asking the general
public not to send unsolicited mail or packages to service
members overseas. During the holiday season the mail
system becomes backed up; anyone who has a loved one
overseas and wants to send them a package should mail
it as soon as possible to ensure arrival before Dec. 25.
Consult the U.S. Postal Service for preferred delivery
dates to specific areas.
Floridians who do not have a loved one overseas can
still show their support during the holidays by making
donations to either the Florida National Guard Founda-
tion http://www.floridaguardfoundation.org or the Flor-
ida National Guard Relief Fund. Both are not-for-profit
organizations which support the Florida National Guard.
The Department of Defense has listed other acceptable
donation alternatives at http://www.americasupportsyou
.mil.
For additional information on Florida National Guard
Relief Fund, contact the Family Readiness Office at 1-
800-226-0360.
Another simple, no-cost method of showing support
is to provide a message of support on the following web
site: www.floridaguard.net/news. Press the "Dear Florida
Hero" button and send a message.


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Holiday Fill Your

Home and Heart,
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Chipley, Florida

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Wishing You


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Here's wishing you a safe,
happy, healthy holiday season!
Merry Christmas
From all the Staff members
and their families at
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1357 Brickyard Rd Chipley
638-0424
507 W. Hwy 90 Bonifay
547-1887
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As we put the finishing
touches on another
Christmas season, we d like
to thank you for
your loyal patronage.
Merry Christmas From All
The Staff at


DAYMAKERS
HAIR SALON
850-638-2803
"Co*. e, MLk4H vyu ay*,"


May your faith be
renewed and your
spirit uplifted
during this holiest
of seasons.
From Dennis, Leesa,
Blossom, Zachary,
Savannah, Dillon & Austin
Holmes County
Sheriff
Dennis Lee


the Shining Spinit
op ChRiscmas










Let us not forget the
true meaning of
Christmas time:
the birth of our Savior
and His message of
eternal life.
We hope you enjoy a
happy and holy holiday.
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Church
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Wednesday, December 21, 2005, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 1D


Bonifay
Elementary
Zakiyyah King
This year, I hav been
naughty some days. But
I will do better. And Sant
Clause do you have the
reindeer set for Chritmas?
Because I am ready for
chritmas. But I am worry
about Mrs. Clause how is
she doing today? Because
I miss Mrs. Clause. I love
you Santa all in my heart
Sant and Mrs. Clause. I
want a cheeatah mom and I
want a cheeatah bed.
Bekah Dixon
Thank you for my carry
o key. I want a Doodle
Boar, skate board, pixter
and that's all. See you next
year. Oh one more thing.
How is Rudolph? Merry
Christmas!
Joshua Storey
How is Mris. Claus. How
are you Santa, How are the
reindeer. How is Rudolph.
I want a skatburd and a
durt biak and a bb gun.
Thank you.
Nathan Jackson
Are you ready for Christ-
mas I been very good this
year I want this for Christ-
mas Chiken little the vidio
game, Scooby doo the
unmasked the vidio game,
Spongebob Squarepants
lights camra pants, Chikin
limbo, and talking yoda.
Nathan Bates
Are you rety for crismis
thes year. Is your reindears
redy for cristmas. I want
for crisis some timstab-
blels, a cod sister, a new
basket ball, a 'skatbord, a
new game so of them and I
ben fevry god this year and
a new sister, a bebbgun, a
hole box of poket rifes a
20 petels a bear for dener a
new pet snake thak you for
cristmas and a pet tertle.
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How is Mrs. Claus doing
and Rdolph Santa
Seth Bryant
How ar you Santa you is
Mrs. Claus wele I want a
xbox for Christmas and I
want little men a controller
for a xbox I want five
games thar Street football
2 ant NCA football 2006
stows batterfront 2 2005
football and 2004 football
and a pocktnife and a fot-
ball to.
Lesa
I would really like a hours
and a puppy. Thay are so
cute I hope you h ave a
Marry Chistmas Mr. and
Mrs. Claus.
Kenny Roberts
Are you gown to bring Ru-
dolph. How is Mrs. Claus
doing is she doing all right.
I wat a bbgun. I all so want
a pokitnif and I want a new
forwilr. I want a new drbik.
I want a vary vary vary
new gotcart.
Kati Carnley
How is Mrs. Claus it is fun
to have you around I love
you went for Christmas.
Lucas Grinde
How are you and Rudolph.
Thank you for the toy truk
Iv ben gode.
Nick Mahan
I want a brbidk, a pool
tabl, a spratrlyl, are plane
a hellucoptr, a moles kers,
closs a hatz pen and a dul
disc, a dek of 4 u gi o cards,
sack bud. And ralr sacks,
and 50 $ and a GI Go set,
a pool, books led pensuls
a mekle and a reglarhat
ses bab and a u ed ded r.
a uojeyau and a perter reg,
how are you're reindeer and
mes claus and rudolph and
marry christmas. Oh and
one more tag a lunu and
peers and a selofon
Sarah Curlee
How are you doing and


how is your wife doing?
Well tell me how your rein-
deer are doing? I want a
doodlebear and a baby brat
doll that come with a horse
and a big brat that comes
with a horse and clothes
and shoes.
Kiannah Mosser
How is Rudolph and Mrs
Claus. I would like a
Danny Phatom play station
game and a friend for my
baby bear. And a game boy
game for my game boy it is
a Danny Phatomr game to.
And a yoyo. And bring the
twins so thing like 'a movie
thank you for everything
merry christmas
Katelyn Holley
I Bin very Good This. Year
I want fearbee. I even want
a cellphone. Where I can
call you. I want a necles
and erengs. For my momy
and for my Daddy I want
a pocit knif and a toy pupy.
And my little poney. And
a little bear that you feed
with a bodle.. Marry chi-
mus.
Carlee Jordan
How is Mrs. Claus doing is
she doing ok is she. I have
ben ok I geust, so can I get
pone and can you get a
cage to go weth it and can
you get a jumpalen. And a
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Lisa Keen
I have been very good
this year. Is Mrs. Claus all
reght? Are your reindeer
rede? I want fake horses.
Farbe and skeap my play-
fel puppy and a tardel and
a dog that have to put on
the self. A ball and slim.
And a trapling. And a egale.
Marry Christmas
Thomas Parish
Hay what up brother! I
would like a cell phone I
have always wanted one.
I would like a Dirts Bentle
cd. These are some of the
things that I would like for
Christmas.
Forrest Earl Somerset
I have been good this year.
I would like a Gutar. Be-
couse I love to play it. I
would like a board games
to play with my family. I
hope you won't forgit my
brother and sister. I will
leave some cookies and
milk for you. Tell Mrs.
Claus I said Merry Christ-
mas.
Veronica Torres
I have been good this all
year. I would like to have a
new tv. I have worn my old
tv out also I would like a
new backpack.
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Continued from page ID
Jessica Lee
I have been good all year. I
would like a elf I would like
a bike and don't forgt my
sister and cosin.
JR Smith
I have been good all year.
I have a plays stashin 2 I
will be good so I cood gat
ap resents this are the two
thin I like for Christmas
Jeremy Worthing
I have been good this year.
I would some yo-Gioh
cards I would like a knew
bike and I hope you won't
for get my brother and I
will leave some cookies
and milk for you tell Mrs.
Claus I said Merry Christ-
mas.
Antony Music
I have been good all year.
I would like to have a new
green bike with red and
orange flames. I my bike
mest up. Also I would like
to have moltcontrole car. I
would want a moltcontrole
helicopter. Do not forget
my brothers and sister.

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,1, 1220 Chqich Avenue
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Let each of us remember
His message of peace,
love and goodwill to all
this Christmas season.
From Frances,
Holli & April


cook Insurance Agency
Harrell Square
Sichipley, FL
..-638-3900


Demetrious Troublefield
I will like a selphon and
a toy foweler and a x box
and a psp and will you I
give yo some milk and a
cilcipe cucp.
Joshua Dicken
I have been so good all
the tmie I would like to
have a new red bike. Also
I would like to have some
board games to play with
my family. I hope you
won't forget my brother
and sister I will leave
some cookies and milk
for you. Till Mrs. Claus
I said Merry Christmas.
P.S. I hop you have a good
Christmas.
Matthew Grimes
I have been good all year.
I will like to have a psp. I
like to play with my broth-
ers. Also Iwant a kite. Tell
Mrs. Claus I said hello
Mrs. Claus! Also I will like
a trane set. Last I will like a
yoyo. Merry Chritmas!
Halley Burnham
I have been good all year
long. I would like to have
a clip board somebody
stul mine a long time ago
I would like some barbes I
will like to have some Mit-
tens I love you Santa Claus
and tell your wife I said
hi. Merry Christmas I love
you Santa Claus.
Jasmine Polston
I have been good all year.
I would like a flip phone
becous mine is brock and
I would lik a 4 weler fore
Christmas and a star yo-yo
and a souwon so beaueful
like a bike and a Angle for
me and a pupy from krikit.
Sarah Anderson
I have been good all year.
I would like to have a cd
player. I would ike to have
a Karryoke. Don't foret my
sisters or brothers.
Paige Riley
I wish I could have a x box
and a younsikeal and a dog
be couse I have been good
.qh't..' get mN cos. -
and my brother I have ben
good all year and I will


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Scott d Gary

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peace and spiritual
contentment all
through the
season and beyond.

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CHRISTMAS
TO ALL.
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milk
Harley Whitman
I have been good all year
I would like you to be my
friend and Also tell Mrs.
Clous hollo for me and get
something for my sister to.
Bethany
I want a bella pop star, and
a bratz doll, and a Ken, and
barbery's shuw's that are
butearfull, and liteup.

Brandon Mccthen
I wut a tv and bike four
weel and a xbox with lost
games and toys.
Riel Boyce
I have been a good boy this
year. I helped sister Nicle
pack boxes for poor people
in Kentucky. Here's what
I want: A shell shocker, a
new pair of pants, a tortis,
a tortis caje, a tortis bag of
food, a tortis water dish, a
bag of sant for the tortis,
a lite for the tortis. And
thank you!
Savannah
I want a skirt'anda'shirt and
a dress. Madeo.f lepored


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CHRISTMAS
On this joyous occasion, we'd like to
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From Everyone At
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year, we celebrate all
life's blessings and
special joys with
family and friends.
May you find inner
peace and spiritual
contentment all through
the season and beyond.
Merry Christmas To All

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skin. I want a slushy maker
I want a chramoalene. I
want a big swimming pool
that is blue.
Kaylan
Rose are red vilets are blue
sugur is swet and sow are
you santa. I want the pole
espres Marry Crismis.
Haley
What I whant is a camera
and soom filme and Bratz
game thank you Santa.
Destiny
I want a Bras doll and
madgagsar move too, and
a new bad she's.
Tanya Jackson
I want a Bratz Rock Angle
game and lizzy Mcguyer
game to and that so Raven
game.
Robert
I want a Magic set and a
Dinosor vedo game and a
ingedobl vedo game.
Mikayla Lawlor
I was wondering if you
were real? And this is what
I want a bike and thel ittlest
pet shop'anid a pinb;.'Thank
you.


list? If you find my name
on the list pleas give me
some yu-gi-oh cards and
a one peac video game
and the knew dragen ball
z game.
Brandon R
Ms. Claus do you think
you can tell you'olbear husband I wan
to wack up and check hiswant
list? If you fike and my name
on the list pleas give me
Braz Dsome yu-gi-oh cards and




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Chrimisa one peace video game
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I want King Kong for
Christmas. P.S. Say hi for
Mrs. Claus for me. Merry






Christmas!
BreanGlennrock
I want a kebrod. And I






wanta Doolbear and I wantex-
some for crismup and I want
a modrsint the and I want a







Jessica Martinez
B ratz penses and Iwant a
Brat lots of toysDoll and I want a Ball
Dersrellu. The end Merry
Chrimis too Santa.
John Alford Etheridge
I want King Kong for
Christmas. P.S. Say hi for
Mrs. Claus for me. Merry
Christmas !
Jeremy Glennrock
Santa I want the poler ex-
press game for crismis And
I want the game mad AG
Asoar.
Jessica Martinez
I like Christmas beauce I
get lots of toysi And I want
boots and,cloths, ainew
skirt goatcar and a jeep


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new gluves and some new
pensle sharpener and some
new pants and a new lamp
and I want a dictionary and
a new Santa toy. I want a
new cristmas tree.
Kaitlyn Cobb
What I want for Christmas
I really like Christmas! A
new pair of earings! And
everything els you get me.
Keylee Glover
I want some cross, ba
laes heas not dance sheos
the other ones of corse.
Four weler pasowrd jurnil.
friendship chip, fly pen.
word lab, TV, more June
B. Jones there are to mine
I cannot cont., and cloths
and more sheas. The End.
Quade Gilmore
I want a mivie the Chicken
little DVD and 6 x bx
Games and a Game holder
and a big screen TV and a
dirtbike Gas powered from
Mad Monkey, mother and
all the dirtbike gear to and
some more toys.

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Wednesday, December 21, 2005, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 3D


Ll IIKS
Continued from page 2D
Kylee Parrish
I like Christmas because
It's gods birthday. And I
like Christmas because
I get presents. 1. Labtop
2. Flip phone 3. Stereo
4. Go cort 5. For wheeler
6. Pordeble sede player 7
game boy 8 Choper Bike-
sicle redone 9. Junie B.
Jones books 10 TV 11 sca-
ters 12 Dadys Dacker the
movie 13 a chair that rols
14 a desk 15 mackup
Kailyn Williams
Gocart, atm machine, tap
suite and shoes, frankin-
sten wife costume, friendh-
ship clips, night light, ice
skates, a kids cell phone
with only parents, dream
life game. Junie B. Jones
books.
Melea Kirk
I like Cristmas because I
get toys and because I get
to celebrate Jesus birthday.
Here is some stuff I want
for Cristmas 1. Scooter 2.
Horse 3. Hearings 4. Shoes
5. Clothes 6. Junie B. Jones
books 7. Chicken Little the
Movie 8. Pasword Journul
9. Roller skates 10. Phone
and cell phone 11. Laptop
computer 12. Go cart 13.
Four wheller
Tanner Birge
I whant game coueb. And
a forweler. Mand 2005.
ManD 2002 And a game-
boy And hotweels Grlrater
Dalon Reynolds
Want I want for Chritms is
a Xbox-Games some, new
toys the chicken little move
and new P-S-2, games and
new clothes for Christmas.
Clarissa Clayton
I want for Christmas is a
computer and a spugebod
squerpants TV and some
shase and a hair bush. And
a cuom. and with it I wait
Sa gamne"boy. B aiz raedb
and a Brat doll, clothes and
some makeup and some
hearing's and a basckit ball


and a cd player.
Justin Andrew
I want a Tv. And a four
wheeler. And a merbsikl a
game boy sp. And a tree
house. And A DVD
Charles Paramore
I wont a icx boxes and a
skatburd and a ten can ove
Yo e o cords and a hatwil
trak from itsilraser and a
motor scototer and som
gamboye gams
Jordan Outler
I wont a dirt bike and a x
box a draginballz game 2.
A striet football 2. For xbox
gams all the wresling ring
and all the wrelligngire gi
jow, aril salfon, plasma
scnan TV and a laptop and
a cichinset hellinacellfon
humeng and wresling
wepens.
Robynn
I want a Dog and I want
the now game of Shreak
2 and I want more books
and I wunt a book of word
search and I want a Bratz
Doll and I want a pasma
screen tv and I want a pool
and I want a car and I hop
you have a merry christ-
mas.
No name
I want Juny B. Juons books
and a pear of nikeshox and
a basketball goll and a
fishtank and fish and magic
tree house books and a
poker game and some
moives and a cd player and
some cds and a vido now
and some move for it.
Cassie Bell
I whent to the malland saw
some pepel. I do not know
what to biy them Im ca-
fused help. I am series. Will
you pleas help. In my class
some pepel don't believe in
santa clos tank you.
Ross
I love you for crismis
ev I wnt king kong or tv
,,mint spifer-man- latercard
Sseemly little moder ciycle
biek and a little moder-
scuter.


There was free hot chocolate at the Bonifay Christ-
.mas Celebration.


It's just days before Christmas and
all through the town,
We see happy people; not even one frown.
It's great to see folks who
show so much care
For their friends and their neighbors -
today it's so rare.
So we'd ile io In,3an you lhri
lime ol the y' ar
For all of the memories we hold so dear.
As customers, as neighbors,
you all mean so much
STo us, your community and all
Whom you touch.
Merry Christmas
From The Mayor,
Council and staff...
Town of
Wausau
1 607 2nd Avenue Wausau, FL
638-1 781


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We hope your
Christmas
season is upbeat.
Merry Christmas
and many thanks.

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Caleb Brannon
I want a necklace for my
Mom. I take back all the
bad thing's I did and all
the thing's I said to. I want
a cotton candy mashing
maker for Christmas. I
want gife card's and cam-
era's for my brother's.
Lane
I want a fourlier and evry-
theing and pie as malkits
knew.
Chadsity
A doll and a TV and a
friend and a Toys.
Meagan
If you want you can get me
a barbie and a new bike or
just don't worry about me.
You can just do what you
have to and wory about
the other children. I hope
you are having fun. How
is you're slay? Is it doing
well? I hope I have a good
christmes. Don't you? Is it
cool up their wer eyou are?
I hope you say yes.
Patricia
I want a cat and a back
and a dog.
Emily ,
I wete to cat for Christmas.
I wete more barbie dolls
for christmas I wete more
Tiger toys for Christmas


Let the little childRen's joy
be youR guide this season.
Rejoice with them oveR rhe
birth op OUR LoRd,
Jesus ChRist.
CDeRRy ChRistmAs pRom
Washington
County
Sheriff
BOBBY
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At
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1264 Church Ave.
Chipley, FL
638-1751
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I wete to white rabbit for
Christmas. I wete roses.
Just roses but not rapt.
Brooklnn
I wold like a dodul bare
and a moat conchrol big
shevey and a pogostik
and a stuff reindeer and g
pecter of you and a pecter
of rodof wheth hes noese
shining and for it to snow
and a esey baker. I love
you Santa.
Erica
If you can get me a resce
pet and a new bike or
just do wha you have to
and wory about the other
chinlder I here you hav-
ing a good time. I take to
my Mommy and I tod her
the ciookes the nid to be
clookte cips.
Shirley May Hunter
I want 4 things that is a
Dishunarey Book and tede
brar and a thing that sign
and a play toy cismes tree.
Noah Hickman
I want my foolweler fext.
And a flag. Also a comorlet
you can set on. And a poler
awtfit. And a police belte.
Brian Cloud .
I want DC shoes a trumpet
a teddy bear and a cap and
a basketball and a baseball


ehristmas
Greetings
To All
Merry
Christmas to
you and yours.
May the spirit
of this special
season bring you
comfort and joy

HAROLD

SMITH


Merry Christmas and
sincere thanks to our
customers andfiriends this
holiday season.
From All Of Us At
Chipley
Hardware &
Mobile Home
Supplies
1163 Jackson Ave.,
Chipley 638-1815


a bookbag a jacket
Brandon Wilson
I want a gameboy. I want a
basickboll. I want a deart-
bike. I want a hampester. I
want a pond.
Trevor Morris
I would please like a elf for
Christmas. Also I would
please like Rudolf for
Christmas too! I would
please like a shotgun for
Christmas. I would please
like a bunch of magic tree
house books and Junie B.
Jones.
Linzzie Walsingham
I want a Doodle Bear and
play house from Hobby
Lobby and a tea ball and a
basskitbll.
Tristyn Branick
I wont a SpongeBob Game,
a baribe game, I want a
baby doll, a lot of books. I
want new frineds. A erase.
Shaun Searcy
I love you I want a tipe
writer. I want a turtle. I
want a actin figar. I want
pens.
Lindsay McMahan
I want a Doodle Bear for


chlistmas. And a My Little
Pony. And real meal oven
cook that's not all I want. I
want belladancarella.
Aaron
This Christmas I waud like
a dirt bike, bike, and a ni
tendo XP.
Avery
This christmas I would like
a hat and a pet bird.
Courtney Cox
This Christmas I would
like Dora's talking house.
and a tetty bear, and a art
set, and a baribe doll.
Autumn Rose
This Christmas I would
like a computer, and a toy
frog, and boots.
Cheyenne
I wonte a skat board
Amber Kirkland
This Chrismas I would like
candy that is named socker
and new bike tires and toe
Reagdy Andys dolls and
one Reagby Ann doll jre.
sup close and more jresup
shoes and a puppy and
money.

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Managing Director
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Continued from page 3D
Cassie Pitts
This Christmas I would
like some earings, make up
and a bird.
Logan
This Christmas I would
like moonshoes dog card's
Sp games gun bike com-
puter.
Cassidy Smith
I want one of your slay
bells so bad so I can proov
that your real.
Cole Marell
This christmas I would like
a Dert bike, blis the leeg
and Madan 6.
Dylan
This Christmas I would
like a play staiteon 2 and
game.
Alexander J. Prescott
I would like a ponchingaag
and a deart bick and a ford
truck and a forilor. I love
Santa clas.


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Merry Christmas
from
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John Braxton, Chris Heath,
Joann Walsingham,
Carolyn Heath, Sheila Barbee,
Loanva Howell
and Deseree McMillan
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May your faith be
renewed andyour spirits
lifted as we celebrate the
birth of our Savior.
With best wishes to you
and yours for a truly
memorable holiday season.
From: Pastor Roger Hagan
And The Congregation Of
CEDAR SPRINGS
Assembly of God
1989 N. Hwy. 181,Westville, FL
956-4417 ,


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mafaater tracter tire truck
and movie nichinturtle.
Tyler Forehand
I want a full wheeler cars
and a train. These are the
three special presents I
wish Santa would Bring
me.
Payton
This Christmas would like
the new Brats Rock Angels
the game and Bratz Rock
Angols movey and a black
cat and clsey and a green
parite no a big one a me-
dem bird named Rokcey
and a another drid named
Sckorts and a dog named
Rocse.
Jamie
I wish you bring these
three for Christmas Fista
turtle. Next a play station
2 with games. Last a pig.
These are the three things
Santa will bring me.

Kate M. Smith
ANGIE RICHTER'S
letters
Dear Santa:
I think I have been good.
I give thanks for God, Je-
sus and the Holy Spierit. I
wantsBraz Rock Angel the
game, boys barbies, pants,
shoes, hats, puppys, kit-
tens, friends, trampoline.
Love,
Sarah Aking
Dear Santa:
I have been a good girl. I
will leave cookies on the
table. How many years
have you been alive. I will
leave you a present under
the tree for you. I want a
game boy for Christmas.
Santa how old are you. I
want a game called That's
So Rayven and Herbie.
Santa I want a computer
to Sa Samta. I love you
because you are nice, and
you are sweet. Santa when
.you come to Chipley I'll
be waiting. Santa I will
,get you something for
Christmas. Santa I want
an basket ball and a skate


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board and a CD player and
a CD called Mary Mary
and I hope you bring it and
I want another game called
Madagascar, and I want the
CD called Usher and the
other game called Donkey
Kong. Santa I want a bike
because my seat is broke.
Santa what do you want for
Christmas? Do you want
another elf? Santa can you
get the movie called Sol-
plane, Santa please. I will
decorate your cookies and
okay. Your friend,
Brittany
Dear Santa:
This is what I want for
Christmas. I want a game
boy and a Nintendo 64,
and Mario a trompline, the
movie Madagascar and
I Stage and clothes and
shoes. That's all I want for
Christmas. Marry Christ-
mas Santa. Love,
Chloe Bruner
Dear Santa:
I have ben a good girl. how
old are you? Have rudoff
shine his nose in my win-
dow, please Santa. I wood
like to fined lots of things.
IU wod want a CD player,
please santa. Your dear
friend,
Nikki
Dear Santa:
Santa make Roudolph
shine his nose in my win-
dow. Santa, I have been a
good girl this year. Santa
I want cloths and a bag of
candy and a Santa soot like
yours. Santa I want a CD
plarer. Santa I want to help
the canser kids. Love your
friend,
Jessica
Dere Santa:
I have very many things I
wonont. I would like you
to buy me a big bratz baby.
Her name is yasman and
could you buy me a bratz
jet and the bratz. I wont a
brat squooshie pellow and
the baby twin bratz. Can
you buy me a bratz cat and
great,pupie. and buy me a
cage and food and some
toys for it. I wont my oen



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Owner, Stylist
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ANN MCDANIEL
Permanent Makeup Artist
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phone and computer and
some monkey PJs. Love,
Nicole Barfield
Dear Santa:
I left you a present on the
table with your cookies
and milk. Is Miss Claus
doing all right? I would
like a four wheeler and my
sister wants a big gator, the
kind of car. My little broth-
er wants almost everything.
We all want a gate around
our trampoline so our dog
can't get on it. Love,
Sara Smith
Dear Santa:
I will want a big toy catfish
and a monster truck. Did
you an Misis Claws have
a babby? Have a jolly
Christmas and a happy
holladday.
No name listed
Dear Santa:
Please give me tree candy
canes in my stoking.
please give me a spiber-
man camera and some
moves. Thank you for
giving toys every De-
cember. Please give me the
game Madagascar. Write a
note back. Please give me
a pool tabel and the game
Vantasic. Your friend,
Zane Rogers
Dear Santa:
I want a Power Rangers
SPD delta command center.
How old are you this year.
I am eight years old this
year. Santa I also want an
Xbox 360 please. My mom
and dad want something
to. And, my baby brother
wants the rest of Thomas
the Train tracks and Thom-
as friends. My dad wants
new hunting boots and a
nice looking shotgun. My
mom wants location and
new pants. I want a bow-
ing arow. Love,
Tyler
Dear Santa:
I want a John Deer set this
year. I really want a small
pool table. And a play
station 2 and a Chopper. I
want the Madagascar the
movie and the game. A


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Peace, Happiness,
Love and
Laughter.
Merry Christmas
From Staff and
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out some corn for the rain-
Deer to. And have a Merry
Christmas.
Mitchell
Dear Santa:
I been a good girl this year.
I want a snow globe and a
Bratz game for my game-
boy. I want a Bratz camera.
I want shoes and clothes.
Love,
Briana
Dear Santa:
These are the follow-
ing things I want. Pixter,
earrings, trompoline,
camra,PS2. I have been a
very good girl. Will you all
me? Will you pleas write
back. I love you with all
my hart. With lots of love,
Pamela Lee Johnson
Dear Santa:
How is your wife and your
reinbeers? I want a chopper
bike and a monster trurck.
And Santa I want a mokea
chrole truck. Your frien,
Joshua David
Dear Santa:
Hallo Santa how is Ms
Clous. This year I want a
xbox 360. The next thing
I want is a gift card with
a hungered dollars. Then I
want a yugo. I hope to see
you at Cristmis. From your
friend,
Nicolas

FELICIA KIRKLAND's
letters
Dear Santa:
How are you doing so
how are the reindeer doing
Santa they are doing fine.
How are you doing. I am
doing good. I herd that you
are coming to town. I want
an Xbox and a full wheller
and a dert bike and a play
stashun two. You are cool.
Love,
Taylor
Dear Santa:
How are you, and what I
want for Crismis is a ese
back and a play house and
a tent. And mak~iup and a
camera. Lovep-,. ...
Chasitdy Asberry
Dear Santa:


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Merry Christmas
And A Happy
Prosperous New Year.
Best Wishes From
All The Staff

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638-8220


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Chipley, FL
638-0388


What I want for Christmas
I won't a dirtbike, a hale
ment pades cyputor, a bit
hedstall. I want a for weelr
I love you Santa.
Ty Cauley

Dear Santa:
I want a toy McDonald's
for Christmas. Love Santa
and a clpus. Love,
Savannah Manship
Dear Santa:
I wont a gamboy and jump
rope and makeup and a
horse a bird a computer. A
pool of fish, a rabbit and
how are doing, and a go
cart. Love,
Robin Mims

Dear Santa:
What I want for Christmas
is a Xbox 360 and a game
boy and a stereo and a
math lock and I have been
good and I love Santa and
a race car and I want a dog
and a drit bike and a game
cube and rocket blast and
Chucky Chese. Love,
Keith Robins

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happiness comes your way
throughout this holiday
season and beyond.

Wishing You The
Best OF Holidays!
From Herb, Sharon,
Veronica, Justin and Polly Peel,
and Lyndon Cook

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FUNERAL HOME
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547-4144


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displayed toward us
this past year.
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from Everyone
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Wednesday, December 21, 2005, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 5D


Lt Il KS
Continued from page 4D
Dear Santa:
Hi! How are you? Is it rilly
rilly rilly rilly cold at the
north pole? I want to know
why did you give me a esey
bake oven. That has Brats
on it. I want a toy cat that is
pink, a toy Yoga, baer and
a jump rope. Love,
Drena and Trever
Dear Santa:
I whont a bike and hair
spry and a gokrt and selly
string. New show and pet
fish and a new fishing poll
and a shark poll and a rap,
and for my dad, a new
moder sikll and a bath rod
and a lot of candy. Love,
Elizabeth
Dear Santa:
I am good very good. I
want a wockt bast, bungee
jump and an Xbox 360 and
a lot of other stuf. Love,
Hunter Windham
Dear Santa:
I Love you Santa. I would
like a computer.. I would
like McDonalds for Christ-
mas. Love,
Jenna
Dear Santa:
How are you? Xbox 360,
game cube, McDonalds.
From
Dear Santa:
How were you doing here
one month. I wont Buneble
Alabama Rock Blaster Vo-
caneome.
Mikaela

JEANNIE IVY'S class
Dear Santa,
I love Christmas!!! I have
been a good boy. Can I
please have a 4 wheeler
and a helmet and a dry
erase board with some
markers.
Morgan Fries
Dear Santa,
I love Christmas. I've
been a good gril this year.
I want a2Boophones please
and one brats book,
crystal Bragman
Dear Santa,
I love Christmas. I've


been a good boy this year.
Please can I have a trampa-
leen. and a gun.
Dakota Enfinger
Dear Santa,
I love Christmas! I've
been a good boy this year.
I want a knife. I want a toy
gun and please bring my
cusin J.R.
Jordon Lee Smothers
Dear Santa,
I love Christmas. I've been
a good girl this year. Can
I have a for while please.
Can I have a horse please.
Can I have a puppy please.
Ho Ho Ho!
Lexi Helms
Dear Santa,
I love Christmas! I've
been a good boy. I want
a real BeaBea gun, karota
coustums, a Karota bag, a
soidger coustums, play sta-
tion two.
Nathan Curly
Dear Santa,
I love Christmas! I've
been a good girl this year.
Please I will like a forwiler.
And a FSU jogging suit.
And a gofcort. Ho Ho Ho!
Lori Helms
Dear Santa,
I love Christmas! I've
been a good girl this year.
I want to have a funny
Bratz Make-over/ Bratz
twinz. and a hores.
Rosio Martinez
Dear Santa,
I love Christmas. I've
been a good girl. 1. I want
a horse pretty please. 2. a
puppy 3. some money.
Sarah Johnson
Dear Santa,
I love Cristmas! I've been
a good girl this year. I
want a horse, Erica doll,
and a barbie swan lake doll
please get them for me. Oh
Santa can you bring one of
your elves?
Taylor Perryman
Dear Santa,
I love Christinas! I've
been a good boy and I am
the top reader in my class


and please give me a four
willer and a play station or
2 and tripleen.
Trent Forrest

Dear Santa,
I love Christmas! I've
been a good girl this year.
I want a bratz rock angel
video game, funnky bratz
makeorer head please.
Shawana Foxworth
Dear Santa,
I love Christmas! I've
been a good girl. I want
a new coloring book and
I want a new book and I
want a movie.
Kaitlyn Nickels
Dear Santa
I love Christmas! I've
been a good girl this year.
Please get me a new cray-
on box.
Cassie West
Dear Santa,
I love Christmas. I have
been a good girl. An can
I have a dry-erace marker
cleaner, amazing amanda.
a puppy t-shert for sandy I
love you Santa! and FSU
stuff too.
Paisley Bruner
Dear Santa,
I love Christmas I've been
a good boy this year. I am
the 2 top reader for Christ-
mas I wand a Bike a mo-
kenholl car on truck.
Deante Patton
Dear Santa,
I love christmas! I've
been a good girl this year.
Please may you give me
a XBOX 360. And a bike.
And may I git a pingpong
table.
Essence Williams
Dear Santa,
I love Christmas! I've
been a good boy this year.
please can I have a defjam
filing for New York. And
can I please have street
hoops. And I want a Miami
Hurricanes jersey. I love
Santa Clause.
Michael Mccovery
Dear Santa,
I -ioVe' Christtfias! "I-71e
been a good boy. please
give me a menster truck


r.c. and a playstation and a
crash game with levels and
hotwheel cars.
Jose Robleds
Dear Santa,
How are you doing I want
a number 20 car, a number
17 car, and a number 99 car,
a number 97 car, a number
30 car and some coverolls.
Codi Wood
Dear Santa,
How are you doing? I have
been a good girl. This year
For Christmas I want a full
willer, a C.D. Player and
CD Jesse Muckarny.
Taylor
Dear Santa,
How are you doing. How
are the rain deer. Here
are the things I whant for
Chismis: flip celphone,
modersikle bike, talking
peret, rock gitar, and most
of all the howsfinisht.
Jerrick sisson
Dear Santa,
How are you doing? San-
ta I would like a puppy for
Chistmas. I want my pup-
py to be brown. A puppy is
all I want for Chistmas.
Katlin Pendleton
Dear Santa,
How are you up there in
the skiey. I have bin a
good boy those year. You
probably now cuse you
have a list and you are ch-
ecing it twiste. Your look-
ing to see hows noty or
nice. I want a skait bord, a
cd plareja PS2, a game boy,
a new PS2.
Joshua Formby
Dear Santa,
How are you doing? I only
want 6 toys. for Cristmas.
I want Mison paint ball
and a play stion2. I want
a warplane, and a xbox.
A game called battelfild2.
and Need for Speed.
Ashel
Dear Santa,
This year I want a pool
table, remocontrol car,
XBOX 360, basketball
goal, Madagascar and the
4 piqifis, DIavid "Batiner
CD, XBOX 360 football
and blitz game. Thank you


Santa.
Tristan Braxton
Dear Santa,
How are you and Ms.
Claus? How is Roodolph
and the other reindeer?
Fine I hope. Here's a list
of toys I want. I wanta
tyco remote control shell
shocker, terain twister, Star
Wars 3 clone trooper. spi-
der man megamorph, and
trasformer starscreen.
Ethan Draayom
Dear Santa,
How are you doing? for
Christmas can I get a
gameboy, bike and a red
jackit? For Christmas can I
get a pair of socks, shose?
Dustin Schoen
Dear Santa,
How are you doing? I have
ben good. This year I wont
a dirtbike, new clothes,
and new Xbox games.
Zack Campbell
Dear Santa,
Have I ben good? Wat I
wont for christmas is some
crds, culering pensles,
bratz rock angel, bratz
head and a jump rope.
Angel Baxley


It's time to celebrate
with family and friends
and create new
memories that will live
in your heart forever.
May thi. be one of your
very best Christmraes.
MERRY CHRISTMAS
FROMEVERYONE AT



312 E. Pennsylvania
Bonifay, Florida
547-3651
www.jerkinsinc.com


Dear Santa,
How are you doing at the
North Pole? How is the
weather at the north pole?
How are the elfs doing?
Armanii Patton
Dear Santa,
How are yoll doing? for
Christmas I want a game
boy, mall madness, Brats
bopit, Clue, smooth maker.
hoolhoop, radio and CD
wiht Jesse Mortney.
Haylie Windham
Dear Santa,
How are you doing? And
how is misis clos? For
Christmas all I whant is a
puppy, a toly tot. that is all
I can think of but a Babby
toy. for my babby cusin. I
have ben very good this
year in school for my teach.
ers this year. And three
more for my ather babby
cousins. And a wring for
my mama. And a bear for
my daddy. and bear cloths
for her bear. And a truck
for my Papa. And a santa
for my Nana.
Haddan West

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Men7y
CfriAtta6s
Prwc Our
FPak ly To
YoUirs.

REGIONS A.
BANK
402 N. Waukesha
-- Bonifay, FL
547-3077
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GiLORY TO GOD
IN T*HEE ICHCT


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delivers in every way.
Thanks, folks!
Mery Christmas From All The
Employees Of
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FLAMIN'
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the best holiday ever! .
Merry Christmas
From The Staff
And Residents Of
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You And Your Loved
Ones From All Of Us.
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Episcopal Church
736 West Blvd. Chipley, FL
638-7837

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Old-time Israel was even represented at the Chipley
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May you enjoy a
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at

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6D, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, December 21, 2005


Lb IILtKS
Continued from page 5D
Dear Santa,
This is Jason Terrell fram
Chiply, Florida. I was
good this year. I want a
game for my game boy ad-
vance, a toy for my sister, a
toy for my brother, a game
called 50 for play stanton
II.
Jason Terrell

Dear Santa,
How are you doing? My
nameis Ronnie Wilks. For
Christmas I an dirt bike,
four Wheller, Xbox, games
to with it, thrampoline,
game boy, Fantastic 4 and
Sky high.
Ronnie Wilks
Dear Santa,
How is the weather in the
Northpole? How are you
and Mrs. Cloz. For Christ-
mas I would like a donekey,
a duck, a horses, and a goat.
My brother would like a
rocket, and a race car. My
brother and I have been
good this year.
Josh Westmoreland



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JESUS...
You Are Truly
The Reason For
The Season



From Everyone At



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1403 Jackson Avenue '
Chipley, FL
638-1234









...And TAllAGoodnh

Here's hoping all your
dreams and prayers
are answered this
holiday season.
We know having you as
our friends has been a
real dream for us.:

cItoery lrisrmas
cFrom &veryono cAi
Tiny Treasures of
Chipley, Inc.
1567 Hwy 90O Chipley, FL
638-4433


Merry :

Christina

and

Happy Holidays
From.
Marsha & Gary at

Harris Farm


Supply
3302 Creek Road
Vernon, FL

5 535-4128


Dear Santa,
This is Jenna Kindig. How
are you doing? For Chist-
mas I want an iron and
ironing board, retro-wash-
er-dryer, 3 paisley siley
pillows, flip floor lounger,
furlicious flip cube, velvet
sleeping bag, boho paper
lantern with swoop lamp
base, furlious beanbag,
retro rocer, miny firdg
for kids, tie-dye twisted
curtain, kichin center with
electronics, fashion show
bath set, phoebe lamp, flo-
kati rug colerd citril, pop-
up hamper and a lady bug
wall shelf.
Jenna Kindig
Dear Santa,
How are you doing? Hows
Mrs. Claus doing? I wont
a fun Christmas soing for
my baby sister, and a cute
rattle for my baby brother,
a christmas mooveye the
hole famolye, a fun game
for us to play, and a warm
sweater for all of us.
Claudia
Dear Santa,
How are you doing? How
it miss Santa Clos doing? I
am great. Can I have some
county CDs, play shoes,
brat hed, floam, CD player,
clothes, shirts, pant set,
crayons, a gutar, can I have
a pool at my mommy's
house. I have been good
this year.
Briana Sears
Dear Santa,
How are you doing? How
is Mrs. Clause doing? How
are your raindeer doing?
How are your elfs doing?
Santa, I want dreamlife,
goov thanks, robot, new-
born puppies, barbie dolls,
real animals and clothes.
Savannah Orr
Dear Santa,
how is Mrs. Clause? How
are you? Are Roodoff and
the other, reindeer doing?
For christmas I want a cd
of Full House, teentrends,
furdy, a remote control
BMW car, Amazing
Amanda, cd of Jessie Ma-
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Dear Santa,
How are you doing? I
hope you are ok Santa and
Miss Santa, I hope you still
have your Cristmas spirit.
I want a tv, vcr, dvd player,
and sock. My mom wants
to win the lotto. So dus my
dad. My brother was dad
this year. Santa, Bridget,
my cousin wants the move
Pase fire.
Brittany Jean Vickers
Dear Santa,
How are you doing? How
is your wife? for Christ-
mas I want a brat and a
barby. My sisy want a brat
and a pony.
Kristen Williams
Dear Santa,
How are you doing? All
I want for Christmas is a
play station 2 game, watch,
baslit, one outfit for my
baby sister, sly cooper, Ra-
chel, and a cloring book.
Lisa McKenzie
Dear Santa,
How are you and Mrs.
Clause? I thank you for
those toys that you gave me
last year. I am being good
to. Now I want to tell you
what I want for Christmas,
I want a Jimmy Newtron
game for my PS2, and a
Tak game for my PS2, and
a King Kong game for my
PS2, and some toys.
Jacob Hailes
Dear Santa,
How are you? I have been
good. I want a cold nose
puppy, brat, hug 'n' neal
pet doctor, Scamps my
playful pup, rescue pet,
Pixter, Amazing Amanda,
floam, angle snowglobe,
bike, rainbow sheer ribbon,
cellphone, and a 15 foot
barbie house. I will leave
you plenty of cookies.
Destinee Choplin
Dear Santa,
how are you and your
wife? I want king kong,
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Dear Santa,
How are you? I am doing
good. How is your wife
doing? I hope she is doing
fine. I will tell you what I
want for Christmas. I want
$2,800, a lot of candy, a
picture phone, game boy,
camera and book. If you
don't no what book I like
just pick any book. I want
a barbie lunch box, a baby
puppy, and a real mustang.
I will leve you some cook-
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Selena
Dear Santa,
How are you doing? How
is Miss Cloz doing? Thank
you for the toys last year.
I wont a bella danceor, la
pop star, a video, a lip
gloss collection, a wild
wild west bratz Cloi, two
bottles of perfume, a big
bratz baby, a big Care Bear,
a shiver bear, the movie, a
new bike, a bratz plow and
blaket, a night light, a big
pagett crown. I'll leave
some cookies for you.
Tea Creamer
Dear Santa,
I want the fantastic f, mov-
ie and game. I really want
the tac 2, game. In allien
gun, in king kong, movie
and game a new bike, a
forweller, Charle and the
chaclat Factory, movie in
game, a helmet. Giv my
mom a ring and give Mrs.
Alderman a good chris-
mas.
Colby Williams
Dear Santa,
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aire yoii? How are iyotur
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Dear Santa,
How are you and Mrs.
Clawus doing This year?
This year for chrismits I
want a Game boy sp and
the charger with it. I want
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Jaren Miller
Dear Santa,
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This year I want a rowbot,
a racetrat, tow toy reindeer,
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Joshua Thompso
Dear Santa,
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feeling good? Thank you
for the presents last year.
well, this is wot I wot this
year. I wot a vidogame.
A toy r nontand sum new
toy dinosoursi and Santa
I think I am going to ask
my mom if I can leve some
cookies for you.
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Dear Santa:
Hellow my name is Sean.
Do you know what I want
for Christmas? I want a
pet dog. I also want the
Harry Potter and the Order
of Fienecks the book. Can
you give me those? Thanks.
Your Friend.
Sean
Dear Santa:
Santa this is Gunner. When
you come I am going to
leave you some cookies
and Please tell the elves
make me a bike, a play
station, and an x box and
Thank you for the for the
(Chapuleea)?
Your friend,
Alex
Dear Santa:
I want some games to go
with my video game and
a X box and a purse and
makeup. I want a VCR
Sand some Disfiny movinVii. I
want candy and marsh mel-
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like a desk and computer
Thanks. Your friend.
Brooke
Dear Santa:
Can I get two Game Boys
a way charge to. charge
batteries and a four packs
of batteries. Can I get a
game with a cordles con.
troler? Your Friend.
Tyler
Dear Santa:
I want a bebe gun and a pet.
I have ben so so very good.
I love you very much
please bring lots of toys
thanks. Your Friend.
Caleb
Dear Santa:
I have been very good this
year. II would really like
a cd player, 3 dogs, a dirt
bike, 3 games and a xbox.
Thanks. Your friend.
Jack
Dear Santa:
I have been very good this
year. I would like a new
bedroom, a scooter, and
some skates. And that is
what i like Santa. You are
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very good. Thanks Santa.
Your friend,.
Amber
Dear Santa:
I have been very good this
year. I would really like a
x box, Spiro game, remote
control without cords, and
Pok'emon stuff. I will
leave you coke, cookie,
and milk for you on Christ-
mas Eve. Your Friend.
Brandon Mc
Dear Santa:
I have been very good
this year. I want a bike for
Christmas. Your friend.
Ashley
Dear Santa:
Hellow my name is Mi-,
kayla and I am going to
tell you what I want for
Chrismas. Do you know
what I want for Christmas?
A motorcycle fo my age.
I weigh 40 pounds and I
want 100 dollars for my
parents. Your friend.
Makayla
Dear Santa:
I want a dirt bike, a game-
boy, avantsSP with some
games, a real bat and ball,
a four wheeler, a vugo, a
cd player with some cds,
a pocket knife, a basketball,
a gameboy color games,
a pack of pokemon cards,
and some ps2 games, and
a bike, and a xsbox with
some games. Thanks Santa.
Your friend.
Brandon M.
Dear Santa:
I do not care what you get
me ok. I've been good.
Your friend.
Jachi
Dear Santa:
I would like an xBox and
a Play Station with some
games. Your friend.
Lomero
Dear Santa:
I vant a bike, make up, and
my brother to come home.
Your friend.
Emi ly
SDear Santa:
I have been very good and
I would like 3 huning dogs.
410 ingage rifle and crash
tag teem racing.. And a
dirt bike, nentendo, Xbox,
play sta tion2. and my
two frot teeth and my dad.
Sincerly.
Joseph

KERRI BROWN's class
Dear Santa:
Are the raindears weel fed.
Santa here is a List av stuf
I want for christmas Game-
boy Games Xbox a bike a
,tyampolene Games for
the xbox a star \\ ars Lighf
saver movies a scary mask
and a toy gun. Your find.
Called
Daer Santa:
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deer? Is my daddy going
to help you? Can he bring
our presents he probably
will be helping you! If I
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Dear Santa:
This is what I want a real
car, a mud on the tires CD,
fou bags of candy, a cat a
dog, a game boy, a that's so
Raven game for my game
boy, Here is soem stuff I
want toknow about you.
Do you like snow? How
are your reandeer. Love.
Madison Jordan
Dear Santa:
How is ruebouf. i hope
you are safe when you
diliver gifts. Here area
few things I want for
Christmas. A fake puppy,
a radio, a scooter, Ia puppy
a lot of cds, samed Vds,
a horse, and a easybake
oven. Love.
Taylor
Dear Santa:
For christmas I want a win-
ner dog and a game doy.
Thats mostly what I want
so I hope you can get it for
me. Your friend.
Nathan
Dear Santa:
Santa how are you today.
Is it cold at the North
pole? Are your little elves
working hard? I think they
are. Do you have a header.
Your friend.
Julie
Dear Santa:
Hi Santa, how are you do-
ing? Here are a few things
I want, kickball, foot-
ball Games, Game cube,
trampoline, 3 iron and 8
iron clubs and Poce'mon
Games. When I give you
cookies and milk eat at
much as you can. Love.
Daniel Floyd
Dear Santa:
I only want 7 toys for
Christmas and they are
Brats rock angel makeover
head, Yasmin, mystery
date, fairy top, a jewl doll,
I can dance music ma-
chine, food from around
the world; japanese, and a
cleaning trolly. I've been
a really sweet little girl so
I should get lets play school.
Remember to give rudolph
a cookie. Love.
Megan
Dear Santa:
Santa how are you doing?
I've been good this year.
So can I get something
this year? First I want a
GameCube. So how is Ms.
Santa clause ding? What I
want from you is a pair of
clothes and shoes. What
I want from roodoff is a
computer and from on of
the elves is a CD and Bratz
Rock angelgame. Love
your friend.
Jessica
Dear Santa:
Santa how are and Ms.
Santa doing? Well here
are a few things I want for
Christmas, a CD player,
sellphone, new shoes,
game boy, house phone,
makeup, Sponge Bob, x-
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Dear Santa clase:
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things I want a dirt bike,
roller blades, an nice shoes.
I know your busy I have a
few thing I want so here
thay are thay some that I
want play station 3, dell
computer and Toneyhack
the video game. Santa I
love you. I hope you don't
haft to not give me no toys
but If I am good then here
are somethings I want
cloths, camer, dacemixup,
toys, cellphone, video-
camer and winter at Chipy;
Love.
Joey
Dear Santa:
How is Mrs. Clause? Can
you get me a simple thing
this year? Can you get me
a beabea pistle? If you can,
will yo please. How are
you? my mom hopes to see
you soon. Your friend.
Bradley.
Dear santa:
I hope I get an xbox 360
I'll try to be good the rest
of the year, I love the air
hoky table you gave me
last year. Love.
Ashton Lanier.
Dear Santa:
I want a new book bag. I
want a play pig, I want a
teddy bear. I hope for a
play chart. I hope for a Tv.
I hope a rug. I want some
mack up. I want a CD. I
want a 4 wheeler. Iwant
all kids to git some thing.
Love.
Danielle
Dear Santa:
This is what I want for
Christmas a four wheeler,
a 410, and a guitar that's
what I want for Christmas.
Shelby Savell
Dear Santa:
Do you remember my dog
cocepafe? Santa how is
miss Clause? Here are
a few things I want for
Christmas. A barbie head,
a dog, a secret, b:$bie
game, moon shoes, a cat
and a cd, and a dvd. Love


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Dear Santa:
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How is Mrs. Snata do-
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Christmas? I would like a
toy car and a spider-man
game and other things.
Love.
Nicholas Meredith
Dear Santa:
All I want for Christmas
is a hamster. Oh and how
is Miss douse is she okay
and this Christmas Eve
most of all I want to see
you fly in your Christmas
sleigh. Happy holidays
love.
Elizabeth Bowen
Dear Santa and Santa's
family:
Is Rodof ok? Here are a
few things I would like
adopt all my friends, a golf
cart, a purse with fashion
stuff like cool CD's,Art
stuff, princess stuff, clothes
anything princess, Bratz
and Bratz CD's New TV
with video and CD player
on it, Barbie cool doll.
Lindie Dilmore
Dear Santa:
Hey! How are the reindeer
doing and how are you
and Mrs. Clouse? I want
to know what temperature
it is in the North Pole.
When you see glitter on
the ground it might be my
house because evry year I
leave glitter with corn so
the reindeer can eat too.
These are a few things I
want for Christmas a air
buggy, P52 Game, Game
boy games, PSP and my
two front teeth,
Whit Pettis

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Dear Santa:
I want for Christmas a
deerifle, guitar, clothes,
jewelry, binoculars and ri-
flescope. How is Rudolph
and all your reindeer?
I will leive you cookies
and rilk,,,,Jow cold 4s,,it
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I want a singer, and an
a bank. But I reley want
an alarm clock, computer
desk, vacuum cleaner, and
a T-ball hoppers. Also a
soccer room bed room.
Your friend.
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Dear Santa:
I am your best friend My
name is Trenton Brock.
I live on 1160 Whiting-
ton Road. How is Mrs.
Claus. Is Rudoph's nose
still bright? Is the North
Pole as cold as Chipley? I
would like for you to bring
me an X-box 360, Super
marble run Vortex, Target
soccer goal, Universal
Building Refil kit, Table
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some surpistss. Love.
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other reindeer? Irwould
like for you to bring me
a Furby, jewelry, a girl
sewing machine. You will
see the other things on my
list, water colors, point kit.
clothes, DvDs, CDs, a bike.
makeup, slip on shoes, flip.
flops, boom box. Love.
Ashlee Cates.
Love Is
I believe in love because
my family loves me and
cares about me. Love is
caring about friends. My
Mom loves me and I love
her because she helps me
in my homework. When
my Dad comes home form
work he loves me to deth.
My brother Bradley picks
on me. I guess he loves
me.
Katie Back
Dear Santa:
I am your best friend. How
is Mrs. Clos doing? Would
like you to bring me a bike.
Is it cold at the North Pole.
I am eight years old. Love.
Clint Wilkes
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Continued from page 7D
Dear Santa:
How are the reindeer feel-
ing? I trie to be good. Is
it cold at the North Poll. I
hope I get an x-box, a hors,
a fold watch, and a lot of
candy. Love.
Cody Strickland
Dear Santa:
I am your friend. I ive on
5th St. How's Rudolph
and Mrs. Clas doing? Is
she well? Is it freezing
in the North Pole? I want
a four wheeler, dirt bike,
X60X360, play station,
Ninten dog4, games, bike,
three wheeler, BBGun
pump Shot Gun, 22 Gun,
Radio. Love.
Alex Conway
Dear Santa:
I'm your best friend. I hope
you come and vist me soon
on 1329 Watts Ave. I won-
der Rudolph's nose is still
red. How is Mrs. Clause
doing on cold winter sea-
son. I hope you give me
lots toys like a Bratz Doll,
Computer, Guitar, Barbie
Doll, Make-Up, a Puppy,
Coloring Cooks, Dress-Up
Clothes, Calculator and
a Baby Doll. I hope your
reindeer are eating lots of
food. Your friend.
Nyasia Cook
Dear Santa:
You are my best friend
Santa. How is Mrs Clos
doing? Christmas is my fa-
vorite time of the year. Is it
cold in the North Pole like
here, in Chipley? I want a
dirt bike, a four wheeler, a
sled, a some more games
game boy, a baby book for
my sister. Love.
Cole Daniels
Dear Santa:
I am your friend. How is
Mrs. Clause? I live on Pin-
ey Grove Road. I believe
in you. Have the reindeer
been eating a lot this year?
I wait an Easy Bake oveti;
Dress Me Bev;i Little Pet
Shop, Magical Mini Po-
nies, Barbie Pegasus Stuff,
Wonder Fairy Barbie, Bar-
bie bag for clothes and set
of baby furniture. Your
friend.
Kendal Daniels
Dear Santa:
How is Dancer and Prancer
doing? I belive there is a
Santa. I am happy. Could
you come over tonight for
cokies and milk. How is
Mrs. Claws I hope she isn'
sick. 'I live on 592 Carr
Road. I want a sky car and
star wars games and Play
station and X box 360 and
X box 360 Call of Duty is a
game. Love.
Wyatt Davidson
Dear Santa:
How are Mrs. Closs, Ru-
dolph and all of the other
reindeer and all of the
Elves. Santa, is Rudolp[h's
nos still red? I would lik for
you to bring me a bottle of
perfume, a baby doll, and
a stroler, play lipstick, toys,
Games, bike, Gameboy
games, a blanket with my,
name on it, candy, ,boom
box, dvd's, cds Furby and
water colers. Love.
Alyssia Gainer
Dear Santa:
I am your friend Santa
Clause. How are your
Reindeers doing. I hope
your Christmas will be
grate. I believe you. I
want two bikes, clothes
two pairs of gameboysp,
playstation3, Xbox 360,
spy gear, a baseball glove
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Sion paint game and teen
tiatons game. Your friend.
Eddie Mosley
Dear Santa:
How are you doing? Is it
freezing in the Noth Pole?
How are Mrs. Clause and
the reindeer doing. I'm
so happy that I am your
friend and Im trying to be
a good, girl and so I wish
you a Merry Christmas. I
would like you to bring me
a calculator, snow white


doll, bike, Barbie radio,
art board, Peter Pan Movie,
roller skate, flower sweater,
moon shoe, Cinderella
castille, later pant, pants,
Gap shirt. Love.
Midrell Pittman
Dear Santa:
How are teh elves making
the toys this year? I want
a new bike, a new remote
control 4 x 4, some roller
skates, I want lazertag
too. I want line some new
clothes. I want one of the
jinglebells off the rein-
deers. This is all I want.
Hunter Price
Dear Santa:
I. am so happy I believe in
you. how is Mrs. Santa?
How is the weather at the
north pole? Do Rudoplh
still have the shining red
nose? I would like a Easy
bake that cooks real food,
and a Madagaskar Christ-
mas movie, and noon
shoes, and also clothes
and shoes and a game boy.
Love your friend.
Br'amber Reed
Dear Santa:
How are you doig today?
Is it freezing in the North
Pole? How is Mrs. Claws
doing today? Is Rudoplh
nose still shining? What are
all the names of the riend-
eer? I would like for you to
bring me a Play Station2
Games, BigBig Coloring
Books, Lots of Reading
books, Writing Pads, lots
of Movies, Sporting goods
NFL Jerseys, NBA or Col-
lege Football or College
Basketball, PlayStation2
Remote Controls, PlaySta-
tion3, Xbox 360, Steero
with A lot Lot of Bass,
Some perfume called Bod,
and Scene It! It has Foot-
ball Stuff on teh bottom of
the box. Your friend.
Alex Thomas
Dear Santa:
I am doing fine this year.
Are you and Mrs. Claws
ding fine this year too.?
Is it really cold in the north
pole? Is Rudolph's nost
still red? I would like for
you to bring me a Robo
raptor, moon shoes, Star
Wars light saber battle
game, a Bike ramp, and
some Gameboy Advance
sp speakers. Love.
Austin Wyatt
Dear Santa:
I would like to know how
Dasher, Dancer, Prancer,
Vixen, Comet, Cupid,
Donder and Rudolph are.
Is the North Pole cold like
it is in Chipley? I live on
Aderson St can you come
by? I would like a guitar,
Cowgirl Bratz, fourwheel-
er, radio, mini motorcycle,
boots shelf, vcr, toy humer,
barbie stuff, cat, cat stuff,
and a habitat for my turtle
Crush. I am glad to believe
you. Your friend.
Michelle Fuston

Poplar Springs

Tiffany
I have been good I what a
laptop for Christmas. And
a Jeep I what a auter thag
it is a angel prusas. Mar-
rie chistmas. And I what a
Bike to.
(No name)
I want a dirt bike, and a
three wheeler and my 4
wheeler fixed, and a xbox
360, and a hand held play
staston 2. Merry Christ-
mas.
Devin Davis
I wont a Yo-Yo for Chist-
mas I can I was good Little
Boy can you can Breng me
a Yo-Yo and me a pege


banck and that wod be
Alag.
Alexus
I have been good this year.
I went a 4 wheeler to take
to my ant Tares. And and
I went asmll chasr. I went
theme to trens, Merry
Chrimes
Easton
Can I have Yo stick, 4
wheeler suit, New boots.
Tazia


I have been very good this
year. I would love a under
ground pool and a Sponge
Bob tv. And a horse! Mer-
ry Chrismas!
Cheyenne
I would love a Amanda
doll, a Frudy, a Yo stike,
and Merry Christmas
Bryan
I have been very good This
year. Pokemon DX game.
Dual Disc. And x box.
Kavner
I want a dual disc. And
also a batmobill, Than the
last thing is a guntum, and
Merry Christmas.
Ridge T.
I want Some X box games,
A mini I pod, Some toys,
A new Gameboy Game.
A PlayStation 2. Merry
Christmas.
Richard Clark
I would love a dirtbike Fo
crismis and X box and a
bike for m brother. Merry
Christmas
Paige
I want a ranebo ber, a new
swimming pool, and a baby
brother. Merry Christmas.
Veronica Vickers
I would like a laptop, a cell
phone, a gameboy s.p., a
bike for my siter, a new


craonbox, cd player with
cds!
Ashlyn Golden
I would like a game boy, a
red room sutu of hoses, a
new coaon box
Amber Whitman
I want a Laptop, A gam-
edoy s.p. A daddy doll A
deer Pickcher A buttyful
car A X box raidld P.G.
Summer G.
I have been very good this
year. I want a fake cat, I
want a fake dog, I want a
big hours and a fake rab-
bit to. Merry christmiss.
Brooke
I have been veay veay
good this year. I wold love
to have a bratz phone, cite
and sel phone. Mery kris-
mis.
Sydney Graves
I have been very good this
year. I would like to have
a Gameboy SP, a Play Sta-
tion 2 game and some new
shoses. Merry Christmas.
Heather May Barnes
I have been very good this
year. I would love to have
a new bike, 4 wheeler, and
some new boots. I hope
the reindeer are doing grat.
Thanks a lot! Merry Christ-
mas.


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in the Vernon Christmas parade.


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