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Benefit helps
Chipley woman
with medical needs
Music. games, prizes, food
and fun \\ere enjoyed by all at
the Jamie Wood benefit Saturday.
February 11 at old Chipley High
School.
Jamie was on hand with many
family and friends (upper right)
and expressed pleasure at the
large crowd that came together
in her time of need.
It w\as a day of musical en-
tertainment. There was a yard
sale. children's games, raffle.
and auction. There was a giant
slide. jumping castle, hay ride,
balloons, cake walk. fingernail
painting, tattoos and face paint-
ing.
Concessions included hotdogs,
:hamburgers, and a fish fry.
Door prizes were awarded
throughout the day.
Raffle tickets were on sale for
Aa chance to win a comforter set,
a homemade quilt, and hi-fi sys-
Item. Proceeds \ ill go to support


Jamie in recovery from an auto-
mobile accident. Jamie, a 2005
graduate of Chipley High School,
was scheduled to be sworn into
the military on December 13,
but she was in an automobile
accident on Dec. 10. Jamie lost
control of her vehicle while ma-
neuvering a curve, leaving her


with multiple injuries, including
a spinal cord injury that left her
paralyzed from the chest down.
To follow Jamie's prog-
ress, visit the website
www.jamiew0ood.org. that was
set up by family members for the
latest information.
Jamie is the daughter of Jean-


nie and Terry Lovett and Paul
Wood of Chipley.
Donations may be made di-
rectly to Jamie through a fund
established at Peoples South
Bank. Ask to make a deposit
into the Jamie.Wood account.
Donations may also be made at
Jamie's website via Pay Pal.


Candidates certified for Vernon elections


SANDRA OHMER
Staff Writer
Vernon City Council held a
,meeting on Feb. 13. Candidates
-for the up and coming election
-were certified. Candidates certi-
fied for council were: Narvel
Armstrong. David Austin, Vivian
Brewer, John P. Cook, Jr: and
Cheryl Withrow.
Since there are only five can-
didates and five council positions,
there will be no election for city


council. Candidates certified for
the mayor's seat were incumbent
Mayor James Boswell and Coun-
cilman Oscar Ward.
City Attorney, Kerry Adkison,
informed Council that a council
member cannot hold two offices.
In the event of Ward winning the
election, he would immediately
resign from his position as city
councilman according to Florida
Statutes 99.012.
Ward suggested that Council


adopt a policy to determine what
councilman will serve for two
years and which ones will serve
one year. He suggested drawing
straws or toothpicks. Adkison
said he did not think that would
be in line with Florida statutes.
He said there needs to be an or-
dinance put in place to satisfy the
ethics involved.
Council agreed to come up
with an ordinance setting up
guidelines for this issue and ap-


prove them at the meeting prior
to the election.
Ward motioned that a rule
be set to limit purchases over
$1,500 without approval of the
Council. Cook said they are
following Florida statutes in the
amount that is okay without con-
sent of the Council at the present
time.,
Ward motioned that any pur-

See COUNCIL, page 7A:
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Board hears words of thanks from Country Oaks


JAY FELSBERG
.Managing Editor
Many people come before the
Washington County Board of
County Commissioners. Many
want to register complaints.
Many want favors. Not very
many come to say "thank you."
It was therefore notable
when Mary Ann Pelletier of the
Country Oaks community was
on hand Thursday, February 9,


at the regular Board meeting fo
thank the Board for its help to
that community.
Pelletier listed many ways
the Board has helped the com-
munity:
*The Board helps the growing
volunteer fire department with
utilities.
*The old Vernon Middle
School administration building
was brought back into service.


*The library now has over
5,000 books as part of the Wash-,
ington County Public Library
system. A phone line is available
for Internet access.
Many people have a "pas-
sion" for helping, Pelletier said.
She noted how the late Tommy
McDonald provided playground
equipment for the community,
and the work done by Orange
Hill Soil Water Conservation


District. Pelletier said the Board
is among those with a passion to
help.
"Thank you for doing a won-
derful job," she said.
Pelletier also introduced the
Wheeler family. Family mem-
bers started at the literacy center
four years ago. Pelletier told the
Board about how the family has
See MEETING, page 7A


Fifth-grade

teachers to go

to RMS, new

classrooms

JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
The fifth-grade teachers are
apparently ready to make the
move from Kate M. Smith El.
ementary to Roulhac Middle
School. It was announced that
all the teachers are interested in
the move, which will be to a $2.4
million addition. The move was
announced at Monday's regular
monthly meeting of the Wash-
ington County School Board.
The 10 new classrooms at
RMS would cost a guaranteed
maximum price of $2.1 million,
which is slightly higher that the
$2 million GMP Board members
said they could handle at the
December 2005 meeting. About
$300,000 in additional costs (in-
cluding about $180,000 for fur
nishings, fixtures and equipment
and a $40,000 contingency fund)
provides thefinal estimate.
Jack Baker of Perry-McCall.
the architect for the new build-
ing, said that an estimate of
$2.996 million had been reached.
but the architect and contrac-
tor Peter Brown Construction
worked with the School District
- to.- get. the- price down to $2.1
million. This was accomplished
despite the staggering increase in
the price of construction material
and transportation costs in recent
months.
The Board authorized the proj-
ect to move on.
Vernon High School is also
coming along well, despite de.
lays due to recent bad weather.
Baker reported that masonry
work is 99 percent complete.
Roofing and sidewalks- are
about 90 percent complete, and
other work is well underway. A
$45,000 contingency fund is
available for the project.
The Board also discussed the
Washington-Holmes Technical
Center driving range and instruc.
tional building relocation project.
Buildings Supervisor Joe Taylor
told the Board that the cost could
not be kept under $200,000 due
in large;part to state Department'
of Education requirements on the
instructional building. The basic
"vanilla" building would cost an
estimated $160,000, "and by the
time DOE gets through with it, it
won't be vanilla anymore," Tay'
lor said.
The Board approved having
the district staff get proposals
together and send out bid for ar.
chitects. An engineer will prob.
Sably also be needed. A good deal
of site preparation could be done
"in house." A "ballpark" figure
for the total project is between
$300-400,000.
The Board said WHTC may
have to share costs, and the proj.
ect could affect the District's five.
year capital improvement plan.
There was also discussion on
whether to renew the four-year
Okeechobee contract when it ex-
pires in June. It is a seven-hour
drive to the facility, and while
See BOARD, page 3A


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Wednesday, February 15, 2006, Washington County News, 3A


SLeft to right: The Washington County School Board and Washington County Chamber of Commerce honored
STeacher of the Year Linda Wunderly and Support Personnel of the Year Gina Page. Plaques of honor were
j presented by Superintendent Calvin Stevenson and Chamber Managing Director Ted Everett. Also on hand
were School Board Chairman Gary Clark and Board Members Wayne Stephens. John Hawkins, Francis Hin-
Sson and Vann Brock.

SBOARD ture is expected to pass the proved the human resourc- Smith, hiring fifth-grade
Continued frompage 1A bill some time this summer. es requests. including: OPS paraprofessional Pris-
This was reported at the *ChiDlev High School: cilia Sloan.


while DOE is apparently
very pleased with the way
the District manages the'
site, there is concern about
whether the District can do
'hands-on management"
at such a long distance.
There was discussion over
whether the District could
Shire a full-time manager
at the facility and still be
reimbursed enough by the
state to cover costs.

In other business, the
Board: :
*Approved the Consent
Agenda.
*Approved the PAEC
package.
*Approved various pur-
Schase orders.
*Approved the two ver-
sions of the 2006-07 school
calendar requested at the
January meeting. The
'long version" (beginning
August 28 and ending June
12) would be put in effect if
the State legislature passes
the bill that would prevent
school starting before Au-
gust 28. The state legisla-


January meeting.
There is word that the
legislature may allow a
one-year "window" and
not put the new legislation
into affect until the 2007-
08 school year. which
would alloi families time
to adjust to a major change
in their yearly vacation
planning. There have also
been attempts to lobby
legislators to leave the cal-
endar in the hands of local
school boards.
*Approved various pur-
chase orders.
,Heard a report from
Board Attorney Gerald
Holley on the USSI clean-
ing contract. Holley said
he reviewed the contract
at the Board's request and
said the Contract allows
reducing payment for un-
satisfactory service. A total
Of $3,776 was held back
based on recent complaints.
Transportation and Mainte-
nance Supervisor Bill Lee
said there have been fewer
complaints lately.
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NOTICE OF CHANGE IN REGULATION
AFFECTING THE USE OF LAND
Washington County is considering changing the use of land w within the
area shown within the map in this advertisement. .
In accordance with the Regular Amendment Review Provisions of the
-Florida Administrative Code a Review Public Hearing will be held by
the Washington County Board of County Commissioners to solicit public
comment concerning the proposed Land Use Change/Comprehensive
Plan Amendment.
The Public Hearing to review these proposed changes will be held
on February 23, 2006 at 5:00 PM or as soon thereafter as possible.at the
County Commissioners Meeting Room, 1331 South Boulevard, Chipley,
Florida. All interested members of the public are encouraged to at-
tend. .
Information concerning the proposed land use change is available for
review at the Washington County Board of County Commissioners Of-
fice at 1331 South Boulevard, Chipley, Florida.







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LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PARCELS AFFECTED BY PRO-
POSED AMENDMENT

PARCEL M Proposed Change from Agriculture/Silviculture and
Conservation to Mixed Us,e Planned Unit Development (PUD) and
Conservation Us'. Petition for Land Use Channge Submitted by Cliff
Knauer, PE on behalf of Mark Kleimeyer, Property Owner.
The purpose of this Land Use Change/Comprehensive Plan Amend-
ment is to allow for the development of a residential subdivision and a
highway general commercial project.
The parcel is described as follows:
THE S 1/2 OF THE SW 1/4 OF SEC 23 T2N R14W AND ALL OF
THE S 1/2 OF SE 1/4 LYING EAST OF STATE ROAD 77 IN SEC 22
T2N1 RI4W WASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDA.
Contains 117.9 acres more or less.
A verbatim record of these proceedings will not be kept. It shall be
the responsibility of any person deciding to appeal any decision made by
Washington County with respect to any matter considered at this public
hearing, to insure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made.


Hiring Tanisha Cotton as a
six-hour ESE aide, person-
al leave request for Cecilia
Mongoven,
*Vernon High School:
Maternity leave for Guid-
ance Counselor Sule
Locke.
*Roulhac Middle School:,
Retirement of Gayle
DiBenedetto at end of the
school year.
*Kate M. Smith El-
ementary School: mater-
nity leave for third-grade
teacher Kelly Kunde. hir-
inn F F ihktithuti nnnnn


*WHTC: Hiring Andreas
Ward as a practical nurs-
ing instructor, hiring Hope
Granberry as a Level 7 me-
dia secretary, resignation
of Patrick Brock.
*Okeechobee: Resigna-
tion of paraprofessionals
Michael Vaccaro and Cor-
rina Campbell.
*Transportation: Resig-
nation of Chipley bus driv-
er Mary Joe Overmyer and
Vernon bus monitor Naomi
Canoy. leave of absence for
Chipley bus driver Marsha
Ann Wnrlevs


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Left to right: Superintendent Calvin StevensonVer
non High School Principal Dr. Bobbie Dawson, VHS
student Ben Keown and Washington-Holmes Techni
cal Center Director Paul Parker. Parker presents Ke
own with his prize for winning the contest to name the
new building trades academy at WHTC, the Academy
for Construction and Engineering (ACE).


The following information was taken from marriage ap-
plications furnished by the clerk office at the IWashing-
ton County Courthouse from Jan. 21 through Jan. 31.
Jessie Lee Phillips and Dawn Lavette Rogers.
Jason Matthew Batchelor
: and Brenda Gail WVhitehurst.
Stacy Eugene Wright and Emma Ruedas Carver.
Troy Joseph Gaston and Teresa Alline Bonner.


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NOTICE OF CHANGE IN REGULATION AFFECTING
THE USE OF LAND

Washington County is considering changing the use of land within the area
shown within the map in this ad\ enisenen
In accordance with the Regular Amendment Re\ iea Provisions ot the Florida
Administrative Code a Re le~, Public Heanng ill be held by the Washington
County Board of Count) Commissioners to sohiit public comment concerning the
proposed Land Use C ange'Comprehensi e Plan Amendment
The Public Hearing to review these proposed changes. \ ill be held on February
23,2006 at 5:00 PM or as soon thereafter as possible at Uie County Commissioners
Meeting Room, 1331 South Boulevard, Chipley. Florida All interested members
of the public are encouraged to attend.
Information concerning the proposed 'and use change is available for review
at the Washington County Board of Count) Commissioners Office at 331 South
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LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PARCELS AFFECTED BY PROPOSED
AMENDMENT I I" "
PARCEL B Proposed Change from Agriculture'Sil iculture to INhed Use
- Planned Use Development iPUDi. Petition for Land Lse Change Submited bN
James Southall, PE on behalf of Jon Flaig, Property Owner. .
The purpose of this Land Use Charnge/Comprehensive Plan Amendment is to
allow for die development of a mi\ed use subdiSi on
The parcel described as ollo s
THE S 1/2 OF SEC 6 T2N RIS\W WASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDA
LESS & EXCEPT THAT PORTION AS CONVEYED TO THE NORTHWEST
FLORIDA MANAGEMENT DISTRICT BY VIRTUE OF THAT SPECIAL
WARRANTY DEED RECORDED IN ORB 255.PG 2040.
THE N 1/2 OF THE NW 1/4 AND THE NW 1/4 OF THE NE 1/4 OF SEC 7
T2N R15W WASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDA.
GOVERNMENT LOTS 5,6,7,8,9,10. II, 12,13,15 & 16. LYING IN SEC
1 T2N RI6W WASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDA LESS & EXCEPT THAT
PORTIONS AS CONVEYED TO THE NORTHWEST FLORIDA WATER
MANAGEMENT DISTRICT BY VIRTUE OF THAT SPECIAL WARRANTY
DEED RECORDED IN ORB 255 PG 2040.
THE N 1/2 OF THE NW 1/4 OF THE SE 1/4 AND.THE NE 1/4 OF THE SW
1/4 OF SEC 12 T2N R16W WASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDA.
THEN 1/4OFTHENE 1 4 AND THE SE 1/4 OF THE NE 1,4 ALL LYING
NORTH AND WEST OF HWY 79 ALL LYING AND BEING IN SEC 7 T2N
R15W WASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDA Contains 876 acres more or less.
PARCEL C Proposed Change from Agriculture 'Si culture and Consersa-
tion Us.e to LoI, Density Reidential and Conserati on U e Petiuon for Land ULse-
Change Subrmitted b:, Choctasliaichee Riser Esiates. LLC. Propen Ov.ner
The purpose ot this Land Lise Change Comrprehensi-e Plan Amendment is to
allow for the development of a residential subdi ii.on.
The parcel is described as follows:
GOVERNMENT LOT #1: E 1/2 OF SW 1/4; SW 1/4 OF SE 1/4; LESS:
COMMENCE AT THE SE CORNER OF THE SW 1/4 OF THE NW 1/4 OF
SEC IE T2N R 16W RUN THEN N t0 19'4 V'E 51.45 FT, THEN N 8.15' I 7"W
LONG THE NORTH SIDE OF A GRADED ROAD A DISTANCE OF 661 50
FT THEN S 0 -4-43'\ 152FTTHENN .10 It'7"W 550 FT TO A POINT ON
THE HIGH WATER LINE OF THE CHOCTAWHATCHEE RIVER AND THE
POINT OF BEGINNING OF PARCEL TO BE DESCRIBED HEREIN. THEN
S 89.10'17"E 550 FT THEN N 0.49'43"E 152 FT THEN S 88.15'17"E ALONG
SAID ROAD 661.50 FT THEN N 0.49'43"E 1267.74 FT THEN N Sq. 1'34"W
1323.05 FT THEN S 0.57'43"W 450 FT TO A POINT ON THE HIGH WATER
LINE OF SAID RIVER, THEN SOUTHERLY ALONG THE EAST BANK OF
SAID RIVER TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. ALSO LESS: BEGINNING
AT THE NE CORNER OF SAID SW 1/4 OF SE 1/4 RUN WEST 300 FT THEN
SOUYH 726 FT THEN EAST 300 FT THEN NORTH 726 FT TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING. LYING IN SEC 18 T2N R16W. LESS LOTS SOLD AND
LESS MEADOWS LANE.
ALSO:
GOVERNMENT LOT #1: E 1/2 OF NW 1/4 OF SEC 19 T2N R16W LESS
THE S 1/2.
ALL OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PROPERTY IS LYING EAST OF THE
CHOCTAWHATCHEE RIVER AND BEING IN WASHINGTON COUNTY
FLORIDA.
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED IN THAT SURVEY BY
LEONARD F HINSON, SR. PSM #3532, DATED 02-15-05 AND DESCRIBED
AS FOLLOWS:
THE SW 1/4 OF THE SE 1/4, LESS 5 ACRES IN THE NE CORNER AND
THE E 1/2 OF THE SW 1/4 AND GOVERNMENT LOT 1 LESS LOTS SOLD,
LYING IN SEC 18 T2N R 16W OF WASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDA.
ALSO:
THE NE 1/4 OF NW 1/4 AND N 1/2 OF GOVERNMENT LOT 1 LYING IN
SEC 19 T2N R16W WASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDA. Contains 232 acres
more or less.
A verbatim record of these proceedings will not be kept. It shall be the responsi-
bility of any person deciding to appeal any decision made by Washington County
with respect to any matter considered at this public hearing, to insure that a verba-
tim record of the proceedings is made.


The following information was taken from records at the
Washington County Courthouse of unfinalized, recorded
divorce actions.
Jan. 26. Kenneth A. Wood
vs Tina Annette Cooper Kessi Wood.
Jan. 26, Edna Gainey Childers vs James L. Childers.
Jan. 27. Carol Sue Bent vs Paul Irving Bent.
Jan. 31, Sean Reprogle vs Christina Reprogle.
Feb. 1. Jerry Kornegay vs Christy Kornegay.
Feb. 6, Cal Steven Thompson
vs Gerlene C. Thompson.


NOTICE OF CHANGE IN REGULATION
AFFECTING THE USE OF LAND
Washington County is considering changing the use of land within the
area shown within the map in this ad\erusement.
In accordance with the Regular Amendment Revies Provisions of the
Flonda Administratie Code a Review Public Hearing wil be held b,
the Washmigton County Board of Countr Commissioners to solicit public
comment concerning the proposed Land Use Change;Comprehensie Plan
Amendment
The Public Hearing to review these proposed changes will be held on
February 23, 2006 at 5:00 PM or as soon thereafter as possible at the Counti
Commissioners Meeung Room, 1331 South Boulevard, Chiple). Flonda.
All interested members of the public are encouraged to attend
Information concerning the proposed land use change is a\ailjble for
review at the Washington Count) Board of County Commissioners Office
at 1331 South Boulesard. Chipley. Flonda.



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LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PARCELS AFFECTED BY PROPOSED
AME NDMENT
PARCEL D Proposed Change from Agnculrure'Siliculrure. Los\
Density Residennal and Conservation Use to Low Density Residental.
General Commercialand Conservation Use. Penton for Land Lise Change
Submntted by James Southall. PE on behalf of River Lake Land Company
and George Fleming, Property Owner.
The purpose of this Land Use Change/Comprehensi\e Plan Amendment
is to allos for the development of a mixed use residential subdi\ sion.
The parcel is described as follows:
PARCEL I: THE N I/2OFTHE SW 1/4OFTHE SW 1/4 OF SEC4 TIN
RI4W WASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDA. AND THE SE 1.4 OF THE
SW I/4 OF THE SE 1/4 OF SEC 4 TIN R14W WASHINGTON COUNTY
FLORIDA: AND THE S 1/2 OF SE 1/4 OF THE SW 1/4 OF SEC 4 TIN
R 14W WASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDA; AND THAT PORTION OF
THE NW 1/4 OF THE SW 1/4 OF SEC 4 TIN RI-W WASHINGTON
-COUNTY FLORIDA, LYING EAST OF STATE ROAD 77.
PARCEL II: THAT PORTION OF SEC 5 TIN RI4W WASHINGTON
COUNTY FLORIDA LYING EAST OF STATE ROAD 77.
Both parcels combined contain 100 acres more or less.
PARCEL F Proposed Change from Agriculture/Sdivculture Use to Low
Density Residental Use. Petition for Land Use Change Submitted b \Voy -
ager Investment Company. Proper Ow ner
The purpose of this Land Use Change'Comprehensise Plan Amendnent
is to allow for the development of a residential subdi vision
The parcel is descnbed as follows:
SURVEYOR'S DESCRIPTION- (Village of Spanish Lakes. Phase 2
SParcel A
Being a parcel of land lying n Secton 31. Township 2 North. Range 14
West. Washington County. Flonda. and being more particularly described
as follows-
COMMENCING at the Southeast comer of Lot 1, SPANISH LAKES ES-
TATES PHASE II. according to the plat thereof,. as recorded in Plat Book 3.
Page 232, of the Public Records of Washington County. Flonda. said point
also being on the westerly Right-of-Way line of County Road 279 1100 feet
wide); thence N.89"01 '36"W.. along tde southerly line of said Lot a dis-
tance of 692.46 feet to the westerly Right-of-Way line of Lucas Lake Road
i60-foot maintained Right-of-Way); thence N 2850'0J6"W'. alone said
westerly Right-of-Wa) line and along the westerly lines of Lots I. I-A and
2 of said SPANISH LAKE ESTATES PLHSE II. a distance of 334 64 feet
to the intersection of said westerly Right-of-Wa, line and the sesterly line
ot said SPANISH LAKES ESTATES, PHASE II; thence N 27-36'04"W.
along said westerly Right-of-Was line. a distance of 248.00 feet: thence
S 62'23'52"W.. a distance of 60.00 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING:
Thence N S8'32'55"W., a distance of 980.27 feet.
Thence N.01"'27'05"E., a distance of 139.96 feet.
Thence N 45"03'34"W. a distance of 374.10 feet:
Thence N. 12'35'27"W., a distance of 70.37 feet,
Thence N.40'32'00"W.. a distance of 225 00 feet,
Thence N 49'28'00-E.. a distance of 250 00 feet.
Thence N.28-33'56"W, a distance of 168.67 feet.
Thence N 44"56'36"W a distance of I17.82 feet:
Thence N.59"53'40"W. a distance of 134.71 feet:
Thence N.81 20'54"W. a distance of 179.04 feet:
Thence N.17 18'50"E a distance of 271 97 feet to the southerly Right-
of-Wa\ line of said Lucas Lake Road;
Thence S72: 41L05E., along said southerly Right-of-Way line, a
distance of 767.61 feet to the Point of Curvature of a circular curve con-
case southSwesterl,. ha ing a radius of 370.00 feet and a chord that bears
S 4928'03E 291.73 feet:
Thence Southeasterls. along the arc of said curve to the right, through a
central angle of 46'26"04-". a distance of 299.87 feet to the Point of Tan-
.genc)
Thence S.26 15'01 "'E., a distance of 132 08 feet to the Point of Curvature
of a circular curse concave northeasterly. having a radus of 979.60 feet and
a chord that bears S. 3 19' 17"E., 241.18 feet.
Thence Southeasterly, along the arc of said curse to the left, through a
central angle of 14'08 31". a distance of 241.79 feet to the Point of Tan-
gency;
Thence S.40" 3'33"E., a distance of 200.05 feet to the Point of Curvature
of a circular cur-e concave southwesterly. ha ing a radius of 1390.00 feet
and a chord that bears S.33 59'48"E 309.69 feet:
Thence Southeasterly. along the arc of said curve to the right, through a
central angle of 12'4 729". a distance of 310.33 feet to the Point of Tan-
gency;
Thence S.27"36'04"E. a distance of 304 32 feet to the Point of Begin-
ning.
Contains 25,33 acres more or less.'.
A verbatim record of these proceedings will not be kept. It shall be the
responsibility of an, person deciding to appeal any decision made by Wash-
ington County w ith respect to an matter considered at this public hearing,
to insure that a \erbjtlm record of the proceedings is made.














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Wednesday, February 15, 2006, Washington County News, 5A


This information is a
matter of public record and
was taken from the Wash-
ington County Courthouse
docket for Feb. 7, 2006.

Arraignment Hearings
*Adams, David Ray;
transferred to county
court.
*Bailey, Matthew Allen;
missile into dwelling, ve-
hicle, building or aircraft;
notice of discovery and
Brady demand, pled not
guilty; pretrial set for 4/18.
*Berka, Bryan Lee; petit
theft (third offense), reck-
less driving; motion to con-
solidate; case transferred to
case 06-033CF as count II;
transferred to another court;
pretrial set for 4 18.
*Berry Jason Travis;
grand theft; pled not guilty;
filed for indigent status;
pretrial set for 4/18.
*Bolton, Lisa Renee;
animals-cause cruel death,
pain and suffering; pled
not guilty; pretrial set for
2/28.
*Bowers, Kenny; sell
cocaine (four counts); pled
not guilty; notice of dis-
covery.
*Campbell, Donaldson
Ricardo; arraignment set
for 2/13; transfer to county
court.
*Carter, Kimberly Lee;
grand theft, petit theft;
pled not guilty; pretrial set
for 4/18.
*Creamer, Bruce Allen;
possession of listed chemi-
cal with intent to manufac-
ture controlled substance;
pretrial set for 2/28.
*Creamer, James; pos-
session of listed chemicals
with intent to manufacture
controlled substance; pled
not guilty; pretrial set for
4/18.
*Dean, Kelvin Sharone;
possession cocaine ,with
intenftq ell, manqfact'ure,
deliver; possession qf
marijuana; arraignment set


for 3/7.
*Denson, Renford Sr.;
possession of cocaine with
intent to sell, manufacture
or deliver; pled not guilty;
arraignment set for 4/18.
*Driesbach, Chandler
Dean; possession of co-
caine, possession and/or
use of drug paraphernalia;
arraignment set for 3/7.
*Ellis, Jimmy Joe;
armed burglary of dwell-
ing structure/conveyance,
grand theft; pled not
guilty.
*Ellis, Regena 0.; battery
of person detained in pris-
on or jail; pled not guilty;
pretrial set for 4/18.
*Evans Odell; possession
of cocaine with intent to
sell, manufacture, deliver;
pled not guilty; pretrial set
for 4/18.
*Groover, Donald Fred-
erick; evidentiary hearing
set for 3/14.
*Harris, Juan Delauren-
tif; unarmed burglary of
structure, conveyance; ar-
raignment set for 3/7.
*Holly, Jo Anne; aggra-
vated assault with deadly
weapon; pled not guilty;
pretrial set for 4/18; VOP
hearing set for 2/14.
*Horn, Matthew Lee;
arraignment set for 2/14;
transferred to county court.
*Horst, Stacie Bryanne;
possession of metham-
phetamine, marijuana, and
possession or use of drug
paraphernalia; pretrial set
for 2/28.
*Jackson, Samuel
Wayne; aggravated battery
on pregnant woman; pled
not guilty; pretrial set for
4/18.
Johnson, Fred; posses-
sion of cocaine with intent
to sell, manufacture, de-
liver, etc.; arraignment set
for 3/7.
:Keeton, Summer Katie;
carrygg a concealed fire-
arm; possession Of meth-
amphetamine, possession


COMMUNITY.NEWS


Nosferatu'
at VHS in April
The Vernon High School
drama class will present
its Spring production of
Nosferatu: The Legend of
Dracula by L. Don Swartz'
in April 2006.
This is the ninth year the
class will take its show on
the road, and this year's
play, produced through
special arrangement with
Eldridge Publishing Com-
pany, promises to be one of
the largest productions in.
the class's recent history. ,
There are 22 char-
acters who appear in
two primary sets and
three secondary sets
while on the VHS stage.
Watch for future an-
nouncements that will list


the performance dates and
ticket information.

One Day at a
Time' meets
"One Day at a Time"
(ODAT) Health Group will
meet from 7-8 p.m. Tues-
day, Feb. 28, at the House
of Prayer Worship Center
located at 763 West Bou-
levard in Chipley (behind
Qne-Stop and Vo-Tech).
SMeetings, held the last
Tuesday of each month,
are open to all members
of the community (ages
16 and over) who want
to improve their overall
health. Pre-registration is
not required.
For more information,
contact Alfred Finney at
638-3514 or 638-3922.


In Loving Memory of
Charlie Robertson
Sept. 18, 2001 Feb. 3, 2006
















Died by a hit-and-run driver in front of our
home on Douglas Ferry Road Friday night,
February 3 at 9:50 p.m. He was a family pet
loved and sorely missed by his master and fam-
ily. He also left behind his sweetheart and son.


Free cabbage
plants offered
Florida third-graders
who would like to grow
a vegetable plant can get
fiee cabbage plants from a
Union Springs, Ala., com-
pany.
Florida Agriculture
and Consumer Services
Commissioner Charles
H. Bronson made the an-
nouncement of free cab-
bage plants Jan. 30. He:
said the company, Bonnie
Plant Farm, will deliver
the plants to any school in
Florida whose third-grade
students want to learn the
importance of agriculture
to the nation. The variety
being offered an O.S.
Cross produces heads
up to 50 pounds, which


should be interesting to
young students.
Each student participat-
ing in the experience will
also receive, gardening
instructions for cabbage
plants and other vegetable
crops, as well. "I salute
Bonnie Plant Farm for its
efforts in teaching young
students the importance of
agriculture in this country,"
Bronson said.
The company is offer-
ing a $1,000 scholarship
in Florida. The winner will
be selected in a random
drawing. Schools with
students who are inter-
ested in participating in
the program may call 1-
800-345-3384, by Feb. 15,
or request plants online at
www.bonnieplants.com by:
that date.


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Planning Commission of the City of
Chipley, Florida, will conduct a Public Hear-
ing in the City Hall Council Chambers, at 1442
Jackson Avenue, on Tuesday, February 28, 2006
at 5:15 p.m. The purpose of the hearing is to
review and consider the following request:
S1. Request for Land Use Change: From Low
Density Residential to Neighborhood Com-
mercial. Location: 1292 Brickyard Road. Parcel
00-2186-0002. Petitioner: Mr. Hal Gore,Jr.
The subject property is more specifically des-
ignated in the map reflected herein.












All citizens and interested parties are encour-
aged to attend the public hearing. Any inqui-
ries regarding the hearing or any person re-
quiring a special accommodation because of
a disability or physical impairment, including
speech or hearing impairments, should con-
tact the city Administrator's Office at least (3)
calendar days prior to the hearing.
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Engineer Inspector
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or use of drug parapherna- ed felon; pled not guilty; *Currington, 'Rufus Dan- substitution of counsel, no-
lia; pled not guilty; pretrial pretrial set for 4/18. iel; VOP (four counts); tice of appearance, notice
set for 4/18. *Shideler, Nigel James; drug offender conditions of discovery.
*Koch, Bryan Alan; pos- carrying a concealed first year, community con- -Speights, William Jr.;
session of marijuana with weapon; arraignment set trol for two years on all VOP/community control
intent to sell, manufacture, for 3/7. counts. plea (two counts); commu-
deliver, etc.; pled not *Smith, Scott Allen; *Finch, James R.; lewd/ nity control II for balance.
guilty. *Stanley, Stephen Mat- lascivious battery victim previous conditions re-im-
*Laney, Chase Harrell; thew; driving while license 12 15 years old; eviden- posed, community control

second degree arson; grand suspended death/serious tiary hearing set for 3/14. for both counts.
theft auto (three counts), injury; pled not guilty. *Golden, Richard E.; no *Wright, Kevin Eugene;
first degree arson dwell- -Stanley, Violet Massey; action taken, bench warrant executed;
ing building with people possession of controlled *Hallman, James Kevin; VOP/community control
present; grand larceny; substance w/o prescription, no action taken. plea; additional 100 hours
burglary of structure (two possession or use of drug eHorton, Jason Michael; community service, previ.
counts); pretrial set for paraphernalia; pled not driving while license sus- ous conditions re-imposed.
4/18. guilty; pretrial set for 4/18. pended or revoked, pos- drivers license suspended
*Lebron, Jessica Marie; *Stiebel, Shaunta; battery session of controlled sub- for two years; 400 hours
battery on detention staff on detention staff/juvenile stance w/o prescription; community service.
juvenile probation officer; probation officer; pled not evidentiary hearing set for Sentencings
pled not guilty; pretrial set guilty; pretrial set for 4/18. 3/14. *Everett, Spencer Jr.;
for 4/18. *Thomas, Donnell; rob- *March, William Walter, confined to county jail for
*McMillan, Bobby bery with firearm, aggra- Jr.; uttering a forged instru- five months and five days
Wayne; possession of vated battery with deadly ment; evidentiary hearing with credit for five months
methamphetamine, mari- weapon, grand theft, pos- set for 3/14. and five days time served,
juana and possession or session or use of drug par- *McReynolds, Steven A.; community control for two
use of drug paraphernalia; aphernalia, possession of reckless driving, driving years, care evaluation and
pled not guilty. marijuana; pled not guilty; while license suspended, op treatment; zero toler.
*Nettles, Larry Bryant; pretrial set for 4/18. resist arrest w/o violence, ance.
aggravated battery with *Torres, Jazmin; grand alter plate validation *Jackson, Richard A.;
deadly weapon,4possession larceny (two counts); pre- sticker;. minimum con- entered not guilty plea.
or use of drug parapherna- trial set for 4/18. finement in prison for one verdict of guilty, adjudi.
lia; driving while license *Worley, John D.; year, six months, credit cated guilty; confined to
suspended or revoked, robbery/home invasion for seven months, 24 days prison for five years with
reckless driving, flee at- with firearm/other deadly time served for count one; no credit for time served.
tempt to elude; pled not weapon, grand larceny, count two, confine prison assessed $1,020, assessed
guilty; pretrial set for 4/18. battery to cause bodily for eleven months 29 days, CF-ADDL PUB DEF
*Newcomb, Everett Wal- harm; pled not guilty; pre- community service, credit $300, assessed CF-PD
lace Jr.; arraignment set for trial set for 4/18. for 11 months, 29 days APPL fee $40, all due 2/7
2/13; transferred to county Pretrial Hearings time served; count three, on count one.
court. -Anderson, Thomas Jay; confine to prison for one *Jackson, Richard A.;
*Noble, Michael Scott; sale or delivery of con- year six months with credit battery on detention facil
*Odom, Robert Neil; trolled substance; pretrial for seven months 24 days ity employee w/ fluids;
driving under the influ- set for 2/28. time served; count four, trial set for 3/20.
ence, driving while license .Noble, Michael Scott; confined to prison for one Motion Hearings
suspended; pled not guilty; no action taken; transferred year, six months with sev- -Prater, Angela, E.;
pretrial set for 4/18. to another court. en months 24 days credit Possession of controlled
*Oliver, Calvin Patrick; VOP Hearings for time served, substance w/o prescrip-
selling cocaine; pled not *Avant, Clint Anthony; *Sharpe, Daniel T.; op- tion; motion hearing set
guilty. dealing in stolen prop- eration vehicle w/o valid for 3/14.
*Owens, Daniel Patrick; erty, forgery (four counts); license, possession of con- Hearings
burglary of structure bench warrant executed; trolled substance, reckless -Phelps, Jonathan David;
grand theft auto, second VOP hearing set for 2/28. driving damage to property driving while license sus-
degree arson, first degree *Carroll, Rocky Austin; or person; reinstate proba- pended; no action taken.
arson/building with people possession of controlled tion; cash bond refunded to 'Sellers, William Earl;
present; pretrial set for substance w/o prescription, depositor. no action taken.
4/18. possession of prescription *Simmons, Elmer -Smith, Edward Her
.*Porter, ack; possession drug ;iw/6 prescription; T.;VOP (two -cD:uts);; la;!;, ,aggravated battery
ofmarijuanjian, poIsessioniof!1 evidemiatryi hearing seti fotr emotion of substitution of with ,firearm;. pretrial set .,,
weapon/ammo by convict- 3/14. counsel, order granting for 4/18.









6A, Washington County News, Wednesday, February 15, 2006

CHS Band lights up Troy concert


The Chipley High
School Symphonic Band
performed on February
4, 2006, as the final of
four featured high school
bands at the 33rd Annual
Southeastern United States
(SEUS) Concert Band
Clinic at Troy University
in Troy, Alabama.
The CHS Band per-
formed before a full house
on the stage of Troy Uni-
versity's Claudia Crosby
Theater.
Many of those in at-
tendance traveled from
Chipley to support the
band, including CHS Band
parents and friends, and
nearly 60 members of the
Roulhac Middle School
Band along with their
director, Allan Williams.
The rest of the audience
included high school and
college band directors and
students from all over the
Southeast who took ad-
vantage of the opportunity
to see and hear one of the
outstanding small school
band programs from our
state.
The other bands featured
over the three-day SEUS
Clinic were Fayette Coun-
ty (GA) High School, Ft.
Payne (AL) High School,
Jeff Davis High School
(Hazelhurst, GA), and the
host Troy University Sym-
phony Band.'
Richard Davenport di-
rects the 50-member CHS
Symphonic Band. Ac-
cording to Mr. Davenport,
'This performance was a
real honor for our school
and a fitting recognition
the tradition of excel-
lence that the CHS Band
has maintained over the
last several years. I am
very proud of what these
student musicians have ac-
complished, as illustrated
by the superb performance
in Troy on Saturday. The


ID theft a concern
The Washington County
Sheriff's Office would like
to remind everyone to be
careful of identity theft.
Reports of local scams are
coming into the sheriff's
department and everyone
is asked to keep the follow-
ing in mind: If it sounds
too good to be true, it is.
If someone calls wanting
your routing number and
checking account number,
do not give it to them. One
of the scams taking place
is travel agencies calling
wanting to give frequent
flyer miles for the frequent
activity on your checking
account. They will ask for
your routing number and
checking account number
to verify your account.
Once you provide them
with the information, your
account will be targeted.
*Another example would
be if you get a call stating
you have won the Cana-
dian lottery. The caller will
ask you to send them a per-
centage of the winnings to
start the necessary paper-
work. All they are after is
your money. This isbeing
circulated on the Internet.
*Another recently report-
ed scam involves a female
caller who identifies herself
as a Christian with a short


Composer David Holsinger talks with the band aft
their performance of his work entitled "On An Am
ican Spiritual" in Troy on Saturday.


band not only represented
our community and school-
in the best possible manner,
but the state of Florida at
the this event."
The band learned of the
invitation to perform last
July, and began working on
the music for the concert in
late October. The band's
trip to Troy has been made
possible through the gener-
ous efforts and support of
the Chipley Band Parents,
Washington County School
Board, Community South
Crediit'lnion, and several


time to live. She states that
she would like to leave her
estate worth a little less
than a million dollars to
someone who will put it
to good use in the church.
The caller requests a sum
of money be: forwarded to
her to handle attorney fees.
Once the money is sent,*
you will not be contacted
again.
*Another scam taking-
place has been traced as
far away as Texas where
the caller states that he/she
represents your mortgage
company. The caller says
that the mortgage has been
sold to another company
for which they provide you
an address to forward your
mortgage or other loan
payment.
According to informa-
tion received, individuals
have actually lost their
property because they
thought the caller was le-
gitimate.
Be careful of...
*Internet purchases.
Make sure all information
provided to the company
is on a secure encrypted
network. Be aware of pir-
chases from sites such as
EBay. Make sure the peo-
ple you are buying from
have a history of positive
feedback.
*When using your credit


individual donors.


The CHS Band now
turns to the remainder of its
busN spring schedule. be-
ginning with District Solo
& Ensemble Asssssment
on February 10 at the Bap-
tist College of Florida, and-
the District Concert Band
Assessment hosted by CHS
on March 10. In the midst
of these performances,
these outstanding students
will be maintaining their
rigorous academic studies,
including the FCAT in the
Sicoming weeks.. -


cards, be careful; Destroy
any carbon copies of credit
card receipts.
*Do not give out your
credit card number, PIN
number, or checking ac-
count number to solicitors.
Be sure the people you are
dealing with are reputable.
*Do riot get conned into
receiving any packages
and forwarding them to
another location. Con art-
ists will use unsuspecting,
people to assist them in a
scam.
Scam reported in Jackson
County
Jackson County Sheriff
John P. McDaniel says his
office' has received: com-
plaints from citizens about
sca'"The latest is a mail
scam where the company
sends a letter and check
to you and states that you
have won a large amount
of money in the Canadian
lottery. The checks have
been found to be counter-
feit," he explained.
"If ou receive such a
letter from any company
promising you have won
some money, it is probably
a scam," he added.


Washington County ar-
rest report dated Feb. 6 to
Feb. 13.

*Barfield, Johnny Lee,
w/m, 59: Chipley; VOP;
arrested 2/10.
*Barrow, Ronald Keith,
w/m, 45; Chipley; VOP

2/12.
*Bennett, Mark Alan,
w/m, 27; Chipley; attached
tag not assigned, no motor
vehicle registration; ar-
rested 2/11.
*Breeding, James R., w/
m, 33; Greenwood, Del.;

2/6.
SBrown, Barbara Faye,
w/f, 39; Hazel Green, Ala.;
failure to appear (two
counts); arrested 2/6.
SBrown, Frederick Lynn,
b/m, 36; Vernon; VOP (two
counts); arrested 2/12.
*Brown, Leeman L., b/m,
31; Lakeland; no charges
listed; arrested 2/9.
*Byrd, E4die Joe, w/m,
30; DeFuniak Springs;
VOP; arrested 2/10.
*Calloway, Willie Roy, b/
m, 51; Quincy; no charges
listed; arrested 2/12.
*Campbell, Kendrick
Tyron, b/m, 34; Vernon;
ter fraud-insufficient funds
er- check (two counts); ar-
rested 2/9.
*Cao, Chinh Truong, o/
m, 32; Destin; no charges


What looked like a
legitimate purchase on
eBay, turned into another
in a long list of frauds and
scams that are reported to
the Washington County
Sheriff's Office daily. A
local resident who assumed
he was purchasing an item
through eBay, was actually
scammed out of more than
$4,000..
To purchase kle
item from the eBay site, the
seller asked the money be
sent via Western Union to
an overseas location. After
the money was sent, the
resident quickly learned
that he had been scammed.
These incidents are increas-
ing rapidly with the dramat-
ic rise in online shopping
and the false sense of secu-
rity some feel when making
a purchase through a large
company such as eBay.
When shopping with


listed; arrested 2/9.
*Dawn, William Eric,
w/m, 25; Panama City; lar-
ceny; arrested 2/7.
*Enochs, Richard Odell
Jr., w/m, 38; no address
listed; no tag attached,
driving while license sus-
pended; arrested 2/12.
*Golladay, Erin Noel,
w/f, 34; Lake Worth; child
support; arrested 2/13.
*Gomillion, Earl Hugh,
w/m, 37; Panama City;
battery (two counts); ar-
rested 2/11.
*Groover, Donald Fred-
erick, w/m, 25; Chipley;
no charges listed; arrested
2/6.
*Holland, Daniel Lamar,
w/m, 30; Chipley; con-
tempt of court; arrested
2/12.
*H;'' o-rd, Jeremy Pat-
rick, w/ni', Panama City
Beach; no cij.:ges listed;
arrested 2/6.
*Johnson, Dor. serious
Lamonta, b/m, 22; Andalu-
sia, Ala.; larceny; arrested
2/7.
*Johnson, Sirnel Dervon,
b/m, 25; Enterprise, Ala.;
possession of marijuana
with intent to sell, manu-
facture, deliver, etc.; ar-
rested 2/6.
*Klaczkowski, Narlyn,
w/f, 27; Bonifay; no charg-
es listed; arrested 2/8.
*Marcum, Cheryl Lynn,
w/f, 45, Chipley; fraud-


any online marketplace,
remember you are not deal-
ing with the company, but:
rather individuals.
As with any purchases,
there is an increased risk
of being scammed anytime
you send money through
wire transfers because of
the difficulty in tracking
the recipient of the money.
One of the most prevalent.
online shopping, s.nam is,
large items such as tractors,
cars, boats, etc. for sale for
significantly less than their
value. Anytime the item be-
ing sold is too good to be
true, it probably is.
Along with the possibil-
ity to buy an item for well
below it's worth, often sell-
ers will pressure you to "act
quickly" or hint they have.,
many other customers wait-
ing to buy the item.
Always question why
the seller is so motivated


insufficient funds check;
arrested 2/9.
*McNutt, Alan Derek, w/
m, 43 Seminole; no charge.
es listed; arrested 2/9.
*Michels, Karl Aric, w/
m, 32; Denium Springs.
La.; VOP; arrested 2/11.
*Nadery,Thomas Eugene.
w/m, 19; Chipley; driving
while license suspended;
arrested 2/10.
*Nellums, William Jo.
seph, w/m 25; Chipley;
possession of controlled
substance
w/o prescription; ar.
rested 2/12.
*Padgett, Reo; w/m, 34;
Chipley; no charges listed;
arrested 2/8.
*Perez, Vladimir, w/m.
39; Tampa; no charges
listed; arrested 2/6.
*Ponds, Wadis. Melvin.
b/m, 44; Bonifay; driving
while license suspended;
arrested 2/10.
*Rhynes, Oscar Lee, b/m.
69; Chipley; dealing in sto.
len property; arrested 2/13.
*Russell, Sean Robert,w/
m, 28 no address listed;
no cha :es listed; arrested
2/6.
*SSmith, .dward Her-
man, w/m, 76; Bonifay;
no charges listed; arrested
2/6.
*Woods, Claude Lee, w/
m, 37; Riverdale, Ga.; no
charges listed; arrested 2/6.


to sell the item and beware
of any seller asking you to
pay with money transfers
or selling items from over
seas.
Being alert is your best
weapon against falling vic-
tim to these scams. Never
give out any personal infor
nation over the telephone
or through your email. If
you- :receive an.eemail ask-
ing you .to click oih.a lini, k
to your financial institution
beware. This is a common
way thieves lure .you to a
fake site that appears to
be legitimate. After log.
going on, your username
and password is now in the
hands of thieves.
If you feel you are a vic-
tim of a scam or would like
to' drept suspicious activity.
please contact the Washing.
ton County Sheriff's Office
Investigation Division at
(850) 638-6121.


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MEETING
Continued from page 1A
thrived and learned at the
center. Christina Wheeler
earns all A's and B's in
school, and told the Board
to "keep on doing a good
thing, and we thank you
for it."
Pelletier also introduced
Rose Marie Baxter, liaison
with Florida Literacy.

Coletti retires
It was also a day to
thank Dan Colletti for his
valuable work managing
emergency shelters in the
county. Colletti is retiring
after more than 12 years on
the job.
EMA Director Roger
Dale Hagan praised Co-
letti for taking a program
that was less than effective
and staffing and organiz-
ing it to shelter those in
need. Hagan also praised
Coletti for his "calm and
peace," and noted that "he
is usually the first person
we call."
"He's been a great ser-
vant to Washington County
and we're going to miss
him."

Jail expansion update
The Board also heard
an update on the precon-
struction phase of the
expansion of the county
jail. Steve Christopher of
Peter Brown Construction,
which is building the ad-
dition, said that the cost
of work is being affected
by "unprecedented" price
increases in the construc-
tion field. The cost of
concrete has .increased
60-70 percent, and other
material has also increased
in cost. The cost of wiring
and plumbing has tripled
over the :past three ,years..
Even dlaborA in, the'.,form~ ,
of subcontractors is hard
to find, as there is still so
much steady work on the
Gulf coast.
The layout of the expan-
sion has also led to com-
plications in construction
and higher costs. Much
custom work will be nec-
essary, so standard forms
cannot be used. "There
is no economy of scale,"
Christopher said. There
have been many changes
to the project as well. The
original estimate of about
$350,000 has risen to about
$530,000. Christopher said
the project was 100 percent
ready to build.
Sheriff Bobby Had-
dock said this was the first
time he had a chance to
see the figures, and asked
the Board to table further
discussion. Haddock said
he would look at other op-
tions and come back at the
March 22 meeting. He said
that there was enough room
at the jail for now and the
safety of the county was
not being compromised.
The Board tabled further
discussion.

In other business, the.
Board:
*Approved the Consent
Agenda as printed in the
Washington County News.
*Heard that the Sunny
Hills MSBU board of di-
rectors was separated from
the advisory committee on
January 5, and the move
was sent to County At-
torney Gerald Holley for
review. Plans are to submit
proposals to voters who
live in the Sunny Hills sec-


tion of Precinct 15 on vari-
ous issues.
A citizen who attended
the Board meeting ex-
pressed concern over the
MSBU. He said that it was
the only MSBU or MSTU
in the state where the co-
ordinator was not a vol-
unteer. Sunny Hills MSBU
Coordinator Glen Zanetic
is elected and paid, and
his term of office ends in


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It was a day to thank Dan Colletti for his valuable,
work managing emergency shelters in the county.
Colletti is retiring after more than 12 years on the job.
Here he receives a plaque of appreciation from Board
Chairman Jerry Sapp.


2009. The citizen raised a
number of questions about
accountability, as well as
whether the "10,000 or
so property owners" have
been properly informed of
the issues. He said that a
number of citizens would
like to see a reelection for
the coordinator's posi-
tion, maintaining that the
most recent election was
not handled "squarely or
fairly."
Sunny Hills Civic As-
sociation President Janet
Jones said that the coordi-
nator was reelected recent-
ly according to the bylaws,
and that the person who
planned to oppose Zanetic
did not qualify. She said
the association has open
meetings and their time
and place are well known.
Lou Tracy defended the
work done in Sunn\ Hills
by the MSBU'. "Nothing
has been more beneficial
that the MSBU," Tracy
said. "Any resident who
says otherwise is either
blind does not have their
eyes open." Tracy went on
to describe improvements
done by the MSBU, in-
cluding paving 80 percent
of the roads, providing fire
hydrants, and having an
excellent fire department.
"Glen has done a great
job, whether you agree
or disagree. That a small
minority doesn't see that
is too bad. We need to get
politics out of it."
*Heard County Engineer
Cliff Knauer of Preble-
Rish note that under the
"dusty roads' legislation
in 1999-2000 Northwest
Florida counties can pave
dirt roads without going
through an excessive per-
mitting process. This has
also enabled the County
to reduce erosion and
sediment runoff into lo-
cal streams by paving dirt
roads.
Knauer reported that el-
ements within the state De-
partment of Environmental
Protection are attempting
to reestablish control over
all aspects of paving. The
Board approved sending


'a letter to State Sen. Du-
rell Peaden and State Rep.
Don Brown opposing this
move.
*Heard Knauer give up-
dates on a number of road
projects. More details on.
road projects and other
county work will be in the
Profile 2006 edition next
Wednesday.
*Authorized a fee in-
crease for USSI for clean-
ing the Health Department
building and told the de-
partment to deal directly
with the contractor.
*Approved appointing
Max Wells to the Industrial
Development Board.
*Approved granting an
easement to Martin Johns
for property near Daniels
Lake.
SApproved completing
deeding 20 acres where the
Vernon Sportsplex is locat-
ed to the City of Vernoni.
*Approved bidding out
the surveying for the pro-
posed equestrian center
and RV park at Daniels
Lake after estimates from
Southeast Surveying came
in at what was considered a
very high price.
*Approved the ongoing
contract with Ecology and
Environment to do training
for the EMA pending ar-
rival of grants.
*Heard from Commis-
sioner Ronnie Finch that
the state is dropping four-
laning of Hwy. 77 north of
I-10. The Board approved
a resolution to get Hwy.
77 into the state five-year
work plan and to move for-
ward on the four-laning.
-Approved hiring part-
time help for the Extension
Office for the Youth Fair.
*Approved a resolution
supporting Albert Davis
for the board of Northwest
Florida Water Management
District.
*Declared an emergency
so County Administrator
Peter Herbert could contact
several surveying firms to
get prices to survey the
Mud Hill remediation proj-
ect. The price provided by
Southeast Survey was con-
sidered a high price.


I, Donna Farmer, DBA Miss Fix It Home
Improvements, would like to let all my friends
and customers know that due to a medical
condition, I will not be able to continue my
services for at least two years. Thank you for
all the support and believing in me. A special
thanks to the NW Florida Hospital ER for
their services and saving my life. God Bless
and I will keep in touch.

WASHINGTON COUNTY
TRANSPORTATION DISADVANTAGED
COORDINATING BOARD MEETING
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2006 10:00 AM
ADMINISTRATION BUILDING
Commissioner's Meeting Room
1331 SOUTH BLVD. CHIPLEY, FL
Public in invited to attend in compliance with the
American Disabilities Act, reasonable modifications for
access call D. McKenzie 850-595-8910 48 Hours Advance


COUNCIL
Continued from page 1A
chase made in the excess of
$1,500, with the exception
of an emergency situation,
go before the Council for
approval. The motion died
due to a lack of a second.
Council approved the
following:
*Minutes of Jan. 23 meet-
ing and Jan. 26 workshop.
*Approved payment of


bills.
*A new hearing for Ordi-
nance 06-176 (Mediacom)
*An adjustment to the
utility bill of Lisa Logden
and John Davidson.
*To set a workshop date
to determine qualifications
of public works position
after the election to al-
low input from new board
members.
*To table personnel poli-
cy revisions until after the
election.


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Bobby Law appeared
before the board to ask
permission to put in a
driveway on Hillcrest
Circle and to divide lots to
put doublewide trailers on.
Adkison advised him to
go before the Washington
County Planning Commis-
sion to get approval.
Information on project
updates from Baskerville-
Donovan in the Weekend
Edition.


I COMMUNITY NEWSS


Chipley Woman's
Club meets
The Chipley Woman's
Club met on Wednesday,
February 8, for its monthly
luncheon meeting, with
president, Dorothy Clarke,
presiding.
Olin Gilbert, Assistant
Director of the Washing-
ton-Holmes Vocational
Technical Center, spoke
to clubmembers on new
programs in progress at the
school, and emphasized
the value of education in
improving the quality of
life of the students.
President Clarke thanked
Sybil Compton, Reports
chairman, and all who as-
sisted in the preparation
of state reports to Florida
Federation of Women's
Clubs headquarters.
She reported that in the
year 2005 our club report-
ed 113 programs/projects,
and donated 1,383 hours
and $9,719.00 in goods
contributed to implement
those projects and pro-
grams.
Donations were accept-


Fax news to
850-638-4601


ed by the International Af-
fairs Department chairman,
Elaine Engram, for an
ongoing project to supply
water filters to third-world
countries, and by Kathleen
Rogers, Operation Smile
chairman, for the project
to assist in operations for
children with facial defor-
mities.
Home Life chairman,
Linda Anderson, asked for
volunteers to assist in the
annual 'Washington County
Youth Fair, and members
were urged to continue
sewing pillows for breast
cancer patients.
Announcement was


made, by Carla Yates.
chairman, that the Educa-
tion Department has donat-
ed 20 Girl Scout T-shirts to
a local scout troop.
Janet Walls, chairman of
the Public Affairs Depart.
ment, announced plans for
a tour of historical.homes
on April 23, and for a Hur-
ricane Preparedness pro-
gram to be presented to the
community by Jason Kel-
ley of Channel 7 in May.
Plans for the District 2
FFWC Arts Festival to be
held in Chipley on Febru-
ary 25 were given by the
Arts Department chairman,
Catherine Nelson.


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WASHINGiTL NCOUNTYJYOUTHLFAIR


Crimestoppers offering reward


for bomb caller to HCHS


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Micah Munson and her pigs, Mrs. Betsy and Henny, LynnZee Webb prepares to weight in her pigs, Honda
prepare for weighing in for the Youth Fair. and Toyata. below: Lynn Zee (Junior Miss Washing-
ton County) had a small accident in the pig pen. her
The annual Washington 7:00 p.m.: Goat exposi- mother, Diane, said she never looked more beautiful.


On February 3 a bomb
threat was called into Hol-
mes County High School,
at approximately 9:20
a.m. The school personnel
immediately began evacu-:
ation procedures and noti-
fied law enforcement.
The Bonifav Police De-
partment. Holmes County
Sheriff's Department :and
Bonifav Fire/Rescue all
responded to the school..
The school was evacuated,
and bomb-sniffing canines
were called to check the
building for any explosive
or incendiary devices.
The Bay County
Sheriff's Department and
Tyndall Air Force Base,
both responded "with their,
canines in order to perform'
a more efficient search.


Once the building was de-
termined to be safe it was
turned back over to school
officials.
The ,case is being in-
vestigated by the Bonifay
Police Department who
are working with officials
from Sprint. Crimestop
pers of Holmes County is
offering a reward for in-
foqration concerning this
threat.
Anyone 'with informa
tion thatleads to the arrest
of the individuals) respon-
sible for this crime-is eli,
gible for a cash reward. All
callers to Crimestoppers
remain anonymous and the
information is forwarded
directly to the appropriate
law enforcement agency
Call 1-866-689-TIPS.


County Youth Fair will
be held February 21-25 at
the Washington County Ag
SCenter:in Chipley. Here is
the schedule of events.


Tuesday, February 21
8:00 a.m.,i-6:00 p.m.: Set
up Club oriOrganizational
Exhibits (East Wing)
8:00 a.mx.:- 6:00 p.m.:
Classroom Projects &
Academic Displays (East
Wing)


Wednesday, February 22,
8:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m:
Booth Seteup (East Wing)
2:00 p.h. 6:00 p.m:
Check -in youth entries
except livestock. (Main


tion (livestocK arena)
9:00 p.m.: Record books
due


Friday, February 24
8:00 a.m. 8:00 p.m.:
Fair open
9:00 a.m. noon:
School tours
1:00 p.m.: 4-H/FFA
livestock judging contest
(livestock arena)
4:30 p.m.: Dairy show
(livestock arena)
6:00 p.m.: Market hog
show (livestock arena)


Saturday, February 25
8:00 a.m. 8:00 p.m
8:00 p.m.: Fair open
Old Fashioned Day all


Auditorium) day
9:30 a.m: Beef show
Thursday, February 23 (livestock arena)
8:00 a.m..L 4:00 p.m.: 1:00 p.m.: Rabbit show
Exhibit judging (west wing)
3:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m: 6:00 p.m.: Livestock
!S-,ine chec.i: a, d weigh. Saq,(liypstock arena)
in a ,I :,0, p.m. 8:00' Im.|

4:30 p.m. -' 6:00 p.m.: Entry pick-up
Beef check .Ihnd weigh: 6:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m.:
including mandatory Poultry and rabbit entry
health certificates. pick-up
6:00 p.m: Livestock ex-
hibitor meeting (livestock Monday, February 27
arena) 8:00 a.m. 3:30 p.m:
6:0: p.m. 8:00 p.m.: Pick up entries
Fair open



Surplus food


Rec signups
Chipley Parks and Recreation Department baseball
registration: .
Dixie Youth ages 9 12: Any player whose ninth
birthday falls prior to May 1, and any player whose 13th
birthday falls on or after May I is eligible.
Dixie Boys ages 13 15: Any player whose 13th
birthday falls prior to May 1, and any player whose 15th
birthday falls on or after May 1. is eligible.
Dixie Softball: Any player whose ninth birthday falls
prior to June 1, and any player whose 15th birthday
falls on or after May 1. Registration dates are as fol.
lows: Through Friday, Feb. 17. from 3 5 p.m. Saturday
Feb. 18, registration will be held at the old Chipley High
School gym from 8 a.m. noon. Registration fee will be
$25. Close of registration is noon Saturday. Feb. 18. Call
638-6348.



Paving underway
Portions of South Boulevard in Chipley will be closed
to through traffic for resurfacing underway. Detours will
be in place and every effort to maintain smooth traffic
flow will be made. The Board of County Commissioners
apologize for any inconvenience this project will cause
but look forward to an improved road that is safer and
easier to maintain.


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Surplus food, donated by The United States Depart- ~I
ment of Agriculture, will be distributed to eligible resi- 2i
dents in Washington County. Tuesday. March 7. from 2 Bo
until'4 p.ni., at the Chipley Ag Center, and Wednesday, tori
March 8, from 2 until 4 p.m., at the Vernon Canning rb
Center. -Co
The items will be distributedon a first come, first serVe
basis, while supplies last. Tri-County Community Coun- v
cil, Inc-is sponsoring the surplus food distribution. Yot
CIrn
Households which receive Aid, to Families with De- yof
pendent Children (AFDC), food stamps, Supplemental Fo
SSecurity Income (SSI), Medicaid, HUD, residents of a
public housing, or households whose total household
income is not in excess of the poverty line for the appro- F
private household size, are eligible to receive the donated ti
food.;,: :,.:,.or ', or
Any person certifying for another must have a signed De
Statement of authorization from the applicant and proof C
of their household income. yc
Recipients must bring some type of container in which De
to carry their food, and someone to assist carrying com- As
modities if unable to do so. 22
Volunteers who wish to assist with distribution should
call Angie Moore at 547-3688. USDA's Temporary Food T
Assistance Program is available to all eligible residents "
regardless of race, national origin, age, sex, or handicap. CA
Health dn Site; a free community service, sponsored JO
by a local'eye institute, will be available at each distri- p;
bution site. The screening for cataracts and other vision v.
problems w\\i be conducted by the Health on Site direc- LE
tor or other trained eye care specialists. hel
Tri-County Community Council. Inc. is an equal op- -
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KMS FCAT assistance C
In preparation for the Florida Comprehensive Assess- a
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a "Test Your Best" session is planned at Kate Smith El- tr
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Supper will be served from 5 to 5:30 p.m.
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THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
E FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
ICUIT IN ANDFOR WASH-
iTON COUNTY, FLORIDA.
SE NO.
RE: The Marriage of SEAN
PROGLEHusband, and
RISTINA REPROGLE, Wife.
TICE OF ACTION FOR DIS-
LUTION OF MARRIAGE
: Sean Reprogle
dress unknown
U ARE NOTIFIED that an.ac-
n has been filed against you
1 that you are required to serve
opy of yourwritten defenses, if.
, to t on Elizabeth M. Simpson,
Drney for Petitioner, Christina
progle whose address Is Post
ice Box 761, Marianna, Florida
147 on or before March 10,
16, and file the original With the
rk of this Court at Post Office
647, Chipley, Florida 32428.
ore service on Petitioners at-
ney or Immediately thereafter.
ou fall to do so, a default may
entered against you for the
ef demanded In the petition.
pies of all court documents
this case, Including orders,
available at the Clerk of the
cult Court's office. You may
lew these documents upon
quest.
u must keep the Clerk of the
cult Court's office notified of
ur current address, (You may
Notice of Current Address,
rida SupremeCourtApproved
nlly Law Form 12.915.) Future
pers In this lawsuit will be
lied to the address on record
the clerk's office.
IRNING: Rule 12.285, Florida
nlly Law Rules of Procedure,
lulrescertain automatic dlsclo-
e of documents and Informa-
n. Failure to comply can result
sanctions, including dismissal
striking of pleadings.
[ed:
LIN-
,HAYES COOK
.ERK OF THE CIRCUIT*
)URT

puty Clerk
published In the Washington
unty News February 1, 8, 15,
,2006

I THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
HE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR WASH-
NGTON COUNTY, FLORIDA
iSE NO. 67-06-CA-055
IHNNIE E. DAVIS,
d wife, PAULINE M. DAVIS,
aintlffs,


E H. BUCHANAN, If alive, and
dead, his unknown spouses,
Irs, devisees, grantees, assign-
s, Ilenors, creditors, trustees, or
ler persons claiming by through,
der or against them, or any of
am; FREE BUCHANAN, If
ve, and If dead, her unknown
houses, heirs, devisees, grant-
s, assignees, Ilenors, credi-
s, trustees, or other persons
timing by through, under or
ainst them, or any of them;
d ALL UNKNOWN PERSONS
live, and If dead, their unknown
ouses, heirs, devisees, grant-
s, assignees, Ilenors, creditors,
stees, or other persons clalm-
I by through, under or against
Unknown persons
defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
o: LEE H. BUCHANAN, if
ve, and if dead, his unknown
ouses, heirs, devfsees, grant-
s, assignees, llenors, credl-
rs, trustees, or other persons
aiming by through, under or
alnst, them: or any of them;
)REE BUCHANAN, If alive, and
dead, her unknown spouses,
Iers, devisees, grantees, assign-
is, Ilenors, creditors, trustees,
other persons claiming by
rough, under or against them,
any of them; and ALL UN-
NOWN PERSONS if alive, and
dead, their unknown spouses,
lIrs, devisees, grantees, assign-
is, llenors, creditors, trustees,
other persons claiming by
rough, under or against the
known persons.
OU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
In to quiet title on the following
operty In Washington County,


Florida:
A par;cl o land btunared ) Ix r.
rrenncnq at me jNW cornmr or Sec-
tion 9 Tonninlp 4 rc.rtn Rang.
13 Weil, ana inning Inence
Soulr. 6853E along th.i florin
i.nie ,:. said section a oi lsan C ol
I 685 11 Ie I im.n.ie S00'31 V
a dlranurce l 569 32 le- In trer
588'32 E a dlssan.e ol 450 lc-l
1.3 Ii- PoInl rol Begih.n;rng. Ihnci
run S00'31 W a oi=an.:e O 150
iel Ithenc:. S88'32E a aitan.ce
of 20i0 Ipel Itrine Irc 'l3I E
a anslance rcI 10 sIO Ier.inr r,:
N68'32 W sl Itance 01 200 lecil
to said Poinl or Beginning arr.a
Doeng In te NIE 1 4 oI rr1/N I1 o
3ala Section ,
has b5fn f lea again51 y.ju In Ir, .
CIrcull Coun O ir. Fournenrmr
Juo.3.:lcl Cir ,ull in an.rl irr a'n.
Inglon Crounr FilcnIa and ,:,u
are re.uired 1o E 3rn :a s:py o
y:.ur arlflen elonc-.; II any I
II or, Kerry Adllon AnllOm lIr
Plailnrfi PoIt OHi.e Bc d669
Chlleay Floiaa 3241628 on .:.r
pl.Ird Mlarcn 10 t j006 ann 111t
ira orilgnal 6 iln hi Cilri .'jl Ihi
Cou.i al Inh Wa r.lr.nlnon C-juilty
Cou.lnoius 1tl3 JaJ-ron A.,
-rnue Cnpiie' FlonlIa 3244?
ellhcr olore :irvlcr on PlalntnH
ancirne) or imTedlall Inrli eal'
lIer oinrmlie a Oldlfauii il o5
enlired ailalr,': y'.J o"' Ine r-laIl .
der.an.e.la in re C..r.p.ianI
WITNESS my hand and seal on
this 2 day of February, 2006.
LINDA H. COOK
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: K McDaniel
As Deputy Clerk
As plillned In Ine Waslhngjron
Counrt, Niewr on Ferruari a 15
c2 and r.1arcr. 1, 2006

Irl THE CIRCUIT CiOUT OF
THE FIFTEEIITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IT lriD FOR PALt.1
BEACH COLIIJT' FLORIDA
Case No,:
2005CA007748XXXXMB (AW)
502005CA007748 XXXXMB'
'.lARK FEiISTEII
rl lih'

VS. '
DENNIS CARRASQUILLO and
SALLY CARRASQUILLO, et at.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
'lOTiCE IS HEREBY Ci EN lnal
our'uar.,I a SairrTmir Final
JJdgrr.TnrI I F:r. -:loiu.J, eCnleci',
"to.er .er ;9 :u .1 irn i r. aE.,e
-r,'lc' iurll 1 I Sll i1 Iir. r.l.n r.e rl
an t 1uit ECI cer :ie.. ,: r, ni P.alri
Beach County Courthouse, 205
.orln Dl1 ic Hhi.n' a, esi t Pal,' .
s ,-r, Pairr. Bearn C:.urnl,
:ic.,da A.j.:r I 4006 Mar.:n :
L'OI, a c 10 Ci h a Ia T tr. '
following described real property
as set forth In said Summary Final
Judgment of Foreclosure, to wit:
PARCEL I
Lot 160, DEER RUN, according
to the map or plat thereof, as
recorded n Plat Book 35, Page
34 of the Public Records of Palm
Beach County, Florida.
PARCEL II
Commence on the North bound-
ary line of Watts Avenue at the
intersection of the West edge of
a concrete sidewalk on the West
side of Fifth Street, thence run
North along the Western edge of
said sidewalk 124.5 feet to an Iron
pipe for a beginning point, thence
S 87'15' W 143.3 feet, thence N
04' W 15.5 feet, thence S 87'15'
W 18 feet, thence N 08' W224.9
feet to an iron stob, thence N 80
E 150 feet to said sidewalk,
thence South along said sidewalk
260.6 feet to Point of Beginning,
In Block 17, In the NW 1/4 of NE
1/4 of Section 4, Township 4
North, Range 13 West, according
to the Mordt Plat of Chipley on
file In the Office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Washington
County, Florida.
DATED this 1 day of DECEM-
BER, 2005.
SHARON R. BOCK


ClErkGirutLor N O TI'~reac C ES:19318Annd c'


Clerk, Circuit Court
BY KATHY A. HENDERLY
Deputy Clerk
DUBOW, DUBOW & WAL-
LACE.
Anolney Ifor Piainilif
215 Nonn PFd.ral Hlgr.Ay
Dania, Flodaa 33004
(954)925-8228
By: JASON B. DUBOW
FLA. BAR NO.: 856487
A pubii:h.d in the WarhllngI
County N1.a or. FDeruary 6
15 2006
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIR
CUir IrN AND FOR WASHIrIG
TON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 67-05 CP 156
PROBATE DIvISIONr
InRe: The Estate of
BERNICE E. NEAFIE,
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
"The administration of the estate
of BERNICE E. NEAFIE,'de-
ceased, whose date of death was
May 18, 2005, and whose social
security number Is 138-22-9245,
Is pending in the CIrcuit Court
for Washington County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of
which Is 1293 Jackson Avenue,
Chipley, Florida 32428. The
names and addresses of the
personal representative and
the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of this
notice Is required' to be served
ITu. file inr.r claims with this
C.:.un rtJITHII THE LATER OF
3 T.IONTH"S AFTER THE TIME
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTERTHE DATE OFSERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against the
decedent's estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITH-
IN THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION 733.702
OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
iOTWII-THSTANCrI.* iTHrE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOvE
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED.
The date of the first publication of
this Notice Is February 8, 2006.
Attorney for Personal Repre-
sentative:
PATRICK J. FAUCHEUX, ESQ.
FL BAR ID#0273104
Patrick J. Faucheux, P.A.
845 Jenks Avenue
Panama City, FL 32401
(850) 763-3800
Personal Representative:
BRYAN NEAFIE
2242 Sunny Hills Blvd.
Chipley, FL 32428
As published In the Washington
County News on February 8,
15,2006.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
TO REVISE SCHOOL BOARD
PROCEDURE
8.60 TELECOMMUNICATION
PLAN AND ELECTRONIC
COMMUNICATION USE
WASHINGTON COUNTY
SCHOOL BOARD OFFICE
Monday, March 13, 2006 at
5:30 pm
Notice Is hereby given that on
Monday, March 13, 2006,at
5:30 pm the Washington County
School Board will consider revis-
Ing School Board Procedure 8.60
Telecommunication Plan and
Electronic Communication Use.


Tr.e purpose: and :pecaic: legal
aulr.orly under Ar..cn Sc.:hrol
Boabl PolIr .e:rPIceaurCes sie
a. urnl'Zlcd 3, 3ri e.astrnrai Ol tr
eCOrOM.-r .rpaC 01 ire Rpopo. .r -
PoIlic.e'Prcecdur?; or, 1 ail 5
I-decr~ pii.on: aire g..en
PURPOSE
IWe are rev ri.g School Board
Pioce-ure 8 60 To IslI-Ec
language changes oased on
Teacner ,np.L
LEGAL AUTF-ORITY' Trn. Wair.-
n.glon Cour.y School Boara 'a
autnnorzed unaer ilJ1 43 01 me
FIl.oda Statue T, iOlaveiplamenad
polic'e arn proc,-dure:
ECOlOrUIC IM.PACT. Trn .,l
ol piomulgsling mIre itIleion
Ali DO approInmatll 51 00 iper
oocurnird
Inravloual. A l ning to olaln a
cop cl Ir- pi oP oa rvl5I lns
mae conI.acii ine SupeIllnln.
oeni Ofni-. a i-52 Trilr Strel.
Cnipi.y, Flnrida
Ar publiri ea h-, rrie via hingion
County Nn46wi orn Fe,.dary, 1 ,
22 na M Liah 1 8 2006

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 14TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR WASHrINGTON
COUrIT' FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 67-05-CA-509
JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, AS
TRUSTEE,
Plaintiff,'
vs.
KIMBERLY LYNN -IARGUS
at al,.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY.GIVEN
puruer.I .:. a Final Judqig eni 'of
F*:i.nsIOur d, 1din- to '0 dea l01
Frb .00e erd enl-Sreo In Cat
rrj 67"05'CA'50 o1 men C.irI;l
C.urn OCf thl 141TH jud.0:e1 CIr.:ull
In and lO WrIV n.r.Jgin Cour,.nr
FlI.-,Iea %nFlenn jPMORGEtI
CHASE. BANK AS TRUSTEE Is
Ir.e Piairnh and KIr.BERLY LYIIN
HARCUS UNlrKrNOWN SPOUSE
OF KIMBERLY LYNN HARCUS
JOHN DOE JANE DOE AS
UtJKNrOWN TErANT iSI IN POS-
SESSION OF THE SUBJECT
PROPERTY a' Oei.Ie darl I
ii1 ll11 Ic. i h nigne!i &no tail
bldlei 1i.ir car, aT Ire AT FRONT
STEPS OF COURTHOUSE at me
VWarierngi.r, Counrvt Covur.OUae
in CHIPLEY Flrda al 11 00
a m 0on Ina I oJy ol Maiocr,
?006 Ins ol lloving e:..rloed
FPp iTy a ,i s rI lrrr in .ah3 Final
Judgmenl 1i5 I. l
A LOT BOUNDED BY BEGIN-
NING AT A POINT ON THE
WEST LINE OF BLOCK 39 Iri r
Ir OF SW 1I'- OF SECTION 4
TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH RANGE.
13 WEST ACCORDING TO
THE PLAT OF CHIPLEY WVASH
rlGTONT COUNTY FLORIDA
DRAWN BI L W u ORDT AND
ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF
THE CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF WASHINGTON'
COUNTY, FLORIDA, WHICH
POINT IS 280 FEET SOUTH
OFTHENORTHWESTCORNER
OF SAID BLOCK; THENCE
RUNNING SOUTH ALONG THE
WEST LINE OF SAID BLOCK,
100 FEET; THENCE RUNNING
EAST PARALLEL WITH THE
SOUTH LINE OF SAID BLOCK,
3.64 CHAINS (240.24 FEET),
MORE OR LESS, TO THE EAST
LINE OF SAID BLOCK; THENCE
NORTH ALONG SAID EAST
LINE, 100 FEET; THENCE WEST
PARALLEL WITH SAID SOUTH
LINE OF SAID BLOCK, 3.64
CHAINS (240.24 FEET), MORE
OR LESS TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING.
In accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act of 1990
(ADA), disabled persons who,
because of their disabilities,
need special .accommodation
to participate In this proceeding
should contact the ADA Coordi-
nator at 1293 Jackson Avenue,
Chlpley, FL 32428 or Telephone
Volce/TDD (904) 763-9061 prior
to such proceeding.
Dated this 10 day of Feb., 2006.
LINDA HAYES COOK

1'


Clrr. O1 Tr.6 Ciri
By K McO.Daiel
Depury ClerK


:As,published in the Washingtoni
County News on February-15,
22, 2006

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
WASHINGTON COUNTY
FLORIDA
CASE NO 67-35-CA-196
DIVISION
UCN 672005CA000496XXCICI
WALTER MORTGAGE COM-
PANY
Piailnt.


KENNETH J. DYViG. PHILLIS
J DYViG" '

Dilandanm is
NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
THAT. PURSUANT TO THE
JUDGMENT OF FORECLO.
SURE ENTERED IN THE ABOVE
CAUSE AND THE ORDER
RESETTING SALE DATE. I WILL
SELL THE PROPERTY SITUAT-
ED IN WASHINGTO COUNTY
FLORIDA DESCRIBED AS
BEGIN AT THE NE CORNER OF
THE WEST I/3OF THE SOUTH-
WEST 114OF THE SOUTHWEST
11/4 OF SECTION22 TOWNSHIP
3 NORTH RAND 13 WEST
WASmINGTOTICOUNTY FLOOR.
IDA AND RUN SOUTH 263 94
FEET THENCE WEST 331 63
FEET THENCE NORTH 263 94
FEET' THEtCE EAST 331 63
FEET TO THE POB
AT PUBLIC SALE. TO THE
HIGHEST AND.BEST BIDDER
FOR CASH. AT I 00 A M OND
3/13/06, AT COURTHOUSE
STEPS OP THE WASHING-
TON.COUNTY COURTHOUSE,
CHIPLEY, FLORIDA.
IN C ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICAN WITH DISABILITIES
ACT., PERSONS WITH DIS-
ABILITIES NEEDING A SPECIAL
ACCOMMODATION TO PAR-
TICIPATE IN THIS PROCEED--
ING SHOULD CONTACT THE
ADA ADMINISTRATOR FOR
THE CLERK OF THE COURT
NOT LATER THAN 7 DAYS
PRIOR TO THE PROCEEDING
AT IF HEARING IMPAIRED
ITDDI 1.800-955-8771 VOICE.
1-800 955-8770 THIS IS NOT A
COURT INFORMATION LINE.
DATED: 1/27/06.
CLERK OF THE COURT
By: KMcDaniel
Deputy Clerk
As publisr.e.d in me Washington
County Neas on February 15,
22,2006.
Legal Advertisement
Tharp & Sobs Mini Storage of
Chipley will hold either a private
or public sale of these non-pay-
ment units, according to the Fl.
Statute 83. These tenants have
until 3/03/06 to pay In full, no
checks.


1. James May
Panama City, F.
2. Lee Murry
Chlpley, R.
3. Krystal Crews
Chipley, Fl.
4. CanancePdttei
Chipley, Fl.
5. Monique Stondlnow
Chipley, Fl.
6. Luls Corey
Chlptey. FI.
7. John Glover
Gracevllle, FI.


8 Amandia Boner -- --
Snesjds F
9 LOn.a Ncno0lon '
Chipley, FI.
10 JOyGc Aley
Ne Mlatarrorn.a Al


11. 'Jnown
A. puOIsn-a Ir thie Washnglcon
Courny News or. February. 15.
22 2006

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR WASH-
IrNGTON COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO 67-06-CA-048
GEORGE S NEATH and JOHN
T NEATH
Plainliltl
v. '.
ESTATE OF J B BENSOir
'ceased. a endall haeis BI law
and bernficiare- of J B Berson.
JOHN B, BENSOIN inomaauali -
and air hair al is* and anaroi-
c'ary ol J B Bernon deceased ..
ano NORTHWEST FLORIDA
COMMUNITY HOSPITAL
Delieirants
NOTICE OF ACTION
To ESTATE OF J B BENSON
deceased,
and all halI- at w arno tenefirla-.
ne; ol J 6 Baenor.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
actIon t partition on the following
prc,.pity in Wainingiton County.
Flor.d
A part 01 Block 14 in th City o?
Cripliy. Wasninglon County.
,Flor.da oescrrbed as rollOs.
to ait Beginning al the Souln-
eael corner 01 W H Fowlar s ILot
whicn corns .r 130 leel SSumn of
fIonreasa come' of said Block
14 atcrr allowing 30 letal lo
sireal in-er running Soutn 165
feel tho Ihe lorneaal corner of
A D Carmcnael'; lot, Inance
running We.I along Northern
line of said A. D. CarmIchael's:
lot 165 feet; thence North 165
feetto said W. H. Fowler's lot;
inrn.:e EEaI along ihe Southern
Ine o saldW H Fowler slol 165 (
lear to Poinl o Beginning facing
Easi or, Third Street being in thI
Nortrea l OQuartel of Sction 4
Township 4 Nbrth, Range 13
Wait and Saio BloCK 14 oang
according ro me Mordl plat ol the
Ciry or Cniplay. Flri-da. on fils in I:"
tne Off.ce o0 mhe Clerr ol CIrcuit
Court ol Wasninglon County.
Florida, binrg the land conveyed
to Lizzie V Benson Do deed from
M A Smitr. as Liquidalor of Bank
olCnhplay recorded In Deed BOOx
65 at Page I In aid ClerK s office.
and lying We5l ol and aburting
said Third'Street

has been filed against-you in the
Circuit Court of the Fourteenth
Judicial Circuit, in and for Wash-
Ington County, Florida, and you
are require to serveacopy of your
written defenses, if any, to It on
Kerry Adkison, Attorney for Plain-
tiff, Post Office Box 669, Chipley,
Florida 32428, on or before March
17,2006, and file the original with
the Clerk of this Court, at the
Washington County Courthouse,
1293 Jackson Avenue, Chipley,
Florida 32428, either before
service on Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the
Complaint.


WITNESS my hran, and seal on
rr 9 .ay j FeDruaj 2006

LINDA H COOK:
.*f"'r* Clerk ofCircuit Court
By: K. McDanlel
As Deputy Clerk
S As published In the Washington
County News on February 15,
22 and March 1, 8, 2006.


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Valentine's Day -
past and present
Without looking back in
my files of past "prattle," I
cannot say with absolute
certainty that I mentioned
Valentine's Day in 2004
and 2005. My guess is that
I did write on the subject
as the Valentine event has and had this discussion,
been important in my life she apologized to me for
dating back to an early calling me "names" and
age. I vowed to myself that I
At Brackin School, tthe wouldn'tt ever mention it to
students exchanged val- her again.
Sentinel religiously.: They :I did have friends among
were homemade,, using the students at Vernon. I re-
colorful-, paper, mostly call Paul Jones, the brother
pages from seed catalogs of Ralph and Luvern Jones,
picturing full grown, red being in my home room
ripe luscious tomatoes. All and possibly in some of my
one had to do Was cut the classes. Paul was a grown
'shape of a heart from man in my mind and he
folded sheet of a succulent seemed to take me under
tomato, write a honme- his wing. I felt protected
made verse on the inside when I was around him.
and merely mark TO and On Valentine's Day, my
FROM on' the valentine fits one at Venon School,
and hand it to the person. Eva Holley, a member
The most popular piece of my class who had be-
of poetry that I recall be- friended the old country
ing used in valentines from boy from Brackin School,
Brackin School days was, handed me a valentine
'As sure as the rat runs up as all the students were
the vine, I want you for my returning to the home
valentine." If a boy was room from the lunch hour.
real sweet on a particular I couldn't respond to her
girl, he might get brave kind gesture as, at that
enough to write, "Roses time, I was in much pain
are red, violets are blue, and agony and in tears.
Sugar is sweet and.so are What she didn't know was
you," on the valentine he that I was sporting a full
handed to her,. ; developed "risen" ona part
Upon entering Vernon of the anatomy that made it
High School in the eighth difficult to sit.
grade in September 1939, ::I adjust eaten my home-
probably the last, thing on packed lunch while seated
my mind was .wondering inr Mr.- Ezra Galloway's
what would happen come school bus. When his sons,
Valentine's Day in Febru- Wester Galloway or Callis
ary :1940. In my' :child- 'Galloway, substituted for
ish memory, most of the the father as driver of the
students in my class ap- Hinson Crossroads bus, it
peared to be adults. Down: remained parked adjacent
through the years, I have to the school building at
told Hazel Harmon Shores the south end and on the
that I recall her and Mary west side. Students were
Frances White calling me, welcome to congregate
-f-r nand -::"%an4j'tbe-e for.JungA, When the ,
much to my chagrin. Hazel bell rang signaling the end
and I have had some good of the lunch hour, I was
laughs off those happen- stooped to step out of the
ings. The last time Hazel bus when someone, un-

Public hearing
A public hearing will be'
held by the Florida Depart-
ment of Transportation at
Ebro Town Hall on Tues-
day, March 7, at 6 p.m. on, E-=-I F
the four-laning of Hwy. 79..
For information, call Town:
Clerk Linda Marlow at.:
850-535-2842.

Smoke dianlsrm The winter of 1916-17 was long. ble
1U i i 11 for people living in northern Russia
The Chipley Fire De- tal of St Petersburg. residents fac
apartment is, -offering free: hardships caused by Russian falull
Apartment is offering free ar I A cold snap in February 191
smoke alarms to local wave of brutally cold sub-Arctic air t
residents. Applicants must the time. food supples were loI
residents. Applicts m D t- attempting to deliver grain to the
stop by the Fire Depart-
ment at 1430 Jackson Av- / r r
enue and/pick up a form to 7 1 Jold
request the smoke alarm.
requs th s6mk al301rn. stuck In the Russian snowdrifts
Call (850) 638-61. needed to heat homes was scarce
sive, many working class resider
afford to heat their homes Even
We^ o Per residents could find only enough w
eo ffer indoor temperatures slightly above
When the harsh Irving cone
s u ent1 combined with two and a half years
the war. discontent that had lain dor
I U1'lsuran ce surfacing. Tsar Nicholas II,. an absolu
Siscounts had taken personal command of
SCO S1915 Nearly two years later, the arn
failures had severely tarnished his ai
.- ^ ., ,bllity Whilethecityshivered.lheTss
S i thousand miles away in southern F
E Tyourca.ga.B r Thursday, February 23, was 1
better average and have
a good drt ing record. : "
you may

eligible for \
a substantial \ IAWV \tu t
discount on j
your auto : Russia:
insurance t1860-1945
Thtis resource, part of Spanacus Edu
premiums through includes sections on the events an


leading up to the revolution, the varli
Auto-Owners Insurance lcal parties vying for control, biogra
'many of the major revolutionary figi
Company. Stop in our accounts of revolutionary activities w
agency and rsk us about it! foreign diplomats and journalists.
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4lufte-Ownehers ureawrnne
Life Home Car Business
We thank our partners for their commit
- ourcommunity, our schools,and our youi
Rogers Insurance Agency Together, we ensure teachers and studer
1396 Jackson Ave. all learning materials at no cost to tl
Chipley, FL 32428 E-mallyour questions or comments to edls
Ph. (850) 638-1805


Perry's

By Penn


Wednesday, February 15, 2006, Washington County News, 9A
Obviously Iam not call Roulhac
ing that gifl's name in order'
to protect the "guilty." Middle School,:
ttl a When I spoke of Wester k D ve
P r.and,' Calis loay driv- .We know that we are.:
ing,: their, .: dad's :. school
ing their dad's school very fortunate to have such:
fS bus, I don't recall that the outstanding schools inrou:
SW e Is younger Galloway boys, community and we want
SHeber J., Hollis Dean our students to have op:
Arnold. W.A. Vaughn or portunities to achieve their
Don, ever had that exper- highest potential. -
MV, ence, but I, will throw in, Our Governor .a
Sa pariethetical plug for mandated a reading initi-
Sthe Washington oun tive and set a goal fora
"';,.- l Heritage ook right here. students to read at grade'
One. of the younger a l l the year 2010
BI^ ^ j ,loway sisters, Mary Lou would like to fulfill oui
has done a beautiful story obligation in this initiative
A onwie Ezra tallowayllfam-l
Son the Ezra Galloway fam- by conducting a MORE
ily. complete with pictures. BOOKS! Drive.
h c It will be :included in the .- Durig the moh
*. :Dufing'the month of
gswhich could.be dubbed upcoming book. You don't:'Februa.ry we will promote
ones the "Prattler" and his want to miss that one. a project to collect brand
)yjfl, ,. a projet to collect bran4
oyingfor years, using them Ending this 'prattle on new oks. and books that
'* ,, ..'. a more positive and pleas- look like iew. ,
:I ,:' ant note, my courtship with '-:We are asking for doan
High School someFow. Hester began with a valen- tisof books from ,st:
wit 's ow verse, ,But Pipin had entered l insg of books a t romr stiddl
managed to buy a "store tine that she mailed to me dents. and members f th&
bought" colorful valen- after reading in the Route community tohel in
tine for :. the classmate One.-Bonifay. news in the community to1' p cre
I h-ad determined to -Hlmes County Advertiser ig a rr
r;f I for every classroom in our
"my girl." .t was even% a (written by Bertie Nelson) schoolnrooin our
perfumed valentine...and that Perry Wells and John Books h kbe
with it's own verse! But Pipkin had entered college. Booksriate material for iddle
before, the big day arrived, That was in 1947 and, as school and shouldrbe atmti
school and should.be
.that special girl was obvi- the Paul Harvey "rest of the radability level of upper
ously ho longer "my girl." story" goes. we married in elementary and/or middle
so that special valentine 1952 and "have never had schooelementary a/ormiddle
card was never delivered, a cross word?" Oh yes. we Information
It remained in my special have had a few LOUD dis- Ifor ma iron ff
chifferobe drawer in our cussions! I hope you iad a at Roulhac Middle School
home for years. I recall it happy Valentine's Day. during school hburs
was still there after I com- See you-all next week. .d.iag swn .r fnh,,, thou
& nq. heaa usL.nxtao *'jot.


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These Valentine coffee mu
"Hers" and "His," are the c
wife, Hester, have been enji
at the valentineseason.
aware of my impairment,
gave me a wallop on the
lower posterior. Whoever
coined the .phrase, "sore
as a risen" knew just bhow
to'describe real soreness! I.
just had to resort to a few:
tears never knowing that
old "Grandpa," also called
"Frog," was to receive a
valentine card upon enter-
ing the classroom.
I just recently learned
that the word "risen" is in
the Bible, and I think it's
among the plagues brought
on God's people under
Pharaoh's rule. Boils, or
sore boils, were some of
Job's afflictions. Carbuncle
is another word for the skin
infection resulting in the"
unbearable soreness. All
are Bible terms.
Now, to better days. As
a senior in 1944 at Vernon


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happened to it. Possibly
that designated drawer was
taken over by: a younger
brother, Clyde or Max, and
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10A, Washington County News, Wednesday, February 15, 2006

COMMUNISYNE


WCSO website up
and running
Sheriff Bobby Haddock
is pleased to announce the
launch of the new Wash-
nigton County Sheriff's
Office Website at wvw.
wcso.us.
: he WCSO Website
it6 an efficient and accu-
rate \way to get important
information out to the
community, which is one
bf the top priorities at the
Sheriff's Office.
The Website offers
valuable tools to help
the. community combat
identity theft, identify and
track sexual offenders and
predators, and get up to the
minute updates on investi-
gations, warrants and the
specific steps the Sheriff
Office is taking to insure
safe homes and safe com-
ftities.

$QI survey
T: he Orange Hill soil and
Waier Conservation Dis-
tnrc is cooperating with the
Washington County Com-
mission, USDA Natural
Resources Conservation
Service, and the University
of Florida to update our
Soil Survey that was origi-
nally published in 1962.
Soil survey team mem-
bers will make every effort
fq contact landowners for
permission to go on their
property to evaluate soil
conditions and update our
maps.
'Surface conditions such
as vegetative patterns and
slope will be gathered visu-
allr. Deeper soil conditions
such as texture, permeabil-
ity and water tables will be
gathered by hand held soil
augers and occasionally a
siall powered agger.
The information will
be compiled on a modern
aerial photographic base
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along with descriptions
and tabular information
that \\ill be valuable when
making land use decisions
about forestry, cropping.
wildlife, and urban uses.
Timetable
The \ hole process will
take about three years to
complete and at any time
feel free to discuss this
with any member of the
survey team. county com-
missioners, or conserva-
tion district supervisors.
*Soil Surven Team: Bob
Weatherspoon. Team Lead-
er, 352-538-3438. 850-638-
1718 ext. 3.
*Orange Hill SWCDL:
Don Walters. Chairman.
850-638-8565.
*County Commission:
Peter Herbert. Administra-
tor, 850-638-6200.

Vernon election
The City of Vernon will
hold an election on Tues-
day, March 14, to elect
a mayor and five coun-
cil members. Candidate
qualifying will begin on
Monday, Feb. 6, and close
at 2 p.m. on Friday, Feb.
10. Candidates will be con-
firmed at a council meeting
to be held on Monday, Feb.
13, at 7 p.m.
Registration books will
close on Monday, Feb.
13, at 4 p.m. Registration
forms are available at Ver-
non City Hall, 2996 Main
Street, or the Supervisor
of Elections Office, 1331
South Boulevard, Suite
900, Chipley.
Polls will be open Tues-
day, March 14, from 7 a.m.
until 7 p.m.

VHS Project
Graduation
Vernon High School
(VHS) Project Graduation
2006 parent committee
continues to work on fund-


raisers to help provide a
safe and memorable night
of fun for the graduates of
2006.
Information
*An upcoming fund-
raiser will give a lucky
person a 2-night stay at the
Boardwalk Beach Resort
on Panama City Beach.
tickets can be purchased
from a parent of a VHS se-
nior or by calling Belinda
Howell at 535-1493 or
Donna Green at 535-2111
(home).
*If you or your group
would like to donate to-
ward this worthy event,
mail your tax-deductible
gift to Vernon High School.
Project Graduation 2006,
2808 Yellow Jacket Drive,
Post Office Box 386.. Ver-
non. Florida 32462.


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*If you need further in-
formation, contact Belinda
Howell at 535-1493 or
Donna Green at 535-2111
(home) or 638-0250. ext.
661 (w ork).
VHS Project Gradua-
tion 2006 is an all night.
drug and alcohol free, par-
ent sponsored event that
provides the graduating
class a night to celebrate
their commencement. It
takes place immediately
follo\ ing commencement
exercises.
Senior parents are total-
ly responsible for organiz-
ing, planning, fund-raising
and chaperoning the e\ent.
Funds are raised through
solicitation and charitable
donations from individuals
and businesses. Donations
are tax deductible.


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Chipola Homecoming

Week underway


Chipola College is
celebrating Homecoming
2006, the week of Feb.
13-18. This year's theme
is "Shiver Their Timbers,"
as the Indians hope to sink
the Commodores of Gulf
Coast.
Wednesday, Feb. 15, is
Pajamas Day. Students
are asked to wear their
p.j.'s. Thursday, Feb. 16,
is Tacky Day. Students are
asked to wear mis-matched,
tacky clothes.
Friday, Feb. 17, is Blue
& Gold Day. Students
are asked to show their
Chipola spirit by wearing
school colors.
A student Talent Show
is set for Wednesday,
Feb. 15 at 10 a.m. in the
Arts Center.: All cur-
rently enrolled students
are invited to enter. Cash
prizes will be awarded to
winners in the following
categories: Best Overall
* first, second and third, and
Best Solo, Best Group and
Best Band. Performances
are limited to four min-
utes.
Rep. Marti Coley will
address the Chipola Hon-
ors Seminar on Friday, Feb.
17 at 10 a.m., in Jackson
Lecture Hall. Coley is
speaking on behalf of her


late husband David Coley,
who was recently named
Chipola's 2006 Alumnus
of the year. The public is
invited to attend.
Homecoming Night,
Saturday, Feb. 18, begins
with the Lady Indians
game against Gulf Coast
Community College at 5:
30 p.m. An Alumni Re-
ception hosted by Chipola
President Dr. Gene Prough
and his wife Priscilla,
begins at 6 p.m. in the
Chipola Appreciation Club
Room. All alumni and
friends are invited to at-
tend the reception.
Pencie Wester, Chipo-
la's oldest living alumnus,
is this year's special guest
at homecoming. Wester
will turn 100 in June. Other
special guests include
members of the 1965-66
men's basketball team
which finished fourth in
the nation.
The Indians take on
the Commodores in the
men's game at 7:30 p.m.
Chipola's 2006 Homecom-
ing Queen and Mr. Chipola
will be crowned during
halftime.
For more information
on Homecoming events,
call the SGA office at 718-
2308 or 718-2314.


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Pictured are, from left, (front) Ashley Beard, Brittaney
Carnley, William Bryant. Brandon Carnley, (middle)
Jessica Haines, David Duncan, Melody Bryant, Blake
Campbell, Derek Benefield, Joshua Hobbie, (back)
Petty Officer First Class W.J. Burandt.

Sea Cadets tour new

USN destroyer in PCola


Seawolf Division, Unit-
ed States Naval Sea Cadets
participated in the com-
missioning ceremonies for
the Na\ 's newest Arliegh-
Burke class destroyer. The
ceremony was held at the
Pensacola Naval base on.
Jan. 28. The cadets passed
out ceremony pamphlets
and escorted guests to
assigned seating. At the
conclusion of the ceremo-
nies, they were part of the
security barrier for the
departing dignitaries from
the newly commissioned
Forrest Sherman and then
for the guests to tour the
ship.
The Seawolf cadets
were given a special
tour by a Forrest Sher-
man crewmember, Petty
Officer First Class W.J.
Burandt. The tour included.
the main deck areas and
several areas below decks
that were not open to the
general public. Cadets
from the Seawolf division
are Melody and William
Bryant, Brandon and Brit-


taney Carnley, and David
Duncan of Bonifay, Ashley
Beard, Jessica Haines and
Blake Campbell of Pana-
ma City, Derek Benefield-
of Marianna, and Caleb
Hobbie of Chipley. Com-
manding Officer John M.
Duncan, Executive Officer
Ens Everette Thrush and
adult leader Diane Duncan
provided adult leadership
and escorts for the event.
Cadets from San Antonio,
Texas, Milton, Tallahas-
see, and Lake Charles, La.,
were also involved.
The United States Naval
Seacadet Corps is a youth-
oriented program for youth
ages 11 17. Opportunities
to participate in Navy and
Coast Guard events are
part of the activities cadets
become involved with in
this program. For more
information, contact Ltjg
John M. Duncan; Com-
manding Officer, Seawolf
Division at (850) 547-5073,
or (850) 547-3399. For de-
tailed information, visit the
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College's 2006 Home.
coming Court are, from
left: (front) freshmen-
Karissa Olds and Jenni
Kelly; sophomores-
Mary Kathryn Tanner
Claire Thornton and Jes.
sica Olds, (back) fresh.
men -Keegan McKay
and Mike Milton; sopho.
mdres-Darryl Hunter
Nick Graves and Zack
Price. Chipola's 2006
Homecoming Queen
and Mr. Chipola will be
selected from the sopho.
mores and crowned at
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coming game on Feb. 18.


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2B, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, February 15, 2006


Petersons celebrate 50th
Samuel C. and Emma Peterson celebrated their 50th
wedding anniversary Jan. 28 by spending a weekend
at a resort and spa in Orlando. They have five children,
11 grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren, several
brothers and sisters, and an abundance of friends.


Jackson awarded
scholarship
Amanda Jackson of
Chipley received a four
year non-resident scholar-
ship to the University of
Alabama in Birmingham.
The scholarship is valued
at $24.000.
Jackson is a senior at
Chipley High School
where she is Key Club
president, Spanish club
secretary, and National
Honor Roll Society re-
corder. She is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Grover
Jackson of Chipley.


*" 4"**


Goodman-Estes engagement
Mr. and Mrs. James J. Goodman Sr. of Bonifay an-
nounce the engagement of their daughter, Nancy Cath-
erine, to Thomas Gregory Estes of Columbia, S.C. He is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. George M4'-Estes of Columbia,
S.C.
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mrs. and the
late Harvie J. Belser Sr. of Bonifay, Edna Goodman Ad-
kins of Blountstown, and the late C.D. Goodman Sr. of
Bascom. Nancy is a graduate of Holmes County High
School, Chipola College and the University of Florida
with a Bachelor of Arts in business administration and a
master of education in student personnel in higher edu-
cation. Goodman is employed as an academic counselor
with the University of Alabama-Birmingham.
The future bridegroom is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas P. Barber Jr. of Columbia, S.C., Caroline Spi-
gener of Allendale, S.C., and the late Frank B. Estes Jr.
of Orangeburg, S.C. Thomas is a graduate of A.C. Flora
High School. He is also a graduate of The Citadel with
a Bachelor of Science in biology, and the University of
Florida with a Master of Science, and a Ph.D. in materials
engineering. Thomas is employed as a scientist-product
developer with Kimberly-Clarke bio-medical division in
Roswell, Ga.
The wedding will be held May 27, 3 p.m., at Summer-
all Chapel The Citadel in Charleston, S.C. All friends
and relatives are cordially invited to attend the wedding
and reception.



Chautauqua Assembly 2006
In Historic DeFAuniak Springs. FL
Invites you to join usfor a


PERFORMANCES INCLUDE:
Stage and big-screen conductor, David Friedman
The Orlando Opera Chumuckla's Farmers' Opry
Sponsored In part by the State of Florida, Departmenl of State, Division of Cultural
Affairs and the Florida Arts Council, and the National Endowment for the Arts.
SPECIAL ACTIVITIES INCLUDE:
Expert discussion on Social Security
Interfaith Panel on Religion
Civil War Re-Enactment Victorian Tea
The Walton County Art League Exhibit
The Chautauqua Porcelain Artists Exhibit
The Chautauqua Quilters Exhibit
Tour of Old Home Places Tour of Victorian Homes
a Art Workshops
Story Tellers Version of Florida History
Dog Obedience Demonstrations
Savvy Singles for the over 50
Chess Tournament a Porch Parties


Sponsored in part by the
BA.H(IIS Of O0UIR I&ITOl


Wilseys celebrate 25th'
Angie and Richard Willsey will celebrate their 25th
wedding anniversary from 6 until 11 p.m., Saturday, Feb.
25, at the Dogwood Lakes Country Club, located at 1934
Country Club Drive in Bonifay. No local invitations will
be sent. All friends and family are invited to attend. The
attire is casual.


Hatcher-Daniel engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C. Hatcher of Westville an-
nounce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their
daughter, Heather Sheree. to Dustin Shane Daniel. Shane
is the son ol Randy C. Daniel of Madisonville, Tenn., and
Angie G. Brown of Hartford, Ala.
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Olen L. English of \\estr ille, and Mr. and Mrs. Carthell
Hatcher of Hartford, Ala.
The future groom is the grandson of the late William
(Sonny) H. Locklear of Hartford and the late Lee E. Gus-
tofson and Irene Gustofson of Dade City, and Rev. and
Mrs. Irby H. Daniel of Ten Mile, Tenn.
The couple will exchange vows on Saturday, March 4,
at 2 p.m. at Sardis United Methodist Church in Hartford.
A reception \\ill follow \ in th e church gym. No local invi-
tations are being sent. All friends and family are invited
to attend:-,.


Croft graduates
Michael Jeremy Croft has completed his training to
become a Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT)
officer. Croft is the son of Michael and Peggy Croft of
Chipley, and Teresa Forehand of Bonifay. His grandpar-
ents are Paul and Clydie Croft of Chipley and Wilmer
and Liller Forehand of Bonifay.
His training included first responder, defensive tactics.
and commercial vehicles. Croft also received the top gun
and top driver awards in his basic recruit class 295.
On Thursday, Feb. 2, officer Croft was sworn in by
Colonel Graham Fountain in Tallahassee. He received
his badge and certificate and will be stationed at the Pen
sacola Field office.

Guardian ad Litem training
The Guardian ad Litem Program is seeking volunteers
to represent the best interest of abused and neglected
children in our community. Left: volunteers are sworn
into service.Volunteers are needed in Jackson, Calhoun.
Holmes and Washington Counties. If you have a few
hours a month to helpan abused child, please call 482.
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Wednesday, February 15, 2006, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 3B


Madison
Summer Ferrell
Bronson and Lisa Ferrell
of Stafford, Va., announce
the birth of their daughter,
Madison (Maddie) Sum-
mer Ferrell.
She was born Dec. 14
at Sairoaks Hospital in
Fairfax, Va. She weighed
seven pounds, one ounce,
and was 19-1/2 inches in
length.
Maddie is the grand-
daughter of Richard and
Madelene Ferrell of Staf-
ford, Va., and Barbara
Bryant of Bonifay. She is


Beef Ambassador
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The Beff Ambassador
contest is open to youth
17 to 20 year-olds who
want to present the nutri-
tional and economic value,
cooking principles, safe
handling and versatile uses
of beef to the public with
the understanding of the
importance of beef as an
agricultural product.
Cash awards, schol-
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SBonifay Guild for
the Arts
eNancy Zurenda will
be displaying her art-
work starting January 16
through February 3. The
reception will be held at
The Art Gallery in 110 W.
Pennsylvania Avenue on
Tuesday, January 17 at 11
a.m.. Refreshment is pro-
vided.
*The Bonifay Guild for
the Arts (BGA) -held a
meeting on Jan. 25. The
topic of the meeting was


the great-granddaughter
of Myrtle Birge, also of
Bonifay.


plans for potential projects
that would be funded by
grants. Kids Art Program
(KAPS), a special project
for students elementary
through high school, is
being developed that
will offer art and writing
classes. Field trips to art
festivals and museums are
also included in the list of
activities.
This program would
also offer local students an
opportunity to exhibit their
work at exhibitions at BGA
and on local, state, and na-
tional levels.
BGA is also getting
involved in other projects
in the community. .BGA
members participated in
the Step-Up-Florida pro-
gram on February 6.
*A reception for Becky
Hart will be held at 11
a.m. on February 14, at
the Bonifay Guild of the
Arts. Hart does "Plein Air"
painting" which means
she paints on location.
She teaches art classes to
children 6-13 years of age.
Hart's work will be on dis-
play through M arch 3.

Narconon
Narconon Arrowhead is
a very unique and effec-
tive drug rehabilitation and
education program with
over a 70 percent success
rate. Affected families
can call 1-800-468-6933
for free assessments, free
addiction counseling, and
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For more infor-
mation, log on to
www.stopaddiction.com.


Medicaid public
hearing
The Department of Chil-
dren and Families will hold
a public meeting to discuss
the eligibility determina-
tion process for Medicaid
benefits. Interested par-
ties, including the general
public, recipients, family
members, advocates and
service providers are in-
vited to provide comments
and suggestions on the
process.
General subject matter
to be considered includes:
eligibility determination
process for Medicaid ben-
efits based on age or dis-
ability, including nursing
home care. The process
includes the electronic
web based application,
referrals, notices and com-
munication with staff.
(Note: The meeting is
not intended to address
eligibility criteria such as
income and asset limits,
or service issues such as
access to prescription
drugs.)
Two meetings at differ-
ent times and locations are
available for the public's
convenience:
The first meeting will be
held 9-10:30 a.m. Feb. 22
in Conference Room 300,
705 West 15th Street, Pan-
ama City. For more infor-
mation, call Jerry Sewell at
(850) 872-7648.
The second meeting will
be held 1:30-3 p.m. Feb.
22 at Jackson County Agri-
cultural Conference Center,
2741 Pennsylvania Ave. in
Marianna. For more in-
formation on this meeting,
call Vicki Abrams at (850)
488-9217.
Any, person requiring
special accommodations
due to disability or physi-
cal impairment should
contact the department at
least five days prior to the
meeting by calling: Pana-
ma City, (850) 872-7648;
or Jackson County (850)
488-9217.

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time of their appointment
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The Florida Wild Horse
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Marianna from 8 a.m. to 5
p.m. April 22.
Everyone is invited
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about America's Living
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wild horse and burro adop-
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demonstrations on natural
hoof trimming, equine
dentistry, and gentling
wild horses, along with a
raffle.
Previous adopters are
welcome to participate.
Vendors are wanted. A $10
donation will be charged
for each site.
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1049, Terri Albritton, 638-
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4B. Washinaton County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, February 15, 2006


Allyne Stafford, 87
Allyne Dora Andrews
Stafford of Westville died
Feb. 5 at the home of her
grandson in Dothan, Ala.,
following a long illness.
She was born in Holmes
County Oct. 14, 1918, to
Alva Christopher and Dora
Caroline Powell Andrews.
She worked in textiles
prior to retirement.
Stafford was preceded
in death by her parents;
her husband, Coy Wilmer
Stafford, who died in De-
cember 1994; a son, Doug-
las Coy Stafford; a brother,
Herman Andrews, and a
sister, Vivian Dedicos.
Surviving are a son
and daughter-in-law, Felix
and Rhonda Stafford of.
Bonifay; a brother, Gerald
Andrews of Natchitoes,
La.; one sister, Juanita
Castro of Tallahassee; a
sister-in-law, Pat Andrews
of Westville; a grandson
and two great-grandchil-
dren.
Services were held Feb.
8 in the funeral home
chapel with the Rev. Jack
Faircloth officiating.
Burial followed in Hurri-
cane Creek Cemetery with
Pittman Funeral Home of
Geneva, Ala., directing.
Mary K. Haddock, 61
Mary Kristine Haddock
of Vernon died Feb. 5 at
her home. She was born
July 16, 1944, in Chicka-
saw, Ala., daughter of Wil-
liam and Hazel (Broline)
Kimmons.
Haddock had lived in
Vernon for the past 34
years, moving there from
Pensacola. She was of the
Assembly of God faith and
a member of the Midland
City Community Church
in Midland City, Ala.
Survivors include her
husband of 41 years 'es
ton Haddock, two sons,
Joseph Haddock and Jack
Haddock and wife, Kaye,
all of Vernon; one daughter,
Minda Grantham and hus-
band, Jason, of Vernon; a
brother, Bill Kimmons and
wife, Chris, of Tallahassee,
and nine grandchildren.
Funeral services were
held Feb. 8 at Wausau First
Assembly of God with the
Revs. Danny Burns and
T.A. Greene officiating.
Burial was in Haddock
Cemetery with Brown
Funeral Home of Chipley
directing.
Robert Jones Sr., 71
Robert Gene Jones Sr. of
Chipley died Feb. 7 at his
home. He was born Nov. 8,
1934, in Holmes County to
William Robert and Flora
Mae (Phillips) Jones.
Jones was a lifelong
resident of Washington
County. He was a member
of the Holiness faith.
Survivors include his
wife, Glenda Jones of
Chipley; six sons, Jerry
Ray Jones of Okahumpka,
Robert Gene Jones Jr.,
Allen Watkins, Richard
Lee Watkins, and Randall
Gene Jones, all of Chipley;
two daughters, Cheryl
Ann Jones of Okahumpka
and Sandra Gail Weeks
of Chipley; two brothers,
Robert Earl Jones of Do-
than, Ala., B.C. Jones of
Wewahitchka; one sister,
Lois Harkey of Brandon,
10 grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.
Services were held Feb.
9 in the funeral home's
Brickyard Road chapel
with the Rev. Victor Fisher
officiating.
Burial followed in the
Wachob-Forest Lawn


Cemetery with Brown
Funeral Home of Chipley
directing.
Charles Flournoy, 43
Charles Glenn'Flournoy
of the Poplar Springs com-
munity near Graceville
died Feb. 7. He was born


Jan. 9, 1963, in Dothan,
Ala.
Flournoy was a 1981
graduate of Slocomb, Ala.,
High School, and was a
partner in F & W Pro-
duce and Woodham Pea-
nut Company. He was a
member of Bethel Baptist'
Church.
Surviving are his wife,
Tammy Flournoy of
Graceville; his parents, Joe
and Bobbie Flournoy of
Fadette, Ala., two daugh-
ters, Tiffany and Brittany
Flournoy of Graceville; a
brother and sister-in-law,
Paul and Shirlon Flournoy
of Slocomb; sister and
brother-in-law, Kay and
Mark Capps of Graceville;
father-in-law and mother-
in-law, Wendell and Patsy
Woodham of Graceville;
brother-in-law and sister-
in-law, Keith and Penny
Woodham, and several
nieces and nephews.
Services were held Feb.
9 at Bethel Baptist Church
with the Revs. Dennis Sin-
gletary and Kent Lampp
officiating.
Burial followed in the
church cemetery with
James & Lipford Funeral
Home of Graceville direct-
ing.
Memorial donations
may be made to Bethel
Baptist Church Building
Fund, 1349 Highway 173,
Graceville, FL 32440, or
the Arthritis Foundation.
Christine Johnson, 76
Christine H. Johnson
of Grand Ridge died Feb.
7 at her home there. A
homemaker, she had spent
most of her life in Calhoun
County. She was of the Ho-
liness faith.
Johnson was preceded
in death by her husband,
Leland Johnson, and par-
ents, Howard and Lizzie
Beth Harris.
Survivors include a son,
Bobby Johnson of Altha;
two daughters, Linda
Johnson Jeter and husband,
Jackie, of Grand Ridge,
and Lois Fant of Altha;
seven grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were
held Feb. 11 at Sneads
Pentecostal Holiness
Church with the Rev. Jim-
my Wright officiating.
Burial followed in
Shady Grove Cemetery
with James & Sikes Fu-
neral Home of Sneads
directing.
Carolyn Teixeria, 63
Carolyn Marie Albritton
Teixeria of Wewahitchka
died Feb. 5 at the home of
her mother, Lottie Rich, in
Wewahitchka. She was a
former resident of Jackson
County.
Teixeria had been self-
employed as a beautician/
manicurist most of her
life.
Survivors include two
sons,;: Mathew "Bill" Al-
britton and Jim Albritton of
Graceville ; one daughter,
Carol Arlene Chappell of
Dothan, Ala.; one brother,
Brad Rich of Montgomery,
Ala.; a sister, Jean Year-
wood of North Carolina,
six grandchildren, and two
great-grandchildren.
A memorial service will
be held at a later date .
Essie M. Golightly, 95
Essie Mae Golightly
died Jan. 30 in Santa Rosa
County following a brief
illness which had confined
her to Pensacola Naval
Hospital. A native of Ge-
neva, Ala., she had lived in
Santa Rosa County since


1951. She was the daughter
of the late Charles Morton
and Elizabeth Melindy
Tharp.
In addition to her par-
ents, she was preceded in
death by her husband, Sgt.
Arthur Golightly of the
U.S. Army; a sister, Doshie


Leitz; three brothers,
Grady Tharp, Willis Tharp
and Oneal Tharp; and a
son, Wilburn Golden.
Survivors include four
sisters, Oshie Sellers and
Myrtle Birge, both of
Bonifay, Oray Mims of
Eustis, and Bessie Jones
of Pensacola; six grand-
children, 20 great-grand-
children and six great-
great-grandchildren, and
a number of nieces and
nephews.
Burial followed services
at Barrancas National
Cemetery, N.A.S., Pensac-
ola, withWaters & Hibbert
Funeral Home in charge.
Thomas Weeks Jr., 87
Thomas A. Weeks Jr. of
Chipley died there Feb. 11.
He was born in Cleveland,
Ohio, Oct. 13, 1918, to
Thomas A. Sr. and Clara
(Marcks) Weeks.
Weeks moved to Chipley
from Orlando and had lived
there for the past 50 years.
He was of the Methodist
faith and was a member of
the First United Methodist
Church.
Survivors include 11
nieces and nephews.
Graveside services were
held Feb. 13 at Glenwood
Cemetery in Chipley with
the Rev. Jimmy Allen offi-
ciating and Brown Funeral
Home of Chipley direct-
ing.
Kathryn Sargent, 79
Kathryn Sargent of Pan-
ama City died Feb. 11 at
Bay Medical Center there.
She was born in Chipley
Feb. 4, 1927, to Drew Buck
and Doan (Scott) Gilbert.
Survivors include a
daughter and son-in-law,
Doan and Todd DeWitt of
Southport, and one grand-
child.,
Ser ices were held. Feb.
1i3 "at thie w Orage Bap-
tist Church with the Revs.
Alcus Brock and Michael
Orr officiating.
Burial was in the church
cemetery with Brown
Funeral Home of Chipley
directing.
Mildred Floyd, 96
Mildred Floyd of
Chipley died Feb. 10. She
was a native of Holmes
County, but had lived in
Chipley for some time.
She and her husband
owned and operated Floyd
Furniture in Chipley for
many years. She was a
member of the First As-
sembly of God Church in
Chipley.
Survivors include a
stepdaughter, Delphin Ev-
erett of Chipley, several
nieces and nephews.
Services were held Feb.
13 at the First Assembly
of God Church with her
pastor, Dallas Pettis and
the Rev. T.A. Green of-
ficiating.
Burial followed in the
Live Oak Cemetery in Hol-
mes County with Brown
Funeral Home of Chipley
directing.
Mary L. Tharp, 73
Mary Louise Tharp of
Graceville died Feb. 11.
She was a lifelong resident
of Jackson County and a
member of the Blue Lake
Baptist Church.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
Doice Tharp; two brothers,
Martie Edward Broom and
Willie Broom, and a sister,
Julia Pauline Dykes.
Survivors include one
son, Aaron (Opie) Tharp of
Graceville; a brother, Wil-
lie Junior Broom of Winter
Haven; two sisters, Ruthie
Inez Broom of Eagle Lake


and Betty Jean Taylor of
Tallahassee.
Services were conduct-
ed Feb. 14 at Blue Lake
Baptist Church with the
Rev. Rick Lee and Wayne
Shelton officiating.
Burial followed in the


Lovewood Church Cem-
etery with Brown Funeral
Home of Chipley direct-
ing.
Lela M. Martin, 85
Lela Mae Martin of
Destin died Feb. 11 in
Fort Walton Beach. She
was born Aug. 10, 1921,
in Millville, daughter of
Noah Daniel and Maud
Mary (Todd) Wright. She
was a former resident of
Vernon.
Martin was of the Free
Will Baptist faith and a
member of the Poplar
Head Free Will Baptist
Church.
She was preceded in
death by her husband, Jay
Walter Martin.
Survivors include two
sons and daughters-in-law,
Willie E. and Marion Mar-
tin, of Destin, Daniel and
Charlotte Martin of Crest-
view; three sisters, Bernice
Thomas of Panama City,
Maxine Hackathorn of
Ohio and Earlene Baker of
Texas; four grandchildren
and five great-grandchil-
dren.
Funeral services were
held Feb. 14 in the funeral
home chapel with the Revs.
Donald Morris and Wesley
Hall officiating.
Burial followed in the
Vernon Cemetery with
Brown Funeral Home of
Chipley directing.
Wiley Yokley, 73
Wiley Gerald Yokley of
Crystal Lake died Feb. 9.
He was born Feb. 28, 1932,
in Logan County, Ill., to
Ottis and Flo Yokley.
He met and married Ma-
mie Ann Rodgers in 1951
while she was working at
the old Panama Theater.
His career in the USAF
as a military police officer
took their family to Flori-
da, Texas, Nevada, Can'ida,
Turkey and Illinois.
Following retirement,
he served as a deputy sher-
iff in Macon County, and
Sunny Hills.
Their move to Washing-
ton County was to fulfill
a promise to his wife "to
bring her home." He was
very involved with the
Sand Hills Baptist Church,
which he helped build, and
served in many positions
there.
Yokley was preceded in
death by a brother, Richard
Yokley, and a sister-in-law,
Jan Yokley.


Survivors include his
wife of 54 years, Mamie
Yokley; three children and
their spouses, Wiley G.
and Tammy Yokley Jr. of
Panama City, Cindy and
Patrick Johnson of Bristol,
Pamela and Bobby Van
Horn of Crystal Lake; his
siblings and their spouses,
Kelly and Jackie Yokley
and Robert Yokley, all of
Decatur, Ill., Arlene and
John Bird of Warrensburg,
Ill., Finley and Karen Yok-
ley of Troutdale, Oregon; a
sister-in-law, Alice Yokley
of Decatur.
Memorial services were
held Feb. 12 in the chapel
of Southerland Family Fu-
neral Home with the Rev.
Keith Gann officiating.
Memorial donations
may be made to the Sand
Hills Baptist Church
Building Fund, Covenant
Hospice or the American
Cancer Society.
Expressions of sympa-
thy may be submitted at
the funeral home link www
.southerlandfamily.com
Freada Williams, 77
Freada Mae Williams
of Noma died Feb. 12 at
Doctors Memorial Hospi-
tal in Bonifay following a
brief Illness. She was born
in Gallagher, W.Va., and
was a former resident of
Pomona, Calif., and Day-
ton, Ohio. She had lived in
Noma since 1970.
Williams was a retired
dietician working at conva-
lescent centers in Jackson
and Washington counties
for a number of years.
She was preceded in
death by her parents, Mack
C. and Dessie Lee Binion
Williams, and a brother,
Audley Lee Williams.
Survivors include two
sisters, Alberta Snyder


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Holmes County Times-Advertiser
Wednesday, February 15, 2006


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The Chipley Tigers
captured the District 2-
3A championship after
defeating the Marianna
Bulldogs, 48-39, Satur-
day night in Bonifay.
The Tigers squad beat
the top seeded Bulldogs
to capture the crown


and advance to the re-
gional playoffs.
Scoring leaders for
the Tigers were: Jonte
Harmon with 19, Pat-
rick Spencer with 11,
Zach Schaubhut and
Josh Potter added six
each, and John Brund-


Chipley defeated a bigger Marianna team to earn the
district title.


age, Danzell Everett,
and Joe Green finished
with two each.
Leading rebounders
were: Zach Schaubhut
and Jonte Harmon with
12 each, Danzell Ever-
ett grabbed six, Patrick
Spencer had four, and
Josh Potter grabbed
three.
The Tigers will play,
in the regional quar-
terfinals, at home on
Thursday night., Game
time is 7 p.m. against
Pensacola Catholic.
The Tigers advanced
to the title game af-
ter defeating Holmes
County 70-60 in the
district tournament
opener.
Leading scorers in
the game were: Jonte
Harmon with 19, Pat-
rick Spencer with 18,
Zach Schaubhut with
13, Danzell Everett


Jonte Harmon led Chipley in scoring in each district game with 19 points.
with eight, Josh Pot- were: Zach Schaubhut Danzell Everett added
ter with six, Michael grabbed eight, Michael three each.
Garrett added four, and Garrett with six, Patrick Assist leaders were:
John Brundage finished Spencer and Josh Potter Patrick Spencer with
with two. finished with five each, eight and Michael Gar-
Leading rebounders and Jonte Harmon and rett with four.

Choctawhatchee Basin NWTF

chapter banquet announced


Chipley's Lady Tigers advanced to the Regional semifinals after defeating Pen-
sacola Catholic 63-50.


The Holmes County,
Choctawhatchee Basin
Chapter will hold their'
10th annual "Hunting Her-
itage" dinner banquet.
It will be at the Hol-
mes County High School
in Bonifay on Saturday,
March 11, 2006, from 5
PM to 10 PM, with dinner
at 6 PM. The High School
is located off Highway 90
West of Bonifay, Florida.
Several thousand dollars
worth of merchandise will
be raffled and auctioned,
including specialized shot-
guns, knives, art prints and
other collectibles to raise
funds for the Wild Turkey
in Holmes County.
Major credit cards ac-
cepted.


able from volunteering
NWTF members for $45.
This includes membership
in the NWTF and the ban-
quet steak dinner.
Couples tickets are
available for $75 (includes
1 regular and 1 WITO
membership). Special
lower priced tickets for
youth "JAKES" member-
ships for $15.
There will be a special
"Sponsorship Package"
available for I50 -single
or Sponsor Couples tickets
for $280 (includes 1 spon-
sor, 1 WITO)..
Committee contacts:
(area code 850) Chapter
President Shep Eubanks
(shep@ifas. ufl1. edu)
547-1108 or 5813, Ban-


Kirkland 547-0739, Co-
chairman Dana Franklin
638-2384, Treasurer Gary
Treadwell 547-2850,
Master of Ceremonies
Jeep Sullivan 326-1771,
John Reynolds 519-8088,
Larry -Morris 547-5536,
Bobby/Vicki Paulin 547-
9551, James Martin 956-
2284, Hampton Yates
(hayates @outdrs.net)
956-2120, or Roy Harris
994-6337 for more ilifor-
mation.
Due to steak plates and
seat counts, ADVANCE
TICKETS requested.
Make checks payable to
NWTF, complete tickets,
and return by March 1 to:
Treasurer Gary
Treadwell, PO Box 764,
*n _- c-_- T-T 11r\Ar1cq


Dinner tickets are avail- quet Chairman Russell Bonifay, FL 32425
Lady Tigers defeat Catholic to Home Builders bass tourn announced
ey
advance to regional semifinals Tri-CountyHomeBuild- Registration fee is $100, Community Service Fouri-
s re will be hosting their 3rd with $10 going to n


The. Lady Tigers
came out ready to play
in the Class 3A regional
quarterfinals in Chipley
Thursday night and han-
dled the Lady Crusaders
to capture the 63-50 win.
The Lady Tigers
jumped out to the early
lead and dominated for
the opening half. They
went in at the half ahead
of the Crusaders 34-19.
The Crusaders cut the
Tigers' lead to five in the
third period, but Chipley


picked it up and ended the
quarter ahead by 11.
The Crusaders started
fouling in the fourth, but
the Lady Tigers were
able to convert their free
throws and won the game
with a final score of 63 to
50.
Chipley's Emi Mc-
Cullough finished the
playoff contest with a
game-high 36 points.
Also scoring for the Ti-
gers were: Erica Sewell
with 10, Teanna Hill with


6, J. T. Hogans with three,
Shanida Thomas with
three, Tiffany Owens
with two, Kassi Shackl-
eford with two, and Ron-
nae Tolbert added one.
High scorers for Catho-
lic were: Amber Ingram
with 18, Sara Gibson with
14, and Tammy McFar-
land added six. The Lady
Tigers will host Jackson-
ville Ribault on Tuesday,
Feb. 14. Game time is 7
p.m. at the Chipley High
School gym.


Annual Bass Busters Clas-
sic on Saturday, May 6, at
Lake Seminole at Semi-
nole Lodge. Guaranteed
first place prize is $2,000.


the Big Fish Pot and $45
payback in prize money.
The proceeds of this tour-
nament will benefit the
Tri-County Home Builders


For more information,
please contact Tammy
Dean at 850-526-6831, or
Debbie McCrary at 850-
638-4436.


Lady Tigers softball team opens

season with win over South Walton


The Chipley High
School Lady Tigers var-
sity softball team traveled
to South Walton Monday
and won their season
opener 15 to 3. Pitching
for the Lady Tigers were


Kylie Mulrain and Jessica
Bush.
The Lady Tigers host
their first home game
Thursday, February 9,
against Walton County.
The JV will play at 4 p.m.


and varsity will play at 6.
Please come out and sup-
port the Lady Tigers.






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6B, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, February 15, 2006

Blue Devils boys baseball team

opens season with dominant wins


JEREMY RAINES
Sports Editor
Holmes County High
School Blue Devils base-
ball team got off to a hot
start for the 2006 season
as they travelled to Live
oak for a preseason base-
ball tournament.
The Blue Devils won
both of their games and
ten-run ruled on of the
them.
The opening game
matched the Devils
against Madison County.
The Devils easily cruised
to the 13-2 win.
Zack Nails earned the
win pithing four innings
and striking out eight.
Grant Gavin came in for
the final two innings and


struck out two.
Leading the Devils on
offense was Aaron Mol-
lett going 3-for-4 with a
double and two RBIs.
Kentral Ector and Mi-
cheal Johnson both fin-
ished with two hits and
a double.
Andy Leavins had the
biggest hit of the game a
grand slam home run.
"This was a well
played game, we fin-
ished with no errors and
got off to a good start,"
said HCHS coach Ron
Dixon.
The following game
the Devils played Lake
City and finished with a
10-6 win.
Jared Mosley went


four strong innings, strik-
ing out four and allowing
three runs.
Micheal Johnson came
in in relief and struck out
three.
Brandon Dykes fin-
ished the game 2-for-3
with two singles, Arron
Mollet finished 2-for-4
with a double and home-
run and four RBIs.
Andy Leavin went 2-
for-3 with a double and
single and Brad White
finished 1-for-4 with four
RBIs.
"Arron Mollet's three
run home run in the fifth
inning put the game away.
B.J. Lee had a big two run
double in the sixth to help
out," said Dixon.


Good shot!
Katie Loucks of Bonifay, killed her first deer while hunting with her sncle in the
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Lady Blue Devils softball team

open 2006 season with wins


AWF wrestling in Noma
The American Wrestling Federation is coming to the Town of Noma Saturday,
Feb. 18, 8 p.m., at the Mitchell Building. General admission is $6. Proceeds will
benefit the 4-H Youth Programs in Holmes County. For more information, call
(850) 638-7183.


JEREMY RAINES
Sports Editor
Holmes County Lady
Blue Devils kicked off
their 2006 softball season
with two decisive wins
over Vernon and Arnold.
The Lady Devils started
the season with a 16-6 win
over Arnold of Panama
City Beach.
The Lady Devils jumped
out to an early 1-0 lead in
the first inning and extend-
ed the lead to 8-0 at the end
of the third. They added
four more in the fourth and
four in the seventh innings
to cruise to the win.
Crystal Thompson


started the game and went
two strong shutout innings
before giving way to Mary
Pippin. Pippin pitched
three innings striking out
three and allowing three
runs.
Rachel Gavin came in
for the final two innings
and struck out two.
Rachael Hodge led the
charge on offense going 3-
for-4 with a triple, double
and single.
Sarah Durrance, Crystal
Thompson and Aleah Pe-
ters each had two hits in
the win.
Two days later the Lady
Devils continued to play


strong as they faced the
Lady Yellow Jackets of
Vernon.
Holmes County once
again was dominate as they
won 15-0 in four innings.
Crystal Thompson
pitched three shutout in-
nings racking up seven
strike outs with no walks.
Mary Pippin came in for
the final inning to preserve
the win.
Cassy Long was the
team leader with three hits.
Thompson, Peters, and Mi-
kaela Strickland each fin-
ished with two hits each.
This makes the Lady
Devils 2-0 on the season.


New Life Church
T-ball and softball
signups underway
New Life Ministries
of Bonifay Recreational
center is hosting registra-
tion for t-ball and girls.
softball the entire month
of February.
Anyone interested in
signing up can stop by the
First Baptist Church of-
fice from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Mon-Fri. or at the HCHS
gym and Bonifay Middle
School Gym on Saturday
mornings from 8 a.m. un-
til 11 a.m. Softball is for
girls ages 7-14. Tee ball is
for boys and girls ages 5-
6. For more information
call 547-2420.

Holmes Family
Fishing Day set
The annual Holmes
County Family Fishing
Fun "Fishing for Life"
will be held Sat., March
18, from 8 a.m. until
2 p.m. at the Homnes
County Fairgrounds in
Bonifay.
Volunteer training will
be held for those who
would be interested in
lending a hand.
Learn to man the differ-
ent aquatic stations.
For more information,
call Wilfredo E. "Wil"
Morales at 547-1108.

Hunter safety
The course will be
taught at the Wausau Town
Hall, 1607 Second Ave.
from 6 9 p.m. Feb. 17
and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Feb.
18. The firing range sec-
tion of the course is sched-
uled for Feb, 19,
The hunter safety course
is required for anyone
born on or after June 1,
S1975 to purchase a hunting
icinse, The FWC course


sadti~a hunter a t}.
training requirements for
all other states and Cana-
dian provinces.
Persons interested in
attending this course can
register on-line and obtain
information about future
hunter safety classes at
MyFWC.com/huntered or
by calling FWC's regional
office in Panama City at
(850) 265-3676.

Vernon holds
signups for
spring sports
The City of Vernon
will be holding Baseball/
Softball/Teeball Signups
on February 11 and 25,
between the hours of 2:00
p.m. and 4:00 p.m. at the
Vernon Sportsplex.
Contact Recreational
Director Brad Hall at
(850) 535-1401 or Vernon
City Hall at (850) 535-
2444.

Ebro signups
announced
Registration for Ebro
T-Ball (ages 4 6), Farm
League (ages 7 9), Little
League (ages 10 12)
and Girls Softball "Pony
,Tails" (ages 10 12) will
be held February 11 at 9
- 11 am at the Ebro Ball
Field. Registrations fee are
$25.00 per child.
Please bring copy of
birth certificate. Contact
Tracie Dove Home 535-
9937, Cell 258-2559.

Wausau signups
The Town of Wausau
is now accepting applica-
tions for the 2006 Dixie
Youth ball season.
Boys and girls, ages 4
S12, are eligible to par-
ticipate. The registration
fee is $20 for the first
child with a reduced rate


for eackitodiuioiIal.Vhild.
Be sure to take the birth
certificate of each child
that is being registered.
Sign up at the Wausau
Town Hall during regular
office hours.
Anyone wishing to
assist with coaching or
umpiring should contact
Robert at (850) 260-5755
after 4 p.m. For more
information, contact Mar-
garet Riley at 638-1781.

Turkey season
in 2006
For the first time since
1998, Holmes County in
Florida's Panhandle will
have a turkey season.
March 18-20, hunters will
be able to take one gobbler
during a limited, three-day
spring turkey season.
The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC)
closed the county to turkey
hunting eight years ago af-
ter local citizens expressed
concern about the lack of
wild turkeys in their area.
This concern was verified
by FWC biologists after
careful examination.
With support from the
citizens of Holmes County
and surrounding counties,
the FWC and local chapter
members of the National
Wild Turkey Federation
mapped out a restora-
tion project to improve
turkey habitat within the
county, while at the same
time restocking the turkey
population. The project re-
leased more than 120 wild
turkeys at eight locations
throughout the county, and
the FWC imposed a ban on
hunting turkeys until FWC
biologists determined the
restocked population could
sustain hunting.
This turkey population
will -continue to be moni-
tored by FWC biologists.


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8B, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, February 15, 2006


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of race, color, relgon, sehandicap ramlnai status. or national
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COLOR COPIES $1. NEW QUEEN MAT-
COPIES 15c Washing- TRESS and base. Never
ton County News, down- used, in unopened plas-
Stown Chipley. tic. Must sell $125. 850-
HOMEMADE "LYE" 545-7112
SOAP call anytime. NEW LEATHER SOFA
Farris Stewart (850)415- and loveseat $750, can
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SOD SOD SOD Quality FURNITURE & SERTA
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or (850)326-1500 $250.00 Firm. Call 850-
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4-WHEELER 2003 NEW BEDROOM SET
Yamaha Warrior350, six beautiful cherry Louis
speed, very fast, must Philippe 8 piece wood,
see. $3000 obo. Call King sleigh bed, dresser,
547-7374 'mirror, chest, 2
SNARE DRUM LIKE nightslands. Sug. list
new, $125. (850)548- $5200, sell 1650. 850-
4796 545-7112
4796
STOCK TRAILER CHERRY SLEIGH BED
BOAT motor & trailer. $250, brand new, solid
Solid core doors, beauti- wood, 850-222-9879
ful bronze windows, QUEEN MATTRESS
.huge beams, please call SET pillow top, new in
373-7029 or 535-2680 plastic with warranty.
SOD FOR SALE on the $165. 850-425-8374
farm, delivered or in- NEW BRAND NAME
stalled. Centipede and King Mattress set, $250,
419 Bermuda. WEST in plastic, warranty. 850-
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S (850)638-4860. 24 MATTRESS NEW lull
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STOVE KENMORE ranly, $120. Call 850-
drop-in. Self-cleaning in 222-9879
good condition. $150. -FORMAL DINING
Upright piano in good ROOM Brand new
condition $450. Antique cherry table with 6 chairs
Console with Radio and lighted china cabi-
Record Player, excellent net. $3k retail, sell lor
condition. $100. 638- $900. 850-425-8374
7009 $900. 850-425-8374
'LENNOX Gas & A room se. New in boxes.
room set. New in boxes.


3 1/2 ton $1800. call
773-8652
FOR SALE HANDICAP
platform wheelchair lift
for van or truck.
(850)638-8722
1995 FLEETWOOD
20FT pop-up camper
with A/C, gas stove, elec-
tric, sleeps 6. 638-0983.
leave message.
DEEP FREEZER 32 cu-
bic feel, apartment size
$250. Video Player Com-
bination VCR $100 call
638-0924
UPRIGHT PIANO FOR
sale. Good condition.
Must see' $300. 535-
5535
TERM LIFE INSUR-
ANCE 20 yrs with return
premiums. Also. hospital
S& cancer insurance. Call
John @ 535-4121
EASY GO GOLF Cart,
2003 like new, excellent
condition $2500 Also
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14'FIBERGLASS BOAT
and trailer 25hp Evinrude
electric start & trolling
motor. $1200. (850)548-
4796
15' GLASTRON WALK
through windshield,.
75hp. Johnson & Irailer.
$1500. (850)548-4796




PEDIGREE AKC,REG-
ISTERED poodles for
sale. $350. All shots
given, 7 weeks old. Call
415-7199




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and cull's must go! Up Io
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83,000 miles, air, $7000.
(850)260-1149
1998 PONTIAC TRANS-
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seals seven, excellent
shape inside & out. cold
air, loaded $5995 547-
9233
1999 CADILLAC SE-
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527-1722. leave mes-
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0083,
FOR SALE 1997 Silver
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miles $10,500. 547-
3545
1987 LINCOLN,
TOWNCAR 109,000
miles, runs good, new
exhaust, 302 engine,
good tires, for more infor-
mation call 638-1311.
$750


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COMING SOON PRIVATE HOMESITES IN THE CITY OF CHIPLEY.
Pre-development prices upon request.
*WOc..a-Ao hom- ; ii, r,,-3r HELL L-riCf'irG ri w Hope $19,500
*1 *,: r Dilla Larr r ..jrl-nri FL 119 i
S1.75 acres Home Site. Septic & Power. ALFORD HWY. Chipley,
FL $31,500
*Wooded h6me site on FALLING WATERS HWY. 2.26 acres.
Chipley, FL $45,000.
*600 ft mol of CRYSTAL CLEAR WATERFRONT w/nice picnic
pavilion at Twin Lakes. Greenhead, FL $120,000
*100 ft. mol of HOLMES CREEK FOrUTiAGE v .;.:,mlor, n tbI 1
MH. Screen Porch. Dock. Vernon, FL 154'."001i
*CUTE, NEAT & COMPLETE DW, all appliances, above ground
pool, Kol pond, screened porch & deck. 2.0 acres. Chipley,
FL.$93,900
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Santa Rosa Bch. $750,000.
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BETTIE L. SLAY, BROKER
Ou 5 7-y5-0(Florida & Alabama)
205 E. North Ave., Bonifay, FL 32425
850) 547-3510


40 ACRES LAND WOODED HWY FRONTAGE, VERNON AREA
$200,000 9+ ACRES FRONTS HWY 81, HOME, HORSE BARNS, PAS-
TURE $200,000 85 ACRES PLANTED PINES, WOODS $3,750 PER
ACRE GREAT 2 BR BRICK HOME, IN TOWN, CORNER LOT $87,500
* NICE 3 BR HOME LARGE LOT, DOGWOOD LAKES $1.59,900 3
BR, 2 BA HOME IN TOWN, OWNER FINANCING $119,900 9+ AC
3 BR 2 BA HOME, POND, PAVED ROAD $150,000 19+ ACRES
POND, OWNER FINANCING $139,900 1+ AC 3 BR HOME-HWY.-
CLOSE TO TOWN REDUCEI6-$76,900 40 AC CATTLE RANCH
3 BR BRICK HOME-FRAME RENTAL HOUSE-PASTURE $399,000.


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TRI-COUNTY
REALTY
1103 S. Waukesha St.,
Bonifay, FL
(850) 547-4480
.Experienced
Trained Agents
John Alford..... 547-2737
James Wilson. 773-3655
Mary Coleman 547-3181
Rober Smith .. 547-4480
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ALL LISTINGS &
SEARCH THE MLS:
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BROKER /REALTOR
Cell: 768-0320n


1999 ISUZU AMIGO
Convertible, brand new
clutch, transmission,
slarter, timing bells. Ask-
ing $6500 773-5720,
leave message
1995 FORD F-150 XLT,
extended cab, V8, auto,
power window, locks,.
toolbox, cab steps, rails,
rims, AM/FM cassette,
$7000 638-9630'
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
1990 CHEVY 1/2 ton
Z71, SWB, reg cab,
Silverado Package. New
pts. $5500.' Call Terry
547-3646. 7am-5pm
99 FORD 150 XL Super,
Cab, AT, PS, PB, toolbox,
new tires. 97,500 miles.
Asking 59000. 547-0150:
326-3123
1985 GMC HIGH Sierra
Pick-up, 4-WD, auto, air,
PS/PB, AM/FM radio.
131,000 miles. $3500.
.638-4251
FOR SALE 2001 Ford:
Expedition XLT. loaded.
42,000 miles, $17,000.
547-4830 between 6pm
& 8pm only. No collect
calls.
FOR SALE 1996 Ex-
plorer XLT, V-8, 4 door,
leather, loaded, custom
rims, Alpine stereo sys-
tem, lined windows
$11,000. 547-2502
96 F-150 loaded, $4000.
547-2401
2005 CHEVY TRAIL-
BLAZER ext 4x4, 8,000
miles, tan in color,
loaded, LT edition,
$22,500. OBO. 547-
0765, 527-4246
nT ,


2000 BRONZE CHEVY 1998 OLDSMOBILE
Malibu. 55,000 miles, SILHOUETTE Van dual
AC, CD player, tlnted air CD player, leather,
power windows, new ec. Tan, 77.000 miles.
sock speakers Like Must see and drive to ap-
new! $10.000 Call 849- precate. 638-1138
1143
97 DODGE 4-wheel
1995 FORD ESCORT drive, 155.000 miles.
wagon 1 owner, 4 cylin- looks and runs great
der. Good condition $6500 OBO. 263-9711
$2,200. OBO 638-2749
1979 FORD EXPLORER
2001 FORD EXPLOR- collector's truck, loaded,
ER white, automatic, ful- one owner, garage kept,
ly loaded, 6 CD changer. mechanically sound,
running boards, custom- $7000 value, asking
sized bra, $8000. $3500. 638-1321; 638-
(334)588-3141. cell 454.
(850)418-0031
( 1 1998 Z71 ext cab, 3-
2003 INFINITIG35 2- door. $9500. 263-3105
door Coupe, fully loaded., evenings.
automatic & manual.
leather. 6 disc, CD play- 86 CHEVY PICKUP 350
er, silver, sunroof, spor- motor, built, large .cam,
ty, well taken care ol. runs good, body has
$24,000 Call (850)527- some rust, show its age
9592; (850)547-5070, $1500. OBO. 547-0929
ask for Tyler. 87 CHEVY SUBURBAN
92 ROADMASTER '3/4ton, Heavy Duty .4x4,
BUICK Stationwagon. new A/C, tow package.
clean & good shape. 22 350 motor, AT, PS, PB,
mpg. $2800 638-7822 new paint, parts & bat-
tery, 850-547-0448
91 5.0 Mustang LX, ,
hatchback, under 130k, FORSALE 1999 Chevy
runs -great: $3000. Suburban LT, 5.7 litre,
(850)415-6444 leather, CD, front/rear
87 CHRYSLER New AC, 153,000 miles. Ask-
i ning $8950 Cal 850.956-
Yorker, while, cruise, till ing$8950 Call850956-
steering, AC, power
locks.windows, aulornat- FOR SALE 87 Dodge
ic. AM/FM radio. 624- Ram 250Van. Good me-
.9773 chanical condition.
Makes excellent work
87 CUTLASS CIERA van; $1250. Call eve-
3.8 liter, runs excellent. nings after5:3Q. 5 3
S900 obo. Call 850-373- 980ns
7824: or 334-449-1032 9800
1996 F150 XL Extended
2000 FORD TAURUS ca. Dedliner, dual tanks,
Sel 4 door, loaded 12- 120K, good condition
disc CD changer, cloth $7000. 547-9396
seals, tilt, cruise, top con-
dition, 57,000 miles.850- 96 FORD DULLY F350
638-7511 or 850-326- gooseneck, brake sys-
0210 tem, trim package,
1989 CADI C bedliner, excellent condi-
1989 CADILLAC tion $12,500; 535-2276
BROGHAM heat & air tion $12,500 535-2276
runs good, $900. 547- 1996 GMC JIMMY 4.3
4159 V6, AT, AC,;PW, 4-door,
93 MAZDA MX6 $1000 -very lea $4500
asis. 547-2401 : (850)260-161
99 FORD EXPEDITION
S92 CHEVY CAPRICE 100,000 miles, excellent
Classic SW. Fullyloaded, condition. $12,000.
seats 9. $2800 O00. Ask (850)579-2977
for Karl. 547-4465 1987 CHEY 579-29
1979 CORVETTE 1987 CHEVY a^0 Van
1979 CORVETTE fully customized with
Eveything brand newly front & rear air. $3500
Must see to appreciate. OBO. 548-4798; 548-
415-6820 $8000 or trade 5763
for pick-up ol equal
value: 1987 FORD F250 4x4
96 ACURA leather very 351 motor. Runs good,
96 ACURA leather very great shape. $3800.
nice, good condition. 99 (8501415-6301
Dodge Dakota good con- 500 F EXPL
edition. 773-9300 2002 FORD EXPLOR-
ER XLT, excellent condi-
TRUCK '&tion, fully loaded, keyless
entry,: leather, dark sage
L green. 81,000 miles.
S 'BE4 $12,500. Call 526-.
BEAUTIFUL 2004 RED 3619(w): 638-8104(h)
Dodge Durango SLT, A
head turner with 7seats. CUSTOMIZED FORD
Dual Air, Sharp wheels VAN with platform
12.000 miles: $26,000. wheelchair for scooter
850-638-8882. lift. (850)638-8722
99 FORD EXPLORER 1980 DODGE EX-
XLT, leather, power win- TENDED work van
. dows, locks, CD & cas- $1500. 773-3892
sette,running boards. V- 1994 CONVERSION
6, $7000. Call596-3774 VAN V-6, cruise, power,
1966 FORD F-150 runs 'windows, 106 k miles,.
greal $2,000. 258-4428 looks and runs good.
2001 FORD RANGER 547-2180
XLT V-6, fully loaded, 2000 DODGE 2500 Ram
auto-trans, 5 disc CD WagonV-8, PW,PL, ste-
player, Bedliner. Only reo, dual A/C, 23,000
53,000 miles. $8,900.. miles, very clean, must.
547-1688; 768-0135 sell, make offer. 850-
773-7737
2003 DODGE RAM w/
Hemi 2500.7000+miles, 2001 TOYOTA
loaded. $28,000. Must TACOMA 2.4 liter 4 cyl-
sell. (3341699-2382 inder, flow master cus-
1998 FORD. F150 good todm exhaust, CD player
condition, call for lunher with security system.' 5-
inlormalion. (850)535- speed, AC, 44,000 miles.
4945 $11,000. (850)352-4589;
cell (850)209-7311
2000 HONDA ODYS- ce (850)29-7311
SEY EX Mini-Van, V6, 1989 FORD F-150 PU,
89,000 miles, good con- 115,000 miles, runs great
dillon, gray cloth interior, $2000. 535-2608
while exterior. $13.000
OBO. 547-0899 1988 FORD RANGER
pickup, 4x4, 4 cyl, 5-
FOR SALE 1999 Ford speed, good hunting
Ranger, excellent condi- truck, runs excellent
tion, 5 speed, cd player, driven everyday. $1200.
black, new Iires. 106,000 .d5env7 31
miles, call 956-2187 '(850)773-2886;
2002 FORD RANGER
king Cab, step side, 6 cd FOR SALE 1999
changer,-power windows F-150, low miles
and doors, like new. $13,500. OBO. 100,000
$12,000 (pay off) 850- mile warranty. 547-5960;
373-7755 547-2228


SALE SCHEDULE Sale Dates
Tack Sale 10:30 A.M. lD
Consignment $20 Comm. 10% April 22
Quarter Horse Sale- 12:00 P.M. May 20
Consignment $50 Comm. 8%. July 15
Paid Day of Sale Mark Your
No pass out fees Calendar
CONSIGN NOWII I calendar
LIMITED 125 HORSES
NEGATIVE COGGINS AND
HEALTH CERTIFICATE REQUIRED
Wayne Garvine, Auctioneer
FL AL #2874 NAA Member GPPA
For More Information Contact
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CAROLE CANNON REALTY
2229 Jim Bush Rd. Boufay, FL
(8501547-4784* Cell (8501951-5682
Carole Cannon, Broker
New: 4.5 acres, wooded with some Ig pines, well
(needs pump), private $40,000 Spacious 3/2
home on 3.43 acres paved frontage, lots of extras
$169,900 6.65 newly surveyed acres, wooded,
lots ot Ironiage $66,500 Beautiful homesite on
lake, cleared and ready for home $98,500 Nature
lovers dream, 60 acres, end of road, woods, water,
wildlife $240,000 19 acres, half cleared, hilltop
homesite $114,000 120 acres $510,000 100
acres $420,000' Building lots from $28,500.
www.carolecannonrealty.com









BEST PRICES AROUND ON
ii [I 1'10i 1
98 Redmon 28x70,4 BR,2 BA ..................$39,900
99 General 2452,3 BR,2 BA .................. $33,900
00 General.28x56,3 BR,2 BA .................$36,900
98 Redmon 16x80,3 BR,2 BA ................ $23,900
99 Belcrest 24x52,3 BR,2BA...................$31,900
99 Fleetwood 24x52,3 BR,2 BA ............. $33,900
97 General 24x52,3 BR,2 BA ................... $31,900
99 Cavalier 28x64, Office Unit................. $39,900
98 Pioneer 28x60,3 R,2 BA..................$35,900
All Homes Include Delivery, Set-Up, AC, Steps, Plumbing & Skirting







Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-7 p.m.,
Sat. 10 a.m.-4 p.m.


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NICE CLEAN 3BR/2BA
mobile homes for rent, all
electric, CH/A. 850-638-
9228
MOBILE HOMES FOR
rent in Cottondale on
Sapp Rd, 8 mi east of
Chipley. 3/2 & 2/2 avail-
able. Total electric. 258-
4868; 209-8847
3 BEDROOM 2 bath
mobile home in mobile
home. park, $385 with
$300 deposit, near Boni-
fay Elementary School,
town & recreational area.
547-3746
TRAILER FOR RENT
547-2043



GRACELAND MANOR
APARTMENTS Renlal
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.



EXECUTIVE OFFICE
SPACE for rent down-
town Chipley. 638-1918
LEISURE LAKES
BEAUTIFUL 3BR/2.5BA
home in gated subdivi-
sion with 3.10 acres. Lei-
sure Lakes is a delight-
ful subdivision, approx. 5
miles North of Hwy 20 on
Hwy 77, w/lake boat
ramp, pool, pavilion, ten-
nis courts, basketball
court and privacy. Bring
your horses. Call' Linda
Lee, Realtor, Lighthouse
Realty (850)319-
1944.Just reduced
$225,000 w/upto 50%
owner financing avail-


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-. 3 YR OLD preschool
JOAN MANUEL REALTOR teacher needed for
Cell: 638-6967 daycare center, call Cindi
1,:1-6- .--.:4) .wi A* at 547-1444
REED CONCRETE &
Construction, Inc. If you
are seeking long term
employment, good wag-
es, benefits and have the
GARAGE SALE Sun- desire to lean and grow
HillEverythig n with us- We are looking
house nust go 2 Bed- for Experienced Fore-
house must go, 2Bed-mananFrdm r-
rooms. LIR, D/R, etc. Fe- man's and Fori Car-
oruar 1719 from 10-5 peniers Please come by
ruary179 fro105 ana 1"1 ou an applicat
1669 Sunny Hills Blvd. and out an appcare on-
Reed Concrete & Con-
struction, Inc. 850-547--
5767 or: fax 850-547-
3677
MARIANNA GOAT and TRI- COUNTY
SHEEP Auction every COMMUNITY Council,.
Thursday night starting at. Ic.. isaccepllng applica-
5pm. Misc., goats, lions or a Driver lor tle
sheep, chickens, ducks, Washington County.
guineas. Held at Auction Transportation Program..
Drive, Marianna. Phone Requirements: Must be
(850)535-4006; cell 258- 23 years of age and have
5209. Jerry Johnson an Operators Driver's L-,
#AU362 cense with ai leasl 5
FARM EQUIPMENT years driving experience
AUCTION iat Fe mL"t-"but violations. Mubt
bruary 25, 2006 9am agree io annual physical
SALE SITE mile eastof and background screen-
Greenwood, Florida on ing. Duties- Transport
Highway 69 Fort Road. riders to a pre-deter-
Watch for signs. Con- mined schedule: Use
signments Welcome. For two-way radio. Applica-
more information,. John tions may be obtained at
Stanley (850)594-5200 any of.the Tri-County
AU044/AB491 Cormmuriry Council Inc.,
AUCTIN O Y E- offices and submitted by
RAUCTY ON Oh EVt Monday, Feb. 20, 2006,
ERY Friday Night, Music at 4:30pm. For informa-
at 5pm, auction at 7pm. ion call Snaron Ken, Ad-
Hwy 79, Esto, Florida. minslratve Coordinaior,
Coming soon: Friday & (850)547-3689:. Suc-
Saturday auction, ani app l(cant wI be
mals, misc, equipment, subject to pre-employ-
etc. Music until midnight. ment dru test. Only
Classic Gospel, Country, qualified applicants will
Bluegrass Music before e considered. Equal op-
auction. Maxie Yates be considered. Equal op-
auction Co. (850)263- portunity employer arid
Auction Co. (850)263- drug and smoke rree
7500. AU3017, AB2343 workplace.
workplace. .,
WANTED MECHANIC
TIRE tech, oil lube & fil-
ter installer. Firestone
Service Center 618 US
FAMILY DENTISTRY OF Hwy 90 East, DeFunlak
Bonifay is accepting ap- Springs. (850)892-3613
plications for a Part-time


AVAILABLE
IMMEDIATLEY, full time
office assistant, high
school diploma, required,
must be able to type and
have some computer
knowledge send re-
sumes to SACD, 206 N.
Harvey Ethridge St.
B6hifay.
3BR/2BA HOME ON 38
acres, 3 ponds. 2 barns,
1/4 mile highway front-
age 77N, serious buyers
850-638-3332
BY OWNER BEAUTI-
FUL vintage cottage
home. 2BR/2BA, lOft
ceilings, easy pace
neighborhood. 1598
South Bouelvard,
$89,000. 850-638-1336
BRICK, 3 BEDROOM, 2
batn. Hwy 77, 3 miles
South of Chipley, call
Milton for information
850-638-1858
3 BEDROOM 1.5 bath
with large kitchen, ce-
ramic tile in kitchen and
bathrooms on 2 acres of
land. $98,500. Call 548-
5677




FOR RENT NEW 2 bed-
room 2 bath energy effi-
cient brick home on 6
acres, 24x36 barn, $700
security deposit, $700 a
month. (850)557-9916;
(850)264-4089
LARGE BRICK 3BR/
2BA energy star home
for rent. $950'mo. 1st
month, last month, de-
posit & references re-
quired. Available March
1, located in Alford.
(850)579-4317




NEW TRAILER for rent
2BR/1BA, New central
heat & air. Call 373-8922
FOR RENT 2/BR mobile
home located in conve-
nient mobile home park
in Chipley; No pets. 850-
638-4640


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 i10) acres on
Gainer Rd. Owner fi-
nancing or cash. Low
down payment, low
monthly. payments. Call
Milton Peel for informa-
tion 850-638-1858
BUILDING DOWN-
TOWN FOR rent. Main
Street, Chipley. 638-
1918
OPEN HOUSE 3BR/
2BR on 1+-acres. Above
ground pool, carport,
greenhouse, barn,' 1098
Orange Hill Rd.
$130,000. 638-8804
A BEAUTIFUL 2003
home with 3 bedroom,
2.5 bath on 8 to 25.84
acres; 12.67 acres on
Hwy 280, great to build a
home on; 22 acres & 40
acres with Ten Mile
Creek Creek running
through on Hwy 2 in
Bonifay area. Call
Coastal Living Realty
Andrea 547-5b95




MOVING SALE 1098
Orange Hill Road. An-
tiques, fainting couch,
Duncan & Phyfe round
table, dining room table/
chairs, desk, Snapper
Riding Lawnmower,
2002 Lincoln Contintenal
among others. Thursday-
Saturday until 3pm.
MOVING SALE every-
thing to go! 2073 Echo
Court, Sunny Hills. Tools,
Bikes, household, furni-
ture, appliances, 2 set
golfclubs, outdoor tools.
February 16-19


ADVERTISING SALES
REP needed to service
accounts in Washington
& Holmes Counties. Me-
dia experience neces-
sary. Do not call office.
Please submit resume to
Chipley Newspapers,
Inc., PO Box 627, Chi-
pley, FL32428 or pick up
application form at office,
1364 N. Railroad Ave.
COOK
ECKERD YOUTH Alter-
native, a leader in alter-
native treatment pro-
grams for youth-at-risk, is
seeking a Cook for our
facility in Vernon. Provide
balanced, nutritious
meals in compliance with
state and federal require-
ments, and assist in
maintaining safe and he-
lathy food preparation
and dining areas..High
school diploma or equiv-
alent required For more
informanlon call 850-535-
6513 or fax resume to
850-535-1115. Great
Benefits, pay and vaca-
tion.
SOUTHERN HOME As-
sisted Living now accept-
ing applications for 3-11
and 11-7 shift, full and
pan time positions open.
Please slop by 3854
Highway 2 Graceville or
call 263-7999 or.326-
2380
POSITION POLICE PA-
TROLMAN The City of
Chipley is accepting ap-
plications for a Police Pa-
trolman. Minimum Oual-
ificalions completion of
the Minimum Slandards
courses as set forth by
the: Florida Police Stan-
dards Council: valid Flor-
ida Drivers license; abili-
ty to project a courteous
and poilte aniude to pub-
lic; and able to commu-
Sncale eilecti ..el.y.. Doln
orally anda irwriiing. Mail
or hand deliver applica-
tion and/or resume to the
Chief of Police, Chipley
Police Deparlment, PO
Box 1007, Chipley, Flori-
da 32428. Deadline:
Open until filled. EOE/
Drug Free Workplace.
TRI-COUNTY Commun-
ity Council, Inc., is ac-
cepting applications for a
Center Assistant for the
Wailon Head Start Cen-
ter. Responsibility: Prim-
ary responsibility is to
maintain a clean center.
Assist teacher in all ac-
tivities as needed. Oual-
ilicallons: High School
Diploma or GED, 1-3
months related experi-
ence. Current dirver's li-
cense and propervehicle
insurance coverage.
Must comply with health
and background screen-
ing.


Dental Hygienist. Must
be Florida Board Certi-
fied. Please bring re-
sume by office located at
110 E. North Avenue,
Bonifay, FL.
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
METAL ROOFING
COMPANY in need of
Supervisors, Journey-
men, Foremen. Top pay
depending on experi-
ence. Call 547-1001
HIRING: NEW VISION
United Methodist Church
in Greenhead will be hir-
ing a Nursery Worker for
children ages up to 3
years old for Sundays,
8:15 am to 12:15pm.
Must be at least 21 years
old. Salary: $25 per Sun-
day. Pre-hiring
background check will be
completed. If you wish to
complete an application,
please contact: Sue
Brandt, 773-0099 or 326-
2612











Wednesday, February 15, 2006, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 9B


Appllications my be ob-
tained from Tri County
Community Council, Inc.,
at 302 N. Oklahoma St.;
Bonifay, FL 32425 and
submitted by Monday,
February 20, 2006 at
4:30pm. For information
and an application,, call
Sharon Kent, Administra-
tive Coordinator (850)
547-3689. Successful
applicant will be subject
to pre-employment drug
test. Only qualified applic-
ants will be considered.
'Equal Opportunity em-
ployer and drug and
smoke free workplace.
TINY TREASURES IS
accepting applications
for a full-time position &
a part-time position. Ap-
ply in person @ 1567
Hwy 90; Chipley. No
phone interviews.
BAY TILE INC needs full
time tile setters and la-
bors. Call 850-773-0024
or 850-541-3534.
HELP WANTED experi-
enced Dental Assistant.
Fax resume to 638-8009
or call 638-8008
TURNER HERITAGE
HOMES has openings
for a Full Time Laborer
and Punchout. Salary
negotiable. Full benefits
package. Must have
valid driver license and
good driving record.
Please call Jennifer @
850-205-9310 to set up
interview.



WANTED 1 TO 10 acres
of land close to town.
(850)527-4363.
WANTING TO BUY 10
acres out of Bonifay city
limits, but in zone for
Bonifay school system
bus route. Call 547-1001




FOUND SMALL BLACK
female Chihuahua/
Dashaund dog on Hwy
79 near Hwy 177, call
evenings 547-4180

SERVICE


PAINTER OF DREAMS
Actual 3-D portrayal of
nighttime sky. Constalla-
tions In their astronomi-
cal correct position. Invis-
Ible during daytime,
glows all night. Free
Demo, free estimates.
Stress relieving, educa-
tional, romantic. Can be
applied to most ceilings.
Finished job includes
over 2000 stars! Signed
& dated by licensed ar-
tist illusionist. #1827.
One time application
lasts forever, no two ceil-
ings exactly the same.
638-5561
QUALITY CLEANING
AT:reasonable rates. Call
Heavenly Helpers Clean-
ing Service. 579-4402;
.547-5041; 209-1943;
850-849-2535
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O0B, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, February 15, 2006


WEDNESDAY, February 15
CLOSED: Wausau Library, Veinon Library.
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
11 a.m.-Washington Council onAging (located in Chipley) senior
lunches, forreservations call 638-6217, donations accepted.
12 noon-Bonifay Kiwanis Club meeting, held at Blitch's Res-
taurant in Bonifay.
7 p.m.-Depression and Bipolar Support Group-meets at First
'Baptist Church educational annex building in Bonifay. Call
547-4397.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at Ponce de Leon
,Methodist Church, located on Main Street in Ponce de Leon.
STHURSDAY, February 16
7:30 a.m.-Washington County Chamber of Commerce
breakfast.
8'a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes County Library open.
'9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon Library open.
9 a.i.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
10:30-11 a.m.-Chipley Library preschool storytime.
11 a.m.-Washington Council onAging (located in Chipley) senior
lunches, for reservations call 638-6217, donations accepted.
1 p.m.-6 p.m.-Wausau Library open.
2 pm. Hospice of the Emerald Coast grief support group, held at
Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Green Street, Marianna.
:3 p.m.-Vernon Garden Club meeting.
6 p.m.-TOPS meeting, held at Mt. Olive Baptist Church, located
Three miles north of Bonifay on Hwy. 79. .
8 p.m.-Narcotics Anonymous meeting, held at Blessed Trinity
Catholic Church in Bonifay.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at New Hope Vol-
unteer Fire Station, located on Highway 2 in Holmes County.
:.-, FRIDAY, February 17
;8in.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes County Library open.
'9ipn.-6 p.m.-Vernon Library open.
940 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
10 a.m.-5 p.m.-Wausau Library open.
10'30-11 a.m.-Wausau Library preschool storytime.
fli a.m.-Washington Council onAging (located in Chipley) senior
'lunches, for reservations call 638-6217, donations accepted.
I7pin. Slocomb VFW dance until 10 p.m. Music by the
Cou.try Boys. Admission $3; Children 12 and under free with
,.pients. No smoking or alcohol. Door prizes and 50/50 give-
awa sN. Refreshments available.
8, p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting, held at Presby-
tefian Church in Chipley.
; ,: SATURDAY, February 18
S'OSED: Wausau Library.
:8 a;m.-12 noon-Holmes County Library open.
9 ,am.-12 noon-Vernon Library open.
9 fam.-12 noon-Chipley Library open.
7-10 p.m. Geneva Senior Citizens Dance at Geneva Commu-
nity 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,
refreshments, no smoking,or alcohol.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at Bethlehem
Masonic Lodge, located on Hwy. 177 in Holmes County.
SUNDAY, February 19
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held in the board room
at Graceville Hospital in Graceville.
4-6 p.m.-Converst.ional English classes for internationals, held
at Shiloh Baptist Church. Contact church office, 638-1014 or
Karma Cook, 638-8418.
MONDAY, February 20
CLOSED: Holmes County Library, Vernon Library, Wausau
Library.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
11 a.m.-Washington Council onAging (located in Chipley) senior
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
v-Jance support group each Monday. The meeting will be
1hl4tat the SADVP Rural Outreach office at 1461 S. Railroad
AXepue, apartment one, in Chipley. Call Emma or Jess.at 415-
599'.
6:00 p.m.-Bonifay City Council meeting.
6:30-8:30 p.m.-Conversational English classes for internation-
als, held at Shiloh Baptist Church. Contact church office, 638-1014
or Karma Cook, 638-8418.
7 p.m.-Vernon City Council meeting.
8 p.m.-AlcoholicsAnonymous meeting, Blessed Trinity Catholic
Church, located on Hwy. 177A, Bonifay.
TUESDAY, February 21
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
9:30 a.m.-4 p.m.-Wausau Library open.
11 a.m.-Washington Council onAging (located in Chipley) senior
lunches, for reservations call 638-6217, donations accepted.
12 noon-Chipley Kiwanis Club meeting.
3 p.m.-Holmes County Commission meets fourth or last
Tuesday
6:30.Washington County Republican Party meeting held at
794 Third Street in Chipley.
7:30,p.m.-Wausau Masonic Lodge meeting.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous closed meeting, held at Presby-
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Annual Scottish Festival this weekend


First Presbyterian
Church of Chipley, will
celebrate its Scottish heri-
tage by holding the third
annual Scottish Festival
and Highland Games Sat-
urday, Feb. 18, from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. on the church
grounds. The area will be
blocked off for the event.
The honored clan will
be Clan Sinclair. Dr. Sin-
clair Franz, son of Aleene
Sinclair Franz and Karl
Herman Fran M.D. will
represent the clan. He
grew up in Fhipley and
practiced general surgery
and primary &are in Mari-
anna from 1977 until 2003.
He and his wif now. reside
in Tallahassee.,
One of the highlights
of the day will be the
Highland games, directed
by Bob Malcolmson
of Pace. These games


will include the stone of
strength, weight throw,
hammer throw, caber toss,
and sheaf toss. Linda Nor-
ton will direct children's
games similar to the adult
games.
The Panama City Pipes
and Drums, in full Scot-
tish attire will perform
throughout the daj. Sir
Francis McGowan, from
the Pre-1840 Historical
Society, will give a sword
demonstration and a dem-
onstration on Scottish at-
tire.
The Highland Dancers
from Panama City and the
Scottish Country Dancers
from Fort Walton will be
dancing. Roger VanLand-
ingham accompanied by
Margaret Dixon will sing
Danny Boy.
Vendor booths will be
set up, selling a variety of


food and Scottish goods.
Various clans will have
booths set up with clan.
information.
A bake sale, tea room
with tea, and Scottish treats
will.be available in the fel-
lowship hall.
Contributions' will be
appreciated and may .:be6'
given at the entry points on
Church Street. The public
is invited to attend. "Bring
your family and friends
and enjoy a great day of
Scottish entertainment,"
said a spokesperson.
Kirkin' O' the Tartan
will be Sunday, Feb. 19.
No Scottish festival would
be complete without the
Kirkin' 0' the Tartan. Kirk
is a Scottish word for
church and the tartan is the
traditional garb of a high-
land clan. The Kirkin' O'
the Tartan is a traditional


blessing of the tartan (fam-
ily) by the clergy.
"We hope the public will
join us at 10:30 a.m. in the
church sanctuary on Feb.
19 as we celebrate the very
heart of Scottish tradition,'
said a spokesman. "Wear
or bring your tartan or
Other personal reminder of
your fanilj, regardless of
origin," he continued.
Jimmy McKnight of At-
lanta and Blue Ridge, Ga..
son of Martha McKnight.
and the late W.H. McK-
night, will begin the day
by playing the bagpipes
on the front lawn of the
church prior to the proces-
sional and church service.
The public is invited to
attend this event. There
will be a luncheon after
wards for members and
visitors in the church fel
lowship hall.


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Ambassadors for
Aging Day
Ambassadors for Aging
Day to be held in Tallahas-
see is hosted by the Florida
Department of "Elder Af-
fairs. Washington County
Council on Aging would
like to invite the public
to participate in the cel-
ebration that unites elders
with elder advocates to
showcase the opportunity
to learn.
Exhibitors share in-
formation about chronic
disease prevention, retire-
ment trends, prescription
programs, long-term care
options and effective ad-
vocacy.
Complimentary health
screenings, such as bsteo-
porosis screening will be
offered. There will also
be a complimentary lunch
offered to guests. Walking
tours of the Capital and a
chance to see the Legisla-
tive Session in action.

TO ADVERTISE
CALL
638-0212
or 547-9414


Anyone interested in
attending should call the
Washington County Coun-
cil on Aging at (850) 638-
6216 to make reservations
now.
Transportation will
be provided with an ap-
proximate cost of $10 per
person.

Miss Chipley
pageant
The Chipley Junior
Woman's Club is now ac-


cepting applications for
the Miss and Little Miss
Chipley pageants.
The annual pageant will
be held Saturday, April 8 at
the Chipley High School
(CHS) auditorium. Win-
ners will go on to compete
in the National Peanut Fes-
tival pageant.
Little Miss contestants
must be in the first grade
and Miss contestants must
be 17 by October 1, 2006.
All contestants must at-
tend a Chipley school or


live in Chipley.
Applications may be
picked up from Julie
Young at CHS. The dead-
line to apply is March 15.
For more information.
contact Stephanie Orr at
(850).638-7860.

Free. Clinic
The next free clinic to
be held at T.J. Roulhac En-
richment and Activity Cen
ter will be Feb. 21, from
4 8 p.m. For information
call 638-2115.


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