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*Physical Therapy
*Speech Therapy
*Massage Therapy
*Sports Rehab
*Water Therapy
*Occupational Therapy

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Wausau planning
meeting March 2
The Town of Wausau will hold
a planning meeting at 6 p.m.,
March 2, in the Wausau Town
Hall to discuss the expected
growth to the Wausau area.
West Florida Regional Plan-
ning Council (WFRPC), through
the Florida Rural Communities
Development Grant, will assist
communities in planning for fu-
ture development. The public is
encouraged to attend this meet-
ing.
For more information, or any-
one needing assistance to attend
Sthe meeting, contact Margaret
Riley at 638-1781.

,Miss Chipley pageant
The Chipley Junior Woman's
Club is now accepting applica-
tions for the Miss and Little
Miss Chipley pageants. The
annual pageant will be held
Saturday, April 8 at the Chipley
High School (CHS) auditorium.
Winners will go on to compete
in the National Peanut -Festival
pageant. Little Miss contestants
must be in the first grade and
Miss contestants must be 17 by
October 1,2006.
All contestants must attend a
Chiple school ofli've in Chipley.
Applications maybe picked up
from Julie Young at CHS. The
deadline to applh is March 15.
For more information, contact
Stephanie Orr at 1850) 638-7860.

Ebro public hearing
on Hwy. 79
A public hearing will be held
by the Florida Department of
Transportation at Ebro Town
Hall on Tuesday, March 7, at 6
p.m. on the four-laning of Hwy.
79. For information, call Town
Clerk Linda Marlow at 850-535-
2842.

Miss Vernon Pageant
The Miss Vernon Pageant will
be held Saturday, March 11, in
the Vernon High School cafete-
ria. Entry fees are $30 beauty
(second child, $20), and $10
Photogenic.
Door Admission will be $3
for adults; $2 for children, 6 12
years of age; Children five and
under will be admitted free of
charge.
Birthday cutoff dates are Oct.
1, 2006. For example, if a child
will be three on or before Sept.
30, 2006, he/she will compete
in Prince or Tiny Tot. Baby
Miss and Duke must be held in
escort's arms.
Deadline for entry is Thurs-
day, March 9. There will be a
rehearsal on Thursday, March
9, in the Vernon High School
cafeteria. Participants can turn
in their entries at that time. Or,
entries can be mailed to Erika
Dotson, c/o Vernon High School,
P.O. Box 386, Vernon FL 32462.
For more information or ques-
tions, contact Laura (Olene)
Brewer at 535-5118 (home, or
415-9729 (work).


United Way

campaign

collects

$144,000

JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
It was time to celebrate on
Wednesday, February 22. United
Way of Washington County col-
lected $144,000 for its 2005
campaign. The celebration was
held at PBS&J in Chipley.
"This is a victory celebration,"
said Campaign Chairperson Pam
Miner. "This is such a wonder-
ful thing. It was very successful
because we worked together as
a team.
"This was not done through my
leadership but through the efforts
of everyone at this table."
One of the strongest support-
ers of the 2005 campaign, as well
as past campaigns, is District 3
of the state Department of Trans-
portation. Assistant Secretary
Edward Prescott was on hand to
show DOT's support for United
Way.
"This is one of the most appro-
priate charitable efforts," Prescott
said. He noted the efforts of Greg


Left to right: United Way of Northwest Florida Resource
development Coordinator Kim Stone presents County Campaign
Chairperson Pam Miner with a plaque of appreciation for a
successful campaign. Miner accepted the award on behalf of the
county campaign.


Vickery of DOT, who coordinates
a number of fund-raisers, includ-
ing the annual golf tournament,
cookbooks, book fairs and other
efforts. DOT and its employees
contributed more than $43,000
to the campaign.


The late Brian Little came up
with the idea for the golf tourna-
ment, which will be renamed in
his honor. "He took it and made
it as great an event as possible


See UNITED, page 9A


Burglaries

are under

investigation
Three burglaries over the last
Seeek are under investigation
by the Chipley Police Depart-
ment, according to Chief Kevin
Crews.
Crews said Tuesday morning
that on February 24 someone
threw a concrete block through
the front of the Express Lane
on Jackson Avenue. The suspect
apparently dashed into the store
and grabbed a change drawer
and fled with a small amount of
cash.
On February 27 police an-
swered a call at 7:42 a.m. at
the administration building at
Washington-Holmes Technical
Center. Officers found that a sus-
pect had broken into the building
and ransacked drink machines
for change. Again, only a small
amount of cash was taken, Crews
said.
The apparent burglary of the
Habitat for Humanity building is
also under investigation.
If anyone has information on
the burglaries, please call the
Chipley Police Department at
638-6310. All reports will be
kept in strictest confidence.


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4-H Club members present the colors and conduct the opening ceremony at market hog show at the Washington County Youth Fair
on Friday night, February 24.

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DONNA DYKES
Staff Writer
Big isn't always better per-
haps, but it catches theeye. Some
of the animals on exhibit Friday
night at the annual Washington
County Youth Fair sure were
big like Gavin Munson's."Miss
Prissy," a huge black and white
doe rabbit. The 4-H'er had some
of Prissy's kin on display but she
was the biggest.
There also was a tall black-
and-white rooster on display un-
der the Ag Center roof. Even the
baskets of brown eggs seemed to
be bigger and better than those
shown in the stores.
Casey Wade, a fourth-grade
student at Washington County


Christian School (WCCS), had
an English ivy. plant in the hor-
ticulture displays that took up
quite a lot of room. The sign said
it was from 2004-05.
WCCS had a nice display on
the Early History of Chipley.
Included was a story on the
Chipley Banner, forerunner of to-
day's Washington County News.
Trent Patterson, a third grader,
wrote that the newspaper began
in 1882 as The Intelligencer. It
later became The Banner and,
after being sold in 1943, became
the News.
Big was sort-of featured in one
of the many posters displayed on
the screens separating the ex-
hibits from the tables for Friday


night's popular spaghetti supper.
One artist drew a TV screen an-
nouncing the benefits of exercise.
The student drew two figures
- the big one supposed to weigh
200 pounds, while the second
was a mere 100 pounds. Some
people would like to know the
type of exercise producing such
results.
Several elementary school
classrooms displayed the plants
they had grown, and some ar-
ranged live flowers for the horti-
culture exhibits.
Students excelled in taking
photographs and making crafts.
A cake in the bakery division
featured three layers with an ic-
ing stream falling from the top


of the slightly out of line layers.
It showed a lot of imagination
although -the baker admitted it
was her first attempt to decorate
a cake.
From paintings to pecans, and
items in between, the exhibits at
this year's Youth Fair were out-
standing.
Washington County School
Board members sponsored a
display of club and classroom
exhibits which included jars of
beans, peanuts and so forth.
People were allowed to eat
their fill of spaghetti at the supper
sponsored by the Farm Bureau. It
also included tossed salad, rolls.
and white or chocolate cake with
a drink.


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I GET OSUT THE VOTE!I


Wednesday, March 1, 2006, Washington County News; 3A

Local woman arrested

on fraud charges


Pictured from the left Linda Griffin, Gulf Co., SOE, Sylvia Stephens, Jackson Co., SOE, Doris S. Gibbs, Franklin
Co., Mark Anderson, Bay Co., SOE, Marcia Wood, Liberty Co., Margie Laramore, Calhoun Co. SOE, Debbie
Wilcox Morris, Holmes Co., SOE, Bobby Beasley, Walton Co., SOE, Carol Finch Griffin, Washington Co., SOE


Bay County Supervisor
of Elections Mark Ander-
son and eight other North-
west Florida Supervisors
of Elections announced the
kickoff of a statewide "Get
Out The
Vote" (GOTV) initiative.
The press conference, held
: at Bay County's Elections
office, Was one of a series
being held around the State
by other Supervisors of
Elections. Those Supervi-
sors of Elections attending
were:
Mark Anderson, Super-
visor of Elections, Bay
County
Margie C. Laramore,
SSupervisor of Elections.

SFlorida and
Georgia Dairy
Road Show
The third annual Dairy
ai bghow % \ill be held
,riday, March 3,; at 10
a.m. at the Washington
County Extension Office,
1424 Jackson Avenue in
Chipley.
This year's event in-
cludes, a new stop in Geor-
gia and focuses on practi-
cal ideas and methods you
can take home and use.
Registration fees at the
Door are $20. This fee
S covers organization of the
program. refreshments,


Calhoun County
Doris Shiver Gibbs,
Supervisor of Elections,
Franklin County :
Linda Griffin, Super-
visor of Elections', Gulf
County
Debbie Wilcox Morris,
Supervisor of Elections,
Holmes County
Sylvia D. Stephens,
Supervisor of Elections,
Jackson County
Marcia Wood, Supervi-
sor of Elections, Liberty
County
Bobby Beasley, Super-
visor of Elections, Walton
County
Carol Finch Griffin,.
Supervisor of Elections,


and includes one copy of
the proceedings. Lunch is
provided free.
For more information
contact Andy Andreasen at
(850) 638-6180..

511 system
By calling one number,
511, motorists everywhere
in the state can find out
about construction up-
dates, lane closures, traffic
incidents, severe weather
reports and Amber Alerts
for child abductions.
For more informa-
tion -,click on: http://
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Washington County
The 2006 GOTV pro-
grams are set up to encour-
age Floridians to register,
update their .records, vol-
unteer as poll workers and
VOTE in the primary and
general elections.
The statewide GOTV
plan designed to allow
each county to adapt their
voter education plans to
their own needs based
on a calendar of themed
months.
March, Register at Work
Month; April, Register
at School Month; May,
Register at your Local
Merchants Month; June,
Register at your House


of Worship; July, Register
Online Month
Local Supervisors of
Elections Carol Finch
Griffin, and Debbie Wil-
cox Morris announce that
their offices are currently
recruiting companies,
schools, houses of worship,:
and community organiza-
tions throughout Washing-
ton and Holmes County to
assist in this effort.
In order to schedule
an event, please contact.
the Washington County
Elections office at (850)
638-6230 or the Holmes
County Elections office ,at
(850) 547-1107.


FLORIDA LIVESTOCK MARKET REPORT
For the week ended February 23, 2006
At the Florida Livestock Auctions, receipts totaled
$7,119 compared to $6,047 last week and $6,839 a year
ago. According to the Florida Federal-State Livestock
Market New% s Service, slaughter cows and bulls were
steady to $1.00 higher: feeder steers and heifers were
unevenly steady.
Feeder Steers: Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. $160.00 220.00
300-400 lbs. $134.00 185.00
400-500 lbs. $110.00- 155.00
Feeder Heifers: Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. $140.00 -195.00
300-400 lbs. $118.00- 165.00
400-500 lbs. $105.00 133.00
Slaughter Cows: Lean, 750-1200 lbs. 85-90% $46.00
-55.00 '
Slaughter Bulls: Yield Grade, No. 1-2 1,000-2,100 lbs.
$59.00- 70.50


Vernon Council looks at Skywatch proposal


SANDRA OHMER
Staff Writer
Vernon City Council
held a meeting on Feb 27.
Mike Alvis of Performance
Realty notified the Council
of Skywatch, a proposed-
subdivision of 600 homes
to be built between Vernon
and New Hope. Jon Flaig,
the developer, was granted
a land use change at the
last county commissioners
Meeting.
The development is pro-
posed to have centralized
water and sewer. Alvis
approached the Council to
see if they would be inter-
ested in hooking the subdi-
vision to city sewer. The
developer plans to furnish
all sewer lines in the de-
velopment up to Hwy. 79
where it would tie in with'
city sewer. Alvis said there
were three approaches to
accomplish the 5.2 mile
hook up: obtaining grants


that would cover the hook
up from the development
to the city treatment plant,
cost-share where the city
and developer would share
the cost, and contractor as-
suming all costs with the
city giving them a reim-
bursement fee when resi-
dents pay tap fees. He said
this development could
raise quite a bit of revenue
for the City of Vernon.
It was decided by the
Council to contact the
city engineers and show
them the plat plan of
Skywatch to see if it the
project would be feasible.
Skywatch developers plan.
to have a design meeting
on March 8. Alvis said he
would provide the Council
with additional informa-
tion after this meeting. The
Council agreed to review
the information and decide
if they want to proceed
with a workshop with the


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developer.
John Hawkins Iln ap-
proached the Council
about fi\e acres of property
he has on Sylvania Road.
He would like the property
annexed into the city limits
and have the city provide
water and sewer. John
Cook expressed a con-
cern about water pressure.
Mayor James Boswell
said he thought it would
take a lift station to get the
sewer over the hill at the


new high school. He said
the Council would need
to present this to the city
engineers..Cook motioned
to have the engineers look
at Hawkins' proposal. The
motion was approved by
the Council.
The Council approved
the following:
*Motion to amend the
agenda.
*The minutes of the Feb.
9 meeting and the Feb. 13
workshop.


Jamie Wood
& Family
Would like to express our sincere
and heartfelt appreciation to the wonder-
ful people and Community of Washington
County for your prayers, monetary gifts, cards,
phone calls, visits, and encouragement given
us during this difficult time. Thank you for your
support of 'Jamie Wood Benefit". We would love
to name everyone personally and every business in
Washington County that made a donation, but we do
not want to overlook anyone. The outpouring of love
and support was as bountiful as the list of contribu-
tions and gifts of support. Please know that whatever
part you played, great or small, our hearts are forever
grateful.
We extend a "Special Thank You" to our dear
friend, Sue Wright who directed this event. She and
her family worked very hard and with such a loving
spirit.
Another "Special Thank You" to Ann Haigh,
Floy Miller, and Charlotte Coleman for the do-
nation of a "Powered Wheel Chair" given
toJamie in honor-of their mother.
May God Bless each of you. With
our love and appreciation.


Tom Gallagher, Flori-
da's chief financial officer,
announced last week the
arrest of a Chipley woman
charged with organized
fraud for. allegedly. steer-
ing patients away from a
hospital physical therapy
center and improperly bill-
ing insurance companies.
Lorrie Ann Laurel, 40,
of Chipley, turned herself
in at the Holmes County
Jail last Friday, on one
count of organized fraud, a
second-degree felony pun-
ishable by up to 15 years
in prison and a $15,000
fine. The charge follows
a joint investigation by
the Department of Finan-
cial Services, Division of
Insurance Fraud, and the
Florida Department of Law
.Enforcement.
"This scheme had the po-
tential to jeopardize patient
care," said Gallagher, who
oversees the department.
"We will not tolerate any-
one putting our citizens at
risk."
While Laurel was em-
ployed at Doctor's Memo-
rial Hospital as a physical
therapist and as a member
of management at .the
hospital's physical therapy
center, she offered a re-
duced or waived co-pay-
ment to clients, with "pri-
vate-pay insurance." Then,
while being paid by the
hospital or using hospital
equipment, Laurel treated
the patients but provided
no documentation to the
hospital.
Upon billing to the


patients' insurance provid-
ers, it was discovered that
there were no records of
the patients ever having
attended physical therapy
sessions at the center. The
charge against Laurel, who
resigned from the hospital
in 2003. is being prosecut-
ed by the Holmes County
State Attorney's Office.
To help combat fraud.
Gallagher is promulgating
tougher fraud reporting
rules, including requiring
insurance companies to:
refer fraudulent claims
directly and electronically
to DIF.
: detail the process
in place. for identifying
and referring suspicious
claims,
establish minimum
standards for training
employees in anti-fraud
efforts.
update insurance fraud
plans every three years.
and
give DIF authority to
order insurers to revise un-
acceptable fraud plans.
The Department of Fi-
nancial Services. Division
of Insurance Fraud, inves-
tigates fraud in all types
of insurance, including
health, life. 'auto, property
and workers' compensa-
tion. To report information
about this case or any other
possible insurance fraud
case, call the department's
Fraud Fighters hotline at
1-800-378-0445. A reward
of up to $25.000 may be
offered for information
leading to a conviction.


Alcoholics Anonymous meeting
A. A. meetings %\ill be held at noon on Tuesdays and
Thursday at New Life Fellowship Church. The meeting
will be held in the fellowship room of the church located
on thie corer of Fifth Street and High\way 90 in Chipley.

NAACP meets
The Tri-County Northwest Florida Branch of NAACP
held a meeting at New Bethel Church in Bonifay, Feb. 20.
The meeting opened with a gospel song and devotion led
by Second Vice-President. Tyrone L. Broadus (see page
11A).
Alma Vann informed the members that theTri-County
branch has been invited to the Bay County Freedom
Fund Banquet to be held at Black Angus Restaurant on
March 4. at 6 p.m. Adult tickets are $40. child tickets
are $20. For more information phone 850-763-5381 or
850-624-9235. Vann reminded members of the up-com-
ing NAACP Regional Convention in Charlotte. NC. All
members are invited to attend. The package price for this
event is $250 if paid by Feb. 28. After Feb. 28, the price
increases to $275. Anyone interested in attending call
Alma Vann at 535-2773. .
The board approved the following:
*The agenda.
*The minutes of the previous meeting and minutes of
the banquet held on Feb. 4.
*The treasury report as given by Anne Moore, trea-
surer.
*To pay yearly assessment dues of $400 to the
NAACP.


SThe Friendly Little Store -
Located at 1612 Hwy. 90 E.'
in Chipley is Having a
2 YEAR ANNIVERSARY
SELLABRATION
Beginning March 1st all month.
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MOR[EI FROM THE U II LIWASH IINGTON OKk1JU UNTY SPELLINGHBEE


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This year's top spellers are, from left, Mlarli Sullivan,
third place; Jesse Kneiss, second, and Luke Hinson,
first. They received their trophies from Washington
County School Superintendent Calvin Stevenson.


Roberts declares
for District 5.
School Board
My name is Susan G.
Roberts and I am announc-
ing my candidacy for the
Washington County School
Board in District 5.
,.,Please note that ,Iam not
a politician! Instead, I am.
a seasoned educator with
37 years. of experience,,34
of which have been. in the
S Washington County School
System.
I am familiar with the
needs and problems ad-
dressing children. parents
and teachers in the school
system and am well versed
in taking action and pro-
moting change for the
betterment of our schools.
I would like to offer my
services in this endeavor.
I am a long-time resident
of Chipley. I attended el-
ementary. junior high, and
am a graduate of Chiples
High School. I went to
Chipola Jr. College for one
year before transferring to
Florida State University
where I received a BS de-
Sgrje, Ji,eleniintari .educa-.,
tion ..
I received a masters de-
gree in guidance and coun-
seling from Troy State
University.
I taught in the classroom
for eight years before be-
coming the first guidance
counselor at Kate Smith
Elementary., where I ini-
tiated and launched the
classroom guidance pro-
gram." I held this position
for 25 years.
S Desiring the.opportnmlty
to branch into other levels
of development. I trans-
ferred to Roulhac' Middle.
School where I spent the
last four years of my coun-
seling career. I retired in
June. 2005.
I am the daughter of the
late John and Jude Gibson
and the wife of Bert Rob-"
erts III, a retired adminis-
trator with the Washington
County School .System.
We have two children and
four grandchildren.
Our son. Craig. is a
graduate of CHS, Troy
State University, and holds
a BS degree in criminol-
ogy. He is also a veteran of
the U.S. Marine Corps.
Craig is employed as, 'a
superintendent with a lo-
cal construction company,
and is married to Alison:
Rutledge Roberts. for-
merly of Slidell, La., who
is a secretary with the


Susan G. Roberts


Panhandle Area Education
Consortium.
Heather, our daughter.
currently resides in Buf-
falo. N.Y. She is a graduate
of CHS, Chipola Jr. Col-
lege. Uni\erit,, of Florida
and Ri\ier College. She
received a BS degree in
public relations md an MS
in human resources man-
agement. and is presently a
regional human resources
director for an insurance
company.
Our granddaughters,
Ashley and Amber: Rob-
erts,, graduated from. CHS
in' 2005 and' are presently
attending Chipola College.
We ha\e t\\o grandsons en-
rolled in Chipley schools.
Josh Roberts is a sopho-
more at CHS and Giavan
Alquist is a si\th grader at
Roulhac.hMiddle School.
The First United Meth-
odist Church in Chipley
has always been home to
me. I play an active role
by serving on the Admin-
istrati'e Council, teaching
Sunday school and singing
in the choir.
I am a past president of
the Delta Theta Chapter
of Delta Kappa Ganmma.
an international society
of \\omen educators, and
am a member of our local
Friends of the Library or-
ganization.
I have lived and breathed
education in all facets of,
my life from teaching to
parenting. I am an advo-
cate for children first and
will always place emphasis
on what is right for our
children.
I wish to see the Wash-
ington County School
System returned to an ex-
cellent standing. Coupled
with my know ledge, my
awareness, and my expe-
rience, I feel I can make
informed decisions tow ard
attaining this goal. I will.
make a difference if gi\en
the opportunity !


AARP free tax help at WCOA
AARP offers free tax.:help for all taxpayers \\ ith mid-
dle. and low income, with special attention to those age
60 and older. .
This ear. tax paver(s) must complete the "AARP
tax-aide-intervie\\ and intake sheet" before the time of
their appointment to have tax returns prepared. Forms
are available at the Washington County Council on Ag-
ing. This form must be completed before a return can be
prepared.
The Tax Aide Program is administered through AARP
Foundation in cooperation \\ ith the IRS. Tax returns will
be prepared each NlondaN from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m., con-
tinuing through March 20, and each Monday morning, 8
a.i. to 12 p.m. March 27 through April 10. For anap-
po0ntment or to fiid. out 'What information to bring, call
Washington Council on Aging at 638-6216.


Garrett Pletcher holds the plaque he received for Participants in this year's spelling bee are Alex Diaz;
finishing in fourth place at this year's spelling bee. Eric Holmes, Gage Story and Kristen Corley.


Washington County News elections policies described


One of the highlights of
this year will be an espe-
cially busy political season,
not just at the national
and state levels, but at the
county level as well.
This is going to, be the ..
"big" election year which
occurs every four years,
with the courthouse's con-
situtional officers, along
with some county commis-
sioners and school board
members. up for re-elec-
tion. .
To avid any misun-
derstanding or confusion
about dealing \ith the
newspaper this year, all
potential candidates are
reminded of long-standing
policies for political an-
nouncements. adxertising
and election coverage.
Every candidate will be


given one announcement
of intent at io charge, and
all announcements for
every given issue will be
run on a specified page or
pages in the new spapers as
the candidates announce.
Announcements should be
no more than 250 words in
length.
After the free announce-
ment of intent, candidates
are welcome to state their
cases in political adver-
tisements. which are sold
at the regular open rates
of the newspaper. Posi-
tion cannot be guaranteed.
though the newspaper staff
will make every effort to
honor such requests.
Candidates are urged to
turn in ad copy early so
that greater attention to
detail can be ei\en to their


ads.
Those who wait until
"just before" deadline often
find themselves caught up
in a last minute rush. Of
course, no advertisement
will be refused unless it is
considered libelous or in
poor taste.
All free announcements
must be turned in prior to
qualify ing week this sum-
mer.
After qualify ino week,
no free announcement will
be run. even if a candidate
has not yet filed one. The
ne\ spaper staff will report.
on the line-up in each race
after qualifying as part of
routine coverage.
Special coverage will
be given to the races in a
tabloid edition just before
election day. Candidates


wishing advertising space
in this edition should place,
and pay for, their ads as
early as possible. Position
requests will be honored
on' a first come, first served
basis in order to be fair to
all.
In this pre-election vot
ers' guide, photos and a
brief outline of each candi-
date will be published on a
race-by-race basis.
SDue to an especially
busy schedule anticipated
this year, photography ser-
vices will not be offered by
the newspaper staff.
All candidates are urged
to obtain a package of such
photos from photographers
in the area, so that each
candidate will have control
over picture selection and
quality.


ICUTR*'ORT S I


This infonnation is a
matter of public record and
was taken from the Wash-
ington County Courthouse
docket for Feb. 14. 2006.

Evidentiary Hearings
*Candace M. James;
defendant entered plea of
nolo contendre: adjudi-
cated guilty;
sentenced to six months
in county jail with credit
for two months and one
day. for time served, .as-
sessed $500. Case closed.
*Joseph Mlichael: Mar-
lo\; hearing Set for 3/14.
*Terrell Montra Sur-


rancy: possession of
controlled substance ~ith
intent to sell (count one),
resist arrest \w/o violence
(count two): sentenced to
,30 years 'in prisonn (count
one), sentenced 10 years in
prison (count two) to run
consecutively.

Violation of Probation
Hearings
*Samuel Jefferson Ham-
mock. supplemental pre-
trial set for 3/7.
*Jo Anne Holly, aggra-
vated assault \ith deadly
\weapon w/o intent to kill
(t\wo counts), hearing set


Surplus food
Surplus food, donated by The United States Depart-
ment of Agriculture. will be distributed to eligible resi-
dents iri Washington County. Tuesday. March 7; from 2
until 4 p.m. at the Chipley Ag Center, and Wednesda),
March 8. from 2 until 4 p.m., at the Vernon Canning
Center.
The items \ ill be distributed on a first come, first serve
basis, whilee supplies last. Tri-County Communit. Coun-
cil, Inc is sponsoring the surplus food distribution.
Households which receive Aid to Families with De-
pendent Children (AFDC), food stamps, Supplemental
Security Income (SSI), Medicaid, HUD, residents of
public housing, or households whose total household
income is not in excess of the poverty line for the appro-
priate household size. are eligible to receive the donated
food.
Any person certifying for another must have a signed
statement of authorization from the applicant and proof
of their household income.
Recipients must bring some type of container in which
to carry their food, and someone to assist carrying com-
modities if unable to do so.
Volunteers who wish to assist \\ ith distribution should
call Angie Moore at 547-3688. USDA's Temporary Food
Assistance Program is available to all eligible residents
regardless of race, national origin, age. sex. or handicap.
Health on Site, a free community sen ice. sponsored
by a local eye institute, will be available at each distribu-
tion site.
The screening for cataracts and other vision problems
will be conducted by the Health on Site director or other
trained eye care specialists.
Tri-County Community Council, Inc. is an equal op-'
portunity organization.
We Are The Standard In Quality Buildings


for 3/7. .
*Marshall Andrew Nich-
olson: grand theft: hearing
set for 3/7:.
*Scotty Dewitt Shirah;
batter\ on law.oe-
ment official; hearing set
for 3/7.
MAotion Hearings
*James Cody Carter;
case closed.
*Billy Lamark 'Johnson;
motion granted. overnight
stay for doctor treatment
for minor.
*Kevin Melton; hearings
set for 6/13 and 6/14.
*James Russell Parks;
hearing set for 3.14.


Arraignment Hearings
*Ste'en Milton Camp.
bell; aggravated assault
with intent to commit
felony, make sell. use or-.
possession of ballistic self..
propelled knife-weapon;
hearing set for 3/7.
*Derrick Leonard Reyn.
olds; burglary of dwelling,
petit larceny; continued.
SHearings
*Eric M. Deming; grand
theft; continued.
*Dana Nicole Inns; judge
deleted Keeton program.
*Dana Nicole Stiverson;
judge deleted Keeton pro.
gram from sentence.


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Holmes County Times-Advertiser
Wednesday, March 1, 2006


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JEREMY RAINES
Sports Editor
What a great run the
Lady Pirates have had in
the past two seasons.
Over the past two years
the Ponce de Leon Lady
Pirates have made runs
deep into the state play-
'offs. They captured the
district title and regional
title this season. Last
season the Lady Pirates
were unfortunate to be
placed in the same district
and region as the Chipley
Lady Tigers and could not
advance past Chipley in
the regional semi-finals.
After redistricting took
place over the summer
the Lady Pirates were
matched against schools
closer in size and took full
advantage of the oppor-
tunity. Coach Tim Alford
has fielded some talented
teams over the past cou-
ple of seasons, and been
fortunate enough to have
the talent to replace some
key players lost to gradu-
ation.
In 2005 the team
lost leading scorer and
rebounder Angie Grif-
fin to graduation, but
discovered inside threat
Mary Howes to fill the
void. The emergence of
Maggie Wright as point
guard answered several
questions and Cat Tinsley
and Savannah Whigham
came up big all season for
Coach Tim Alford.
1In the last two seasons
RTIthen Lady ; Pirates. have.,
'-nearly 50 'wiis 'arid- 6nly
14 loses. :
Ponce de Leon has the
Luxury of playing in front
of some of the loudest and
most loyal fans in the state
and anytime someone has
to travelto PdL they are at
a sure disadvantage.
The PdL fans are the
most dedicated, and make
the biggest difference in a
game of any team in the
area. From opening tip
to final buzzer they are
cheering oh their squad
and getting in the heads of
their opponents.
Coach Tim Alford al-
ludes to the great fans
they have on a regular
basis and the great sup-
port they have in their
program.
Ponce de Leon's Lady
Pirates should be congrat-
ulated by everyone they
encounter for the great
season and for represent-
ing this area with class.


Annual Home
Builders Bass
Tournament
planned
Tri-County Home
Builders will be hosting
their Third Annual Bass
Busters Classic on Sat-
urday, May 6, at Lake
Seminole at Seminole
Lodge.
Guaranteed first place
prize is $2,000. Registra-
tion fee is $100, with $10
going towards the Big
Fish Pot and $45 payback
in prize money.
The proceeds of this
tournament will ben-
efit the Tri-County Home
Builders Community Ser-
vice Foundation.


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


Lady Pirates fall to


NFC in semifinal


match, 65-55


JEREMY RAINES
Sports Editor
The Ponce de Leon's
Lady Pirates basketball
team's bid for the 2006
state title came to an end
in Lakeland last Thurs-
day when North Florida
Christian (NFC) elimi-
nated them 65-55 in the
semifinal game.
Both teams were fa-
miliar with each other
after facing off twice
during the regular sea-
son. NFC won both of
those matchups.
PdL played from be-
hind most of the game
and would struggle at the
start of every period and
battle back only to fall
behind again.
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The Lady Pirates
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the game, turning ove
the ball several times
and struggled to hit their
early shots.
North Florida Chris-
tian hit their opening
three-point shot anc
jumped out to an early
4-0 lead before Maggie
Wright put the Pirates
on the board with a shor
jumper.
Both teams exchanged
buckets and Lacey Grif-
fin picked up several
buckets on the inside.
Howes, who has led
the Lady Pirates with her
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Lacey Griffin had several big shots in the first half to
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cut into the NFC lead.


North Florida Christian took away Ponce de Leon's biggest weapon, Mary Howes,
above number 44, in the state semifinal game. Howes was held to only one point
after getting into early foul trouble in the game.


picking up two quick
fouls.
Daydra Brown came
in ,and picked up for
Howes, scoring some
much-needed baskets for
the Lady Pirates.
The Pirates hung in
and ended the first period
trailing 19-12.
Maggie Wright hit a
big three-point shot to
open the second period
and cut the lead to three,
The Lady Pirates
picked up the defensive
intensity and forced sev-
eral turnovers,as they cut
into the NFC lead. Lacey
Griffin's ,three-point shot
with three-seconds cut
.the-lead -to 25-23. a'tMihe-
half.
Coming out in the
,second half NFC opened
on a hot streak and went
on an 18-6 run. PdL


answered back with Cat Tinsley and' Lacey
big shots from Maggie Griffin finished with 11
Wright and Cat Tinsley each and Griffin led the
to end the period down Lady Pirates with seven
just 45-41. rebounds. ,, i
NFC continued to Daydra Brown also
come out of the breaks had a strong game with.
with momentum and ex- 10 points.
tended their lead to 52- The Lady Pirates fin-
41. Once again the Lady ished the season with a
Pirates clawed back into 25-6 record and as the
the game after several Region 1 champions.
baskets by Wright and ""This team was 'alot
Tinsley. of fun to be around and
NFC's Nikki Clayton made coaching this year
and Christian Ledlow a joy. We came up little
would not be denied as short but you can't take
they continued to hit big away from what we ac-
baskets and put the game complished and the sea-
away. The team contin- son we had," said PdL;
ued to go back and forth SQpach Tim Aford..
in the perite4,bit t'iItU~ Tl Lady PGsiasvill
ran out on the period and lose several key players
PdL's chances. .:-to graduation, but will
Maggie Wright led return with a strong core
the way for the Lady to make another title run
Pirates with 15 points. in 2007.


Holmes County continues strong start to season


Holmes County Blue
Devils baseball team con-
tinued their strong start to
the season as they went
2-1 on the week. They
opened the regular sea-
son with a 5-3 win over
Arnold that went eight
innings.
After falling behind
3-1 after four innings the
Devils answered with
runs in the sixth and sev-
enth innings to pull the
game even at the end of
regulation.
Andy Leavins' two out
single tied the game in the
seventh to send it into ex-
tra innings.
In the eighth inning,
B.J. Lee singled to get
on base. Michael Johnson
bunted him into scoring
position, and Brad White
got the game-winning
RBI.
Aaron Mollet knocked
White in from second
with a double to left cen-
ter.
Zack Nails went five
innings with seven strike-
outs and only three walks.

Softball sign-

ups extended
Girls ages 7-14 are
needed to play softball
at New Life Ministries
in Bonifay. Registra-
tion has been extended
through the end of this
week. Girls ages 7-8 are
especially heeded to field
a team. For more info
call 547-2420 or go to
the Bonifay First Baptist
Church.


Jared Mosley came on in
relief and earned the win
with three shutout in-
nings. He struck out six.
Brad White led the
team with two hits and
two RBIs.
Andy Leavins, Jared
Mosley and Aaron Mol-
let each had two hits and
an RBI. Grant Gavin, B.J.
Lee, and Michael Johnson
all had singles in the win.
Just a few days later the
Devils put on an offensive
display as they defeated
Florida High 14-8.
The Devils scored three
in the first and three in
the second to take the 6-0
lead.
Florida High answered
with five runs in the third
to cut the lead to 6-5.
Holmes County answered
right back with four in the
top of the fourth to take a
10-5 lead.
The Devils added four
more in later innings for
the win.
Jared Mosley started
the game and went two


2-2/3 innings before Zack
Nalls came on in relief.
Mosley struck out four
while allowing'five runs.
Nails pitched 2-1/3 in-
nings and allowing three
runs and struck out five.
Michael Johnson pitched
two shutout innings to
close the game out.
Brad White finished the
game 3-for-3 with three
doubles.
Aaron Mollet went
3-for-4 with one double.
B.J. Lee, Kentral Ector,
Andy Leavins, Ty Short
and Brandon Dykes each
finished with two hits.
Jared Mosley finished
with one.
"This was a great win
to go on the road to Tal-
lahassee and come away
victorious," said HCHS
coach Ron Dixon.
The Devils suffered
their first loss of the sea-
son on Friday night in
Vernon. The Devils were
held to only three hits as
the Jackets took the 3-1
win.


Vernon took a 1-0 ,
lead in the second and
the Devils tied the game
in' the third on an Aaron
Mollet hit.
The game remained
tied until Vernon scored
two in the bottom of the
sixth to take the win.
Nails started the game.
for the Devils and Buddy
Brock opened on the
mound for the Jackets.
Jed Tyre came in for
two scoreless innings and
Brett Chamberlin earned


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the win with two scoreless
innings in the sixth and
seventh innings.
Mosley and Mollet had
the only hits in the game
for the Devils.
"We made a lot of
mistakes tonight on the
bases and at the plate. We
executed poorly and Ver-
non took advantage of.our
mistakes.
"They made us pay
when we made them like
good teams do," said
HCHS Coach Ron Dixon.


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I Choctawhatchee Basin NWTF

banquet to give away 11 guns


Scott Waldrip of Chipley displays his eight-point buck taken in Washington Coun-
ty. The buck was harvested on his aunt and uncle's property (the late David Cook
and Carrie Cook). The deer scored 123 inches on the Boone and Crockett scale.


Chipley to hold

meet and greet with

new football coach


Chipley Tiger 100
would like to invite all
Chipley Tiger fans to
meet new Chipley High
School football coach
Dilly Webb.
Coach Webb will be
presenting his plan to
bring Chipley Tiger
football back to promi-
nence.
He will be speaking at
the new CHS auditorium
on Thursday, March 2 at
7:00 pm.
He is looking forward
to reacquainting himself


with old friends and
meeting new Tiger fans.
Coach Webb was him-
self, a Chipley Tiger and
was the starting quarter-
back for the 1973, 1974
and 1975 seasons. He
is a 1976 graduate of
Chipley High.
He comes to Chipley
from Walton High after
stints in Niceville and
Baker.
Should you have ques-
tions, please call Tiger
100 president Malcolm
Minchin at 638-1586.


Coach Dilly Webb was the
starting quarterback at
Chipley in the mid-70s.


Holmes County 4-H Family

Fishing Day encourages parents


Fishing for Life is a yeat
: round aquatic program
that will aide youths to be
good anglers and care for
our aquatic friends and
environment. We host an
annual Family Fun Fishing
Day; which is free and all
children are encouraged to
participate with their par-
ents and should bring their
fishing gear. If a child does
nt have fishing rod or reel
they will be loan one dur-
ing the event. This event
will take at The Holmes
County Fair Grounds on


Saturday. March 18, 2005
from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Besides fishing from
the pond with theii parent
(the fishing is intended for
the child but parents are
encourage to assist their
children), participant with
their parents will be able
to enjoy all the other edu-
cational and recreational
activities that will be
available such critter hunt
and discovery, back yard
bass fishing, knot making,
can casting, fish print and
assisting in coloring and.


painting a large mural that
\will go to 4-Her's in Min-
nesota as, part of a paint/
coloring exchange project.
The hot dogs and ham-
burgers will be served with
soda and chips for fee of I
estimate to be $3.00. A por-
tion of funds raised from
the lunch will go toward
future 4-H educational and
recreational activities for
our children. Many gift
will be awarded to the chil-
dren during the event and
the children will go home
with a goodie-bag.


10,000 meter road race planned


The 28th annual Winston
Howell 10,000 Meter Road
Race will be held Saturday,
March 11, at the National
Guard Armory in Hartford,
Ala.
Registration starts at 7
a.m. followed by the race
at 9 a.m. The paved course
is wheel measured, fairly
flat with four turns, and
there will be certified aid
stations.
Female and male age
groups will include 14 and
under, 15-19, 20-24,25-29,
30-34,35-39,40-44,45-49,
50-54,55-59, 60-64, and 65
& up. The entry fee is $15.
A T-shirt will be given
to all who register. A tro-
phy will be awarded to the
overall male and female,


male an d female masters,
male and female grandmas-
ters, male and female senior
grandmasters (60 and up),
and two each, male and fe-
male walkers only. Medals
will be given to the top three
in each age group.
The armory is located at
Hwy. 52 and 167. Hartford
Lions Club is sponsoring


the event with all proceeds
benefiting Hartford Boy
Scout Troop 32.
For more informa-
tion, call Cary Hatcher
at (334) 588-2343, (334)
588-2223, or email to
hatch@alaweb.com; or
Mike Kinman at (334) 684-
9818, (334) 588-2211 or
mikek@fnbhartford.com


No Pon hyimt (WC


The Holmes County,
Choctawhatchee Basin
Chapter will hold their
10th annual "Hunting
Heritage" dinner banquet.
It will be at the Hol-
mes County High School
in Bonifay on Saturday,
March 11 from 5 p.m. to
10 p.m., with dinner at 6
p.m.. The High School
is located 6ff Highway 90
West of Bonifay.
Several guns will be
auctioned and raffled off
to benefit the NWTF.
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.
Dinner tickets are avail-
able from volunteering
NWTF members for $45.
This includes membership
in the NWTF and thl 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 $250 single
or Sponsor Couples tickets
for $280 (includes 1 spon-
sor, 1 WITO). .
Committee contacts:
(area code 850) Chapter
President Shep Eubanks
(shep@ifas.ufl.edu)
547-1108 or 5813, Ban-


quet Chairman Russell
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 infor-
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,
Bonifay, FL 32425


Chipola hosts state JUCO tourney


More than 2,000 visi-
tors are expected to con-
verge on Marianna March
8-11, when Chipola Col-
lege hosts the Florida
Junior College Men's and
Women's State Basketball
Tournament.
Tournament officials
estimate that more than
$250,000 will flow into
the area during the tourna-
ment from food, lodging,
recreation and inciden-
tal expenses. Chipola's
Karan Davis, who coordi-
nates motel rooms for the
tournament, reports that
more than 175 rooms will
be reserved for teams and
game officials.
Waste Management,
Inc., long-time corporate
sponsor of, the event, re-
cently donated $10.000
to sponsor the tourna-
nient. The Florida Credit
Union League. Inc., also
contributed $10,000 as
a new corporate sponsor
with help from local credit
unions: Community South
Credit Union in Chipley,
Jackson County Teachers
Credit Union in Marianna,
and Focus Credit Union


in Marianna and Chatta-
hoochee.
The Jackson County
Tourist Development
Council awarded the Ap-
preciation Club a $10,000
grant to help promote the
tournament. Tournament
administrator Ronnie
Myers, a former Chipola
player, said, "The tourna-
ment is a huge undertak-
ing which requires many
volunteers and financial
support. We could not
host this event without the
generous support of our
corporate sponsors and the
TDC."
Robert 'Trammell,
Chipola Appreciation Club
president, said, "Chipola
has one of the best junior
college athletic programs
in the country and our
people put on one of
the finest tournaments
anywhere. The great tra-
ditions established here
by coaching legend Milton
Johnson are evident today
in the quality of this tour-
nament."
Tournament passes-
$25 for adults and $15
for students-will get


fans into all 14,exciting
tournament games. Single
session tickets are $10
each. Trammell reported
that the passes are a bar-
gain for two important
reasons.
"The tournament passes
are a good deal financially,
and they guarantee you a
seat for the championship
game," said Trammell.
Dozens of key support-
ers are working with the
Appreciation Club to sell
advance tickets
The men's tournament
begins Wednesday, March
8, at 2 p.m. The Chipola
Indians will represent the
Panhandle Conference as
Champion in the evening
session on Wednesday,
March 8.
The women's tourna-
ment begins Thursday,
March 9,; at 2 p.m. The
Lady Indians will represent
the Panhandle Conference
as Runner-up when they
play Central Florida in the
first round, Thursday at 6:
30 p.m. For ticket informa-
tion, call 718-2370, or visit
the official tourney web
site at: www.chipola.edu


1-800-AT-HONPA
BEASLEY HONDA
U.S. 201 SOUTH OZARK


STATIC CHAMPIOIISHP iTOUIAMENT
"March Madness in Marianna"
FCCAA State JUCO Basketball Tournament
Milton H. Johnson Health Center
Chipola College
March 8-11, 2006
March 8, 9 and 10 at 2 p.m., 4 p.m., 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.
Finals on March 11 Men at 5 p.m. and Women at 7:30 p.m.
Phone: 850-718-2370 Website: www.chipola.edu
This ad sponsored by Jackson County Tourist Development Council.


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8A, Washington County News, Wednesday, March 1, 2006 : ::
WASHNTN ONY OT AI


A group of 4-H'ers practice the music the) ~ere to present at the Youth Fair. The
group consists of Peter Erow, John Erow, Justin Woods, Josh Webb, Jonathon
Webb and Jacob Sowell, but not all of them are in the photo.


Shelby Singletary enjoys
her meal at the annual
spaghetti supper spon-
sored by Washington
County Farm Bureau.
The two-year-old lives in
Graceville.


This poster displayed at the Youth Fair urges every-
one to take advantage of the benefits of exercise.


4~I. 4

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Dozens of brown eggs were displayed in the area
where small animals were kept. Some of the hens
continued their day's work while waiting in cages for
the judging and viewing. The eggs were rounded up
by handlers.


Paving underway
Portions of South Bou-
levard in Chipley will be
closed to through traffic
for resurfacing underway.
Detours will be in place
and every effort to main-
tain smooth traffic flow
will be made.
The Washington County
Board of County Commis-
sioners apologize for any
inconvenience this project
will cause, but-look. for-
ward to an improved road
that is safer and easier to
maintain.,

WCSO website up
and running
Sheriff Bobby Haddock
is pleased to announce the
launch of the new Wash-
ington County Sheriff's
Office Website at www.
wcso.us.

Important information
The WCSO Website
is an efficient and accu-
rate way to get important
information out to the
community, which is one
of the top priorities at the
Sheriff's Office.
The Website offers

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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's
Office is taking to insure
safe homes and safe com-
munities.


It's hard to see some of the smaller animals through
the screen of the cages but this big doe took up so
much space it was easy to view.

THE WASHINGTON COUNTY
RECYCLING CENTER
Is Now Open
Every Saturday
7:30 am 12:00 pm
With the exception of holiday weekends.


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Wednesday, March 1, 2006, Washington County News, 9A

U NITED WAYCELEBRATES


Edward Prescott addresses the meeting.


Val Parrish and Mavis Jones receive awards.


Mary Enfinger receives an award.


Greg Vickery receives an award from Kim Stone.


Brian Dransfield receives an award.


Melanie Collins receives an award from Kim Stone.


UNITED
Continued from page 1A
in Northw est Florida,"
Prescott said.
A number of awards
of appreciation were an-
nounced, including Mary
Enfinger and Washington
Council on Aging (al-
though a client agency, the
27 employees gave about


$1,500), Susan Lawson,
Teresa Brown, Janice
George, Brian Dransfield,
Mark Brock, Darrin Wall,
Belinda Collins, Mavis
Smith and Val Parrish of
Association of Retarded
Citizens, Jerry Haviland,
Linda Cain, Lamar and
Jeanette Townsend, Terry
Ellis and WestPoint Home,
Don Walters and Orange


Hill Soil Water Conserva-
tion District, John Dough-
erty, Debbie McCrary,
Greg Vickery of DOT,
Melanie Collins of Wash-
ington Rehab and Nursing
Center, and Steve Harr of
WestPoint Home.
Smith said that United
Way contributions will be
used for stipends for those
with developmental dis-


abilities. There is a waiting
list of about 17,000 people
in this category across the
state. United Way dona-
tions also help fund the lo-
cal match for employment
and adult training funding.
Enfinger said that with-
out United Way funds
WCOA would not be able
to come up with matches
for federal and state dol-


lars. She said that about 70
eligible county residents
are on the waiting list for
in-home service.-
Harr noted that WPH
employees contributed
over $40,000 to the cam-
paign. One employee con-
tributed $1,000, and about
30 gave more than $400
each.
Edwin Richards, presi-


dent of Northwest Florida
United Way (NWFUW),
noted that United Way
"is people helping people
- it's what its all about.. It
really makes a difference
in people's lives." NW-
FUW collected about $2.3
million a little under its
goal of $2.35 million, but
still more than has ever
been raised.


'Pandemi

Similar exercise
to be held in
Washington
County

JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
A "pandemic pandemo-
nium" could result if there
is a widespread attack of
the so-called "avian flu,"
H5N1, in Florida. With
the spread of the flu to
Europe, and a very high
mortality rate of humans
affected by the flu in Asia,
Florida is making plans if
the flu comes to the United
States.
Holmes County is no
exception. Last week rep-
resentatives of the Health
Department, emergency
services, law enforcement,
Emergency Management
Agency (EMA) and health-
care providers were on
hand at the county Emer-
;genc\ Operations Center
(EOC) on Virginia Avenue
for a tabletop exercise to
look at how the county
could respond to an out-
break of flu. The exercise
was conducted by Audrey
Heffron, deputy director
of the Center for Disaster
Risk Policy at Florida
State University.
A similar exercise will
be held in Washington


c pandemonium' exercise at Holmes County EOC


The exercise was conducted by Audrey Heffron, dep-
uty director of the Center for Disaster Risk Policy at


Florida State University.
County this month.
The exercise began with
a briefing. The next step
was to begin the exercise,
which includes a very real-
istic "newscast' on laptop
computers that showed
the spread of the flu and
the reaction of the citizens
and state agencies. The
pandemic begins with the
death of an Orlando man,
and grows to include an
$8 billion hit on the state
economy.
It was up to the local
agencies to prepare their
own response. Those pres-
ent divided into four teams
to conduct the exercise.
First, it was noted that a
flu pandemic would not be
an isolated disaster, like a


hurricane hitting just part
of the United States. "This
would be everywhere,"
Heffron said. That means
that local agencies would
be largely on their own as

a pandemic swept the na-
tion.
The Health Department
would be the lead agency
in Holmes County, and
would use established state
and federal policy. This
would include quarantine
policy. Security and civil
control would have to be
done by local agencies as
well.
While state and federal
assistance should be avail-
able, it might not be avail-
able right away in a nation-
wide emergency. "Do as


much planning as possible
based on local resources,"
Heffron said.
Other situations that
would need to be dealt with
could include:
*A shortage of both basic
flu vaccine and vaccine for
H5N1, provided one is de-
veloped.
Distribution of vaccine
would be carefully priori-
tized to include emergency
service and healthcare
providers who would
most likely be in regular
contact with flu victims,
among others. The elderly
and children would also
have a higher priority. The
vaccine would have to be
placed in a secure location
as well.
*Inability to contain the
virus. "It's international,
and it's out of our hands,"
said one participant. "The
best we can do is to protect
our local community." This
could include checking ev-
eryone coming to Doctors
Memorial Hospital or other
healthcare agencies, "espe-
cially foreign travelers."
*Getting out accurate,
timely information on
how to prevent flu from
spreading and other pub-
lic information would be
essential. This informa-
tion needs to be clear and
concise, and would be re-
peated regularly to ensure


that the message, gets out.
The information should
be prepared in advance
for fast distribution when
needed. All media would
be utilized.
A "hotline" could be set
up at the EOC using the
multiple phone lines in
place for disasters where
volunteers could be avail-
able to answer 'questions
and provide information to
the public. This informa-
tion would be printed up
for the volunteers.
EMA Director Wanda
Stafford said the EOC
would be activated once
the Board of County Com-
missioners declared a state
of emergency.
"Worker fatigue" would
be a factor as healthcare
and emergency personnel
are strained by 24/7 work.
"Normal" health problems
and routine public safety
would still have to be done
during the flu pandemic, as
well as deal with the pan-
demic.
There could also be a
situation similar to that in
New Orleans where some
emergency workers could
decide not to come in, in
order to care for their\own
families.
One possible solution
is to have the families of
healthcare and emergency
workers come to where the


k orker ~are housed a nd":
stay with them.
*Establishing satel-
lite locations around the
county to provide care to
residents.
*Schools would probably
be closed at some point.
-Until they are closed chil-
dren and parents could be
educated about flu and its
prevention by sending fli-
ers home and by education
at the schools.
*Hotels would be used
for alternate housing, or
possibly to house emer-
gency workers.
*Agencies should cross
train as much as possible.
*Businesses would close
- many for good. There
could be a major loss of
skilled workers.
*Stress and disruption
of normal activity could
lead to civil unrest and an
increase in crime.
*Distribution of fuel
would have to be priori-
tized.
Holmes County Health
Department Director Holly
Segers said that results of
the exercise would be eval-
uated and policies would
be updated.
A similar exercise is
planned for Washington
County on March 13 at
the county EOC. Walton
County's exercise would
be March 14.


Roulhac
Middle School
Book Drive
We know that we are
very fortunate to have such
outstanding schools in our
community and we want
our students to have op-
portunities to achieve their
highest potential.
Our Governor has
mandated a reading initia-
tive and set a goal for all
students to read at grade
level by the year 2010. We
would like to fulfill our


obligation in this initiative
by conducting a MORE
BOOKS! Drive.
During the month of
February, we will promote
a project to collect brand
new books and books that
look like new.
We are asking for dona-
tions of books from stu-
dents and members of the
community to help in cre-
ating a classroom library
for every classroom in our
school.
Books should be appro-
priate material for middle


school and should be at the
readability level of upper-
elementary and/or middle
school. IYou may drop off
books at Roulhac Middle
School during school
hours. Please help us foster
the future education of our
students!

Smoke alarms
The Chipley Fire De-
partment is offering free
smoke alarms to local
residents. Applicants must
stop by the Fire Depart-
ment at 1430 Jackson Av-


enue and pick up a form to
request the smoke alarm.
Call (850) 638-6301.

Planning meeting
The Washington County
Planning Department will
hold a Planning Commis-
sion Meeting at 5 p.m.,
March 7, in the county
government annex meeting
room at 1331 South Boule-
vard, Chipley.
Anyone requiring fur-
ther information or assis-
tance, contact Linda Waller
at 415-5093.


Phone: 612 N. Hwy. 79 Fax:
547-5220 Bonifay, Florida, 547-4352
Grand Oaks Realty
is proud to announce that
ANDREA LEWIS
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as a REALTOR
Priscilla "Cissy" -
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10A, Washington County News, Wednesday, March 1, 2006 ,,,


YOUHAIR20


There were over 500 plant entries at the Washington County Youth Fair held The Washington County Livestock Club's display at the Youth Fair exhibited
Feb. 21-25. Below: FFA judges were on hand. pictures of members and events in the past year.






AM -1.- ... -9.1 -


"- Mikah Munson (left) and Allison Marco go before judges at the market hog show
: at the Washington County Your Fair held Feb. 24.




HBII^LEGALE NOTICSBB


.... ..... .. ,.


Log cabins and other, displays at the Washington
County Youth Fair held on Feb. 21-25.



Fair draws large crowds,


plenty of exhibitors


SANDRA OHMER
Staff Writer
The Washington County
Youth Fair was held Feb.
21-25. The fair opened at
8 am on Friday, Feb, 24.
School children visited the
exhibits of plants, crafts,
baked goods, photography,
art and livestock.
The livestock judging
contest, dairy show, and
market hog show took
place in the livestock arena
on Friday, Feb. 24. Stu-
dents were given an oppor-
tunity to demonstrate their
knowledge and ability in
the selection and evalua-
tion of livestock.
The fair opened at
8 am on Saturday. Old
Fashioned Day started off
with the baking of hot bis-
cuits in a wood stove and
cream separating and but-
ter making. Mazie Worley
demonstrated quilting. She
started making quilts when
she was nine years old on
a peddle singer sewing
machine. In her lifetime,
she has made over a 1,000
quilts. She has sold her
quilts as far away as Eng-


land and Alaska.
Trenton Brock shelled
corn with a "Yankee corn
sheller", as referred to by
Wayne Kent. The sheller
was built in Mount Ville,
Pennsylvania in 1904.
Kent took the corn after it
was shelled and put it in
a small grist mill to make
corn meal. Other old fash-
ioned exhibits included
blacksmithing, log saw-
ing, and an antique tractor
display.
There were several food
booths. Debra McGhee,
Tish Bowers, and Kim and
Rachel McKinnie worked
in the fried fish booth. This
booth was sponsored by
the youth departments of
House of Prayer Worship
in Chipley and Believers
Outreach Ministry in Mari-
anna. The Orange Hill Fire
Department had a booth
where they sold popcorn
and cotton candy.
Entertainment was pro-
vided in the auditorium by
Gospel Group, Pee Wee
Johns & Boys, Kountry
Folks Kloggers and the
Dance Center of Bonifay.


LEE H. BUCHANAN, if alive, and
if dead, his unknown spouses,
heirs, devisees, grantees, assign-
ees, lienors, creditors, trustees, or
other persons claiming by through,
under or against them, or any of
them; FOREE BUCHANAN, if
alive, and if dead, her unknown
spouses, heirs, devisees, grant-
ees, assignees, lienors, credi-
tors, trustees, or other persons
claiming by through, under or
against them, or any of them;
and ALL UNKNOWN PERSONS
if alive, and if dead, their unknown
spouses, heirs, devisees, grant-
ees, assignees, lienors, creditors,
trustees, or other persons claim-
ihg by through, under or against
the unknown persons
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
To: LEE H. BUCHANAN, if
alive, and If dead, his unknown
spouses, heirs, devisees, grant-
ees, assignees, lienors, credi-
tors, trustees, or other persons
claiming by through, under or
against, them, or any of them;
FOREE BUCHANAN, if alive, and
if dead, her unknown spouses,
heirs, devisees, grantees, assign-
ees, lienors, creditors, trustees,
or other persons claiming by
through, under or against them,
or any of them; and ALL UN-
KNOWN PERSONS if alive, and
if dead, their unknown spouses,
heirs, devisees, grantees, assign-
ees, Ilenors, creditors, trustees,
or other persons claiming by
through, under or against the
unknown persons.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that 6n ac-
tion to quiet title on the following
property In Washington County,
Florida:
A parcel of land bounded by com-
mencing at the NW corner of Sec-
tion 9, Township 4 North, Range
13 West, and running thence
South 88'53'E along the North
line of said section a distance of
1,685.11 feet; thence SO00'31'W
a distance of 569.32 feet; thence
S88'32'E a distance of 450 feet
to the Point of Beginning; thence
run S0031'W a distance of 150
feet; thence S88'32'E a distance
of 200 feet; thence NO0031'E
a distance of 150 feet; thence
N88'32'W a distance of 200 feet
to said Point of Beginning, and
being in the NE1/4 of NW 1/4 of
said Section 9
has been filed against you In the
Circuit Court of the Fourteenth
Judicial Circuit, in and for Wash-
ington County, Florida, and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to
it on Kerry Adklsoh, Attorney for
Plaintiff, Post Office Box 669,
Chipley, Florida 32428, on or
before March 10, 2006, and file
the original with the Clerk of this
Court, at the Washington County
Courthouse, 1293 Jackson Av-
enue, Chipley, Florida 32428,
either before service on Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately thereaf-
ter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint.
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 published in the Washington
County News on February 8, 15,
22, and March 1, 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.
The purpose and specific legal


authority under Which School
Board Policles/Procedures are
authorized, and an estimate of the
-,'.,rr.l Irr.p .: l .:.I Ir.e p -r ,.iJd
P .lhl ,Pro.:.eQ re ,', .. all ai
leipi:ia par or, ar, giin
PURPOSE:
We are revising.School Board
Procedure 8.60 to reflect
language Changes based on
Teacher Input. -
'LEGAL ALITHORITY:Trh rv'5n.
ington County School Board is
authorized under 1001.43 of the
Florida Statues to'develop/amend
policies and procedures.
ECONOMIC IMPACT Tne cJlt
o0 prom'ulgjqang Ir.e ir.l ion
win1 o app..-*imaier iii r,, pm-r

injdiidubai a;:hir.g l. ob'ia ain a
*:,p, ,:.r in. p.r.:.p:. a.3 ,'esu i,',s
ma$ COjnmII Mne rSupcrnmi-n.
ou r. i : OTIn.: aI Tri,'O Sirleei
Chipley, Florida.
As published in the Washington
County News on Febiru.a, 15,,
.-; ,,.3 .1IhIcr, i| 5

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR WASH-
INGTON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 67-06-CA-048
GEORGE S. NEATHand JOHN
T. NEATH,
Plaintiffs,
v.

ESTATE OF J.B. BENSON,
deceased,'and all heirs at law
and beneficiaries of J.B.Benson;
JOHN B. BENSON, individually,
rc lr. ca J 6 B-.'.or. 'J.i: a -J
na NoIARTHvLEST FLORIDA
COMMUNITY HOSPITAL,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
To: ESTATE OF J.B. BENSON,
deceased,
and all heirs at law and beneficia-
ries of J.B. Benson
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to partition on the following,
property in Washington County,
Florida:
A part of Block 14 in the City of
Chipley, Washington County,
Florida, described as follows,
to wit: Beginning at the South-
.a:l .::.- ,:,I V H F: Id l I:.l
r itr n .:. r.,r ir 1 30 ,l Se inr. B :,i

14, after a l.:o' i 31 lI l lio
street, then runri.-. Soulh I,65
feet to the "j.nir,i l .:ri-.i jl
A. D. Carmlchael's lot; thence
running West along Northern
line of said A: D. Carmichael's
lot 165 feet; thence North 165
feet to said W. H. Fowler's lot;
thence East along the Southern
line of said W. H. Fowler's lot 165
feet to Point of Beginning, facing
East on Third Street, being in the
Ij,:.rih, i Quart r ct Section 4,
T.:.r,:rlp 4 orlr.,,'Range 13
West, and said Block 14 being
according.to the Mordt plat of the
City of Chipley, Florida, on file in
the Office of the Clerk of Circuit
Court of Washington County,
Florida, being the land conveyed
to Lizzie V. Benson by deed from'
M. A. Smith, as Liquidator of Bank
of Chipley, recorded in Deed Book
65 at Page 1 in said Clerk's Office,
and lying West of and abutting
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 serve a copy 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 hand and seal on
this 9 day of February, 2006.
LINDA H. COOK
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: K. McDaniel
As Deputy Clerk
As published in the Washington
County News on February 15,
22 and March 1, 8, 2006.
Legal Advertisement
The Tri-County Airport Invites


bidders to submit proposals for
the project to Design and Con-
struct Airport Terminal Building
Expansion at the Tri-County
Airport. Sealed proposals, In
duplicate will be received by
the Tri County Airport Authority
until 4:00 p.m. March 9, 2006,
local time, at the offices of URS
Corporation, 1367-C South Rail-
road Avenue, Chipley, Florida
32428. For more information or
'f, pue.',-r.a e Bia;rJI Cci. '.a
" Dccurmin,. st .ileo- and
Pr ]eil i" Oin i r, J. l l
i n.; uRS, .,fi-.a ,[l 8ECe3.8ru0
STr-8 -15 I 00 00 c r.,re i.5r ir,.
plan a,'o :p eICalle:.n Tnil.
cost is non-refundable.
As published in the Washington
Cj.ur.nrv ieI onr. Fcruar 2',2
a-I Mr.1avcn 1 I2 .)

BOARD OF COUNTY COM-
MISSIONERS: '
VjASHIr,iGTON COurjT',
FLORIDA
REQUEST FOR,
QUALIFICATIONS
STATEMrErNT OF QLLIIFIC4 A
TIOJrS iS O trI5,ri". qullu .3
liirm ; I.: p~i'rC i. :u ,nr,ilrilr.g
PROFESSIONAL SURVEYING
SERVICES will be received by
Ihe B.:'-,'d .:. C.ourr .* rr,,ni .:.
.l:.n' ,. : .f a r.l,.gl.:.r. Co:unt,r
Florida at the Administrative Of-
fice, 1331 South Blvd., Chlpley.
Florida 32428 up until 3:00 p.m.
CST March 6, 2006:
Elaleme r2i- [ 01 C lCialloru s
snail r e Iubriitti o in i ele& a
en.ali:.pe planlryI ma lred rir. re
ipor..l.r,|I :nalr 5,l "TS :1316
lime 0 ,OO r aajl.rni rO r FQ
numr.er I.:,. PROFESSIOIrAL
SURVEYvIG SEA~,iCES F.,
Cople_; hallI [Le uorrqin-l
"DESCRIPTI'ON: the Scope of
Sc. hr.e q,, r,.11',cl :,r .:.l lull
pi.Feil'us ipr J. 'A nr,5ail sureVyi-l,
services which may consist of but
not limited to: Boundary surveys
retracement, rights-of-way and
easement surveys, topographic
surveys, as built surveys, route
surveys, control surveys for
.ap,3l nInoilgrcony ty .3aabIlral
.r.Bap ,inq ar..jl ,il,',a pl .illoni nqr,,
:, :-rrr.: ar. i-vies .:.lp i..:.sp ir

The anticipated term of continu-
ing professional services Is three
year with two one-year options
for renewal. County staff plans
to recommend to the Board
of County Commissioners a
minimum, if possible, of two firms
for the stipulated professional
services.
The Board of County Com-
'missioners reserves the right
to accePI or r'lI.:t any r.na all
SOQ's, I'o *. li' InlrTo,, llll" In
the process to obtain new SOO's,
or to postpone the opening pur-
suant to the Board's purchasing
policies.
Washington County Is an Equal
Opportunity Employer.
Submitted by Peter Herbert,
County Administrator
As published in the Washington
County News on February 18,22
and March 1, 2006.

-IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
WASHINGTON COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 05-
IN RE: ESTATE OF
GEORGE WASHINGTON
STRICKLEN,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate
of GEORGE WASHINGTON
STRICKLEN, deceased, File
Number 05-196CP is pending
in the Circuit Court for Wash-
ington County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which
is Post Office Box 647, Chipley,
Florida 32428. The names
and addresses of the personal
representatives) and the per-
sonal representative's attorney
are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of this
notice is served within three
-months after the date of the first
publication of this notice must
file their claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE


MONTHS AFTER THE DATE actiontoforecloseamortgageon
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION the following property in WASH-
OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY INGTON County, Florida, to-wit:
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS ALL OF LOT NO. 92,AND THE
'JOTiCE C.r TrHEM. EAST 35 FEET OF LOT NO. 93
All othercreditors of thedecedent MCGHEACHY SUBDIVISION
and persons having claims or AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
demands against the decedent's 1 PAGE 20, PUBLIC RECORDS
estate must file their claims OF "VA*'lHldGT'lr C)L.LUT iT
with this Court WITHIN .THREE FL-R Li, r.. O aG
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE O 4, T SHI
OF THE FIRSTi PUBLICATIONh' 'iN SECtiOANIi 4, TOWNSHIP
OF THIS NOTICE. ^4OdVtW RAN&f tWESt,
WASHINGTON COUNTY,
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND FLORIDA.
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED


WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first publication of
this Notice is February 22,2006.
Attorney for Personal Repre-
sentatives
ROY LAKE
202 North Waukesha Street
Bonifay, Florida 32425
850-547-5959
Florida.Bar No 0714811
Personal Representative
tr.RTICE TEEII STEEA4O IrJ
t"1-', Wt .l e '.::.. D.'l.,i
Bonifay, Florida 32425
r.IURLE B WsOOD
i1 1 1 riuoin ,a'.i, a tr-i 4
Bc. "l.a. Fl:r,oa ?3225

As published In the Washington
County News on February 22 and
March 1,2006.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR WASH-
INGTON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 67-05-CA-602
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
RURAL HOUSING SERVICE,
USDA f/k/a FARMERS HOME
ADMINISTRATION
Plaintiff,
v.
THE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
GRANTEES, DEVISEES,
LIENOR, TRUSTEES, AND
CREDITORS OF DONALD W.
RENFRO, DECEASED, AND
ALLCLAIMANTS, PERSONS OR
PARTIES, NATURAL OR COR-
PORATE, AND WHOSE EXACT
LEGAL STATUS IS UNKNOWN,
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UN-
DER OR AGAINST DONALD
W. RENFRO, DECEASED, OR
ANY OF THEHEREIN NAMED
OR DESCRIBED DEFENDANTS
OR PARTIES CLAIMING TO
HAVE ANY RIGHT,.TITLE OR
INTEREST IN AND TO THE
PROPERTY HEREIN DE-
SCRIBED; DAVID RENFRO;"
UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF DAVID RENFRO; DONALD
RENFRO; __ UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF DONALD RENFRO;
and all unknown parties claiming
by,.through, under or against
the herein named Defendants,
who are not known to be dead
or alive, whether said unknown
parties claim as heirs, devisees,
grantees, assignees, lienors,
creditors, trustees, spouses, or
other claimants; TENANT #1
and/or TENANT #2, the parties
Intended to accountfor the person
or persons In possession
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: THE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
GRANTEES, DEVISEES,
LIENORS, TRUSTEES. AND
CREDITORS OF DONALD W.
RENFRO, DECEASED, AND
ALL CLAIMANTS, PERSONS OR
PARTIES, NATURAL OR COR-
PORATE, AND WHOSE EXACT
LEGAL STATUS IS UNKNOWN,
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UN-
DEROR AGAINST DONALD W.
RENFRO, DECEASED, OR ANY
OF THE HEREIN NAMED OR
DESCRIBED DEFENDANTS OR
PARTIES CLAIMING TO HAVE
ANY RIGHT, TITLE OR INTER-
EST IN AND TO THE PROPERTY
HEREIN DESCRIBED; DONALD
RENFRO, and all unknown par-
ties claiming by, through, under
or against DONALD RENFRO,
who is not known to be dead
or alive, whether said unknown
parties claim as heirs, devisees,
grantees, assignees, lienors,
creditors, trustees, spouses, or
other claimants
Current Residence of the Un-
known Heirs is Unknown;
Current Residence of DONALD
RENFRO is Unknown, but whose
last known address was:
1279 Old Bonlfay Road, Chipley,
FL 32428; and 600 Grove Street,
Chipley, FL 32428
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an


has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy
of ,ui' ai';n"r. .j.i i; i 'any Ti)
,1 on DOUGLAS C ZA4tl.l 4
PFi.1r.l.n i a'ln.rr.e,- y r..:..' a -
dress is 18830 U.S. Highway 19
North, Suite 300, Clearwater,
Florida 33764, on or before 3-
6-2006 or within thirty (30) days
after the first publication of this
Notice of Action, and file the
original with the Clerk of this
Court at 1293 Jackson Avenue,
Chipley, PL 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 petition.

WITNESS my hand and seal
of the Court on this 23 day of
Jan., 2006.

Unda Hayes Cook
Clerk of the Circuit Court

By: K. McDaniel
Deputy Clerk

As published in the Washington
County News on March 1, 8,
2006.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEAR
ING

The City of Vernon will hold a
public hearing on the following
proposed ordinances at 7:00pm
on Monday, March 13,2006 in the
Council Chambers at City Hall,
2996 Main Street, Vernon, FL
at which time the city council will
consider their adoption into law.
The ordinances in their entirety
may be inspected at the office of
the city clerk during regular work-
ing hours. All interested parties
may appear at the meeting and
be heard'with respect to these.
proposed ordinances. .

ORDINANCE # 06-176
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
VERNON, FL., ENTERING INTO
A FRANCHISE AGREEMENT
WITH MEDIACOM SOUTHEAST
LLCTO PROVIDE CABLE -
RELATED NEEDS TO THE
CITY OF VERNON; REPEAL-
ING ORDINANCE #100 ; AND
ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE;

AND

ORDINANCE# 06-177
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY
OF VERON, FL., PROVIDING
FOR A "STRAW BALLOT" AT
THE MARCH 14, 2006 ELEC-
TION IN ORDER TO ALTER-
NATE TERMS OF THE VER-
NON CITY COUNCIL AND TO
ADHERE TO THE ORIGINAL
INTENT OF THE CITY CHAR-
TER; AND ESTABLISHING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.

Persons who wish to appeal any
decision made by the above city
council with respect to any matter
considered at this meeting will
need a record of the proceedings,
and for such purpose may need
to ensure that a verbatim record
of the proceedings is made, which
record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal
is based.

CITY OF VERNON, FL.

SHARON H. COBB, CITY
CLERK

As published in the Washing-
ton County News on March
1, 2006.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR WASHING-
TON COUNTY, FLORIDA

CASE NO.:'67-06-CA-037 -

KENNETH L. BARFIELD,

Plaintiff,


V.
ASSOCIATES FIrJAlrCiAL SER.
SICES C C'r.IPAri ? OF FLORIDA
IrC SEREIrA SHUTFT OEREL
L TEI.IPLIII CAROL C BOL
LINGER, HARMON E. BOL-
LINGER
and any unknown spouse, heirs,
devisees, grantees, creditors,
or other persons claimingg by,
through, underoragainstthesaid -
Serena ShuttlD' rl L.'Teip in,
Carol C. Bollinger and Harmon
E. Bollinger,

Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: SERENA SHUTT, DEREL
L. TEMPLIN, CAROL C. BOL-
LINGER, HARMON E., BOL-
LINGER and any unknown
spouse, heirs, devisees, grantees,
creditors or other persons claim-
ing by, through, under or against
the said Serena Shutt, Derel L
Templin, Carol C. Bollinger and
Harmon E. Bollinger

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion to quiet title to real property
located in Washington County,
Florida, has been filed, against
you, and you ate required to serve
a copy of your written defenses,
if any, to it on Edwin D. Davis, II,
attorney for the Plaintiff, whose
address is 900 Big Tree Road,.
South Daytona, Forida 32119; on
or before March 28,2006, and file
the original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on the
Plaintiff's attorney or immediately
thereafter:

Exhibit "A"

Commence' at the NW Corner
of the W1/2 of theSE:1/4 of NE
1/4 of Section 25, Township 5
North, Range 14 West for Point
of Beginning, thence run South.
440 feet; thence run East 220
feet; thence run North 440 feet;
thence run West 220 feet to the
Point of Beginning. Also: A 60 fool
easement for ingress and egress
being 30 feet each side of a center
line and the center line being
described as follows: Commence
at the NE comer of the SE 1/4 of
the NE 1/4 of Section 25, Town-
ship 5 North, Range 14 West,
Washington County, Florida,
and run South 220 feet; thence
run West 440 feet for a Point of
Beginning; thence run South 660
feet; thence run West 190.0 feet;
thence run South 440.0 feet to'the
Point of Ending:

The tax parcel number is 00-
4096-0030.

Yourfailure to timely serve and file
your written defenses will result in
a Default being entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the Complaint.

DATED this 17 day of Feb.,
2006.

LINDA COOK,
Clerk of the Circuit Court

By: K. McDaniel
Deputy Clerk

ATTENTION: PERSONS WITH
DISABILITIES

If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation
In order to participate In this
proceeding, you are entitled, al
no cost to you, to the-provision
of certain assistance. Please
contact the Court Administrator
Linda Hayes Cook at 1293 Jack-
son Avenue, .Chipley, FL 32428;
Tel.: (850) 638-6285 within two
(2) working days of your receipt
of the NOTICE OF ACTION; if you
are hearing orvoice impaired, call
1-'800-955-8771 (TTD);
THIS IS NOT A COURT INFOR-
MATION LINE.
As published in the Washington
County News on March 1, 8,
2006.

Legal Advertisement

The following vehicles will be sold
at auction on February 13, 2006
at 8:00am at Brock Auto Body
& Towing, 1135 Main Street,
Chipley, Florida 32428.

1FMYU60E71UC45714
2001 FORD EXPLORER 2DR

As published in the Washington
County News on March 1, 2006.


FURNITURE & SERTA MATTRESSES

LOW LOW LOW OVERHEAD

guarantees

LOW LOW LOW PRICES

P & S DISCOUNT FURNITURE
Chipley (Since 1973) (850) 638-4311









Wednesday, March 1, 2006, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 11A

ZV IT %


Broadus relates
days of service
at Arlington
The Tri-County North-
west Florida Branch of
NAACP held a meeting
at New Bethel Church
in Bonifay, Feb. 20. The
meeting opened with a
gospel song and devotion
led by Second Vice-Presi-
dent, Tyrone L. Broadus.
Broadus shared with
members pictures of events
in his life in Washington,
D.C. He marched with
Martin Luther King Jr. in
the March on Washington
in 1963.
While serving in the
Army, he attended Leader-
ship School. Because he
was in the top five of his
class, he was allowed his
choice of "duty station"
and chose the Military Dis-
trict of Washington, U. S.
Army Honor Guard.
As the first African-
American assigned to that
unit, he integrated the.


Washington County
)Sheriff's Office arrest re-
port dated Feb. 20 to Feb,
27.
:Allen, Axel Eli, w/m,20;
Vernon; possession mari-
juana; arrested 2/25.,
*Andrews, Eldra Dayon,
b/m. 19; Ebro; manufac-
turing cocaine, possession
and or use of narcotic
equipment. arrested 2/25.
*Arnold. Micheal Britton,
wiim 33: Geneva. Ala.: fail-
ure to appear. possession
listed chemical used for
manufacture of controlled
substance; arrested 2/22.
*Birge, Eric Lee, w/m,
22; Chipley; possession or
use of narcotic equipment;
arrested 2/26.
*Cassidy. Miranda Lea,
\ w/f. 31; Freeport; posses-
sion cocaine \vith intent to'
sell, manufacture, deliver,
etc.; arrested 2/25.
*Collins; Alvin Ray, w/m,
50; Wausau: driving while
license suspended; arrested
2/25
*Croft, John Wesley, w/
inm, 72; Chipley; lewd and
lascivious battery elderly
disabled adult; arrested
2/25.
*Early, John Clinton,
w/m, 46; Bonifay; operat-
ing vehicle with expired
license: arrested 2/24.
*Edwards, Keith Derrell;
b/m, 35; Vernon; no charg-
es listed; arrested 2/22.
*Finch, Christopher Pat-
:rick, w/m, : 32; Chipley;
battery; arrested 2/26.
*Forehand, Timo-
thy Franklin, w/m, 37;
Chipley;VOP; arrested
2/20. -
*Frost, Jeremy, w/m, 31;
Sno address listed; no charg-
es listed; arrested 2/27.
*Green, Patricia, b/f, 47;
Carvville: battery, damage
to: property-criminal mis-
chief; arrested 2/26.


Presidential Firing Party
and later became one of
the 13 original John F.
Kennedy honor guards.
In November of 1966
Broadus was selected to
appear in a documentary,
"The Big Picture", a film
,on the JFK grave sites.


*Griffin, Marty; w/m, 20;
Navarre; driving while li-
cense suspended; arrested
2/27.
*Hardrick, Johnny D.,
b/m, 32; Graceville; no
charges. listed; arrested
2/27.
*Jernigan, James Rob-
ert, w/m, 56; Cottondale;
driving while license sus-
pended, driving under the
influence alcohol or drugs;
arrested 2/26.
*Lee, Kevin Dwight,
w/m, 20; Wausau; operat-
ing vehicle with expired
license; arrested 2/23.
*Marcum,, Cheryl Lynn,
w/f, 45; Chipley; fraud
insufficient funds check;
arrested 2/27.
*Mlorris. Jeanie Luvern,
w/f, 35:, Chipley: :fraud
insufficient funds check;
arrested 2/23.
*Murphy, Miranda Lee,
w/f, 23; DeFuniak Springs;
VOP; arrested 2/22.
*Myers, Catherean Pool,
b/f,- 56; Marianna; child
support; arrested 2/25.
*Nettles, Charlie Devon,
b/m, 23; Caryville; no
charges listed; arrested
2/24.
*Risner, Rodney La-
verne, w/m, 35; Panama
City; driving while license
suspended; arrested 2/22.
*Ruschak, Jeremy Ste-
ven, w/m, 25; no address
listed; no charges listed;
arrested 2/20.
*Sharp, Carol Elaine, w/
f, 45; Freeport; VOP; ar-
rested 2/25.
*Smith Wayne Eric, w/m,
38; no address listed; bat-
tery; arrested 2/23.
*White, Shawntall An-
toinette, b/f, 39; Caryville;
utter false instrument; ar-
rested 2/22.
*Wright, Eddie Lee, b/m,
34; no address listed: VOP:
arrested 2/27.


Holmes Valley Heritage Day
Preserving Our Past will host the second annual "Hol-
mes Valley Heritage Day" festival on Saturday, March
18, at 3901 Wilderness Road, Vernon.
Admission will be $5 per adult. Children under 12, and
exhibitors will be admitted free of charge. Tractor pull
fees will be $5 per hook up. Gates will be open from 8
a.m. until.
Camping will be available with limited electric and
water hookups. There will be a shaded exhibitors area,
various demonstrations, awards, kids' events, conces-
sions, a swap meet, antique tractors/farm equipment, and
tractor pulls are among the events to be enjoyed.
Exhibitors may set up as early as Friday and. take
down as late as Sunday. Security will be provided. The
parade of tractors will take place at noon. Bring the fam-
ily and lawn chairs and enjoy a fun filled family day. No
alcoholic beverages will be allowed
For additional information contact; Wayne Kent, (850)
638-3741, for tractor pull information, Dennis Gainer
(850) 638-1335 or Jimmy Carter, (850) 579-4878; gar-
den tractor pull, Steve Callahan, (850)892-7146; station-
ary engines, Donald Wilson, (850) 233-0147; vendors
and exhibitors, Sandra Cook, (850) 535-2426.
Email, preservingourpast@yahoo.com or http//
www.popassociation.com, or visit the Washington Coun-
ty Tourist Development website at www.thewtdc.com.


On March 15, 1967
Broadus attended the dedi-
cation of the permanent
grave site of President
Kennedy, escorting Mrs.
John F. Kennedy. \
Other dignitaries in at-


tendance were President
Lyndon Johnson, Joseph
Kennedy, Edward and
Robert Kennedy, Eunice
Shriver, and Ethel Ken-
nedy (above).
Broadus' military career


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and Door Locks,
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ended in 1967. He then
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In case you haven't
heard, there is a new book
out in Chipley. Just a few
short weeks ago, the author
of the book called me to say
that her recently published
product was on the way.
The book is entitled Chest-
nit Hill, The Early Years,
aid is written by Chipley's
own Winona C. VanLand-
irigham. Her friends, fam-
ily'and acquaintances will
immediately know that the
'C" in the writer's name is
for Chesnut.
SAfter receiving a packet
ih 'the mail giving informa-
tion about the author and
abbut the book, lo and
behold, the next call came
Within a short time saying
the'books had arrived and
ler' husband, Roger Van-
Iihndingham, was en route
t1 bur home with a copy
fir the Wellses.
'Hester and I have "de-
voured" it already and
found it most interesting.
I don't know exactly
how it will be distributed,
b~t watch for a news re-
ltase as to when and where
you can obtain your copy.
:Knowing this lady and
her family, it immediately
came to my mind that she
would write something
about her father, Fred
Chesnut, and his longtime
service as a rural mail car-
rer out of the Chipley Post
Office. Sure enough, this
topic is addressed with
some interesting anecdotes.
I will not ruin your reading
by telling you details of
any qf the, numerous and.
enlightening stories con-
tained in the book.
Rural mail carrier is one
career that I missed out on,
and it is one that I believe
I would have thoroughly
enjoyed. During my up-
binging, our rural mail
carrier on Bonifay Route
One was Lurie Stott. His
brother, Eugene Stott, car-
ried the mail to Hester's
familyy north of Bonifay on
ioute 4.
,The Stott brothers were
first cousin to Vera M. Ow-
ens, the wife of Marvin
O\vens, a Vernon merchant
in my school days. Ouida
Owens Williams reminded
me of this just recently.
Helen Owens Wray was,
iry 1944 classmate at
Vernon High School. Leon
Owens, a son, was a Free-
\Nill Baptist Minister and
served a stint on the Wash-
ington County School
Board. Hiram Owens
followed his parents' foot-
steps. operating the Dixie
!Dahdy Grocery Store in
Veinon for many years.
Lurie Stott went above
and beyond the call of his
official duties to accom-
'mqdate the needs of his
rural patrons. He took cash
for money orders, doing all
the necessary paper work,
including a hand-written
receipt, took the money to
the post office, issued the
money order and delivered
the "stub" as a receipt on
tlie following day.
In those days, I don't
recall that my family ever


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.
SThis is the ninth year the
class will take its show on
the road, and this year's
play, produced through
special arrangement with


The front cover of Chestnut Hill, The Early Years, a
collection of short stories, poetry and recipes from the
author's growing up years.


purchased postage stamps.
To mail a letter, it was
placed in the mail box,
with three pennies care-
fully laid on the envelope.
Raise the flag and Mr. Stott
did the rest. He was always
cheerful and took time to
exchange a few funny sto-
ries with our dad. I can still
hear his unusual laugh.
My brother, Max, being
nine year my junior, still
recalls one assignment that
Lurie Stott obviously did
not enjoy doing. Max re-
lated the story to our sons-
a few weeks ago and they
found it extremely funny!
Hook worms were always
a threat and menace to
everyone, especially farm
families. After each county
had a health officer to com-
bat some of the sanitation
issues, an effort was made
to eradicate hook worms.
Schools put out a flyer in
the form of what was then
known as a "funny book,"
appealing to the young-
sters to cooperate with
the treatment program.
Max remembers 'the col-
orful pamphlet as reading
"Pineville High Meets the
Challenge."
The gruesome task of
submitting a "specimen" to
health authorities was re-
quired and guess who had
to deliver that "package"
to Bonifay? Mr. Lurie Stott
of course. The word is that
he never complained.
Gay Harrell carried
the U.S. Mail on a south
Washington County route
until retirement. I did get
to Chipley in time to know
Gay Harrell and hear some
of his experiences. One
I recall was about a man
requesting that the car-
rier purchase some "fine"
sandpaper and bring it'
to him the following day.
Further questioning re-
vealed the gentleman had
recently purchased a set of


Eldridge Publishing Com-
pany, promises to be one of
the largest productions in
the class's recent history.
Watch for future an-
nouncements that will list
the performance dates and
ticket information.

'Grease' March 8
The Chipola College
Theater is in full rehearsal
for "Grease" which opens


false teeth which were giv-
ing him trouble. His intent
was to take matters into his
own hands and sand those
new molars down to a bet-
ter fit.
After Rural Electrifica-
tion became a reality, the
method of meter reading
was for the customer to
read his own meter by
marking the lower portion
of a two-part post card sent
in the mail each month. It
was to be returned to REA
in Graceville. Knowing
that a family was away for
longer than the time for the
card to be returned, Gay
Harrell stopped his car,
walked to the back of the
house where the meter was
located, marked it and, car-
rying the completed card
with him, ensuring its ar-
rival in Graceville.
In about 1988, Roland
Walsingham gave me a
June 1962 issue of a Pro-
gressive Farmer magazine
for the museum at our
campground. There was a
story in that issue about an
Alabama Rural Mail carrier
who had just retired after
40 years of service. When
asked of his most memo-
rable experience, he told
of having a patron request
that he write a "penny
post card," which he had
purchased from the mail
man. It was to a daughter,
who lived 50 miles away,
with the message that the
parents would be coming
to see her on the weekend.
After he obliged, the car-
rier inquired if everything
looked all-right. At this
point, the. man replied,
"Maybe you need to put a
P.S. and say, please excuse
poor spelling and bad writ-
ing!"
I won't steal any more
thunder from Winky Van-
Landingham's new book.
Read it and enjoy it.
See you-all next week.


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For information about
Chipola Theater, call 718-
2227.

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12A, Washington County News, Wednesday, March 1, 2006



Perry's Prattle

i By Perry Wells


hosts District Two meeting
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Woman's Club
SANDRA OHMER
Staff Writer
The Chipley Woman's
Club hosted the Florida
Federation of Women's
Club (FFWC) District Two
arts and crafts meeting on
Feb. 25 at the First Presby-
terian Church.
District Two consists of
eight general clubs, three
junior clubs and two junio-
rette clubs.
All eight clubs and two.
junior clubs were rep-
resented at the arts and
crafts meeting, coming
from Panama City Beach,
Panama City, Marianna,
Wewahitchka, Blount-
.stown, Chattahoochee, and
Apalachicola and Chipley.
Two junior woman's
clubs were also in atten-
dance from Panama City
and Chipley. Everyone
was welcomed by Chipley
Woman's Club President,
Dorothy Clarke.
Outstanding volunteers
were acknowledged at the,
business portion of the
meeting presided by Mari-
lyn Hogan, District Two
director. The volunteer of
the year award is presented
yearly. Candidates submit-
ted for 2006 were Sharon
Bannerman, Marianna
Woman's Club, Ann Bruce,
Gulf Coast Woman's Club,
Eugenia Watkins, Philaco
Woman's Club of Apala-
chicola, and,Becky Yates
of the Woman's Club of
Chipley.
Ann Bruce was the .re-
cipient of the volunteer
award for 2006. Bruce is
very active in the Ameri-
can Cancer Society, serves
as the Reach to Recovery
Coordinator for Bay Coun-
ty, teaches classes about
breast cancer, volunteered
as a registered nurse at the


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hosted by the Chipley Woman's Club on Feb. 25.
Pictured left to right: Sharon Bannerman, Marianna
Woman's Club, Eugenia Watkins, Philaco Woman's
Club of Apalachicola, Becky Yates, Chipley Woman's
Club, and Deanna Neudecker, President of the Gulf
Coast Woman's Club of Panama City. Neudecker


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Bruce of Panama City.
Reaching Out to Cancer
Kids camp in Orlando, is
an active participant of the
Guardian Ad Litem pro-
gram in Bay County and
volunteers as a mentor at
an elementary school.
The arts and craft show
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in 51 categories. All types
of crafts including baskets,
stained glass, photography,
painting, pottery, heirloom
clothing, decoupage, quilt-
ed wall hangings and more
were displayed.
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and crafts meeting is al-


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ways eagerly anticipated
as it gives an opportunity
to view and admire the tal-
ents of many members."
Blue ribbon winners
from Chipley were Elaine
Engrain. for a quilted
wall hanging and Elaine
Chadwell for decoupage
metal hardware. Winners
of this show are eligible
to compete in the arts and
crafts show at the FFWC
Convention to. be held
this spring. Judy Corbus,
Gearldine Burch, and
Kathy Foster judged the
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Section B fir A

l, CLASSIFIED 8-9B 1 i,
OBITUARIES 5B
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Ausley-Rowell engagement
Mr and Mrs. Jerry Ausley of Bonifay announce the
engagement of their daughter, Elizabeth Paige, of Pana-
ma City to Ansley Morris Rowell, also of Panama City.
He is the son of Ann Rowell of Bainbridge, Ga., and the
late Ashley Rowell of Waycross, Ga.
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Bernice Brock
Harless of Panama City, and the late Leavy J. Brock, and
the late Mr. and Mrs. Clarence J. Ausley of Geneva, Ala.
Elizabeth is a graduate of Chipola Jr. College and
Florida State University where she earned a masters de-
gree. She is employed as rehabilitation supervisor with
the Division of Blind Services in Panama City.
The future bridegroom is a grandson of the late Mr.
and Mrs. John Griffin, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Clint
Rowell, all of Waycross. Ansley graduated from Semi-
nole County High School in Donalsonille, Ga., and is
self-employed as a drywall contractor.
The wedding is planned for Saturday, March 11, at
Forest Park United Methodist Church in Panama City.
All family and friends are cordially invited to be present.


Job fair March 14
The Washington-Holmes Job Fair sponsored by the
Chipola Regional Workforce Board will be held March
14 at the Holmes County Agriculture Center on H\\ 90
in Bonifay from 4-7 p.m.
There are limited spaces available for business booths
so please respond as soon as possible.
There is no cost to participate for the business com
munity in the area.
If there are any questions or to reserve a booth please
call 850-718-0456.

AWF wrestling in Chipley March 11
The American Wrestling Federation returns to the T.J
Roulhac Enrichment and Activity Center in Chipley Sat
urday. larch 11 at 8 p.m. Proceeds benefit the Roulhac
Center.
For information, call 850-638-7183: check out the
AWF Chipley message board at \\ w\v.gulfcoastwrestlin
g.com, or the fan site at w\w\.yahoo.com.


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Dickerson-Searcy engagement
Thomas and Brenda Dickerson of Chipley, announce
the engagement of their daughter, Billie Jean, to Joey Al-
len Searcy. He is the son of Earl and Evelyn Searcy of
Graceville.
Billie is a 2005 graduate of Chipley High School and
is currently employed as a sales clerk at a local retailer.
She is the granddaughter of Hughey and Francis Cutch-
ens botCottohdale, ind the late Huston and Eva Jackson
of Chipley.
SThe prospective groom is the grandson of William
Milton and Julia Searcy of Graceville, and Gene M. and
Dolly Darly,of Lake City. Joey is a 2005 graduate of
Chipley High School. He is employed as a safety diver
with Survival Systems.
The wedding will take place at 2 p.m., March 4, at the
Poplar Springs Baptist Church in Graceville.

Anti-drug coalition meeting
Fresh Start Coalition will hold its quarterly meeting at
7 p.m., Thursday, March 9, in Room three at T. J. Roul-
hac Enrichment and Activity Center (old Roulhac Middle
School). All pastors, civic leaders, and members of the
community are encouraged to attend. For more informa-
tion, call 638-7884.


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2B, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, March 1, 2006


Syfrett-Ryan wedding
Laura JeanneLee Syfrett and Patrick John Ryan were
united in marriage on Saturday, Oct. 1, at First Methodist
Church in Panama City. The Rev. David Warren, offici-
ated.
Parents of the couple are Paul and Mary Syfrett of
Chipley, Marion Hough of White City, and the late
Thomas Ryan.
The bride's grandparents are Jeanne Betts of Chipley,
and the late Thomas Abram, and Eula Mae Syfrett of
Greenhead.
Don and, Margaret Steinman, and the late John and Ad-
die Ryan are the groom's grandparents.
The bride wore a sparkling Cinderella gown with a
floor-length veil. She was escorted down the aisle by her
father, her parents gave a blessing on the marriage.
Vocalists, Karl and Cindy Silva sang "Surely the Pres-
ence of the Lord," and "Sweet Sweet Spirit." Paul Hunt
sang "The Lord's Prayer." Scripture readings were given
by Phil Younavjak, and inspirational readings were given
by Steve Register and Jerry Tice.
Cori Syfrett, sister-in-law of the bride,' served as ma-
tron of honor. Bridesmaids were Sami Finch Strickland,
Lorraine Younavjak, Linda Blythe. Lee Ann Harris, and
Missy Westerly. Christine Ryan was flower girl and
Christopher Ryan was ring bearer.
David Syfrett, brother of the bride, was the best man.
Glen Hough, Ransom Hough, Gregg Harris, Chris Alex-
ander, and Jason Naus served as groomsmen. Jerry Sy-
frett and Darby Gay served as ushers, Fred Bernhard and
Sonia Steffen served as greeters, and Susan Bernhard
attended the guest book. Pink, purple, and silver was the
colo'i theme throughout.-
.J reception aq ijn the banquet hall of the JBllck
Angug Restaurfflt. The couple resides in Panama City.
Laura is employed at Bay Medial Center as an employee
relations specialist, and Patrick is a hospitality accounts
specialist with Gulf Power.

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their daughter, Carla Ann, to William "Dink" Barber, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Barber of Cottondale.
The bride-elect is a 2000 graduate of Chipley High
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She is pursuing a doctorate of pharmacy at the University
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Carla is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs.
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College. He graduated from the University of Florida in
2005 with a bachelor's degree in civil engineering and is
employed with the Florida Department of Transportation
in Lake City.
William is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Roy
D. Barber of Cottondale, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hill of
Marianna, and Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Simmons of Cot-
tondale.
The wedding ceremony will take place at 2:30 p.m.,
April 22, at the First Baptist Church of Chipley, A recep-
tion will follow in the fellowship hall. No local invita-
tions will be sent. All family and friends are invited to
attend.


Cheylee
Cameron Bowers
Chey and Amy Bow-
ers of Westville announce
the birth of their daughter,
Cheylee Cameron Bowers,
She was born Jan. 6 at 8:
50 p.m., weighing eight
pounds, seven ounces, and
was 20 1/2 inches long.
She is the granddaugh-
,ter of.Johnhy.,arud Sandra
Bowers, Charles and Ella
Baine, and Brenda Jack-
son, all of Westville.


Anderson-Cullifer wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Anderson of Chipley and Mr.
and Mrs. Mike Cullifer of Westville are proud to an-
nounce the marriage of their children, Nikki Nicole An-
derson and Justin Wayne Cullifer.
The couple exchanged vows on February 14 at an out-
door ceremony in Chipley with family and friends.
The bride is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. John C.
Anderson of Graceville, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles
"Sam" Braswell of Chipley. The groom is the grandson of
Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Carroll of Bonifay, Pauline Cullifer
and the late Russ Cullifer of Westville.
SThe ne\\ lyveds are making their home in Chiple}.

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Jackson, Calhoun, Holmes and Washington counties.
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King and Queen
Residents of Dogwood Inn in Bonifay celebrated
Valentine's Day with a new king and queen for 2006.
Recie Wicker was selected as queen and Thomas
Burnham is the new king.


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Shawn and Marsha Revell are proud to announce the
birth of their daughter Sydney Addison Revell.
Sydney was born at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital on
January 4, 2006 at 12:59 pm and weighed 7 lbs 9 oz.
Her maternal grandparents are Elmer and Jean Bevens,
and her maternal great grandparents are the late Robert
and Lorene Harris and the late Jewell Padgett, all of
Bonifay, Florida.
Sydney's paternal grandparents are Harrell Wood and
Edna Re\ ell and the late Millie Revell, and her paternal
great grandparents are the late Oren and Dolly Revell
and the late Marcus and Mattie Owens, all of Bristol,
Florida.

WHTC graduation
Washington-Holmes Technical Center (WHTC)
graduation will be held at 7 p.m., Tuesday, May 9, in the
Washington County Agriculture Center.
Caps, go\% ns. and tassels will be worn by the graduates
and can be purchased for $31, additional tassels are $6.
Deadline for ordering cap and gown isMarch 27.
Anyone who completed a program or received a GED
through WH TC between May 11, 2005, and the present
time and would like to participate, should contact Robbie
Bazzell at (850) 638-1180, ext. 343 for more informa-
tion.


Dean's List at FBC
The Rev. John H. Taylor has been named to the dean's
list at The Baptist College of Florida in Graceville for the
2005 fall semester. The dean's list is published to honor
those students who maintain a 3.25 to 3.99 grade point
average on a 4.0 scale.
Taylor is the son of Charlene Hatton of Marianna. He
is a senior and is pursuing a bachelor of arts degree in
leadership, and is active in ministry and evangelism. He
graduated from Clewiston Community High School and
is a pastor of Mt. Olive Baptist Church in Bonifay.


Military News:
Two graduate
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He is the son of David
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The airman is a 2005
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Kaylee's birthday is Feb. 7. She is the daughter of Lee
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Brittany's birthday is Feb. 22. She is the daughter of
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Griffin-Porantley engagement
Mr. and Mrs. John Griffin of Malone are pleased to
announce the engagement of their daughter, Miranda D.
Griffin, to Kenneth D. Porantley.
The prospective groom is the son of Bishop and Mrs.
Savannah Frederick of Graceville and the late Willie P.
Porantley.
The wedding will take place Aug. 12.


Harrell-Kitchin engagement
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Ronnie Harrell of Dothan, Ala.,
announce the engagement of their daughter, Elizabeth
Anne, of Charleston, S.C., to Alvin Paul Kitchin IV, also
of Charleston, S.C. He is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Alvin
Paul Kitchin Jr. of Monroe, N.C.
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J.T. Harrell of Chipley, H.C. McClure, and the late Mrs.
McClure, and the late Dr. Thomas Earl Nettles of Mon-
roeville, Ala.
Elizabeth is a graduate of Hollins University where
she received a bachelor of arts in political science. She
is employed with Patrick Properties as director of human
resources.
The future bridegroom is the grandson of Mrs. Wil-
liam Andrew Hunt, and the late Captain Hunt of Charles-
ton, S.C.; and the late Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Paul Kitchin of
Wadesboro, N.C.
He graduated from Hampden-Sydney College with
a bachelor of arts in managerial economics, and is em-
ployed with Bank of America as assistant vice president
of premier banking.
The wedding will take place 4:30 p.m. April 29 at Sun-
rise Presbyterian Church in Sullivans Island, S.C.
A reception will follow at William Aiken House in
Charleston.


Belyea-Mitchell engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Belyea of Jacksonville are proud
to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage
of their daughter, Jenni, to Kenny Ray Mitchell, son of
Mr. and Mrs. David Mitchell of Vernon.
The bride-elect is a 1999.graduate of Bishop Kenny
High School and a 2003 graduate of Florida State Uni-
versity where she earned a bachelor's degree in early
childhood education. She is currently employed by Ver-
non Elementary.
Jenni is the granddaughter ofDonville Belyea, and the
late Dianna Belyea, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Emil Ra-
haim, all of Jacksonville.
The prospective groom is a 1996 graduate of Chipley
High School and graduated from Chipola Junior Col-
lege in 1998, and from Florida State University in 2003.
where he earned a bachelor's degree in business manage.
ment.
Kenny is the grandson of Archie Cook, and the late
Louise Cook, of Vernon, and the late David and Irene
Mitchell of Wausau.
The wedding will take place on March 18 in Tallahas-


Riley-Taylor Engagement
Zen and Martha Riley of Bonifay announce the en-
.gagtment afiff upcoming marriage of their daughter.
Jelnn Danielld to David Yanc) Taylor;,'bt of Teri Joe
and Judy A. Taylor, also of Bonifay.
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mattie Reeves
and the late Will Tom Reeves of Bonifay and the late
Arch and Pearlie Mae Riley, also of Bonifay.
Jenna is a 2002 graduate of Holmes County High
School and received her associate of arts degree from
Chipola College in 2005. She is pursuing her bachelor
of arts degree in special/elementary education from the
University of West Florida and is employed by the Hol-
mes County School Board.
The prospective groom is grandson of the Lottie Ad-
ams and the late Fred Adams Jr. of Graceville and the late
Refus and Susan Register, also of Graceville.
Yancy is a 2001 graduate of Graceville High School
and received his associate of arts degree from Chipola
College in 2004. He is pursuing his bachelor of arts
degree in criminal justice from the University of West
Florida and plans to graduate at the end of the spring
semester this year.
A spring ceremony is planned March 11,4 p.m., by the
lake at the home of the groom's parents, followed by an
outdoor reception. His parents' home is located on Semi-
nole Lane near the Tri-County Airport (off Hwy. 162).

Senior Legal Helpline
\ Department of Elder Affairs (DOEA) Secretary Carole
Green recently announced the kick-off of the statewide
Senior Legal Helpline. The Senior Legal Helpline (1-
888-895-7873) will enhance existing legal services pro-
grams provided through the federal Older Americans Act.
Currently, civil legal assistance for the elderly available
through these programs varies throughout the state. The
Senior Legal Helpline will help identify and fill gaps in
legal services for seniors and provide high quality ser-
vices by referring callers to appropriate legal resources.
For more information about the Department of Elder
Affairs, visit on the Web at http://elderaffairs.state.fl.us.


Birding trip to
Florida Caverns
on March 4
A Florida Caverns State
Park birding field trip with
Steve Shinmmel will be
held M arch 4. ,:3(_Qu.m.
Those who would like to
attend should meet in the
visitor center parking lot.
The trip will be an oppor-
tunity to learn more about
the birds that frequent the
park and the biological sig-
nificance of the area.
For more information,
call Mark Hebb at (850)
526-2484 or any park per-
sonnel at (850) 482-1228.

"Shout" at
Holmes County
Fairgrounds
"Shout" will be held
March 1, 2, and 3, at 6
p.m., at the Holmes Coun-
ty Fairgrounds. The group
"Decrease" will perform
every night.
Guest speakers will
include Clint Purvis, col-
lege minister to students
at FBC in Tallahassee
and FSU Football Chap-
lain, Mickey Andrews,
defensive coordinator for
Florida State University,
and Rodd Jones, principal
of Bonifay Elementary and
HCHS offensive/defensive
line coach.
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will be on sale at the event.


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Motley celebrates : ,
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Vivian Motley cel-
ebrated her 90th birthday Ja ,
Jan. 25.
Her granddaughters
honored her by preparing a B
special dinner at her home.
Later in the evening, they
celebrated with cake.
The birthday girl, af-
fectionately known as ,'.
Grandma Vivian, has spent -
her entire life in the Open -
Pond community. She at-
tributes her longevity to
putting God first in her life
and always treating people Grandma Vivian, see-
the way she'd like to be ond from left, celebr
treated. (above0ates her 90th
Vivian's son, Ellis Cul- birthday with four gener-
lifer, his daughter and her nations of her family. They
two children made up for are her son, Ellis Cullifer,
four generations of the on the left, his daughter,
family at the party. Angie Lewis, and Angle's
In addition to them, children, Bekki and Trey
Vivian had her daughter, McDuffie.
Elaine Holmes, Elaine's
daughters, Sheila Clark ter, Dorothy Gibson, also
and Lisa Denning, and was present. She also is
Sheila's daughter, Melissa, blessed with many cousins
with her. Her other daugh- and special friends.

Adult craft workshops
The Washington County Public Library will be spon-
soring a series of craft workshops for adults. The charge'
for the classes will depend on the cost of the supplies
needed. Registration is required and the fee will be due
upon registration. To register for the classes, go by 1444
Jackson Ave. (Highway 90) and ask for Linda or Sandy.
The first class will be a plate decorating class, which
will be held on March 7 and 8, from 6 to 8 p.m. The sec-
ond night should only take about 10 or 15 minutes. The
instructor will be Catherine Nelson.
This is a great craft for a novice crafter. The class proj-
ect will be a spring theme salad plate. You will leave with
a complete project after the second night and be able to
do more projects on your own. Catherine has taught this
class before and the plates were beautiful. Deadline is
March Ito sign up; Cost for the class will be $5.00 and
the class will be limited to 10.
Other classes to be offered will be a knitting class
on March 21 and 23, a weaving class on March 28 and
30, a crocheting class on April 4 and 6, and a pine straw
Basket class on April 25 and 27. Dues for the classes and
registration deadlines for these classes will be announced
later.


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Moore-Cannon engagement
Jamie Ellen Moore and William Taylor Cannon, both
of Middleburg, announce their up coming wedding.
The couple will exchange vows at 5 p.m., May 6, at the
Blanche Hotel in Lake City.
Jamie is the daughter of Deborah Wadzinski 'Moore
of Lake City, and James Edward Moore of Conway, S.C.
Her grandparents are Evelyn Moore, and the late William
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Wadzinski of Socastee, S.C. Her great-grandparents are
Ona Mae Eaton and the late Aubrey Eaton of Moultrie,
Ga.
The prospective groom is the grandson of Vickie Brax-
ton of Chipley, and Larry Cannon of Old Town. He is the
grandson of the late Fred and Edith Kirkland and the late
George and Pauline Brown.


Schools
workshop
scheduled
The Washington County
School Board will be hold-
ing a special workshop on
March 13 at 3:00 p.m. The
purpose of the workshop
is to discuss Strategic
Planning for the School
District. The workshop is
open to the public.

Angel Food
orders March 10
It's time once again for
Angel Food orders! The
deadline for March is Fri-
day, March 10. Orders may
be placed at My Father's
Community Ministries lo-
cated at 5374 Cliff Street
in Graceville (850-263-
9555). Each unit of food
is only $25.00 and specials
can be purchased (as many
as you like) with one unit.
Pickup will be Saturday,
March 25 9:30 am at the
First Baptist Church of
Graceville's all-purpose
building. You must bring a
large container to pick up
your food (ex: cardboard
box, plastic bin, or heavy
duty laundry basket).
Food Stamps (EBT) are
gladly accepted. Angel
Food Ministry is a food
ministry with a Servant's
Heart.
March menu includes: 1
(5 Ib) chicken leg quarters;
4 (6 oz) pork chops; 1 (31b)
chicken tenders; 8 (4oz)
breaded cubed beef patties;
1 (15oz) meatball sub sand-
wiches; 1 (2 lb) boneless,
skinless chicken breast; 1
(16oz) Pillsbury garlic din-
ner rolls; 1 (16 oz) roasted
corn and vegetables; 1 (2
lb) french-fries; 1 (15 oz)
tomato sauce; 1 (16 oz)
vegetable blend; 1 (7.5
oz) macaroni and cheese;
1 (7.5) oz pancake mix; 1
(25oz) breakfast cereal; 1
(32 oz) shelf stable milk; 1
dozen eggs, 1 dessert item.


March special No. I' is
1 (51b) thick cut New York
Strip Steaks (8-10oz) for
$18.00; and special #2 is 1
(101b) popcorn chicken for
$15.00. Deadline is Friday,
March 10. Angel Food has
the right to substitute any
of the above items due to
availability, cost and qual-
ity.

Independence
for the Blind
Independence for the
Blind of West Florida
seeks volunteers with a
background in computers
to help with tutoring blind
students in our computer
lab. We need someone
who is either retired and
or a part time teacher who
would give their time to
help with our Vocational
Rehabilitation students.
The Vocational Reha-
bilitation Program offers
instruction in basic key-
boarding, resume and cov-
er letter writing, interview-
ing techniques, job search
methods for the purpose of
obtaining a job.
Independence for the
Blind of West Florida (IB
West) offers a wide range
of support services. Our
programs are designed to
meet the emotional and
practical needs of indi-
viduals who live with vi-
sion loss. Although tutorial
sessions and classes are


held at our center,-counsel-
ors often travel to clients'
homes and places of work
for individualized instruc-
tion and evaluation. Phone
is (850) 477-2663. website
is www.ibwest.org

Blue Grass
Spring Fling
The third annual Blue
Grass Spring Fling in Bris-
tol, will be held on Sat-
urday, April 8, at Liberty
County's Veterans Memo-
rial Civic Center.
Gates will open at 9:30
a.m. EST. Music starts at
10:30 a.m. inside the civic
center. Featured bands
include; River Town Girls
from Blountstown; Cross-
cut from Panama City;
Blue Shades of Grass, and
Silver & Gold from Tal-
lahassee.
There will be craft ven-
dors, fun for the kids,,food,
exhibits, and a train ride
through the back of the
park.
Admission will be $5
per person. This event is
sponsored by the Liberty
County Arts Council. For
information call (850),643-
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James M. Wachob, 90
James Matthew (Red)
Wachob of Chipley died
Feb. 20 at Washington
County Convalescent Cen-
ter. He was born in Alford
Jan. 7, 1916, to Zach and
Eva (Rawls) Wachob.
Wachob was a lifelong
resident of Chipley. He
was a member of the
Chipley Church of Christ.
A son, James Arlon
Wachol, preceded him in
death. |
Surviors include his
wife; Beavy Wachob of
Chipley; one son, Aaron
Wachob and wife, Emma,
of Brewton, Ala.; a daugh-
ter, Ellen W. Kott and hus-
band, Rodger, of Eufaula,
Ala.; sister, Helen Thomp-
son of St. Louis, Mo., four
grandchildren and 10 great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services were
held Feb. 22 in the funeral
home chapel with Minister
Wes Webb officiating.-
Burial followed: in
Glenwood Cemetery with.
Brown Funeral Home of
Chipley directing.
Morgan Sullivan, 59
Morgan Douglas Doug
(Joe) Sullivan died Feb. 21
at his home. He was born
in Chipley Oct. 15, 1946,
to Morgan Alexander and
Eloise Harper Sullivan,
Sullivan was a lifelong
resident of Chipley and a
member of Blue Lake Bap-
tist Church.
Survivors include his
wife, Judy Sullivan of
Chipley; two daughters,
Dawn Sullivan Frenette
and husband, Mack, of Bay
Minette, Ala., and Melony
Sullivan Lambert and
husband, Drexel, of Jesup,
Ga.; a stepson, Scott Ow-
ens and. wife. Shawna, of
Vernon, pne stepdaughter9
Sherry Evans and husband,
Johnny, of Vernon; two
brothers, Jerry Sullivan of
Newton, Ala., and Tommy
Sullivan of Chipley; one
sister, Faye Hutchins of
Vernon, and eight grand-
children.
Services were held Feb.
23 in the funeral home's
Brickyard Road chapel
with the Revs. Clyde
Smith, Tim Hall, Dennis
Boyett, and Marylyn Phil-
lips officiating.
Burial was in Piney
Grove Cemetery,, in Jack-
son County with Brown.
Funeral Home of Chipley
directing.
Gregory Holman, 47
Gregory L. "Greg" Hol--
man of Alford died Feb.
20 at his home following
a sudden illness. He was
born April 21, 1958, in
Graceville.
Holman was a 1976
graduate of Sneads High
School. He was of the Pen-
tecostal faith.
He was preceded in
death by a brother, Ronnie
Holman
Survivors include his
wife, Belinda Holman of
Alford; a son, Zachary P.
Griffin of Marianna; par-
ents, Edward and Effie
Holman; a brother and sis-
ter-in-law, Eddy and Mary
Holman; a sister, Reba,
Conner; mother-in-law, El-
nora Carter, all of Chipley;
several nieces and neph-
ews and a great-niece.
Funeral services were
held Feb. 24 in the funeral
home chapel with Sister
Frances Dudley officiat-
ing.
Burial followed in Mar-


vin Chapel Cemetery with
James & Lipford Funeral
Home of Graceville direct-
ing, '.
Nelma Watford, 67
Nelma Watford, affec-
tionately known as "Ma,
Nell," died Feb. 21 at her
omle In Oraceville ifol
ownlti an extended illness.


She was born in Hartford, and Dale Lindsey, Jerry
Ala., Oct. 17, 1938, to the and Leona Lindsey, Greg
late Louie D. and Thelma and Renee Summerlin, all
Birge Henderson. of Westville; one daughter
She was a homemaker and son-in-law, Rita and
and a member of Pleasant Ronnie Hughes of Colum-
Grove Baptist Church. bus, Ga.; three brothers
Watford was preceded and sisters-in-law, Lomax
in death by her husband, and Texie Mae Thomas,
James Milton Watford; a Leonard and Bammer
son, Charles Wendell Wat- Thomas, Lamar and Nancy
ford; sister, Myrle Faulk, Thomas, all of Westville;.
and a grandson, Dylan five sisters and two broth-
Collins. ers-in-law, Robbie Scott of
Survivors include four Pensacola, Ruby Morris,
sons, James "Luke". Wat- Mikki Perkins, Patricia and
ford and wife, Janice, Steve Joe Galloway, all of West-
Watford and wife,: Judy, ville, Peggy and Charles
Bill Watford and wife, Lisa, Blakeney of Geneva, Ala.
and Wendell Watford, all two sisters-in-law, Omega
of Graceville; three daugh- Waites, Marie and T.W.
ters, Brenda Scott and Richard, all of Atlanta,.Ga.,
husband, Ray, of Eufaula, eight grandchildren, 14
Ala., Betty Dienes and hus- great-grandchildren, sev-
band, Bruce, of DeFuniak eral aunts, uncles, nieces,
Springs, Teresa Chambers nephews, cousins and
and husband, Harold, of friends. \
Graceville; five brothers, Funeral services were
Rex Henderson, Ken- held Feb. 25 at New Hope
neth Henderson and wife, Baptist Church with the
Maedale, all of Graceville, Rev. Tim Burdin officiat-
Jessie Henderson and wife, ing.
Norma ofFadette, Ala., 17 Burial followed in the
grandchildren, 22 great- church cemetery with
grandchildren and a host of Sorrells Funeral Home of
nieces and nephews. Geneva directing.
Jack F. Keller, 86 Memorial contributions
Jack Farris Keller died may be made to New Hope1
Feb. 22 at his home. He Baptist Church Building
was born in Orlando Dec. Fund, 1954 Hwy. 2, West-
14, 1919, to Josiah Farris ville, FL 32464.
Keller and Guilda Aleesa Sarah Thomas, 79
Happerselt. Sarah Nell Whitehead
He had lived in Chipley Thomas of Pensacola died
for the past two years, Feb. 19. She was a former
moving there from Win- resident of Geneva, Ala..
ter. Haven. He was a fruit She was born in Holmes
buyer and had retired from County Sept. 3, 1926, to
Minute Maid Orange Juice the late Lester M. and
Company. A member of Newell McLaney White-.
the U.S. Air Force, he head.
served in World War II. In addition to her par-
He was of the Method- ents, she was preceded in
ist faith, and was a Mason death by her husband, John
with Mount Dora Masonic ,,D., Thomas, wlhp, died in
.Lodge Np.o: ~3~ d a Shrirqi997; and a brother, Qdell
ner. Whitehead.
Survivors include a Survivors include two
daughter, Leslie Cole daughters and sons-in-law,
of Chipley; a half-sister, Sharon and George Puel;,
Nikki Layne of Apopka, Belinda and Leslie Ard, all
two grandchildren and one of Pensacola; two sisters,
great-grandchild. Blondell Justice of West-
A memorial service was ville, Juanita Griffith and
held Feb. 25 in the funeral husband, Doug, of Fort
home chapel with the Rev. Walton .Beach; four- sis-
David Darrow officiating. .ters-in-law and a brother-
Memorialization was by in-law, Martha Thomas,
cremation with Brown Fu- Louise and Camley Hayes,
neral Home of Chipley in all of Geneva. and Joyce
charge of arrangements. Whitehead of Westville
Mary Summerlin, 74 and Margaret Owens of
:Mary Evelyn Thomas Georgia; one brother-in-
Summerlin of the New law, Hubert Thomas and
Hope community in West- wife. Pat, of Graceville.
ville died Feb. 22. She two granddaughters, two
was born Jan. 3, 1932 in great-grandchildren.
Holmes County, to the late Funeral services were
Joseph H. and Nettie G. held Feb. 22 in the funeral
Yates Thomas. home chapel with the Rev.
She had been a mem- Wilmer Curry officiating.
ber of New Hope Baptist Burial followed in
Church for several years. Sunset Memorial Gardens
She taught adult and chil- Cemetery with Sorrells
dren's Sunday school for Funeral Home of Geneva
more than 40 years. She directing.
also enjoyed crocheting, Curtis Granger, 64
gardening, canning and Curtis Paul Granger of
preserving. Graceville died Feb. 22 at
Preceding her in death, Jackson Hospital follow-
in addition to her parents, ing an extended illness.
were her husband, Clar- He was born in Holmes
ence H. Summerlin; two County Feb. 7, 1942, to the
brothers, James and Joe late Curtis Albert and Car-
Earl Thomas, and two rie (Smith) Granger.
grandchildren, Lonny He was a lifelong resi-
Lindsay and Tracy Lindsey dent of the Graceville area
Garlo. where he devoted himself
Surviving are three sons to his work as a contractor.
and daughters-in-law, Joe Survivors include his


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wife, Barbara Granger;
son, Andy Granger and
wife, Felicia, of Chipley;
daughter, Ranae Dodson
and husband, Mike, of
Graceville; three brothers
and sisters-in-law, James
Granger, Gerald Granger
and wife, Jean, all of Lynn
Haven; Cecil and Bon-
nie Granger of Panama
City; two sisters, Virginia
Golden of Louisiana, and
Dorothy Yarnell of Homa-
sassa Springs; six grand-
children and many nieces
and nephews.
Funeral services were
held Feb. 25 in the funeral
home chapel with the Rev.
Johnny Strickland officiat-
ing.
Burial followed at Mar-
vin Chapel Cemetery with
Williams Funeral Home of
Graceville directing.
Samuel R. Carver, 61
Samuel Ray Carver of
Bonifay died Feb. 17 at his
home there.
Surviving are his wife,
Karen (Alexander) Carver,
two sons, Scotty Carver
and Jason Carver, and a
daughter, Kimberly Carver,
all of Bonifay; six brothers,
Jerry Carver of Woodstock,
Ga., Larry Gasaway, Lewis
Gasaway,, Ricky Gasaway,
and Timmy Gasaway, all
of Marietta, Ga.; three
sisters, Glenda Stubbs of
Canton, Ga., Sheila Gas-
away and Cathy Gasaway,
both of Marietta, and six
grandchildren.
Memorialization was
by cremation with Sims
Funeral Home of Bonifay
directing.
Rupert Padgett, 85
Rupert Padgett of
Bonifay died Feb. 20 at
Flowers Hospital in Do-
than, Ala. He had been, e;m-
ployediby 9lj, o ;S, Coufy, i
Health Department for 30
years as.a sanitarian.
.Padgett was a veteran,
having served with the U.S.
Army for 32 years. He was
a past president and past'
director of the Kiwanis
Club and past rodeo 'chair-
man.
He married the former
Anna Ruth Kimmel in
1944.
Survivors include his
wife, Anna Ruth Padgett of
Bonifay; two sons, Richard
Padgett of Panama City and
Ronald Padgett of Ocala;
two daughters. Carol Har-


rell of Bonifay and Sharon
Callaway of Malone; two
sisters, Noma Hawkins of
Jacksonville and Ola Ruth
Spann of Pace, and six
grandchildren.
Funeral services were
held Feb. 22 in the funeral
home chapel with the Revs.
Shelly Chandler and Dan
Padgett officiating..
Burial was in Bonifay
Cemetery with Sims Fu-
neral Home of Bonifay
directing.
Theatrice Parish, 94
Theatrice Ivey Parish,
formerly of Graceville,
died Feb. 24 at Wesley
Manor Retirement Home
in Dothan, Ala. She was
the widow of Emmett
Parish. Also preceding her
in death were a son, Joel
Parish, and a sister, Opal
McAliley.
Survivors include two
sons, Terry Parish and
wife, Frances of Rehobeth
and Wendel Parish of Or-
lando; one daughter, Pat-
tie Cutchen and husband,
Michael, of Newnan, Ga.;
five brothers and sisters-
in-law, Carl and Wanda
Ivey of Dothan, Clegg and
Nadine Ivey of Graceville,
Raymond and Nell Ivey,
Charles and Barbara Ivey,
all of Pensacola, Dick and
Patricia Ivey of Walton,
Ky.;


John Henry Gray,Jr.
John Henry Gray, Jr., 90, passed
away Wednesday, February 22, 2006
John was born on March 9, 1915 in
Bonifay, Florida. John served the
US Army for 31 years. A high
the Korean War, and other conflicts..
He was always known as TOP by hi
men. A most beloved soldier and war
hero. One of the many highlights o t
his Military career was serving Gen-
erals Patton and McArthur.
He married Veronika in 1955 in Ludwigsburg, Germany and retired from the
1967 with his wife, Veronika- his daughter Alice and his Mother- In-Law Ludwina
i .Iatzer. He worked for the Brevard County School Boardifor 10 years serving
,Southwest Junior High School which eventually became Palm Bay High Sthool.
Ie retired once these Junior High kids graduated from High' S o6l the 1st gtadl'
eating class of Palm Bay High School.
After his tenure with the school system, John workedfor Harris Corporation as a
Security Guard for 10 years. He finally retired at age 75 to chauffeur his grandson,
Nicholas, around for all his activities. John was well known for his service to the
community with his affiliation with the Masonic Order. He was an active member
of Melbourne Masonic Lodge #143 F&AM and helped found Palm Bay Lodge.
John was a charter.member oftheAzan Temple Shrine in Melbourne, FL. His heart
was for the children he always said that today's youth are tomorrow's leaders and
we must invest in them to invest in our future. He worked tirelessly raising money
to build the Shriners Crippled and Burned Children's Hospital in Tampa, FL. John's
focus on youth groups within the Masonic Order was always important to him.
He worked with the Jobs Daughters, DeMolay, and Rainbow Girls for over 30
years in various leadership roles. The rewards were the greatest when he saw a
young man or woman years later and they told him the positive impact he had on
their lives when they were younger. To John, it was worth it all when you made a
difference in the life of a child.
John is survived by his wife of 50 years, Veronika; his daughter, Alice Gills of
West Melbourne; his grandson, Nicholas Gills and wife, Michelle, of Wichita, KS;
a brother, Malcolm Giay, Panama City; and two sisters, Edna Williams, Panama
City and Mary Mayo of Bonifay.
A Masonic Ceremony was held at 11 a.m., Tuesday, February 28th, followed by
a memorial service, in the Brownlie Maxwell Funeral Home by Calvary Chapel.
Burial will be at Arlington National Cemetery at a later date. In lieu of flowers,
memorial donations may be made to the Azan Shrine Temple, 1591 W. Eau Gallie
Blvd., Melbourne FL 32935.


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Wednesday, March 1, 2006, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 7B


Lovie Sanders, 87
Lovie Beatrice Sanders
of Chipley died Feb. 24,
She was a lifelong resident
of Washington County.
She was a member of
Blue Lake Baptist Church,
and was retired from
Northwest Florida Com-
munity Hospital with more
than 20 years of service.
Sanders was preceded
in death by her husband,
Leamon Jackson Sand-
ers, and one son, Millard
Sanders.
Survivors include two
sons and daughters-in-law,
Roy and Bobbie Sanders,
Mack and Judy Sanders,
all of Chipley; two daugh-
ters and one son-in-law,
Betty Phillips of Chipley,
Linda and Robert Butts
of Mobile, Ala.; one sister
Opal Owens of Port St.
Joe., 14 grandchildren, 20
great-grandchildren and
eight great-great-grand-
children.
Graveside services were
held at the Piney Grove
Cemetery near Chipley
with the Rev. Tim Hall offi-
ciating and Brown Funeral
Home of Chipley charge of
arrangements.


Elwood Enfinger, 78
Elwood Enfinger of
Ponce de Leon died there
Feb. 23. He was born in
Ponce de Leon April 18,
1927, to James E. and
Leanna Enfinger.
He served with the U.S.
Army for 20 years and was
combat infantry with the
"First Team" "Gary Owen"
1st Cav. Division, 7th Cav.
Regiment when they made
their way to the Pusan Pe-
rimeter in Korea.
An avid sportsman, he'
was known within the
family as The Great White
Hunter.
He was preceded in
death by a granddaughter.
Survivors include three
sons, Dennis Enfinger of
San Antonio, Texas, Mi-
chael Enfinger and Charles
Enfinger of Ellijay, Ga.,
two sisters, Elaine Har-
rison of Ponce de Leon,
and Mary White of Muscle
Shoals, Ala.; brother, Carl-
ton Enfinger of Graceville;
daughter-in-law, Cathy
Swann-Enfinger; ex-
daughter-in-law, Alice
Enfinger of San Antonio;
6 grandchildren, one great-
grandchildren, and numer-


WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1
CLOSED: Vernon Library, Wausau Library.
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.-Holmes County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
10:30 a.m.-Chiple) Garden Club luncheon/meeting, held at The Cake Connection.
Call 6!38'.2 1 for i.nr.mnaiior
11 a.m.-\'adhington Council on Aging (located in Chipley) senior lunches, for
r er\.ilon c.';l 63'- .21" d.:,rnl ii'r, j:ccepred
12 noon-Bonira3 Kinanis Club meeting. he!d jl Blich's Restaurantin Bonifay.
7 p.m.-Depression and Bipolar Support Group-meets at First Baptist Church edu-
cational annex building in Bonifay, Call 547-4397.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at Ponce de Leon Methodist Church on
Main Street in Ponce de Leon.
THURSDAY, MARCH 2
8 a.m.-Holmes County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located in Chipley) senior lunches, for
reservations call 638-6217, donations accepted.
11:30 a.m.-Friends of the Washington County Library meeting, held at Chipley
Woman's Club building.
12 noon-Holme_ Counti AARP meering. held ji H-.olmes County on Aging Building
in Bc rm i 2
1 p.m.-b p.ni.-%ausau Library open
4 p.m.-ChipleC Citl Council .rkshlcp. held at Chipley City Hall.
5:30 p.m.-Holmes Counlt Historical Society meeting, held at Historical Society
building. Iljcated t -412 Kianias A. e rn Bonifay,
6 p.m.-TOPS meeting, held at Mt. Olive Baptist Church, located three miles north
of Bonifay on Hwy. 79.
7 p.m.-Ponce de Leon City Council meeting.,
8 p.m.-Narcoticr Anonymous meeting, held at Blessed Trinity Catholic Church in
Bonifay.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at New Hope Volunteer Fire Station,
located on Hwy. 2 in Holmes County.
FRIDAY, MARCH 3
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon Library open.
9:30 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
10 a.m.-5 p.m.-Wausau Librar open !'
10:30-11 a.m.-Wausau Library preschool storytime.
1-1 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located in Chipley) senior lunches, for
reservations call 638-6217, donations accepted.
7 p.m. Slocomb VFW dance until 10 p.m. Music by the Country Boys. Admission
$3; Children 12 and under free with parents. No smoking or alcohol. Door prizes and
50/50 giveaways. Refreshments available.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting, Presbyterian Church in Chipley.
SATURDAY, MARCH 4
CLOSED: Wausau Library.
8 a.m.-12 noon-Holmes County Library open.
9 a.m.-12 noon-Vernon Library open.
9 a.m.-12noon-Chipley Library open.
7-10 p.m. Geneva Senior Citizens Dance at Geneva Community Center, North Iris
St., every Saturday for those 21 and older, "old-fashioned" country music by Porter's
Wiregrass Express Band from Ponce de Leon. Admission is $3, 50-50 give-away,
refreshments, no smoking or alcohol.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at Bethlehem Masonic Lodge, located
on Hwy. 177 in Holmes County.
SUNDAY, MARCH 5
1 p.m. Abate of Florida, a Motorcyclist Rights Organization meets at 2229 Bonifay
Gritney Road. Call 548-5187.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held in the board room at Graceville Hospital
in Graceville.
4-6 p.m.-Conversational English classes for internationals, held at Shiloh Baptist
Church. Contact church office, 638-1014 or Karma Cook, 638-8418.
MONDAY, MARCH 6
CLOSED: Holmes County Library, Wausau Library, Vernon Library.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located in Chipley) senior lunches, for
reservations call 638-6217, donations accepted.
5:30 p.m.-Widows' Support Group meeting, held at Chuck Wagon Restaurant in
Chipley.
6:30-8:30 p.m.-Conversational English classes for internationals, held at Shiloh
Baptist Church. Contact church office, 638-1014 or Karma Cook, 638-8418.
6 p.m 7:30 p.m.-Salvation Army Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis Program
(SADVP) will be hosting a domestic violence support group each Monday. The
meeting will be held at the SADVP Rural Outreach office at 1461 S. Railroad Av-
enue, apartment one, in Chipley. Call Emma or Jess at 415-5999.
7 p.m.-Esther Masonic Lodge No. 144, Bonifay.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at Blessed Trinity Catholic Church,
located on Hwy. 177A, Bonifay.
TUESDAY, MARCH 7,
CLOSED: Holmes County Library.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon Library open.
9 a.m.-Holmes County School Board, District Office, Pennsylvania Ave. in
Bonifay.
9:30 a.m.-4 p.m.-Wausau Library open.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located in Chipley) senior lunches, for
reservations call 638-6217, donations accepted.
5:30 p.m.-Widows' Support Group meeting, held at Chuck Wagon Restaurant in
Chipley.
7 p.m.-Westville City Council meeting.
7 p.m.-Esto Town Council meeting.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at Blessed Trinity Catholic Church,
located on Hwy. 177A.







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ous cousins and friends.
Funeral services were
held Feb. 28 at Oak Grove
Baptist Church with the
Rev. Larry McGowan of-
ficiating.
Burial was in the church
cemetery with Sims Fu-
neral Home of Bonifay
directing.
Albert L. Ray, 75
Albert Louie Ray of
Kynesville died Feb. 25
in Dothan, Ala. He was
born in Oneonta, Ala., Jan.
2, 1931, and lived in the
Kynesville community for
more than 30 years.
Ray was a member of
the Damacus Free Will
Baptist Church. He was a
project supervisor with BE
& K Construction and En-
gineering of Birmingham,
Ala., where he retired with
30 years of service. He also
was a licensed charter boat
captain.
Ray was preceded in
death by his father, Lay-
mon L. Ray, and a daugh-
ter, Connie Young.
Survivors include his
wife, Hazel Knight Ray of
Cottondale; two sons and
daughters-in-law Greg
and Patty Tucker of Bir-
mingham, Timothy and Ja-
net McJunkin of Two Egg;
four daughters, Cheryl
Satterfield and Candy Ray,
both of Hendersonville,
N.C., Cathy Summerville
of Central, S.C., and Nan-
cy Hudson and husband,:
Wayne, of Jasper, Ala.;
mother, Pauline. Ray of
Oneonta, 18 grandchildren,
five great-grandchildren
and numerous relatives
and friends.
Services were held Feb.
28 at Damascus Free Will
Baptist Qhurch with the
Revs. Bill Wheeler, Walter
Baxley and Timothy Ray
McJunkin officiating.
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dens with James & Sikes 27 at Pine Hill Church in
Funeral Home, Maddox Bonifay. A memorial ser-
Chapel directing. vice and visitation will be
Marion Odle, 91 held 2-4 p.m. March 5 at
Marion Elizabeh Odle of Johnson's Funeral Home
Bonifay died Feb. 25 at her in San Angelo.
home there. Memorials may be sent
Survivors include two to the American Cancer
daughters, Shirley (Odle) Society, San Angelo of-
Cunningham of Bonifay, fice.
Linda Sambennedetto of Janet Russ Lang, 52
Niceville; a son, Raymond Janet. Russ Lang of
Kevin Odle of Kankakee, Brewton, Ala., died Feb.
Ill.; brother, Ted Hodge of 19 at a Pensacola Hospi-
Wellington, Ill., 10 grand- tal following an extended
children, 23 great-grand- illness. She was born in
children and four great- Covington, Ky., the daugh-
great-grandchildren. ter of James F. Russ Jr, and
Services will be held Minnie Wells Russ, She
11 a.m. March 1 at the grew up in Vernon and
First Baptist Church in graduated from Vernon
Hoopeston, Ill. High School in 1970. She
Burial will be in Flo- lived in Prattville, Ala., be-
ral Hill Cemetery in fore moving to Brewton in
Hoopeston with Sims 1985. After receiving a de-
Funeral Home of Bonifay gree from Troy University,
directing. she taught in the Brewton
Iva Smith, 50 public school.
Iva Pearl Smith of San She was a homemaker
Angelo, Texas, died there and member of the First
Feb. 21. She was born in Baptist Church of Brewton,
Bonifay Aug. 31, 1955, to where she had been music
H.L. Leamon Smith and director. She was active
Eula Lee (Herring) Smith. in the Civic League, the
She was employed with Lupus Foundation and her
the security division at Si- church.
tel prior to retirement, and Survivors include her
served as a volunteer for husband, John Lang of
the American Red Cross of Brewton; two sons and a
San Angelo. daughter-in-law, David
Survivors include her and Beth Lang, and Hunter
mother, Eula Lee Smith of Lang, all of Birmingham;
Bonifay; siblings and their two daughters, Patra Lang
spouses, Shirley and Jim of Birmingham and Amber
Hill of Aurora, Colo., Wen- Lang of Brewton; a broth-
dell and Marilyn Smith of er, Thomas Russ of Nicev-
Lake Placid, Roy and ille; three sisters, Melanie
Linda Smith of California, Brown of Florence, Ala.,
Ralph and Lorene Smith, Anita Flammia of Dunedin
Ray and Sandy Smith, and Nancy Schimmer of
Ronnie and Jane Smith, all Fort Walton Beach; and
of Bonifay, Linda Sue and one grandson.
Tom Johnston of Denver, Funeral services were
Colo., Jane Wurtenberg, held Feb. 21 at First Baptist
caregiver, of San Angelo, Church of Brewton with
Texas; numerous nieces the Revs. John Finklea and
and nephews, many friends Jack Fitts officiating. .
and relatives: ..... .!.. Burial followed at Unrnon
Services were held Feb. Cemetery with Williams
Memorial Chapel Funeral
Home directing,


Rebecca Garrette, 88
Rebecca Lee Garrette
died Feb. 27 at Northwest
Florida Community Hos.,
pital in Chipley. She was
born in Greenhead Jan. 4.
1918, to James A. Weeks
and Minnie J. Russ. She
was a homemaker and a
member of the Assembly
of God faith.
She was preceded in
death by her husband, Jo
seph L. Garrette.
Survivors include two
sons and a daughter-in-
law, Houston and Mary
Ann Garrett, and Joseph
L. Garrette, all of Chipley;
one daughter, Frances Gar
rette of Chipley; a sister.
Bertie Ealum of DeFuniak
Springs, four grandchil-
dren and four great-grand.
children.
The family will receive
friends from 6-8 p.m.
Wednesday night in the
Brown Funeral Home cha
pel. Services will be held 2
p.m. March 2 at the funeral
home with the Rev. Chuck
McCartney officiating.
Burial will be in Dykes
Cemetery with Brown
Funeral Home of Chipley
directing.
Jason A. Kirkland, 18
Jason Adam Kirkland
of Bonifay died Feb. 23 in
Ponce de Leon.
Survivors include his
mother and stepfather.
Sonja Kirkland and J.P
Duren, his father and step.
mother, Allen Wade and
Gena CarnleN. a brother..
Braden Carnley, and three
sisters, Danielle Kirkland.
Rayamber Carnley and
Brooklyn Carnley, all of
Bonifay.
Funeral services were
held Feb. 26 at First Bap-
tist Church in Bonifay with
the Revs. Jesse Reeder and
'Doug -Hemaits officiating.
SBiiriaL was in Bonifa
City Cemetery \with Peel
Funeral Home of Bonifay
directing.













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All residential real estate advertised herein is subject to the
Federal Fair Housing Act. The Fair Housing Act makes it illegal
to advertise "any preference, limitation, discrimination because
of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, or national
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NEW & USED COM-
PUTERS Windows 98;
2000 & XP. Parts & Ser-
vice. Local Nextel 260-
9153
CRAFTSMAN 42"
LAWN tractor with a
22hp Briggs and Stratton
motor, very good condi-
tion. Bought in 2004.
$800. 638-1151
UPRIGHT PIANO FOR
sale. Good condition.
Must seel $300. 535-
5535
1995 FLEETWOOD
20FT pop-up 'camper
with A/C, gas stove, elec-
tric, sleeps 6. 638-0983,
leave message.
1985 FOXFIRE TRAVEL
trailer, 33ft, new refrig-
erator, roof air, fully
equipped. Hunter's Spe-
cial, good fishing retreat.
Campsite Ready! $2900
OBO. (850)326-0480;
(850)326-2902
YAMAHA
4-WHEELER 2003
Yamaha Warrior 350, six
speed, very fast, must
see. $3000 obo. Call
547-7374
SOD FOR SALE on the
farm, delivered or in-
stalled. Centipede and
419 Bermuda. WEST
.FLORIDA TURF
(850)638-4860. 24
Years experience
SOD SOD SOD Quality
you can depend on! Irri-
gated, weed & pest con-
trolled. Centipede and St.
Augustine. Delivery and
installation available. 8
mi. SW of Chipley for
easy customer hauling!
.Call anytime! Billy & Leo-
I la Brock. (850)638-1202
or (850)326-1500
2004 POLARIS 4X4
Sportsman Twin 600, 2
sets of wheels & tires,
only 130 hours, front,
rear racks w/5x8 trailer.
638-7511, 260-5914
PALLETS FOR SALE
call 547-5737, price de-
pending on quantity.
SNARE DRUM LIKE
new, $125. (850)548-
4796
FOR SALE 7HP Rear
Tine Tiller, simplicity tiller
used one time, $500.
Disc that youpull behind
a 4-wheeler $300. (2)
25ft aluminum light poles
$150 for the pair. 535-
2585
CHILDREN'S "POT-
TERY BARN" Nursery*
Area Rug, 8x10 with
Moon/Star Border, blue/
yellow. Beautiful. $200
obo. 415-5653
COLOR COPIES $1.
COPIES 150 Washing-
ton County News, down-
town Chipley.-
EASY GO GOLF Cart,
2003 like new, excellent.
condition $2500. Also
1999 for $1950. 535-
4121




14'FIBERGLASS BOAT
and trailer 25hp Evinrude
electric start & trolling
motor. $1200. (850)548-
4796
NICE 14 FT fiberglass
boat, 25hp motor and
galvanized trailer.
$1250. (850)773-7004 or
819-4107
15' GLASTRON WALK
through windshield,
75hp, Johnson & trailer.
$1500. (850)548-4796


Liberty National
Life Insurance Co.
is expanding its operation
and is looking for
upwardly mobile people
to fill insurance sales &
service positions. Average
annual earnings $48,554.
Fringe benefit package:
2 retirement funds, health
insurance, paid vacation,
convention trips & many
others. No experience
necessary. We have on-
the-job training.
Requirements: honesty,
hard worker and
dependable transportation.
Call: Tommy Lee
at 482-8821
Liberty National I/
Ufe Insurance Company T
EOE


FOR SALE
(2) one year old Boston
Bull Terriers. 1 male, 1
female. $400 pair. 535-
2585




AZALEAS ONLY $1.671
Other shrubs $1.87.
Trees and more. Whole-
sale to the public. Li-
censed grower,
lic#47222563, Tuesday-
Saturday. All Ways
Growin' Nursery 850-
547-2938
MAPHIS TREE FARM &
Nursery. We have a good
selection of Citrus & Fruit
Trees available. We also
carry Flowering Shrubs,
Crepe Myrtles, Native
Azaleas, Wigelia, For-
sythia, etc... We also
have Oak, Japanese
Magnolia, Southern
Magnolia, Leland Cy-
press, etc... Open Tues-
Sat, 9am-5pm. 638-
8243. 814 Rattlebox
Road off Orange Hill
Highway, Chipley.



BED NEW KING 3 piece
pillow top mattress set
with warranty, still in plas-
tic, can deliver $295.
850-545-7112
CHERRY SLEIGH BED
never used, still in box.
Retail $600, sacrifice.
$275. 850-222-7783
BEDS BEDS & MORE
out of Model Homes still
in the box, FREE deliv-
ery. For appt. to see call
850-326-1999 $ VE A
LOT $$$$$$$
NIGHT stands, mirrors,
lamps, chairs for sale.
$5/each. Visit Tivoli Inn,
Bonifay.
MATTRESS NEW FULL
set still in plastic with
warranty, $120 850-222-
9879
LEATHER SOFA AND
loveseat still wrapped;
retail $1900, sell brand
new with warranty $795.
850-425-8374
6 PIECE BEDROOM
set. New in' boxes, must
sell $550. Can deliver
850-222-2113
DINING ROOM SET for-
mal table, chairs, hutch/
buffet. All new in boxes,
sacrifice $850. 850-545-
7112
BED A QUEEN double
pillow top mattress set.
New in plastic with war-
ranty. Sacrifice $149, can
deliver. 850-222-7783
FURNITURE & SERTA
MATTRESSES Low,
low, low overhead guar-
antees low, low, low pric-
es.
P&S Discount Furniture,
Chipley. (Since 1973)
850-638-4311
BEDROOM SET NEW
sleigh bed, dresser, mir-
ror, chest, 2 nightstands.
All Wood, retail $5200,
sacrifice $1650. 850-
222-9879
COUCH AND
LOVESEAT brand new,
never used. $500. 850-
222-2113



1979 CORVETTE
Eveything brand newly
Must see to appreciate.
415-6820 $8000 or trade
for pick-up of equal
value.
1999 MERCURY
SABLE 35,000 miles,
like new, must sell, excel-
lent condition. Pay off
only. 415-6683; 638-
0083


2000 FORD TAURUS
2000FODTAUU 96 FORD DULLY F350
Sel 4 door, loaded 12- 96 FORD DULLY F350
disc CD changer, cloth gooseneck, brake sys-
seats, tilt, cruise, topcon- tem, trim package,
edition, 57,000 miles50p bedliner, excellent condi-
ditio, 57,0 i850- tion$12,500. 535-2276
638-7511 or 850-326-
0210 1998 Z71 ext cab, 3-
door. $9500. 263-3105
2001 OLDSMOBILE evenings.
AURORA excellent con-
dition, reg main, white w/ 99 FORD EXPLORER
^nXL_ leather, power win-
grey leather interim. Xows, locks, CD &,cas-
$6995. Call 547-2937 dows, locks, CD & cas-
sette, running boards. V-
1999 CADILLAC SE- 6,$7000. Call596-3774
DAN Deville, pewter/bur- .1987 FORD F250 4x4
gundy leather. Fully load- 351 motor. Runs good,
ed. Lifetime tire balanc- great shape. $3800.
ing. Trailer hitch. 41,000 (850)415-6301
miles. Luxurious 1994 CO
$20,999. (850547-3342 1994 CONVERSION
$20,999. (850)547-3342 VAN V-6, cruise, power
or 763-6872 windows, 106 k miles,
2000 BRONZE CHEVY looks and runs good.
Malibu. 55,000 miles, 547-2180
AC, CD player, tinted 2003 DODGE RAM w/
power windows, new Hemi 2500.7000+miles,
stock speakers. Like loaded. $28,000. Must
new! $10,000. Call 849- sell. (334)699-2382
1143
1143FOR SALE 1999 Chevy
2001 FORD EXPLORER Suburban LT, 5.7 litre,
white, automatic, fully leather, CD, front/rear
loaded, 6 CD changer, AC, 153,000 miles. Ask-
running boards, custom- ing $8950. Call 850-956-
ized bra, $8000. 1260
(334)588-3141, cell FOR SALE 1996 Ex-
(850)418-0031 plorer XLT, V-8, 4 door,
1989 CADILLAC leather, loaded, custom
BROGHAM heat & air rims, Alpine stereo sys-
$300. Needs minor re-tem, tinted windows
pair. 547-4159 $11,000. 547-2502
2002 FORD RANGER
91 5.0 Mustang LX, king Cab, step side, 6cd
hatchback, under 130k, changer,powerwindows
runs great. $3000. and doors, like new.
(850)415-6444 $12,000 (pay off) 850-
1998 PONTIAC TRANS- 373-7755
PORT mini-van, 6-cyl, CHEVY SUBURBAN 3/
seats seven, excellent 4 ton, Heavy Duty 4x4,
shape inside & out, cold new A/C, tow package.
air, loaded $5995. 547- 350 motor, AT, PS, PB,
9233 new paint, parts & bat-
92 CHEVY CAPRICE tery, 850-547-0448
ClassicSW. Fullyloaded,. 2000 HONDA ODYS-
seats 9. $2800 OBO. Ask SEY EX Mini-Van, V6,
for Karl. 547-4465
for Karl. 547-4465 89,000 miles, good con-
87 CHRYSLER New edition, gray cloth interior,
Yorker, while, cruise. lill while exterior. $13.000
steering, AC. ,power;"'OBO *.547-0899
1rcks, windows, automat- .
S i1995 FORD F-150 XLT,
ic. AM/FM radio. 624-
AM/FM7radio 624 extended cab, V8, auto,
power window, locks,.
87 MERCEDES 420SEL toolbox, cab steps, rails,
new trans-Alt, recent rims, AM/FM cassette,
valve job. $6995. neg. $7000 638-9630
527-1722, leave mes- 99 FORD EXPEDITION
sage. 100,000 miles, excellent
1987 LINCOLN condition. $12,000.
TOWNCAR 109,000 (850)579-2977
miles, runs good, new 18 F D F
exhaust, 302 engine, ,1998 FORD F150 good
good tires, for more infor- condition, call for further
nation call 638-1311. information. (850)535-
$750 4945

FOR SALE 1997 Silver 1985 GMC HIGH Sierra
Camaro, T-Tops, 65K Pick-up, 4-WD, auto, air,
miles $10,500. 547- PS/PB, AM/FM radio.
3545 131,000 miles. $3500.
638-4251
92 ROADMASTER
BUICK Stationwagon, 1999 ISUZU AMIGO
clean & good shape. 22 Convertible, brand new
mpg.'$2800. 638-7822 clutch, transmission,
Starter, timing belts. Ask-
1995 FORD ESCORT ing $6500. 773-5720,
wagon 1 owner, 4,cylin- leave message
der, Good condition
$2,200. OBO 638-2749 2000 DODGE 2500 Ram
Wagon V-8, PW, PL, ste-
1998 BUICK REGAL reo, dual A/C, 23,000
GS, red, gray leather in- miles, very clean, must
terior,4.0L3800 Series II sell, make offer. 850-
Supercharged engine, 773-7737
83,000 miles, air, $7000.
(850)260-1149 2001 FORD RANGER
XLT V-6, fully loaded,
2003 INFINITI G35 2- auto-trans, 5 disc CD
door Coupe, fully loaded, pautorans, 5 disc CD
automatic & manual player, Bedliner. Only
leather, 6 disc, CD play- 53,000 miles. $8,900.
er, silver, sunroof, spor- 547-1688; 768-0135
ty, well taken care of. FOR SALE 1999
$24,000. Call (850)527- F-150, low miles
9592; (850)547-5070, $13,500. OBO. 100,000
ask for Tyler. mile warranty. 547-5960;
93 MAZDA MX6 $1000 547-2228
as is. 547-2401 1987 CHEVY ..0 Van
fully customized with
front & rear air. $3500
OBO. 548-4798; 548:
5763
86 CHEVY PICKUP 350 1975 DODGE TRUCK
motor, built, large cam, Rebuilt engine, needs
runs good, body has manifold $900. Call 535-
some rust, show its age 4205
$1500. OBO. 547-092942
1979 FORD EXPLORER 2002 FORD EXPLOR-
collector's truck, loaded, ER XLT, excellent condi-
one owner, garage kept, tion, fully loaded, keyless
mechanically sound, entry, leather, dark sage
$7000 value, asking green. 81,000 miles.
$3500. 638-1321; 638- $12,500. Call 526-
4541 3619(w); 638-8104(h)


PAROLE CANNON REALTY
2229 Jim Bush Rd Bonifav, FL
(8501547-4784* Cell (8501 951-5682
Carole-Cannon, Broker
Reduced 6.65 acres wooded, road frontage,
deer hunters paradise, new survey $59,900 4.5
acres $40,000 Sale Pending 3.43 acres with
spacious brick 3/2 home, new metal roof, paved
frontage, outbldgs, view of Lake Victor $169,900
End of the road setting, 60 acres with
woods, water & wildlife $240,000 Excellent
investment, 120 acre tree farm with 17 year
old planted pines, road frontage $510,000 *
Lakefront home site, cleared lot and a half,
ready for home $98,500 100 acres, creek
branch, deep pond, planted pines, road frontage
$420,000.
www.carolecannonrealty.com


I AUTOS I


BY OWNER BEAUTI-
FUL vintage cottage
home. 2BR/2BA, 10ft
ceilings, easy pace
neighborhood. 1598
South Bouelvard,
$89,000. 850-638-1336
FOR SALE 2BR/1.5BA
brick home on large lot
inside Chipley city limits,
fenced area, 40x60
metal bldg w/1/2 bath, 2
covered RV spaces, one
with complete hookups.
850-638-5058 or 850-
638-4629
BRICK, 3 BEDROOM, 2
bath, Hwy 77, 3 miles
South of Chipley, call
Milton for information
850-638-1858


I7~fAIvJ:f h


2 ACRES 3 B, 1.5 BA, BRICK $98500 40 ACRES WOODED HWY
FRONTAGE, VERNON AREA $200,000 GREAT 2 BR BRICK HOME,
IN TOWN, CORNER LOT $87,500 NICE 3 BR HOME LARGE LOT,
DOGWOOD LAKES $159,900 3 BR, 2 BA HOME INTOWN, OWNER
FINANCING $119,900 9+AC 3 BR 2 BA HOME, POND, PAVED ROAD
$150,000 19+ ACRES POND, OWNER FINANCING $139,900 40
AC CATrLE RANCH 3 BR BRICK HOME-FRAME RENTAL HOUSE-
PASTURE $399,000 1 ACRE 3 BR, 2 BA BRICK HOME $159,900.


TRUCKS &


1974 CHEVY
CHEYENNE Super 20,
"a heavy duty toy hauler"
350/350, recent recondi-
tioned ground up. $8700.
773-1818, after 5pm
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
FOR SALE 87 Dodge
Ram 250 Van. Good me-
chanical condition.
Makes excellent work
van, $1250. Call eve-
nings after 5:30. 535-
9800
1996 F150 XL Extended
cab, bedliner, dual tanks,-
120K, good condition
$7000. 547-9396
1990 CHEVY 1/2 ton
Z71, SWB, reg cab,
Silverado Package. New
pts. $5500. Call Terry
547-3646. 7am-5pm
1996 GMC JIMMY 4.3
V6, AT, AC, PW, 4-door,
very clean, $4500.
(850)260-1612
1998 OLDSMOBILE
SILHOUETTE Van dual
air, CD player, leather,
etc. Tan, 77,000 miles.
Must see and drive to ap-
preciate. 638-1138
1989 FORD F-150 PU,
115,000 miles, runs great
$2000. 535-2608 ,
BEAUTIFUL 2004 RED
Dodge Durango SLT, A
head tumer with 7 seats.
Dual Air, Sharp wheels.
12,000 miles; $26,000.
850-638-8882.
FOR SALE 2001 Ford
Expedition XLT, loaded,
42,000 miles, $17,000.
547-4830 between 6pm
& 8pm only. No collect
calls.
99 FORD 150 XL Super.
Cab, AT, PS, PB, toolbox,
new tires. 97.500 rllqs
Asking $9000 .4 7-0 150:
326-3123
1980 DODGE EX-
TENDED work van
$1500. 773-3892
97 DODGE 4-wheel
drive, 155,000 miles,
looks and runs great
$6500 OBO. 263-9711
96 F-150 loaded, $4000.
547-2401
2005 CHEVY TRAIL-
BLAZER ext 4x4, 8,000:
mjles, tan in color,
loaded, LT edition,.
$22,500. OBO. 547-
0765, 527-4246
1988 FORD RANGER
pickup, 4x4, 4 cyl, 5-
speed, good hunting
truck, runs excellent,
driven everyday. $1200.
(850)77 3-2886;
(850)510-2784
2001 TOYOTA
TACOMA 2.4 liter 4 cyl-
inder, flow master cus-
tom exhaust, CD player
with security system. 5-
speed, AC, 44,000 miles.
$11,000. (850)352-4589;
cell (850)209-7311


3BRJ2BA brick home
on 1 ac., Sunny Hills
area.$.....$....$85,000
11+ wooded acres,
surveyed....$124,900
Commercial brick
bldg. on 3 acres on
Ul. n0 ... nn n&0n


FOR RENT REMOD-
ELED 2 bedroom 1 bath
energy efficient home.
Highway 90, Chipley.
$600 security deposit,
$600 a month. (850)819-
8688
2BR/1BA IN BONIFAY.
water/sewage included.
$450/mo, references re-
quired. 2BR/1BA frame
home in Chipley, $350/
mo. 638-2999
3BR/2BA 1300 sqft,
newly painted, paved
road, 4 miles from
Vernon School. $600'
mo. (850)248-2059




OLDER MOBILE HOME
needs a little work, 14 It
wide. Musl be moved
850-547-4995. A real
bargain if you can use it!




2BRI1BA MOBILE
HOME $100 deposit,
$275/mo. No dogs. 547-
9887
NICE CLEAN 3BD/2 lull
bath. Nice yard area. De-
posil Requried. No Pels.
638-8462 or 638-46308-
5 Monday Friday
3BR/2BA doublewide
mobile home, park loca-
tion. $600 mo. $600 se-
curity deposit and others
available. 904-951-2984
or 850-699-3599
2BR/1BA MOBILE
HOME fpr rent. Window
air, central heat. 535-
2657
CLEAN PARTIALLY
FURNISHED 2 Ded-
room, outside city limits,
smoke-free, no pets,
$400/deposit: $400 mo.

rent 3 27,-" ,-.
"3"/B'A..M..'8i'BILE
HOME large den addi-
lion, 2 acres, completely
fenced. Carport, storage
buildings, no pets.
Smoke-free environ-
ment, very clean I 5 min-
utes to Chipley or Boni-
fay: References. $575/
mo. plus deposit;
(8501258-2086
NICE CLEAN 3BR/2BA
moboe homes for rent. all
electric, CH/A. 850-638-
9228 .
MOBILE HOMES FOR
rent in Collondale on
Sapp Rd, 8 mi east of
Chipley. 3/2 & 2/2 avail-
able. Total electric. 258-
4868; 209-8847
3 BEDROOM 2 balh
mobile home in mobile
home park. $385 wilh
$300 deposit, near Boni-
tay Elemenlary School.
town & recreational area.
547-3746

AIATET
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GARAGE SALE SAT
Feb. 25, Fri & Sat.,
March 3 & 4. 2685 Robin
Hood Ln, Dogwood
Lakes. Crafts, lots of
dishes.
BIG YARD SALE March
3rd&4th, Fri &Satat 906
N Taylor Street, behind
armory. (Bonifay) A little
bit of everything. Ya'll
come!
MULTI-FAMILY GA-
RAGE sale. Fri & Sat,
March 3 & 4 @ 681 N:
Main St., 7am-until.
YARD SALE SATUR-
DAY March 4. 8am-until.
Look for signs. 1 Block
West of caution light in
Wausau at Pentecostal
Church, 2201 Pioneer
Rd.


COMING SOON PRIVATE HOMESITES IN THE CITY OF CHIPLEY.
Pre-development prices upon request.
*Wooded home site near SHELL LANDING. Ebro, FL
$19,500
*1.75 acres Home Site. Septic& Power. ALFORD HWY.
Chipley, FL $31,500
*Wooded home 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 FRONTAGE w/
comfortable 3/1 MH. Screen Porch. Dock. Vernon, FL
$150,000.
*CUTE, NEAT & COMPLETE -Home and Property,
doublewide modular w/adjoining guest house, all appli-
ances, above ground pool, Koi pond, screened porch &
deck. 2.0 acres. Chipley, FL$93,900
*CHIPLEY BRICK HOME-like new, 3 BR, 2 BA,
$149,900.
*3 INDUSTRIAL LOTS w/steel building, 1 singlewide for
office in Santa Rosa Bch. $750,000.
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*PREMIER REALTY CONSULTANTS OF NW FLORIDA, INC
850-638-2800
S1266 Wells Avenue Chpley, Florida 32428 *
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TRI-COUNTY
REALTY
1103 S. WaukeshaSt.,
Boniay, FL
(850) 547-4480
Experienced
Trained Agents
John Alford..... 547-2737
James Wilson.773-3655
Mary Coleman 547-3181
Robert Smith.. 547-4480
Free Market Analysis




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S BIG YARD SALE March
corn 2nd & 3rd & 4th. 2842
Linwood Circle. Approx 3
ISON miles out 177A. 2844
S Linwood Circle.
TOR LARGE ABANDONED
7 GOODS, sale- Huge
building lull of items al
176 yard sale prices. Friday
S & Salurday. March 3.41h.
2006 Locaied on the
bypass (Maple Avenuei
Geneva. AL, near coun-
KES house.
5BA YARD SALE MARCH 3
idivi- & 4. 769 East Blvd Ch
Lei- pley mGull Power Rdj
ight- Mrs. Ida is still cleaning
ox. 5 sheds. Come by & take
0 on a look! All kinds of stuff.
boat
ten- SATURDAY YARD
tball SALE beside Cnavers
Bring Brock Furniture. Execu-
Linda tive desk and chair, so-
ouse fas, recliners, chiars,
319- bedding :beds,
uced housewares. linens, &
,50`. clothes
S3 FAMILY YARD sale.
:ICE Sal.. Mar 4. 8am-lpm.
own- Hwy 77 arcaulon ligh in
918 Wausau.
SES MULTI FAMILY YARD
De. 5 sale Hwy 90 West, ap-
uses proximately 3 miles,
lure. Wednesday pm through
ipley Friday pm.
' Rd.,
ncan WAUSAU FIRST BAP-
uddy TIST Church will be hav-
.s & ing a yard sale March 4.
Son 7am-lpm. The money
er fi- raised will help send chil-
Low dren to weekend camp
low
Call YARD SALE FRIDAY &
irma- Saturday, March 3 & 4,
8am-2pm. Variety of
E 38 children's items, home
iunty. decor, male & female
all or clothing and accesso-
keof- ries,-toddler bed, etc..
2782 Hard Labor Rd,
Chipley, FL. For direc-
tions call 638-9465


CHURCH YARD SALE
First United Methodist
Church of Chipley,
Florida. March 4th, 2006.
8am-1:30pm. Rain or
shine!
GARAGE SALE SAT
Feb. 4, 587 Fifth Street.
Bed, dresser, micro-
waves, sewing machine,
clothes and lots more.
CARPORT SALE SAT
Mar. 4, rain or shine. 645
3rd St., Chipley. Too
much to list. All reason-
able.
GARAGE SALE Fri/Sat,
March 3 & 4th. 8am-3pm
at 1845 Hwy 2, 1 mile
West of New Hope. Rain
or shine. Tires, micro-
wave, lamps, gas grill.
bikes, much more.
HUGE HUGE YARD
sale.. March 3 & 4. Hwy
2. hall mile West of Hwy
79, Esto at Paul Fish
Farms.
YARD SALE SATUR-
DAY March 4 & Sunday,
March 5. Hwy 177 N of
Bonifay, 7 mi. 1629Earl
Evans Rd, signs posted.



AUCTION OPRY EV-.
ERY Friday Night. Music
at 5pm auction at 7pm.
Hwy 79. Esto, Florida.
Coming soon: Friday &
Saturday auction, ani-
mals. misc, equipment.
etc Music until midnight.
Classic Gospel. Country.
Bluegrass Music before
auction. Maxie Yates
Auction Co. (850)263-
7500. AU3017 AB2343
FARM EQUIPMENT
AUCTION Re-Schedule
Auction Due to Rain out.
Saturday. March 11.
2006. 9am. 1 mile East
ol Greenwood Florida on
Highway 69, Fort Rd.
Consignments Wel-
come. John Stanley
(8501594-5200 AU0441
AB491
S ;L Hi: Sn eBoU
BONIFAY HORSE SALE
horses, tack, trailers.
etc... every Thursday.
5:30pm, 9 miles N of 90
on Hwy 79. (850)547-
,4687
MARIANNA GOAT and
SHEEP Auction every
Thursday night starting at
5pm.. Misc., goats,
sheep, chickens, ducks,
guineas. Held at Auction
Drive, Marianna. Phone
(850)535-4006; cell 258-
5209. Jerry Johnson
#AU362
AUCTION SATURDAY
MARCH 11, 2006.
1:00pm Misc Goats
5pm, and all caged ani-
mals after goat sale.
Consignments welcome
Washington County Ag
Center Hwy 90W, Chip-
ley. Check-in 'starting. at
7am. Phone (850)260-
5585 J&N Auction Com-
pany #AB2458 Auction-
eer David Corbin
#AU1964


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SALE SCHEDULE Sale Dates
Tack Sale 10:30 A.M. Aril 22
Consignment $20 Comm. 10% April 22
Quarter Horse Sale- 12:00 P.M. May 20
Consignment $50 Comm. 8% 0/ July 15
Paid Day of Sale Mark YoLir
No pass out fees Calendar
CONSIGN NOWIIll I '
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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LEISURE -LAI
BEAUTIFUL 3BR/2.
home in gated sub
sonwlh 3.10 acres.
sure Lakes is a del
ful subdivision, appr
miles North of Hwy 2
Hwy 77. w/lake I
ramp, pool, pavilion,
nis courts, baske
count and privacy. E
your horses. Call L
: Lee, Realtor, Lighthi
Realty' (850)8
1944.Jusi redu
$225,000.w'up to
owner Itnancing,,a
able.
EXECUTIVE OFF
SPACE lor rent di
town Cnipley. 638-1
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Land Sale & Financ
acres or more for ho
only, wooded & pas
3 miles South of Chi
Highway 77, Gainer
Houston Rd., Dui
Community Rd., B
Rd. Four (5) acre
Four (10) acres
Gainer Rd. Owner
nancing or cash.
down payment.
monthly payments.
Million Peel lor info
lion 850-638-1858
LAND FOR SALI
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GRACELAND MANOR:
APARTMENTS Rental
assistance on 1, 2 & 3
BR. HC & non-HC acces-
sible apartments. Call
850-263-4464, TDD/TTY
711. 5445 Brown Street,
Graceville, FL. Equal
Housing Qpportunity.



2 COMPLETELY
CLEARED level city lots
for sale. Close to school
& downtown. 1 priced
17k, 1 priced 16k. Call
850-305-6414
BUILDING DOWN-
TOWN FOR rent. Main
Street, Chipley. 638-
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Wednesday, March 1, 2006, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 9B


SOUTHERN HOME As-
sisted Living now accept-
ing applications for 3-11
and 11-7 shift, full and
part time positions open.
Please stop by 3854
Highway 2 Graceville or
call 263-7999 or 326-
2380
DELIVERY PERSON
POSITION available to
make deliveries from our
Bonifay warehouse to
the Mobile, Baldwin,
Escambia, Santa Rosa,
Okaloosa and Walton
County areas. Position
consist of working 3 days
a week for a total of 35-
40 hours per week. Ap-
plicant must have a good
driving record and feel
comfortable driving a full
size delivery van pulling
a 24' enclosed trailer.
Heavy and repetitive lift-
ing required during load-
ing and unloading. If in-
terested apply in person
between the hours of
8am-3pm Monday
through Friday at 750
Sandpath Road, Bonifay.
FULL-TIME POSITION
Feed and Seed Store
Clerk. Duties: lifting and
loading feed, loading and
unloading trucks; cus-
tomer service. Apply in
person at Washington
County Farm Supply.
FOOD SERVICE PER-
SONNEL for Correc-
tional Feeding Program.
Food production experi-
ence, clean background
and drug screening. Ben-
efits. 850-415-5043
DOG WALKER WEEK-
ENDS South Bonifay.
258-0371
TEACHER NEEDED
FOR 3 yr old preschool
class at daycare center,
call Cindi at 547-1444
EXPERIENCED CASH-
IER & Experienced Cook
needed; Apply in person
at ChuckWagon.. No
phone calls!
THE WASHINGTON
COUNTY Board of,
County Commissioners
is currently accepting ap-
plications for a fully li-:
censed Building Official
for Washington County.
Directs all activities in
connection with the reg-
ulation of building, con-
struction, electrical, me-
chanical and plumbing
installations, while main-
taining compliance with
the Southern Building
Code and all applicable
"li'd ued c6des as adopt
ed by Washington Coun-
ty. High school graduate
or GD required. Valid
'Florida driver's license
required. Possession of
State Certification as a
Building Official is re-
quired. A minimum of five
(5) years experience as
an architect, engineer, in-
spector, contractor or su-
perintendent of construc-
tion; or, any combination
of these, of Which three
(3) years will have been
in a responsible manage-
ment position. Certifica-
tion from CABO.and fire
inspection certification is
highly desirable. Certifi-
cation in Building, Com-
mercial Electrical, Me-
chanical, Plumbing, Res-
idential Electrical inspec-
tions, and plan review is'
required. Applications
and Job description may
be obtained at the
Washington County
Board of County Com-
missioners office located
at 1331 South Boule-
vard, Chipley, FL 32428.
Applications must be
submitted by 3:00 pm on
March 21, 2006. Contact
person is Peter Herbert
at (850)638-6200.
Washington County
Board of County Com-
missioners is an Equal
Opportunity Employer.
Salary is negotiable. ,


HELP WANTED experi-
enced Dental Assistant.
Fax resume to 638-8009
or call 638-8008
COMPANION WANTED
CHRISTIAN widower in
good health looking for
Christian lady to join him
in comfortable home for
companionship. Happy
home with with an occa-
sional dinner out. He has
a housekeeper who
comes one day a week,
so no cleaning worth
checking. References.
(850)638-1395
BIG STAR LIQUORS
now taking applications
for part-time cashier po-
sition, West Hwy 90,
Bonifay. Stop by and ap-
ply.
BOOKKEEPER
send resume to Jim
Napier PO Box 858 Chi-
pley, FL 32428.
SNELGROVE SURVEY-
ING & Mapping, Inc. cur-
rently taking applications
for CADD Draftsman.
Please contact us at
(850)526-3991
I N T E R I M
HEALTHCARE HAS a
LPN opening in home
health in Wausau. We
also have an opening in
the Graceville area for a
home health aide or crna.
Please call or stop by
4306 .Fifth Avenue,
Marianna. FL. 850-482-
2770
KITCHEN POSITIONS
AVAILABLE cook, prep,
dishwasher. Apply in per-
son at Blitch's Restau-
rant Hwy.79 & 1-10, Boni-
fay.
TRI-COUNTY COM-
MUNITY COUNCIL Inc,
is accepting applications
for a Driver for the
Washington County
Transportation Program.
Requirements: must be
23 years of:age andhave
anrOperators Driver's Li-
cense with at least 5
years driving experience
without violations. Must
agree to annual physical
and background screen-
ing. Duties:.Transport rid-
ers to a pre-determined
schedule. Use two-way
radio. Applications may
be obtained at any of the
Tri-County Community
Council Inc, offices and
submitted by Monday,
Mar 06, 2006, at 4:30
pm. For information call
Sharon Kent, Administra-
tive Coordlinatr,
,850'i547-3689. Suc-
cessful applicant will be
subject to pre-employ-
ment drug test. Only
qualified applicants will
be considered. Equal op-
portunity employer and
drug and smoke free
workplace.
HAPPY ACRES ALF is
now hiring for the
11:30am-7:30pm shift.
Full and part-time avail-
able. Duties include
cooking and cleaning
residents apartments.
Annual and sick leave
available. Starting pay of
$7.50 an hour. Back-
ground screening a
must. Call 547-3708 for
more information.
BAY TILE INC needs full
time tile setters and la-
bors. Call 850-773-0024
or 850-541-3534.
NEEDED SOMEONE
TO work hayfield on
halves. 9 acres Argentine
Bahai in Chipley. 638-
.8823
GRILL COOK KITCHEN
help, evenings Tues-
Sat. 535-1555

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 corn


IF YOU WOULD like an
exciting career working
with teens in an outdoor
setting. Health, dental,
vision, pension, vacation
and holiday pay with a
progressive pay scale
starting at $8.00 per
hour. Must have clean'
background record, com-
plete a drug screen, work
well with others and love
working with teens. We
need sports, equine and
dog instructors. Call
Becky @ 548-5524
HANDICAPPED LADY
NEEDS caregiver in Chi-
pley. Varied hours. Good
pay. Call 850-305-3855
or 638-1580
FAMILY DENTISTRY OF
Bonifay is accepting ap-
plications for a Part-time
Dental Hygienist. Must
be Florida Board Certi-
fied. Please bring re-
sume by office located at
110 E. North Avenue,
Bonifay, FL.
EXPERIENCED full time
Oyster Shucker. Great
pay, call between 1 Oam-
7pm. Chipley. (850)415-
6699
REED CONCRETE &
Construction, Inc. If you
are seeking long term
employment, good wag-
es, benefits and have the
desire to lean and grow
with us: We are looking
for Experienced Fore-
man's and Form Car-
penters. Please come by
and fill out an application:
Reed Concrete & Con-
struction, Inc. 850-547-
5767 or fax 850-547-
3677
DRIVERS NEEDED
Roll-off/Toilet Routes,
excellent benefit pack-
age. Apply to Waste Re-
cyclers 2256 Hwy 20W,
Freeport.
METAL ROOFING
COMPANY in need of
Supervisors, Journey-
men, Foremen. Top pay
depending on experi-
ence. Call 547-1001
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
EXPERIENCED COOK
WANTED for River Stop
Petro in Caryville, stop by
to apply. 850-548-5002
DRIVER -TRACTOR
TRAILER' for'appliance
delivery & installation
company. Class A CDL,
2 yrs tractor trailer expe-
rience, Monday thru Fri-
day work week, earn up
to $45,000 a year. Apply
with Mr. Little at The Holi-
day Irn 1130 Motel Drive,
Chipley, FL Feb. 27thru
Mar 1. 8am-5pm.
(407)948-6332
CARPENTER NEEDED
Experienced only need
apply. Must have own
tools and transportation.
We are a Drug Free
Workplace. EOE. Apply
at Ridley's Town & Coun-
try Builders 949 Orange
Hill Rd. 7:30am-4:00pm.
(850)638-4436
COOK
ECKERD YOUTH Alter-
native, a leader in alter-
native treatment pro-
grams for yduth-at-risk, is
seeking a Cook for our
facility in Vemon. 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
information call 850-535-
6513 or fax resume to
850-535-1115. Great
Benefits, pay and vaca-
tion.


FAMILY D)LAR'

Marianna Florida Distribution

Center'

Full and Part Time

Openings Available


If you are looking for a great place to work with
great pay, great benefits, a great working
environment, and a flexible schedule Family
Dollar is the place for you!


No experience necessary!
Must be at least 18 years of age.


Please apply in person at:
Family Dollar Distribution Center
3949 Family Dollar Parkway
Marianna, FL 32448

Family Dollar is an Equal Employment Opportunity
Employer. Family Dollar maintains a drug free
workplace.


PART-TIME OFFICE
Clerk, contract position.
Must be familiar with
Microsoft Word, Excel
Spreadsheets and have
good clerical skills. Send
resume to West Florida
Electric Cooperative,
Attn: Personnel Depart-
ment, PO Box 127,
Graceville, FL 32440.
Drug Free Workplace &
Equal Opportunity Em-
ployer:
CARING INDIVIDUAL
NEEDED to work part-
time in The Holmes
County area with devel-
opmentally disabled
adults & children, back-
ground check required,
experience preferred,
contact Jim or Paula M-
F. 9-4 at 547-4415
STABLE HAND WEEK-
ENDS South Bonifay
258-0371
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, FL 32428 or pick up
application form at office,
1364 N. Railroad Ave.
DRIVER HELPERS
FOR for appliance deliv-
ery & installation compa-
ny. Monday thru Friday
work week. Apply with
Mr. Little at The Holiday
Inn 1130 Motel Drive,
Chipley, FL Feb. 27 thru
Mar 1. 8am-5pm.
(407)948-6332
STORE MANAGER LO-
CAL organization
searching for motivated
individual to manage
thrift store in Chipley. Re-
sponsibilities include
managing daily opera-
tions, assisting custom-
ers and supervising lim-
ited staff. Candidate
must possess Strong
leadership management
skills, work well with sub-
ordinates and under
pressure, be team-ori-
ented, goal objective dri-
ven and very financially
minded. Some Saturday
work will be required.
Very competitive com-
pensation package
(health, dental, vacation,
pension.) Fax resumes
with solid references to
850-769-5346 or email to
djworthy@aol.com



CALVES WANTED
FROM 4 to. 10 days old.
Beef or dairy. 956-5090
after 6pm, ask for Larry.
WANTED 1 TO 10 acres
of land close to town.
(850)527-4363


TIMBER & LAND Tracks
of 1000 acres or more
wanted for immediate
acquisition. All cash
buyer. Contact Mark
Alexander, Broker. 352-
281-3767
LOOKING FOR A house
to rent in Vernon area for
daycare. (850)260-5873
or 415-1937 after 5pm.

SERVICE


C&C BOOKKEEPING &
Tax Service. Open 5
days a week. 8am to
5pm. Call 850-638-1483
PAINTER OF DREAMS
Actual 3-D portrayal of
night time sky. Constalla-
tions in their astronomi-
cal correct position. Invis-
ible during daytime,
glows all night. Free
Demb, 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
PANHANDLE LAWN
SERVICE Quality work,
affordable prices. Senior
Citizen Discount. Free
Estimates 956-5070 or
956-4758
MOTHER OF 2 will ba-
bysitall shifts. Great fam-
ily environment. Reason-
able rates. References.
535-0332 or 258-5527
REPAIR SERVICE for
your office or home: type-
writers, calculators, cash
registers, etc. WASH-
INGTON COUNTY
NEWS, 1364N. Railroad
Ave., Chipley. 850-638-
0212
CPR, FIRSTAID, BCLS
& other classes now be-
ing offered at Southern
Home Assisted Living
Facility iri Graceville,
Florida..Call (850)263-
7999 for more info.
SULLIVANS SERVICE,
LLC. specializing in New
Construction, Remodel-
ing, Swimming Pools,
Service Upgrades. Al-
most a decade business
experience.850-814-
1809
HEADLINERS &
VINJyL,Tbps Mobile Unoi
I do the work at your
home or workplace. Rea-
sonable rates on new vi-
nyl tops and auto carpet-
ing. Free estimates. Call
anytime, leave message.
(850)638-7351


CHIPOLA COLLEGE is nqw accepting
applications for part-time, temporary
CUSTODIAN. No benefits are available
with this position.

Includes a variety of industrial cleaning
duties to ensure all college facilities are
kept in an orderly state. Includes, but is
not limited to, cleaning all entry ways, ex-
terior trash cans and ashtrays, wet mop-
ping all hard floor surfaces, vacuuming all
carpeted areas, cleaning interior stairwells
and dusting all interior surfaces (high and
low) including hallways, classrooms, and
offices. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
High school diploma or equivalent; or up
to one month related experience or train-
ing; or equivalent combination of educa-
tion and experience.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: OPEN UN-
TIL FILLED

Apply at CHIPOLA COLLEGE, Human
Resources Office, 3094 Indian Circle,
Marianna, FL 32446
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY INSTITUTION







CTWPANY, I. 1
Are you an energetic and dependable
worker? If so, you qualify for an
opportunity to launch your career with a
growing company! You must be willing
to travel and have valid ID and SS card.
Come by, introduce yourself and fill out
an application. (EOE)

We offer great benefits to qualifying
employees such as 401k, group medical
and dental insurance, employee stock
purchase, vacation, life and LTD
insurance, uniforms and per diem.

"Making wad4iere-nce in/ oaur
cootomwny awdwour indtv4my
,nce'1946"
We are now hiring
-Welders
-Mechanics
-Class A CDL Drivers
-Equipment Operators
-Construction Crew Laborers
www.trawickconstruction.com

1555 South Boulevard I Chipley, FI
850.638.0429


C&C CONSTRUCTION
Specializing in Architec-
tural Metal Roofing. In-
stallation and repair on
Commercial or residen-
tial. Free Quotes and 5
year warranty on work-
manship. Call 547-1001.
License #RC29027043
DRUG FREE WEIGHT
I o s s
kenshealthsolutions.com
J&W CONCRETE
Pumping & Underground
Utilities, LLC. Water-
works handyman, Jimmy
Brown (850)819-2726,
(850)535-2901, Nextel
186*36*2982
QUALITY CLEANING
AT reasonable rates. Call
Heavenly Helpers Clean-
ing Service. 579-4402;
547-5041; 209-1943;
850-849-2535


SEWING MACHINE &
Vacuum Cleaner Repair,
guaranteed service on all
makes & models. Free
estimates. Western Auto,
216 N. Waukesha, Boni-
fay. 547-3910
PEEK IN OR Out of
Home Computer Ser-
vices. Service old or new
computers at 1/2 price of
leading competitor's.
Home 1-850-773-5533;
cell 1-850-625-4257
FOR RENT first in Chip-
ley, Mini Warehouses. If
you don't have the room,
"We Do" Lamar
Townsend 850-638-
4539, north of
Townsends.
J&J CABINET shop. For
all your kitchen cabinets
& house repair needs.
Call James S. Howell.
(850)535-2839;
(850)260-1619


Adoption

CHILDLESS MARRIED COUPLE In our 30's has
loving home for your baby. Full-time mom/devoted
dad 2 sweet dogs. Expenses paid. Amy/Dave
(800)227-0373 Access Code 00.

Auctions

GIGANTIC 3-DAY auction. March 8,'9, 10, 2006.
Montgomery, AL. Single, tandem & tri-axle dumps
(68 of which are 2005-2006 year), truck tractors,
lowboys, crawler loaders & tractors, excavators,
motor graders & scrapers, backhoes, rubber tired
loaders, forklifts, paving, skidders, feller bunchers,
log loaders, farm tractors. J.M. Wood Auction Co.
Inc. (334)264-3265. Bryant Wood AL Lic # 1137.


Building Materials


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(888)393-0335.

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Workman's Comp Workplace
Equal Opportunity Employer
Blue Cross/Blue Shield
Retirement Benefits (IRA)
APPLY IN PERSON.
FROM 9 A.M.-12 P.M. MON.-FRI.
NO PHONE CALLS!

BETTER BUILT BUILDINGS
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Call (800)727-6720. www.EmbroidMe.com.

BRAND NAME Soda/Candy Route Earn BIG $$.
$0 down financing. (800)367-6709 x3177 (24/7)
BO#2510.

Financial

WE BUY MORTGAGES. Are you collecting pay-
ments on a mortgage? Why wait years for payments?
Call (800)282-1251.

Help Wanted

Driver- NOW HIRING QUALIFIED DRIVERS for
Central Florida Local & National OTR positions.
Food grade tanker, no hazmat, no pumps, great ben-
efits, competitive pay & new equipment. Need 2
years experience. Call Bynum Transport for your
opportunity today. (800)741-7950.

ADVERTISING COMPANY NEEDS Sales Reps.
&/or Sales Managers for Restaurant placed display
ads. Up to 50% commission, car & cell phone al-
lowance. Telemarketing appoints provided.
(800)752-4309.


E1 Corrections Officer 1L
Jackson County BOCC is currently.ac-
cepting applications for officers at Jack-
son County Correctional Facility located
on Penn Ave., Marianna.
Applicants must have a high school
diploma or equivalent. Must be a State
of Florida certified Correctional Officer or
getting ready to take the state test for cer-
tification. Must be at least 19 years of age,
be a U.S. citizen and have no record of a
felony or misdemeanor involving perjury
or false statements. Must be drug-free
and be able to pass vigorous background
investigation. Must have valid FL driver's
license prior to employment. Application
will be kept on file for one year after sub-
mission. Starting salary is $23,947.00/yr.
Planner
A Bachelor's degree from an accredited
institution of learning in planning, geogra-
phy, social science, public administration
or related field is preferred. Two to four
years experience in planning or land use
regulation is desired as well as familiarity
with Geographic Information Systems.
A combination of academic training
and experience providing the necessary
knowledge, skills and abilities is most
desirable. Must have a FL driver's license
prior to employment. Starting salary:
$31,497.00/yr.
Mechanic IV
Graduation from high school, including
or supplemented by course work in au-
tomotive mechanics, and 5 to 8 years of
experience as an automotive mechanic;
or equivalent combination of training and
experience which provides the required
knowledge, skills and abilities. Must have
a valid Florida class B driver's license.
prior to employment. Starting salary:
$21,430.00/yr. ,
.. Admin Support II';
... Must have a high school diplohfiP' "
GED with two-years exp. in .an office
setting. Must have good communication
skills. Computer experience and knowl-
edge of medical claims preferred; or any
equivalent combination of training and
experience which provides the required
knowledge, skills and abilities. Starting
salary: $17,236.00/yr.
Equipment Oper II
High school diploma or equivalent, 2
years experience driving heavy equip-
ment. Must have a valid Class B FL driv-
er's license prior to employment. Starting
salary: $18,074.00/yr.
Submit Jackson County
employment application to: Human
Resources Dept., 2864 Madison St.,
Marianna; FL 32448. Visit our website:
www.jacksoncountyhr.org,
PH (850) 482-9633.
Closing date is March 13, 2006.
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