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Table of Contents
    Section A: Main
        Page A 1
        Page A 2
        Page A 3
    Section A: Main: Editorial
        Page A 4
    Section A: Main: Sports
        Page A 5
        Page A 6
    Section A: Main: Continued
        Page A 7
        Page A 8
        Page A 9
        Page A 10
    Section B: Extra
        Page B 1
        Page B 2
        Page B 3
        Page B 4
        Page B 5
        Page B 6
        Page B 7
        Page B 8
        Page B 9
    Section B: Classifieds
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Bridge on Old Bonifay
Road closed, unsafe
The Washington County
Board of County Commissioners
unanimously approved a request
from state Department of Trans-
portation to close abridge on Old
Bonifay Road as of Friday morn-
ing, March 21. County Engineer'
Cliff Knauer said that inspection
showed damage to three pilings.

Chipley City meetings
*Chipley City Council will
hold a workshop meeting Thurs-
day, April 6, at 4 p.m. in the City
Hall Council chambers.
*Chipley City Council will
hold a regular council meeting
on Tuesday, April 11, at 6 p.m. in
the City Hall Council chambers
located at 1442 Jackson Avenue,
Chipley.
eChipley City Council will
hold a public hearing Tuesday,
April 11, at 6 p.m. in the City
Hall Council chambers at 1442
Jackson Avenue, Chipley. The
purpose of the meeting is for
CDBG grant.
*ChipleN City 'Council will
hold a planning and zoning meet-
ing on Tuesday. April 18. at 5:15
p.m. in the Council chambers.

STown Hall meeting on
underage drinking
School and law enforcement
officials from Holmes, Jackson
and Washington counties will
gather at a town hall meeting
April 11 to discuss underage
drinking. They will be joined by
representatives from state agen-
cies involved in alcohol abuse
prevention, youth and education.
"This is a forum for parents,
students, pastors, judges, educa-
tors, o service agencies and the
community to discuss the chal-
lenges of underage drinking and
brainstorm prevention strategies,"
said Paula Lovett Waller, ex-
ecutive director of the Panhandle
Area Educational Consortium
(PAEC.) "With the graduation
season rapidly approaching, we
hope many parents and students
will join us for this important
event."
The general public is invited
to join. in the town hall meet-
ing, scheduled for 6 pm CDT
at PAEC, 753 West Blvd., in
Chipley. The event is sponsored
by PAEC and the Interagency
Coordinating Committee for the.
Prevention of Underage Drink-
ing. Persons unable to attend the
meeting are invited to watch a
live broadcast of the Underage
Drinking Prevention Town Hall
Meeting on the Florida Educa-
tion Channel (FEC,) DISH Net-
work 9418 (This is a correction
from the ad in Extra). FEC is
also carried by area cable pro-
viders. In Chipley, view FEC
on Brighthouse Channel 12. In
Marianna and Graceville, view
FEC on Comcast Channel 62. In
Bonifay and Vernon, view FEC
on MediaCom Channel 12.
Contact Lynn West (850) 638-
6131 ext. 2309 for information.


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Annual banquet


Tyler Antolik and Justice Stroud try their hands) at cutting a chunk of wood off the cedar log with
the crosscut saw demonstrated at the weekend Legends and Lore Festival held at Falling Waters
State Park.


'Legends and

Lore' comes to

Falling Waters

DONNA DYKES
Staff Writer
About 7:30 a.m. Friday. March
31, the odor of frying bacon
could be detected in the parking
lot ..at FallingW \\aters.S.tate.Park.
in Chiple). It \\as the work of
Way ne Kent. \\ho \\as cooking
bacon, sausage and biscuits as
his part of the third Legends and
Lore Festixal held that weekend.
The annual e'ent, sponsored
by the park's Citizens Support
Organization (CSO), provided a
glimpse of old-time weaving and
spinning, moonshining, candle
making and blacksmithing. Visi-
tors were given a chance, two at
a time, to cut the end off a cedar
log with a crosscut saw. School
children visiting the site Friday
morning were allowed to pick up
cedar chips as souvenirs.
The kids also were given bits
of wool by the spinner, as well
as small arrowheads from the
Indian pavilion.
Kent, who had cooked biscuits
in a covered cast iron pot over an
open flame, shared them and
portions of the meat with friends


The wool spinning and carding unit was set up in the shade of
the large pavilion at Falling Waters State Park. Samples of knit-
ted items using the carded wool were on display and students
received pieces of wool as souvenirs.


wanting breakfast. He also fried
up a mixture of cornmeal, salt
and water as a tasty pancake-size
cornbread. Nearby, Marti Ran-
dall of Greenville was preparing
to make waffles on an old iron
sitting on hot coals. Randall also
had a couple.of cast iron cook-
ing pots suspended over small
fires.
Young Anne Mary Trimaldi
and Franc Trimaldi operated a
rope-making booth. At 8 a.m.,


Soul Jam 2006
"Max it out" was an accurate description of Rebecca St. James'
high-energy show Saturday night during the third annual Soul Jam at
the Holmes County Fairgrounds in Bonifay.
St. James also took time to minister to the crowd of mostly young
people, urging them to remain pure until marriage and giving an invi-


they were just building their fire
which didn't seem to want to
take hold.
Another young w oman dem-
onstrating old ways of feeding a
family was Amy Swieeney. who
churned milk into butter for
visitors to sample. Sweeney also
provided baked goods for sale
by Geraldine Davis and Brenda
Maphis. Also helping Davis and


DONNA DYKES
Staff Writer
Paula Waller was introduced
Thursday night at the annual
banquet hosted by Washington
County Chamber of Commerce
as the group's new president. She
replaces Jeff Helms, who was
given a nice engraved plaque for
his service.
Several awards were presented
following the meal which began
with a Greek salad. Bowls of
salad greens at each place were
accompanied by small contain
ers holding individual servings
of cheese, Mandarian orange
slices and dressing.
A punch reception was en-
joyed from 6-7 p.m. Hosting
the event held during the silent
auction \,ere 'Vivian McDonald
and Dorothy Odom. They served
green. punch and offered guests
nuts and small candies to nibble
on whilee they considered bidding
on nearly 50 items including a
half-day of hunting. wine, and
se eral trips donated by chain
ber business members.
Several businesses helped
provide the buffet dinner whichh
included steak grilled b\ Judy
and David Solger, large boiled
shrimp, mashed potatoes and
green beans served with cake
iced tea or coffee.
Several Builder's Club
members from Roulhac Middle
School helped serve the meal .7,
Their group is sponsored by
Chipley Ki\vanis Club.
Perry Wells gave the welcome.
The Rev. David Darrow offered
the invocation and Duane Tucker
led the Pledge of Allegiance.
Chamber Managing Director
Ted Everett led the "We Believe'
cheer. The banquet featured col
orful decorations carr ing out
the chamber's "Vision" theme
which Everett says was selected
"to bring home the message that
we, as a community, should and
can envision our future. We can
shape our own destiny if we want
to."
Guests were greeted at a
reception table flanked by tall
stone columns draped with wide
banners of fabric in pink, green
and purple hues. Another pair


See LORE, page 7A See CHAMBER, page 3A


station to come forward to receive Jesus Christ as their savior.
Barlow Girl, the three-sister act that performed before St. James.
also urged the large number of young people present to wait until
marriage.
More coverage of Soul Jam in Extra, Section B.


Perry's Prattle....................................................8A


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Social News .................................................. Extra and variable winds. Thursday Partly cloudy. Highs 82 to 86 inland...around

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Wednesday, April 5, 2006, Washington County News, 3A


Greeting guests at the punch reception are host Viv-
ian McDonald and a friend. Monica McCall.


Lamar Townsend receives the Jean Hollingsworth
Ambassador of the Yearaward from Kim Knight and
Ted Everett.


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Thelma D. Wood and Kelly Brock enjoy a get-togeth-
er at the chamber banquet.


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Jeff Helms, holds the plaque he received as the cham-
her's outgoing president.

McDonald IP dedication
The City of Chipley will dedicate its new Industrial
,, Park sign on the corner of Orange Hill and Brickyard
; roads to the memory of Tolnmy McDonald Sr.
Residems are invited-to-loin city officials. family and
friends at 3 p.m. Apiil 6 for the dedication.


I .. .. .
Helping serve guests at the chamber banquet are Mi-
ch'elle NMastison, Aimbl Vronich and Maygan.Corbin
of the RMS Builder's Club.


Ted Everett laughs at finding his card hidden on the
back of magician Jared Bozarth's T-shirt.

VHS Project Graduation
Vernon High School's project graduation committee
will meet 6 p.m. April 10 in the school library. All Ver-
non seniors, their parents and/or guardians are asked to
attend the meeting.
"We are still seeking donations towards the Project
Graduation Luau," a spokesman explained. "Project
Graduation is an all-night substance-free, parent-spon.
scored event that provides the graduating class a night to
celebrate their commencement in a secluded chaperoned
environment."
The event takes place immediately after commence-
ment exercises. In addition to the luau, each student will
receive a souvenir T-shirt. The committee also plans to
furnish door prizes for class members.
Anyone wishing to make a financial donation, or con
tribute a door prize tow ard the event, may contact Belin-
da Howell at 535-1493; Donna Green, 535-2111 (home)
or 774-4839; or Vernon High School at 535-2046. The
area code for all the numbers is 850.
"The committee would like to announce Betty Webb
of Apalachicola as the winner of last month's drawing
for a two-night stay at the Boardwalk Beach Resort on
Panama City Beach." Tickets on the drawing were sold
in support of VHS' Project Graduation 2006.

Relay for Life
Teams for this year's Relay For Life fund-raiser will
hold a giant yard sale Saturday. April 8, in the Stage
parking lot at Washington Square, 1414 Main Street.
Chipley. Up to 15 yard sales will be held from 7 a.m. to
noon. There'll be live music, chances for drawings, and
other team fund-raisers.
The sale teams will include St. Joseph the Worker.
Washington-Holmes Technical Center. Kate Smith Ele
mentary, and PAEC. Relay for Life is a yearly fund-raiser
for the AmericanCancer Society. Simply Worship. Inc
is sponsoring-the event. For more information, call <850)
260-1259 or visit w\ww.simplyfellow\ship.org


CHAMBER
Continued from page 1A
'Greecian columns, draped
with the chosen colors.
centered the stage. Wide"
pieces of pink, purple and
green hung from the top of.
one wall to near the floor.
Tables, covered with dark
cloths, had cherry-colored
runners \\ith napkins of.
the chosen colors at each
place.
All of the cloths were
neatly hemmed. "'West-
Point Home furnished the,
table cloths, napkins, chair
backs and \\all hangings.'
Everett explained.
Kirb) Holt used, floral
arrangements in clear
glass vases on the tables.
SHe chose calla lilies t; fill
Several tall vases holding'
water tinted pink, green
and purple. Some of the
'containers were short and
had one or two flowers.
The taller ones held 'about
a dozen.
After presenting the'


outgoing president award
to Helms. Andy Fleener in-
troduced the chamber's of-
ficers, directors and staff.
Kim Knight presented
the Jean Hollingsworth
Ambassador of the
Year award to Lamar
Townsend.
The Washington County
Business of the Year award
went to Henry Stone of
Stone's Meats,
Jeannie Betts received a
plaque for her "dedication
and support of the Wash-
ington County Chamber of
Commerce."
Jared Bozarth, a 13-year-
old magician, did several
magic tricks. After asking
Everett to choose a card,
Bozarth tried to find it in-
the deck.
Suddenly he threw the
cards in the air and bent
over hoping it would be
one that had fallen face
down.
That wasn't it, Everett
said. So Bozarth walked
away, removing his jacket


in frustration. That re-
vealed the card printed
on the back of his T-shirt.
Everett pointed to the boy
and laughed. It was a good
trick. Bozarth says he has
always been interested in
magic. .
This year's speaker,
Mark Klein, got his start
something like Bozarth.
He was a young man who
needed extra money while
attending college so he be-
gan his comedy routine.
Soon after graduating.
Klein began touring the
country playing venues
ranging from comedy
clubs to large concert halls.
He's had more than 20
years of appearances. live,
and network TV.
Klein kept everyone
laughing at his wit, add-
ing to the success of the
evening.
The banquet committee
received accolades from
Everett. They are Melissa
Finch, Kirby Holt, Jon
Morgan. David Solger.


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Wedletday, Apql 5, 2006-1..


Sports Beat
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SJEREMY RAINES
SSports Editor
It's not often that. I have
Anything bad to say about
teams in the area, but with
baseball season underway,
i I make my way around the
area watching the teams
and doing my best to get
Information on them.
This past week, I at-
Stended a game between two
county rivals.
In what I can best de-
scribe as a battle of me-
'diocrity, the two teams
actually made me question
my love for the game of
baseball.
Normally, I can sit
and watch baseball from
warmups until final out, but
as I sat through this game
:I witnessed two teams
with no discipline and an
absolute disrespect for the
game.
I saw kids hollering at
Each other over mistakes
on the field, when they
were making more mis-
takes than anyone else on
the field.
I saw error on top of
error being committed on
Routine plays. When I fi-
nally had all I could take,
' it was when the team that'
finally managed to take
the lead started talking bad
About the other team.
I am the first to say that
SI believe in bragging rights,
but when the game looks
more like a battle between
two tee-ball teams than a
varsity higlh school gar ,,
t, : ,WiSe ,houldn:t .eyepli
look at each other.
I am not mentioning any
i names, but I am sure the
.parents and supporters are
aware of the teams.
I am not sure where the
i blame falls with this, either
on the coach or the commu-
nity for accepting mediocre
play.
I feel some blame falls
on both, the coaches for not
instilling the proper disci-
pline needed for the teams
to excel and the community
for not instilling the'proper
support and values needed
Sto have the desire and drive
to be great.
I always hear that small
community's are at a disad-
vantage because they don't
have the number of kids to
draw from. Well that may
be the case, but they have
an advantage that most
schools don't, almost all
the kids play together year
around on all the different
sports teams.
I just hope that this isn't
the direction that other
sports teams are headed in
Sand I hope that the proper
attitude and discipline will
come to the forefront be-
fore the season ends.
I was told that many
coaches are afraid to disci-
pline their players for fear
that they will quit.
A former teammate of
mine and Chipley gradu-
ate, Keith Register recently
forfeited his entire football
season in Alabama because
his team lacked the desire
and discipline needed.
He said, "I would rather
forfeit the season and start
over next year than con-
tinue down the path we're
on."
Maybe some of this ad-
vice should be considered


when looking at certain
teams in the area.
I hope for the sake of the
community and the chil-
dren involved that someone
either makes the changes
needed or sees that people
are in the place to do so.


Fifth-ranked Devils reel off three straight


JEREMY RAINES
Sports Editor
Holmes County Blue
Devils baseball team did
their best to hold onto
their fifth place ranking
in the state with three
wins over the past week.
The Devils are now
15-3 for the season, cur-
rently in first place in
their district.
The Devils opened
the week against district
foe Marianna. The two
teams battled to a stale-
mate for nine innings.
In the tenth, Brandon
Dykes led off with a dou-
ble down the. third base
line, B.J. Lee sacrificed
Dykes to third base.
With one out, Aaron
Mollet singled up the
middle to score the win-
ning run.
Zack Nail and Michael
Johnson combined for
the 10 inning shutout.
Nails went 7 1/3 innings,
striking out seven. John-
son went 2 2/3 innings
and struck out four.
Leading hitters were
Brandon Dykes with a
double, Brad White with
two hits, Aaron Mollet
with the game winning
RBI and Ty Short with a
double.
The following day, Mi-
chael Johnson improved
to 4-0 in the season as he
went three innings and
struck out four in the 12-
2 win over Bethlehem,
Ky. Grant Gavin and
.JareQV, MPsely, ,#finished
the game ifor.the Dgvils;.
, ,Leading hitters were
Dykes with a double,
Nails with a single, dou-
ble and an RBI.
Others playing well
were Grant Gavin with
two hits, Jordan Black
with a single and an RBI,
Moseley with an RBI,
Robert Brown with a


Mlichael Johnson awaits the pitch during Holmes County's, 12-2, win over Port-
land, Tenn.
double and Mollet with double and RBI. Nails of press time).
two RBIs. finished with t\mo RBIs. The Devils face
The Blue Devils The- Devils faced Greene Co., Ky, and
wrapped up the weeklyl Chipley on Tuesday (re-; Wilkinson -Co., Ga. onf
with a 12-2 win over suits were unavailable as -Eriday.
Portland, Tenn.
Jared Moseley had a
complete game, eight
strike out performance ,E 1
to improve to 6-0 for the
season.
Holmes County took
control of the game in
the second inning whenn
they put three runs on the
board.
They -added three more
in the fourth and sixth
innings to cruise to the

' .lollet- once againhad
a strong showing at the
plate with a two-run
home run and a two RBI
double to finish the game
with fourRBIs.
B.J., Lee, Tv. Short.
Grant Gavin and Brad
White each finished Jared Moseley is a perfect 6-0 for the season and has
the game with a single. been a big part of the Devils strong season.


Chipley improves to 12-5 on the season


JEREMYRAINES
Sports Editor
The Chipley Tigers
continue to gain momen-
tum heading into the dis-
trict tournament. Chipley
went 2-1 for the week and
improved to 12-5 for the'
season. I .
The Tigers began the
week against Blountstown
and easily won the battle
of the Tigers, 7-2.
Chipley held Blount-
stown scoreless until the
seventh inning and con-
trolled the game from the
beginning.
They took and early 1-0
lead in the first inning and
added another in the third
and two in the fourth and
fifth innings.
Shawn Harrison and
Jared Kirkland combined
on the mound to secure
the Chipley win. Harrison
went four innings, striking
out nine and earning the
win.
Kirkland went three in-
nings and struck out six in
a non save outing.
Ryan Brown led all
hitters going 2-for-3 with
three RBIs. Scotty Rudd
went 2-for-4 and scored
a run. Others playing
well were, Matt Booth,
Jared Kirkland, and Taylor
Parker.
Two days later the Ti-
gers welcomed the Port-
land, Tenn. Panthers to
town. The teams battled
back and forth, but Port-
land came out on top 6-3.


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Chipley has counted on their depth at pitching to lead them to a great season.


The loss was the first in
over two weeks for the
Tigers.
Josh Roberts had two of
the Tigers' three hits in the
game and the biggest was
a solo home run. Zack
Schaubhut had the only
other hit going 1-for-1
with two walks.
Chipley got back on
track the following night
against district foe Mari-
anna. The Tigers had to
overcome two early defi-
cits to finally take control
of the game in the sixth
inning.
Hunter Park went seven
strong innings for the Ti-


gers, striking out 10 and
walking g only one.
Tucker Mathis had- a
good day at the plate going
2-for-2 with an RBI Ryan
Brown was also perfect
at the plate going 1-for-
1 with two RBIs. Jesse
Carter led all hitters with
three RBIs in the game.
Chipley traveled to
Bonifay on Tuesday night
to face the Holmes County
Blue Devils (results were
unavailable as of press
time). The Tigers play
Greene County, Kent. on
Thursday in Chipley.
"We are getting clutch
hitting when we need it


and our pitchers ar
enough." said CHS
Andy Compton.


4,"R7 -


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Coach


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Home Builders

Bass Buster

Classic set
Tri-County Home
Builders will be hosting
their third Annual Bass
Busters Classic on Satur-
day, May 6, at Lake Semi-
nole 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.

Vernon

weightlifting

team

competes in

regionals
The Vernon High School
weightlifting team com-
peted on Friday, March 25,
at Bay High School in the
district %weightlifting com-
petition.
In the 238 lb. weight
class, Quinton Mims was
first with Senteria Steele
placing fourth.
In the heavy weight divi-'
sion, Rolando Brown took
first, followed by Davarian
Bland taking home second.
In the 199 lb. class, Markel
Andrews. placed fourth
and in the 154 lb. division,
Zach Taylor placed second.
Tremin Hill took second
place in the 139 lb. class,
\while Aton Rodgers walked
away with first in the 129 lb.
class.
Justin Harvey and Jason
Brock took second and
third place, respectively in-
the 119 lb. class.
All of the weightlift-
ers placing first, second,
and/or third place for each
division will compete on
Saturday. April 8 at Bay
High School.

AWF plans
several matches`:
The American Wres-: :
tling Federation returns to
Chipley Saturday, April 8,
8 p.m. at the T.J. Roulhac
Enrichment & Activity
Center. The AWF title is on
the line as Mr. Fantasy has
demanded a rematch with
Dan Delicious. Tickets
are $6 general admission.
Card subject to last-minute
change. Proceeds benefit
the T.J. Roulhac Center.
The AWF will be at the
Mitchell Building in Noma
on April 15. Proceeds bene-
fit Holmes County 4H. The
AWF returns to Chipley on
April 22 with special guest
stars The Bullet and Scott
Armstrong.
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Lady Wildcats move within one game of top seed in district


JEREMY RAINES
Sports Editor
Bethlehem Lady Wild-
cats' softball team is just
one game away from
clinching the number one
seed in the district tourna-
ment. The Lady Wildcats
did suffer their first loss
of the season over the
past week. Over all, they
finished the week 2-1 and
a win over Malone on
Monday night will give
them the top seed.
They started the week
playing Malone and eas-
ily handled the Lady
Tigers 11-1. Bethlehem
jumped out to an early
6-0 first inning lead on
clutch hitting by Melissa
Ellenburg. Megan Dady
and Megan McDonald.
Ellenburg was a perfect
3-for-3 with two home
runs and two RBIs. Dady
finished 2-for-2, Mcdon-
aid went 2-for-3 with and
triple and Amanda Justice
finished 2-for-3.
Others with hits in the
game were. Keron Mitch-
ell and Kaylen Hatcher.
Dady earned the win
going two innings.


The following day they
travelled to Grand Ridge
were they suffered their
first district loss of the
season, 3-2.
Grand Ridge won the
game on their final at-bat.
Bethlehem was held to
only six hits in the game
and held scoreless until
the fourth inning. Play-
ers with hits in the game
%were Amanda Justice.
Megan McDonald, Kay-
len Hatcher, and Tara
Thompson with an RBI.
Dady finished the game
with seven strike outs on
the mound.
On March 30 Poplar
Springs came to Bethe-
lehem for the final district
game of the week. BHS
jumped to an early lead of
8-0 in the 1st inning. The
final score was BHS 19,
Poplar Springs 9.
The Wildcats have 17
hits for the game.
With Jamie Hall lead-
ing the way for the Wild-
cats going 3-for-4 at the
plate helping secure the
win.Jessica Lewis went
3-for-5 with two triples
and an RBI.


Amanda Justice drives a single past the second baseman during Bethlehem's nin over Malone in their District


2-A game.
Tara Thompson had a
strong game going 2-for-4
with three RBIs.
Kaylen Hatcher went 2-
for-4.
Melissa Ellenburg went
2-for-4 with a triple and


an RBI.
Amanda Justice went
2-for-5 with a triple and
three RBI's.
Megan McDonald fin-
ished l-for-4.
The Lady Wildcats


were playing much better
as they faced the Atomics
with 17 hits and a "W" in
the w in column. A \\ in at
Malone will put the Lady
Wildcats at 7-1 at district
play.


"These girls are very
excited to be leading
the way in the district
and -.e are hoping for a
very successful ending,"
said Head Coach Lisa
Mathews


Ponce de Leon stays perfect

for season, improves to 15-0


Ponce de Leon contin-
ued their run at perfection
this past week adding three
more wins to their already
perfect 15-0 record and
securing their fifth place
ranking in Class 2A.
On Monday, they
played Montgomery
Catholic and ten-run ruled
them in five innings for a.
final of 11-1.
. ;i;lhris .,Peterson earned
the w in and had four strike
outs in the game.
Kyle Whigham, Tyler
Brannon and Nick Rush-
ing each finished with two
RBIs in the game.
Kaylon Friend scored


two runs and Dylan
Skinner had an RBI and
scored a run.
The next day the Pirates
travelled to South Walton
and came away with a 5-2
district win.
Cody Carroll went 5
2/3 inning and struck
out five to earn the win.
Jason. Stafford earn the
'save.
Brannon finished8 2-
for-3 with an RBI, Staf-
ford went 2-for-3 with an
RBI and Kyle Whigham
'scored two runs.
Wrapping up the week
the Pirates played Port-
land, Tenn. PdL was once


again too strong for their
opponent and came away
with a 5-1 win.
Stafford went five in-
nings and struck out four
to earn the win.
Chris Peterson picked
up the save.
Leading hitters were
Tyler Brannon, Stafford,
Rushing. Houston Byrd
and Whigham.
The Pirates head i'fI
the 'final weeks of the
season with several key
district battles. They
battled Vernon at home on
Tuesday night. (Results
were not available as of
press time.)


Chrystal Thompson leads Holmes County in wins for the season.

Thompson helps propel Lady

Devils to key District 2 victories


JEREMY RAINES
Sports Editor
Holmes County Lady
Devils wrapped up a
great week with three
wins and improved to
13-5 for the season.
Crystal Thompson
had her usual unihittable
stuff working on the
mound as she shut out
Ponce de Leon. 6-0. to
start the week.
Thompson went six
innings and struck out
10 for the win.
Leading hitters %were
Cassy Long and Aleah
Peters with two hits
each.
Others playing well
were Rachel Gavin.
Mikaela Strikland and
Rachael Hodge.


They followed up that
performance with a 19-1
thumping of Graceville.
Rachel Hodge was the
winning pitcher, strik-
ing out six and allowing
only two hits.
Grace\ille took a 1-0
-lead in the first inning
and that \\as the only
signs of life and the
De\ ils reeled off 19 un-
answered runs.
Aleah Peters went a
perfect 3-for-3 from the
plate. Rachel Gavin
went 3-for-4, Lacey
Russ finished 1-for-2,
Thompson went 2-for-4
and Makalea Strikland
was 2-for-4. Sarah Dur-
rance also played well
finishing 3-for-5.
The Lady Blue Dev-


FWC works several area


Included below are
some of the significant
events the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conserva-
tion Commission handled
in the Northwest Region
over the past week.
Jefferson County -- On
March 26. a retired FWC
officer was checking
mounds at the Aucilla
Management Area when
he observed two subjects
digging.
He was able to photo-


graph the subjects and
call in the complaint to
dispatch.
Officers Dale Wilcox
and Stephanie Wilcox
interviewed the retired
officer and then had the
film developed.
The subjects were lo-
cated in Wakulla County
and interviewed.
They were fully coop-
erative with the officers
and cited for unlawful
field. investigation and


ils concluded, the week
against .district foe
Chipley.
Both teams had out-
standing pitching on the
mound as Thompson
pitched for the Devils
and Jessica Bush coun-
tered for Chipley.
Thompson was able to
come out on top of the
1-0 shutout win for the
Devils.
The only run came in
the fourth inning, Mikae-
la Strickland walked and
Aleah Peters doubled her
in for the game's only
run.
Thompson finished the
game with nine strike-
outs and Bush finished
with 14 strikeouts for the
Tigers.

complaints
damaging Suwannee
River lands.
Washington County
-- On March 28. Officer
Kathy Jackson worked a
complaint in Washington
County, Holmes Creek
area.
The subject had 80
bream, and seven bass
(four of which were un-
dersized). He had hidden
30 bream in a bag under-
neath the life preservers
in the boat.


Near record striped bass

caught in Chattahoochee River


A Tallahassee angler
flirted with setting a new
state record for striped
bass, but in the end, came
up a bit short Sunday after-
noon.
Travis Sanford fished
from the Jim Woodruff
Dam at Chattahoochee and
landed a 42-pound striped
bass from the Apalachicola
River.
His fish. however, was
1/4-pound shy of the ex-
isting record. The record
is a 42.25-pounder. caught
by Alphonso Barnes in
December 1993 in the
same section of the Apala-
chicola.
Sanford's fish measured
39-7/8 inches in length
and 29-5/8 inches in girth.
He made his catch using a
rod and reel and Crocodile
spoon.
Eric Long. a Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) fisher-,
ies biologist met Sanford
Monday and weighed his
fish on certified scales. San-
ford had initially weighed
his fish on an uncertified
platform scale and believed
it weighed 44 pounds.
"He really got close, but


Long said.
Approximately 10 years
ago, Long said they cap-
tured :a 48-pound female
Striped bass and took her
to the FWC's Blackwater
Fisheries Research and De-
velopment Center facility
to use in artificially spawn-


he said, the U.S. Fish and
Wildlife Service captured
two huge 70-pound strip-
ers just above the dam in
the Flint River.


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Maphis bake the goodies
were Timmy Duggan and
Deanne Vaughn.
Around 9 a.m. school
busses filled with students
from area schools, includ-
ing Vernon and Kate Smith
Elementary, began arriv-
ing. The youngsters started
their tour of the grounds
by viewing the antique en-
gines and Indian artifacts
at the small pavilion. A
stop at the butterfly garden
dedicated in memory of
Joyce Carter and, perhaps,
a trek to the falls were en-
joyed before the kids were
turned loose in the large
pavilion with their chap-
erones.
The students saw a
grist mill operated by Bill
Maphis; soap making by
the Rev. Farris Stewart
of Chipley; Raymond
Smoker and his horse and
wagon, a turpentine still;
and an old laundry tub
with water coming from
a garden hose. Nothing
in the park was ruined
by the displays. The man
who ran the turpentine still
brought his own log in. It
was strapped to a tall tree
and looked like it belonged
there. There also was a
display of old bottles and
glass.


In the Indian pavil-
ion, Nellie "Blazing Star"
Barfield and John "Yellow
Knife" Barfield displayed
their official tribal identi-
fication from the Southeast
Cherokee Council, along
with arrowheads of differ-
ent sizes and colors and
other flint items. Also on
display in the Indian pavil-
ion were crosses designed
and decorated by a young
girl and baskets woven by
another woman.
An awards program was
held at 9:30 a.m. Former
state Senator Ralph C.
Carter was there to receive
a plaque from Bill Ma-
phis, president of Friends
of Falling Waters' Citizen
Support Organization. It
read: "In recognition of
outstanding service for
helping obtain Falling Wa-
ters State Park for the peo-
ple of Washington County
and the state of Florida."
Park construction be-
gan in 1967 when the
current entry was build.
Before that, a country road,
which is currently being
reclaimed by nature, was
used for entry, The lime-
stone-based park has an
elevation of 322 feet. It
is maintained by several
rangers and the citizens
group. Ronnie Hudson is
park manager.
Maphis said Carter had


been selected by the com-
mittee of awards to receive
the certificate given to him
Friday. The committee also
honored volunteers with
the Citizen Support Orga-
nization (CSO). Represent-
ing them were John and
Kathy Foster of Chipley
who helped develop the
sinks and wiregrass trails
in the park. Information
about those trails is con-
tained in brochures avail-
able in the park.
The'Citizen Support Or-
ganization helped support
this year's Legends and
Lore Festival, along with
Washington County Tour-
ist Development Council,
PBS&J, Peoples South
Bank and West Florida
Electric Cooperative.


Easter Egg hunt
Washington County
Chamber of Commerce
will hold its community
Easter Egg Hunt from 10
a.m. to 1 p.m. April 8 in
Shivers Park, Chipley.
Hamburger plates will
be available, while they
last, from 11:30-12:30.

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Miss Firecracker pageant set for June 3 in Vernon


"Miss Firecracker" pag-
eant will be held Saturday,
June 3, in the cafeteriaat
Vernon High School. All
proceeds from this pageant
will go to. help purchase
fireworks for Vernon's an-
nual fireworks show.
Registration fee must
be received by May 15.
Early registration (paid, by
MaN 1) is $40; registration
after May 1 will be $50; a
second child/same family
is $30; and photogenic is
$10.
General admission to
the pageant will be $4 for
adults, $2 for children ages
5 12, children under five
will be admitted free of
charge.
Competition for the fol-
lowing will begin at 1 p.m.
Baby Miss, birth to'
walking; Toddler Miss,
walking to age two; Tiny
Miss, age three to four;
Petite Miss, age five to
six; Little Miss, age seven
Eight; Young Miss, age
nine ten.
Competition beginning
at 4 p.m. will include the
following;
Middle Miss, ages 11-
12; Teen Miss, ages 13-14;
Junior Miss, ages 15-17;
Miss (never married/no
children), ages 18-21;
Junior Miss (married, di-
vorced, single w/children)
ages 16-25; Ms (mar-
ried, divorced, single w/
children).
Little Miss Indepen-
dence (birth to age 10) and
Miss Independence (age
11 and up) titles will be
awarded to the two indi-
viduals who raise the most
funds from donations and
sponsors. Winners of these
categories will be crowned
at the end of their respec-
tive competition. All funds
from sponsors and dona-
tions must be turned in by
12 p.m. on June 3.
Queens, in each age
group will receive a ban-
ner, crown, and trophy.
They will also receive
special recognition at the
parade and fourth of July
fireworks. First and second
runners up will receive
a banner and trophy. All
contestants through age 10
will receive a small tiara
for participation.
Photogenic contestants
must submit one unframed
photo, up to 8 x 10. Do not
write on the back Photo


must be received by 4 p.m.
on May 15. Photos will be
judged by a professional
photographer. Winners
will receive a banner and
rhinestone brooch.
All contestants must
sign in at least one hour
before the pageant begins.
Cafeteria doors will be
open at 11 a.m.
';There \ ill beno; official
practice. However, Laura
Brewer, will be decorat-
ing the cafeteria the night
before and contestants are
welcome to practice at that


time.
All entries and photos
must be received by 4 p.m.,
Monday, May 15.
Make checks or money
orders payable to Vernon
Merchants Association.
Drop off registration forms
at Vernon City Hall or mail
to: Vernon Merchants As-
sociation, Firecracker Pag,
eant,;P.O. Box 54, Vernon,
FL 32462.
For more information,
contact Laura Brewer at
(850 535-5118 after 5:30
p.m.


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Perry's Prattle



By Perry Wells


This is the second i. Mr. and Mrs. Glass. Not I learned from Hester's
a series qf the"prattler's" only did they keep me in uncle, Harvey Lucas, that
work experience with Mr. their employment, they he and Hester's grandfa- .:,a
and Mrs. D.T. Lloyd on raised my pay to $10 per other. Carlos Lucas, worked
Panama City Beach.: week. Also, my "quarters" for D.T. Lloyd in the early
I did return to the beach for sleeping were changed 1940s when Mr. Lloyd was
job for a second summer. I to the pump house. It had the contractor in:building':
was age 14 and my agreed full wood panels on all Lisenby Hospital. Their
salary was $8.00 per week. four sides which could be job was installing insula- 3o
The milk goat and'the rab- propped open to provide tion which was pellets of
bits were gone, but Lbte, ventilation. "rock wool" enclosed in'
the female pekingese, was It did nothing to control', bags. It was known for its:
still on the scene. My job mosquitoes which were al- sting and workers knew to.
remained much the same ways terrible on the beach, head for a full shower after
as it was the first summer, but it did allow for good working in it.
I did spend more time sleeping in the intense heat After becoming a pro-
in the restaurant, mostly of a Gulf beach summer nation and parole officer,
in .the kitchen preparing night. Ihad occasion to see Mr.
food or washing dishes. I The new operators kept Lloyd driving his compact
did have a helper, Lela the restaurant open later at car with his pet dog with
Mae .Liseiby, .who was night in order to attract the him. On one particular day. The fun
about my age. She lived crowds from Long Beach I was in Lisenby Hospital Iva Mat
with her family in the area Resort where the Church- on official business when I
of the well known Snake- well Family had dances on observed Mr. Lloyd com- days ha(
atorum. located east of the weekends with live music ing down the stairs with a Lloyd h
Archway Sandwich Shop. provided by Coleman sad countenance and after him to
The Lloyds allowed me Sachs and his band from speaking, he announced, up his v
to drive her home in their Birmingham. Ala. I liked "Perry, Iva Mae has just him mu
vehicle after the restaurant to serve the band members died." Upon inquiring as and he
closed,.We had a full-time 'as they were fun people to what I could do to as- later. I I
cook named Mrs. Kirkland, and tipped generously. sist him, he asked me to check tl
who we called "Cookie." I left the beach job that drive his car to my home their est
Her daughter, Betty, was summer with enough mon- and keep it until he called recall th
one .of the waitresses, as ey in my pocket to pay for for it. were lef
were two Noma girls, Nell my school lunches for the Hester and I did attend Society.
and Oleta Tindell. Ruth full year notwithstanding Mrs. Lloyd's funeral three Of al
Hall Anderson, the mother the, price had gone from days later. Several more reers" ol
of Shelby Anderson Had- five cents to six cents. I
dock and others, came also had ample money
down fromVernon to work to. purchase a matching
in the cafe. pants and shirt outfit from NOTICE Of APPLICATION FOR
Cherry cider had come Montgomery Ward to start TAXDEED CK OFTHECRCU
on the market being mostly school in the 10th grade at Noi I. ~r nlr.in WASHINGTON COUNTY. FLOR-
rr.y N iqC6 Ej aiila, Irna nololr of WA
sold at roadside stands. Vernon High School. Ini Iorllfg r.ltdl., has, IDA
Mrs. Lloyd bought it in Let's "fast forward" this :. s inr..on. R.certcie BY J CRogers DeoutyCir
n a. rutmber asoi yis.r WARNING THERE ARE UNPAID
gallon jugs and served story. After completing n WAn a, T AXES ON PROPERTY WAI
am IrO6 rari. In r.'h w. TAXES ON PROPERTY WHICH
it at 5 cents per glass. I, high school and securing a e..... io.iar ,o YOU OWN IN WHICSH YOU
HAVE LEGAL INTEREST THE
along 4vith 'btheraem pl;y-...myJqobai4Crisrps in ,pa.,cf:i. TE ro a, PERTY WILL BE SOL
..- "rA OF I ,SUO ~ JLUBLIC AuC iON-ON April
"es, probably drank up all ma City:I do not recall ever oNCE 00 27 200 UNLESS THE BACK
TAXES AE PAID TO MAKE AR'
the profit as it was a deli- seeing Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd. DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY RANGEMENTS FOR PAYMENT
*Parnai.aC0-J41-3-036 3 OR TO RECEIVE FURTHER
clous drink. Since living After my U.S. Army stint Pa 0-115 INFORMATION CONTACT THE
"IlC- '6 S mnoIPIri, CLERK OF COURT IMPAEDI-
in Chipley, I encountered and after my college days, omgi0P. ATELY AT P..O. BOX 647 OR
O Ina O Or In 1 ACKSON AVE..UTE
Oleta Tindell at a funeral it was back to Panama City r.Oir, C ni fC 19n JIACSOI AE.. SUITE
visitation. Upon learning for me with employment at Wa.ngicn Cn. nouFyon a .. OR rELEPmONEL8E50163i-60
..- ~ ** 'bo ing ir 5. To fr n:p EXT 225li.
who she was, I asked her Sears. I soon began seeing No R'gs 15 W .NT TO REDEEM FOR
S'rlT, orr a', all npan n4r, AMOUNTTO EDEE FOR
if she.knew me. Of course, the Lloyds, and recall that Ineri.eui o appnaln.rg Earl '.07.N.99 IN U CUR-
she didn't. I reminded her Hester and I visited them NAME Ir WHICH ASSESSED A.UNT TO REDEEN FOR
of our working together in at their Gulf Avenue home ESNY ONL s IN U R-
those years which seem so located adjacent to the o''l W .... clr, a c...,dnd
of t *u cr crt llnll *nai l No Perso3nal Cni-c S Accaplea
long ago. Her question to Sunshine Grocery ware- D.( sailcc. c .g o Ih
Slaw. th Dr. proo r.saa crin o ihm CasnIhsrs Checs Money Orders.
me was, "are you the one house off 15th Street. They ,.t36 d, ...rn..nl.s... r fit CaShlnasChcl nn aoIrsn On.y
*ec g f r" Ins ........ r ..... n AI.n, 7, ofr.er slterralve .... a 'l
they caught for stealing?" I appeared to be aging fast. 0n, io Ao.c ,orA olitI-2. r snrtall s nelfopaa
? 6 00 fAa p:unOns'heO In Int Wasnlnglor
wanted to reply. "No mam', They still had a pet dog. Dsia ,r..8 a as, c.ntis. ans M'. h IS. Mar'.
they never did catch me!" but.iiot Lote.'Their only 00 2. .arti29 April5. 006
During that summer of vehicle was ,an Angilia, LINDA AYESCOOK Reauestor ualifanaron
employment, the Lloyds which was called an Eng- CLERI OF THE CIRCUIT Pursuanl to Seclon 287055.
leased the restaurant to lish Ford. In the meantime. Forliaa Slarules Ine SelSe o
W 4 ASH IGCTONCOuI-TY, FLOCA- Fi'e .Cornsullants Compenti.ve
SIDA Negotiations Act and the stale


requirement; or Educalional
Facilities 1999. ins School Board
of Washinglon County. Florida
announce Ina need for a con-
tinuing contract lor professional
architectural services
For a pacKel containing specific
inlormallon regarding the applica'
lion process, evaluation criteria
and a Iimeilne IOr nte evaluation
of01 mthe qualifications iitn seleclte
firms. contact Joe Taylor Wasnh
inglon County Scnool Boara 652
Tnirl Sltree Cnoiley Florida
32428 1850-638-62221 All State-
ment of Oualifications must De
raele d by mail or hand aellverea
10 Ine IWad.nglon Counly Scnoci
Boera Ollice, 65 Tnnlr Street
Chipley, Florida 32428 on or
before noon, (CST) Thursday,
April 13, 2006. The original and
tl,e coplis .hall D6 submitted in
a sealea pa.:age clearly labeled
Continuing Contract for Profes
ilonai ArcnIl,.IRurai Serices lor
the Washriglon County School
Board
Tre Wasnington County Scnool
Board ma- irlect all applicants
and mny stop tne election pro
ce-s al an ltime Te Washington
County School Boara reserves
Ina rligr Io waive any inlormaiiry
in Ins peleillon process and to
reject all Stalemrinli ot QOuali
fications.
Calvin Stevenson, Superlnteri-.
dent :. -
Washingion' County District
Scn-,oi Board
An Equal Opporiunity Agency
and Drug Free Woryplace
As published in the Washington
County News on March 22, 25,
29 and April 1, 5, 2006.


BY: J C Rogers, Deputy Clerk
WARNING:THERE ARE UNPAID
TAXES ONr PROPElT" WHICH
'OU OWN IN WHICH YOU
HAVE LEGAL INTEREST THE
PROCPEAT? WILL BE SOLD
AT PUBLIC eUCTiON Otl April
27. 2006 UNLESS THE BOACK
TAXES ARE PAID. TO MAKE AR-
RANGEMENTS FOR PAYMENT
OR TO RECEIVE FURTHER
INFORMATION, CONTACT THE
CLERK OF COURT IMMEDI-
ATELY AT P.O. BOX 647 OR
I-".i JA.CKSON AVE SUITE
101. CHIPLE/ FLORivA 32428
OR TELEPHONE i5rj5 r.ij-i'00
EXT 225. '
AMOUNT TO REDEEM FOR
March $ 6,775.90 IN U.S. CUR-
RENCY ONLY.
.AMOUNT TO REDEEM FOR
Airl .l 6. 35 71 IN U S CUR.
EziENCY 01rL
No Personal.Checks Accepted.
Ci iy r'V C',vcC B Icl-e, Oraider:
r.3 r, i Urnior are In6 orl,
lnr,5r 5 llrri5ll5ei aC,:SclSJ
An pueibirna in ine Wsnii.ai..i,
Ccunr 6t.v Marcih 15 Mr.lasn
22, llar.:r .n 9 Apni 5 .'P6

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Noti,: ii r.rvb, qiv.in Ir.al Jtji-
my & Jo,c: Baii ins rc hldur ol
the following certificate, has filed
said certificate for a Tax Deed to
be Issued thereon. The certificate
number and year of Issuance,
the description of the property,
'and the names In which it was
assessed are as follows:


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
Chipley Kiwanis Club
held its regular weekly
meeting on .Tuesday,
March 28 at Patillio's
Restaurant at Washington-
Holmes Technical Center.
It was committee day, and
the various club commit-
tees made the following
reports:
*Community Service:
The committee will pres-
ent a recommendation to
the Board of Directors at
its next meeting to pres-
ent a memorial donation to.
hospice in memory of the
late Ulysses Harrison. Har-
rison, a long-time Kiwan-.
ian, passed away recently.
His funeral was Tuesday
afternoon' following the
club meeting.
*Young Children First
Priority: The committee.
is setting up a schedule
for a reading program for
county.Head Start. Volun-
teers will read stories to
Head Start children once
a month and present books
to the children.
*Membership: Two new
members will be inducted
at the next meeting. There
have been seven new mem-
bers since President Laura


Joiner took office, this is
a big step toward her goal
of 12 new members during
her term of office.
*Spiritual Aims: The club
Easter Program,
*Scholarships: Awardees
of Kiwanis scholarships
will be chosen by the end
of April.
Kiwanis meets every
Tuesday at noon at Patillo's.
For more information.
check out the club website,
www.chipleykiwanis.com.


Easter sunrise service
planned
Pastor David Darrow
said that the commu-
nity Easter sunrise service
sponsored by the Wash-
ington County Ministerial
Association will be held
Easter morning at Blue
Lake. Tentative time is 6:
30 a.m., with breakfast to
follow. Further details will
be released soon.



Smoke alarms
The Chipley Fire. De-
partment is offering free
smoke alarms to local
residents. Applicants must


CERTIFICATE NO 368 IN THECIRCUITCOURT FOR
YEAR OFISSUANCE 02 WASHINGTON COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA PROBATE DIVISION
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
Parcel# 00-2545-0114 CaseNo.67-06-CP-54


Lot 14 of Orange Hill Comers
Ranchettes Phase II, according to
the Plat thereof as recorded In the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit'
Court In Plat Book 3, Page 252,
being in the N 1/2 of the SW 1/4
of Section 36, Township 4 North,
Range 13 West.
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED :
Elwood & Diane Staley
Said property being In the county
of Washington, State of Florida.
Unless such certificated shall '
be redeemed according to'the
law, the property described shall
be sold to the highest bidder at
the courthouse door on Aoril 27.


stop by the Fire Depart- 2006at 10:00 AM
ment at 1430 Jackson Av- Dated this 7 day of March ,
2006
enue and pick up a form to
LINDA HAYES COOK


In re: Estate of
WALDEEN MILDRED STORM,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Summary Administration)
TO ALL PERSONS HAV-
ING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS%
AGAINST THE ABOVE ES-
TATE:
You are hereby notified that an
Order of Summary Administration
has been entered In the estate of
WALDEEN MILDRED STORM,
deceased, Case No. 67-06-CP-
54, by the Circuit Court for Wash-
ington County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which
is Post Office Box 647, Chipley.
Florida, 32428-0647; that the
decedent's date of death was Oc-
tober 8, 2005; that the total value
of the estate Is $3,400.00+- and


d passed when Mr.
ad someone bring
our home to pick
vehicle. I didn't see
ich after that date
died a short time
iad no occasion to
he probate file on
ate, but it seems I
iat all their assets
t to The Audubon


I the working "ca-
Smy life, I am fully


convinced that the
portions of the summ
1941 and 1942 that I
working on Panama
Beach with Dave an
Mae Lloyd may have
the best learning e
ence of them all. I v
be pleased that son
reading this story
call and tell me they
the Lloyds and po
worked for them.
See you-all next w(


8A, Washington County News, Wednesday, April 5, 2006


neone
would
knew
ssibly


eek.


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hnal In names and addresses
ot mose to hnom it has been
assigned by such oroer are
Vlctor E Marsnall.
Post Ofice Box 702
Vernon. Florida 32462
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT
All creditors of the estate of me
oecedent and person having
claims or demands agalnal tne
estate of ne decedent other that
'.those lor whorr. proslslontofif l i
payment was made in tne Oder
of Summary Admlnistration must
file ineir claims witn tis court
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
AS SET FORTH IN SECTION
733 702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE ALL CLAIMS
AND DEMANDS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
NOTHWITHSTANDING ANY
OTHER APPLICABLE TIME PE-
RIOD ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
121 YEARS OR MORE AFTER
THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED
The date ol first puolcation of is
Noice Is Marcn 29 2006
Attorney for me Person Glr.ng
Noi-ce
KERRY ADKiSON
Post Office Box 669
Chipley. Florida 32428
18501 638-26.43
Florida Bar No 0843253
Person Given Noticm'
VICTOR E MARSHALL
Polt Ofice Box 702
Vernon Florida 32462
As PuDlisned In tNe Washington
County NeAs March 29 April
5 2006

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR WASHINGTON
COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Case No 67-06-CP-050
In Re- ESTATE OF
JOHN ROSS LEMASTER
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The amlinlisnalion of me estate
ol JOHN ROSS LeMASTER
deceased. Case Number 67-06-
CP-050, is pernjing in the Circuil
Court Ior Washington County.
Fiorida. Probate Division the
address o which is 190 Gov'
ernmernal Center Pensacola
Florida The name and address
of Ihe personal representative
and tne personal representlsaa's
attorney are sat torh belo ALL
IrNTERESTED PERSONS ARE
NOTIFIED THAT
All persons on whom tnis notice
Is served wro have objections
that cnaiienge the validity of
Ine AIIl me qualifications o the
personal representative vanue.
or lurisaiction of tni Court are
required to file tnai objections
wiln insM Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY DAIS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
Ali creditors of the decedent and
orier persons naving claims or
derrnds against decedenl's
eslat, on enom a copy of mis
noiiceis serve wmlnin three
montr.i ahtr me dale of the firs
pDUtication 01 this notice must
file their claims it n this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM
Aln other creditors of tne de-
cedent and persons having
claims or demands against-the
decedent's estate must file their
claims with this Court WITHIN
THREE MbNTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-'
TiON OF THIS NOTICE
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of thefirst publicationof
this Notice is Mar 29,2006.
Joan M. Morse
Personal Representative .
219 Norwich Street
Gulf Breeze, FL 32561
Stephen F. Bolton, of FloridarBar
No. 327859
HOOK, BOLTON,
KIRKLAND & MCGHEE, P.A.
3298 Summit Boulevard, Suite
22
P.O. Box 30589
Pensacola, FL 32503
Telephone: (850) 433-0809
Facsimile: (850) 433-8284
Attorney for Petitioner


As publilsned in me Washington
County News on March 29 and
April 5. 2006.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
WASHINGTON COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA
PROBATE DRIVSION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ROBERT RAY RICH
Deceased.
File No 67-06-CP-60
Di.lsion Probate
NOTICE TO CREDmORS
(Summary Administration)
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDSAGAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE.
You are hereby notified that an
Order of Summary Administration
has Deen entered in the estate
of Robert Ray Rich, deceased.
File Number 67-06-CP-60. by
the CIrcui Court tor Washington
County. Florida, Probate Dvision,
the address of which Is 1293
Jackson Avenue. Chipley. Forida
32428: that Ine decedent's late
ol death was January 8,. 2006.
that te total value of te estate
is $89681 00 and that the names
ano addrees ol those to wnom
II has been assigned by such
oraer are
Name Roberta Lomax Rich
Aodress:
1455 South Bred.
Chipley, FI 32428
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT o
All creditors of the estate of the
decedent and persons having
claims or demands against the
estate of the decedent other
Inan those for whom provision
for lull payment was made In the
Order of Summary Administra-
tion must file their claims worth
this court WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH IN SEC-
TION 733 702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTH.
ER APPLICABLE TIME PERIOD.
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED.
The date of frat publication of this
Notice is Apinl 5. 2006.
Attornms or Person Giving No-
lice
KristI M. Odom
Attorney for Roberta Lomax
Rich
Florda Bar No. 0182044
1314 JacKSon Avenue
Cniplay. Florida 32428
Teleonphe (850) 6387587
Person Giving Notice.
Roberta Lomax Rich
1455 South Blvd
Chipley. Rorka 32428
As published in the Washington
County News Apr1l 5.12, 2006.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR WASH-
INGTON COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO 67-05-CA-301
VERONICA DUNCAN, plaintiff.
VS
BERNARD S DYBA. DE-
CEASED. AND ANY AND ALL
UNKNOWN NATURAL PER-
SONS IF ALIVE. AND IF DEAD
OR NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE. THEIR SEVERAL
AND RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN
SPOUSES. HEIRS. DEVISEES.
GRANTEES CREDITORS. AND
ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIM-
ING BY. THROUGH. UNDER. OR
AGAINST THOSE UNKNOWN
NATURAL PERSONS: AND
ALL CLAIMANTS. PERSONS
OR PARTIES. NATURAL OR
CORPORATE. OR WHOSE
EXACT LEGAL STATUS IS
UNKNOWN. CLAIMING UNDER
ANY OF THE ABOVE NAMED
OR DESCRIBED DEFENDANTS
OR PARTIES OR CLAIMING
TO HAVE ANY RIGHT. TITLE
OR INTEREST IN AND TO THE
PREMISES HEREAFTER DE-
CRiBED,
Defendants:.
NOTICE OF ACTION '
TO: BERNARD S. DYBA, DE-
CEASED, AND ANY AND ALL
UNKNOWN NATURAL PER-
SONS IF ALIVE AND IF DEAD
OR NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE. THEIR SEVERAL
AND RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN
SPOUSES. HEIRS. DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, CREDITORS, AND'
ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIM-
ING BY. THROUGH. UNDER. OR
AGAINST THOSE UNKNOWN
NATURAL PERSONS, AND
ALL CLAIMANTS. PERSONS


OR PARTIES. NATURAL OR
CORPORATE, OR WHOSE
EXACT LEGAL STATUS IS
UNKNOWN, CLAIMING UNDER
ANY OF THE ABOVE NAMED
OR DESCRIBED DEFENDANTS
OR PARTIES OR CLAIMING TO
HAVE ANY RIGHT, TITLE OR IN-
TEREST IN AND TO THE PREM-
ISES HEREAFTER DESCRIBED.
INVOLVED IN THIS SUIT.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED ,lat an
action lor QUIET TITLE to tnat
certain property In Washinglon
County Ronda"
Lot 11, Block 443, of SUNNY
HILLS UNIT SEVEN. a Subdivi-
son according tothe Pattnereol.
recorded In Plat Book 2, pages 77
though 86. of the Public Records
of Washington County. Florida.
Has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, Iany, to
t on Plaintff's attomay to *it
WhOSe address is
Jon Jay Ferdinand. Esquire
Suite 910
100 W. Cypress Creek Road
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
1954) 776-5822
on or before May 3. 2006. and
file the original with the Clerk of
this Cour either before service on
Plalntiff a attorney o immediately
thereafterotherser e a delauil vwil
be entered against that defendant
for the rellel demanded In the
Complaint
This notice shall be published
once each week for four consecu-
live weeks
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of tIis Court on March 23, 2006
Linda Hayes Cook as Clerk
of the Court by: K McDainel
Deputy Clerk
Attorney for Plaintil


with e Cnilo Nutnton and WIC
Reauthonza3tor ACit o 2004 and
Florida House Bill ar227
LEGAL AUTHORITY The Wair.
SInglon County School Board is
authorized urner 1001.43 of
me Flonoa Statutes to dealop /
amend policies and procedures
ECONOMIC IMPACT Tne cost
ol promulgalng Ine revision
aId we anorovlrwplely S1 00 pei
document .
Individual. Aslnlng to obtain a
copy Ot the proposed revision
may contact the Supelinten-
dent's Office at 652 Third Street
Cnlpley. Flonda
As Publisned in trie Washinglon
County hews April 5, 19 and
May 3. 2006
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR WASHINGTON
COUNTY. FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 67-2006-CA-119
DIVISION
CHRISTIANA BANK AND TRUST
COMPANY, AS OWNER TRUST-
EE OF THE SN ASSET SECURI-
TIZATION TRUST 2005-A.
Plaeintif,
vs.
THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVI-
SEES. GRANTEES. ASSIGNEES.
UENORS. CREDITORS, TRUST-
EES. OR OTHER CLAIMANTS
CLAIMING BY. THROUGH. UN-
DER. SAMUEL ARTHUR MAYO
DECEASED, ft al.
Defendaris)


NOTICE OF ACTION


Jon Jay. Ferdinand. Esquire TO.
Ferdinand & Sullnvan. P A. THE UNKNOWN HEIRS. DEvl-
10 W. Cypress Creek Road SEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES
Suite 910- UENORS, CREDITORS. TRUST.
Fort Lauderdale, FL EES. OR OTHER CLAIMANTS
(954) 776-5822 CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UN-
Florida Bar No 180250 DER. SAMUEL ARTHUR MAYO
DECEASED
As published In me Washington LAST KNOWN ADDRESS
County News April 5. 12, 19 UNKNOWN
286, 200 CURRENT ADDRESS
UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PAR-
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS TIES CLAIMING BY. THROUGH,
FORFOODSERVICEMANAGE- UNDER. AND AGAINST THE
MENT SERVICES HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL
DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE NOT
Public notice Is hereby given tha KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE.
proposalswilllbereceivedby ne WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN
WashingtonCounty Florida Board PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTER-
of Education or FOODSERVICE ESTAS SPOUSES. HEIRS, DEV-
NANAGEMENT SERVICES for SEES. OR OTHER CLAIMANTS
the School District until 2 00 LAST KNOWN ADDRESS-
pm local timeon April20 2006 UNKNOWN
At this time proposals will be CURRENT ADDRESS
received In Ihe administrative UNKNOWN
officeslocated t52 Third Stree YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac
Chipley, Florida For inform tion to foreclose a mortgage on
bon regarding this Request lot the following property in WASH-
Proposal inteesetad irrns should INGTON County. Florida.
contact. LOT 134, CHIPLEY HEIGHTS.
":. DEKLE LAND COMPANY AD-
Jenny Strickland DmTON TO TOWN OF CHIPLEY
Administrator AS PER PLAT ON FILE IN THE
School Board of Washington OFFICEOF THECLERKOF THE
County ... CIRCUITCOURT OF WASHING-
Office 850-638-222 TON COUNTY, FLORIDA AND
BEING A PART OF THE WEST
As published In he Washington, 'ONE-HALF OF SOUTHWEST
County News April 1,5,8.12.15. ONE-QUARTER OF SECTION 3
19.2006 TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH RANGE
13 WEST,
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 'has been filed against you and
TO ADOPT you are required to serve a copy
.SCHOOL BOARD POLICIES/. olyourwrt lenadeenseswithin30
PROCEDURES days after Ire first publication. if
WASHINGTON COUNTY any. on Echevrria. Codilis 8
SCHOOL BOARD OFFICE Stawlarski. Plantill's attorney.
Monday. May 8. 2006 at 530 whoseaaaressis9119Corporate
pm. 'Lae Dnve, Suite 300, Tampa.
Flonda 33634. and ile tne ongi-
Notice Is hereby given that on nal with Inls Court ellner before
Monday. May 8.2006 at 5 30 p m service on Plantiff's attomey or
the Washington County School immealately thereafter. otherwise
Board will consider adopung the a aelaull wil be entered against
following policiesbrocedures you Ior the relief demanded in
2.95+ Wellness Program the Complaint or petition. This
8.44+ Summer Nulritlon Pro- notice shall be published once
gram 'each week for t*o consecutive
W weeks in the WASHINGTON
The purpose and specific legal COUNTY NEWS.


authority under which School
Board Policies/Procedures are
authorized, and an estimate of the
economic Impact of the proposed
Policles/Procedures on all af-
fected persons are given
PURPOSE Tnese policies/pro.
cedures are being recommended
for adoption so mat the Scnool
District will be in compliance


WITNESS my hand and the setl
of this Court on this day bf
__ 2006.
Unda H. Cook.
Clerk of the Court
As Deputy Clerk
As published In the' Washington
County. News April 5,12, 2006


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Save the Children

Christian Center
S free food distribu
tion schedule for Save the
Children Christian Center
for Washington County
only, has changed;. Dis-
tribution vill be held from
10:30 a.m. .12;30 p.m.
Every Wednesday, at 805
S Main Street in Chipley.
S.Food can be picked up
i5 food on the Wednesday
scheduled according to last
names.
Thew following schedule
965 will take effect on Wednes.
day. April 5:
Last names beginning
with A through G, will pick
::/::::. up food:, on Wednesday.
S' April 5: (first Wednesday).
Last names beginning
with H through Mc, will
pick up food on Wednes-
day, April 12, (second
Wednesday).
Last names beginning
with N through T, will pick
ne for up food on Wednesday.
April 19. (third Wednes-
day).

two Last names beginning
;ers of with U through Z, will pick
spent up food on Wednesday.
City April 26. (fourth Wednes-
,d Iva day).
been Take a bag/box to put
-xperi- the food in. For more in-
would formation, call 638-0260.












VHS Honor Rollfor Third
Nine Weeks
Dr. Bobbie Dawson;
principal, and the staff at
Vernon High School proud-
ly announce those-students.
earning acknowledgement
of their academic profi-
ciency.
A- Honor Roll
Ninth Grade: Haley
Adkison, Sara English,
Crystal Grippo, Steven
Jackson, Adam Pettis,
Leah Skinner, lan Smith,
and Keeli Tritz
Tenth Grade: Jessa Akl-
len, Latrina McCutcheon,
Christopher Patton, Ashley
Sloan, and Lindsey Suther-
land
Eleventh Grade: Timo-
thy Bryant, Jessica Rodg-
ers, and Brian Wall
Twelfth Grade: Klay-
ton Coleman, Kimberly
Halstead, Daniel Lee, Da-
vid O'Brian, Erica Palmer,
Courtney Prevatt, Steven
Summerhill, and Eileen
Tracy


AB Honor Roll
Ninth Grade: Richard
Adkison, Alicia Barnes,
Haley Cosson, Paul Dale,
Alicia Domina, Hope
Driver, Alexander Flem-
ing, Sandra Garnett, Tessy
Hetzel, Steven Hoagland,
Michael Jones, Benjamin
Keown, David King, Ash-
ley McKenzie, Christopher
Powell, Sabra Roberts,
Julia Robinson, Tommie
Rogers ., Meagan Stone,
Robert Tatum, Joshua
Tracy, and Cory Tucker
Tenth Grade: Tiffany
Adkison,; Brittany Ander-
son, Justin Bailey, Katelyn
Brown, Chrity Bush, Kala
Cooner, Megan Crafton,
Jabari Davis, Ruby Fill-
ingim, Justin Harvey, Jack-
ie Krsul, Bountah Lawson,
Amanda Madore, Austin
Pettis, Alton Rodgers,
Sharon Sapp, Taylor Tison,
and Angie Womble
Eleventh Grade: Dani-
elle Adkison. Kyle Comp-
ton, Alyson Hill, Jessica
Krsul,: William Landells,


Heather Locklear. Cecil
Roche. Gary Sewell, and
Christopher Shamburger
Twelfth Grade: Brooke
Bro, n. Casey Church.
Joshua Crund\\ell. Heather
Harcus. Ramona Mayes.
Andre\ MNlrazek. LaWa-


nda Peterson. Tiffanie
Sapp, Abigail Smith. Jed
Tyre. Kenneth Washington.
Anthony Westling. Derek
Wicker. Janmie Wood. and
Br. an Works
More honor rolls Extra
section


Relay for Life April 21-22
The annual "Relay for Life" is scheduled on April
21 and 22 and \ ill be held at the Historic Chipley High
School track beginning at 6:00 p.m.
There will be something for everyone in the family
including food. games, and live music, movies on the
big screen and so much more. Everyone is invited to
come out and enjoy the fun. and help in the cause to raise
money to find the cure for Cancer.
The "'Relay for Life" represents the hope that those
lost to cancer \\ ill never be forgotten. that those \vho face
cancer will be supported, and that one day cancer will be
eliminated.
For information on joining an existing team or in
sponsoring a team. call (850)785-9205 ext. 108.


HO ORRLS


The family of Allen Rogers
,ish to extend their heartfelt
thanks and appreciation to all the

ha e blessed us with prayers and
Support through our time of grief.
Thank you to all that have
provided food, sent flowers, and
,, assisted in every way .
0 A tA \ery special thank you to the
Administrator and staff of North-
.\est Florida Community Hospi-
tal Washington County Hospital
in Chipley, FL. Their care. and pt;of 'ssionalisrn extended far
.above any expectations, especially the nursing staff of the
2nd floor SCU unit. Also, many thanks to Dr. Ward for his
care.
Thank you to the staff of Hospice of the Emerald Coast,
who were such a comfort to us.
Thank you to Rev. TA.. Green, Rev. Roger Dale Hagen,
Sand Rev. Danny Burns for officiating at the funeral. A very
special thank you to Rev. Danny and Sis. Patty Burns who
went far above any expectations during our hospital stay.
-, We-wish to thank ill thtie 1Al'aof:'iirement personneitfrom
Washington, Holmes, Jackson, and Bay Counties"who par-
ticipated in honor of their fallen comrade.
Mr. Rogers was very proud to have served with many of
you, and to be a member of such an honorable profession.
Thank you to Masonic Lodge #39 of Wausau, FL for
their participation also.
Our loved one will be greatly missed by his family, friends,
and this community, but we have the assurance that he is
waiting for us in a better place.
Mrs. Mennie Rogers. ;. ,
Thomas Allen Rogers & Family
Charlotte Sapp and Family
Lane Robbins and Family
Larry Loyed and Famih


FIRST PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
The City of Chipley is considering applying to the Florida Depart-
ment of Community Affairs (DCA) for a Small Cities Community
Development Block Grant (CDBG) of up to Seven Hundred Thou-
sand Dollars ($700,000.0Q). These funds must be used for one of
the following purposes:
1. To benefit low and moderate income persons; or
2. To aid in the prevention or elimination of slums or blight; or
3. To meet other community development needs of recent origin
having a particular urgency because existing conditions pose
a serious and immediate threat to the health or welfare of the
community and where other financial resources are not
available to meet such needs.
The categories of activities for which these funds may be used
are in the areas of housing, neighborhood revitalization, com-
mercial revitalization, or economic development and include such
improvement activities as acquisition of real property, loans to
private-for-profit business, purchase of machinery and equipment
construction of infrastructure, rehabilitation of houses and com-
mercial buildings, and energy conservation. Additional information
regarding the range of activities that. may be undertaken will be
provided at the public hearing.
For each activity that is proposed, at least 70% of the funds must
benefit low and moderate income persons.
In developing an application for submission to DCA, the City of
Chipley, must plan to minimize displacement of persons as a result
of planned CDBG activities. In addition, the City of Chipley is re-
quired to develop a plan to assist displaced persons.
The public hearing to receive citizen views concerning the
community's economic and community development needs will be
held at the Chipley City Hall Commission Chambers, 1442 Jackson
Avenue, Tuesday, April 11, 2006 at 6:00 p.m. or as soon thereafter
as possible. For information concerning the public hearing contact
Mr. Jim Morris, City Manager at the City of Chipley, telephone (850)
638-6350.
The public hearing is being conducted in a handicapped acces-
sible location. Any handicapped person requiring special accom-
modations at the meeting or an interpreter for the hearing impaired
or the visually impaired should contact Mr. Morris at least five
calendar days prior to the meeting and accommodations will be
provided. Any non-English speaking person wishing to attend the
public hearing should contact Mr. Morris at least five calendar days
prior to the meeting and a language interpreter will be provided.
To access a Telecommunications Device for Deaf Persons (TDD)
please call (850) 955-87709,.,, ,:,,,


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1QA, Washington County News, Wednesday, April 5, 2006

A'RRT REPORTS


'This information is a
matter of public record
and was taken from
ee ,Washington County
Courthouse docket for
March 20,2006.
STrials
i*Anderson, Troy Scott;
battery, possession of
weapon or ammo by con-
victed felon, producing
marijuana; pre-trail set for
4/18.
'Andrews, Christo-
pieir Rontyrell; pled nolo
contendre; adjudication
'itiheld; sentenced to
ihirnimum confinement in
county jail for six months
iw/bine day credit for time
seived, court costs and
fees assessed $1,460, ran-
don UAs at own expense,
SA'evaluation and treat-
hmint, reporting probation
fI'ithree years, 150 hours
co2inmunity service, ad
or:public apology within
30 days, report to jail by
March 30, to run concur-
rent:
. 'Baker, Carl Parntiss;
sell cocaine (five counts);
l!ea waiver and consent,
request for PSI; sentencing
set for 4/18.
* 'Birge, Wesley Nathan-
iel; :plea waiver and con-
semnt; pled nolo contendre;
iasessed total $1,335,
4ini'vers license suspended
fpr two years, three years
probation, five page essay,
random UAs at own ex-
pense, adjudicated guilty
(second charge) assessed
$205, reporting probation
one year, sentences to run.
concurrent.
S*Blackmon, Terence;
possession of cocaine with
intent to sell; plea waiver
andd consent, sentencing
set for 4/18.
*Boston, Merriel Sha-
quilla; pled nolo conten-
dre; adjudicated withheld;
reporting probation for one
year, assessed $350, 50
hours community service.
'Bush, Michael Abron;
possession of cocaine (six
counts); plea waiver and
consent; request for PSI;
sentencing set for 4/18.
*Carr, Johnny Wayne II;


pled nolo contendre; adju-
dicated guilty; minimum
confinement one year, two
months with four months,
two days credit for time
served, assessed $1,320.
*Costello, Robert An-
thony; armed burglary of
dwelling, aggravated as-
sault with deadly weapon
(two counts), kidnap/false
imprisonment of adult;
*Folmar, Steven Ray;
pled nolo contendre/counts
one and two; adjudicated
guilty/both counts; random
UAs at own expense, SA
evaluation/treatment, com-
plete repeat DUI school,
consume no alcohol,
minimum confinement to
prison for two years count
one, assessed $1,465 court
costs and fees, and $4,000
restitution, sentenced to
county jail for one month,
two days on count two to
run concurrent with count
one.
*French, Robert Martin,
driving while license sus-
pended or revoked, third
or subsequent offense; pre-
trial set for 4/18.
'Goodman, Debra Di-
ann; obtain controlled sub-
stance by fraud; motion to
continue; order continuing
jury trial; motion hearing
set for 4/4.
.Hendrix, Earl; obtain
controlled substance by
fraud; pretrial set for 4/18.
*Jackson, Richard A: bat-
tery on detention facility
employee w/fluids; pretrial
set for 4/18.
*Kennington, Daniel
Ray; burglary of structure
(13 counts), petit theft (13
counts) criminal mischief
(three counts) grand theft
auto, prevent/hinder fire-
fighter or equipment; plea
waiver and consents; sen-
tencing. set for 4/18.
*Lucas, Christopher Al-
len; resist officer/obstruct
by disguised person; pled
nolo contendre counts 2,
3, 4; adjudicated guilty;
sentenced to eight months,
nine days in county jail to
run concurrent on counts
two and three, assessed
$210; count four -mini-


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Please join us at
SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH
Sfor the Adult Choir presentation of
S"Somebody's Praying Me Through"
on Sunday, April 9 at 6:00 p.m.
For moreeinformation, please contact the church office at 638-1014;



*Ra I ro1orya(lon
and Crvesof Ciple


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SCurves Queen
Kathleen Rogers


Queens Received The Following Prizes:
Hair Styling donated by Rachel of
Ra'chel's Crown of Glory Salon
Lunch or Dinner for Two from
Tropical Smoothie Cafe
Flowers donated by House of Flowers
Get well wishes to Rhonda
One Free Week Membersip to Curves of Chipley
Photos from Ward Photography
Cookies from Celebrations in Dothan, AL
Free Appetizer or Dessert from Red Lobster, Dothan, AL


mum confinement of 11
months, 29 days with eight
months, nine days credit
for time served, assessed
$1,360 to run concurrent.
*Mallory, Richard David;
pled nolo contendre; ad-
judicated guilty; random
UAs at own expense, as-
sessed $1,360, five years
reporting probation, 150
hours community service,
jail sentence consecutive
weekend beginning 3/24.
*McKinnie, Albert
Chester; pled -nolo con-
tendre; adjudicated guilty;
minimum confinement in
prison for three years, nine
months, nine days with
10 months 12 days credit
for time served, assessed
$1,360 costs and fees,
$12,697.70 restitution.
*West, Walter Reid; plea
of nolo contendre; adjudi-


cated withheld; assessed
$1,590 fees and costs, 150
hours community service,
one year reporting proba-
tion.
*Wiley, Willie M. Jr; pled
nolo contendre/ count one
and two; adjudicated guilty
on both counts; minimum
confinement one year, six
months in prison w/16
days credit for time served,
assessed $1,435, drivers
license suspended for two
years, to run concurrent.
*Winge, Corey Blake;
burglary (two counts),
grand theft auto;
*Wright, Frank James;
possession of cocaine, pos-
session listed chemicals;
pretrial set for 4/18.

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The City is holding a workshop to explain the Fair
Housing Ordinance for all of the protected classes
(race, color, familial status, handicap, national origin,
religion and sex). The public is invited to attend.
The workshop is scheduled for Tuesday, April 11,
2006, at 6:15 p.m. or as soon thereafter as possible in
the City of Chipley City Hall Commission Chambers,
1442 Jackson Avenue. Any handicapped, visually
or hearing impaired person or non-English speaking
person needing special assistance at the meeting
should contact Mr. Jim Morris, City Manager, at 850-
638-6350 at least five (5) days prior to the meeting
and assistance will be provided.


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St. James, Barlow Girl bring rock with a message to Bonifay


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
"We really wanted to
max it out and take it to
a level as never before,
and we've accomplished
that," Rebecca St. James
said about her 2006 tour
in a phone interview last
week. "Max it out" was an
accurate description of St.
James' high-energy show
Saturday night during the
third annual Soul Jam at
the Holmes County Fair-
grounds in Bonifay.
From a video backdrop,
to a dazzling light show,
to a strong stage presenta-
tion, St., James' "If I Had a
Chance to Tell You Some-
thing" show was not only'
rock with a strong Biblical
message, it was also good
rock that kept the large
crowd on its feet through-
out the evening.
St. James also took time
to minister to the crowd of
mostly young people, urg-
ing them to remain pure
until marriage. and giv-
ing an invitation to come.
forward to receive Jesus
Christ as their savior.
Barlow Girl, the three-
sister act that performed
before St. James, also.
urged the young people
present to wait until mar-
riage. The, sisters also
shared testimbon about
recognizing God's calling
on their lives and about
waiting. not dating.
The enthusiastic crowd
had to be moved back by
security as they crowded
up close to take pictures
anid hear ltro of the most
popular acts in Christian
contemporary music. Fans
waved cell phones like an
earlier generation of con-
certgoers waved dispos-
able lighters, and everyone
joined the members of the
different bands as the\
celebrated the last show on
what was a long, grueling
tour.
In the earlier interview
St. James praised the com-
munity atmosphere for the
tour, and that was apparent


Rebecca St. James headlined Soul Jam 2006.


as everyone had a good
tiie along with the crowd.
That good time included
opening act Jadon Lavik,
S\\ho \\as doused with wa-
terf and Silly String as he
performed.
Also leading off for the
main event were Bread
of Stone from Iowa, and


the winners of the an-
nual Battle of the Bands
(BOTB), Providence: from
Spring Hill.
The BOTB has grown
considerably in three years.
In the first year only a few
fans were on hand, but this
year the auditorium at the
Fairgrounds was packed


Left to right: Sheriff Dennis Lee, Gina Prescott and Wendy Morgan of the CASE
Coalition spoke at Soul Jam 2006.


\\ith enthusiastic listeners.
Providence has a CD
out and has considerable
onstage experience. They
play a "new rock' format.
Other- bands in the
BOTB were Coalwood
from Greenwood, Behind
This Curtain from Mari-
anna, Crimson Clay from


SDeFuniak Springs, For-
given 5 from St. Joe Beach,
Founded in Red from
Bonifay, Reset, The Mis-
sion from Crestview, and,
Speechless from Quincy
(the only band in all three
BOTB competitions).
. There were also several
games for children, vol-


leyball (including spir-
ited competition between
church groups), a CASE
Coalition booth, and sev-
eral booths for other orga-
nization.
As always at Soul Jam,
counseling was available
from area pastors and other
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2B, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, April 5, 2005


O'Steen-Williams engagement
George and Karen O'Steen of Ponce de Leon an-
nounce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their
daughter, Christy Jeanette, to Wendell Lee Williams, son
of Roy Lee and Dorothy Williams of Caryville.
Christy is employed by the U.S. Postal Service in
DeFuniak Spring. Wendell is employed by the state of
Florida Department of Corrections.
The wedding will take place 6:30 p.m. Saturday, May
6, at the home of the bride-elect's parents in Ponce de
Leon.
All family and friends are invited to attend the wed-
ding and the reception which will follow immediately.


Blake Gardner
Blake Gardner celebrat-
ed his seventh birthday
with a sports theme party
March 25 at Middlebrooks
Park in Bonifay. Family
and friends were present.
The birthday,,b.oy is. the..
Sson of KathN-and-.Kevinr-
Gardner of Bohifay. His
grandparents are B. and
Linda Boyette of Bonifay
and Mrs. Francis Anita
Gardner.


Dominique Davis
Dominique Davis cel-
ebrated her fifth birthday
on March 29.
,,. She; .s .'the daughter
Soff*.Libby- Robinson.-*and
Terry Davis of Chipley,
Dominique's grandparents
are Lois Patton of Chipley,
and Annie Kay Davis of
Vernon.


Johns/Walters reunion
The Johns/Walters reunion for friends and family
will be held Saturday, April 8, at the Gap Pond Freewill
Baptist Church, 1980 Gap Boulevard, Sunny Hills. Fes-
tivities will start at 9 a.m. Everyone is welcome. Bring a
covered dish.

Literacy Volunteers
Literacy Volunteers of Washington County, Inc is
seeking volunteers to become Laubach-Certified Tu-
tors and help an adult learn to read. Anyone looking for
something rewarding to do in their spare time is urged to
contact Linda Marinaccio at (850) 638-6317.

Guardian ad Litem
The Guardian ad Litem Program is seeking volunteers
to represent the best interest of abused and neglected
children in our community. Volunteers are needed in
Jackson, Calhoun, Holmes and Washington counties. If
you have a few hours a month to help, call 482-9127, 674-
2799, or 638-6043.


Si~ E' Hunter 25th anniversary
Robert and Nancy Hunter of Washington County are
celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary on Saturday.
April 8 at 4 p.m. Their children would like to extend an
invitation to all family and friends to celebrate at 4412
Leisure Lakes Drive (refreshments served).


Lemie-Bith engagement
Lemieux-Blitch engagement


Mitchell Lemieux and
Deborah Lemieux of
Panama City are pleased to
announce the engagement
and forthcoming marriage
of their daughter, Jana Ni-
cole to Benjamin Andrew
Blitch, son of Edwin anQ
Brenda Blitch of Bonifay,
Florida.
The bride-elect is a 2001
graduate of A.C. Mosley
High School,, Panama
City, and a 2005 graduate
of Gulf Coast Community
College with an associates
degree in nursing. She is
pursuing her bachelor's
degree in nursing from
Florida -State University,
Panama City Campus '
Jana is the granddaugh-
ter of the late Hubert
Lemieux and Mrs. Mazie
Lemieux of Southport, and
John and Martha Copeland
of Lynn Haven. She is the
great-granddaughter of the
late Dee Rammacher and
C.F. and Lois Rammacher
of Howard Creek.
The prospective groom
is a 1999 graduate of Hol-


mes County High School
and a 2005 graduate of
Florida State University,
,PalaarT.City, w\ith a degree
nia, civilengineeringrHe.is
employed with Universal
Engineering Sciences in
Panama City. Ben is the
grandson of Ed and'Neal
Blitch of Bonifay, and
Charles and Marie Bel-
lamy of Inverness, Florida.
The ceremony will take
place at 5:00 p.m., June 3
at First Baptist Church in
Bonifay, with a reception
to follow at Waits Man-
sion.


Female Leadership Symposium Camp
The Holmes County Extension Office 4H in partner.
ship with Girls Scouts tentatively plan to host a Female
Leadership Symposium Camp on Saturday, May 20.
The planning meeting is Friday, April 7 at 6 p.m. at the
Holmes County Emergency Operations Center, 107 East
Virginia Ave., Bonifay. Beverages and snacks will be
provided. RSVP by Wednesday, April 5. This event will
be an educational hands-on camp for young ladies from
eight to 18 years of age who \\ill learn about academic
and career planning, proper nutrition and health prac-
tices, and communications and presentation skills. Call
Wil Morales at 547-1108 for information

Student fine arts seminar
A fine:arts seminar for students, eight to 13 years of
age, will be held May 29 June 2, at the First Presbyteri.
an Church, 658 5th Street, Chipley. Winona C. VanLand-
ingham, Florida state certified art instructor, will conduct
classes on exploring drawing, painting crafts, music and
dance. The eight to 10 year-old classes will be 9 11 a:m.
and 11 to 13 year-olds will be taught from I 3 p.m.
Supplies and tuition fee is $50:.-Seminar size is limited.
Registration form should be turned in to the church office
or mailed to the church at the above address.





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Wednesday, April 5, 2005, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 3B


il Garden Gala
An exciting new event
is coming to Marianna
on April 22. The Garden
Gala is Hospice's newest
fund-raiser that celebrates:
southern hospitality, spring
time and the arts.
Covenant Hospice is
now accepting sponsor-
V r- slips for this one-of-a-kind
fundraising event. Spon-
Sorship levels start at $250,
and businesses and indi-
viduals from Marianna and
surrounding counties are
encouraged to participate.,
The event will be an eve-
rning in the garden wiith fine
dining, auctions of unique
,. garden benches painted by
local artists, exhibits and
much more.
Tanton 50th anniversary Proceeds benefit Cov-:
The children and grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. T.O. enantHospice in Marianna.
Tanton ii ill host: a reception in honor of their 50th' wed- ,:a' non-profit organization.
r ding anniversary, 'n Saturday, April 8. from 24 p.m.. at..: serving patients with
the Black Methodist Church in Black, Ala. life-limiting illnesses in
All friends and family are invited to attend the celebra- Jackson. Holmes. Wash-
tion. The couple requests no gifts. ington: and Calhoun coun-
tie*s. For more informa-
tion visit their website at
'\vww.covenanthospice.org/'
gardengala or call toll free
S(866) 785-3040.

Checkpoints
Florida Highway Patrol
will conduct driver license
and vehicle inspection
checkpoints during the
month of April 2006 on"
the roadways listed below
in Holmes, Jackson and
Washington counties.
Recognizing the danger
presented to the public by
defective vehicle equip-
ment, troopers will con-
centrate their efforts on
vehicles being operated:
with defects such as bad
brakes, worn tires and de-
fective 'lighting dquipmeht.
'Tl l dditiom,-attentiorn- will
be directed to drivers who
would violate the driver li-
cense laws of Florida.


Harless-Taylor wedding
Traci Elaine Harless and Robert Michael Taylor II
were married on Saturday. February 11. The ceremony
was conducted by Steven Boroughs at Mt. Zion Indepen-
dent Baptist Church.
The bride is the daughter of Eddie and Mitzi Har-
iless of Bonifay. Her grandparents are Gene Harless of
Bonifay, the late Nancy A. Zavitz of Niagara Falls. On-
tario, Canada, and the late Ernest and Jo Freda Hopper of
Danville. WV. Her great-grandfather is Hassel E. Harless
of Panama City.
The groomis the son of Robert Michael and Sara Tay-
lor of Bonifay. Grandparents are Bessie and the late Ben
Sapp, Delores and the late R.C. Taylor of Bonifay and
Jeanette and Herbert Helmes of Dothan.
Serving as attendants for the newlyweds were Roshe-
da Lucas and Jeremy French. Donna Carley and Diane
Kindig did the reception.

Prescription assistance
The Prescription Assistance Program (PAP) is a non-
profit organization sponsored by Panhandle Area Health
Network. Call 850-547-1900.


The following roads will
be checked:
State Roads No. 2, 10,
69, 71, 73, 77, 79, 81,273,
276, 277, 286; County
Roads No. 69A, 162, 164,
165, 165A, 167, 169, 173,
177, 177A, 179, 181, 185,
271, 276, 279, 280, 284,
and Snow Hill Road.

Festival On The
Rivers events
12th Annual Festival On
The Rivers Car Show, Sat-
urday, April 20 at Robert
Fowler Park, Geneva, AL.
Registration for the Car
Show will start at 8:00 a.m.
no charge to participate. No
judging but Dash Plaques
will be given to the first 50
vehicles registered. Door
Prizes and 50/50 Pot..
For more information
contact %Wayne Mixon. 334-
684-9042, rGlen Bottoms
850-956-2504, or Barbara
Lawson 334-588-2863.
*The Annual Festival On
The Rivers Talent Contest
will be held on Friday
night. April 21 at the Ge-
neva High School Audito-
rium. The event will begin
at 6:30 p.m. and is being
sponsored by the Geneva
Rescue Squad. Admission
at the door is Students
$2.00, Adults $4.00.
There will be two cat-
egories for the event, gos-
pel and country and there
will be two age divisions.
The: adult division is for
anyone 18 years of age
or older while the youth
division is for anyone 17
years of age or younger.
Entry fee for the event is
$10.00.
Rules and events forms
can be picked up at the
City-Clerk's' Office, Res-
cue 'S'uuad"b 'ildi'dg or' the
Greater Geneva Chamber
of Commerce Office Mon-
day thru Friday 8 a.m. until


5 p.m.


Plat books ads
The Washington County
Plat Book is being updated
by Property Appraiser Gil
Carter's office. The book is
updated every three years.
The Chipley Kiwanis
Club is selling ads in the
plat book as a fund-raiser
for its activities in support
of numerous community
efforts. For prices and oth-
er information, call David
Solger at 638-1276.

Golf tournament
fund-raiser
The North Central Pan-
handle Education Founda-
tion is sponsoring the First
Annual 2006 Take Stock in
Children of Washington
County Golf Tournament.
The tournament is on April
29 at the Sunny Hills Golf
Course to help raise funds
for scholarship awards.
The tournament is open to
amateur golfers for a fee
of $75. Greens fee, cart,
rental, lunch from the grill,
and range balls before,
tournament begins will be
included in the cost.
You may register in two
or four-man teams (two-
man teams will be random-
ly paired together to make
four-man teams) and the.
tournament is Open to the
first 120 paid golfers.
Prizes will be awarded
for first;,second and third
place teams in each of the


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to 18, and boys ages birth
to five. The bulk of the
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Holt celebrates
100th birthday
Peggy Holt celebrated
her 100th birthday at
Bonifay Nursing and Re- VISTA positions
hab Center on March 18. Literacy Volunteers
Born in Ozark, AL., Ms. of Washington County
Holt was one of seven (LVWC) is accepting ap-
children. She remained plications for two new
close to her birthplace, re- AmeriCorp VISTA posi-
siding most of her life in tions.
Dothan, AL., until moving A one-year commitment
to Bonifay-Nursing and to the VISTA assignment
Rehab Center. is necessary. This is an op-
When asked what portunity for someone to
changed most in her life- help in the community and
time of 100 years, she and real penny candy. earn money at the same
responded, "The cost of Ms Holt plays bingo time.
food." She remembers a weekly, enjoys church and One of the VISTA posi-
Soda costing five cents gospel singing. tions will perform duties


Alyssa
Pauline Ray
Rungsak and Pastean
Ray are proud to announce
the birth of their daughter
Alyssa Pauline Ray. She
was born at Gulf Coast
Community Hospital
Thursday March 23 at 12:
12 p.m. and weighed 6
pounds 15 ounces and was
19 inches long.
Her grandparents are
the Rev. Christopher Har-
ris and Elaine Harris of
Caryville, and Somsri
Ray of Vernon. Her great-
grandmother is Pastean
Ward of Bonifay.


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er, Johnathan Preston Ray,
welcomed Alyssa home.


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Shaun Sundance Smith
Shaun Sundance Smith was born to Austin and Jen-
nifer Smith at 7:08 p.m. on March 16. He weighed in at
seven pounds and was 20 inches in length.
Shaun was welcomed home by his big sisters, Desiree
and Destiny.


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qualified applicant's duties
would be to setup and teach
classes in basic computer
literacy, provide one-on-
one computer assistance
and assist students in the
use of pre-GED computer
programs.
The other position will
be with the LVWC orga-
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set up and teach classes in
basic computer literacy at
the Caryville Library and
Literacy Center, do one-on-
one computer assistance,
and assist students with
pre-GED preparation with
both books and computer
programs.
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either of these positions
should contact Linda Mari-
naccio at the LVWC office
located in the Washington-
Holmes Technical Center,
757 Hoyt Street, Chipley,
or call (850) 638-6317.

Woodturners'
Guild meets
The Emerald Coast
Woodturners' Guild will
hold its monthly meeting
on April 8 from 9:00 a.m.
till noon at the Freeport
Community Center oi
"HM y. 331 in Freepbfrt.
This month's demon-
stration will be turning
bowls by Paul Sherman.
Open to anyone interested
in woodturning.
For more information
please call Ron Ferreira
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Mustang
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The Florida Wild Horse
and Burro Association will
hold a Mustang Awareness
Day at Circle D Ranch in
Marianna from 8 a.m. to 5
p.m. April 22.
For more information,
contact Gwilda Byrd, 850-
579-1049, Terri Albritton,
850-638-8764 or Maria
Wilson, 850-537-9752.

Literacy
Volunteers
Literacy Volunteers of
Washington County, Inc
is seeking volunteers to
become Laubach Certified
Tutors and help an adult
learn to read. Call Linda
Marinaccio at 638-6317.

USDA loans
Through USDA, Rural
Development assistance is
available to qualified local
residents in Holmes, Wash-
ington, and eligible areas
of Bay County through the
agency's Home Repair and
Improvement Loan and
Grant Program.
Rural Development
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loans to homeowners who
meet the income guidelines
and need work completed
on their homes. Loans and
grants are made to remove
health and safety hazards.
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their 60th Wedding Anniversary on Saturday, April 8 at `2:
00 p.m. The reception will be held at Evergreen Baptist
Church located on Highway 179A, approximately five
miles north of Westville. All friends and family are in-
vited to help celebrate this special occasion.

Adult craft workshops
The Washington County Public Library is sponsoring
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 reg.
istration. To register for the classes, go by 1444 Jackson
Ave. (Highway 90) and ask for Linda or Sandy. Classes
include a pine straw basket class on April 25 and 27.

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*: Application deadlines
for Chipola College's Basic
Corrections day and eve-
ning courses are April 20
and 27. The evening class
begins April 24 and will
meet weeknights from 5:30
to' 9:30 p.m. A.day class is
scheduled to begin May 2.
Applicants must be at
S. least 19 years of age, be of
good moral character, pos-
Ssess a valid driver's license,
earn a passing score on the
Florida-Basic Abilities Test
S(FBAT) and meet FDLE
requirements. Students are
encouraged to apply early
due the extensive applica-
tion process. For informa-
tion, call (850) 718-2394.
*The Chipola College
'Show Choir will hold au-
ditions Thursday. April 13.
with call-backs April 14 in
S the Chipola Arts Center.


Washington County
Christian School an-
nounces its third nine
weeks honor rolls for the
: 2005/06 school year.
First Grade All As
:' : Kaylee Finch, Shelby
S-::Newsome. Isabella Owens,
Zachary Williams.
First Grade A/B
Lexi Brasher, Zoe
Thacker, Rylea Destival,
Abbye Haddock. Heidi
-Hutzel, Korinna Mantesta,
Shane Reed.
Second Grade All As
Katie Griggs, Caleb
Steele.
Second Grade A/B
Dillon Brock, Haley
Bynum.
Third Grade -All As
Kelsey Gilley. Trent Pat-
terson. Deanna Wells.
Third Grade -A/B
Tyler Bailey. Kennessee
Cauley. Hannah Coleman,
Reagan Desti'al. Ceona
S Hall. Beth Hendrix, Zane
Shafer. Jacob Parmer,
Adriana Belcher.
Fourth Grade All As
Jessica Belser, Casey
Wade.
Fourth Grade A/B
Austin Reed, Codi
Smith.
Fifth Grade All As
SNone listed
Fifth Grade A/B
Tiffany Laurie. HilarN
Shumaker.
Sixth Grade A!l As
: Dan Wells. Caleigh
S Wells
Sixth Grade A/B
Tim Seaboch. B\ron
S Shores
Seventh Grade All As
SMicaela Goines. Marli
Sullivan.
Seventh Grade -A/B
S None listed


Interested incoming
freshmen and current
Chipola students are en-
couraged to audition. All
students should come with:
comfortable clothes and
shoes for the dance audition;
a completed Show Choir
Application (available in
the Fine Arts Office or at
www.chipola.edu (Fine
and Performing Arts Page
- Music Department) and
an accompanied vocal solo.
Those auditioning should.
bring either an accompani-
ment track, cassette or CD,
or an accompanist. Unac-
companied auditions are
not accepted. Auditions
begin at 4 p.m., Thursday,
April 13, with call-backs at
4 p.m., Friday, April 14. .
The Show Choir per-
forms throughout the pan-
handle for schools, ci ic


Roulhac Middle School
announces the third nine
weeks honor rolls for the
school year 2005/06.
Grade Six All As
Kacey Aukema, Amber
Hailes, Luke Hinson, Mat-
thew Kennison, Randell
Kester, Michael Pritchard,
Cozetta Register, Meredith
Saunders.
Grade Six A/B
Kendall Alderman,
Allison Ates, Joshua Ay-
cock, Sufyan Binmahfooz.
Samuel Carroll, Cory
Chamberlin, Marissa Cole-
man, Kayla Cook, Tryler
Crutchfield, Holley Cutts,
Cody Daniels, Quinton
Goynes, Olivia, Guettler,
Mattea Harbour, Hadley
Harris, Ebone Hooks.
Joshua Johnson. Mariah
Joiner, Neporia Kennedy.
Cod\ Kriser. Christopher '
Lawson, Asia Mckenzie.
Lacey Mead, Tia Merriel.
Jaclyn Morris, Angel Mul-
lins, James Myers, Joshua
Myers, Derek Nelson, Kat-
lyn Nelson, Tyler Oliver,
Cameron Owens, JanaeI
Ritter, Maya Roulhac.
Mallery Rowell, Jessica
Singleton, Taylor Smelcer,
T'Keah 'Starks, Leeazia
Taylor, Tori Taylor, Austin
\Vendeborn.
Grade Seven All As
Cierra Corbin, Britiney
Dilmore. Nlarissa Gibson.
Dustin Godfrey. Lathan
Harwell. Joanna Peters.
Erin Solger. Jacob So%%ell.
Gregor\ Veit. Crystal Wed-
derburn. Nina Wigginton.
Nleghan Wilder.
Grade Seven A/B
Ashle\ A ers. Katie
Baxter. Jared Bozarth.
Nlichaela Bruner. Cullen


organizations and Chipola
district events. The Show
Choir has won awards at
the Invitational Show Choir
Workshop; has participated:
in the Florida Commu-
nity College Show Choir
Festivals; has been guest
performer on Royal Carib-
bean and Carnival Cruise
lines. The January Show
Choir JAZZMATAZZ con-
certs ha\e been sellouts for
eight consecutive years.
All choir members must
take a Show Choir class
for credit and register for
MUNI370 or MUN2371.
Scholarships are available
and must be applied for
at the time of the audition.
Forms are available on the
Web or in the Fine Arts Of-
fice. For information, con-
tact the Fine and Perform-
ing Arts office at 718-2227.


Chance, Chelsea Collins,
Rebecca Day. Victoria
Grimes, Somer Gustason.
Carly Hartzog. Brittany
Jernigan. Mary Marcogu-
iseppe, Jonathan McPhie,
Anagabriela Medina.
Kara Miner. Colby Obert.
Meghan Pettis. Christopher
Pleas, Alexandria Richter.
Megan Shirah. Ryan
Smith,. Haley Smothers
Jacqualyn Stanley. Em-
ily Stewart. Caleb Watkins.
Megan Yaudas. Hannah
Young.,
Grade Eight All As
Mariah Carter. Chelsea
Dalton, Tanner Gilbert.
Adriane Guettler,. Colby
Hartzog.. Holley, Hinson.
Amber Junod. Eugenie
Lankist, Olivia Lassiter.
AlI ssa Munns. Casey
Norris, Jessica O'Keefe.
Carlee Owens. Roderick
Roq ill: Hillary -Saundrs.
Lana Skipper. Kayla Todd,
Lydia Wedderburn. Pres-
ton Wilson.
Grade Eight A/B
Kattarina Albasini. John
Baxter. Katyn Christmas.
Ryan Cutts. Katie Davis.
Randall Davis, Sharon
Davis. Philip Demonbreun.
Alberto Dominguez, Sara
Gore. Chase Hambright.
Angelea James. Mary Mal-
loy. Michelle Mastison.
Kayla Mockridge. Jackie
Morris. James Maynard,
Mary Nicholson. Dishaal
Patel. Kiley Rehberg. Ta-
sha Richeter. Le'Thera
Robinson. Shelby Rus-
tin. Meghan Salter, Gary
Shenck. Kayla Shores.
Victoria Syfrett. Jennifer
Thompson. Emma Tra-
wick. Amber Vranich, Bri-
anna Webb. Roger Wheeler.
William Whittington.


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or Joan Stadsklev, Director
of Fine and Performing
Arts at Chipola College, at
718-2301.
*Chipola College will of-
fer a variety of short cours-
es in the coming weeks.
A Cake Decorating II
class will meet Thursdays,
April 2 through 30 from
6 to 8:30 p.m. Cost is
$41. An Advanced Level
Cake Decorating III class
will meet Thursdays, May 4
through 25 from 6 to 8:30
p.m. Cost is $41.
A. 20 Hour Childcare
Training course will meet
April 1 & 8 from 7 a.m. to
5 p.m. Cost is $76. A 10
Hour Childcare Training
(developmentally appropri-
ate practices, 3-5 year olds)
course will meet Ma\ 6
from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Cost
is $38.


English and
Spanish classes
Shiloh Baptist Church is
offering free English class-
es for those International
people living and working
in the area.
Classes in individual
or group settings, from
low beginner to advanced
classes are held weekly.
-The free English class is
held in the old sanctuary,
Sunday afternoons from 4
-6 pm.
Spanish classes are held
on Monday from 4:45 6:
15 p.m. in the old sanctu-
ary.
There is a small charge
of $5 for an individual and
$10 for a family
These classes are open
to the public, all are \vel-
come to attend.
For more information.
call the church office at


An introuucion to
Computers with Internet
for Seniors class will meet
March 30 from 9 a.m. to
noon. Cost is $24.
The Continuing Educa-
tion Department also offers
custom motivational work-
shops for businesses and
organizations. The follow-
ing are available: Eat That
Frog: Stop Procrastinating
and Get More Done in Less
Time; Whale Done: The
Power of Positive Relation-
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of Expectations; Discuss-
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Subjects will include
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For dates and
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Miss Holmes -
County April 29
The Miss Holmes Coun-
ty Pageant will be held Sat-
urday, April 29, at Holmes
County High School. Age
categories are Future Little
Miss (kindergarten), Little
Miss (first grade), Jr. Miss
(8 10 grade), and Miss
(ages 17 21).
This is a preliminary to
the National Peanut Pag-
eant to be held in October
2006. Registration will be
Saturday, April 1, from 12
- 3 p.m., at the First Baptist
Church education annex.
The pageant for all the
other age divisions will be
Saturday, March 25.
For more information,
call Wanda at 547-1902,
or 373-7125 or Bernyce at
547-3474, or 373-8104.

Miss Bonifay
The Bonifay Pageant
Committee is now accept-
ing applications for Miss,
Junior Miss and Little Miss
Bonifay pageants.
The annual pageant will
be held April 22 at Holmes
County High School audi-
torium.
Winners will compete in
the National Peanut Festi-
val Pageant.
Little Miss contestants


HC Council on
Aging activities
Senior citizens who are
60 and older are invited to
join the Holmes Council on
Aging in Bonifay for a hot
meal at 11 a.m. each week,
Monday through Friday.
Recreation is provided
for those who would like to
play bingo and win prizes.
. Exercise- class will be
held Mondays and Fridays
from 11 until 11:30 a.m.

Motorist
Awareness
System
The Florida Department
of Transportation (FDOT)
recently introduced the
Motorist Awareness Sys-
tem (MAS) to its contrac-
tors and the traveling pub-,
lic in an effort to increase
work zone safety and mo-
torist convenience.
To find out more about
FDOT's safety efforts, visit
www.itseveryonesjob.com
or the department's Web
site at www.dot.state.fl.us.

PSHS Project
Graduation
Poplar Springs High


must be in the first grade.
Junior Miss contestants
must be in eighth or ninth
grade, and Miss contes-
tants must be 17 by Octo-
ber 1, 2006.
All contestants must at-
tend Bonifay Elementary,
Bonifay Middle, or Hol-
mes County High School.
Applications may be
picked up at any school.

Miss Washington
County April 29
The Miss Washington
County beauty pageant, a
National Peanut Festival
preliminary, will be held
April 29 in the Chipley
High School auditorium.
There will be categories
for ages four through 21.
Little Miss and Miss
Washington County will
go on to compete in the
National Peanut Festival
pageant held in October.
The theme for the pageant
will be "kick up your heels"
and have a western flavor.
Sponsors and business
ads are welcome. For more
information, contact Deb-
by at (334) 596-4673.

Miss Poplar
Springs pageant
.Poplar Springs Alumni
will sponsor the Miss Polar


School Project Graduation
will sell chicken plates Fri-
day, April 7 on the corer
of Larry Cook's next to
Hwy. 90 for a $5 donation.
Everyone is asked to come
out and support the seniors.
For more information, call
Peggy Trant at 547-3717.

Gritney VFD
Gritney Fire-Rescue is
looking for volunteer fire
fighters.
Our community is grow-
ing at a rapid pace and we
need additional help.
Gritney fire department
provides in-house state
certified training with
state certified Instruc-
tors. All fire fighters have
to complete 160 hours of
fire fighter training (FF1).
Anyone interested in join-
ing should be at least 18
YOA, have a Florida driv-
ers license, pass a drug
screen and be able to work
with others.
We need people who
work all shifts to be avail-
able in the day, evening
Sor night to respond to
emergency calls. We hold
monthly meetings on the
first Monday night of the
month at 6:00 P.M. and
commit one night a month


Springs beauty pageant on
Friday, April 7 and Satur-
day, April 8 at the school
cafeteria/auditorium. The
pageant will begin at 6 p.m.
both nights. There is a $35
entry for each contestant.
Baby Miss, Toddler Miss
and Tiny Miss contestants
are required to live in the
Poplar Springs community
or have a relative attending
Poplar Springs School.
The schedule of pageant
activities and the dress
code for each group is as
follows:
Friday night pageant:
Baby Miss (0-12 months)
Sunday wear; Toddler
Miss (13-23 months)
Sunday wear; Tiny Miss
(2-3 years) heirloom dress;
Future Little Miss 4, 5,
and 6 years old) heirloom
dress (Pre K-Kindergar-
ten); Miss Primary 2nd 3rd
grade) pageant wear; and
Miss Elementary (4th-5th
grade) pageant wear.
Saturday night pageant:
Little Miss Poplar Springs
(1st grade only) heirloom
dress, no makeup, light
lipstick or lip gloss; Pre-
Teen (6th grade only) pag-
eant wear; Jr. Miss (7t-8't
grade) pageant wear; Teen
Miss (9h, 10t and 11th
grade, if not in the Miss
Poplar Springs pageant)
pageant wear; and Miss


to training.
For information or to
join call Chief Jerry Hall at
548-4707 or cell 373-8035

VHS Project
Graduation
Vernon High School
Project Graduation Com-
mittee is currently seeking
donations toward the Proj-
ect Graduation Luau.
Project Graduation is
an all night substance free,
parent sponsored event that
provides the graduating
class a night to celebrate
their commencement in a
secluded chaperoned en-
vironment. It takes place
immediately following
commencement exercises.
In addition to the luau,
each participant will re-
ceive a souvenir t-shirt.
The committee also plans

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Poplar Springs, pageant
wear.
Interviews will be held
at Poplar Springs Confer-
ence Room.
All contestants will need
to arrive at the school cafe-
teria no later than 5:45 p.m.
the night of their pageant
for pictures.
Admission for the pag-
eant is $4 per person, chil-
dren three years and under
are free. For more informa-
tion, contact Teresa Bush
at 263-4744 (day) or 263-
3072 (night).

Miss Chipley
pageant April 8
The Chipley Junior
Woman's Club will host
the Miss and Little Miss
Chipley pageants. The
annual pageant will be
held Saturday, April 8 at
the Chipley High School
(CHS) auditorium. Win-
ners will go on to compete
in the, National Peanut Fes-
tival pageant.
Little Miss contestants
must be in the first grade
and Miss contestants must
be 17 by October 1, 2006.
All contestants must attend
a Chipley school or live in
Chipley.
For more information,
contact Stephanie Orr at
(850) 638-7860.


to furnish door prizes for
class members.
To make a financial do-
nation or contribute a door
prize toward this event,
contact Belinda Howell
at 850-535-1493, Donna
Green at 850-535-2111
(home) or 850-774-4839
(cell) or Vernon High
School, at 850-535-2046.


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purchase a memorial brick. Call 850-836-5209.

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Marvin Patterson, 86
Marvin Lewis "Pat"
Patterson of Bonifay died
March 27 at Bay Medical
Center in Panama City. He
was born Oct. 6, 1919, in
Forest, Va., to William Earl
and Della Patterson.
Patterson was a WWII
Army veteran and retired
Civil Service employee.
He had lived in Bonifay
for 30 years.
In addition to his parents,
Patterson was preceded in
death by a sister, Willie
Earl Wagner.
Survivors include his
wife, Ruby Lee Sines Pat-
terson of Bonifay; two
sons and a daughter-in-law,
Lewis and Rossane Patter-
son, and Richard Patterson,
all of Gulfport, Miss.; two
daughters and a son-in-law,
Nancy Alexander of Slidell,
La., Judy and Charlie Doty
ofNecaise Crossing, Miss.;
and a brother, John Patter-
son of Titusville.
Funeral services were
held March 31 in the fu-
neral home chapel with
the Rev. John Foxworth
officiating.
Burial was in Vernon
City Cemetery with Peel
Funeral Home of Bonifay
directing.
Sarah T. Durrell, 70
Sara Tison Durrell died
March 25 at her home in
Bonifay. She was born Dec.
10, 1935, to Edward Hiram
and Pearl Meeker Tison
and grew up in Bonifay.
Durrell graduated from
Holmes County High
School and attended
business college in Jack-
sonville where she lived
until her family moved to
Savannah, Ga. She retired
as a legal secretary with
attorney Murray A. Galin
and she and her husband,
Buddy, established and
Owned R-Own Printing,
SB.D. Printing and Tee's
Barbeque.
In addition to her par-
ents, she was preceded
in death by her husband,
George W. Durrell Jr.; a
brother, Tom Tison, and a
sister, Ruth T. Helms.
Survivors include her
son and daughter-in-law,
G.W. and Sharon Durrell
III; a daughter and son-in-
law, Connie and Benny
Boyette; two brothers and
sisters-in-law, Jack and
Hazel Tison of Bonifay,
Harry and Ann Tison of
Port St. Joe; two sisters
and a brother-in-law, Etha
and Tom Connor of Adel-
phi, Md., and Nell Ridens
of Desdemona, Texas, and
five grandchildren.
Services were March 27
in the funeral home chapel
with the Rev. Eddie Dees
officiating. Burial was in
Gravel Hill Cemetery in
Pooler, Ga., with Fairhaven
Funeral Home of Garden
City, Ga., directing.
Memorials may be made
to Hospice of Savannah,
P.O. Box 13190, Savannah,
Ga. 31416.
Patricia Lewis, 70
Patricia Fay Lewis of
Ponce de Leon died March
27 at Doctors Memorial
Hospital in Bonifay. She
was born April 6, 1935,
in Braintree, Mass., the
daughter of Raymond Vic-
tor and Emily Margarett
Alfrey Garland.
In addition to her par-
ents, she was ,preceded
in death by her husband,
James Lewis.
Survivors include a son,
Lee McCarthy of Ponce
de Leon; three daughters,
Fay Forehand of Westville,
Wendy Nowell and Patricia


McCarthy, both of Chipley;
and two brothers, Ray Gar-
land of Farmington, New
Hampshire and Don Gar-
land of Rochester, N.H.
There were no services.
The body was donated to
the University of South
Alabama in Mobile for re-
search. Peel Funeral Home
of Bonifav was in charge


of arrangements.
Edna J. Redmon, 79
Edna Jewell Redmon of
Westville died March 31
at her home following a
long illness. She was born
Nov. 18, 1926, in Holmes
County, daughter of the
late William G. and Idell
Bassett Baxley. She was a
homemaker.
Redmon was preceded
in death by her husband,
Lloyd Redmon, and a
daughter, Mary Helen Kel-
ley.
Survivors include three
daughters and sons-in-law,
Eleanor and Lex War-
ren, Christine and John
Daniel Day, all of Sam-
son, Ala., Margene and
Harold Collingsworth of
Darlington; six sons and
three daughters-in-law,
Shelton Larry Redmon of
DeFuniak Springs, Milton
Carl and Dinky Redmon,
Donnie Evans Redmon,
Phillip Lamar and Regina
Redmon, Micah Keith and
Sherrie Redmon of Crest-
view, Archie Kelvin and
Lori Redmon, all of West-

ville, 12 grandchildren, 13
great-grandchildren and
one step-great-grandchild.
Funeral services were
held April 3 at Reedy As-
sembly of God Church
with the Revs. James
Moody, Jimmy Eddins and
Gordon Morrison officiat-
ing.
Burial followed in the
church cemetery with Pit-
tman Funeral Home of Ge-
neva, Ala., directing.
Katherine Heppard, 98
Katherine Lee Hall
Heppard of Bonifay died
March 31 at Doctors Me-
morial Hospital. She was
the daughter of the late Ar-
chie Baul and Gracie Mae
Morrison.
In addition to her par-
ents, she was preceded
in death by her husbands,
Minter Hall and Roland
Heppard; a son, Minter.
"Bud" Hall; nine brothers
and four sisters.
Survivors include three
daughters, Louise Hall,
Mary Whitehurst and Myra
Ferguson, all of Bonifay;
two sisters, Mary O. Mc-
New of Pensacola and
Hazel Adkins of Ochopee;
18 grandchildren, 46 great-
grandchildren and 41 great-
great-grandchildren.
Services were held April
3 at Live Oak Assembly of
God Church with the Rev.
Kenneth Martin officiat-
ing.
Burial was in Glenwood
Cemetery, Chipley, with
Peel Funeral Home of
Bonifay directing.
Jim Finklea, 64
Jim Finklea of Caryville
died March 11 at Bay
Medical Center, Panama
City. He was a native of
Caryville in Washington
County.
Finklea was of the Bap-
tist faith. He was a con-
struction worker.
Survivors include two
children, Jackie Finklea
of Detroit, Mich., and
James Lavette Finklea
of Caryville; a sister, El-
lawease Potter and hus-
band, Clarence, of Vernon;
two brothers, Isacc Gear-
ing and Dave Finklea of
Bonifay, and many other
relatives and friends.
Services were March 18


at St. Matthews' Baptist
Church in Caryville with
the Rev. Price Wilson and
the pastor, Rev. James
Johns officiating.
Burial followed in the
church cemetery with
Cooper Funeral Home of
Chipley directing.
Larry C. Best, 52
Larry Carlson Best of
Chipley died March 28 at
Northwest Florida Com-
munity Hospital. He was
born in Panama City Aug.
12, 1953, to the late Rob-
ert Ellis and Cora Belle
Hughes Best. He was a life-
long resident of Florida.
Survivors include a son
and daughter-in-law, Ben
and Kelly Best of Chipley;
two daughters, Leona Best
and Tasha Best, both of
Chipley; a brother, Jeff
Best of Dothan, Ala.; one
sister and brother-in-law,
Brenda and Donnie Peters
of Dothan; the mother of
his children, Gail Best, and
four grandchildren.
Memorialization was by
cremation. A private fam-
ily service was held April
I at Gap Pond with Peel
Funeral Home of Bonifay
directing.
Brittany Stanaland, 14
Brittany Michelle
Stanaland of Bonifay died
March 29 at M.D. An-
derson Cancer Center in
Houston, Texas. She was
a ninth grader at Holmes
County High School. ,
Britany was preceded in
death by her father, Elder
Jesse Stanaland, pastor of
Bethel Primitive Baptist
Church.
Survivors include her
mother, Jerry (Reams)
Stanaland of Bonifay;
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Wesley Stanaland Sr. of
Bonifay; a brother, Michael
Stanaland of Chipley; three
sisters, ,Catherine Stana-
land, of Crest.view.,,Holley
Ann Stanaland of Bonifay
and Miranda Ann Wood of
DeFuniak Springs.
Services were held.
April 3 at Bethel Primitive
Baptist Church with Elder
Bobby Willis officiating.
Burial was in the church
cemetery with Sims Fu-
neral Home of Bonifay
directing.
Silas Clark, 75
Deacon Silas Clark of
Bonifay died March 17 at
his home there. A native of
Philadelphia, Miss., he had
lived in Syracuse, N.Y.,
most of his adult life be-
fore relocating to Bonifay
in 1996.
He was a member of
Mt. Zion Baptist Church in
Bonifay, and also attended
Mt. Calvary Missionary
Baptist Church in Vernon.
Survivors include his
wife of 31 years, Eula
Bradley Clark of Bonifay;
a daughter and son-in-law,
Christine and Larry Brown
of Syracuse; two sons,
Gregory Clark of Atlanta,
Ga., and David Clark of
Syracuse; step-daughter,
Cheryl McArthur; two.
step-sons, Adrian Kirkland
and wife, Felicia, of Syra-
cuse and Joshua Kirkland
of Glenn Falls, N.Y.; three
sisters, Ora D. Young and
Patricia Holifield, both of
Fort Wayne, Ind., Chester
Wheeler of Detroit, Mich.;
and one brother and sis-
ter-in-law, Edell and Jean


Clark of Gary, Ind., several
grandchildren and many
other relatives and friends.
A wake service was
held March 24 at Mt. Zion
Baptist Church in Bonifay.
The funeral was March'
25 at Mt. Calvary Baptist
Church in Vernon with the
Rev. R.E. Hudson, the pas-
tor, Rev. Henry Taylor, and
Bishop Richard Jenkins of-
ficiating.
Burial followed in
Bonifay Cemetery with
Cooper Funeral Home of
Chipley in charge of ar-
rangements.
Tommie
Shackelford Sr., 60
Tommie Shackelford
Sr. of Chipley died March
21 at Southeast Alabama
Medical Center in Dothan,
Ala. A native of Miami, he
had lived in Washington
County for many years.
He was a veteran of the
Vietnam War and a mem-
ber of Grant Tabernacle
A.M.E. Church.
Survivors include three
children, Charles Shack-
elford- of Kentucky, Louis
and Tommie Shackelford
Jr. of Miami; two broth-
ers and a sister-in-law,
William and Mary Shack-
elford of Manhattan, N.Y.
and T. Frank Shackelford
of Miami; three sisters and
a brother-in-law, Maude
and Milton Lawrence of.
Miami, Joanne Scott of
Concord, N.C. and Martha
Bell of Rochester, N.Y.;
one granddaughter and
many other relatives and
friends.
Funeral services were
March 25 at Grant Taber-
nacle A.M.E. Church with
the Rev. Larry Brown of-
ficiating.
Burial followed in St.
Joseph Cemetery with
Cooper Funeral Home of
Chipley directing.
Riuthie, Eastling.49 i; ,
Ruthie Mae Lewis East-
ling of Geneva, Ala., died
Feb. 21. She was born Jan.
21, 1957, in Oregon City,
Oregon.
She was preceded in
death by her parents, Wal-
ter and Betty Lou Petrie
Zawicki and Roy Lewis.


Survivors include two
sons, C.J. Eastling and
wife, Amanda, of Bonifay
and Michael Radan of Ge-
neva, Ala.; a sister, Donna
Riffle and husband, Dan, of
Spokane, Wash.; a brother,
David Petrie and Everette,
Wash.; two grandchildren,
several nieces and neph-
ews and a great niece
Graveside services were
held Feb. 25 at Izagora
Methodist Church Cem-
etery in Holmes County
with Dan Riffle delivering
the eulogy, and Sorrells
Funeral Home of Geneva
directing.
Marvin O. Green, 64
Mavin Otis Green of
Blountstown died March
22 in Bay Center Nursing
Home. A native of Panama
City, he was formerly of
Vernon.
Green was a 1959 grad-
uate of Rosenwald High
School. He was of the
Methodist faith.
Survivors include his
wife, Alfreda Green; a
sister, Luthel Henderson;
three brothers and two sis-
ters-in-law, Harvey Green.
Arthur and Loretta Green,
all of Panama City, Mayo
and Betty Green of Polk
City; many nieces, neph-
ews, relatives and friends.
Funeral service was
April 1 at Sylvania A.M.E.
Church in Vernon with
Minister Hezekiah Gipson
and the Rev. Freddie Tellis,
officiating.
Burial was in the church
cemetery with Cooper
Funeral Home of Chipley
directing.
Katie Phelps, 93
Katie Phelps of Orlando
died March 28. She, her
husband, Horace, and
daughter, Joyce, were for-
mer residents of Vernon.
She had worked at Vernon
High School which Joyce
attended ..;:-i-: .
Katie enjoyed sewing
and gardening.
Survivors include her
daughter, Sarah Joyce
Gatrell; a brother, Jim Wil-
liams of Bonifay; sisters-
in-law, Helen Coleman of
Columbus, Ga., and Emma
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and nieces.
Funeral services were
April 1 in the funeral home
chapel with her pastor
from Shenandoah Baptist
Church in Orlando offici-
ating.
Burial followed at Cha.
pel Hill Cemetery with
Carey Hand Colonial Fu*
neral Home of Orlando
directing.
Henry A. Monk, 83
Henry Artimus Monk
of Coffee Springs. Ala..
died March 31. He was
born Jan. 21, 1923, in
Holmes County to the late
Henry Allen and Mary Ann
Padgett Monk. He lived in
the Eden Baptist Church
community, buying a home
there in 1949.
He was a World War II
combat veteran, having
served in the European
Theater from October 1944
to August 1946.
Monk was a successful
peanut farmer for 49 years.
After 18 years of service
with the Geneva County
Road arid Bridge Depart.
ment. he retired on Dec. 31
1999. not intending to work
one day in the new century.
He said he thought he had
\worked enough in the last.
.He. was preceded in
death by his parents, one
sister, Beulah Bracewell,
and two brothers, D.T. and
A.D. Monk.
Survivors iJnclude his
wife of 58 years, Esther
Ree Hogan Monk of
Coffee Springs; three
daughters and sons-in-law.
Sylvia and Pat Hughes of
Geneva, Sheila and Galen
Daughtry of Fort Walton
Beach, Sherri and Martin
Matter of El Paso, Texas
and two grandchildren.
Graveside services were
April 3 in Eden Baptist
Church Cemetery with the
Rev. Shane Taylor officiat-
ing and Sorrells Funeral
Home of Geneva direct-
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PAHN meetings
The Panhandle Area
Health Network, Inc.
(PAHN) has the following
meeting schedule for ,the
month of April.
*Fetal and Infant Mortal-
ity Review at 5:30 p.m., on
Monday, April 24, at Cen-
tral Jackson Community
Hospital in Marianna.
*Panhandle Area Drug &
Alcohol Abuse Prevention
Coalition Tuesday, April
25, at 11:30 a.m., Central
Gazebo Coffee Shop &
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*PAHN Community Ad-
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on Thursday, April 27, 11:
30 a.m., Panhandle Area
Health Network Confer-
ence Room, Marianna.
PAHN a non-profit
corporation of health
care providers working to
strengthen the health care
system in Calhoun, Hol-
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Washington counties. Lo-
cations of the meetings are
alternated among the five
counties and all meetings
are open to the public.
Call 850-482-9088.


Cecil Saunders, 70
Cecil Roger Saunders'
of Westville died March
131. He was born in Holmes
County Feb. 17, 1936, to
the late Will Roger and
Ruby Lee Weeks Saunders.
He lived in the Royals
Crossroads community.
Saunders enjoyed farm-
ing and working with his
cattle. He tatight a Sunday
school class at Darlington
Baptist Church where he
had been a member for
several years. He had
taught school in Holmes
,County for 30 years, in-
cluding Bethlehem, Pros-
,perity, Bonifay and Ponce
rdeiLeon.; : : .
Survivors include his
wife of 50 years, Juanita
Powell Saunders of West-
ville; two daughters, Rhon-
da Clyatt of Panama City,
Ronita Hinote and hus-
band, Tommy, of DeFuniak
Springs; two sisters, Mary
Sue Nolen, Ann Taylor and
husband, Joe, all of West-
ville; three grandchildren,
several nieces and neph-
ews and a host of friends.
Funeral services were
April 2 in the funeral home
chapel with the Rev; Terry
Smith officiating.
Burial followed in the
Hurricane Creek Baptist
Church Cemetery with
Sorrells Funeral Home of
Geneva directing.
Memorial donations may
be made to the Darlington
Baptist Church Building
Fund or the American Can-'
cer Society.
Thelma H. Pert, 85
Thelma Hughes Pert of
Geneva, Ala., died March
19 following a brief illness.
She was born Nov. 30,
1920, in Geneva County,
Ala., to the late Burley and


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Carrie Bowen Hughes.
She lived in the Eunola
community and attended
Cornerstone Pentecostal
Ministries Church.
In addition to her par-
ents, she was preceded
in death by her husband,
Marion Sterling "Sonny"
Pert; a daughter, Linda
Davis; two brothers, one
daughter-in-law, Wanda
Pert, and a granddaughter.
Survivors include three
daughters and sons-in-law,
Joyce and Larry Taylor,
Shirley and Wesley Was-
son, all of Geneva, Janice
and Lamar Zorn of West-
ville; three sons, Jerry Da-
vis of Geneva, Flynn Pert
and wife, Lida, of Darling-
ton, John Pert of Malvern,
Ala.; four brothers, Burley
Hughes and Joe Hughes,
both of Geneva, Edward
Hughes of Trenton, Ray
Hughes of Texas; one
sister, Doris Strickland of
Louisville, Ky.; 14 grand-
children, 29 great-grand-
children.
Services were March 22
at Cornerstone Pentecostal
Ministries Church with the
Revs. Donnie Earles and
Keith Chamblee officiat-
ing.
Burial followed in the
Eunola City Cemetery with
Sorrells Funeral Home of
Geneva directing.
Memorial contributions
may be made to Eunola
City Cemetery.
Janice Carroll, 53
Janice Lee Carroll died
March 30 at her home
in Bonifay. She was the
daughter of the late J.W.
and Josephine Brown.
Survivors include her
husband, Wilton Carroll
of Bonifay; four daugh-
ters, Kimberly Taylor of


Bonifay, Denise McGowan
and husband, Shane, of
Ponce de Leon, Elizabeth
Carroll of Leonia and
Dana Carroll of Caryville;
four sons, Wilton Carroll
Jr., Jason Carroll and wife,
Krystal, all of Bonifay, Ste-
ven Carroll of Leonia and
Jerrimy Carroll and wife,
Sara, of DeFuniak Springs;
two sisters, Joyce Andrews
and Jeanette Brown, both
of Bonifay; three brothers,
Jerry Brown, Joe Brown
and James Brown, all of
Bonifay, and 13 grandchil-
dren.
Services were April 1
at Leonia Baptist Church
with the Rev. Stacey Staf-
ford officiating.
Burial was in Leonia
Cemetery with Sims Fu-
neral Home of Bonifay
directing.
Larry Alford, 59
Joseph Lawrence Alford
Jr. died March 31 after a
brief illness. He was born
Feb. 22, 1947, to the late
Ruth Whiddon Alford and
Joseph Lawrence Alford.
A native of Marianna, he
moved to New York in
1976 to pursue an active
career in theater.
Alford graduated from
Marianna High School
and earned an AA from
Chipdla Junior College.
He received a BA from the
University of West Florida
and an MFA in theater
from Florida State Univer-
sity. He taught at Chipola
Junior College for nine
years, directing 27 theater
productions. He also led
annual theater trips to New
York and had a profound
influence on his students,
some of whom have had
careers in film, television
and theater.


Before his big break,
Larry was a contestant on
such game shows as the
$25,000 Pyramid and Jack-
pot. In 1985, he directed
the Tony-nominated Jerry's
Girls. Among the actresses
who performed in the re-
view were Carol Channing,
Dorothy Loudon, Andrea
McArdle, Chita Rivera and
Leslie Uggams.
Alford also directed
productions for a number
of corporations. While
living in New York, he did
a great deal of charitable
work -. directing benefits
for AMFAR with Elizabeth
Taylor and for the Juvenile
Diabetes- Foundation with
Mary Tyler Moore.
In the late 90s, he began
dividing his time between
New York and Marianna,
eventually settling in Mar-
ianna where he cultivated
his love of folk art.
Survivors include his
sister, Diane Alford Mitch-
ell and husband, Jim, of
Quincy; two nephews, and
a great-niece and great-
nephew.
A memorial to celebrate
Alford's life will be an-
nounced by James & Sikes
Funeral Home of Mari-
anna.
Memorial donations
may be made to the Ameri-
can Cancer Society.


Bonifay Guild for the Arts
It is time to elect new officers at Bonifay Guild for the
Arts, Inc. Call 850 547-3530 and pick up an Officer Elec
tion Form at BGA. We are open Monday through Friday
at 9:30 am to 4 pm. The interview will be processed on
a first-come basis only.
Bonifay Guild for the Arts, Inc. is a non-profit organi-
zation looking for new officers, directors, and commit.
tees. This organization is open for the public to explore
their organizational, skills and talents. Bonifay Guild for
the Arts, Inc. mission statement is to provide art enrich.
ment in the community and in.neighboring counties.

Bluegrass festival
The third annual Blue Grass Spring Fling in Bristol.
will be held on Saturday, April 8, at Liberty County's
Veterans Memorial Civic Center. Gates will open at 8:
30 a.m. Music starts at 9:30 a.m. inside the civic center.
Featured bands include; River Town Girls from Blount,
stown; Crosscut from Panama City; Blue Shades of
Grass, and Silver & Gold from Tallahassee.
There will be craft vendors, fun for the kids, food, ex.
hibits, and a train ride through the back of the park.
Admission will be $5 per person. This event is spon-
sored by the Liberty County Arts Council; For informa.
tion call (850) 643-5491 or (850) 643-5235.

Buildings sought
The Washington County Historical Society is helping
Washington County Grants Officer Stacy Webb obtain
buildings for the Heritage Village planned for Daniels
Lake.
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real estate that appears to or violates federal and/or state law. valve job. $6995. neg.
527-1722, leave mes-
Psage.
1998 PONTIACTRANS-
S LIVES TOC PORT mini-van, 6-cyl,
SOD SOD SOD Quality seats seven, excellent
you can depend on! Irri- FREE TO GOOD home, shape inside & out, cold
gated, weed & pest con- full-blooded black lab. 1 air, loaded $5995. 547-
trolled. Centipede and St. yr old. (850)849-2754 9233
Augustine. Delivery and I-. 2000 FORD TAURUS
installation available. 8 Se 4 door, loaded 12-
mi. SW.of Chipley for disc CD changer, cloth
easy customer hauling! seats, tilt, cruise, top con-
Call anytime! Billy & Leo- LEOLA BROCK NURS- edition, 57,000 miles.850-
la Brock. (850)638-1202 ERIESLLC. Plants, trees 638-7511 or 850-326-
or (850)326-1500 & shrubs. Landscape 0210
WE BUY SELL & trade design, landscape con- 1999 MERCURY
Golf Carts. One gascart tracing, irrigation sys- SABLE 35,000 miles,
$1100. 535-4121 teams. 1788 White Road, like new, must sell, exce
Bonifay, FL 32425 le new, must sen, excel
SOD FOR SALE on the (Washington County) lent condition Pay of
farm, delivered or in- (850)638- 1202; only. 415-6683; 638-
stalled. Centipede and (850)326-1500 0083
419 Bermuda. WEST- 1987 LINCOLN
FLORIDA TURF AZALEAS ONLY $1.67! 1987 LINCOLNT
(850)63 8 4 8 6 0;. Other shrubs $1.87. An- TO R us good,0new
(850)415-0385. Estab- nuals, Day Lilies, Hang- exhaust 302 engine,
wished 1980. ing Baskets, Perennials, gd res, f2 moeino
Trees, more. Crapemyr: good tires, for more infor-
ROPER UPRIGHT ties and Japanese Mag- mation call 638-1311.
FREEZERn $60. 638- ties and Japanese Mag- $750
FREEZER $50. 638- nolias (Tulip Trees) on $750
8020 sale All Ways Growin' 1975 CORVETTE STIN-
THIRD ANNUAL CAR & Nursery, lic# 47222563, GRAY 105,000 original
Craft Show at Wausau .Tuesday thru Saturday, miles, completely re-
First Baptist Church. May 1658 Hwy 177-A, 11 stored inside & out. New
6. 10-2. Vendors wel- miles NW Bonifay, 850- paint. Call for more info.
come, free set up. For 547-2938 (850)638-8055 Mon-Fri
information call 638- SELL! SELL! SELL! $1 8-5
8259 ;.. : six pack FOR SALE 1997 Silver
COLOR COPIES $1. CIRCLE K NURSERY Camaro, T-Tops, 65K
COPIES 150 Washing- Licensed Grower. miles $10,500. 547-
ton County News, down- (850)638- 0886.; 3545.
town Chipley. (850)638-6622. Veget- 1998 BUICK REGAL
USED FENCE POSTS ants, toatoes, GS, red, gra leather in-
oSED FENCE POSTS peppers, all kinds! Okra, terior, 4.0L3800 Series II
good condition, 4 in., 6 squash, burplesscucum- Supercharged engine,

2146 be 83,000 miles, air, $7000.
CHPLEY FL R MAPHIS TREE FARM & (850)260-1149
CHIPLEY FLOWER.Nursery. It's planting 99 GRAND AM SE 4
GALLERY 829 Main Nrsry It' plantingg 99 GRAND AM SE 4
G 3LLERY 8298 Pain time! Come see us for door, excellent condition
(850)638-3398. Prom fruit and citrus trees, inside & out. Goodtrans-
corsages, boutonniers, Blueberries, Mayhaw, portalion asking$4000.
green plants, dish gar- Muscadines,.etc.. Flow- Call 263-4245 or cell
den, fresh flowers for all Call 263-4245 or cell
den fresh flowers for all ring shrubs such as Tea Phone 326-0446
occasions. Silkcemetery Olies, Loropetalum, In-
pots, baskets, table ar- dian Hawthorne, Holly 1991 SEDAN DEVILLE
rangements & .door repe Myrtle, Butterly for sale. 638-1090 after
wreaths. ./. Bushes, etc. Flowering 6pm.
1995 FLEETWOOD. cliree,incding 9M,4Ja 001 FORD EXPLORER
20FT pop-up ca.'oipePrl6~t'iMaghfidl~ Cf~a Ap- white, automatic, fully
WithA/C, gasstove, elec- pie, Drake Elm, Maples, loaded, 6 CD changer,
trick, sleeps 6. 638-0983, Oaks, Cleveland Pears, running boards, custom-
leave message. Dogwoods, much more. ized bra, $8000.
FOR SALE 2002 Salem We also have bedding (334)588-3141, cell
RV, sleeps.8, $11,000. plants, hanging baskets (850)418-0031
and a:assortment of -
(850)258-1417 Amr Dont foret 2000 BRONZE CHEVY
SNAPPER RIDING ourgift shopforgifts, bal- Malibu. 55,000 miles,
LAWNMOWER good loons, silk flowers and AC, CD player, tinted'
condition $450, call 415- Spring wreaths. We also power windows, new
6837 or 638-8979 have.homemade jellies stock speakers. Like
1987 CHEVY S10 P/U and our own honey. new $10,000. Call 849-
with cab over rack $700. Open Tues-Sat, 9am- '
John Deere mower 38" 5pm. (850)638-8243. 1979 CORVETTE
cut $374. Call 638-1151 814 Rattlebox Road, off Eveything brand new!
Orange Hill Highway, Must see to appreciate.
FERGUSON TRACTOR Chipley: 415-6820 $8000 or trade
VICON mower, NH for pick-up of equal
hayrake, Massey f value.
Ferguson 135, utility 2 N T -
trailer, 2 bottom plow, 2003 INFINITI G35 2-
aerator.547-2225, leave, $120 NEW FULL size doorCoupe, fully loaded,
message mattress set in plastic automatic & manual,
SNARE DRUM LIKE with warranty, can deliver leather, 6 disc, CD play-
new, $125.' (850)548- 850-222-2113 er, silver, sunroof, spor-
ty, well taken care of.
4796 $250 KING PILLOW top $24,000. Call (850)527-
YAMAHA mattress set, new, 9592; (850)547-5070,
4-WHEELER 2003 sealed plastic with war-. askforTyler.
Yamaha Warrior 350, six ranty. Can deliver. 850-
speed, very fast, must. 222-7783 -92 CHEVY CAPRICE
speed, very Classic SW Fully loaded,
see. $2000 obo. Call- $850 DINING ROOM seats. $28000BO. Ask
547-4903 brand new table + leaf, 6 for Karl. 547-4465
FOR SALE WASHER chairs, lighted chinacabi- 2001 O
and dryer $100 each net, still boxed,can de- 2001 OLDSMOBILE
runs excellent. 850-638- liver. 850-222-2113 AURORA excellent con-
dition, reg maint, white w/
7727 or 850-260-2295, FURNITURE & grey leather interior.
no answer leave mes- MATTRESSES Low, $6995. Call 547-2937
sage. low, low overhead guar-
anteeslow, low, lowpric- 1995 FORD ESCORT
es. P&S Discount Furni- wagon 1 owner, 4 cylin-
ture, Chipley. (Since der, Good condition
S1973) 850-638-4311 $2,200. OBO 638-2749
1999 COBIA MONTE NAME BRAND 93 MAZDA MX6 $1000
Carlo 19.8ES,speed' BROYHILLtablew/extra asis. 547-2401
pleasure boat 70mph leaf extension plus 6 1999 CADILLAC SE-
plus 5.7L Magnum H/O padded chairs in excel- DAN Deville, pewter/bur-
motor, Yamaha outdrive lent shape. Call Angie gundy leather. Fully load-
$8995. obo. (850)326- Miller547-4610 ed. Lifetime tire balanc-
0385
$550 BRANDNEW 6 pc g. Trailer hitch. 41,000
2003 HONDA $550 BRAND NEW 6 pc miles. Luxurious
GOLDWING 48,000 bedroom set, still in $20,999. (850)547-3342
miles, silver color, CB, boxes, can deliver. 850- or 763-6872
AM/FM radio, helmet w/ 222-9879
speakers' included. $150 A BRAND new
$12,000. 638-4251 ___ .B


BABY BUNNIES
DWARFS Rexes, "Meat
Type" Cages available.
Also, ducklings, chicks
and goslings. Polaroid
photos available. 547-
0224. The Kirkland :
FOR SALE LIMOUSINE
Bull 4yrs old $1500, Bred
Heifers $800; (850)956-
2690
CKC REGISTERED
YORKIE puppies, seri-
ous inquiries only. $800
males, $900 females.
Call James at (850)209-
8270
INSTANT EASTER
PHOTOS with live bunny
and props. $5. Bring in
ad for $1 off. 547-0224
The Kirklands, near
Bethany Baptist Church
of 79.


queen pillow top mat-
tress set. In plastic, war-
ranty. Can deliver 850-
545-7112
2 PIECE MICROFIBER
sofa & loveseat. Stain
resist. Brand new, life-
time warranty. Retail
$1300, sell $475. Can
deliver. 850-425-8374
$274 SOLID WOOD
sleigh bed, new in box,
can deliver 850-425-
8374
2 PC LEATHER sofa and
love. Brand new in crate,
can deliver. Lifetime war-
ranty. List $2000. Sac
$795. 850-222-7783
06 KING BEDROOM
set, bed, chest, TV
armoire, 2 nightstands,
brand new, Suggested
list $3200, must sell
$1000, can deliver 850-
545-7112


2000 DODGE 2500 Ram
Wagon V-8, PW, PL, ste-
-reo, dual A/C, 23,000
miles, very clean, must
sell, make offer. 850-
773-7737
96 JEEP CHEROKEE
excellent condition, Chi-
pley area. Red, $4000
firm. Call anytime
(352)535-5896 -
1999 ISUZU AMIGO
Convertible, brand new
clutch, transmission,
starter, timing belts. Ask-
ing $6500. 773-5720,
leave message ,
1974 CHEVY
CHEYENNE Super 20,
"a heavy duty toy hauler"
350/350, recent recondi-
tioned ground up. $8700.
773-1818, after 5pm


I AUTO


FOR SALE 1996 Ex-
plorer XLT, V-8, 4 door,
leather, loaded, custom
rims, Alpine stereo sys-
tem, tinted windows
$11,000.547-2502
2002 FORD EXPLOR-
ER XLT, excellent condi-
tion, fully loaded, keyless
entry, leather, dark sage
green. 81,000 miles.
$12,500. Call 526-
3619(w); 638-8104(h)
BEAUTIFUL 2004 RED
Dodge Durango SLT, A
head turner with 7 seats.
Dual Air, Sharp wheels.
12,000 miles; $26,000.
850-638-8882.
86 CHEVY PICKUP 350
motor, built, large cam,
runs good, body has
some rust, show its age
$1500. OBO. 547-0929
CHEVY SUBURBAN 3/
4 ton, Heavy Duty 4x4,
new A/C, tow package.
350 motor, AT, PS, PB,
new paint, parts & bat-
tery, 850-547-0448
1996 F150 XL Extended
cab, bedliner, dual tanks,
120K, good condition
$7000. 547-9396
1979 FORD EXPLOR-
ER collector's truck,
loaded, one owner, ga-
rage kept, mechanically
sound, $7000 value, ask-
ing $3500: 638-1321;
638-4541
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
99 FORD EXPLORER
XLT, leather, power win-
dows, locks, CD & cas-
sette, running boards. V-
6, $7000. Call 596-3774
FOR SALE 1999 Chevy
Suburban LT, 5.7 litre,
leather. CD. IronLrear
AC. 153.000 miles. Ask-
ing $8950. Call 850-956-
,1260
1970 GMC SUBURBAN
350, AT, PS, PB. New
paint, tires, runs great,
ready for car show.
$4900. OBO. 638-4682
FOR SALE 1999
F-150, low miles
$13,500. OBO. 100,000
mile warranty. 547-5960;
547-2228
1987 FORD F250 4x4
351 motor. Runs good,
great shape. $3800.
(850)415-6301
FOR SALE 2001 Ford
Expedition XLT, loaded,
42,000 miles, $17,000.
547-4830 between 6pm
& 8pm only. No collect
calls.
1975 DODGE TRUCK
Rebuilt engine, needs
manifold $900. Call 535-
4205
1989 FORD F-150 PU,
115,000 miles, runs great
$2000. 535-2608
1996 GMC JIMMY 4.3
V6, AT, AC, PW, 4-door,
very clean, $4500.
(850)260-1612
2001 FORD RANGER
XLT V-6, fully loaded,
auto-trans, 5 disc CD
player, Bedliner. Only,
53,000 miles. $7,900.
547-1688; 768-0135
2002 FORD RANGER
king Cab, step side, 6 cd.
changer, power windows
and doors, like new.
$12,000 (pay off) 850-
373-7755
1989 JEEP CHEROKEE
good condition, clean in-
terior, JVC CD player,
runs well. $1495 obo;
(850)2 60-5806;
(850)638-2560
96 FORD DULLY F350
gooseneck, brake sys-
tem, trim. package,.
bedliner, excellent condi-
tion $12,500. 535-2276


HOME


FOR SALE 2BR/1.5BA
brick home on large lot
inside Chipley city limits,
fenced area, 40x60
metal bldg w/ /2 bath, 2
covered RV spaces, one
with complete hookups.
Owner financing. 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


9228



EFFICIENCY
APARTMENTS FOR
rent; $65/wk, deposit re-
quired, no pets. Call 638-
1222 after 5pm
GRACELAND MANOR
APARTMENTS Rental
assistance on 1, 2 & 3
BR. HC & non-HC acces-
sible apartments. Call
850-263-4464,'DD/TTY
711. 5445 Brown Street,
Graceville, FL; Equal
Housing Opportunity.


175 acs, ell sepec. power
pole 5 ried ONLY $28,000
I ac In Tron wl septc, iry
water& power pole $53,000
DWL waterfront -63,000
4 a in lity lilmit- 545,000
4 7 acs Hay 79. new waell &
Surey. fenced- 588.000
146 acs wi, 300 on MHy 90,
good brusiries oc $112.000
30 asM wilt pond oaks &
seclu.ion Cnipley 220,000
21, acs HIwy 177. wAOded
wicree frontage 5262,500
Commercal. 3 5 acs Hwy 77.
well 8 bm $430,000
Commercial 5'acs on
r ^h.nl Da..r. rC....u m 4 U


FOR SALE 87 Dodge NEW 312 CARPORT
Ram 250 Van. Good me- Cathedral ceilings, up-
chanical condition. graded AC, wood, tile,
Makes excellent work: carpet floors, 1620 sq.ft,
$1250. Call eve- large master suite w/
van, $1250. Call eve- shower & tub. .9 acres,
nings after 5:30. 35- right 273, oUtside Chip-
9800 ley $185,000. (850)638-
96 F-150 loaded, $4000. 7384
547-2401
1995 FORD F-150 XLT,
extended cab, V8, auto,
power window, locks,
toolbox, cab steps, rails, 3 B R / 2 B A
rims, AM/FM cassette, DOUBLEWIDEIN Boni-
$7000 638-9630 fay. 373-8938; 535-
1341
1994 FORD RANGER 4
cy, 5 speed, cold air MIDDLE AGED CHRIS-
excellent condition TIAN couple, no child-
$3,5excellent conditioner, ren. seeking clean, 2BRi
$3500b, after3p.m., 2BA house to rent in
726-0193. country vicinity of Vernon
2000 HONDA ODYS- or Chipley. Please call
SEY EX Mini-Van, V6, 7pm-10pm& lpm-10pm
89,000 miles, good con- weekends. (850)373-
dition, gray cloth interior,: 8487 local number..
white exterior, $13,000 HOUSE FOR RENT
OBO. 547-0899 1BR/1BA references re-
1994 CONVERSION quired. 638-2999,
VAN V-6, cruise, power "GULF FRONT
windows, 106 k miles, CONDO" Thomas Drive,
looks and runs good. local owner, great rates
547-2180to local renters. 2BRi
57-20 2BA, sleeps 6. April thru
2005 CHEVY TRAIL- Mayal$795/wk plustax.
BLAZER ext 4x4. 8.000 638-1336 or 850-276-
miles, tan in color, 0091
loaded, LT edition,
$22,500. OBO. 547-I
0765, 527-4246
1990 CHEVY 1/2 ton
Z71, SWB, reg cab, FOR SALE 28X60 DW,
SilveradoPackage. New needs to be moved.
pts. $5500. Call Terry $30,000. (850)258-1417
547-3646. 7am-5pm FOR SALE 1998 Skyline
1998 FORD F150 good 32x804BR2BA. den. liv-
conditioh, cal for further ing room with large stone
information. (8501535- fireplace. new AC unit. 2
porches, must move,
4945 $47,000. Call 547-9667
2003DODGE RAM wl after 5pm.
Hemi 2500.7000+ miles. 16X80 3+2 1995 model
Icaded. $28.000. Must w. Iireplace. Home has
sell. (334)699-2382 new appliances, carpet,
a1998 OLDSMOBILE paint. $21,900, includes
1998 'LDSMOB ILE, set up, re-installed air.
SILHOUETTE Van dual skirting. Also, 1997
air, CD player, leather, 16x80 3+2 $22,900. Call
etc. Tan, 77,000 miles. Brad 1-866-732-7607
Mustseeanddrive toap- "Paul's Other Lot" in
preciate. 638-1138 ., Panama City.
1980 .DODG.;,- EX-' OLDER 24X52 MOBILE
TENDED work -vari" irome t-4x52"1ddhion,
$1500. 773-3892 oak cabinets, 3BR/2BA
must be moved, $12,000
97 DODGE 4-wheel odo. 850-638-4371 after
drive. 155,000 miles, 5pm.
looks and runs great NEW4+228X56
$6500 OBO. 263-9711' w/office room 10x12,
1987 FORD BRONCO $44.900 includes set up,
4WD, new motor 351 AC. sKirting, stove. relng-
winsor. Some after mar- eralor. dishwasher. glam-
ket pas. Good interior. our balh, plywood floors.
ket parts. Good interior. Call Brad 1-866-732-
Runs great. $3500. 547- 7607.
1778 after 3pm NEW 16X80 3+2 w/

93 FORD AEROSTAR glamour bath $35,900
extended van, runs Includes set up, AC, skirt-
great, good condition, ing. Call Brad 763-7780
$3000. 535-4898
1999 DODGE RAM
1500 V6 Magnum. Fully
loaded, mag wheels,
cruise control, stereo, 3 BEDROOM 2 bath
spray in bedliner, new. mobile home in mobile
i;res, 80.000 miles. Ex- home park, $385 with,
cellent condition. $9900. $300 deposil, near Boni-
535-0242 fay Elementary School,
99 FORD 150 XL Super town & recreational area.
Cab, AT, PS, PB, toolbox, 547-3746
new tires. 97,500 miles. MOBILE HOMES FOR
Asking $9000.547-0150; rent 'in Cottondale on
326-3123 Sapp Rd, 8 mi east of
1988 FORD RANGER Chipley. 3/2 & 2/2 avail-
pickup, 4x4, 4 cyl, 5- able. Total electric. 258-
speed, good hunting 4868;209-8847
truck, runs excellent, NEWLY REMODELED
driven everyday. $1200. MOBILE homes for rent
(850)773-2886; starting at $350, $250
(850)510-2784 deposit, no outside pets,
99 FORD EXPEDITION off of Hwy 179 & Hwy 2
100,000 miles, excellent in Bonifay, please, call
condition. $12,000. Sueor Jamieat850-263-
(850)579-2977 3572 -
1998 Z71 ext cab, 3- NICE CLEAN 3BR/2BA
door. $9500. 263-3105 mobile homes for rent, all
evenings, electric. CH/A. 850-638-


STONE HOUSE COM-
MERCIAL property tor
lease, excellent location,
Main Street, Chipley.
Approximately 2000
sq.ft. Available May 1,
2006. (850)527-4316
FOR RENT BONIFAY
1065 sq ft office, all new,
parking lot, handicap ac-
cessible. 768-0320
EXCELLENT-TCONDI;
TION HWY 77,
Graceville. 960+/- sq.ft.
retail/office space, for
info. call 1-800-342-3019
WE BUY HOUSES
Cash! Any condition,
price. Help with foreclo-
sure. Moving? Divorced?
Estate? We can help. 1-
800-735-5092
2.5 ACRES close to
schools & hospital in Chi-
pley. Excellent location,
residential 10yr old
planted pines. $25,000.
(850)260-5694,
(850)638-4066
BUILDING DOWN-
TOWN FOR rent. Main
Street, Chipley. 638-
1918
EXECUTIVE OFFICE
SPACE for rent down-
town Chipley. 638-1918
NICE BUILDING LOT
city water/sewer, recent
survey. Public boat ramp
close by. $25.900. Mike
Campbell @ C21 Ryan
Realty (850)236-1772
MP ENTERPRISES
Land Sale & Finance. 5
acres or more for houses
only. wooded & pasture.
3 miles South of Chipley.
Highway 77, Gainer Rd.,
Houston Rd., Duncan
Community Rd., Buddy
Rd. Four (5) acres &
Four (10) acres on
Gainer Rd. Owner fi-
nancing or cash. Low
down payment, low
monthly payments. Call
Milton Peel for informa-
tion 850-638-1858

GAAG


SATURDAY YARD
SALE beside Chaver :
Brock Furniture. Execu-.
tive desk and chair, so-
fas, recliners, chiars,
bedding, beds,
housewares, linens, &
clothes.
4-FAMILY YARD sale.
491 Corbin Rd., Fn/Sat,
9am-5pm Baby items,
furniture, new knick-
knacks, and bed linens.


S -.,d BETTIE L SLAY, BROKER
Coluntry.- (Florida & Alabama)
205 E. North Ave.. Bonifav. FL 32425


850 547-3510O
WWW IME% SIRS
W A B SW E E R
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STRI-COUNTY
REALTY
1103 S.WaukeshaSt,
Bonifay, FL
(850) 547-4480
Experienced
Trained Agents
SJohn Alford.....547-2737
James Wilson. 773-3655
Mary Coleman 547-3181
Robert Smith .. 547-4480
Free Market Analysis







SacTe Sa


HUGE YARD SALE Fri-
day & Saturday, April 7 &
8. 2737 Jackson Street,
Wausau. One block east
off of Hwy 77.
LAST WEEK OF moving
sale. Prices reduced.
Partial list: boat, 1950
car, '77 GMC pickup,
dogpen, calf houses,
several self propelled
walk behind mowers, 3
other walk behind mow-
ers, call for directions &
more information.
(850)638-8722
PLANT SALE April 7 &
8th from 8am until, cor-
ner of 79 & 90. Ferns,
potting plants, etc....

AUCTIONS


AUCTION SAT APRIL 8,
9am. Estate of Wilmer
Thela Smilh n1133 11th
Street, Graceville, FL.
Brick house (1400 sq. ft)
on 150x160 lot. Many
household contents, an-
tiques, & lools. Inf. 850-
-849-0792 Gerald, 850-
209-3595 Tim. Mason
Auction Company
#FL642
AUCTION OPRY EV-
ERY Friday Nigrt, Music
at 5pm, auction at 7pm.
Hwy 79, Eslo. Florida
Coming soon. Friday &
Saturday auction, ani-
mals. misc. equipment.
etc. Music unlil midnight.
Classic Gospel, Country,
Bluegrass Music before
auction. Maxie Yates
Auction Co. (850)263-
7500. AU3017. AB2343
MARIANNA GOAT and
SHEEP Auction every
Thursday nighl starting al
5pm. Misc., goats.
sheep, chickens, ducks.
guineas. Held at Auction
Drive, Marianna. Prone
(850)535-4006: cell 258-
5209. Jerry Johnson
#AU362
AUCTION SATURDAY
APRIL 8. 2006. 1:00pm
misc., goals 5pm and all
caged animals after goat
sale. Consignments wel-
come. Washinglon
County Ag Center- Hwy
90W. Chipley. check-in
slaying @7am. Phone
(850)260-5585 J&N Auc-
tion Company #AB2458
Auctioneer David Corbin
kAU1964' -




REAL ESTATE
AGENTS needed for
growing real estate com-
pany. Must be aggressive,
professional and moti-
vated. Call Cissy '@ 768-
0320

HARDEE'S First Assis-
tant Manager positions
,-open: in Bonifay and
SGraceville. This position
reports directly to the
GM. This individual
should have prior restau-
rant managmenl experi-
ence, Qualities of Ihe ide-
al candidate include: en-
joys dealing with custom-
ers and employees, is a
leader and sets the, ex-
ample, enjoys success
and challenges, ,and
loves responsibility We
will train you in the Hard-
ee's systems. Salary is
based on experience.
.Benefits include 401-K
.plan, BCBS. Vacation,
bonus, and sick leave.
Call Glenn at 850-867-
3986 for more info.

HELP WANTED GRILL
Cook. Kitchen Help,
part-time casnier, eve-
nings Tues-Sat. 535-
1555


BEST PRICES AROUND ON


97 General 24x66,4BR2 BA..................$33,900
99 FleetWOOd 28x44,3 BR2 BA........... $32,900
97 line 8x52,2R2BA.................... $34,900
99 Pea state 28x52,3 R,2BA.............$32,900
00 Oakwood 8x64,3BR,2 BA................$41,900
98 Redmon 16x80,3 BR,2 BA ..................$23,900
99 Belcresti24x52,3BR,2 BA...................$31,900
97 General 24x2,3 BR,2BA ................... $31,900
I' AI Hnmae ndliia Deliverv. Set-l. AIC. Stens. Plumbing & Skirtin


I MOnaay-rday 8a.m.- p.m., I
Sat.10 a.m.-4 p.m.


CAROLE CANNON REALTY
2229 Jim Bush Rd. Bonifay, FL
(8501547-4784* Cell (8501951-5682
Carole Cannon, Broker
17 acres mostly crop/pasture land.
Hardwoods, creek branch and deep
pond at back of property. $136,000. -
REDUCED 6.65 acres new survey, lots
of frontage, country setting $59,900.
Brick home on Hwy. 2. paved frontage,
3.43 acres, outbldgs, fireplace, new cabinets
$169,900 5.1 acres cleared, surveyed,
paved road $40,000 Lakefront bldg
site, lot and a half, cleared $98,500' *
10-1/2 acres, 2/3 cleared, camp house,
deep well, outbldgs $89,900 120
* 2 lots with 190 ft. on Hwy 79 in small
country town $31,500 100 acres pines,
pond $420,000 60 acres $240,000.
www.carolecannonrealty.com
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rRIlCILLA ". ISSI i.tI O1
BROKER I REALTOR'
Cell: 768-0320
JON M.N EL RE %LIOR
Cell: 638-6967
ANDR-a L ,s -RilOR
Cell: 850-258-1762


LARGE ABANDONED
GOODS sale. Huge
building full of items at
yard sale prices. Friday
& Saturday. April 7th &
8th, 2006. Located on the
bypass (Maple Avenue)
Geneva, AL, near court-
house.
BARN *& yard sale
Carlisle Road by
McDonalds, Chipley.
Motorhome, boat, truck,
etc... all day Saturday,
April 8th. 8am-unlil.
GARAGE SALE
AROUND back every
weekend in April, lots of
items, motorcycle $500,
nding lawnmower $500,
869 Main Street, Chipley.
MULTI-FAMILY YARD
sale, April 7 & 8, 915
Nearing Hills Rd.. Chip-
ley.
HUGE HUGE YARD
sale. Sat, April 81h. 8am-
4pm. 3 miles south of I-
10. Home of Virginia He-
welt, 2 miles. west of
Cook's Store on Douglas
Ferry Rd (Hwy 280). Bo-
nifay. will be unloading
throughout the day. Lots
of misc. items such as:
bed, 2 dressers. chest of
drawers, stained glass
swag lamp, pick up tool
boxes, lots of nice knick
knacks, Web TV, Pyres
dishes, punch bowl sets.
kids electronic drum set,
kids basketball goal, very
good books, set of 25
kids learning books, uni-
forms, adult and child-
rens clothing Lots and
lots of household, ap-
pliances, and miscella-
neous items too nu-
merous to list. Don't miss
this sell. Clothing free al-
ter 2pm. 850-547-9140
MULTI-FAMILY YARD
sale, 741 Ryan Lane,
five miles south on Or-
ange Hill Road, 8am-un-
til. April 7 & 8.
10 MILE YARD sale.
Apnl 8th. 7am-unlil. (Hwy
284) South Vernon, BP
Station Hwy 79, tur night
on Hwy 284, follow signs
535-2737
BIG YARD SALE Fn/Sat,
April 7 & 8. Paul's
Southside Pawn & Stor-
age Units. Hwy 79S.,
Vernon A little bit of ev-
erything.
SAT APRIL 8, 8am-9 1st
house on south side of
Recycling Center on Hwy
77. Casino machines,
furniture, western books,
puzzles and much, much
more.


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2 ACRES 3 BA, 1.5 BA, BRICK REDUCED $07,906o .40 ACRES
WOODED HWY FRONTAGE, VERNON AREA $200,6000,0 HWl.E
3 OR, HOME LARGE LOT, DOGWOOD LAKES $l5#jBoqOo 4-
1/2 ACRES 4 BR HOME, -FECED $74,900 o 19+ ACRES
POND, OWNER FINANCING $.oo,oloo a, 4o ACRE 'CA77LE
-RNH3 BR BRICK HOME, FRAME RENTAL HOUSE~.PZS
TURE $399,900 1 ACRE 3 BR, 2 BA BRIC:K HOME $159,000
- 6 R, 2 BA HOME, 10 ACRES, POND $275,000 SEV-
ERAL. SUNNIY HILLS LOTS o 60 ACRES LAND


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Wednesday, April 5, 2006, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 11B


TRI-COUNTY Commun-
Sity Council,, Inc., is ac-
Scepting applications for
SDirector for the Head
Start Program serving
Holmes, Walton, &
Washington Counties.
Responsibility: Admin-
ister developmentally ap-
Spropriate quality program
for 203 3-4 year old child-
ren that meet or exceeds
Health & Human Servic-
F es' Head Start Perfor-
mance Standards. Man-
age 6 subordinate super-
S:visors who supervise 40
S+ employees. Respon-
Ssible for overall direction,
* coordination & evalua-
tion of the program.; (op-
erated at 5 centers).
Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree and
minimum of two years re-
c lated and managerial ex-
perience; or two-year de-
gree with minimum of
three years related and
managerial experience
substituted for each year
of education. Current
driver's license and prop-'
er vehicle insurance cov-
erage. Must comply with
health and background
.screening. Applications
and copy of job descrip-
tion may be obtained
from Tri-County Commu-
noity Council, Inc., at 302
N. Oklahoma St., Boni-
fay, FL 32425; and sub-
mitted by Monday, April.
10, 2006, at 4:30 p.m.
For information and an
application, call Sharon
Kent, Administrative Co-
'ordinator (850) 547-3689,
LOOKING FOR PT help,
approx 3 days week, only
reliable & dependable
person need to apply @
EZ Glide. Call for appt.
638-4403 8am-4pm
Monday-Friday
EXPANDING COM-
PANY SEEKING appli-
canls to learn the Iruss
building trade. Paid on
the lob Iraining, bi-weekly
bonuses. For appoint-
ment please call Arban &
Asociates from7am-3pm
@ 850-836-4362
ARC OF WASHINGTON
Holmes Counties, Inc.
has openings for Part-
time Caregivers and Full-'
time Caregivers to work
inntheir Residential Group
HOmes. Daytime, even-
ing and nighttime shifts
are available. Qualifica-
tions: Must be at least 18,
years of age and have a
high school diploma or
GED Must nave at least
one year experience
working 'in a medical, .
psychiatric- rrursirng or
childcare setting or in
working with persons
with developmental dis-
abilities. College or voca-
tional/technical training
can substitute on a year
for year basis for Ihe re-
quired experience. Only
qualified applicants will
be considered Dilern-
tialpay for weekend
shifts; Advancement of-
fered to part-time em-
ployees. We offer an ex-
cellent benefit package
for full-time employees.
Requirements: drug and
background screening
performed. Must have
valid Florida driver's li-
cense and proof of prop-
er vehicle insurance. Ap-
ply in person at One Stop
Career Center, 757 Hoyt
St., Chipley. Closing date
is Friday, April 14, 2006
at 3:00 PM. EOE/DFWP
WE HAVE AN immediate
opening for a part-time
front desk person. This
position will be for 3 days
a week for 3 hours a day.
Light clerical work to in-

Excel and Word are
among the duties. Seri-
ous applicants call Glenn
at 850-867-3986 for
more information. l
ADVERTISING SALES
REP needed io service
accounts in Washinglon
& 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.
REPORTER NEEDED.
SFOR local newspapers.
Writing & computer skills
a must Experience
strongly preferred. Drug-.
free workplace, EOE.
Apply in person at Wash-
ington County News,
downtown Chipley.
Phone callers will be au-
tomatically disqualified.


HOUSEKEEPER COOK
NEEDED at Happy Acres
ALF in Bonifay. Pay
starts at $7.75 an hour'
with pay raise after six
months. Must be willing
to help clean and cook
for 48 residents. Hours
are 11:30pm-7:30pm. 40
hours a week. Paid va-
cation and sick leave af-
ter one year of employ-
ment. Background
screening required. Ap-
plications accepted daily.
Please call 547-3708 for
more information.


CONSTRUCTION
WORKERS and ROOFERS



IS 849-7982

\ 849-0736


I North\cst ,lHorida
SCi.mniunit. Hospital

IWe Trealr tu Like Family

NURSING:
RN's- ERI Med-Surg-(FT, PT, PRN)
LPN's-SNU/Med-Surg (PT & PRN)
PCT's- Med/Surg-(FT/PRN)
CNA's SNU (PRN)

OTHER
Medical Office Assistant (FT)


NFCH offers competitive salaries
and excellent benefits

For more information contact
Human Resources
(850) 415-8106
i ,. www.nfch.org


It's never too late to enjoy a fulfilling career caring for people. If
your children are grown and you would like to pursue a career
for just a few hours a week, we have a place for you working the
amount of time you select. This can be one, two, three, four or
five days each week.
If you are a certified nursing assistant or a licensed nurse it is
costing you money not to check out our sign-up bonus.
If you are interested andwilling to accept the challenge please
contact our:
Human Resource Department at
(850) 638-4654, extension 3034 or come by
Washington Rehabilitation and Nursing Center at
879 Usery Road, Chlpley, Florda 32428
Bonus information will not be given out over the telephone.







\COMPANIYNC.
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.

"Makvng a'ddiffwwene i/on mw
comwunuaity awdw indu4t6y
Jnce'1946"
We are now hiring
-Welders
-Mechanics
-Class A CDL Drivers
-Equipment Operators
-Construction Crew Laborers
Swww.trawickconstruction.com
1555 South Boulevard / Chipley, FI
850.638.0429


HELP


LINE TECHNICIAN CARPENTER NEEDED CREEKSIDE PROPER- WATER TECHNICIAN
TRAINEE Gulf Coast Experienced only need TIES LLC has openings GULFCoast ElectricCo-
Electric Cooperative will apply. Must have own for Salespersons. 100% operative presently has a
be accepting applica- toolsand transportation, options available, call Water Technician posi-
tionsfortwoopeningsfor We are a Drug Free Broker Steve Grimes for tion opening. Applica-
theposition of LineTech- Workplace. EOE. Apply confidential interview, tions will be accepted un-
niclan Trainee through at Ridley'sTown &Coun- (850)415-1552, LI- til Monday, April 24,2006
Monday, April 24, 2006, try Builders 949 Orange censed Real Estate Bro- at the Work Force Cen-
at Workforce Center of HillRd. 7:30am-4:00pm. kerage .ter, 625 Highway 231,
Florida, Mariner Plaza, (850)638-4436 Panama City, Florida.
625 Highway 231, Pan- JERKINS INCORPO- NHC HOMECARE Minimum job specifica-
ama City, FL. These RATED IN Bonifay is QUALITY Care is our tions for this position are
openings are in- our seeking a A or B CDL Business. PRN RN/LPN as follows; require high
Southport office. Job Driver for the Redi Mix Are you looking for a school diploma or GED.
specifications for Line .Concrete and Building great work environment Require a minimum of 2
Technician Trainee posi- Material Industry. Apply with opportunity, for flex- years experience as a
tion are as follows: Re- at Bonifay store. ability? NHC Homecare of Water Technician or re-
quire high school gradu- EXPERIENCED COOK Chipley has immediate lated field. Require an
ate/equivalent. Require AND Waitresses openings for a PRN/RN excellent working khowl-
one year experience as needed Vernon area. & PRN/LPN to care for edge of the operation
a Meter Reader, ground 535-0112 our homebound patients arid maintenance of sec-
Technician, or Right-of- .'.N in Chipley and surround- .tonalizing water equip-
Way Helper with above THE WASHINGTON ing areas. Contract ST ment. Requires the abil-
satisfactory performance COUNTY Board of Contract MSW. Our Chi- ityto learn to read and in-
appraisals, Prefer 2 County Commissioners pley Homecare program terpret staking sheets
years experience in elec- is.currently accepting ap- is also seeking a Con- and water construction
trick line construction as a plications for a Mechan- tract Speech Therapist & assemblies. Requires
line technician trainee. c for the Washington Contract Medical Social the satisfactory passing
Require abilitytoacquire CountyPubcWoks Work t take care four of GCEC's employment
an excellent knowledge apartment. Applications entrance examination
of Gulf Coast Electric Co- and Job Descriptions ourhomeboundpatient and drug screening. Re-
Soperative's policies and may be obtained at the in Chipley and surround-quiresthe ability to have
p ing areas. Interested pa quires the ability to have
operated s policies ahe Washington County ingareas. nterestedpar- ad maintntai avalid Flor-
procedures. Requirete Board of County Com- ties mayfaxtheir resume ida commercial driver's li-
ability to learn the opera missioners office located to 850-638-1635 Attn: censeand DOTcertifica-
aions andmain tenance at 1331 South Boule- Melissa Finch, Adminis- tion. Requires excellent
of switching sctionaiz- vard, Chipley, FL 32428. trator or may apply local- verbal and Interpersonal
ng equipment; the i- Applicants must be sub- ly at NHC Homecare skills to effectively inter-
stallationoftransformers, mitted by 12:00 pm on 1513 Hwy 90, Chipley, act with members. Re-
wiring of transformer April 7,.2006. The prim- FLEOE/DFWP quires the flexibility to
banks, regulators, ca- ary function of the semi- HOUSEHOLD work varied hours. Pre-
pacitors; the REA speci- skilled and skilled me- MAINTENANCE fer previous experience
ticatons. Nalional Elec- chanical and fabrication PERSONNEL needed,in the wastewater utility
rical a Code. and Naona work in the repair and must have experience Industry. GCEC is an
Electrical Safety Code. .maintenance of diesel m h equal opportunity em-
Require ability to learn to and gasoline powered Cal for more information looyer
read and interpret stak- motor vehicles and oth- 535-4432A PC i hir
ing sheets Require abil- er heavy equipment of WANTED MECHANIC SHADY LANE PC is hir-
ity to learn the coopera- the Public Works Depart- and Tire Tech, Firestone n eal care prices
tive's electrical and me- ment. Work involves di- Service Center 618 US Free Work place. Star
chanical tagging and oth- agnosing'malfunctions in Hwy 90 East, DeFuniak ting pay depends on ex-
er numbering systems, light and heavy motor- Springs. (850)892-3613 perience. Must pass fin-
the'layout of electrical ized equipment, such as gerprinting and back-
transmissio anddistri- graders, bulldozers COMMUNITY SOUTH
bution lines. Requirethe. dump trucks, tractor, CREDIT Union has an ground check. Please
successful pass of Gulf pick-up trucks, etc... and immediate opening for a call (850)638-7582,
Coast Electric Coopera- removing and replacing Loss Prevention Coordi- leave message.
tive's employment en- or rebuilding worn orbro- nator. Qualified candi- REAL ESTATE
trance examination and ken parts. Performs oth- dates will possess excel- AGENTS needed for
drug screen. Require the er related work as re- lent oral and wrinen com- growing real estate com-
ability to have and main- quired. Washington municaon skills, will De any. Must be aggressive.
tain'a valid Florida'corn- County Board of County' detail oriented and able orolessional and moli-
mercial driver's license Commissioners is an to work in a fast paced vated Call Cissy @ 768-
and DOT certiliclion Equal Opportunity Em- environment with the 0320 :
Req excellentverbal oyeran rug ree public andbranch staff. EXPERIENCED COOK
eWorkplace Veterans The primary duties of this AND ,Waitresses
and interpersonal skills to. preference is accepted primarydutiesofthis AND Waitresses
effectively interac with forallWashingtCoun position include coordi- needed. Vernon area.
bears, flexibility to ty application nating with professional 535-0112/
work varied hours Equal- collection agency to
work aried.hours. Equal BAY TILE INC needs full maintain system to moni-
opportunity employer, time tile setters and la- tor and control delinquent
SATELLITE TECHNI- bors. Call850-773-0024 accounts, work with
CIANS Greatcareerwith or 850-541-3534. credit union attorney to WANTED REEL TO
benefits, mustbeatleast EXPANDING COMPA- handle bankruptcies, Reel stereo recorder.
21 years old w/ driver's NY seeking applicants to court appearances, 638-9203 afler 5pm
incensee & cell phone. Call learn the truss building record retention, etc. Pri-
1-800-292-8421 trade, Paid on-the-job or financial institution or NEED SOMEONE WITH
S training, bi-weekly bo- legal experience is pre- hay equipment to work 9
STAFF .OPENINGS ,nuses: For appointment ferred but not required acres of Bahia Grass or
ae n0 rrId a., Vey 1638
ho[A ~ln, U I" r" I1 IM tl please call Arban & As- ....r ep,~ ,., MS Of- halves, l1 mile North of
....... ...... Call- -3 ,' -3pyrni~o,,,... pr'eer.ree.-MUst e., be, 823'.".
4432 lo rfomre inf6rIa- ,' 850.836-4362 bondable. Excellent ben-
SMETAL ROOFING efit package. Salary
PLUMBERS ARE COMPANY in need of commensurate with ex- jJ
.NEEDED Royal Flush Supervisors, Journey- perience. Mail'resumes
Plumbing in Panama City men, Foremen. Top pay to PO Box 623, Chipley, FOUN ROTTWEILER
and Port St. Joe is now depending on experi- FL32428 MIX 638-8020
hiring new construction ence. Call 547-1001
plumbers Salary BE. REED CONCRETE & Washington Rehabilitatin and Nursing Cente
Benefits include paid; Construction, Inc. If you Center
sick and holiday leave, a are seeking long term We, the Washington Rehabilitation and Nursing Center, are look-
journeyman's training employment, good wag- ing for special people to train and employ in a healthcare career.
program and health ben- es, benefits and have the If you have compassion for people, have a desire to help some-
efitsPlease apply in per- desire to lean and grow one, and are willing to be trained we would like the opportunity to
son at 1736 BayviewAve with us: We are looking discuss our positions with you. We are soon to start a class that
or call 850-236-5852. for Experienced Fore- enables you to become a Certified Nursing Assistant in less than
Why gamble with anyone 'man's and Form Car- four weeks. You will be paid for the time in class and be able to
else? penters. Please come by "buddy" with someone while you prepare for your certification.
and fill out an application: \
-POSITION AVAILABLE Reed Concrete & Con- Our benefits and salary are comparable in the area; but we also
F/T Dental Assistant @ struction, Inc. 850-547- offer flexibility in our benefit package to enable ,you to select
Dr. Swindles' Office 547- 5767 or fax 850-547- some benefits or decline for extra pay. A sign-up bonris will be
4225 3677 paid to anyone accepted into the class depending on your level
of conrmitment and amount of time you wish to work.


HEL
WATE


IHARP & SONS ATTORNEY
KATHE
MINI SI URAGE KOZLOWSKI,
7: .' Esq.
77 S, Chipley, FL 1662ThistleLanie
50) 638-183 Ponce deleoni:FL 3245
Hwy.177A,Bonifay, FL (850) 951-1997
(850)547-0726 BANKRUPTCY
(850) 547.,, FAMILY
Open 24 Hours, Self- CIVIL MATTERS
Service, No Deposit, PROBATE
, Units Are Carpeted -
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AMERICAN
WRESTLING
FEDERATION
Every Second &
Fourth Saturday
:TJ Roulhac .
Center, Chipley
850-638-7183
uwww.glco itwaliig.cm
67m j


WILDCA T

DRYWALL
INC.

Hanging,
Finishing &
Texturing

(850) 956-1204


ARMSTRONG GENERAL
REPAIRS, INC.
Roofing (All Types)
Painting (Int. & Ext.)
Vinyl Siding Decks
Construction &
Weatherization
CALL CLIFF
1-850,773-3861
30 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Licensed & Insured


Residential/Commercial
Interior/Exterior
Insured



Affiliate of Chlpola Area
L Board of Realtors


Your Ad
Here for
$9/weeks
For 10 Weeks


Melissa J.
Darrow,
CPA
"Ready To Help
With All Your
Accounting &
Tax Needs"
1315 Watts Ave.
Chipley, FL
Cell (850) 260-9163
Home (850) 638-7146


HELP


HELPI%


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MURRY'S
TIRES
*TIRES BATTERIES
MUFFLERS
BEST
QUALITY
TIRES AT
THE BEST
PRICE!
615 Main Street
Chipley *638-1257
Reg. # MV-06349

Adams*
Tree
Service, LLC
Family Owned and
Operated -
20 Years Experience
Tree Removal
Trimming and Pruning
Small Tract Harvesting
Bob Cat Work
fuii irusuiea Free Estimates
Ph (850) 547-5001
LCell (850) 573-1271


SECURITY SOLUTIONS SEA'&
LOCKSMITH H
547-9701
Deadbolts Installed, sw 0
FREE
Lockouts, Locks Rekeyed, ESTIMATESI
Too Many Keys. fE V1 ,
Need More E Y
Scs uriy?. 850-573-9064
CALL US!

Keith Armondi
Complete Home
Repair, Inc.
Yo Ad Carpenty Stucco
d ile 'Paint Plumbing

$9/week Decks, Barns, etc.....
For 10 Weeks Licensed and Insured
35 Years Experience
I| ji l: li:'f:im I:1
(850) 547-2934
SCell (850) 373-8503


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TRI-COUNTY COM-
MUNITY Council, Inc., is
accepting applications
for a Part-time (20 hrs
week) Visitation Special-
ist for Washington Coun-
ty and a Part-time (20 hrs
week) Visitation Special-
ist for Jackson County.
Summary of Duties: Ob-
serve families during su-
pervised visitation and
compile reports. Qualifi-
cations: high school di-
ploma (GED); .1-3
months related experi-
ence and or training; or
equivalent combination
of education and experi-
ence. Requirements:
current drivers license
and proper vehicle in-
surance. Must be willing
to comply with back-
ground health screening.
Applications may be ob-
tained from any Tri-
County Community
Council, Offices and sub-
mitted by Monday. April
10, 2006, at 4:30pm. For
information and an appli-
cation, call Sharon Kent.
Administrative Assislant,
(850)547-3689 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.


SERVICES


MANUFACTURED HOME


FOR SALE


,A '.o ,,. pgy, g y

Like New 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Withi

Decks, 1619 Square Ft., Must See.

Matny Upgrade s!!!



(850) 373-8093


I .


Extreme Industrie!
General Welding of all
Types, Mig, Tig,Stick,
New State of the Art
Machinery, Metal
Fabrication,
Manufacturers Quality
BBQ Grills & Smokers
All Welded Aluminum
Xtreme Boats
Hwy. 79 North, Bonifa)
547-9500


Your Ad
Here for
$9/week
For10 Weeks


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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
TRACTOR WORK
SMALL tractor and
Sbushhog for hire. Also,
have tractor pulled tiller
'for garden spots! Have
finish mower and blade
:for small dirt projects.
:Call 638-1421 .
PAINTING INTERIOR &
: Exterior, repairs.
(850)638-2010
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.
,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
C&C BOOKKEEPING &
Tax Service. Open 5
days a week. 8am to
5pm. Call 850-638-1483
HEADLINERS&
VINYL Tops Mobile Unit.
I do the work at your
homeorworkplace. Rea-.
sonable rates on new vi-
nyl tops and auto carpet-
ing. Free estimates. Call
anytime, leave message.
(850)638-7351


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K&S LAWN Service.
Yards cut, hedges cut,
trash hauled off, tree
work done, pressure
washing. Free Esti-
mates. 547-3994
CLINT RUSS
LANDCLEARING
(850)258-1417;
(850)547-7400
PANHANDLE LAWN
SERVICE Quality work,
affordable prices. Senior
Citizen Discount. Free
Estimates 956-5070 or
956-4758
BUSHHOGGING DIRT
LEVELING foodplot
shooting lanes, etc...
1993 Chev Z71 ext cab,
new transmission $5995.
1998 londa 300 EX 4'
wheeler $2995. 326-
0385


SPARK LE CLEAN
PRESSURE Wash. Call
Lucas 18501548-5755
J&J CABINET shop For
alt your kitchen cabinets
& house repair needs.
Gall James S. Howelli
(8,5 0)5 3'5-2839;
(850)260-1619
FURNITURE .REPAIR
and Finishing 46 years
experience 638-2300
BUSINESS CARDS!
BUSINESS CARDS!
Business cards & all your.
printing needs.
Guaranteed best prices.
& highest quality in the,
area. 2 great locations to
serve you. Call The
Holmes County Times-
Advertiser. Bonifay (850)
547-9414 or the Wash-
ington County News,
Chipley (850) 638-0212
HORSESHOEING &
Triminng; Prompt & reli-
able service James
Marlowe (850)276-6577
EXPERIENCED
CAREGIVER FOR an
elderly. person, call 260-,,

CPR, FIRSTAID, BCLS
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Chipola College was well-represented at the Phi Beta
Lambda State Leadership Competition held recently
in Orlando. Pictured from left, are: Jesse Ray of
Marianna, Bridget Holmes of Marianna, Barbara
Wynn of Graceville, Patrick Bellamy of Campbellton,
Travis Roulhac of Campbellton, Kathryn Roberts
PRBL Adviser

.Chipola College was well-represented at the Phi Beta
Ltibda State Leadership Competition held recently in
OQlando.
:':hipola students won eight major awards in the fol-
lowing competitions: Barbara Wynn, first in Sales Pre-
sentations and third in Human Resource management;
Travis Roulhac, second in Word Processing; Patrick
Bellamy, third in Sports Management and Marketing
;and.third in Desktop Publishing; Bridget Holmes, third
iripesktop Publishing; Jesse Ray, fourth in Economic
0oicepts, fourth in Economic Analysis and Decision-
iking and fifth in Statistical Arialysis.
First and second place winners are eligible to compete
atlthe National Phi Beta Lambda Competition in Nash-
viIe, June 24-27.
SSeveral Chipola alumni also won awards: Kaleb
Mercer from FSU won second in Networking Concepts
and fifth in Information Management. Chris Shaw from
SU/PC won third in Public Speaking. Rodrico Thomas
pf FSU/PC won fourth in Business Decision Making.
S;Chipola alumnus Kaleb Mercer was elected State PBL
President. Chad Fears, a Chipola graduate and Univer-
sity of Florida alumnus, served as State PBL Parliamen-
tarian for 2005-06. Chad also won the Rob Kelleher
Memorial Award as the most outstanding, devoted, PBL
member in the State.
Phi Beta Lambda is an association of students prepar-
ing for careers in business-related fields. PBL's mission is
to bring business and education together through leader-
shiip and career developmentt programs. kathryn Roberts
is the faculty adviser to the Chipola chapter of PBL.


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