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Creation Date: October 25, 2006
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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: Continued
        Page A 5
        Page A 6
        Page A 7
        Page A 8
        Page A 9
        Page A 10
        Page A 11
        Page A 12
    Section B: Sports
        Page B 1
        Page B 2
        Page B 3
    Section B: Extra
        Page B 4
        Page B 5
        Page B 6
        Page B 7
        Page B 8
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    Section B: Classifieds
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Lee speaker at
Friends of the ,
Library meeting
Bill Lee, administrator with
the6 Washington County School
Board, will be the guest speaker
at the Friends of the LibrarN
meeting at noon on Thursday.
Nov. 2 at the Chipley Woman's
Club on North 5th Street.
Lee has written a series of es-
S says about life growing up on
a farm with extended family in
Holmes and Washington coun-
ties. He will share some of his
experiences and lessons learned
on a farm. Lee says. "I am glad
my parents and grandparents al-
lowed be to experience things
like planting gardens, smelling
the freshly tilled earth, working
with my hands. I even plowed
with a mule which, thankfully, I
have not had to do in the last 30
or so years." Lee has many sto-
ries to share.
Friends and the public are
invited to attend the luncheon
meeting and hear lee speak.
There will be a charge of $7 for
lunch. Call Cynthia Johnson at
.638-1983 for information

Gail Adams
* annual benefit
The second annual Gail Adams'
benefit w\ill be held on Wednes-
day, Nov. 8 at Chipley Auto Parts
located at 1220 Jackson Avenue
in Chipley.
Scott Riggs' NASCAR sho"x
..car will be on display along with
Many local racers who will dis-
play their cars.
'Hot dogs and soft drinks will
be available. There will be
Drawings for prizes through out
Sthe day. Pioceeds'from the ben-
efit \\ill go to the boys' baseball
,:and girls" softball programs at
Chipley High School. For more
information, call 638-7990

SWeather
Wednesday Partly cloudy. Highs
S68 to 73. Northeast %\ inds around
:5 mph. Wednesday Night Partly
> cloudy. Lows 43 to 48 inland.,..49
'to 54 at the coast. East winds
around 5 mph. Thursday Mostly
'cloudy with a 40 percent chance
;'of showers and thunderstorms...e
+ specially in the afternoon. Highs
-:72 to 77. Southeast winds 5 to 10
mph. Thursday Night Cloudy
with showers and thunderstorms
,likely. Warmer. Low s 57 to
62. Chance of rain 60 percent.
Friday Partly cloudy with a 30
percent chance of showers and
thunderstorms...rmainly in the
morning. Highs 67 to 72. Friday
,Night Partly cloudy. Lows 44 to
49 inland...50 to 54 at the coast.
Saturday through Monda\
Mostly clear. Highs 71 to 75.
Lows 47 to 52 inland...53 to 59
at the coast.

Index
:Perry's Prattle .........9A
-Obituaries..............Extra
SSports.............. .....Page 1B
Church...........Real Power
Calendar...................Extra


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Everyone's busy doing homework. Teenagers also help younger students.


The second year of the After-school
Homework Assistance Program at the
Country Oaks Learning Center has dou-
bled in attendance. We have also attracted
additional volunteers to assist with this
volunteer program that will run throughout
the current school year. except for school
holidays. As students return from fall break
this week, sessions will be held twice
weekly on Tuesday and Thursday after-
noons. The school bus drops the students
off at the learning center and parents pick
them up at 5 p.m. As you can see by the
captions, many family members are assist-
ing with this program.
More coverage inside.


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Donna and Rachel (mother-daughter)
out a problem.,


NFCH reaccrediting is completed


KAREM L. ALVAREZ
Staff Writer
Approximately 80 percent of
the hospitals in United States are
surveyed for compliance of qual-
ity and safety standards regard-
ing the services they provide.
Northwest Florida Community
Hospital (NFCH) is now in the
top of the list. after success-
fully passing the comprehensive


survey conducted by the Joint years. "
Commission on Accreditation "It also gives us the acceptance
of Healthcare Organizations from the state of Florida to be
(JCAHO). reimbursed for the services we
According to Patrick Schlen- provide through Medicare and
ker. CEO of NFCH. "this ac- Medicaid programs." added
creditation means that we pro- Schlenker. Throughout the sur-
vide quality service overall and ve., JCAHO traced the services
makes us one of the best hospi- and attention that \\as provided
talks The survey is unannounced
and conducted every two to three See HOSPITAL. page 3A


It's one way to keep warm
Local Boy Scout Troop 39 from Chipley attended the Fall Camporee held at Tyndal's Red Fish
Point recently. The theme of the campout was focused on the cooking merit badge. All the boys had
to develop their patrol menus, set a duty roster and cook everything at the campsite (no pre-cooked
items were permitted for the competition). A bonfire was included at no extra charge. Anyone in-
terested in learning more about our local Scout programs can call Brett Butler at (850)-415-5905.


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KAREM L. ALVAREZ
Staff Writer
The City of Vernon's new
vaste%,vater treatment facility
should begin operation on Oct.
31. as reported by Robert Sim-
mons of Basker ille-Donovan.
Inc., at the Council meeting on
Monday. Oct. 23.
Last week. engineers from
Baskerville-Donovan in
Pensacola conducted a project
walk-through inspection and
a "'punch list" was created and
provided to the contractor and
City staff. The rest of this week
the plant operator has scheduled
equipment start-up and testing of
the different facility components
After October 31, the equipment
will be on "surveillance" for a
week to make sure is working
properly, before the demolition
of the old facility.
In other business. Council
took action oVer the following
items:
*Approved the proposed
changes made to the Washing
ton County Land Development
Code to define, remove. expand:
modify, or clarify the current
language in the document. These
changes \\ill also affect the cities
of Wausau, Ebro, and Caryville
and were previously approvedby
the Planning Commission.
*Approved a pay ment of $3,547
for the installation of a 16x24x12
pole barn over the fixed genera.
tor. Better Built Buildings will
install it by the end of this week.
*Approval of Ordinance 06-
182, which amends Section 26 by
increasing the compensation of
Council members and providing
that the President of the Council
shall not receive dual compensa.
tion when discharging the duties
of Mayor. Each Council member
will receive a salary of $150 for
each meeting attended or a sal-
ary of $3,600 per fiscal year. The
Council shall hold at least one
iin..ting a month and may hold
special meetings at any time by
the president or the request of
two or more members. When
discharging the duties of Mayor.
President or Vice President will
receive his salary either as- a
member or as that of Mayor, but
.not as both. .
Next Council meeting will be
held on November 13 at 7 p.m.


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Wednesday, October 25, 2006, Washington County News, 3A


Washington County Sheriff's Office arrest report dated October
16 through October 23, 2006.
Michael Roy Baxter, w/m, 8/15/81; Chipley; burglary, posses-
sion of burglary tools, petit theft; arrested 10/21.
Julius -Bell, b/m, 3/4/44; Ebro; U.S. Marshal's hold; arrested
10/21.
Nicholas Eric Bellamy, b/m, 11/12/79; Cottondale; warrant for
grand theft and violation of probation warrant; arrested 10/20.
Harmon E. Bollinger, b/m. 2/9/64; Chipley); violation of proba-
tion; arrested 10/16.
Alfredo Castro, h/m. 5/2 tl71 : Gretna. La.; violation of probation
warrant for Dallas County, Texas; arrested 10,'17.
Robin D. Collins, Jr., w/m. 1/31P84: Chiple\;: violation of proba-
tnon: arrested 10/17.
Bruce J. Corbin. w/m, 2/13/68: Wausau; Holmes County ("ar-
rant for violation of probation: arrested 10' 16.
Rufus Currington. II. Irrm. 5/14.'83: Vernon: resist arrest
without violence, failure to appear for DUL. violation of probation:
arrested 10),18.
Jose M. Duran. him. 1.3/87: New Britton. CT: no %alid drivers
license, stolen property i vehicle arrested 10'20.
Dino R. Gaines. bim. 6; 17/68: Pensacola. failure to appear on
driving while license suspended or reoked: arrested 10 IS
Jerry Ra. Hall. \\ m. 7. 1165: Panama CiHN: failure to appear on
violation of probation: arrested 10/19.
Eric Lamar Hooks, b.'m, 1.'10/73: Chiple;: possession of co-
caine, possession of marijuana, resist arrested without violence:
arrested 10'17.
Randall R. Marcum. wi/m. 7/25/64: Chiplev; aggra\ ated assault
with deadly weapon without intent to kill: arrested 10.'17.
Jose M. Norris, h/m. 12/9/62: Bonifay: failure to appear on dri\ -
ing while license suspended or revoked, and flee and elude: arrested
10/21.
Calvin Ray Pfeffer, a\,m. 3'4/43: Cottondale: disposal of mort-
gaged propertN under lien: arrested 10/20.
Richard A. Simmons. \t/m. 7/1/83: Vernon: battery (domestic
S violence : arrested 10/20.
Joseph D. Spence. w/m. 1/17/77: Fountain; felony drive ing while
license suspended or revoked and flee and elude: arrested 10/19.
William A. Taylor, w/m. 9/4,68: Panama Citi: violation of pro-
bation: arrested 10/19.
Lashanda R. Waters. b!f. 4/6/81; Chipley; batterN. Houston
County warrant for worthless checks; arrested 10/17.


No positive ID on victim
DNA samples received Monday will be used in an at-
tempt to identify a Holmes County man whose remains
were found on Hwy. 79 north of Bonifay.
A spokesperson for the medical examiner's office in
Panama City said results have been sent to another lab for
testing and that might take sometime. The man died and
fell off a lawn tractor and his remains were apparently
scattered by dogs.

Arrest in PCB murder
A Washington County man went from the hospital to
a Bay County jail cell. Alvin B. Merring, III. age 52. of
Esto is being held on an open count of murder.
Panama City Beach Police investigators said that
on September 26. Merring entered Finn's Sandbar and
Grill on Front Beach Road and fatally shot 66 year-old
Richard Medieros of Esto. Merring then turned the gun
on himself. Nlerring has been recovering from the self-
inflicted gunshot wound at Bay Medical Center. He was
arrested immediately after being released.


HOSPITAL
Continued from page 1A
to patients from the mo-
ment they come in until
the\ leave the facilities.
Random questions and ex-
planations of how to react
to different situations are
presented to personnel and
management employees.
At the beginning of this
year. Northwest Florida
Community Hospital also
completed an annual sur-


vey of mammography
ser ices as required by
the Mammograph) Qual-
ity Standards Act (MQSA).
The Food and Drug Ad-
ministration (FDA) to
ensure that high qual-
ity images are produced
within acceptable radiation
levels, perform this com-
prehensive survey. It also
examines the credentials of
the personnel who perform
and interpret mammogra-
phy exams.


* ABOARD AGENDA


Washington County me
Board of County Commis- of
sioners will hold its regui- onl
larly scheduled meeting prc
at 1 p.m., October 26, in 1
the Countv Government in\
Annex, 1331 South Bou- $6.
levard, Chipley. ter
Pul
Proclamation: ma
Sheriff Bobby Haddock pro
: A. Call to Order Chair-
man voi
B. Invocation ria
C. Presentation for Em- ten
ployee of the Quarter Ap
D.,Presentation to Boy r
'Scout '',or6p 700 an Cub-' Vbi
couit c 700 .
pli
Consent Agenda: En
A. The 2007 Emergency \ic
Management Preparedness rec
Assistance Base Grant
contract and Annual Scope
of Work. Each year mon-
ies are provided to the 67 Bu
Florida counties to assist in E
funding the local Emergen- Do
cyv Management Program
as required under Chapter poi
252 of the Florida Statues. est
With the funding comes E
a Scope of Work which &
outlines items to be ac- Ro
complished throughout the dir
year by Emergency Man- 1
* agement. This will help al l
provide funding for the Ga
local Emergency Manage-




















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nt, relieving the county
the burden of being the
ly funding source. Ap-
oval is recommended.
B. Anderson Columbia
oice in the amount of
300. This is for ma-
ials purchased through
blic Works for routine
intenance projects. Ap-
n'al is recommended.
C. Watson Lumber in-
ce for $7.050 for mate-
ls used in routine main-
nance of county bridges.
proval is recommended.
D. QuadMed. Inc. in-
cdel in the 'iJrrdunt of
,982.66 ror meli'al sup-
es purchased through
iergency Medical Ser-
e (EMS). Approval is
commended.

Agendaed Audience:
A. Four-wheelers Allan
sh.
B. 911 Calls Dot NIc-
nald.
C. Forestry Annual Re-
rt Aaron Kincaid. for-
ry agent.
D. Disasters. Strategies
Ideas. LLC contract -
ger Hagan, public safety
ector.
E. West Florida Region-
Planning Council John
Ilagher.
F. Washington County


Grants Stacy Webb,
grants coordinator.
G. County Engineer Re-
port Cliff Knauer. Preble-
Rish
Bid Awards: none
Public Hearings: 5
p.m. or as soon after as
possible.
A. Ordinance providing
funds collected to Teen
Court.
B. Ordinance Repeal-
ing Washington County
Ordinance 2002-3: Provid-
ing for a users fee for fire
department.
C0. Road Glosure/Plat
"Vaadtion Shilor'Jaihe. a
county maintained road.
D. Special Exception
Type V to allow a mining
operation in Agriculture/
silviculture James and
Nella Miller.
E. Concurrency Man-
agembnt System Ordi-
nance (as required under
SB-360 Growth Manage-
ment Laws) West Florida
regional planning council.
F. Washington County
Interlocal Agreement relat-
ing to public schools facil-
itr planning (as required
under SB 360 Growth
Management Laws) West
Florida Regional Planning
Council.
Unagedaed Audience:


ON OVMBR th
VOT FRSXPRINC


.38 Year Business Partnership In King's Drugs.
*Chipley High School Graduate
*FSU Graduate/BS/Early Childhood/Elementary Education
*-4 Years As Washington County School Board Member
*Past Washington County School Board Chairman
*5 Years Board Member, Capital City Bank
*10 Years Chipola College Foundation Board Member
*Lifelong Member, First United Methodist Church
*30+ Years Participant In School To Work Program
SPast Member Of Chipley Womans Club
*Life Member Of FL Federation of Garden Clubs
: *Married to Dow Gilmore For 43 Years
.3 Children Kimberly, Michael and Leanne, All
Graduates Of Chipley High School
"Together We Can Make Quality
Education A Priority"


)port Will Be Greatly Appreciated"


Anyone wishing to ad-
dress the Board should
sign the sheet at the en-
trance and list the subject
they wish to discuss.
The next regularly
scheduled meeting of the
Board will be Nov. 16. at
1 p.m. The BOCC will ac-
corunodate handicapped
and disabled persons %who
wish to attend.
Contact the BOCC sec-
retary at 638-6200 at least
48 hours before the meet-
ing date to make arrange-
ments


Vernon VFD fish fry
Vernon VFD will sponsor a fund-raiser fish fry Satur-
day, October 28 at the fire house on Hwy. 277. Plates are
$5 each and all donations are welcome. Serving begins at
10 a.m. call City Hall

Smith up for parole hearing
Jimmy Lee Smith, 53, was convicted of killing Bon.
nie'Ward and her 12-year-old daughter, Donna, in 1978
Smith killed the two by strangling them. The crime took
place on a dirt road two miles off of Highway 169 in
Cottondale.
He is up for consideration before the state Parole Com.
mission. State Attorney Steve Meadows is asking people
to write letters to the Florida Parole Commission ask
ing Smith not be granted parole. Write: The Honorable
Monica David. Commission Chair. Florida Parole Corn
mission. 2601 Blair Stone Road. Building C. Tallahassee
FL 32399-2450.

CWD update for hunters
According to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conserva-
tion Commission (FWC): It is illegal to bring into Florida
carcasses of any species of the family Cervidae (e.g. deer
elk and moose) from 10 states and one Canadian prove.
ince where chronic wasting disease (CWD) has been
detected.
The states and Canadian province where the deadly
disease has been detected are: New Mexico. Utah. Colo
.rado. Wyoming. South Dakota. Nebraska, Wisconsin
Illinois. New York. West Virginia and Alberta. Canada
Visit the United States Department of Agriculture's Web
site at www.aphis.usda.gov/vs/nahps/cwd/ for the most
up-to-date CWD coverage.
"'To date. no cases of CWD have been found in Flori
da," said Deer Program coordinator Robert Vanderhoof
of the FWC's Division of Hunting and Game Manage.
ment. "Hunters can help prevent the spread of CWD into
Florida by observing the restrictions placed on bringing
carcasses in from other areas where the disease has been
detected."
CWD. first identified in Colorado in 1967. is a disease
that affects the central nervous system and is related to
"mad cow disease in cattle and scrapie in sheep. The dis
ease always proves fatal to the infected animal, but there
are no known cases of it being transmitted to people, do
inestic animals or livestock.
Hunters still can bring back de-boned meat from any
CWD-affected region, as %well as .finished taxidermy
mounts, hides. skulls, antlers and teeth as long as all soft
tissue has been removed.
Whole. bone-in carcasses and parts are permitted to be
brought back to Florida if they were harvested from non
affected CWD areas.
To report sick or dead deer suspected of having CWD
call the CWD hotline (866) 293-9282. For more informa
tion about CWD. visit MyFWC.com/cwvd.
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Wednesday, October 25, 2006, Washington County News, 5A


I 4-H LIVESTOCKwwm m mC3UB NEW


Washington County 4-H livestock girls at the Bay
County Mock Livestock Show


Cory Webb, 4-H alumni, helps Salem Acuff to set up
his cow during the livestock show in Bay County.


Alaina Pitts, 4-H alumni, gives Micha Munson tips on
show ing her animal.


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Bay County


Washington County 4-H member, Micah Munson
with her cow at the Mock Show.


Caitlyn Prichard, Chaplain for Washington County
4-H, at the Bay County Fair Mock livestock show.


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LynnZee Webb. president of the Washington County
4-H Livestock Club, with her cow at the Bay County
Mock Show.

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meeting held on Septem-
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. are: President, LynnZee
,Webb; Vice President,
-:Matt Fisher; Secretary, Pe-
ster Erow; Treasurer. Micah
5Munson; Chaplain. Caitlyn
Prichard; Parliamentarian.
JDesiree Beman; Reporter/
_Historians, Micheal Fisher
band Tyler Imke; Sergeant
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l Snack Coordinator. Gavin
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Ten youth from Wash-
I ington County participated
Sin the Mock Show at the
Bay County Fair held Oct.
-6 through Oct. 7. Alumni
"''Cory Webb and Alaina
"'Pitts were on hand to teach
the youth how to be good
showmen. Buddy Clark,
Cassie Prichard, and Hol-
lis' Savell also helped the
,youth lead their animals
during the show.

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Left: Erin Solgelr Wash-
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animal at the Bay County
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WASHINGTON COUNTY
The state of Missouri is known as the
'Show-Me-State'. So on November 7th, you
will have the privilege and opportunity to make
a change within our county government.
So Show Me that you want that change and
get out and VOTE EDDY G. HOLMAN as
your next County Commissioner. District 4,
Washington County.
I would like to thank my wife, Mary
Holman and my Father and Mother (Rev.,
W.E. Holman and Effie Holman) for all the
help and hard work that they put into my
campaign. I love each of you very much.
* Thankyou
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6A, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, October 25, 2006

COUNTRY OAKS LEA RNIN CETE NEWSaM


David and his grandmother, Laurie. Sixth-grader Christine smiles for the camera.


Eighth-grader Ashlyn working on homework.


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Students get ready to do some homework. Each session starts off with silent reading.
The second year of the After-school additional volunteers to assist with' this As students return from fall break this learning center and parents pick them up
Homework Assistance Program at the volunteer program that will run through- Week. sessions will be held twice weekly at 5 p.m. As you can see by the captions.
Country Oaks Learning Center has dou- out the current .school year, except for on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. The many family members are assisting with
bled in attendance. We have also attracted school holidays. school bus drops the students off at the this program.


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Miss Monica with J.J. and Monique.


Felicia helps Angel with reading assignment.


Who said learning the alphabet was easy?

Picking' and Grinnin'
There will be free Pickin' and Grinnin' jam sessions
held at the Chipley Farmers' Market, located at 685
Seventh Street. This non-profit event will be held the
first and third Saturdays of each month at 2 p.m.. Any-
one who plays an instrument, or just wants to listen will,
be welcome. For more information contact Rick Kent at
(850)638-0577.

Guardian ad Litem .
The Guardian ad Litem Program is seeking volunteers
to represent the best interest of abused and neglected
children. Volunteers are needed in Jackson, Calhoun,
Holmes and Washington Counties. Please call 482-9127,
674-2799, or 638-6043. Training begins November 6 in
Marianna.

NOTICE OF
ELECTIONS
The Washington County Supervisor of
Elections office will hold early voting for
the 2006 General Election from 8 AM to 4
PM Monday, October 23 through Saturday,
November 4, excluding Sundays.
Early Voting will be conducted in the
Supervisor of Elections office located at:
1331 South Blvd., Suite 900
Chipley, FL


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Wednesday, October 25, 2006, Washington County News, 7A

Virtual School offers online education


Above: Washington
County 4-H Livestock
Club members show
their heifers and steers
at Jackson County Beef
Show. Pictured back row,
from the left, are Kyle
Clark, Salem Acuff, Rob-
ert Wheeler and Roger .
Wheeler. Seated from the A
left are LynnZee Webb,
Brittany Johnson and An
Caitlyn Prichard.,

Top right: Brittany
Johnson, who took first
place, in her division,, is
shown with her steer at
the Jackson County Beef
Show held at the fair
grounds in Marianna. .

.Bottom right: LynnZee ..
Webb shows off the first- ..
place ribbon she won
with her heifer, Star, at .. ......-.
the Jackson County Beef r 41" 4
Show held in Marianna. _-" :
Caitlyn Prichard (not
pictured) took a first "
place ribbon with her ,
heifer in her class. LJUI ,


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JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
Florida students in
grades six-12 can take
advantage of online edu-
cation offering a wide va-
riety of courses. Mickey
Hudson of Florida Virtual
School (FVS) was on hand
recently to describe the
program.
FVS was started 10
years ago as a grant-based
program for two school
districts with just 77 stu-
dents. Its founders thought
FVS would only appear
to computer students and
those who were extremely
self-disciplined, but they
were wrong. "Last year
31,000 students took at
least one course with us,"
Hudson said. FVS does not
issue diplomas, but rather
provides a wide array of
courses online. "Whether
public, private or home
schools, any student in
Florida can take a course
with us," Hudson said.
FVS is an asset for local
school districts. A recent
case in point was Hol-
mes County. Ponce deLeon
High School lost its foreign
language teacher, and a for-


*Transportation is being
made available to seniors
in Sunny Hills, Greenhead,
and Wausau areas.
Washington County
Council on Aging has ar-
ranged for transportation
one day per week, depend-
ing on how many riders
need the service. If you
would like to see this ser-
vice in your area, please call
th6 Council on Aging office
at 638-6217 or 638-6216.
The bus trip will be to
Chipley for shopping, pay-


Honorable Jerry Sapp
Board of County Commissioners, District No. 3
Honorable Donnie Strickland
Board of County Commissioners, District No. 1


eign language is required-
if a student is to earn a
Bright Futures scholarship.
The solution An online
course from FVS that stu-
dent took at the computer
lab at PdL. Florida Virtual
School is fully accredited
by two major agencies:
The Southern Association
of Colleges and Schools
(SACS) and The Commis-
sion on International and
Trans-Regional Accredita-
tion, so the students earned
their foreign language
credits. Over 80 courses
are offered.
"Our advance placement
courses are accepted by
almost every college in the
nation," Hudson said.
FVS uses a "rolling en-
rollment," meaning that a
student can enroll at any
time with permission of
their teacher. FVS teach-
ers are in regular contact
with parents and students.
Any email inquiry gets a
response within 48 hours,
and grades for a course are
available within 24 hours.
FVS employs 460 full-
time teachers, and adjunct
and substitute teachers are
available when needed.


ing bills, etc. As soon as
enough requests for service
are received, arrangements
can be made to start the ser-
vice. It is suggested that a
$5 donation be made to the
Council on Aging, which
will be paying Tri-County
Community Council for the
trip, however, no one will
be denied access due to in-
ability to donate.
*Washington County
Council on Aging is recruit-
ing homemakers. If you
have a few hours hours on


There is a 92 percent com-
pletion rate, Hudson said.
Parents are asked to
help with supplies and so
on, but if they can't do
so FVS makes materials
available. "For example.
for a literature course we
would ask the parent to
provide the book, but if
they absolutely can't then
we provide it," Hudson
said. "If something out of
the ordinary is required we
ship it," he said.
FVS has proven handy
for a number of students
who don't fit traditional
molds. For example,
one student is a profes.
sional surfer and takes his
courses online when he is
on tour. One boy who is
a professional actor uses
FVS. Children with major
illnesses or handicaps find
FVS useful. The NCAA
even accepts FVS courses
for athletes.
The Florida legislature
includes Florida Vir-
tual School in the- state's
per-pupil funding model
based solely on successful
completions
For more information,.
go to http://www.fivs.net.


your hands, enjoy cleaning
houses, are friendly, de.
pendable, want to make a
difference in the life of an
elderly person, and need
extra income pick up an ap-
plication at the Council on
Aging, 1348 South Boule-
vard in Chipley. Applicant
must have dependable auto-
mobile, valid drivers license
and auto insurance. Drug
testing and a background
check will be done. EOE
positions available to be
filled immediately.


Honorable Ronnie Finch
Board of County Commissioners, District No. 5
Honorable Gary Clark
School Board, District No. 5


Honorable John Hawkins
School Board, District No. 3

The Value Adjustment Board meets each year to hear petitions
and render decisions relating to ad valorem tax assessments,
exemptions, tax deferrals, and classifications.
The following table summarizes this year's action by the board.

Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6
Number of Total Number of Total Number Reduction
Type Exemption Number of Assessments of Requests in Taxable Shift in
of Requests Exemption Reduced by For As- Value Due to Tax
Property Granted by Requests the Board sessment Board Dollars
the Board Reductions Action
Residential 0 2. .

Commercial

Industrial and
Miscellaneous

Agricultural or 2 8 59,040 923.15
Classified Use
Business
Machinery and
Equipment
Vacant Lots and
Acreage
2 10 0 6
TOTALS 2 10 0 6 59,040 923.15

All taxpayers should be aware that board actions which
reduce taxable value cause tax rates applicable to all
property to be proportionally higher.

Questions concerning the actions taken by this Board may
be addressed to the chairperson or clerk at the following
telephone numbers:
Chairperson: Jerry Sapp, 850-638-6200
Clerk: Dianne Carter, 850-638-6233, Ext. 239


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NOTICE
Tax Impact of Value Adjustment Board


County of Washington, Tax Year 2006
Members of the Board









RA. Washinaton County News. Wednesday. October 25, 2006


DEIniSION200 VTIN INORATIO


Absentee ballots
Floridians have three
ways to cast their ballot
for the November General
Election on election day,
Nov. 7.
To vote by absentee
ballot, a voter, member of
their immediate family, or
their legal guardian may
request an absentee bal-
lot from the Supervisor
of Elections in the county.
in which the voter is reg-
istered. Absentee ballots
may be requested in per-
son, by mail, or by tele-
phone. One request may
cover all elections within a
calendar year.
A request for an absen-
tee ballot for the General
Election to be mailed to a
voter must be received by
the Supervisor of Elections
no later than 5 p.m. on
Nov. 1.
A designee may pick up
an absentee ballot for a
voter up to four days prior:
to election day. A designee
may only pick up two ab-
sentee ballots per election;
other than his or her own
ballot or ballots for mem-
bers of his or her immedi-
ate family..
Designees must have
written authorization from
the voter, present picture
identification, and sign an
affidavit.
Completed absentee bal-
lots must be, delivered to
the Supervisor of Elections
office by 7 p.m. on the day
of the election. Absentee
ballots can not be returned.
to a polling place.
The person requesting
an absentee ballot must.
provide: The name of the
voter for whomn the ballot.
is requested; voter's ad-
dress: date of birth; The
requester's name; address;
driver's license number,
, .f,,,available: relijgnship'
to the vote: and the
requester's signature (writ-
ten request only).
During the November
2004 general election, 1.3


Eddy Holman and Lenzy Corbin at the recent politi-
cal debate.


million Floridians voted
absentee. For more infor-
mation on voting by absen-
tee ballot, visit the Division
of Elections online at http:
//election.dos.state.fl.us

Voter ID
Floridians are reminded
to take identification with
them when they' go to
vote.
Acceptable documents
are Florida driver's license,
Florida identification card
issued by the Department
of Highway Safety and
Motor Vehicles, United
States passport, employee
badge or identification,
buyer's club identification.
debit or credit card. mili-
tary identification. student
identification, retirement
center identification,
neighborhood association
identification, and public
assistance identification.
Any combination of
these documents may be
presented to fulfill the
photo, and signature re-
quirement ~.'
The public is reminded
that primary election day
is September 5, and the
general election is Novem-
ber 6.


Turkey quota permits
Hunters looking to do some turkey hunting on most of
Florida's wildlife management areas during the 2007 spring
turkey season need to apply for quota hunt permits beginning
10 a.m.(EST), Tuesday. Oct. 31.
Quota hunt permit worksheets are available at MyFWC.com/
hunting under "Quota Hunts." Worksheets also are available
at county tax collectors' offices,and at all FWC regional offic-
es. Applicants must apply through the FWC's Total Licensing
System (TLS). Applications are no longer accepted by mail.
Hunters may apply through the Internet at w ildlifelicense.com
or turn in their completed worksheets to any tax collector or
license agent.
All applicants, regardless of when they apply, have the
same chance of being selected as long as they submit their
applications within the application period. Applicants must
apply by 10:59 p.m. Thursday. Nov. 9. to be included in one
of two random drawings. Hunters, who were included in the
random drawing last year but were not issued a quota hunt
permit, will be included in this year's first drawing, known as
the "preference drawing."
SHunters also may apply as a "group." A group leader first
must apply to create the group. The group's number will be
printed on the group leader's receipt. Each person wishing to
join the group must submit an application using that unique
group number. Applicants will receive, by mail, either a spring
turkey quota hunt permit or a rejection notice prior to the be-
ginning of Phase 2 of the selection process occurring Decem-
ber 5. Rejected applicants may re-apply during Phase 2 on a
first-come. first-served basis for any hunts not filled and will
be eligible for the preference drawing next year.
For more information on how to apply, for spring turkey:
quota hunt permits, visit MyFWC.com/hunting.
'NOTICE OF ELECTION AND
QUALIFYING FOR THE TOWN OF
WAUSAU, FLORIDA
GENERAL ELECTION
On Tuesday, December 12, 2006, a General Election will
be held in the Town of Wausau, at the Wausau Town Hall.
1607 Second Avenue, Wausau, FL. Qualifying for the
election will begin on Monday, October 30, 2006 through
Noon on November 3, 2006 at the Wausau Town Hall.
The Qualifying fee is $25.00 plus a 1% election assess-
ment fee for a total of $43.00. The seats up for election
are Council Post 1, currently held by Roger Hagan; Coun-
cil Post 2, currently held by Beatrice Wood; and Council
Post 3, currently held by Dallas darter.
Anyone wishing to vote in the upcoming election who is
not a registered voter may register with the Washington
County Supervisor of Elections on or before November
14, 2006, Registration books will close at this time.
As published in the Washington County News on Octo-
ber 18 & 25, 2006.
MNlargaret Riley. Town Clerk


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Lynn Cope and JoelPate at the recent political debate
at old Chipley High School.


Early voting signature requirements:
Early voting is underway Florida driver's license:
at local Supervisor of Elec- Florida identification card
at local Supervisor of Elec- issued by the Depatment
Lions main and full service -issued by the Deptment
branch offices designated of Highway Safety and
Motor Vehicles: United
by the supervisor.Sta Emploee
In accordance ith Fi- States passport; Employee
In accordance ith Flor- badge or identification;-
ida State Statute 101.657. Buver's club identification;
supervisors may also des- Buyer's club identification;
supervisors may also des- Debit or credit card: Mili-
ignate any city hall or per- identification Student
manent public library tacil- identification: Retiremudent
ity as an early voting site if ent identification:
it is geographically located center ihood association:
providing all voters in the idNeighborhfication and public
county an equal opportu- assistance identification
nity to cast a ballot. assistance identificatIon.
Early voting ill be If the photo identifica-
conducted eight hours tion presented does not
each weekdauyand eight have the voter's signature.
total hours each eekeweekday and eight additional identification
total hours each weekendd with the toter's signature
during the earlN voting wisrth the voquiered nature
period. Voters can contact is required.
their Supervisor of Elec- DurinG the November
tions for locations, dates. 2004 General Election.
and times of early voting 1.4 million early vot-
places. Early voting ends in ballots were cast in
for the General Election on Florida. For more infor-
Sunday. Nov. 5. mation on earl voting.
Floridians who choose please visit the Division
to vote early \,ill need of Elections online at http:
to bring in a photo and //elecnon.dos.state.f.us
signature identification to .Washington Gounty
"-,cs., they, ballot. A, photo ... laSngton m- ountd
and signature identifica- address
Lion has been required to adre s s
vote in Florida since 1998. Ca1ryville Town Hall,
Any of the following docu- 4336 Old Spanish Trail.
Carvville 32427
ments may be presented C -r 3~.
to fulfill the photo and


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Washington County Pre.
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Precinct and Place
Name
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2: Community Center
3: Fire Station
4: Agriculture Center
4A: Agriculture Center
5: Vernon City Hall
6: Voting House-New
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Wednesday, October 25, 2006, Washington County News, 9A

HOLEIXAIDAY ACTIITIES


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Serious interest was be-
ginning to be shown in the
Heritage of Washington
County book in early June
2005. Telephone calls, per-
sonal inquires, emails, let-
ters and visits to our home
were daily occurrences. As
this was happening, the
'Prattler" and wife, Hester,
were the recipients of nu-
merous token gifts from
those submitting stories.
I have labeled the items
given as "perks," a modem
day fashionable term.
The "Prattler" has made
an effort to recall all acts of
kindness which came our
Sway during the assimila-
tion of heritage stories,
both topical and family
histories. Maybe I won't
fail to mention yours.
First, I recall that Con-
nie and Ed Sweigart of
Sunny Hills brought us an
authentic delicious Shoe
Fly Pie all the way from
Floyd, Va., where Connie's
sister resides.
I had heard the song,,
'Shoe Fly Pie and Apple
Pan Dowdy," but had
never eaten one. Ed and I
have a mutual interest in
bluegrass music and both
of us visit County Sales in
Floyd at every opportunity
S for our bluegrass tapes and
CDs.
At the same time, this
couple brought the pie.
they loaned us a book
written by Helen B. His-
coe entitled "Appalachian
Passage" based on the
experience of her husband.
Dr. Bonta Hiscoe, a young
medical doctor and his
service in the coal mining
town of Coal 'MoAn1ain,.
W. Va. This is Connie's
home town and where she
reports living in a "coal
camp" with seven children,
plus mom and dad. Connie
said she left West Virginia
at the age of. 19, at which
time she learned how poor
her family really was.
This is an account of the
doctor's actual experience
with patients, with some
name changes, regarding
his medical practice during
the era of serious unrest
and violence among the
Coal Mine Management
and Labor Unions. The
setting for the book is in
1949-1950. Hester and I
enjoyed the pie and the
bo6k immensely. The book
was returned but the pie is
"gone, gone!"
Gertrude Dunn Weaver
showed keen interest in the
Heritage Book in its early
stages. Each time she came
to our home, she brought
one or more jars of canned
peaches, blueberry jam
,.: and possibly other fruit
jelly. Pear preserves and
more blueberry jelly have
recently been delivered as
she stopped by for two ad-
4 ditional Heritage books.,
;, The jar of blueberry
jelly personally prepared
Sby Ralph Ray, was just
Cleared out this past week.
SLook for Ralph and Mar-
lene's story in the book.
SThey have purchased cop-
ies for themselves and for
each of their three children,.
Kyle, Nelda and Danny.
Prom Jerrine Helms
SBurch and hu sband. Aaron
SBurch, we have enjoyed
some of the best fresh okra
right here at the end of


A good crowd was on hand at last year's Vernon Holiday Festival.


Perry, the Prattler, holds a bag of "Circus Peanuts,"
a gift from Donna Dykes, Washington County News
reporter, who has "first reading" on my column as
she eagerly looks forward to "typing" my article each
week. Thanks, Donna.


the season. Jerrine wrote
the story on her parents,
Dan and Verona Marshall
Helms and their 10 chil-
dren, as well as the history
of her dad's first family
with his marriage to Mae
Williamson with four chil-
dren born to that union.
Clestus Cook gave me
an interesting book writ-
ten by his wife, Willie Mae,
on the history of Chipley's
First ,Assembly of God.
Church and its people. Bu-
ford Williams presented us
with a Book of Psalms with
bold print for easy reading,
and Dorothy Porter Clark's
gift was her treasured book
on her life story.
From Winona (Winkie)
Chestnut VanLandingham
we received a copy of her
book. "'Chestnut Hill," her
account of growing up
and attending schools in
Chipley. For the Heritage
Book. she wrote the story
on her father-in-law, Q.L.
Vanlandingham, who was
Supervisor of Elections for
Washington County.
Phyllis and Stanley Var-
num. who did extensive
writing for the Heritage
Book, shared their fig pre-
serves with us even after I
acknowledged that Hester
has been canning figs from
our own trees. It is always
good to sample the product
of others, especially if it is
fig preserves.
Pearl and Irvin Newsom
came forth with delicious
watermelon ripd preserves.
Maybe this /Was not con-
nected to the book project,
They were faithful radio
listeners when the "Prat-
tler" had the "Bluegrass
Express" on WBGC.
John Best, also a radio
fan. made sure that the
"Prattler" received two
late watermelons grown
by his son and grandson,
Gene and Chris Best of the
Poplar Springs community.
The melons are the Moon
and Stars variety. John, a
World War II combat veter-
an, is aware of the Heritage
Book and I regard him as a
prospect for placing one in


his home before the "sell
-out." .
Mary Hiley Renmming-
ton continues to honor me
with old pictures and writ-
ings of the past, requesting
that I "hold on to them."
Robert Turner gave me the
Time Keepers Book on the
WPA work crew, and Doyle
Land has "loaned" me an
antique book outlining old
time-saving methods of
,improvising and- improv-
ing activities on the farm.
Cousin Bob Wells do-
nated his long-held Book
of Minutes from the col-
lection of his father. Josh
Wells. The front cover
reads, "Minutes of the Fif-
ty-Seventh Session of the
Sandlick Association of
Regular Primitive Baptist
held with the Colly Creek
Church, Letcher County,
Kentucky, Sept. 1-2-3.
1933."
Our neighbors, Bill and
Jane Shumaker, introduced
us to a new line of canned
turnip greens, which re-
quires no seasoning. I
believe collards, as well
as mixed greens are also
available. "Just heat and
serve," the label says.
Thanks to everyone for
every token of apprecia-.
tioin.
Writing "Perry's Prattle"
and being involved in the
Heritage Book project
have been two of the out-
standing highlights of my
life. Both have brought me
much personal satisfac-
tion 'with the response I
continue to receive almost
daily, especially as many
of you continue to pur-
chase books.
Many, many other
volunteers have worked.
equally as hard as I have
in seeing the book come
to completion. Each one's
involvement and contribu-
tion was absolutely neces-
sary in seeing a beautifully.
written, professionally pre-
pared, and coveted piece of
history become a reality.
See you-all next week.


Vernon Christmas
Parade Dec. 9
Vernon will host its
annual Christmas parade
on Saturday, December 9.
The parade is scheduled
to begin promptly at 1 p.m.
and proceed down Main
Street.
Lineup for the parade
will begin at 12:30 p.m. at
the track behind the Old
Vernon High School. Im-
mediately following the
parade, Santa Claus will
be at the City Hall to visit
with the children.
For more information,
and for those wishing to
participate in the parade,
contact Becky at City Hall
at (850) 535-2444.

Wausau
Halloween
The Town of Wausau
will hold its Trick-or-Treat
on October 31, from 5- .7
p.m.

Vendors needed
Artists/crafters, vendors
are needed for the Second
Annual Holiday Festival to
be held Saturday, Decem-
ber 9. Main Street, Hwy.
79, Vernon from 10 a.m.
until 3 p.m.
For information on
booth rentals.,t'' contact
Donna at 859-251-9126 or
Kristy at 850-535-9880.

Wausau
Chiistinas Parade
Wausau will hold its an-
nual Christmas Parade on
Saturday, Dec. 9 at 10 a.m.
Following the parade,
Santa will greet the chil-
dren at the Possum Palace.
Anyone wishing to enter,
the parade should contact
Margaret Riley, Town
Clerk, at (850) 638-1781
or (850) 260-5740.

Trick-or-Treat in
Chipley Oct. 31
Plans for trick-or-treat-
ing in downtown Chipley
have been finalized. Down-
town merchants will begin
distributing, cahdy from
5 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday,
Oct. 31.
The Chamber and

Downtown Activities
Committee encourage all
businesses to participate.
In an effort to help make
Halloween safer for the
children, participants are
encouraged to follow the.
flow of traffic. There will
be signs to help identify
the route along the side-
walk.
Chipley Police Depart-
ment will patrol the area
and limit trick or treating
to Main Street and Rail-
road Avenues.
Other activities to be
held at the Farmer's Mar-
ket building immediately
after trick or treat; a cos-


Chief Kevin Crews and Sheriff Bobby Haddock were
on hand to judge last year's pumpkin contest at the
library.,

Pumpkin contest
Washington County Public Library will hold its second
annual pumpkin decorating contest through October 28.
Children. kindergarten through eighth grade, 'are eli.
gible to participate. Stop by the any Washington County
library branch and pick up a copy of the contest rules and
an entry form. For more information, contact the library.


tume contest for ages new-
born to 10 years-of -age,
sponsored by, the Chipley
Garden Club. They will
also have a chili cook-off
contest. All chili will be
donated to the Garden
Club. who will be selling
bowls of chili,,,Th r..vill,
be a $50 prize for the win-
ner. Contact Louise Mi-
chaels at (850) 638-2111
for more information.
New Life Fellowship
will hold their annual Fall'
Festival in the parking lot
behind the BP station on
Main Street.
More information will
be available are plans are
made. For more informa-
tion, contact the Chamber
of Commerce at 638-4157.


Vernon Halloween
The Town of Vernonwill
hold its Trick-or-Treat on
October 31, from 6-8 p.m.

Vernon Holiday
Festival Dec. 9
SThe "second : annual
Vernon Holiday Festival
will be held Saturday, De.
cember 9 on Main Street
Hwy. 79, Vernon. Hours
are from 10 a.m. 3 p.m.
The festival features local
artists and crafters. food.
music and children's ac.
tivities. Free and open to
the public.'
For info on booth rent.
als please contact Donna at
850-535-2838 or Kristy at
850-535-9880.


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10A, Washington County News, Wednesday, October 25, 2006



RMS and VMS enjoy "Lights on After School!'


14-H L'IVfESTOCK LUB:


KAREM L. ALVAREZ
Staff Writer
Lights went on Octo-
ber 12 at Roulhac Middle
School, when WINGS pro-
gram students welcomed
Vernon Middle School
students to celebrate the
national day "Lights on
After School!"
"Lights on After School"
is a project coordinated by
the After School Alliance,
a nonprofit organization
dedicated to ensuring that
all children have access
to quality, affordable after
school programs by 2010.
"Lights on After School"
is celebrated nationwide
to call attention to the
importance of after school
programs for America's
children, families and com-
munities.
According to statistics, in
America. 14.3 million chil-
dren are alone and unsu-
pervised after school. After
school programs keep kids
safe. help working fami-
lies, and inspire learning.
'Lights On After School!"
\\as launched in October
2000 with celebrations in
more than 1,200 communi-
ties nationwide. The event
grew in 2001 to more than
3.600 events and more than
7.500 in 2005.
This October. one mil-
lion Americans celebrated
Lights on After School.
Partners and programs who
make this event possible
are After School All-Stars.
Boys & Girls Clubs of
America, 4-H After School,
Junior Achievement. the
21st Century Community
Learning Centers. and the
YMCA of the USA.
The grand celebration
featured a dynamic and
educational demonstra-
.tLion from Mad. Science, a
world's s leading science
enrichment provider that
delivers hands-on science
experiences for children.
'Mad Science" encourages
scientific literacy in chil-
dren in an age %when sci-
ence is as vital as reading.
,writing, and arithmetic.
It also. offers live pre-
sentations. theatrical pro-


The grand celebration featured a dynamic and educational demonstration from
Mad Science, a world's leading science enrichment provider that delivers hands-
on science experiences for children.


ductions. and innovative Safety) and is a state and home four days a week.
products at schools, park federally-funded project in WINGS also offer a com-
and recreation depart- the middle grades of four munity family resource
ments. community centers, schools in Holmes County. center, parental involve-
summer camps, corporate six schools of Jackson and ment activities, and basic
special events, and day- the two middle schools in technology assistance.
cares. Washington County. This WINGS collaborates
Mad Science is an in- tri-county program is be- with Literacy Volunteers of
international organization ing administered through America. PAEC Migrant
founded in 1993 and cur- the Panhandle Area Educa- Education. Chipola Col-
rently services children in tional Consortium (PAEC) lege Reach Out Program.
over 150 locations in 22 in Chipley. and the adult education
countries around world. WINGS is a before-and center in Holmes. Jackson,
including the Tallahassee after-school program that and Washington County
location, provides a safe. supervised w ith referrals and common
Its mission is to spark environment for middle activities. Each middle
the imagination and curi- schoolers where they re- school within these conn-
osity of children by pro- cei\e a nutritious snack, ties has been opened up to
viding them with fun, en- homework help. enrich- the community.
tertaining. and educational ment activities, field trips. For more information.
activities that instill a clear summer enrichment pro- call toll free at 1-877-873-
understanding of \what sci- gram. and transportation 7232. ext. 2273.
ence is really about, and
how it affects the world Council on Aging invites seniors
around them.
Programs are dee- Washington County Council on Aging is encourag-

oped by a team of profes- ing senior citizens in the community. 60 years of age or
sional ed by ucators, scientists, older, who are interested in playing cards, board games,
sionalnd educatoeers. enjoying new activities and getting together with other
ana entertainerse. s ,- sejrirstl theia.-or more information on these and
include rocketry. asi other services offered by the Washington County Council
robots. soundmodulation on Aging call 638-6216 or 638-6217 and ask for Debra
space, indoor fireworks,
and over 70 more topics or Janie.
If interested, contact Mad
Science's office in Talla- Free smoke alarms
hassee at 850-383-9143. The Chipley Fire Department is offering free smoke
This event is one of alarms to local residents. Applicants must stop by the
the programs offered by Chipley Fire Department at 1430 Jackson Avenue and
WINGS (Winning Intel- pick up a form to request the smoke alarm. Fill out the
lectually aNd Gaining form and return it to the fire department.


.


Kyle Clark, Washington County 4-H Livestock Club
member with his animal during the Bay County fair.


4.


Calie Gilbert. Washington County 4-H Livestock
Club member with her animal during the Bay County
fair.


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Ethan Solger, Washington County 4-H member
works with his animal during the Bay County fair.


Craft classes at the Library
The Chipley library will be hosting a series of craft
classes starting at 6 p.m. on Oct. 26. and continuing for
the next three Thursday nights.
Workshops will vary in length depending on the craft.
The first class, on Oct. 26. %%ill be a Christmas or holiday
ornament class. Cost of this workshop % ill be $3.00 and
advance registration is required..
November 2. the class %\ill be on the art of paper cut-
ting. This class is for adults only. There is no fee and
no registration is required but each participant is asked
to bring an Exacto type knife (with extra blades), craft
knife, or a very sharp knife and a pair of scissors. All
other supplies v, ill be provided.
The November 9, class will be a padded picture frame
class. The cost for this class has not been determined and
registration is required.
The November 16, class will be a table top decoration.
The supplies and cost have not been determined: registra-
tion is required.
To register for any of the four classes, call Linda or
Barbara at 638-1314.



KMS students collecting box tops
Students at Kate M. Smith Elementary School have
taken on a worthwhile project for the 2006-07 school
year. They are saving Box Tops for Education to earn
money to purchase outdoor equipment for the school.
"This year, the school has set a goal of earning $1.000
through Box Tops to purchase picnic tables." a spokes-
man said.
"If you'd like to help the students at Kate Smith reach
their goal to buy picnic tables, there are several easy
ways to get involved," the spokesman explained.
"Collect Box Tops from hundreds of familiar, participat-
ing products and send them to Kate M. Smith,"Attention
BJ Alderman, Box Tops coordinator." at 750 Sinclair
Street, Chipley, FL 32428.
"You can also sign up on the Box Tops website at
boxtops4education.com. Designate Kate M. Smith El-
ementary School as the one you wish to support," she
added. "At the Box Tops website, you'll learn more
about all the easy ways you can choose to make a differ-
ence all at no additional cost to you."
Box Tops for Education, a school fund-raising pro-
gram, is now in its 10th big year. The program sponsored
by General Mills has helped America's schools raise
more than $175 million to buy the things they need such
as library books, school supplies and playground equip-
ment.


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STEPS OF THE WVASHING-
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IPITERET 114 THE .URPLUS
FAlOI.rTHE ALE IF A..L lF 'H uER
THAN THE PROPERTr OWtfFER
AE 'OF THE LATE O'F THE LIT
PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM
WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE
SALE.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICAN WITH DISABILI-
TIES ACT, PERSONS WITH DIS-
ABILITIES NEEDING A SPECIAL
ACCOMMODATION TO PAR-
TICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING
SHOULD CONTACT THE A.D.A.
ADMINISTRATOR FOR THE
CLERK OF THE COURT NOT
LATER THAN 7 DAYS PRIOR TO
THEPROCEEDING, AT IF HEAR-
ING IMPAIRED, (TDD) 1-800-955-


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FCR
W ,.HIIICTOIj CGOUrIT.
FLORID,
PROBATE DIVISION
Cai6 Num.,'6; mE..'.-,E CP-17
ir, R- Tr.e Eilatin GI
ELDE1r RODGER BLAZER
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All cr6a.3Iur ,O l iri., O r..-"n i ,-r,0
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WITHir THE LATER OF THREE
(3 f.IOrlTHS F TER TriE DATE
OF TIE FIRST F,.I6LICsTIl11
OF iHi HCTICE ,R THIRT.'
li0i DY=. AFTER THE TIME OF
SERvICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM
Ail ..]r :r .3r- 1 Inr a,.:-
dent and persons having claims
or .demands against the. estate
SGi irec a-: der.'l .T.uI Ils Inlr.ir
CIh,.,'- AI'r inil, ,A i, F/VirTmiri
THREE MIOIlTHS. AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TIONl OF THIS NOTICE
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
IN iECTICrl 7'j3 .02 OF THE
FLORID, rOB t CODE WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS C OR .IC'RE AFTER THE
DE EDENIT S OJTE OF OEATH
I. BARRED
Tr,- .31ai m r Irr.s fir I DuDiJ.C
n ior. .ui ini n. c 1 i [: t-
KERRY ADKISON, PA.
Attorney for Domiciliary Personal
Representatives
Post OffIce Box 669
Chipley, Florida 32428-0669
(850) 638-2643
Florida Bar No. 0843253
HARRY BLAZER
Domiciliary Personal Repre-
sentative
524 King Arthur Drive
Virginia Beach, VA 23464
SHIRLEY FROEMMING
Domiciliary Personal Repre-
sentative
6178 Manchester Park Circle
Alexandria, VA 22310
As published In the Washington
County News October 25 and
November 1, 2006.


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Ill THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR:
W. iHINJ,-TO1,"OUIIr' FLOOR.
IDA
PROBATE DlviSIOr
C z it 6;.06,CF 14i
ir Ae. Elaleiul
PHILLIP IIOLA'N4BARBEE.
NOTICE TO, CREDCITO- S
Tre 3'3r,,ri lr3i.:,r, Ol Ir, all
ca PHILLIP riOL'i BARBEE.
dir.:Ca, 0. Ar.:.-:-; Jdrl, rl aln
rA, 'P llI--.r 01 06 Ana
rc ;l 'frTl nwumnO
i .r 196E2 erairg '
the Circuit Court lr Wt rr.,inin,
ton County, Florida, Probate
I' "l7 Lc'.." B.- Cr,.pi,.A
rlcr,,aa 24.'d i T-r'.d-" Trr r, ,.i:
and addresses of the personal
representative and the personal
Ielprn,.-rlall,- = anoil'r.. ,arm A
. hnr, MAI.,A
AI creditors of the decedent and
other person having claims or
don rar.3i agdiAlr, Il. a .:3, ni ,
:laljAr .n r.on, a r.Opy lnli
Ii'l 'ce I: req.jira C IC cer.Ad
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creaIl,.- .' Ilc. 3 C-e
dent and other persons having
claims or demands .against the
a :Cea 'nl i eFrlal r r iIJ Ile trI I lr.
.i. iT al in in o, jrl WITHIIN .
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE. I
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITH
THETIME PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
Notice Is October 25, 2006.
Attorney for the Personal Rep-
resentative:
KERRY ADKISON
Post Office Box 669


CniQj. FL 324-128 06 S9

F,:r,aa i tlsar b1843253
Per-orlail ReoreE.rrizaili.v
DEBORAH H B,,BEE
91 -C'N t ear.r, HiI Road
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As uol.r, ed in lor. W1 i-r.inglon
Cunr, Nev. Qci,.,rer 3rd a
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III THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR WASH.
INGTOrd COiUJInT'. FLORID
CAE lIo 67.06-CA-20
.JA.IES M CUTT3 5nrJ ,1.1
LItIDA S CUTS
PlawirillTS,

.IO/CFE C.GFFeN 0cn, .ea ncr
zurvingr zp uiA MIKE GREEN.
.her linmnl dlicerilarlA. KELLY
REhlA GREEN JULIE DAR-
LEIlE BLEDSOE ar. JOHN
RUNC'OLPH BLEDSOE. 3r.a
9n, unnar,'3 rnera,. nviliea.
graniH0a. Asignree. Il.rorA
cr dIlor rruIe: or Ar',o D0r.'
sor cialmiTr.g ui, irrouh.m Lr.a6r
or W3airl:i IrI Ti. or arn oi itntr.
and ALL UNKtlOWh PEPOIS ,1
.al3 r.ad II da3,1 Iri.r unkrionri,
rou i:. rIra d.i 2. ,rar nI
LruW Ine r [1 erE nG ,r 1,'_ Cllnr,
Inrg D inr,.'u n. uncer 01 g3,:
, r. lr I ni
AMENDED NOTICE OF JUDI-
CIAL SALE
;LRSuArHT T"' -a844'1I FLA.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that
purua,'''l lu ial Firnai Judgmnri
F, ForaiA:j ure a]e OCloDer 16
1 '.l06 .r.Caldlo 67-'6-CA.220
c. 1ir.i C.riun rCOu iWA0hnrr,,Viln
County, Florida, that I, Linda'
H. Cook, as Clerk of the Circuit
Court, will, on the 28 l day of
November, 2006, at 11:00 a.m. at
the North door of the Washington
Ccnr,r/ Cu, nroue& eil to the..
nlgrn,:| nilaer. Ior cash. the fol-
lowing real property located In
Washington County, Florida:
L L; 1, oiACd BlioCK 0, ir. MEAR'
ACRE, SUSDIVISION ,Se-clion
34. Toa-,sn.p 5 jlonn. Rarnge
13 West, according to Plat on
file In the office of the Clerk
of Circuit Court, Washington
County, Florida, and recorded on
February 26,,1973, in Plat Book -
3, Page 84 .
'Anyperson other than the prop-
erty owner as of the date of the [is
p.n;Cer.s Cis.ming. an r.nermtil ir
tre :urplus irern Ir. s sale' Ii iar.,
must file a claim' within 60 days
after the sale.
DATED this.20Qday of October,
2006.
LINDA H. COOK
CIrK l I Cir ull Court
By K McCar-
.. DeuTyt Cldrt,
As published In the Washington
County News October 25, and
November 1,2006. -


III THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
WASHINGTON COr.i1 C T'. LOR.
IDA,
PROBATE DIvIaoI
C-ASE NO E7.F-.CP.145.
IN RE ESTATE OF
STEPHANJIE MONICA DAVIS
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAI.IS,:R DEMANDS AGAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Ir311 Ir 30,Ta ,' lIrral,3r- nul Iri6 c
a131- OF Slern3nie M:.Lr,,oa Davi:
aIC0aliia Care hTn berlfL
CP-14 i. pona.'.g ,r,. Ir Cir,u.I
Courn r. jna o r Warnlr gin
Counrr, Fh.:,nil. Pro-ala, DvliO ..
Iro .aJr6.O' 1 ; n.clnr i' Linal
Cool' ClerkofCircuitCourt, 1293
Jacb ior, A,ernue Crioply. FlOnda
3j.4':. anjr .r,:,;6 etree[5,3,13rne.;
.i1293 JacS ,ou'A ,nui., Crupin,.
FlOrda 3 2428 Trne Per or,.a
R pr-;,'r.rialIl 01 ie ale ii n
lon,.:'aD BanrF0.En. innAe a.arsS .
is 177.1 Salem Drva Chipiwv.
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a,,ia wnori maara.g adre s Is
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arnna lr:.ri n-alaCe' atorno ,

Ai4 An r. n: nasr. g clair-. or at-
manar, o3ganr1 1-6 CAI 36 ar re- "
qireO WITHIN THREE MOUTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OFTHIS NOTICE,
to file with the Clerk of the above
court a written statement of any
claim or demand they may have.
Each claim must be in writing .
and must indicate the basis for
the claim, the name and address
of the creditor or his agent or at-,
tomey, and the amount claimed.
If the claim is not yet due, the date
when it will become due shall be
stated. If the claim is contingent
or unliquidated, the nature of the
uncertainty shall be stated. If the
claim is secured, the security
shall be described, The claimant
shall deliver sufficient copies of
the claim to the Clerk to enable
the Clerk to mall one copy to each :
personal representative.
ALLCLAIMSOR DEMANDS NOT r
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER .
BARRED.
The date of .the first publication
of the Notice of Administration
Is: October 25 2006
Monicia D. Banks,
Personal Representative of the
Estate
Of Stephanie Monicla Davis,
Deceased
THEODORE R. BOWERS, ESQ.
Attorney for Personal Repre-
sentative
P.O. Box 811
213 Harrison Avenue, #2 (ZIP
32401).
Panama City, FL 32402-0811
Telephone: (850) 785-0241 ,
Fla. Bar No. 0007890
As published in the Washington
County News October 25 and
November 1,2006. ',









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12A, Washington County News, Wednesday, October 25, 20
Recovered bicycles at CPD
The Chipley Police Department has picked up several
bicycles that have been left abandoned throughout the
city. "If your bicycle has been lost or stolen, you need to
*check with us to see if we might have your bike," said
Chief Crews.
Go by or call the Chipley Police Department at 638-
6310, Monday through Friday, from 7:30 a.m. until 4:30
p.m. ,
"We prefer that you have your bike's serial number
or at least a very good description of your bike such as
make, model, color and height of the bike." said Crews.

Fire inspections underway
Chipley Volunteer Fire Department and the City of
Chipley are conducting fire and life safety inspections of
buildings throughout Chipley. Chief Floyd Aycock said
inspections are being done to "head off' serious fires like
one that destroyed all of downtown Chipley in the past.
The inspections are covered under amendment to Or-
dinance 868, which will have its second reading at City
Council on Tuesday, Sept. 12. at 6 p.m. The amended or-
dinance gives the fire chief authority to inspect all build-
ings (except the inside of private dwellings) at least once
a year to look for possible fire or safety violations.
If violations are discovered the chief or his designated
representative can order that the situation be corrected
and set a time to do so. There are provisions for a re-in-
spection and a $25 fine if a third inspection is required.
A similar fee would be imposed on each subsequent in-
spection.
Right of appeal is included in the amendments. Fail-
ure to comply with the ordinance would make the o\\ ner
or occupant subject to citation and possible fines under
code enforcement regulations.
The chief would also review fire protection plans for
new development, placement of fire hydrants, and estab-
lishment and use of fire lanes.
These regulations apply inside the city limits of
Chipley. Those limits are defined in amendments to Or-
dinance 869.

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Residents living in and around Washington County
can be screened to reduce their risk of having a stroke.
Life Line Screening will be at the St. Theresa Catholic
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Boulevard in Sunny Hills. Through preventive screen-
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Screenings are fast. painless and low cost. They in-
volve the use of ultrasound technology, and scan for po-
tential health problems related to blocked arteries "which
can lead to a stroke, aortic aneurysms which can cause a
ruptured aorta, and hardening of the arteries in the legs.
-which are a strong predictor of heart disease. Also of-
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Each screening takes ten minutes or less to complete.
A complete vascular screening package. including the
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These non-invasive and painless ultrasound tests help
people identify their risk for stroke, vascular diseases or
osteoporosis early enough to begin preventive proce-
dures. For more information regarding the screenings or
to schedule an appointment, call 1-877-237-1287. Pre-
registration is required.

Habitat for Humanity roast
The fourth annual Celebrity Roast Dinner hosted by
Habitat for Humanity of Washington County will be
held 6 p.m. Tuesday. Nov. 14. at the Agriculture Center
in Chipley. It will feature Carol Finch Griffin with Perry
Wells as master of ceremonies. Tickets for the steak din-
ner and the roast are $15 each.
Tickets for the roast are available by calling Deb-
bie McCrary at 638-4436 or Rebecca Harris, 638-1753.
They may also be picked up at several local businesses.
Call McCrary for details.

Falling Waters State Park
Florida Department of Environmental Protection,
Division of Recreation and Parks will hold two public
meetings to discuss the Falling Waters State Park's land
management plan with the advisory group members.
SThe first meeting will be held at 7 p.m., Thursday, Nov.
2. at Blue Lake Community Center located just south of
the interstate on Highway 77.
The second meeting is scheduled for Friday. Novr. 3
at 9 a.m. in the Washington County Public Library on.
Highway 90 in Chipley.
All interested individuals are encouraged to attend
one of these public meetings. An agenda is available by
calling Falling Waters State Park at (850)638-6130. The
Park is located at 1130 State Park Road, Chipley.
Hearing and speech impaired individuals can contact
the agency Aby using the Florida Relay Service, 1-800-
955-8771 (TDD). or 1-800-955-8770 (voice).
For more information contact, Park Manager Ronnie
Hudson at 638-6130 or email him at Ronnie.Hudson@d
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Holmes County Times-Advertiser
Wednesday October 25, 2006


Sports Beat Rone qualifies for state golf tournament f
Sports Beat Rone qualifies for state golf tournament


JEREMY RAINES
Sports Editor
For anyone that has
made their way out to one
of the area high school
football games this season,
you have to be scratching
your head and asking, what
is going on.
There isn t a team in the
area that warrants watch-
ing but there is still hope
for a few of the teams.
Vernon and Chipley head
into Friday night s game
with identical 2-1 district
records and the winner will
advance to the playoffs
while the loser s chances
are over.
Graceville and Cotton-
dale are both assured of
playoff spots, but the win-
ner of their game on Friday
will decide the champion
and runner-up. Either of
these games are a total toss
up as none of"these teams
seem to show any desire to
separate themselves from
the pack.
Chipley staggers into the
Vernon game after being
toppled by Blountstown
and Vernon was no bet-
ter losing to Marianna by
double digits. .
Vernon s season was
more expected as they lost
nearly all of their skill
players from a year ago
and were looking for other
players to step up.
Chipley on the other
hand was excited and
came in with a new coach
and tons of talent at the
skill positions this season.
Chipley has suffered some
close losses to good teams-.
but the attitude from most
players is a lack of confi-
dence in the Tigers squad
and many are asking when
things are going to change.
As you look ahead to next
season the Tigers will lose,
several of their skill players
to graduation and will once
again be looking for talent
to step up.
Vernon is taking their
lumps this year and should
come out of this year with
a good learning curve and
looking to get back to their
winning ways next season.
Other area teams are,
well, NOT GOOD at all.
Holmes County finally
got off the slide with a
win over Bozeman last
Friday night and will finish
the season with only one
win following their trip to
Blountstown this Friday. I
will give the Blue Devils
credit they may be the best
one-win team in the state of
Florida. I also should gi\e
their coaching staff credit
for managing to get their
players to compete every
Friday night. despite their
record.
Well, high school foot-
ball as a whole has been a
disappointment for me and
I guess the only thing left to
look forward to is basket-
ball and baseball seasons.

Golf tourney

announced
Carmel Assembly of
God Men s Ministries is
hosting its seventh annual
whole-in-one golf toiurna-
ment on Saturday, Oct.
28, at Dogwood Lakes
Golf Club in Bonifay.
This is a four-person
best ball format. Entry
fees are $35 per person
and lunch and door prizes
are included. Tee off will
be at 8 a.m.


For more information
call 547-3266.


Emily Rone, a senior
from Holmes County High
School (HCHS), competed
in the regional golf tourna-
ment Oct. 17 in Panama
City Beach. She finished
with an 81 and was low
medalist for individual
girls, as well as overall in
the girls division. It was
her third regional competi-
tion.
Rone advanced to the
state finals Oct. 24-25 in
Vero Beach. She is the first
HCHS golf team member
to achieve this goal.
Emily and other golfers
from Holmes County were
among the 18 teams and 10
individuals competing un-
der stormy skies and windy
conditions during the tour-
nament at Hombre Golf
Course in Panama City.
The first players teed off
at 8 a.m. and the last group
came in at 4:30 p.m. Grant
Gavin and Amy Carroll,
both HCHS seniors, com-
peted in the regionals for
the second-straight year.


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Emily Rone knocks it on in two for an eagle try on the par-5 16th hole at the Dis-
trict match. Rone played for the individual state title on Oct. 24.
Gavin finished the day with Amanda Delacruz (Pen- place, Walton 323. Indi-
a score of 103. Carroll had sacola Catholic) placed vidual boys were first, Paul
117. second with an individual McClure (Walton) with 73,
Gulf Breeze girls team score of 82. and Lewis Gruber (Mc-
placed first with a team Boys teams advancing clay) with 73.
score of 347 and Mcclay were first place, Pensacola All the winners played in
was second with 419. Catholic 312; and second the state final Oct. 24.


Blue Devils get first win of season at Bozeman


Jeffery Franks
Sports Correspondent
Holmes County topped
Bozeman 20-7, and the
Blue De\ils are now 1-8.
After receiving the ball
on the opening kick Ran-
dall Works brought the ball
back to the Devils' 35 On
the first drive the Devils
were forced to punt. The
hike was short but Brad
White scrambled, picked it
up and was able to get the
kick off in time.
The Bucks took over at
the Bliei '' ;ils' 45. The
Bucks' next drive stalled
out. On fourth and three
they attempted a field goal
but it shot wide left.
The Blue Devils took
over and White and Evan
Speights did most of the
work to move the ball from
their own 20, capped off
by a touchdown run by
Speights. The extra point
by White was good.
The Bucks took the
kickoff back to their own
30 with Jairit Sanders do-
ing the running. With a
penalty and tackle in the
back field by a host of
Devils the Bucks were
forced to punt.
Taking over at their own
34, the Blue Devils moved
the ball 32 yards before
their drive stalled out as
the first quarter ended.
In the second quarter,
the Devil defense held the
Bucks to a four-play drive,
\\here Mason Bennett ran
the ball for a gain of two.
On second: down Chad
Dunn of Holmes County
showed off his strength
by taking Bennet off his
feet and into the air for the
tackle, with one arm. On
third down Adam Hann
chased down quarterback
Andrew Brannon. After a
punt on fourth down the
Devils moved the ball
all the way for the score,
Speights ran the ball seven
out of nine plays for an ad-
ditional 31 yards, three first
downs and the touchdown.
Works made his mark on
the next Bucks drive. On
first down Works tackled
Brett Shumate after an
11-yard run. He then in-
tercepted a pass intended
for Trever Grier on third
down. Works came from
behind Grier and took the
ball from Grier. He ran
it back five yards before
Grier tackled him.
With 1:09 left in the first
half White and Speights
kept it on the ground to run


out the clock.
At half time the score
was 14-0 with the Blue
Devils out front.
On the opening kick
White kicked the ball short
off the helmet of a Bucks
player. Before any of the
Bucks could react, Kyle
Griffin jumped on the ball.
The third quarter,
however, went scoreless.
Neither offense could
overpower the opposing
defense. The Bucks had
a nine-play drive \\here
onh' fouriif pla' there \\as
forward progress, includ-
ing a quarterback sneak
in w which, after a five-yard
gain, Tyler Cooey slammed
Brannon to the ground, and
a 10-yard rush by Bennet
that was stopped by Hunter
Marshall.
On the Blue Devils next
drive of nine plays, Peacock
caught a pass from Justin
Miller for 26 yards and
the touchdown. The play
was fourth and five. The
offense realized they could
draw the player defending
Peacock away just enough
to give Peacock time to use
his breakaway speed to get
doWnfield, Miller snapped
the ball then faked a hand-
off to Speights, which
did the trick, Peacock
defender, broke formation
as Peacock ran down field
as every defender went
after Speights, then Justin
Miller cut left and dropped
back and threw a textbook
picture-perfect pass to Pea-
cock who took it in for the
six-point gain.
Now with the score at
20-0 the Bucks had no
chance to win.
However, !the Bucks did
not give up and on the next
drive of 12 plays they used
their arsenal against the
Devils. Mason Bennet,
who scored the touchdown
on this drive, and Brett
Shumate were this arsenal.
Bennet moved the ball
most of the plays and on
third and goal ran it in for
the touchdown which put
the Bucks on the board.
The rest of the game
was controlled by the
Blue Devils. After their
own drive stalled, Peacock
came up big and inter-
cepted a Bucks pass and
the Blue Devils ran out
the clock. The final score
was 20-7 with the Holmes
County Blue Devils over
the Bozeman Bucks. Next
week the Blue Devils play
Blountstown.


Brad ibnile carries lor a nrst down during me game
at Bozeman.


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WC 4-H offers
shooting club
Washington County 4-
H is offering a Shooting
Sports Club. The club will
be lead by Bill Howell and
Gary Clark of Chipley,
Florida. The minimum
eligible ages for this club
are eight years for archery,
eight years for rifle and air
rifle and 10 years for shot-
gun.
If you are interested in
joining this club, please
contact our office at 638-
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Tri-County

Home Builders
tourney set
Tri-County Home-
builders Association
will host their annual
"Swinging for Scholar-
ships" golf tournament
Saturday, Nov. 4, at the
Indian Springs Golf Club
in Marianna.
The shotgun start will
begin at 8:30 a.m. with
lunch and awards follow-
ing the tournament. This
is a four person/select
shot format.
Entry fee is $60 per
person with proceeds
going to the Tri-County
Home Builders Scholar-
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Vernon falls to Marianna, 40-18


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
The Marianna Bulldogs
celebrated Senior Night
Friday by defeating the
Vernon Yellow Jackets
40-18 at Bulldog Stadium.
Bulldog senior Phillip Syl-
vester led the way with 218
yards rushing.
It looked like. the Jack-
ets would score on their
opening drive after Nick
Holmes' 47-yard run put
the ball first-and-goal at*
the, Marianna nine. The
Bulldogs held, however,
and took over on their own
five.


The Jackets came right
back on the next drive.
Renaldo Brown's 23-yard
run put the ball on the
Marianna 20, and on the
next play QB Josh Boyette
hit Markel Andrews for the
score. The missed extra
point miide it 6-0 Jackets
with 4:25 left) in the first
quarter.
Marianna came back on
the ensuing drive. Sylves-
ter picked up 36 yards on
five carries, QB Brandon
Gardner hit a 30-yard com-
pletion to Jamie Johnson,
and Gardner finished .off
the drive with a 16-yard


Nick Holmes (6) runs up the middle for a Vernon first
down.


bootleg for the score. The
failed two-point attempt
left the score 6-6 with 1:19
left in the first quarter.
That ended scoring for
the first half, but Vernon
had another chance for a
score that was called back.
Boyette hit Andrews for
what appeared to be a 47-
yard TD pass, but Andrews
was called for offensive
pass interference on a very
close call. There was also
an unsportsmanlike penalty
for excessive celebration,
and that killed that drive.
The Jackets turned the
ball over on downs at the
Bulldog 19 on another
drive late in the second
quarter, and Marianna took
the ensuing drive to the
Jackets' 20. Gardner's first
pass went off a wide-open,
receiver's chest, and the
second went through the
hands of the diving John-
son. A holding call set the
Bulldogs back to the 35,
and an incompletion on
fourth down turned the ball
over to Vernon.
Sylvester opened the sec-
ond half with a 48-yard TD
run with 10:17 left in the'
third quarter, His success-


Vernon's offense once again struggled in the r game against Marianna.
ful two-point conversion and a Holmes' 2-yard run left in the thi
made it 14-8 Bulldogs. put the ball on the Mari- Eric Booth's
Gardner struck through anna 39. converted the
the air for Marianna's next Two plays later Boy- attempt and the
score, hitting a wide-open ette hit Holmes over the 30-12 Marianna
Bradley Battles for a 67- middle. Holmes :;juked a the fourth.
yard TD pass. Sylvester's defender and dovo into the Marianna go1
successful two-point at- end zone for the score. The tackling Holme
tempt made it 22-6 Bull- missed two-point attempt zone, and fol
dogs with 7:05 left in the made it 22-12 Marianna. 'Vernon kickoff
third. Marianna came, back dog QB Brandc
Vernon responded on on the next drive as Syl- Johnson for a
the next drive. Boyette hit vester ran 56 yards for the pass. The succ
four-straight completions score with 40.8' seconds point conversion


ird quarter.
reception
two-point
e score was
ia going into

t a safety by
s in the end
lowing the
, new Bull-
on Booth hit
34-yard TD
essful two-
on made it


Blountstown wins 'Battle of Tigers' against Chipley, 38-9


Merle Eastman
Football Correspondent
The District 2-2B
Championship is at stake.
The Blountstown Tigers
sent a message loud and
clear, scoring twice in the
first quarter and were nev-
er seriously challenged as
they went on to defeat
Chipley's Tigers 38-9 at
Bowles Field in Blount-
stown last Friday night,.
Blountstown won the
coin toss and deferred to
the second half, which
i allow ed Chipley tb' go on
6ffkfise first. 'The kick' by
Jonathan Lockhart was
-taken by Josh Potter at
the six-yard line and run
back to the 10. The first.
Chipley play resulted
in a penalty for a false
start. Potter rushed for
25 yards to the 35: Hunter
Park found Paul Hardrick
for a six-yard comple-
tion. Two .successive
passes fell incomplete
and Chipley \%as forced
to 'punt with Park's punt
rolling out-of-bounds at
the Blountsto\ n 21.
Blountstown drove
toward the Chipley end-
zone, culminating with a
Cory Cox pass connecting
with Jonathan Lockhart
for a 24-yard completion
for a touchdown. The kick.
for PAT by Lockhart was,
good and the Blountstown.
Tigers had made a state-
ment as they nowi had a
7-0 lead.
The following kick was
taken by Potter at his own
three-yard line and ran


back to the 24, where
Chipley turned the ball
back to Blountstown on
an interception at the 23-
yard line.
The Blountstown
drive was aborted when
Chipley recovered a
fumble at the 10, however
three plays later a Chipley
fumble was recovered at
the Chipley 10.
Blountstown was quick
to capitalize on this gift as
Ryan Baker rushed for a
10-yard gain and a touch-
down. .
,Thde"'"kiek for PAT'Wis
good and. the Blount-
stown Tigers now were
enjoying a 14-0 lead over
their division rivals.
After non-produc-
tive possessions by each
team, the first .quarter
ended with Chipley in,
possession at its own 10-
yard line. Chipley led by
Park drove 90 yards as he
threw five completions in
seven attempts and cul-
minating with a 32-yard
touchdown strike to Paul
Hardrick.
Hardrick had two other
completions, and Zach
Schaubhut also had two
completions in this drive.
The PAT kick by Bran-
don Sikora (with Tucker
Mathis holding) was good
and Chipley narrowed the
gap to 14-7.
This was a 14-play
drive, taking 6:14 min-
utes of play.. ,
Blountstown exploded
for three more scores in
the remainder of the quar-


ter as Timothy Copeland
had a 59-yard and a five-
yard touchdown run, and
Ryan Baker had a 10-yard
touchdown run. PAT at-
tempts failed on all three
scores, as the Blount-
stown Tigers now had a
32-7 lead at half-time.
Four plays after the
second half kick-off by
Chipley, Blountstown's
Copeland rushed for 56-
yard gain and a touch-
down. The kick attempt
for PAT failed bringing
the score to'389-7. :
k "Following- this 'score,
Chipley went three plays
and a punt, but a rough-
ing the kicker penalty was
called and Chipley gained
another set of downs.
A Josh Potter pass of
31 yards was intercepted,
fumbled, and recovered
by Blountstown in the end
zone for a safety.
Score: Blountstown 38,
Chipley 9. The mercy rule
was applied and the re-
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real fast.
Defensive standouts for
the Chipley Tigers were
Shane' Kriser, Zach Lee,
Brett O'Neal, Josh Hayes,
Victor Travis, and Mikie
Smith.
Hunter Park finished
with eight of 18 for 85
yards, a TD and one in-
terception. Josh Potter
rushed for 47 yards on 13
carries.
For Blounistown. Ryan


Baker had 10' carries
for 135 yards and three
touchdowns. including a
run of 57 yards; Timothy
Copeland had 115 yards
two touchdowns, includ-
ing a 57-yard touchdown
run.
After Blounstown's
two first quarter scores,
their defense tightened
and the Blounstown Ti-
gers controlled the. game
- defensively and offen-


sively.
Chipley and Vernon
are now tied at 2-1 in
district, both having lost
to Blountstown and they
will play each other next
Friday at Phillip Rountree
Stadium in Chipley.
They will be playing
for the runner-up spot in
District 2-2B and the hon-
or of playing the District
1-2B winner Northview
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Wednesday, October 25, 2006, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 3B

Graceville falls to Baker, 26-24 M '"
75i,


GAIL MOUL
Sports Correspondent
/ For the second time,
this season, the Graceville
High School Tigers lost a
game in which they had
-the lead. Friday night in
Baker, they built a 10-0
lead and then stood by
:and watched the Gators
run ahead of them. The
.final score was 26-24.
Jay Jay Laster scored
from two yards out at the
3:35 mark in the first quar-
ter. Tissi Robinson kicked
the extra point, giving the
Tigers a 7-0 lead.
In the early minutes of
the second quarter, Rob-
inson kicked a 35-yard
field goal at the 10:30
mark'. Then, the Gators
took over at their own
30 and ran the ball, play
after play. into the end
zone. They were helped
by a pass interference call
on first down. The touch-
down was scored at the
7:18 mark. The kick was
good and it was Tigers 10,
Gators 7.


Laster returned the kick
off to the Gators 18. On
first down, he lost four.
Then, he gained four on
second down. On third
down, Steverson faded
back to pass and lost
control of the ball. It was
recovered at the 49.
The Baker drive be-
gan at the 5:27 mark and
ended with a 15-yard pass
for the touchdown at the
59-second mark. The kick
was no good but the Ga-
tors had a 13-10 lead.
Graceville got the ball
at their 45 and Steverson
connected with Mautreze
Bullock for a first down at
the Gators' 36.
Another pass attempt
failed at the 20-second
mark. Laster scored his
second touchdown of the
night from 35-yards out
and Robinson added the
extra point.
At half-time, the Tigers
led 17-13.
Disaster struck in the
third quarter. The Tigers'
first possession went 1. 2,


3, and punt. Second pos-
session at the 6:30 mark
went 1, 2, and 3 with an
incomplete pass on fourth
down. Meanwhile the Ga-
tors were controlling the
ball and the clock. Start-
ing at the Tigers 49. Baker
scored on a 40-yard pass
completion at the 6:35
mark. The kick was good
and the Gators led 20-17.
Starting at Gracevilles'
42. the Gators took con-
trol of the ball and kept
it for the rest of the quar-
ter. T\\o plays into the
fourth quarter, the Tigers
stopped the Gator drive at
their 12.
On first down. a pitch
from Steverson to Laster
was intercepted.
The Tiger defense
again rose up and stopped
the Gators short of the end
zone.
The Gators got the ball
back at their own 43. In
four plays, the Gator run-
ning back took off for
a 41-yard touchdown.
There was 4:49 left in the


game.
The two-point attempt
failed and Baker led 26-
17.
The Tigers started at
the Baker 49 and marched
down the field with Laster


gaining 14. 15. and four.
He finally went into the
end zone from 15 yards
out. The kick was good
and Baker's lead was cut
to two points.
With 2:57 left. the Ga-


tors decided to run out the
clock.
Graceville will play
Friday night in Cotton-
dale where the District
1-lB championship will
be decided.


Tighe gets his wish for competition
American Wrestling i
Federation champion ... .
Chris Tighe whined about.
a lack of competition ,^ .: ...- '
Saturday night. Well, he ...: ..'-* ,, .
got competition. He was .;
matched with none other ... '.
than MountainMan. oneof
the best-known wrestlers
in the region. The massive
man from Stone Mountain, -- ..
GA gave Tighe all he could
handle, but with the help
of fellow member of the
Canadian Cartel. David
Prime, Tighe retained his
title. A rematch is in the
works.
my Prirne also retai.ned-' .
Ahis Southern States tille :
against newcomer Billy t ....
Wayne. who came at him ,,-. n...... ..-, aB-,, ,s .
from all directions and had Terry Ryker prepares to
Prime in trouble several introduce AWOL to the
times, mat in recent AWF ac- SET O B0
Other matches were: tion in Chipley. WEET LLE 1o
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open the card. Curtis LeRoy. LeRoy
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Jack beat Mike Henry. ally wrestle.
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Contest winners given


This week's weekly
football contest was on of
the closest of the season
with four entries received
with no losses and over 20
w ith only one loss.
With four perfect
entries received the tie-
breaker game between
Tennessee and Alabama
was brought into play.
The two teams combined
for 29 points.
Larry Johnson of
Bonifay had the closest
guess of the combined
scores with 27. Johnson


will receive $25 for his
entry.
Second prize went
to Jacob Haddock of
Bonifay with a guess of:
33 points. Haddock earns
$15 for his entry.
Third prize goes to Paul
Johnson of Bonifay with a
guess of 41 points.
Johnson earns $10.
Be sure to look in next
week's editions of the
Holmes County Times-
Advertiser and Washing-
ton County news for a'
chance at $25.


Email us at
news@chipley aper.com or
h.advertiser@mchsi.com


The Chipley High
Lady Tigers Volleyball
team traveled to Mari-
anna and defeated the
Marianna Lady Bull-
dogs to win the District
2 Class 3A championship
on Thursday night.
The Tigers lost the first
two games of the hard
fought match by 20-25
and 25-27. but rallied to
win the next three games
by the scores of 25-23,
25-21. and 15-10 to se-
cure the thevictory., .. I
The Tigers wet-e'led
by outside hitter, Van-


essa Kern with 17 kills:
captain and outside hitter
Erica Sewell with 8 kills
and 14 service points.
Setter/defensive spe-
cialist. Teanna Hills had
14 digs. setter/defensive
specialist. Jessica Bush
with 14 digs and 9 service
points, and outstanding
efforts from, Libero Yan-
nie Steiger, Ashton Jacks.
Hannah Guettler. Sherina
Gonzalez. and Captain
Kyla Acuff.
The Chipley High.Vol-
-leyball team advanced to
the finals of the District


2 Class 3A Volleyball
Tournament with a vic-
tory over the Holmes
County Lady Blue Dev-
ils by the scores of 25-
16, 25-20. 25-15.
The straight game vic-
tory set up the Champi-
onship match
This victory moved
the Lady Tigers into the
regionals. where they
will host the Walton
High Braves on Tues-
day.
,. Game,-t.ime at, the.
Chvipley-High Sc.hool
gym is 7 p.m.


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4B, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Section B ^/
' OBITUARIES 8B / ,
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Gray-Herring engagement
Joseph Wesley Brown of Pensacola announces the en-
gagement and upcoming marriage of his mother, Penny
Denise Gray, to Shannon Ray Herring, son of Ray and
Linda Herring of Chipley.
Penny is the daughter of .the late Robert and Linda
Gray of Pensacola. She is a graduate of Pine Forest High
School and a graduate of Capps Medical Assistant pro-
gram. Penny is is self-employed.
Shannon is a graduate of Chipley High School and
is employed at Santa Rosa Correctional Instituion as a
sergeant. -
The ceremony is scheduled for 1 p.m., Nov. 11, at Blue
Lake Park in Chipley. A reception will follow. All fam-
ily and friends are invited to attend.
After a hones moon in Orange Beach, Ala., the couple
will make their home in Milton.


Irene Blaine
87th birthday
Irene Blaine, retired
Washington County school
teacher, cerebrated her
87th birthday\ Oct. '3' \ih
family *and friends She
was a fifth-grade teacher at
Vernon Elementary where
she retired in 1985 and is
pleased to note that a one-
time student is now teach-
ing fifth-grade.
The party i as a surprise.
Irene was told to dress
nicely and sta) home that
afternoon because her
daughter had a guest she
wanted her to meet. Blaine
was sitting 'at a window
waiting for her daughter's
friend when party cel-
ebrants began pouring in,
and she was told there was
no "friend" coming to meet
her after all.
Blaine's pastor, the Rev.
Marshall from Magnolia
AME Church, conducted
a program saying he has
enjoyed being her pas-
tor for the last four years.
Several others, one a for-
mer student from Sneads
Elementary, talked about
the birthday girl.
Blaine has tw\o children
and a granddaughter that
she raised. She is caretaker
of her great-grandson,


Scooter, who is 15. He suf-
fered a near drowning acci-
dent in November of 1995,
and she spends at least 45
minutes every day holding
him. When she goes some-
where, she hurries back to
get to the young man. She
says she feels he's unique
because she was born Oct.
3, 1919, and he was born
Aug. 3, 1991.
Blaine enjoys church
services. Friends say she
doesn't drive now but she
still has her license.
Dinner was served to
the guests, along with a
nice birthday cake. The
honoree received many
gifts, and cards, and more,
than $500 in money.
And, she says, she's glad
to be 87.


Howl-O-Ween
Seacrest Wolf Preserve will hold its annual Howl-O-
Ween Campout and Equine Trail Ride fund-raiser for the
wolves Oct. 27-29. Gates for campers/vendors will open
on Friday. The preserve has 18 electric hook ups avail-
able for campers. Primitive camping is available for a
lesser charge per night.
Admission will be $5 per vehicle. Wolf encounters will
cost $15 per adult, $8 for kids.
Seacrest Wolf Preserve is a nonprofit organization lo-
cated in Washington County. Vendors and those seeking
more information may email seacrestwolfpack@yahoo.
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The Calvary Trio in concert
The Calvary Trio will be singing at the Fall Festival at Poplar Springs School on
Friday, Oct. 27 at 6 p.m. The trio will also be singing at the Holmes County Fair
on Saturday, Oct. 28, at 8 p.m. Calvary Trio will be singing songs from their new-
est CD plus new songs from their upcoming CD. Everyone is invited to attend
these events.


Carnley-Hlland
reunion Nov. 5
M.C. Carnley and Annie
Holland Reunion will be
held Sunday. Nov. 5, at:
The Ole Home Place, from
11 a.m. until 4 p.m. Lunch
will be served at 1 p.m.
Everyone is encouraged
to take along old family
photos (albums or singles)
and share your treasured
memories and outra2eoils
tales of golden, olden
yesteryears to share.
Please bring all the lawn
chairs you have. For more
information, call 850-547-
3840.

Book sale
a A boodk.sare sponsoreded
by the Chipley Friends of
the Library, will be held
Friday, Nov. 17, from 9
a.m. 4 p.m. and Saturday,
Nov. 18, from 9 a.m. until
noon at the historic library
on Fifth Street in Chiple.
Linda Norton, librarian
and Susan Roberts,. book
sale chairman invite the
public to attend the sale.
"You might find that best
seller for a good price or an
old book that you've been
looking for," said Roberts.
"Recent best sellers cost as
little as $1 and paperbacks
range from ten cents to a
quarter.
"Stock up now on read-
ing material for the winter
months ahead. Sets of
books maybe purchased
for $2. In some cases,
make us an offer."
All proceeds are used
to fund projects for the.
public library in Chipley.
For more information, call
Linda Norton at 638-1314
or Susan Roberts at 638-
-7995.

Campbellton
school reunion
Campbell High School
reunion for everyone that
was ever associated with
the school will be held at
the First Baptist Church
of Campbellton, Satur-
day, Nov. 4. Registration
will begin at 9 a.m., the
program will start at 10
a.m. For more information
contact Doyle Reeves at
(850)352-4902 or email:
reeves@wfeca.net.


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Carter 20th anniversary
JoeBoy and Sabrina Carter will celebrate 20 years of
marriage on October 25.

Harvest Day
Graceville's 26th annual Harvest Day celebration will
be Saturday. October 28.,
_,s.iiitsies x\ill, begin w#th a paradq,at .9,a.a. through
Sdowntom ti-There 'will -be 'plenty of good food. arts and
crafts, activities fort children and a classic and antique
car sho\". Shane Owens, country music artist will be the
featured entertainment. Owens and the 231 South Band
have performed all over the southeast and have shared
the stage with many country western top artists. He will
perform from 2 4 p.m.
Other entertainment scheduled for this year will
include southern gospel groups The Bibletones from
GuIlfport, Miss., and the Legacy Trio from Eufaula. Ala.,
Graceville Show Choir, and the 98th Army Band from Ft.
Rucker, Ala. For more information contact: Teresa Bush
for parade information at (850) 263-4744; Terry Allen
about the car show at 263-4401; to reserve a booth con-
tact Dorothy Padgett at 263-3238; and for other informa-
tion contact John Turner at 263-3207.


Bridge-A-Rama
The new season of play
.in Bridge-A-Rama will
start soon. Anyone inter.
ested in scheduled play of
social bridge, about once a
month, is welcome to join.
The .program benefits
the Washington County
Library through a tax-de-
ductible donation. Play
is hosted at party pair's
homes at mutually agree.
able times for seven con.
tests. "Join the group and
help the library with need-
ed items," Fred Lavender
urges bridge players..
Those interested should
call Lavender at 638-1612
to6:join, or for more infor.
mation.

Camp. Monarch
Co enant Hospice in
vites bereaved children
ages 5 through 12 to attend
the Camp Monarch Fall
Festival from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. Saturday. Nov. 4. at
Eastside Baptist Church oni
Highway 90 in Marianna
This is a free. fun-filled
day camp for children
who have recently lost a
loved one. or who may be
anticipating a loss, regard
less of their affiliation with.
Co enant Hospice.
Registered campers
will enjoy a compliment.
tarn picnic lunch, arts and
crafts.' games, team build-
ing and healing activities
such as a tree of thanks.
"The main goal of the
camp is for -children to
have funt and to be with
other children who'Ve
also lost someone close to
them,;; said Jau.airy. MNl
v1in. be'reavemenit specialist
for Covenant Hospice.
The camp is free of
charge., Application and
registration,is required. To
register or for more infor-
mation, please call January
McKeithan or Sharon Rob-
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Judge Owen PoweU picks the winner for the decora- I" -- -" -
tive rocking chair. Lois Smith is on the Board of Di- Congratulations to Kathryn Treadwell. winner of the
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benefit WINGS at Bonifay Middle School. for the Arts, Inc.


- Halloween safety tips offered


Jami McFatter


Balkom speaker
Attorney Jami McFatter
Balkom will be the spe-
cial guest speaker for the
Chipola College Honors
seminar. Friday. Oct. 27, at
10 a.m., in Jackson Hall.
Balkom is a 1998 gradu-
ate of Chipola. She earned
both her undergraduate
literature degree and her
iaw," degree from Florida
tiate University. She is
licensed to practice before
all Florida and Alabama
State Courts, and the Unit-
ed States District Court for
the Northern District of
Florida.
Balkom is involved with
several professional as-
sociations. including The
Association Trial Lawyers
of America. The Florida
Bar Trial Lawyers Section,
American Bar Association.
She is an active member of
the St. Andrews Bay Chap-
ter of the Junior Service
League and also serves on
the Florida State Universi-
ty College of Law Alumni
Association Board and
Chair of the Development
Committee, as well as the
American Heart Associa-
tion Community Board.
Balkom and her hus-
band Josh. also a Chipola
alumnus, have a one year-
old daughter. Alli. Balkom
is the daughter of James
'Coach" and Madaline
McFatter of Bonifay. Her
four siblings also attended
Chipola.

Volunteers
Covenant Hospice is a
non-profit organization.
providing a special kind
of care to patients with life-
limiting illnesses and their
loved ones. Call Barbara
Bentley at 850-482-8520.


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Halloween fun should
not end with a trip to the
emergency department,
which is why the members
of the American College
of Emergency Physicians
(ACEP) urge parents to re-
member safety first when
preparing their children to
go "trick-or-treating."
"Ever)' year you see
kids injured while trick-or-
treating. and it's always
frustrating because the in-
juries are easily prevented."
said Dr. Brian Keaton. the
incoming President of
ACEP "'Typically the most
common incidents are eye
injuries from sharp objects.
burns from flammable cos-
tumes and children hit by
cars as they walk and run
around the neighborhood.
Parents and caregivers
have to make certain that
a few important safety
measures are followed as
their children collect their
treats."
ACEP strongly suggests
adults follow these guide-
lines for a safe and fun
Halloween:
Make sure you see all
the candy BEFORE your
child consumes it. Avoid
candy not wrapped in its
original wrapper, as well
as all fruit.
Make sure your child
stays on the sidewalks
as much as possible (off
streets) and obeys all traf-
fic signals.
Discuss the importance
of staying together in a
group. Require at least one
adult to serve as chaper-
one during candy gather-
ing. and forbid children
from accepting rides from
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Avoid costumes that
could cause children to
trip, such as baggy pants,
long hems. high heels, and
over-sized shoes.
Avoid costume contact
lenses. Avoid masks. If
your child must wear one.
make sure it is well venti-
lated and does not impair
his or her vision.
Make sure costume fab-
ric. wigs. and beards are
made of flame-resistant
materials, such as nylon or
polyester.
Make sure costumes
are visible at night; avoid
dark colors. Add reflective
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tor vehicles.
Check accessories such
as swords, knives. wands
and other pointed objects
are made from flexible
materials and have dulled
edges. .
"The 'merican College
of Emergency Physicians
also recommends children
go "trick-or-treating" at
organized Halloween
festivities, such as those
organized by churches.
shopping malls or schools,"
said Dr. Keaton. "This
way kids are not walking
around in the dark and in
unfamiliar parts of their
neighborhoods. It also
allows for constant adult
supervision."


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4-H fund-raiser and fun day
Area kids are invited to a day of fun Nov. 4 at The Val-
ley 4 Ranch in Bonifay. The event is a fund-raiser for the
proposed 4-H arena in Holmes County.
A $1 admission charge for each child or adult, will
include lunch and the day's planned educational/recre-
ational activities. Registration will take place from 8-9
a.m. and there'll be a parade of colors by Seawolf Naval
Cadets at 9:15.
A trail ride for horse owners will begin- at 10 a.m. A
negative Coggins is required and paper work must be
submitted. Educational and recreational activities will
be held from 10 a.m. to noon. Lunch will consist of hot
dogs, hamburgers, chips, tea or water,
The four main learning stations to be visited from 10
a.m. to noon will include forestry tree/plant identifica.
tion; soil identification/erosion; GPS usages/treasure
hunt, and there will be others.
There also will be fishing games, face painting, horse
shoes and sack races.
.Demonstrations and team activities will be held 1:30.
4:30 p.m. They will include a Greco Roman wrestling
demo, tug of war, drill competition, Parelli natural horse-
manship and showmanship/halter demonstration. Events
close with a candlelight ceremony from 4:30 and 5 p.m.
Vendors. are invited to set up for a $10 fee and a gift
basket. The baskets will be raffled with the proceeds used
to establish the Holmes County 4-H Endowment Fund.
For more information, call Wil at (850) 547-1108;
Connie at 628-6203; or Diane 835-4820. To reach Valley
4 Ranch from Hgwy 79 in Bonifay, go west on Highway
90 for approximately four miles. The ranch is on the
south side of the highway.

Flu vaccine urged
In preparation for the 2006-2007 flu season, Florida
Department of Health (DOH) officials urge Floridians.
especially those 50 years of age and older, to make an
appointment %with their primarN health care provider to
receive a flu vaccine. Since flu season can begin as early
as October. it is best to schedule an appointment now to
ensure you are vaccinated later in the year.
Everyone who is six months or older can benefit from
the protection of a flu shot. According to the Centers
for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), influenza-re.
lated deaths average 36,000 per year, many among the
elderly and very young. Influenza also results in about
200.000 hospitalizations per year. However, only five to
20 percent of the population gets the flu annually. Health
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The Presbytery of Florida has relocated to Chipley from Panama City. It purchased the office complex located
at the northeast corner of Highway 90 and 2nd Street in Chipley.


Presbytery of Florida has relocated to Chipley


The Presbytery of Flori-
da has relocated to Chipley
from Panama City. It pur-
chased the office complex
located at the northeast
comer of Highway 90 and
2nd Street in Chipley. It op-
erates under the direction
of the Executive Presbyter,
the Rev. Terry Dyer. The
Presbytery office employs
five full-time and five part-
time staff members.
The Presbytery of
Florida was organized in
1841. Attending church
for those early church pio-
neers wasn't easy. It was
very different, and was
sometimes a real hardship.
Just getting to church was
a big part of the problem
for them. Members of the
congregation who didn't
live nearby had to travel
great distances by wagons,'
through streams and over


rough, makeshift roads.
They had to be constantly
alert for hostile Indians on
the way because the Semi-
nole Indian Wars were still
in progress. Many times
their church services were
interrupted by an. Indian at-
tack and they. were forced
to seek refuge in a nearby
fort.
The services followed
the Scottish tradition as
many of the early churches
'were founded by Scottish.
immigrants who fled their
homeland to escape British
tyranny.
The Presbytery of Flor-
ida is a corporate expres-
sion of the Presbyterian
Church (USA) consisting
of 44 churches and four
new-church developments.
It oversees 96 ministers
of word and sacrament
in an area encompassing


churches from Madison
to Pensacola, Florida and
north to the Alabama bor-
der.
It is responsible for the
ministry, mission and gov-
ernment of the Presbyteri-
an church (USA) through-
out this geographical area.
That' includes ongoing
programs such as: Two
Cents a Meal (w'ch has
awarded grants to many
worthy causes like the
Meals On Wheels program
at the Washington County
Council on Aging), hands-
on mission grants,. new
church development and
revitalization evangelism.
Another program Pres-
bytery oversees is Dog-
wood Acres, a wooded
site in Washington County
south of Chipley, consist-
ing initially of 440 acres,
where a camp and confer-


ence center was established
in April of 1966. The camp
property is just north of
the old historic Moss Hill
Methodist church.
In addition. Presbytery
is responsible for overseas
partnerships,; disaster pre-
paredness and response. A
disaster team is in place to
move at a moments notice,
should the need arise. Pres-
bytery is charged with car-
ing for creation grants, the
care and nurture of pastors,
congregations and candi-
dates for the ministry.
The Presbytery of Flori-
da is a member of the Syn-
od of South Atlantic and
the Presbyterian Church
(USA). In Chipley. it is
partnering with First Pres-
byterian Church and using
its facilities to hold large
meetings that their office
will not accommodate.


Florida Caverns Fall Festival
Florida Caverns State Park v iUl host a Fall Festival on
November 3 and 4, from 9 a.m. to 3' p.m. each day at the
park. Experience the old-fashioned art of making cane
syrup from harvesting the cane stalks to tasting the syrup,
See how they used to make round table legs and check
out the skill it takes to make old-fashioned bee's wax
candles and churning butter.
For additional information, contact Charles E. Smith,
Jr. at (850) 482-1228 or charles.e.smith@dep.state.fl.us.

Cancer support group at DMH
Doctors Memorial Hospital will host a cancer support
group each Monday at 5:30 p.m., during October and
November. The group will meet in the dining room of
Doctor's Memorial Hospital. The purpose of the group
will be to provide support for cancer patients and their
families as they deal with cancer.
The group will serve to encourage and educate those
diagnosed with cancer, their family members, and
friends. Guest speakers will be invited to cover topics
such as genetic testing, chemotherapy, radiation, colo.
noscopy, coping skills, information on cancer clinics.
and local resources. Cancer survivors will provide en.
couragement and first hand experience as well as phone
support as needed. Anyone affected by cancer is invited
to attend. For more information call Diane Little, 5.10.
3779; Sharon Garner, 547-1120 ext. 252; or Madeline
McPatter, 547-2376.

Help needed
Washington County Scholarship Trust Committee and
Preserving Our Past are looking help at their shows. Call
(850) 535-2426 or (850) 265-8708.


Military News
Army Reserxe Pfc. Scott
A. Smith has graduated
from basic combat training
at Fort Sill, Lawton. Okla.
He is the son of Scott A.
Smith Sr. of Lapeer, Mich.,
and grandson of Arthur
Cason of Chipley. His %wife.
Congetta, is the daughter
of Tomas and Sanya Had-
den of Chipley.

Afternoon
with the Arts
The Second Annual
Chipola Regional Arts'
Association's Sunday
Afternoon with the Arts,
November 5 from 1 to 5
p.m. in the Chipola Arts
Center at Chipola College,
Marianna.


Featuring more than
150 2D :and, 3D pieces of
original an, from over, 50
regional artists plus artist
demonstrations including
interactive art experiences
for adults and children.
live music, light refresh-.
ments, free admission and
"a door prize drawing.
Plan to attend this
family oriented afternoon
designed to bring you and
your family an afternoon of
art and fun.

Jadon Lavik in
concert Nov. 1
Jadon Lavik. one of the
stars of Souljam 2006, will,
be in concert Wednesday,
Nov. 1, at 6:30 p.m. at
the Holmes County High
School G mn.


Tickets can be pur-
chased for $5. This concert
'is sponsgqred by C.A.S.E.
Lavik's trademark is
his provocative. faith-cen-
tered lyrics that point to
both praise ("Redeeming
King." "Saved by Grace")
and personal experiences
("Searching." "Let It Go").
Additionally attractive are
"Following You," a lively
band-driven. composition
about living a godly life,,
and "Today." which cel-
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through subdued fingde
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Wednesday, October 25, 2006, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 7B


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25
CLOSED-Vernon Library, Wausau Library.
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes County Library open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes Council on Aging provides hot
meals and socialization.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located in
Chipley) senior lunches, for reservations call 638-6217,
donations accepted.'
12 noon-Bonifay Kiwanis Club meeting, held at Blitch's
Restaurant, located in Bonifay.
7 p.m.-Depression and Bipolar Support Group-meets at
FirstBaptist Church educational annex building in Bonifay.
Call 547-4397.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at Ponce
de Leon Methodist Church, located on Main Street in
Ponce de Leon.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26
7 a.m.-Holmes County Chamber of Commerce break-
fast
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes County Library open.-
8 a.m.-Washington County Commission meeting.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon Library open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes Council on Aging provides hot
meals and socialization.
10:30-11 a.m.-Chipley Library preschool storytime.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located in
Chipley) senior lunches, for reservations 'call 638-6217,
donations accepted.
1 p.m.-6 p.m.-Wausau Library open.
6 p.m.-TOPS meeting, held at Mt. Olive Baptist Church,
located three miles north of Bonifay on Hwy. 79.
6:15 p.m. The Washington/Holmes Autism Support
Group meet at Woodmen of the World in Chipley. Children
are welcome. Call 547-3173
6:30 8 p.m.- "Journeys: Finding Your Way Through
Grief" meeting, at Bonifay Nursing and Rehab Center.
8 p.m.-Narcotics Anonymous meeting, held at Blessed
Trinity Catholic Church in Bonifay.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at New
Hope Volunteer Fire Station, located on Hwy. 2 in Hol-
mes County.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon Library open.
9:30 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
10 a.m.-5 p.m.-Wausau Library open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Homes Council on Aging provides
bingo, exercise, games, activities, hot meals and social-
ization.
10:30-11 a.m.-Wausau Library preschool storytime.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located in.
Chipley) senior lunches, for reservations call 638-6217,
donations accepted.
7 p.m. Slocomb VFTW dance, until 10 p.m. Music by
the Country Boys. Admission $3; Children 12 and under
free with parents. No smoking or alcohol. Door prizes
and 50/50 giveaways. Refreshments available.
'4 p.m.-Alcoholics .'Qgnymous openm,,eeting,-held at
'Presbyterian Church in Chipley.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28
CLOSED: Wausau Library

Opportunity Florida meets
A day long business session will be held in Bristol onr
Monday, November 6, at the Liberty Counts Community.
Center. The sessions will begin at 9 a.m. with discussions
regarding future Opportunity Florida and Florida's Great
Northwest cooperative efforts to reach out to the rural coun-
ties of northwest Florida. At noon, Opportunity Florida will
go into a general board meeting, with a special presentation
by Bay County International Airport Executive Director,
Randy Curtis to discuss future plans for the airport.
At 2 p.m. Eastern Time. Opportunity Florida, in partner-
ship with the state's economic development agency. Enter-
prise Florida. will conduct another meetings regarding the
eight rural counties' efforts to bring a mega/catalyst site to'
the region. Gary Clark, chairman of Opportunity Florida
states, "This is probably one. of the most important days
in the history of our organization. We hope that as many
as possible of the eight counties' elected officials 'will at-
tend."'
For further information, contact your local chamber of
commerce, or call Opportunity Florida at 850-718-0453.


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8 a.m.-12 noon-Holmes County Library open.
9 a.m.-12 noon-Vernon Library open.
9 a.m.-12 noon-Chipley Library open.
7-10 p.m. Geneva Senior Citizens Dance at Geneva
Community Center, North Iris St., every Saturday for
those 21 and older, country music by the Flat County
Band. Admission is $4, 50-50 give-away, refreshments,
no smoking or alcohol.
8 p.m.-Alcholics Anonymous meeting, held at Bethlehem
Masonic Lodge, located on Hwy. 177 in Holmes County.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held in the board
room at Graceville Hospital in Graceville.
4-6 p.m.-Conversational English classes for internation-
als, held at Shiloli Baptist Church. Contact church office,
638-1014 or Karma Cook, 638-8418.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 30
CLOSED: Holmes County Library, Vernon Library,
Wausau Library.
9 a.m.-6 p. m.-Chipley Library open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes Council on Aging provides
bingo, exercise, games, activities, hot meals and social-
ization.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located in
Chipley) senior lunches, for reservations call 638-6217,


donations accepted.
6 p.m 7:30 p.m.-Salvation Army Domestic Violence
and Rape Crisis Program (SADVP) will be hosting
a domestic violence support group each Monday. The
meeting will be held at the SADVP Rural Outreach
office at 1461 S. Railroad Avenue, apartment one, in
Chipley. Call Emma or Jess at 415-5999.
6:30-8:30 p.m.-Conversational English classes for inter.
nationals, held at Shiloh Baptist Church. Contact church
office, 638-1014 or Karma Cook, 638-8418.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, Blessed Trinity
Catholic Church, located on Hwy. 177A, Bonifay.
HALLOWEEN TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
9:30 a.m.-4 p.m.-Wausau Library open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes Council on Aging provides
hot meals and socialization.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located in
Chipley) senior lunches, for reservations call 638-6217.
donations accepted.
12 noon-Chipley Kiwanis Club meeting.
3 p.m.-Holmes County Commission meets fourth or last
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Roulhaf'Middle School
announces its A and A/B
honor rolls for the first
nine weeks. of the 2006/07
school year..
A Honor Roll
Grade Five: Adam Bass,
Amynah Binmahfooz,
Madison Carter, Hunter
Crews, Chase Dalton,
Tyler Daniels, Farrah Da-
vis, Sarah Gilbert, Sarah
Guettler, Hunter Harden,
Robin Harr, Tristan Hartz-
og, Macie Horton, Alexis
Johnson, 'Logan Justice,
Emily Kent, Taylor Kent,
Cary Laird, Daniel Lane,
Matthew Mosley, Miranda
Odom, Jay Padgett, Al-
lison Pettis, Mysti Sasser,
Olivia Saunders, Casey
Strickland, James, Taylor.
Trista Waits, Colby Wig-
gins, Christina Williams,
Haley Williams
Grade Six: Mary Bow-
en, Kara Bush, Matthew
Franks, Danielle Gainer,
Hunter Hambright, Zach-?
ary Lankist, Austin Miles,
Tyler Pettis, Garrett Pletch-
er, Kirstin Redfield, Denise
Spracklen, Julia Veit, Mary
Wilson
Grade Seven: Kacey
Aukema, Tyler Crutchfield,
Luke Hinson, Tyler Oliver,
Michael Pritchard
Grade Eight: Jared
Bozarth, Brittany Brooks,
Cierra Corbin, Brittney
Dilmore, Christian
Dominguez, Dustin God-
'frey, Anagabriela Medina,
Meghan Pettis. Alexandria
Richter. Erin Solger. Jacob
Sowell. Emily Stewart,
Gregory Veit, Caleb Wat-
kins, Meghan Wilder, Han-
nah Young
A/B Honor Roll
Grade Five: Kyle Ay-
cock, Myiesha 'Boston,
Zi'Andra Boston, Ben-
jamin Bridges, Sophie'
Brock, Issac Butler, An-
tonio Camacho, Morgan
Carter, Deanna Cham-
bqlin. Jillian Chance.
Joshua Corbin, Richard
Davenport, Ciara Davis,
Cheyenne Fenwick, Angel
Finch, Richard Finch, Sa-
brina Goodman, Allison
Hayes, Taylor Hayes, Cier-
ra Hobby, Hunter Holland,
Shyanne James, Darby
Jones, Keith Bernard. Da-
vid King, .Sarah Kriser,
Kacy Lawson, Tyler Mann,
Daniel McCorvey. Kyaria
Merriel, Emaleigh Munn.
David Natale, Austin
Padgett, Evan Pemberton,
Seth Pemberton, Zach-
ary Pippin, Justyce Potter,
Melanie Prescott, David
Prymula, Kyle Rabon, Ty-
ler Roberts; Christian Ro-
driguez, Nathan Rolling,
Brittney Sanders, Jeremy


Thomas, Tristan Thomp-
son, Dillon Ussery, Jarrod
Williams, Erin Wright
Grade Six: Joey An-
drews, Terrance Asberry,
Jasmine Belser, Sarah
Bowen, Zackary Butler,
Makaela Casady, Emily
Clark, Sara Compton, Tan-
ner Cook, Jenna Corbin,
Jack Edward Daniels,
Amber Davis, Holly Da-
vis, James Dilmore,.Lucky
Duket, Lauren Estes, Amy
Freeman, Araceli Gal-
van, Ashley Granger, Eric
Holmes, Byron James,
Edward Laird, Courteney
Lee, Brandon Licea, Gage
Martin, Tori Mashburn,
Christian Miller, Logan
Norwood, Katelynne
Obert, Robert Patterson,
Braylee Pooser, Nicho-
las Porter, Allison Rudd,
Rakeia Sorey, Sierra Stoe,
Robert Sullivan, Douglass
Terrell, Bridgett Vickers,
Kari Waldrip. Savannah
Wall, Regan Walls, Cole
Western, Corrie Wilkins,
Ebony Williams, Taylor
Williams
Grade Seven: Austin
Bass, Sufyan Binmahfooz,
Chelsea Carter, Geoffery
Casady, Cory Chamberlin.
Victoria Crawford, Holley
Cutts, Cody Daniels, Wil-
liam Drummond, Jamie
Ellis, Jonathan Freeman.
Adrian Gonzalez. Ol-
ivia Guettler, Amber Hiles,.
Mattea Horbour, Paige
Holmes, Briana Jackson.
Christopher Lawson, Asia
McKenzie. Maggie McK-
inney. Lacey Mead. Nicho-
las Morris. Joshua Myers.
Katlyn Nelson, Cameron
Owens, Cozetta Register.
Meredith Saunders. Tay-
lor Smelcer, Lexie Smith.
Mariah Soliday, Heather
Sweeney, Tori Taylor
Grade Eight: Ann a
Acuff, SalemAcuff, Ashley
Ayers, Shelby Bowen, Allie
Brock, -Michaela Bruner,
Chelsea Collins, Angelica
Daniels, Alexander. Diaz,
Sara Esterling, Casey
Gainey, : Jordan Good,
Justin Goodman, Kelsey
Grice, Somer Gustason.
Danielle Guyer. Ashley,
Hadden, Carly Hartzog,
Lathan Harwell, Kaitlyn
Jeffries, Brittany Jernigan,
Dylan King, Tabitha Lock-
hart, Mary Marcoguiseppe,
Ragen McDaniel. Colby
Obert, Joanna Peters, Me-
gan Shirah, Jerri Sisson,
Stephanie Smalley, Ryan.
Smith, Haley Smothers,
Jacqualyn Stanley, Mi-
chael Waits, Rachel Walls,
Crystal Wedderburn. Nina
Wigginton, Rochelle Wiser,
Cassandra Wolfe, John
Worley, Megan Yaudas


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This system allows Floridians to voluntarily provide
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The Parade of Tractors follow ed the tractor pull.


The following people
top places in their division
at the Pulling for Educa-
tion tractor races held re-
cently in Vernon.
Terry Pittenger of Pana-
ma City took first place in
the egg race and the bar-
rel race with his 1942 DC
Case tractor.
In the Blind Man races.
Marshall Masters of Altha
won firsts place in both. He
was driving a 1953 Allis
Chalmers tractor in the
first race. and a 1953 Ger-
man Deutz in the second.
The rest of the races
were by weight class.
Sandy Beiter of Holiday
won first in the 2500 Ibs.
Farm Stock with a 1954
Allis Chalmers B. Pat Mas-
ters of Altha took first in
the 3500 lbs. Farm Stock
with a 1953 Allis Chalmers
B. and Marshall Masters
of Altha won second w ith
a 1953 Allis Chalmers B.
Rick Burr of Chipley came
in third with a 1945 Min-
neapolis Moline R.
3500 Ibs. Modified
Marshall Masters of Altha
won first place with his
1953 Allis Chalmers B.
Pat Masters, also of Altha.
took second in a 1953 Allis
Chalmers B.


HCHS Alumni
The next HCHS Alumni
quarterly luncheon is
scheduled for Tuesday
Nov. 14. at Simbo's Res-
taurant in Bonifay at 11
a.m. All alumni. former
students, faculty and staff
are invited to attend.

Hearts of Hope
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profit organization in


Jimmy Lamb, 60
Jimmy Elbert Lamb
of Panama City died Oct.
15 at Gulf Coast Medical
Center in Panama City. He
was born Oct. 14. 1946. in
'Dothan, Ala.. to William
Houston and Willie Mae
(Varnum) Lamb.
Survivors include his
mother; wife, Doris Lamb
of Panama City: two step-
'daughters. Jessica Rac-
quel Forsyth and husband.
Nick, of South Carolina.
Heather Morgan Hatfield
and husband. Paul. of Pan-
ama City: three brothers.


4500 lbs. Farm Stock,
Mike Masters of Colum-
bia. Ala.. finished first with
a 1953 Allis Chalmers B.
Second place went to Pat
Nlasters of Altha with a
Case 631; Mike Masters
of Columbia won third
with a Case 630.
4500 Ibs. Modified. Pat
Masters of Altha won first
with a 1953 Allis Chalm-
ers B. Winning second was
Marshall Masters of Altha
with a 1953 Allis Chalm-
ers B.
5500 Ibs. Farm Stock,
Murray Kent of Chipley
took first with a Super
Farmall M. Pat Masters
of Altha was second with
a 1953 Allis Chalmers B.
and Frank Hall of Ponce
de Leon was third with a
1948 John Deere A.
5500 Ibs. Modified.
driving a Super Farmall
NI to first place \\as Chris
Beiter of Holiday. Murray
Kent of Chipley Nwas sec-
ond %with a Super Farmall
M and Cliff Gilbert of
Lynn Haven was third with
a 1956 Oliver Super 88.
6500 Ibs. Farm Stock.
Frank Hall of Ponce de
Leon. first with a 1958
John Deere 620. Cliff Gil-
bert of Lynn Haven was


Panama City. is seeking
to raise funds to build a
Children's Home in Hol-
mes County. According to
Buddy Pennington. Vernon
High School teacher and
caretaker for the 100-year-
old Bethlehem Camp
Meeting Grounds, the
group has leased a portion
of the Methodist owned fa-
cility for that purpose.
A fundraiser is being
held Saturday, Oct. 28.


Johnny Lamb. Billy Lamb
and Carnos Barnes. all of
Chipley: one sister. Betty
Strickland and husband.
Vernon. of Chipley: and six
grandchildren.
Memorialization was
by cremation with Brown
Funeral Home of Chipley
directing.

D.L. Scott, Jr., 73
D.L. Scott Jr. of Bridge
Creek community died
Oct. 18 in Crestview. He
was born Oct. 23. 1932. in
Holmes County to Daniel,.
and Ida Commander Scott.


second with a 1956 Oliver
Super 88; Patricia Hall of
Ponce de Leon, third with
a 1958 John Deere 620.
6500 Ibs. Modified
race. Chris Beiler of Holi-
day won first place on a
1953 Super Farmall M.
Finishing in second place
%was Cliff Gilbert of Lynn
Haven on a 1956 Oliver
Super 88. Third place went
to Joey Kent of Cottondale
with a 1955 Farmall 400.
7500 Ibs. Farm Stock.
First place. Patricia Hall
of Ponce de Leon. 1958
John Deere 620, second
place. Frank Hall of Ponce
de Leon. 1968 John Deere
620: Joey Kent of Cot-
tondale, third place with a
1958 Farmall 400.
7500 Ibs. Modified.
first place. Patricia Hall
of Ponce de Leon, 1958
John Deere 620: second,
Cliff Gilbert of Lynn Ha-
ven. 1956 Oliver Super 88:
Pat Masters of Alta. third,
1953 Model 65 Deutz.
8500 Ibs. Farm Stock,
David Watson of Quincy.
John Deere 720. first; Jo-
seph Harrington of Chipley.
1959 John Deere 730. sec-
ond: and Richard Weber of
Quincy, John Deere 720,
third.


from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.
at Captain Anderson Ma-
rina in Panama City. Larry
Moore. assistant superin-
tendent of Jackson County
schools says there will be
an attic sale. arts and craft
vendors, and Blue Grass
music provided by Cross
Cut of Panama City and
Panhandle Strings. In ad-
dition. fish plates will be
available.
Hearts of Hope is affili-


Scott had been a life-
long resident of the Bridge
Creek community in Hol-
mes County. He was Bap-
tist by faith and a member
of the Bridge Creek Baptist
Church. He was a veteran
of the armed forces. serv-
ing in the U.S. Air Force
and Army National Guard.
He worked as a carpenter
with Mayo Cabinet Shop
and Alford Construction.
He was preceded in
death by his parents; five
brothers, Oliver, Author,
Toliver. Walter and Dal-
las Scott: and two sisters,


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8500 Ibs. Modified,
Richard Weber of Quincy,
John Deere 720, first place:
Joseph Harrington of
Chipley. 1959 John Deere
730. second; Chuck Ander
son of Bonifay. 1959 John
Deere 730, third.
9500 Ibs. Farm Stock
Richard Weber of Quincy.
John Deere 720, first;
David Watson of Quincy
John Deere 720. second;
Dennis Weber of Quincy
John Deere 720, third.
9500 Ibs. Modified.
Dennis Weber of Quincy
John Deere 720. first;
Richard Weber of Quincy.
John Deere 720, second;
David Watson of Quincy
John Deere 720, third.
10500 Ibs. Farm Stock
David Watson of Quincy
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720: Dennis Weber of
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256.6 ft.; and Harold Wat.
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Modified, first, David Wat-
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Harrington of Chipley on
a 1959 John Deere 730;
and third, Dennis Weber of
Quincy with a John Deere
720.


ated with Hearts of Love
a Texas corporation, and
they hope to bring adopt.
able babies to the Holmes
County facility. The public
is invited to attend on Sat-
urday, Oct. 28 for the food
music and sale.

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ADVERTISE
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Emma Hattaway and Viola
Helms.
Survivors include two
sisters-in-law, Jree Scott
and Eula Dee Scott, both
of Bridge Creek commu-
nity. and a host of nieces
nephews, great-nieces and .
great-nephews and friends.'
Services were held Oct.
21 in the funeral home:
with the Rev. Gary Scott
officiating.
Burial was in Sandy
Creek Cemetery with
Clary-Glenn Funeral
Home of DeFuniak Springs
directing.


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All residential real estate advertised herein is subject to the
Federal Fair Housing Act. The Fair Housing Act makes it illegal
to advertise "any preference, limitation, discrimination because
of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, ornational
origin, or intention to make any such preference., limitation, or
discrimination."
I We will not knowingly accept any advertising for residential
real estatethat appears,to or violates federal and/or state law..


-VISIT CAROLYN'S (3) 4YRIOLD Pure bred
FASHIONS for your Limousin Bulls. (2) Year-
Avon Holiday Gift Giving ling Pure bred Limousin
Needs. Independent Bulls. 263-4339
Sales Representative.
1356 N Railroad Ave,
Chipley, FL 850-638-
8386
CORN $7 100# MAPHIS TREE FARM
Hay $30 roll, and Nursery. Fall is just
Oats $3/Bu. Lynn Cope around the corner and
638-1138; 260-2111 our fall decorations are
SNARE DRUM LIKE ready. As last year we
new, $125. (850)548- have oat hay, corn stalks,
4796 pumpkins, gourds and
FIREWODFR SL Indian corn. Plan on pick-
FIREWOOD FOR SALE ing your own pumpkin
aged, split, deli'-ered. from the pumpkin patch
638-9224; cell 628-1109 with your kids and be
5000 FORD ANDI loader, sure to ,ring a camera
great condition, please for pictures. We also
call for more information, have scarecrows, crows,.
638-0014 or 638-4672 fall arrangements and
SOD SOD SOD Quality wreaths for your decorat-
you can depend on! Irri- ing neen with lots of newop
gated, weed & pest con- ims open withoays, a new,
trolled. Centipede and St. items or lundays, arie-
Augustine. Delivery and cause. The nursery has
installation available. 8 c:,ause. The ru sry ees and
mi. SW of Chipley for lat ol sLrubstrees and
easy customer hauling! plants. Leyland cypress,
time ily Southern Red Cedar and
Call anytime!Billy&Leo- Carolina apphireare
a Broke. (850)638-1202 Carolina Sapphire are
aBrock. (850)638202 available now for fall
or (850)326-1500 planting. Come by and
FOR SALE METAL Job 'see us at 814 Rattlebox
overruns. Half price Rd. off Orange Hilt Rd,
painted and non-painted Chipley 850-638-82413
metal. Including standing FRUIT TREES $1 087!
seam; 6" max grip and Shade ernte
other misc metal trims. Shade& Floweringtrees
Fothr misc rne tri, also. Azaleas and other
For moe n l rma ,tn. shrubs $1.87. Yes, fall is
~contact (8i OOl absolutely the best time
TRAILER FRAME FOR ic. piani shruti and irees'
sale. 46x12 needs axle. All Ways Growrn' Nurs-
$300 obo. 547-9887 ery, 1658 Hwy 177-A,
2005 KAWASAKI 700 4 Bonifay, (850)547-2938..
wheeler, v-twin, new mo- Lic#47222563
tor $4500. (850)849- LEOLA BROCK NURS-
6118 ERIES LLC. Plants, trees
K&LFARMTOMATOES & s8irubs Landscape
.-'3 1.1-S 638-111 T ..-design, lanrdscape con.-
9.50-';0-. 5n,,3 f50-. -'..' mrfr irni.e.,l.rngalio,, ,sye ,
3380 leMs. 1788 While Road,
Bonifay, FL 32425
SOD FOR SALE on the (Washington County)
farm, delivered or in- (850)638-1 202;'-
stalled. Centipede and (850)326-1500


419C DeIrUUa. VVmu i. I
FLORIDA TURF
(850)'638-4860;
(850)415-0385., Estab-
lished 1980.
MOBILE HOME STEPS
6 stepper & 7 stepper
with landing and rails,
$200 each. Kenmore
stacked W/D heavy duty
110v used only 3 mos
paid $900 sell for $500.
836-4305
TREADMILL FOR SALE
2 yrs old. Rarely used
with incline. Paid $300
making $150 obo. Call Jen-
nifer @ 548-5083, M-F 7-
9pm.
1999 FORD RANGER
excellent condition
103,000 miles, every-
thihg works. Payoff
$6100. 2000 Dcal weld
built 48 horse John'son
48 pound thrust trolling
motor, fish tinder igri, s.
spare tire,' $6500 firm.
850-548-4796, 850-557-
5169, 850-333-9129
TRAILER FOR RENT
2BR/1BA, CH/A, deposit
required, no pets, call af-
ter 5pm 638-1222 .
COLOR COPIES $1.
COPIES 150 Washingr
ton County News, down-
town Chipley.




2005 YAMAHA YZ6
4000 miles, silver/black
$4200. (850)849-6118
2002 CBR 600 S4i red/
silver, mirror tint wind-
shield, 2 new tires,
12,000 miles. $4500.
263-3411
2003 HONDA GOLD-
WING 50,000 miles, sil-
ver color, CB, AM/FM ra-
dio, helmet w/speakers
included. $11,000. 638-
4251 .
GREAT DEAL! 1990
24ft SunTracker Pontoon
made by Bass Tracker w/
1990 70hp Evinrude,
trailer included. Tandem
axle. $5000. 258-5820




ROTTWEILER PUP-
PIES Born 9-12-06
ready. Parents on pre-
mises $150. 956-3040
or 541-1099
3 FREE KITTENS to a
good home. 2 months
old. Call 850-527-8525


CHERRY SLEIGH BED
$250 solid wood, still
boxed 850-425-8374
3 PIECE LIVING room
New Micro Fiber Sofa,
loveseat, chair. $650, still
wrapped, stain resist:
850-222-9879
DINING ROOM BRAND
new Cherry table, 6 Chip-
pendale chairs, lighted
china cabinet, $850, can
deliver, call 850-222-
9879
2 PC LEATHER sofa &
loveseat. Brand new,
hardwood frames $795,
can deliver. 850-425-
8374
B&B FURNITURE 1342
N RR Ave, Chipley. We
pay cash for clean qual-
ity furniture. 850-557-
0211 or 850-415-6866.
Ask for Pasco or Carolyn
FURNITURE &
MATTRESSES Low,
low, low overhead guar-
antees low, low, low pric-
es.'P&S Discount Furni-'
tare, Chipley. (Since
1973) 850-638-431.1
QUEEN ORTHOPEDIC
PILLOWTOP mattress
set. New in plastic, war-
ranty. $275. 850-222-
2113
MATTRESSES $99 &
up. Twin, full, queen .&
king. Delivery available.
(850)326-1999
ALL NEW KING plush
top orthopedic mattress
set. Still in plastic with
warranty, can deliver.
$395. 850-222-7783
6 PIECE BEDROOM set
new in boxes, must sell.
$550. Call 850-545-7112
BEDROOM SET NEW
king bed, TV armoire,
chest, 2 nightstands, re-
tail $3200, sacrifice
$1000. 850-222-2113



1998 FORD ESCORT
Wagon, white, auto,
AM,FM,CDDJ (compact
disc) cold air, anti-theft
system, tires & battery 5
months old. $1800. 206
Veneer Circle, Bonifay.
1979'CAMARO motor &
transmission has been
rebuilt. Body needs
some work. Lots of parts!
$1000. 638-9871 after
6pm


PETS &
LIVESTOCK


I FOR SA


2004 CHEVY MALIBU
Classic 4 cyi. Very nice.
Well raintained Red.
AM'FM CD, alloy
wheels. Asking $9560.
(850)547-2986
1997 CHEVROLET
TRUCK ext cab, V6,
220.000 miles. $4500.
Call 547-5062 or
l85C0527-4363
04 BUICK REGAL LS
Bronze 3.8 liter, V6, AC,
leather, cruise, tilt, AM/
FM/CD, power W/D/S,
new tires, 65,000.
$13,900. Evenings.
1850)547-4096: daytime
Janis (8506547-3651
93 MAZDA MX6 $1000
as is. 547-2401
"86 CELEBRITY FOR
sale. Leather interior.
638-1645
2000 BRONZE CHEVY
Maiibu 55 000 miles.
AC,. CD player, hinted
power windows, new
stock speakers; Like
new! $10.000. Call 849-
1143
FOR SALE 1997 Silver
Camaro, T-Tops, 65K
miles $10,500. 547-:
3545
1991 SEDAN DEVILLE
tor sale. 638-1090 after
6pm
2005 BURGUNDY MUS-
TANG leainer interior, six
CD layer, cruise, electric
seals & windows. Stil
under factory warranty.
$16,500.oDo (8501258-
4428
1968 MERCURY COU-
GAR 289. V8. aulo, runs.
many new parts. $3000
OBO. i850)849-6118 .
2001 FORD EXPLORER
while, automatic, lully
loaded, 6 CD changer,
running boards, custom-
ized bra,. $8000.
(334)588-3141, cell
1850,418-0031
34MPG!!!! 2005 FORD
Fedos ZX3 SE, E.deor
haichoacK. lully loaded.
1/2 of factory warranty
remaining, 34mpg,
$12 600. Call Robert or
Carolyn Berry (850)638-
4320,
BUY NOW! 1976 .
El Camino $1100. Runs
Good. Great restoration
project. 547-4340
93 PONTIAC SUNBIRD
new motor, tires & nms.
AC system, new paint
job, ointed windows,
sporty car. $3500 hrm
,547-0958, leave mes-
sage.
93 OLDS REGENCY ex-
cellent motor, body, &
tires. 27mpg/hwy. load-
ed ieaiher interior. Ex-
ceilent condition. Re-
duced $2695 OBO 547-
2091
1999 CADILLAC SE-
DAN Deville, pewler/bur-
gundy leather. Fully load-
ed. Lifetime tire balanc-
ing. Trailer which. 41,000
miles. Luxurious
$20,999. 850)547-3342
or 763-6872
1998 CHEVY CAVA-
LIER Great condition,-
good gas mileage $1500
415-5986
1979 CORVETTE
.Eveything brand new'
Must see to appreciate
415-6820 $8000 or Irade
for pick-up of equal
value.
1998 GRAND PRIX 6
cyci. 146,000 miles
$4200 obo. Excellent
condition, -ires 5 months
old. (850)638-4987
2005 FORD FOCUS
ZX3 SE, 2 door hatch-
back, fully loaded, 1/2 of
factory warranty. 34mpg,
, 12,600 Carolyn
(850)638-4320
87 MERCEDES 420SEL
new trans-Alt, recent
valve job. $6995. neg.
527-1722, leave mes-
sage.
89 CHRY 5TH Avenue,
120k miles, $750.
(850)774-8970
92 CHEVY CAPRICE
Classic SW. Fully loaded,
seats 9. $2800 OBO. Ask
for Karl. 547-4465
1998 BUICK REGAL
GS, red, gray leather in-
terior, 4.0L 3800 Series II
Supercharged engine,
83,000 miles, air, $7000.
(850)260-1149
1998 PONTIAC TRANS-
PORT mini-van, 6-cyl,
seats seven, excellent
shape inside & out, cold
air, loaded $4900. 547-
9233


CAROLE CANNON REALTY
2229 Jim Bush Rd. Bonifay, FL
(8501547-4784 Cell [8501 951-5682
Carole Cannon, Broker
Hwy. 77 commercial location, 5.5 acres with
up and running business, 3/2 brick home, room
for another business $389,000 Country Get
Away, 21 acres with improvements $135,000 *
6.87 Acres, wooded, surveyed, ready for home
$54,900 Beautiful custom 3/2 golf course
home, newly built, Reduced $225,000 100
Acres with deep pond, some planted pines,
privacy $420,000 17 Acres, deep pond,
mostly cleared, ready for home, no restrictions
$136,000 Brown brick beauty, 3/2 on
3.43 acres, paved road, new cabinets, newer
appliances, metal roof, 'outbldgs $169,900.
www.carolecannonrealty.com.


1995 EDDIE BAUER
Ford F-150 4x4, 97 000
miles. $8500 obo. Call
260-1678,
ONLY $995
1984 Chevrolet utility
truck, as is. Call 547-
3496, leave message
2003 FORD EDGE Ex-
tended cab, slep side,
AM/FM CD, cold AC,
$12,000 or best reason-
able offer. 548-5555;
548-4799
99 F350 DUALLY
. worked. Beefed up
transmission, 1000 mi,
evierylhng iigri. 113,000
mi, 7 4LPS'diesel. well
kept. Looks/runs good.
$11,500. (850)373-7459
2005 CHEV UPLAN-
DER 4 door, LS, ISC
loaded, Silverstone me-
tallic, 16,000k, paid
$28,760+,, sell _'for:
$19,500. cash (850)547-
5524 mornings
2003 CHEVY AVA-
LANCHE Z-71, one own-
er, sunroof, Bose stereo
w.6 disc cd. lealner new
tires. 72,000 Hwy miles.
clean. $21.500 00 OBO
* 850-260-9324
86 CHEVY PICKUP 350
motor, built, large cam,.
runs good body has.
some rust, show ils age
$1500. OBO. 547-0929
99 FORD 150 XL Super
Cab. AT. PS, PB. loolbox
new tires. 97,500 miles.
Asking $9000 547-0150
326-3123
2005 JEEP WRAN-
GLER, black 4cyl, 25K,
lift kit, soft top, 31 tires
and rims. Extra clean.
258-1090
2002 GMC YUKON XLT,
loaded, front & side
airoags, sunroof, leather,
third row seating, 17-21
MPG. great buy $15.500.
OBO. 1850)326-0911 or
, (850)773-25883 .
96 JEEP CHEROKEE
excellent condition, Chi-
pley area. Red, $3500
firm. Call anyiime
1850i260-9706
1996 GMC JIMMY 4.3
V6. AT, AC, PW 4-door.
very .clean, $4500
(850)260-1612
FOR SALE 1999
F-150, low miles
$13,500. OBO; 100,000
mile warranty. 547-5960;
547-2228
79314 TON Chevy 4x4 V-
8 Granny 4 speed has
gooseneck hitch and
new trailer brakes good
cond. $3,500.00 850-
260-9324
1994 FORD RANGER 4
cyl., 5 speed, cold air
excellent condition
$3,500 obo, after 3p m.r
726-0193
1990 CHEVY 1/2 ton
Z71, SWB, reg cab,
Silverado Package. New
pts. $5500. Call Terry
547-3646 7am-5pm
2000 CHEVY EXTREME
S-10 stepside, auto, AM/
FM/CD, cruise, radar,
ground-FX, 2 extra tires,
58,500k original miles,
.,sharp truck. $10,250;
547-4527
2005 CHEVY TRAIL-
BLAZER ext 4x4, 8,000
miles, tan in color,
:loaded, LT edition,
$22,500. OBO. 547-
0765, 527-4246
2002 FORD RANGER
King Cab, step side. 6 co
changer, power windows
.and doors, like new.
$12.000 (pay off) 850-
373-7755
2000 SILVER DODGE
Dakota SLT, automatic
Magnum V6, full power,
extended cab, toolbox,
and slide bars, $6900.
(850)535-9292
1990 CHEVY
SILVERADO one owner,
garage kept, 350 V8,
auto, air, pwr windows
locks, tow pkg, 127k,
.good condition. 850-638-
0986


2002 FORD EXPLORER
XLT, excellent condition,
fully.loaded, keyless en-
try, leather, dark sage
green. 110,000 miles.
$9,200. Call 526-
3619(w); 638-8104(h)
1987 FORD F250 4x4
381 motor. Runs good,
great shape. $3800.
(850)415-6301
MOVING OVERSEAS
1999 Grand Voyager
mini-van, power windows
& locks, 120K miles, well
maintain. Asking $3900
OBO. Tires guarantee.
Call 773-3708 / 774-
8032
1987 CHEVY CARGO
van G-20 $1000. 547-
3934
96 F-150 loaded, $4000.
547-2401
1999 SS CHEVY Subur-
ban black, 11 of 151,
80,000 miles. Leather,
loaded, custom wheels,
;$15,000 obo. 535-9800
1995 FORD F-150 XLT,
extended cab, V8, auto,
power window, locks
ioolbox, cab steps, rails.
rims, AM. FM cassette.
$7000 638-9630
1999 ISUZU AMIGO
Convertible, brand new
clutch, transmission,
starter, timing belts. Ask-
irig $6500 773-5720,,
.leave message
99 NAVY BLUE Chevy
Astro Van, $5000. OBO.
Call (850)956-2367
1987 1 TON Chev, 42k
miles, ex. government
$3500. (850)774-8970
2000 DODGE 2500 Ran ,
Wagon V-8, PW, PL. ste-
reo, dual A/C,- 23,000
miles, very clean, must
sell, make offer. 850-
773-7737
FOR SALE TAKE up
payments on 2003 Expe-
dilJ.on. 80K 60 e,.,K,vWell
kept excellent condiiion.-
$14,000. pnone 850-
548-5453
1982 GMC SIERRA Die-
sel for parts or rebuild.
Engine no good. Good
condiiton for age. Can be
connected to gas. $500'
firm (850)547-2986-
2003 DODGE RAM w/
Hemi 2500.7000+ miles,
loaded $28 000. Must
sell (3341699-2382
1996 F150 XL Extended
cab, edliner dual tanks,
.120K go-cd condition
$7000. 547-9396
1998 FORD F150 good
condition, call for further.
information. (850)535-
4945
1993 CHEVY Z71 great
hunting truck, needs
paint job, new AC corn-
pressor, runs good,
$4000 OBO (850)527-
8401 anytime
96 FORD DULLY F350
gooseneck, brake sys-
tem, trim package,
bedliner, excellent condi-
tion $12,500. 535-2276
1997 FORD RANGER 5-
speed, runs good, good
starter truck. $2500.
(850)638-7936
1998 Z71 ext cab, 3-
door. $9500. 263-3105
evenings.
2001 FORD EXPEDI-
TION miles 86 670, fully
loaded. 638-8376
2003 CHEVROLET
SIVERADO Z-71, 4x4,
5.3 liter V8, all power, .
bedliner, bug guard,
toolbox, tires P305/70 BF
Goodrich, Flowmaster
mufflers very nice, runs
great, $20,995. 773-
1960
NISSAN PATHFINDER
'95 XE-V6, 4-wheel
driveautomatic, security
system, Putham tow
package, CD/radio, cold
air. $3900.obo (850)638-
2002
99 FORD EXPEDITION
100,000 miles, excellent
condition. $12,000.
(850)579-2977


97 DODGE 4-wheel
drive, 155,000 miles,
looks and runs great
$6500 OBO. 263-9711
FOR SALE 2001 Ford
Expedition XLT, loaded,
64,000 miles, $12,000.
547-4830 between 6pm
& 8pm only. No collect
calls.
1974 CHEVY
CHEYENNE Super 20,
"a heavy duty toy hauler"
350/350, recent recondi-
tioned ground up. $8700.
773-1818, after 5pmr
1989 FORD F-150 PU,
115 000Cmiles. runs great
f,2000 535-2608
FOR SALE 1996 Ex-
plorer XLT, V-8, 4 door,'
leather, loaded, custom
-ims, Alpine stereo sys-
tem, tinted windows
$11,000. 547-2502
1999 F250 SD Ford
truck, XLT, X-cab, SWB,
7.3 power ..stroke,
160,000 miles, very nice,
$14,000 obo. 535-9800
1995 FORD
AEROSTAR passenger
van $1200. 547-3934
FOR SALE 1999 Cnevyy
Suburban LT, 5.7 litre,
leather, CD, front/rear-
AC, 153,000 miles. Ask-
ing $8950. Call 850-956-
1260
1999 MAZDA B3000
pickup: 20,000 miles,
/auto, a/c, keyless entry,
electric window, AM/FM/
CD, Tonneau, garage
kept, clean, excellent
condition. (850547-0941
1994 CONVERSION
VAN V-6, cruise, power
windows, 106 k miles,
looks and runs good.
547-2180
2004 FORD F150 5.4
Triton 4x4 100 KMI Su-
per Cab White $14,500.
t85088J9-6118
2003 CHEVROLET
SILVERADO Z-7-1, e.<-
celleni condition, wrhie
grille guard, toolbox, nerf
bars, bed rails, CD, cas-
sette, 54,000 miles. 260-
5914; 638-7511
2000 HONDA ODYS-
SEY EX Mini-Van, V6,
89.000 miles, good con-
lition, gray cloth interior,
white exterior, $13,000
OBO. 547-0899
CHEVY SUBURBAN 3/
4 ton, Heavy Duty, tow
package. 350 motor, AT,
PS, PB new paint, parts_
&banery, 850-5-47-0448




ORLANDO WATER
FORD Lakes 4BR/2BA,
2 car garage, vaulted
ceiling, take a tour online
www.buyowner.com
#25339 $324,900 or call
407-384-2252
2240 SQ FT home for
sale. Must be .moved.
.Make offer. Call 850-258-
8247
FOR SALE HOUSE that
must be moved, located
on Hwy 90 East in Chip-
ley immediately! Beside
Southeastern Surveying.
Please call for an ap-
pointment to inspect and
make offer. 850-638-
0790
FOR SALE BEAUTIFUL
country 3BR/2BA brick
home, owner financing.
Also, house and apart-
reneis lor rent in Bonily.
(850)547-5085
BRICK, 3 BEDROOM, 2
bath, Hwy 77, 3 miles
South of Chipley, call
Milton for information
850-638-1858




2BR/1BA no pets, HWy
77 South, 3 miles. Also,
3BR/2BA. Call Milton for
information. (850)638-
1858


NICE LARGE HOUSE
for lease in Chipley 2200
sq feet 3BR/2.5BA, of-
fice, large porches, 2 car
garage, fireplace and
shed. $975/month, one
year lease. No pets,
smoke-free environment.
References. 615-477-
5387 or
Callieinu u,'corricas .nei
Pictures at :
www.chipley.homestead.com
IN RENT IN Cripley
3BR/2BA CH/A, refer-
ences required, First &
last, smoke free environ-
ment. 547-2091;
(850)624-6576
HOUSE FOR RENT lake
front on Blue Lake, just
south of Chipley. 2BR/
2BA, 2 story w/base-
ment and possible third
bedroom, garage, dock
and large yard on 6
acres. $1250 per month..
Progressive Realty. 638-
8220




S/W EXCELLENT CON-
DITION 2BR 2BA. CH A.
everyining electric 2877
Church .St., Vernon.
$500/rent, $500-depost,
smoke free environment,
no pets. 535-6425
FOR RENT TRAILER
2BR/1BA Ponce de
Leon, $275/mo.: 850-
305-0571.
MOBILE HOME FOR
rent. 2BR/1.5BA. 638-
4689 or 260-2813
2BR TRAILER DE-
POSIT required, rno pets,
water & sewage pro-
vided. 547-5007 Boni-
fay
RENT TRAILER 3BR/
1.5 on 17.5 acres, no
pets smoke free environ-
meni. references. $450,'
mo., $350/dep C7. miles
.onni Boriiay-,'647-22136-
3 BEDROOM 2 barn
mobile home in mobile
home' park, $425 with
$400 deposit, 2BR/1BA
mobile home $335/mo;'
$350/dep. avail July 1.
near Bonifay Elementary
School, town & recre-
ational area. 547-3746
HOUSE TRAILER FOR
rent. 547-2043
BONIFAY .2BR/1BA
MOBILE home, $400'
mo., $400 security de-
posit. 547-4234



1 BEDROOM APART-
MENT for rent in Bonifay
downtown $450 a month
including water, sewer,
and garbage pickup.
HUD approved. Please
call 850-547-3530.
FOR RENT SLEEPY
Hollow'Apartments. HUD
not accepted. 850-638-
.7128
GRACELAND MANOR
APARTMENTS Rental
assistance on 1, 2 & 3
BR. HC & non-HC acces-
sible apartments. Call
850-263-4464, TDD/TTY
711. 5445 Brown Street,
Graceville, FL. Equal
Housing Opportunity.

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I REALES


BEST PRICES AROUND ON


95 Belcrest 16x80,3BR,2 BA.................,$22,900
07 General 24x56, 3BR,2 BA "NEW HOME" $49,900k

98 Horton 28x56,3 BR,2 BA..................... $39,900.
98 Redmon 28x56,3 BR,2 BA ................ $34,900

14x72 3 BR2BA................................. $17,900
02 Homes of Legend 28x68,3 BR,2 BA .$41,900k
00 Fleetwood 28x52,3 BR,2 BA ............. $29,900"
97 Fleetwood 28x74,4BR,2-1/2BA ........$39,900;
97 Fleetwood 24x36,2BR,2BA,, ........$..31,900
All Homes Include Delivery, Set-.Up, A/C, Steps, Plumbing & Skirting

FIXER-UPPER SPECIAL!
24x54,4 BR, 2 BA

"SAVE THOUSANDS"






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SeTTI'S COUNTRY REALTY
C U1-n..tr BETTIE L. SLAY, BROKER
OUCobn try- (Florida & Alabama)
205 E. North Ave., Bonifay, Florida 32425
(850) 547-3510

40 AC RANCH 2 HOUSES PASTURE BARNS 89,000.--
6 BR 2 BA HOME 10 AC POND $189,900...60 ACRES $199,900 -- 10
ACRES $65,000 ... 46+ AC PASTURE, BARN, CABIN, POND $322,000
-19.9 AC LAND POND $119,900 -.- 8 ACRES & MOBILE HOME
PARK $189,900 .. 19.5 ACRES FRONTAGE 2 SIDES $175,000 ..- 81.5
AC PASTURE FENCED, BARN, MOBILE HOME REDUCED $448,250 ..
28 ACRES $168,000 -.. 2 ACRES HWY. 77 SUNNY HILLS $225,000
*..74 AC LAND 3 BR 2 BA DWMH $455,000-...10 AC PRIVATE $225,000-
-.25 AC 2 BR HOME, 1 BR APT, GARAGES, OUTBUILDINGS $249,900.
-.NICE 3 BR, 2 BA ON LOT BONIFAY REDUCED $82,900-...5 AC 3
BR 2 BA DWMH CHIPLEY AREA $97,500 ..- 2 ACRES 1-10 MAPRI-
ANNA $39,900 -.. 2 AC 3 BR 2 BA MH OWNER FINANCING $69,900
WE GET RESULTS NATIONAL MLSI
1111"t ~VMS-1 r3-11FITRUM, 111,1111p. iIN M


TRI.COUNTY
REALTY
1103 S. Waukesha St.,
Bonifay, FL

(850) 547-4480

Experienced
Trained Agents

John Alford....., 547-2737
Doug Bush......547-5457

James Wilson. 773-3655
(SUNNY HILLS)

Mary Coleman 547-3181
Andrea Lewis,, 547-5095
StephanieBradley 956-3040

Free Market Analysis
See You
At The
Holmes
County Fair!








MULTI-FAMILY YARD
sale. Furniture, q.hrist-
mas decoration, clothes.
Oct 28 8am-unlil 800
Sandpain Rd Bonilay.
3 FAMILY some ifurnm
lure. small appliances.
ioys baby clothes. ,d-
,ing sei, booKs 2n OTlel
(Booih Fia cif State Fark
Rd., Cnrpley
SEMI-ANNUAL 9 mile
conimuniir'y yard sale
Sa ur.a.;,',l.N;jy rin:
until. 8 miles North 01
Wesrville, 5 miles Siutir
oi New Hop2 con Hignway
179A. Hundreds .of
items.
MOVING SALE NOV. 3
&4, Furniture, household
goods, baby things and
more. 1325 N Hwy. .79
Bonifay, diagonaIy
across -from Extreime
Boats.
YARD SALE SAT Oct.
28, 8-3. 820 Frasler
Circle, (off Orange Hill)
Wood dinette win 6
chairs, reclirier, play sta-
tion, clarinet, western
and other paperbacks,
lots of misc.
MOVING SALE FRI..,&
Sat. Oct. 27 & 28, 824.
Misc ilierns 27'04 Pioneer
Rd 3 rres wesiofWau-
sau blinking lighl.
LARGE ABANDONED
GOODS sale. 11,000,sq.
ft. building full of items'at
yard sale prices. Friday
& Saturday, November
3rd, and 4th, 2006. 8am-
5pm. Located on the by-
pass (Maple Avenue)
Geneva, AL near couq-
house. .
BIG 3 FAMILY yard sale,.
Friday and Saturday. till
late. F urniture, does
and knick-knacks '112
E. Penn Ave, Bonifay. ,


.1/3 acre in Esto with
septic tank, city water
and 1500 sq. ft. con-
crete slab.........$13,500
.1/1 wood home built
in 1900! Could easily
be 2 bedroom. Remod-
eling already started.
Metal roof.........$35,000
*Commercial building
completely remodeled
in Bonifay City Limits.
1184 sq. ft.......115000
PRISCILLA "CISSY"
FAISON, BROKER
Cell: 850-768-0320
VERNON ANDERSON.
Cell: 850-819-4107
CHAD FAISON
Cell: 850-768-0321




1.7 ACRE double sepltic,
well, power pole, pond,
outbuilding, outside city
limits, zoned for 2 trailers.
638-5193, 850-260-5411
SUNNY HILLS LARGE
3BR/2BA, 2 car-garage,
stucco home, new
double pane windows,
Florida room. new rrmetal
rool. fenced back yard.
too many line features to
name, more sq ft for your
money. Owner Realtor,
Lunell Docchir. 773-
2828, Acquire Real Es-,
tate, Inc.
GREAT 1031 EX-
CHANGE PROPERTY
Beautiful 83 'ac cattle
farm in Jackson Co. Per-
fecl rural sending rolling
hili.sard leyr eeJ pae5.
lure'land covered by
malesiic Oaks, Magnolia
and Pecan trees. Zoned
AG2, this property can be
subdived into 1 ac
homesites or kept intact
for your personal enjoy-
ment. Quarter mile front-
age on Holmes Creek,
natural springs.
$599,500. (sub-divide as
follows) 40 ac parcel A
(with house barns)
$299,500 20 acre parcel
1 A vilh -iouse and barn
$159,900., Parcel 2 A
20acres. $149.900. 43
ac parcel B (on creek)
$319,500. Call 638-1336
COMMERCIAL
RENTAL OFFICE space,
2 rooms 14'x14' each,
near downtown Chipley.
Call 850-638-1959
MP ENTERPRISES
Land Sale & Finance 5
acres or.more for houses
only, wooded & pasture.
3 miles South of Chipley.
Highway 77, Gainer Rd.', r
Houston Rd., Duncan
Community Rd,, Buddy
Rd. (4) Five acres (8) ten
acres (5) eight acres.
Owner financing or cash.
Low down payment, low
monthly payments. Call
Milton Peel for informa-'
tion 850-638-1858


PORTER LAKE GET-
AWAY Lakefront mobile
home. oh 1 acre with
dock. 124k OBO
Overstreet. Realty
(850)763-4459 or
(850)832-5263
MLS#357027
EXPERIENCED COM-
MERCIAL LAND real
estate associates for new
office opening in Bonifay.
Various commission pro-
grams. Email information
in complete confidence:
bocamgmt@yahoo.com
EXECUTIVE OFFICE
SPACE for rent down-
town Chipley. 638-1918












Wednesday, October 25, 2006, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 11B


BIG AUCTION NOV 4
Hwy 377 Lynn Haven.
For more Information call
Jerry Johnson. Home
850-535-4006; cell 850-
258-5209; FL Lic #362;
Bus#205 Blue Moon
Auction Company

EVERY THURSDAY
NIGHT Marianna Goat
and Sheep Auction
5pm. Misc., goats,
sheep, chickens, ducks,
guineas. Auction Drive,
Marlanna (850)535-
4006; cell 258-5209.
Jerry Johnson #AU362
HUGE MOVING AUC-
TION complete contents
of house with antiques
and many more .items.
Saturday, October 28,
2006. 2886 Union Hill
Road, Vernon, Florida.
You may view items.to be
sold at 8am. Auction will
start at 9am.
Jerry Johnson Blue
Moon Auction Company
FL Lic #362 Bus #205
AL. Lic#1120. Home
850-535-4006; cell 850-
258-5209 Marty Caudell
AU3175
AUCTION OF LIFETIME
Collectibles of Janice.
Rich. Nov. 4, 2006 at
1pm. Viewing 11am. Red:
Barn Flea Market & Auc-
tion Center, Hwy 231
South, Dothan, AL. Par-
tial collection of several
others included in this
auction. Friends & cus-
tomers of Tri-County
Auction invited. Every
Saturday at 6pm misc.
sale. Sales cash only.
Info 850-638-1782 Jamie
or Jennifer. Jamie
Chesnut FL AU2837
ALAU5009
ABSOLUTE AUCTION
HOUSE has been sold.
All contents must be auc-
tioned off. PC Brass
Oaks. Marianna. Nov. 18,
19. 25, 26 Big 4 days
auction. Contact Jerry
Johnson home 850-535-
4006; cell 850-258&5209;
Blue Moon Auction Com-
pany. FL Lic#362;
Bu s # 2 0 5 .





WANTED COOK
KITCHEN Manager for
40 bed residential boys
program. Must have ex-
perience in food han-
dling, nave computer
skills and be highly moi-
vated. Background and,
drug screening required.
Great benefit plan in-
cludes insurance, holi-,
day and vacation pay,
and reitrment plan. If in-
terested please call
Becky at 548-5524
JERKINS INCORPO-
RATED IN Bonifay is:
seeking a A.or B CDL
Driver for the Red! Mix
Concrete and Building
Material Industry. Apply
at Bonifay store.
DOCTORS MEMORIAL
HOSPITAL has an im-
mediate position avail-
able for a PRN ER Reg-
istration Clerk. Interested
applicants can send their
resume to. PO Box 188
Bonifay, FL 32425. Attn:
Christy Booth, Human
IResourpes Department.
Or apply in person at 401
East Byrd Avenue. Doc-
tors Memorial Hospital is
a Drug Free Workplace.
EOE
CASHIER JERKINS INC
is seeking a friendly, reli-
able and trustworthy in-
dividual to greet and
communicate well with
the public while perform-
ing duties as cashier.
Requirements are a high
school dipoma, computer
and calculator skills a
must.. Experience pre-
ferred. Work: week is
Monday-Saturday. Apply
at Jerkins or email re-
sume to
sales@jerkinsinc.com


I BUILDINGS
IS NOW HIRING
QUALIFIED
FRAMERS
AND
METAL
WORKERS
Excellent Benefits
including BCBS & 401 K
MUST APPLY IN
PERSON AT 7:00 AM
BETTER BUILT
BUILDINGS
1284 Jackson Ave.
Chipley, FL

FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH of Bonifay is
accepting applications
resumes for the following
positions: Full-time Re-
ceptionist Secretary:
Duties will include an-
swering the telephone,
typing correspondence,
and filing. Must be com-
puter literate and enjoy
working with people;
Nursery Preschool is
currently seeking quali-
fied applicants to fill part-
time positions in pre-
school age departments
(Sunday from 9am to 12
Noon) &
Full-Time BuIlding Su-
perintendent.
Send resumes to or pick
up an application at First
Baptist ChUrch, 311 N.
Waukesha St., Bonifay,
FL 32425. Resumes ap-
plications must be sub-
mitted no later than No-
vember 30, 2006
METAL ROOFING
COMPANY in need of
Supervisors, Journey-
men, Foremen. Top pay
depending on experi-
ence. Call 547-1001
AVON REPRESENTA-
TIVES NEEDED in Boni-
lay, Chipley, Graceville,
Wausau, Vernon,
Caryville. and Ponce de
Leon. Ask about mini-kit.
.Phone.850-547-1640.
Dwayne Atkins ISR. -
WANT AN OPPORTU-
NITY with a growing
company? Want to work
hard and be rewarded for
it? Reed Concrete &
Construction, lnc., in
Bonifay would like to talk
with you. 850-547-5767
PART-TIME PHAR-
MACY Tecnicashier
needed at Bonilay Meai-
cine Shoppe. Apply
within.
THE CHIPLEY
REDEVELOPMENT
Agency is seeking propo-
sals for demolition and
removal of a residential
structure in Chipley, FL,
'with asbestos siding.
.The selected contractor
music be iflly registered
and licensed with the
State of Florida Dept. Of.
Environmental Protec-
tion to remove hazard-
ous materials. Please
contact C. MacBlain for
project details at
850.638.4157.
PRESCHOOL
TEACHER NEEDED ex-
perience necessary. Full-
time. 605 South Depot
St., Bonifay, FL 547-
1444
WANTED DIRECTOR
OF Treatment: Masters
Level Licensed Mental
Health Counselor to be
the supervisor of the
mental health and sub-
stance abuse program
for a 40 bed moderate
risk boys residential pro-.
gram. Call Ron Boyce at
850-548-5524
NEEDED ARNP OR PA
part-time position in an
established clinic in Boni-
fay, FL. Fax resume.
(850)547-5415 or phone
.(850)547-4284


EXPERIENCED COM-
MERCIAL LAND real
estate associates for
new office opening in
Bonifay. Various commis-
sion programs. Email in-
formation in complete

bocamgmt@yahoo.com
EXPERIENCED PRESS
HELPER requires solid
mechanical knowledge
and basic knowledge of
web offset printing. Job
calls for moving heavy
paper rolls, general press
maintenance and clean-
up, paper handling and
other duties as assigned
by supervisor. Drug test-
ing during probationary
period is a condition of
permanent employment.
Apply in person at
Washington County
News, downtown Chi-
pley. No phone calls.
EOE, drug free work-
place.
ARC WASHINGTON
HOLMES Counties, Inc.
has an opening for Full-
time, temporary, Litter
Pick-Up Instructor's Aide.
Qualifications: High
school diploma or GED.
Valid Florida Drivers li-
cense required. Drug
'and background screen-
ing performed Apply in
person at One Stop Ca-
reer Center, 757 Hoyt
Street, Chipley. EOE,
DFWP
REPORTER NEEDED
FOR 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.
VOCATIONAL IN-
STRUCTOR, Ill F/C
Holmes Correctional In-
stitution $12.76 Per hour.
The Florida Department
of Corrections is accept-
ing applications for a Vo-
caional Instruclor III-F/C.
This position is located at
Holmes Correctional In-
stitution in Bonifay, Flori-
da and requires hands
on instructions and guid-
ance to inmates in the
area of heating and air
conditioning. Applicants
must possess a high
schoolFdiploma or-GED
and have three years
work experience in the
area of heating and air
conditioning. Position is
Career Service and has
benefits thru the State of
Florida. Qualified applic-
ants should submit a
State of Florida employ-
ment application no later
Ihan 4:00 PM EST on
Tuesday, October 31,
2006 to Convergys,
.,ATTN:, People First,
Staffing Administration,
PO Box 44058, Jackson-
ville, Florida 32231. Ap-
plicants may apply on
line at HTTPS://

or call 1-877-562-7287.
To be considered applic-
ants must'include posi-,
tion #70017568 when
submitting an applica-
tion. The Department is
an Equal Opportunity
Employer. If you require
an accommodation to
participate in the applica-
tion selection process,
please contact the hiring
authority or personnel of-
fice in advance. Certain
veterans and spouses of
veterans receive prefer-
ence in employment by
the State as provided by
Chapter 295, Florida Sta-
tutes, and are encour-
aged to.apply. Any ques-
tions regarding this posi-
tion should be directed to
Don Gray, Maintenance
Supervisor, at (850)547-
2100. EEO


NANA'S HAND ME
Down's Consignment &
Gift Shop. 859 Orange
Hill Rd., Chipley, FL.
Opening Nov. 2 @ 8am.
We are needing NICE
Fall & Winter Children's
Clothes and all baby
items. Please call 850-
527-5521 or 850-638-
3883 or 850-638-3884 to
make appointment to
drop off items.
SOMEONE TO RAKE
pine needles, 1/2 acre.
547-3530
PERSON TO CUT and
bale 12 acres of hay. You
keep 80%. Please call
547-0742
WANTED TO BUY an-
tiques, collectibles, gold,
silver, dinnerware, collec-
tions, paintings, call Al
Schmidt 850-638-7304




















INTERIOR PAINTING
OUTSIDE trim, small
outbuildings, fences, no

mates, local references.
850-638-0635; 850-624-
4387
FLOORING TILE IN-
STALLATION 17 years
experience. No job too:
big or too small. Call 260-
1213 or 260-1350
FOR HIRE SMALL trac-
tor with bushhog. Roto
Tiller (garden spots) Also,
have dirt blade and fin-
ish mower. Call 638-
1421
FURNITURE REPAIR
and Finishing 46 years
experience. 638-2300
STRICKLEN'S CAR-
PENTRY Decks
porches, new editions,
remodeling, demolition,
utility buildings, pump
houses, roof work
(shingles & metal) 850--
535-0203
DRM PAINTING LLC
Pressure Washing, new
construction and repaint.
(850)896-1916
TRINITY HORSE FARM
horse boarding, good
pastures, run-in sheds.
Chipley, FL.
www.trinityhorsefarm.com
850-638-1082
I WILL SIT with a loved
"one or disabled person in
your home or hospital 5
days a week. 547-4954
Wesley Hall Roofing
LLC. All types roofing &
repair. Metal roofs, flat
roofs, new roofs & tear
offs. We do it all! 638-
8335 415-5540
Lic#RC0066513
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
home or workplace. Rea-
sonable rates on new vi-
nyl tops and auto carpet-
ing. Free estimates. Call
anytime, leave message.
(850)638-7351


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.
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
HOME MAINTENANCE
BATHROOMS, decks,
windows, doors, and
wood fencing. Really, no
job too small. J&M Fam-
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7446
PANHANDLE LAWN
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Estimates 956-5070 or
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C&C CONSTRUCTION
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A 5 year warranty on
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LANDSCAPING ALL
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clean up and other re-
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Advertiser, Bonifay (850)
547-9414 or the Wash-
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Chipley (850) 638-0212
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'1 Hate Hamlet'
Tickets for the Chipola College production of "I Hate
Hamlet," are on sale in the college business office. The
Paul Rudnick comedy opens a four-day run on Nov. 2.
Tickets are on sale for $7 for adults and $5 for students.
Tickets are available weekdays in the college business
office from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Chipola students and em-


3rtiser, Wednesday, October 25, 2006
ployees get one free ticket.
For the courtesy of all theatre patrons, no one under age
five will be admitted. Recommended age for the subject
matter is 13 and up. For ticket information, call 850-718-
2220. Cast and crew are, from left: Shannon Grice, Mike
Milton, Danuta Jacob, (second) Brittany Holmes, Kevin
Russell, Chris Calton, (back) stage manager Rowdy Wil-
bur and Chipola Theater director Charles Sirmon.

MOT courses at WHTC
Two courses in FDOT Maintenance of Traffic (MOT),
in cooperation with the North Florida Safety Council
(NFSC), will be offered by Washington-Holmes Techni-
cal Center Oct. 27 and Nov. 9-10.
Friday, Oct. 27, an eight-hour MOT refresher course
will be offered from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. The cost will
be $111.00 for NFSC members and $131.00 for non-
members.
A 16-hour intermediate MOT course will be offered on
Thursday and Friday, Nov. 9 and 10. The class will meet
from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. both days. The cost will be
$242.00 for NFSC members and $262 for non-members.
There will be a requirement of at least 10 students to start
the course.
Both of the courses will be offered in the continuing
education classroom on the east side of the WHTC cam-
pus. Students will be required to pre-register and pre-pay


for the course. For further information and assistance in
the registration process, call (850) 638-1180, ext. 313, or
visit the campus at 757 Hoyt Street in Chipley.

Community GED testing
Washington/Holmes Technical Center in Chipley is
the community GED testing site. The GED test is sched.
uled at least once each month. Prep classes, with flexible
hours, are offered free of charge in Chipley and Bonifay.
For more information, call WHTC Student Services at
(850) 638-1180.

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