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2 sections, 24 pages


2006, WASHINGTON COUNTY NEWS


I Vou e8,N m e 5 6- 0 *ey Forida-ednesday N ve be- 1 2060 50Csle a ncue


Vernon kids on
Montel Williams
Three Vernon children from a
family profiled on January 18 are
on their way to the Montel Wil-
liams show. More on page lB.

Toys for Kids
poker run Saturday
A number of fund-raisers are
being planned for this year's
Toys for Kids project. They be-
gan with a hot dog benefit on
Sept. 15 and end with a motor-
cycle poker run on Nov. 4.
The poker run will begin at
Gary's Flaming Grill in Chipley.
Last motorcycle will leave at 10:,
30 a.m. It vwill then go to the fire
house in Cottondale and then'
north up Alabama Hwy. 109 and
then back to Bonifa\. Bonifay
Fire and Rescue will sell barbe-
cue sandwiches at the firehouse
as a fund-raiser for their Toys for
Tots campaign. Riders %\ill then
go to Vernon EMS and then back
to Chipley.
Donation is $10 a hand for
the first two cards and $5 a hand
for any additional cards. For
information, call Joey Tharp at
260-5493.
All the money raised is used
for clothing and toys for the kids.
In the middle of December. the
men go to local businesses and
buy the kids a set of clothing. in-
cluding socks. underwear, jacket,
shoes, pants and shirts. More
than 150 children will be served
this year.
Anyone who would like to
help Toys for Kids may mail
donations to Toys for Kids. P.O.
Box 711, Chipley. FL 32428.
For more information, call
638-6301 or email at toys_for_
kids @earthlink.net

Vet's Day parade
AMVETS Post 007 is spon-
soring a Veterans Day parade on
November 11 in Chipley.
Lineup for parade will be at
9 a.m. at the old Chipley High
School. It is scheduled to start
,at 10 a.m. Anyone interested in
signing up to march or needing
more information, should call
638-4126.

Weather
Wednesday Mostly sunny. Highs
79 to 84. North winds around 5
mph. Wednesday Night Partly
cloudy. Lows 55 to 60. Light
and variable winds. Thursday
Partly cloudy. Highs 78 to 83.
Northwest winds 5 to 10 mph.
Thursday Night Mostly clear.
Lows 45 to 50 inland...45 to 50 at
the coast. Friday Mostly sunny.
Cooler. Highs 70 to 75. Friday
Night Mostly clear. Colder.
Lows 33 to 38 inland...40 to 45
at the coast. Saturday Mostly
sunny. Highs 68 to 73. Saturday
Night Mostly clear. Lows 39 to
44 inland...45 to 50 at the coast.
Sunday Mostly sunny. Highs
71 to 76. Sunday Night Mostly
clear. Lows 43 to 48 inland...50
to 55 at the coast. Monday
Mostly sunny. Highs 74 to 79.


A Joplin, Mo. woman was
killed Friday and her husband
critically injured in a single-ve-
hicle wreck on Interstate 10. The
accident occurred at Mile Marker
106 in the eastbound lane.
Florida Highway Patrol re-
ports that the 2003 Lincoln Tow n
car driven by Kenneth David
Mohrlok, 73. went onto the me-
dian. The driver over corrected
to the right. causing the vehicle
to re-enter the inside lane. The
driver then over corrected to the
left, causing the vehicle to rotate
counter-clockwise and plunge
off the interstate onto the median.
smashing into a large tree on the
passenger's side.
Bonifav Fire and Rescue
carried out the extraction of
the victims, while Caryville


Complaint

made about
911 servce

Unplugged phone
line was the culprit
line was the culprit


Volunteer Fire Department did
traffic control. Holmes County
Sheriff's Department was also
on the scene.
Kenneth Mohrlok was trans-
ported to Southeast Alabama


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Chipley High School celebrates Seni4


Chipley High School students
recognized on Senior Night 2006
on Saturday are listed by their
activity, years 'of participation
and escort for the occasion:
Varsity Football
Cody Deschenes, 4 years,
escort, Rhonda Deschenes; Dan-
zell Everett, 4 years, Mary Ann
Honeree; Evan Guettler, 4, Walt
and Susan Guettler; Joshl Hayes,
4, Dennis and Marsha Hayes;
Clinton Jacks. 2. Lynn and Jack-


ie Jacks; Shane Kriser, 4, Mike
and Stephanie Kriser; Zach Lee,
1, Theodus Lee and Denise Wil-
liams; Tucker Mathis, 4, Dennis
and Karen Mathis; Brett O'Neal,
2, Robin O'Neal; Hunter Park, 4,
James and Valerie Park; Brandon
Sikora, 4, Dan and Misty Sikora;
Michael Smith, 4, Robert and,
Bonnie Smith; Victor Tavis, 1,
Barbara Lee.
Varsity Cheerleaders.
Kaitlin Adams, 4, John Ad-


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
A citizen complaint about 911
service was made last week to
the Washington County Board
of County Commissioners. Dot
McDonald was on hand to talk
about the issue at the Board's
regular meeting on October 26.
McDonald said that on Octo.
ber 5 she called 911 to report a
medical emergency involving an
; eldII.person. The woman, who
N d1ihll_ 1 fiM II a wheelchair, began
MHeart helicopter. ( .hie Nadine bleeding from the nose. McDon
Mohrlok 'as transported first aid called 911 and there was no
to Doctors Memorial Hospital answer. Help was eventually ob
-in Bonitayand then to SEAMC. tained but McDonald wanted to
-in Bonifand f thern to SEAAC. know what was the problem.
She died of her injunes. ComnmLissioner Lynn Cope
said he looked into the problem
and found that the phone line to
the 911 PSAP equipment was
unplugged during that time. A
private contractor was running
fiber optic lines and unplugged
the wrong line.
Normally if a 911 system is
down there is an automatic roll
over to another location. Ho\\
ever, that cannot be done without
the phones in operation. The
PSAP screens and the computers
acted normally but there were no
incoming calls. The problem was
resolved as soon as it was dis
covered, and WCSO will have
someone on hand, with contract.
or Night Saturday tors during work on the lines.
McDonald praised the para.
ams; Destiney Atkins. 4. Kim medics from Washington County
Pottoff; Tisha Brock. 4. David EMSfor responding to the emer.
Brock and Deanna B rock; Adam agency. "We have some of the best
Duren, 1, Robbie and Shannon paramedics around," she said.


Duren, grandparents: Jeanna
Gilbert, 4, Olin and Rita Gilbert;
Megan Joiner, 4, Stacey Joiner;
Megan Kinney, 4, Lane and Janet
Kinne3y Jennifer Lent, 3, Mark
Lent; Analissa Yohn. 2, Mickey
and Carol Yohn.


See SENIORS, page 8A


Flu shots available
Washington County Health
Department will be giving flu
shots from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. at
the Council on Aging in Chipley
in Monday, Nov 13. The shots
are for anyone who is at least 60
years of age.
Be sure to take your drivers
license and your Medicare card
Cost without your Medicare card
will be $30.52.
No appointment necessary
Shots will be given on a first
come, first serve basis. Dates
will be set for other areas in the
county as soon as the Health
Department gets another large
shipment. There are no shortages
There will be ample time to get a
flu shot.
For more information, contact
the Council on Aging in Chipley
at 638-6217 or 638-6216.


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Margaret Gilmore
Washington County School Board
District 5
Together, we can make
quality education a priority. -
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Wednesday, November 1, 2006, Washington countyy N, ws, 3A


Sunny Hills Community Center groundbreaking


KAREM L. ALVAREZ
$taff Writer
With the help of
$100,000 from the Wash-
ington County Board of
'Commissioners, Sunny
Hills will start construction
'of the new Community
-,Center in January 2007,
"expecting to be completed
by spring, The ground-
breaking was held Friday
morning.
The center will feature
':a library and a meeting
room with capacity for up
'to 200 persons, to be used
for the Civic Association
and MSBU regular meet-
ings. This room will also'
,be available for rental for
public. Washfington County
.Council on Aging, and Lit-
eracy Volunteers of Wash-
ington County will share
an office at the Center to
serve nearby citizens.
The new 44' x 130'
.Community Center will
seat on a 1.5 acres lot :at
the corner of Challenger
and Oasis Roads, donated
-by late John M IcKenna 's


With the help of $100,000 from the Washington County Board of Commission-
ers, Sunny Hills will start construction of the new Community Center in January
2007, expecting to be completed by spring. The groundbreaking was held Friday


morning.
family, whom the center
is name after. McKenna's
family own most of the
commercial lots around
Sunny Hills.
After his death, his wife


donated the lot to the com-
munity of Sunny Hills.
In addition, a new recre-
ational park, Wilder Park,
is underway across from
the Fire Station at Gables


Boulevard.
The modern facilities
will include a playground.
skateboard park, and bas-
ketball and tennis courts,
among others.


Washington County Sheriff's Office arrest report dated October 23
through October 30, 2006.
Michael Arnold, w/m, 11/24/62; Geneva, Ala.; possession of marijuana.
failure to appear on possession of listed chemicals; arrested 10/28.
Dello Brown, b/m, 7/29/73; Vernon; sale of controlled substance within
1,000 feet of church; arrested 10/26.
Paula Brown, b/f, 12/8/72; Bonifay; Holmes County warrant for bur.
glary, Washington County charges of aggravated battery, -battery; arrested
10/29.
Miguel W. Carbera, w/m, 7/7/61; Chipley; battery; arrested 10/25.
Dennis Carrasquillo, w/m 6/17/63; Chipley; battery; arrested 10/23.
Joseph Davis, w/m, 5/6/66; Ponce de Leon; worthless checks; arrested
10/27.
James Forbes, b/m, 5/15/87; Pensacola; possession' of marijuana: art
rested 10/30.
Kermit Hammonds, w/m, 9/9/73; Lumberton, NC; violation of proba.
tion; arrested 10/26.
Charles Fogans, b/ni, 3/22/68; Vernon; resist officer without violence;
arrested 10/28
Steven Jenkins, w/m, 7/26/88; Graceville; possession of alcohol under
.21; arrested 10/29.
Michelle King, w/f, 8/2/66; Chipley; Washington County warrant for
worthless checks, Jackson County warrant for 'worthless checks, Holmes
County warrant for worthless checks; arrested 10/25
Stephan Lee. b/m, 11/24/62; Crestview;- possession of cocaine with
intent to distribute, trafficking in cocaine, possession of Ecstacy, possession
of marijuana. possession of paraphernalia
;arrested 10/28.. .
Kristopher Macha, w/m, 5.'23,77; Chipley; battery; arrested 10/28.
Judy Mason, w/f, 4/11/56; Bonifay; driving under the influence, posses-
sion of marijuana: arrested 10/28. ..:
Danielle Pereira. 'ft. 4/16/82; Tallahassee; dri' ing while license sus-
pended or revoked; arrested 10/26.
Jason Poyer, w/m, 12/12 80; Chiple): assault; 10/29.
SCynthia Roebuck, w/f, 5/6/70: Jonesboro. Ga:;,violation of probation;
arrested 10/26.
Thomas RoseNl. \wm. 7,8.81: Bomnf\ : burglary and petit theft; 10/27.
Dale Sheffield, b/m, 10'4 '56; Vernon; trespassing; arrested 10/26.
VWinston Spencer. 'm. 3 12 71; Chipley: batter: arrested 10'24.
Mark Vigliatura, \\'m. 4'27 84: Palm Harbor; possession of marijuana
possession of paraphernalia: arrested 10'27
Calvin Williams. bim. '1'88: Pensacola: possession of marijuana, ar.
rested 10 3i.


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Kimberly Gilmore Gay Leanne Gilmore Pedraja Dr. Michael Gilmore
Chipley High School Chipley High School Chipley High School
Class of '84 Class of '87 Class of '90


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A FULL-TIME COMMISSIONER YOU
CAN CALL WHEN YOU NEED HELP...
"I WILL HELP YOU AND I WILL BE
AVAILABLE FOR YOU"


LENZY


..CORBIN
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION
S. TO THE BOARD OF COUNTY
\COMMISSIONERS, DISTRICT 4



I am very honored that you have allowed me to serve as your County Commissioner
for the past four years. The upcoming November 7th election will decide who will
represent our citizens on the Washington County Commission for the next four years.
It is an important decision: one that-I believe \\ill have a great impact on the citizens of
Washington County.
We are all facing tough choices in Washington County! As with many others things in our
daily lives, the cost of our county government keeps rising. To continue to provide cost
effective and efficient services to the citizens of Washington County, we need outstanding
management. Washington County needs management that will continue-to be based on
experience with a hands-on attitude and approach to ensure that we have a cost effective
county. I believe my experience as an elected official, my 15 years experience in road
contracting/building and my FULL-TIME commitment well qualifies me to do the job
for YOU.
As many of you know, I have been unable to visit your personally and ask for your vote
and support due to an unfortunate accident at my home resulting in a broken leg. I am
sorry that I have been unable to visit you and ask you for your vote. Please consider this
as my personal plea to ask for your continued support and vote on November 7th.
Most of you know me personally and know that the interests of Washington County have
been my first consideration and commitment to you. I promise the citizens of Washington
County...RE-ELECT me, and you have my promise and commitment to continue to be
the Washington County Commissioner you deserve.
I am pleased to inform you that my relationship with the DOT SCRAP (Department of
Transportation Small County Road Assistance Program) has resulted in the following
roads in Washington County being approved by that program for w widening and resurfacing:
Orange Hill Highway, Clayton Road, Pioneer Road (from Wausau to Vernon), Creek Road
(out of Vernon), County Road 179 South (out of Caryville), and Alford Road. Orange
Hill Road is currently under construction at No Cost To The Citizens Of Washington
County. Clayton Road, Pioneer Road, Creek Road, CR 179 South (out of Caryville),
and Alford Road are all scheduled to be widened and resurfaced in the near future at No
Cost To The-Citizens Of Washington County. I have submitted several other roads
(Piney Grove Road, Corbin Road, and Park Road) in the county to the SCRAP program
for funding during the next funding cycle. Please note, these road improvements will be
completed at NQ Cost To The Citizens Of Washington County.
Please remember the Washington County elections are now county-wide and join me in
keeping effective and knowledgeable government in our county. I humbly ask that you
please vote for me as your FULL-TIME COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
Please contact me anytime DAY or NIGHT at 638-1911, 816 Allison Drive, Chipley, FL
32428, if you have any questions or concerns that you would like to discuss.
I will always strive to do what's best for Washington County.
FITL-TTME = ALWAYS AVATT.ART. ,= TL.NZY CORRTN!


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4A, Washington County News, Wednesday, November 1, 2006


Adams benefit
The second annual Gail
Adams benefit will be held
on Wednesday, Nov. 8 at
Chipley Auto Parts located,
at 1220 Jackson Avenue in
Chipley.
Scott Riggs' NASCAR
show car will be on display
along with many local rac-
ers who will display their
cars. Hot dogs and soft
drinks will be available.
There will be drawings
for prizes through out the
day. Proceeds from the
benefit will go to the boys'
baseball and girls' softball
programs at Chipley High
School. For more informa-
tion, call 638-7990

Chipley City
Council
Chipley City Council
will hold a workshop meet-
ing Thursday, November 9,
at 4 p.m. in the City Hall
Council chambers. Chipley
City Council will hold a
regular council meeting
on Tuesday, November 14,
at 6 p.m. in the City-Hall
Council chambers located
at 1442 Jackson Avenue,.
Chipley.

Vernon Christmas
Vernon \\ ill 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.
*The- 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.

Friends of the
Library meeting
Bill Lee, administra-
tor with the Washington,
County School Board, will
be, the guest speaker at
the Friends of the Library
meeting at noon on Thurs-
day, Nov. 2 at the Chipley
Woman's Club on North
5th Street.
Lee has written a series,
of essays about lifd grow-
ing up 'on a farm with ex-
tended family in Holmes


and Washington counties.
He will share some of
his experiences and les-
sons learned on a farm.
Lee says, "I am glad my
parents and grandparents
allowed be to experience
things like planting gar-
dens, smelling the freshly
tilled earth, working with
my hands. I even plowed
with a mule which, thank-
fully, I have not had to do
in the last 301 or so years."
Lee has mnay stories 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.

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, contact
Donna at 859-251-9126 or
Kristy at 850-535-9880.

Wausau
Christmas Parade
Wausau \\ill hold its an-
nual Christmas Parade on
Saturday, Dec. 9 at 10 a.m.
Following the parade,
Santa will greet the chil-


with Perry Wells as master
of ceremonies. Tickets are
$15 each.
"We expect this to be a
very interesting and enjoy-
able evening that will in-
clude a delicious steak din-
ner," said Debbie McCrary.
"This is a great way you
can help those in need."
Habitat for Humanity
works in partnership with
people from all walks of
life, to, develop communi-
ties for people in need, by
building. houses so that


there are decent homes
in decent communities in
which every person .can
experience God's love and
can live and grow into all
that God intends. Tickets
for the roast are available
by calling McCrary at 638-
4436 or Rebecca Harris.
638-1753. They may also
be picked up at several
local businesses. Call Mc-
Crary for details.

email to:
news@chipleypaper.com


dren at the Possum Palace.
Anyone wishing to enter
the parade should contact
Margaret Riley, Towl
Clerk, at (850) 638-1781
or (850) 260-5740.

Habitat roast
The fourth annual Ce-
lebrity 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


MT:.


* Voters of Washington County 11
As the countdown to Election Day comes our choices
are clear. Do \\e \%ant to stay \\ith the same old stuff of
reaction management of county business or do we want to
be more proactive with our business approach!
We must become more proactive in order to make Washington County a better
place to live, work and raise our children and grandchildren. The decisions that
you make will determine in which direction the county,will go. We need to get
control of our budget and provide more of the essential services to our citizens in
all parts of the county.
There are glaring gaps in our EMS services toall citizens as indicated during
the October 25, 2006 county commission meeting. The 911 system was down for
approximately 50 minutes with no response. This situation is not acceptable and
should have never happened \\ ith the technology available today.
I know that we can and will do better in the near future when we elect Joel Pate
as )our District 2 Count. Conmmissioner.,\We must do more research on our equip-
ment before we buy a system.
Letme-say thanks to the many people who have encouraged me, and helped me
in one form or another during my campaign. For your help I am very humbled and
appreciate e. May God Bless each and every one of you.


Spend an evening with Erik Estrada, star of the
hit TV show "CHiPs" and NRPi spokesperson.
Open to local area residents to promote and
encourage resident testimonials on the Sunny
Hills community and surrounding area. A great
photo opportunity for the whole family!. Food
and beverge.$vvill.be provided. .. ....:
WHERE: -
Sunny Hills Golf & Country Club
3634 Country Club Dr. .
Sunny Hills, FL 32428 .
WHEN:
Thursday,
November 2"d 14
6:OOpm to .
9:00pm. ..


Rl~~~O NOVMBE 7~f~fl'~th,^


I "Your Vote And Support


ear Business Partnership In King's Drugs.
pley High School Graduate
Graduate/BS/Early Childhood/Elementary Education
ars As Washington County School Board Member
Washington County School Board Chairman
ars Board Member, Capital City Bank
ears Chipola College Foundation Board Member
long Member, First United Methodist Church
Years Participant In School To Work Program
Member Of Chipley Womans Club
Member Of FL Federation of Garden Clubs
ried to Dow Gilmore For 43 Years
,ildren Kimberly, Michael and Leanne, All
luates Of Chipley High School
Together We Can Make Quality
Education A Priority"


Will Be Greatly Appreciated"
FREEFISH FRY
3 ORANGE HILL FIRE DEPR.
SAT., NOV. 4th 4P.N.


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An outdoor light on your property can provide a sense of security and
keep you from fumbling for vour keys in dithe dark.


However, these benefits can't be realized if a light is inoperative.


If you're aware of a malfunctioning light on our lines, let us know.
Simply inform us of the location, and we'll make sure it's repaired.


Safe, reliable service. That's our promise.

To Report a Malfunctioning or Inoperative Outdoor Light:





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Wednesday, November 1, 2006, Washington County News, 5A


Recently I wrote of my
enjoyment of sitting quietly
in the auditorium of the new
Vernon High School as the
dedication ceremonies for
the new facility were car-
ried out. I formulated my
'speech" during and after
the formalities ended and
presented the profound con-
tents to you in the form of a
'prattle" which could, have
been entitled, "The Speech
That Was Never Delivered."
The "prattler" once again
sat calmly in the audience at
City Hall Oct. 10 as Tommy
R,. McDonald Jr., Linda
Cain and Karen Rustin took
the oath of office as city
council members for the
City of Chipley.
As Judge Colby Peel.
administered the oath to
the city servants, my mind
reflected on the, depth of
history which was being
Unveiled before our very
eyes and the question came
to my mind, "what would
I say right now if I were
called upon to speak?" The
following are some of my
thoughts:
Tommy Ray ,McDonald
Jr. was embarking on a. ca-
reer in city government, fol-
lowing the footsteps of his
late father, Mayor Tommy
Ray McDonald Sr., Mayor
Linda Cain is continuing to
mount a long tenure in of-
fice with her new term, and
Karen Rustin is fast leaving
the designation of a novice
in her service as a city coun-
cil member.
To add to the historic
-nature of the event, Tommy
Jr.'s mother, Vivian, held
the Bible with her son's
hand placed upon it as he
repeated the solemn pledge
which constitutes the oath
of office. We all know that
Vivian McDonald was ap-
pointed by the council to
serve the unexpired term
after "the untimely death of
her husband. Tommy Sr..
less than two years ago.
, As,.JJge Peel adminis-
teiedthee oath of office 'to
the three council members,
he also ably explained and
commented on the signifi-
cance of the occasion. He
included a short, but im-
pressive "charge" to the new
political office holder as he
embarks on his role.
As the judge performed
his ;duties, my thoughts
immediately flashed back
to former years. This is an-
other "like father, like son"
situation in that his father,
Fred Peel, took the reins of
a highly responsible job at
an early age when he be-
came sheriff of Washington
County.
Since this will be my fo-
rum to deliver my "unspo-
ken speech," I will proceed
with other father-son office
holders in our county which
come to my mind, both pres-
ent and past. Kelly Brock,
long-time superintendent
of schools, now has a son,
Vann Brock, serving on the
school board. I know Kelly
and wife, Marlene Waller
Brock, are extremely proud
of this accomplishment.
Kelly's father, Clarence H.
Brock, served many years
as a school board member,
and Marlene's dad, H.T.
Waller, was tax collector
until retirement. '
Washington County his-
tory shows that D.D. Mel-
vin was county. judge in
1895 and his son, Charles R.
Melvin, served in the same
office beginning in 1925. i
Young men of the county
that I am keeping my eye
on include Phillip Pippin,
son of 'Tillman and Mad-
elyn Corbin Pippin, who
is presently following the
footsteps of his dad in the
real estate and appraising


profession. Tillman served
as a county commissioner
in his younger years and I
have had the thought that
Phillip would be a "natural"
for public service one of
these days.
Wayne Saunders, pres-
ently a school board mem-
ber, also worked many years
in school administration. He
and wife, Carolyn, have a
son, Clay Saunders, who is
young enough to complete


Perry's


Newly installed City Councilman Tommy McDonald
Jr. with County Judge Colby Peel doing the honors.
Vivian McDonald, Tommy's mother, holds the Bible.


his present chosen career
with the state of Florida
and still have time to offer
himself for service in the
political arena.
Ole Ellis has never served
in an elected office to my
knowledge, but he has been
in the forefront of many
public entities including
Director of the \Washington
County Chamber of Com-
merce, Interim Administra-
tor of Washington County
Community Hospital, and.
did a stint as city adminis-
trator for the City of Chipley
on a temporary appointment.
He and wife, Bebe, have a
son, Terry, who has recently
won a seat on the Washing-
ton County School Board.
He could possibly have fur-
ther political aspirations and
would be a valuable young
man in government at what-
ever le\el.
Other public servants
with relatives serving ear-
lier include Francis Hinson.
who is stepping do\n as
school board member, a po-
sition his great, grandfather.
Qscar Hinson.-',;hdin- the
1930s. Angia Hinson NMor-
ris. a former school board
member, had a grandfather.
J. Harvey Hinson. \iho held
the position possibly in the
1940s. Her other grandfa-
ther. James Thomas Wells,
was a Washington Count',
commissioner in 1927.
It is encouraging to me to
see young men and women
become interested in seek-,
ing public office. There are
many more in my mind that
are already in office and
others that could well be
potential material for public
service.


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they are actively involved
in a campaign. I only have
two pieces of advice to give
and I don't t divulge those in
this writing. I have to save
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I have had in the past to
serve in public office, chair
many committees, serve
as master of ceremonies at
numerous functions and to
make official presentations
in schools, churches and
businesses.
I am equally honored
now to quietly stand by and
see the younger set come
forward and assume their
role in leadership in what-
ever capacity that might be.
Since I may have been,
engaged in some fantasies,
speculations and imagina-
tion in this writing, I will
conclude my reflections
with the lyrics of an old, old
song.
I guess it could be classi-
fied as a love song as well as
a country one. I don't know
right now %\ho w% rote it, or
who popularized it, but the
words are: "You can say no,
no, honey, That's all right,
but I'll get even with you
tonight, for you can't stop
me from dreaming!"
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Washington County News/'-
SI-- "Holmes County Times-Advertiser
Wednesday November 1, 2006

Page 6A


Win in county rivalry propels

Tigers to playoff berth .


Merle Eastman
Football Correspondent
The Chipley Tigers and
the Vernon Yellow Jackets,
both tied for runner-up po-
sition at 2-1 in District 2-
2B, met at Philip Rountree
Stadium, Chipley last Sat-
urday night to determine a
runner-up to the Blount-
stown Tigers(4-0) Chipley
defeated Vernon 31-7 to a
record 3-1 in district play
and move on to the state
playoffs in Division 2-B.
The Yellow Jackets finish
at 2-2.
Vernon won the toss
and deferred, providing
Chipley with the oppor-
tunity to go on offense
first. Three plays after
the opening kick, Josh
Potter rushed for 37 yards
and a TD. The PAT kick
by Brandon Sikora with
Tucker Mathis on the hold
was successful and after 1:
27 had elapsed Chipley led
7-0.
The Yellow Jackets
started a drive which
produced one first down,
but then the Tiger defense


GAIL MOUL
Sports Correspondent
Graceville's Tigers won
the District 1-1B football
championship Friday night
in Cottondale when they
defeated the Hornets, 17-8.
Their record is now 4-3.
The Tigers led, 14-0,'
atithe half and wereionly
threatened once.
, Cottondale was ham-
pered by having long
yardage and going for it on
fourth down.
There was no score in
the first quarter, although
both teams moved the ball
up and down the field.
In the second quarter,
at the 9:01 mark, Jay
Jay Laster went in from
the eight-yard line. Tissi
Robinson's kick was good
and Graceville was on the


stiffened, forcing a punt
on fourth and six the ball
rolling dead at the Tiger
29, from where the Tigers
launched its second offen-
sive drive.
Potter carried six times,
amassed 71 yards includ-
ing a four-yard burst for a
second Tiger touchdown.
The PAT attempt by Sikora
with Mathis holding was
successful. The drive cov-
ered 4:57 minutes and the
Tigers were 14-0.
The Yellow Jackets were
in possession as the first
quarter ended, and they
went three and out, turn-
ing. the ball over after an
unsuccessful fourth down
incomplete pass, early in
the 2nd quarter.
This was the third pos-
session by the Tigers, and
it resulted in ihree plays
with Josh Potter rushing
for a six-yard gain and a
touchdown. The PAT at-
tempt by was successful
and the Tigers had quicklyI
vaulted to a 21-0 lead over
its rival.
Following the ensuing


scoreboard. 7-0.
After a fake punt by the
Hornets on a fourth-and-
eight, the Tigers started at
the Cottondale 40.
Laster and Lee Steverson
moved the ball down field
and Laster scored from
the two., Again RobinsonI
kicked the extra point.
Cottondale scored in the
third quarter on a 90-yard
run following the kickoff
by Clarence Powell, but
it was brought back for a
Hornet infraction. They
punted on fourth down and
12.
Graceville started at
their 20 and marched down
the field with the passing
of Steverson and running
of Laster. At their 10-yard
line, on fourth-and-three,
Robinson kicked a 20-yard


kick by Sikora, the Yellow
Jackets had a short-lived
offense of three plays end-
ing with a Tiger intercep-
tion by Zach Lee at the
Tiger 38.
This defensive play fired
up the offense into a drive
covering 62 yards and con-
suming 5:00 of the clock
and featured completed
passes Hunter Park to Paul
Hardrick with a Josh Pot-
ter run of the final 15 yards
for a touchdown. PAT at-
tempt was successful and
Chipley Tigers now had a
28-0 lead.
The following kick to
the Yellow Jackets was
mishandled and the loose
ball was recovered by a Ti-
,ger at the Jackets 19-yard
line. Three Tiger plays
gained four yards and with
eight seconds remaining
in the first half Brandon
Sikora wassuccessful on a
32-yard field goal attempt.
Score at halftime: Chipley
31 Vernon 0.
The first half play of the
Tiger offense was superb
as they had five posses-


field goal at the 5:01 mark
and the Tigers led, 17-0.
Graceville had a lot of
offense in the fourth quar-
ter, but added no points.
At the 9:29 mark, Ste-
phen Burdeshaw lofted a
high punt which Powell
tookin around the 15 and
ran; zig-zag'through all of
the Tiger football team,
into the end zone for the
touchdown.
The Hornets took a time
out. 'When they. lined up
for the two-point conver-
sion attempt, Jacob Her-
ring completed a pass to
Dezmon Gray. Final score,
Tigers 17, Hornets, 8.
Graceville will close
out its regular season at
home Friday night, Nov. 3,
when they host the Chipley
Tigers.


Kathrmin Har'is.


Josh Boyett runs for a first down during the third quarter .of the Chipley-Vernon
game on Saturday night.


sions and scored on each.
The defensive. play was
also superb.
The second half of play
de eloped into defense by
both teams. The Tigers
had two possessions in
the third quarter and went
three and out and three
possessions in the fourth
quarter going three and
out.
Chipley had first pos-
session in the game and
scored first. Vernon had
the final possession and
scored 'last as with 1:36
remaining. The Tigers
drove 79 yards and scored
with .04 remaining on the
clock. The kick for PAT
was good.


Final Score: Chipley 31,
Vernon 7.
First half individual
stats: Josh Potter, 214
yards and 3 Touchdowns;
Hunter Park six of 10 for
115 yards and a three-yard
touchdown run; Brandon
Sikora was four for four
on PAT"s and one field
goal for seven points; Paul
Hardrick six catches for
66 yards; Zach Schaubut
had one catch for 60
yards.
This was senior night
and 13 senior football
players, and nine senior
cheerleaders were recog-
nized as having partici-
pated in their final game at
Philip Rountree Stadium.


Senior football play-
ers are: Cody Deschenes,
Danzell Everett, Evan
Guettler, Josh Hayes, Clin-
ton Jacks, Shane Kriser,
Zach Lee, Tucker Mathis,
Brett O'Neal, Hunter Park,
Brandon Sikora, Michael
Smith, and Victor Travis.
Senior cheerleaders:
Kaitlin Adams, Destiney
Adams, Tisha Brock,
Adam Dureen, Jeanna Gil-
bert, Megan Joiner, Megan
Kinney, Jennifer Lent, and
Analissa Yohn.
Chipley Tigers will play
their next game at Grace-
ville on Friday November
3 and Northview(Bratt)
on November 10 for the
Regional Playoff.


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Wednesday, November 1, 2006, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 7A

Blountstown finishes undefeated

season with win over HCHS


JEFFERY FRANKS
Sports Correspondent
Blountstown was the
last team of the season to
play Holmes County this
year. Ending the season
1-9, with this final loss to
Blountstown 36-6.
In the first quarter
Blountstown scored once
on their opening drive.
Cory Cox of Blount-
stown threw a touchdown
pass to Jon Lockhart and
Jared King kicked in the
extra point putting the
score at 7-0 Blountstown.
After a stalled Blue
Devil drive Blountstown
took over, on their second
play Colt Gardner came up
big with a forced fumble,
and recovery.
The rain earlier in the
day proved be a problem
through out the game. On
five of the seven following
plays, yet another drive

Lady Tigers
The local faithful wit-
nessed a real treat Tuesday
night when the Lady Tigers
revenged last year's loss
with a convincing win over
the Lady Braves of Walton
High School in the FHSAA
Regional Quarter Finals.
With adrenaline flowing
and the crowd's energy ra-
diating throughout the gym
the Lady Tigers came out
of the locker room with set
:,to win.
-:'The first two matches
Swere not easily earned;
those wins came as a result
of the Tigers never slowing
down and battling until the
.last whistle was blown.
During a timeout, team,
captai(-...Erica -Sewell
aske Cfipley head coach
Jerry Corbin if any team
in Chipley High School
volleyball history had ever
made it past that particular
game.
He responded saying
that about 30 years ago
was the last time a team
had passed this game, but'
that was with a different
set of rules and a different
level of difficulty in the
game played.
With a determination to
want to break yet another
record, with a somewhat
different type 'of game
played today, Sewell got
the Lady Tigers fired' up.
In the huddle she embed-
ded these words within the
team, 'No team has ever
made it past this game.
Let's make history here
tonight; let us be the first.
I want this; are y'all with
me?"


stalled, Evan Speights
slipped and fell without
being touched, on one of
these plays he was in the
clear for a certain touch-
down run but a puddle
caused him to slip and
fall.
On the next Blount-
stown drive, they also
stalled after constantly
falling due to water.
One of the most memo-
rable moments in the game
came following a HCHS
punt. Christian Smith re-
turned the punt for a score
that was called back due to
an illegal block on Woody
Works.
Works who was
knocked out of the game
after flying threw the air
on the collision. The Ti-
gers blocker hit Works, a
mere 155 pounds, collided
as Works ran towards the
sideline and the blocker


ran straight up field to
block Works, the impact
was heard throughout the
stadium.
However, the Tigers
took the ball and in four
plays took it into the end
zone including Ryan Bak-
er's 42-yard Touchdown
run, and with another
good kick by Jared King
the score was now 14-0
Blountstown.
After a four play stalled
Blue Devil drive, Blount-
stown took over and made
yet another touchdown in
three plays, but on second
down Tyler Cooey of the
Blue Devils batted away
the ball from Matt Vincent
for a incomplete pass, but
on third down Garry Reed
ran 54 yards for the touch-
down, and Cory Cox ran in
the two point conversion
making the score 22-0
Blountstown.


advance to semi-finals


The Tigers hit the court
filled with fire and enthu-.
siasm, ready to make his-
tory.
Leading the Lady Tigers
were; Sewell with 18 kills
and 18 digs and Vanessa
Kern with 13 kills and 32
digs. Adding to the effort
was Teanna Hill with four
kills and 13 digs, Hannah
Guettler had 11 kills, and
Jessica Bush, 17 kills.
Other key players for the
Tigers were Ashton Jacks,
Jessica Bush, and Han-
nah Guettler with great
serving. Recognized for
outstanding setting were
Teanna Hill and Jessica
Bush, as evidenced 'by the
number of kills, Libero
(defense specialist) Yannie
Steiger also assisted with
great passes.
Chipley, with an over-
all record of 19-9, will
advance to the FHSAA
Regional Semi-Finals to
battle the Lady Bulldogs
of Jacksonville Bolles.
Coach Jerry Corbin,


who was ecstatic about the
victory, commented, "This
is a big win for the Tigers,
and an even bigger win
for these girls! They have
worked incredibly hard all
season.
The Miami West Minster
(25-4) game earlier in the
season set the benchmark
for the girls in that game,
they rose to the occasion
and tonight they surpassed
that effort."
It is great when a team
reaches its play potential
at the end of the season.
It can take a team a long
way.
The Lady Tigers will
travel to Jacksonville,
Thursday, Oct. .26, in hopes-
of prolonging their season
and making yet another
step to the Elite 8. Show-
time will be at 5 p.m. EST
in the Bolles gym.


Evan Speights runs for a first down for Holmes County during their loss to Blount-
stown on Friday night.


On the last drive of
the first half Blountstown
passed the ball every play
and took it into the end
zone with a pass to Bran-
don Williams to make the
score 29-0 Blountstown.
This drive ended the first
half.
In the second half Hol-


mes County and Blount-
stown turned up the pres-
sure and only allowed one
touchdown a piece.
Evan Speights ran in the
touch down to put the only
points of the night for Hol-
mes County on the board,
with a failed two-point
conversion they stalled


and held firm on defense
the rest of the night.
This game sends the
Blue Devils home with
only one win in the season
and the Blountstown Ti-
gers who are still undefeat-
ed and are in .the playoffs
for state; however they are
now district champions.


I Sporm ts1 ian[1ouncI eme]nts I1 i


Gobble Golf
tournament set
Holmes County Rec-
reational Association an-
nounces the Gobble Golf
Tournament, to be held on
Saturday, Nov. 18, at Dog-
wood Lakes Country Club.
The tournament will be a
four person scramble and
will begin at 9 a.m. Entry
fee is $50 per person and
includes: lunch, T-shirt,
and "Longest drive & Clos-
est to pin" contests. Mul-
ligans will be available for
purchase. Cash prizes for
first, second, and third place
winners.
Special "Longest Drive
and Close.s to Pin",Contest,.
for kids -12 and.,undery, im-'
mediately following tourna-
ment. Cost is $10 for each
entrant 12 and under. All
entry-fornms may be obtained
at Dogwood Lakes Country


Club, at local businesses
in town, or by contacting
Melea Flanary at (850) 547-
2425 or Kristen Nelson at
(850) 638-551.
There are still have a few
sponsorship spots available.
Tournament is. being held
for the "Take Stock in Chil-
dren" Scholarship Program,
benefiting a local recipient
at the end of the 2006/2007
school year. All support for
this important fund raiser is
greatly appreciated.

Little Indians
Club underway
The Chipola College
men's basketball team in-
vites boys and girls ages 6-
12 tojoin the Litt1e,JIidiansi
Club.
Practices begin Thurs-
day, Nov. 2, at 6 p.m. with
additional practices Nov.
16, and 30, Dec. 14, Jan. 4,


18, and 20.
The $20 membership
fee includes: Little Indians
t-shirt, instruction from
Chipola players and coach-
es, and the opportunity to
perform during Chipola
games on Feb. 1, 8 and 10.
For 'information, call
Jake Headrick at (850)718-
2378.
Tri-County
Home Builders
tourney set
Tri-County Homebuild-
ers Association will host
their annual "Swinging for
Scholarships" golf tourna-
ment Saturday, Nov. -4, at
them, Indian .Springs Golf-
Club in Marianna..
For more information,
contact Debbie McCrary at
638-4436 or Tammy Dean
at 526-6831.


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Ebro Town
Council report
Tuesday Oct. 31, from
6-8 p.m., was the time set
aside for Trick or Treating
in Ebro. This action was
unamniously approved by
council at its Oct. 10 meet-
ing following a motion
made by Councilwomon
Gina Persall and seconded
by Councilwoman Virginia
Scott.
Persall also made a mo-
tion to sign the agreement
with Washington County
for fire services.. It, too,
was seconded by Council-
woman Scodtt and passed


unanimously.
Date and time of the
16th annual Ebro Com-
munity Christmas Party
was set. It will be held 6:
30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 15,.
with catering by Granny
Cantrells.
In other business, it was
noted that qualifying for
mayor and seats 2 and 4
was to be held 8 a.m. to
noon Oct. 23-26. Packets
may be picked up at the
clerk's office during busi-
ness hours.
Mayor Jamie Holley re-
minded Council that every-
one in the Ebro community
must have a plot registered


For the week ending October 26,2006.
At the Florida Livestock Auctions, receipts totaled
$12,355 compared to $13,020 last week and $5,072 a
year ago (low numbers due to hurricane). According
to the Florida Federal-State Livestock Market News
Service, compared to last week; slaughter cows and
bulls were $1 to $2 higher, feeder steers and heifers
were $2 to $4 higher.
Feeder Steers: Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300. bs- $130.00 185.00
300-400 lbs. $116.00-146.00
400-500 lbs. $100.00 134.00
Feeder Heifers: Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. $117.00 150.00
3004 00 lbs $105.00 132.50
400-500 lbs. $90.00 115.00
Slaughter Cows: Lean
750-1200 lbs. 85-90 percent $39.00 -45.00
Slaughter Bulls: Yield Grade, No. 1-2
1,000-2,100 lbs. $55.00 60.00


FURNITURE & MATTRESSES
LOW LOW LOW OVERHEAD
guarantees
.- LOW LOW LOW PRICES
P & S DISCOUNT FURNITURE
Chipley (Since 1973) (850) 638-4311


YOUR VOTE & SUPPORT ON NOVEMBER 7TH
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06
with the clerk at town hall
in order to be buried in the
town cemetery. "Those
who haven't yet registered
may contact the. clerk to ar-
range a time to do the nec-
essary paperwork," Holley,
added.
Business was opened


SENIORS
Continued from page 1A
Spirit of the Tiger Band
Heidi Acuff, 1, Larry and
Judy Acuff; Wesley Boone,
3, Tim Boone and Donna
Boone; Chris Dailey, 4,
Steve and Terrie Dailey;
Phillip Draayom, 4, Paul
and Greta Draayom ; Ash-
ley Funderburk, 4, Jacqie
Funderburk; Lauren May-
field, 1, Ken and Elaine
Mayfield; Elijah McGuire,,
3, Wendy Byrd; Meagan
Pledger, 2, Pat and Michelle
Drummond; Sam Toole, 4,
Bennie and Barbara Toole;

wIN uM


with the approval of min-
utes from meetings held
Sept. 12 and 28. Council-
man Young made a mo-
tion to approve the Sept.
28 financial statements. It
was seconded by Scott and
passed by unanimous vote
of council.


Stephen Vranich, 4, Tom-
mie Vranich and the late
Michael Vranich; Hannah
Watkins, 3, Zane and Laura
Watkins; Jessica Weeks, 3,
Paul. Weeks; Angela Wiley,
4, Robert Wiley; David
Worley, 4, Jimmy and Ellen
Worley.
EDITOR'S NOTE:
When the game was re-.
scheduled for Saturday
night the band was unable
to be there due to district
band competition. See Extra
for more on the competi-
tion and the upcoming band
concert. Escorts listed were
those originally scheduled.


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OF WASHINGTON COUNTY



IS MAKING THE

FOLLOWING ENDORSEMENTS

-0 TE GENERAL ELECTIONi

NOVEMBER 7, 2006


****U.S. SENATE****

SENATOR BILL NELSON


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****REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS DISTRICT 1****

JOE ROBERTS

****FLORIDA GOVERNOR****

JIM DAVIS


****FLORIDA ATTORNEY GENERAL****

WALTER "SKIP" CAMPBELL

****FLORIDA CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER****

ALEX SINK


****COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE****

ERIC COPELAND


****COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 2****
LYNN COPE, SR.


****COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 4****

LENZY CORBIN




PLEASE EXERCISE YOUR

"RIGHT" TO VOTE


NOTICE OF

CERTIFICATION

OF TAX ROLL
Pursuant to Section 193.122,
Florida Statutes, Gil Carter,
Property Appraiser of Wash-
ington County, hereby af-
firms that the 2006 Tax Rolls
for Washington County have
been certified to the Tax Col-
lector as of the 23rd day of
October, 2006, for the collec-
tion of taxes.
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Wednesday, November 1, 2006, Washington County News, 9A


WASHINGTON COUNTY


SAM


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BALL


WHAT IDENTIFICATION DO I NEED TO VOTE?
A voter ID card by itself is no longer sufficient. You must have both a photo and signature ID, which
may be on one ID such as a driver license, etc., or may be two separate pieces of ID.


OFFICIAL GENERAL BALLOT .. '. "
,.- -.. ." .....WASHINGTON COUNTY, FLORIDA, '. ;. -
... .,." ,,^ i -.^ .... .NO YE BE 7,26. .. .. ...

., .If; you make a stake, don't hast to ask fora n w ilon Vyou erase 'r
nakeu other mwa your vote may not cow
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UNITED STATES SENATOR
(Vote for One)
Katherine Harris REP 40 4
Bill Nelson DEM I 4 ,
Floyd Ray Frazier NPA 40I 4
Belinda Noah NPA S
Brian Moore NPA 4i 4
RoyTanner NPA 43 1

Wrlt-ln

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS
IST CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
(Vote for One).
Jeff Miller REP 4 4
Joe Roberts DEM g 4

S' STATE
GOVERNORAND
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
(Vote for One)
Charlie Crist and REP 4i I
Jeff Kornkamp
Jim Davis and DEM 43I 4
Daryl L Jones
Max Linnand REF 4I 4
Tom Macklin -
Richard Paul Dembinsky and NPA 4" 4'
Dr.Joe Smith
John Wayne Smith and NPA 4II
James J. Kearney
Karl C. C. Behm and NPA 4 I 4
Carol .Castagnero

Write-In


'ATTORNEY GENERAL
(Vote for One)
Bill McCollum REP I 4 4
Waker "Skip" Campbell DEM 4I 4I
CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
(Vote for One)
Tom Lee REP 43 4
Alex Sink DEM ," I
COMMISSIONER OF
AGRICULTURE
(Vote for One)
Charles H. Bronson REP 41 4I
Eric Copetand DEM 4II 4


STATE REPRESENTATIVE
DISTRICT 5
(Vote for One)
Don Brown REP 4IN 4

Write-In
COUNTY. .
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT 2
(Vote for One)
joelPate REP 4I I
Lynn Cope, Sr. DEM 41I 4
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT 4
(Vote for One)
Eddy G. Holman REP 4l II
Lenzy Corbin DEM 40 4


JUSTICE OFTHE SUPREME COURT
Shall Justice R. Fred Lewis of the
Supreme Court be retained In
office? .
YES II
NO 4 3
Shall Justice Barbara Joan
Pariente of the Supreme Court
be retained In office?
YES 4
NO ; 4
Shall Justice Peggy A. Quince of
the Supremie Court be retained
In office?
YES it
NO 4 4II 1
DISTRICT COURT OF APPEALS
Shall Judge Edwin B. Browning Jr.
of the First District Court of
Appeal be retained In office?
YES II.
NO .
Shall Judge Brad Thomas of the
First District Court of Appeal be
retained in office?
YES .. .:. .
NO 4I
Shall Judge Peter D.Webster of
the First District Court of
Appeal be retained In office?
YES 4. 4 '
NO 48 34
SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER
DISTRICTS
(Vote for One)
Margaret Gilmore 4 i4
Susan G.Roberts dI I


NOaI
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE IISECTION I
STATE PLANNING AND BUDGET
PROCESS
Proposing amendments to the State
Constitution to limit the amount of
non-recurring neral revenue which
may be apppropriated for recurring
purposes in any scal year to 3 per-
cent of the total general revenue
funds estimated to be available, unless
otherwise approved by a three-f ths
vote of the Legislature; to establish a .
Joint Legislative Budget Commission,
which shall issue long-range IInandil
outlooks; to provide for limited
adjustment n the state budget with*
out the concurrence of the full
Legislature, as provided by genal
law:. to reduce the number of times
trust funds are automatically termi-.
nated; to require the preparation and
biennial revision of a long-range state
planning document and to establish a
Government Efficiency Task Force and
specify Its duties.

NO 4
NO.3
CONSTITUTIONALAMENDMENT
ARTICLE XI, SECTION S
REQUIRING BROADER PUBLIC
SUPPORT FOR
CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENTS OR REVISIONS
Proposing an amendment to Section 5 S
of Article XI of the State Constitution
to require that any proposed amend-
ment to or revision of the State
Constitution, whether proposed by the
Legislature. by initiate, or by any other
method, must be approved by at least
60 percent of the voters of the ate
voting on themeasure, ratherthan by a
simple maoWy.Ths proposed amend-
ment would not change the current
requirement that a proposed constzm.
tioal amendment Imposing a new ste, .
tax or fee be approved by at least 213 of
the voters of the state voting in the
election in which such an amendment is

YES .
NO '


NO.4
CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENT
ARTICLE SECTION 27
PROTECT FEOft ESPECIALLY
YOUTH,FROMADODCTrN,
DISEASEAND OTHER HEALTH
HAZARDS OF USING TOBACCO
To promtepeople, especiallyyouth, from
addiction, disease, and other health haz-
ards of using tobacco the Legislaure
shall use some Tobacco Settlement
money annual for a comprehensive
sicewiMe tobacco education and preve-
tion p"rogi usingCenters fir Disease
Control best practices. Specifis some
program components, emphasizing
youth, requiring one-third of total annual
funding for idvertising.Annual funding i
15% of 2005 Tobacco Settlement pay..
mnts to Flora adjusted annually for
ition. ProvideswW defnltion. Effective

This amendment requires state govern
ment to appropriate approxiniately $S57
million In 2007 for the Comprehensive
Statewide Tobacco Education- and
Prevention Program. Thereafter, this
amount wil increase annually with infla.
tion.This spending is expected to reduce
tobacco consumption. As a result, some
long-term avins to state and local p-
ernment health and insurance programs
ar probable, but indeterminate. Also,
minor revenue loss to state government
Is probable, but indeterminate
YES
NO
NO6
CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENT
ARTICLEVII,SECTION 6
ARTICLE XII, SECTION 26
INCREASED HOMESTEAD
EXEMPTION
Proposing amendment of the State
Constitution to Increase the rmxmum
additional homestead exempoon for low-
Income seniors from S25I00 to $50,000
and to schedule the amendment to take
ect january 1,2007,if adopted.
YES 4
NO'


NO7.
CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENT
ARTICLE VII, SECTION
PERMANENTLY DISABLED
VETERANS' DISCOUNT ON
HOMESTEADADVALOREM TAX
Proposing an amendment to the State
Constitution to provide a discount from
the amount of ad valorem tx on the
hoestead of a pairallyor toa0ly per-.
manently disabled veteran.whois ap 5
or older who was a Rorida resident at
the time of entering military service,
whose disability was combat-related,and
who was honorably discharged; to sped-
fy the percentage of the discount as
equal to the percentage of the veteran'
permanent service connected disability;
to specify qualification requirements for
the discount; to authorize the
Legislature to waive the annualapplica-
don requirement In subsequent years by
general law, and to specify that the pro.
vision takes effect December 7,2006, is
self-executing, and does not require
Implementing legislation.
YES
NO

Na,
CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENT
ARTICLE X,SECTION i
EMINENT DOMAIN
Proposing an amendment to the Sate
Constitution to prohibit the transfer of
private property taken by emineti
domain to a natural person or private
entity providing that the Legislature may
by general law passedby a thiee-fifths
vote of the membership of each house of
the Legislature permit exceptons allow.
ing the transfer of such private property;
and providing that this prohibition on the
transfer of private property taken by'
eminent domain is applicable if the peo-
don of taking that initiated the condem.
nation proceeding was filed on or after
January 2,2007.

NO





END OF BALLOT'


Precinct No. & Location
1. CARYVILLE TOWN HALL
4336 Old Spanish Trail
Caryville, FL
2. COMMUNITY CENTER-FIVE POINTS
3892 Desalvo Rd.
Caryville, FL
3. FIRE STATION HINSON CROSSROADS
5487 Douglas Ferry Rd.
Caryville, FL
4. AGRICULTURE CENTER, CHIPLEY
1424 Jackson-Avenue
Chipley, FL
5. VERNON CITY HALL
2996 Main Street
Vernon, FL
6. VOTING HOUSE- NEW HOPE
4483 B Hwy. 79
Vernon, FL
7. ORANGE HILL FIRE STATION
1927 Orange Hill Road
Chipley, FL
8. ARMORY, CHIPLEY
749 7th Street
Chipley, FL
9. CITY HALL WAUSAU
1607 Second Ave.
Wausau, FL
10. COURTS OF PRAISE CHURCH
1720 Clayton Road
Chipley, FL


11. CITY HALL EBRO
629 Dog Track Road
Ebro,FL "
12. VOTING HOUSE GREENHEAD
5699 Hwy. 77
Chipley, FL
13. OLD CHS GYM
680 2nd Street
Chipley, FL
14. OLD CHS GYM
680 2nd Street
Chipley, FL
15. FIRE STATION -SUNNY HILLS
4004 Columbia Blvd. ,.
Chipley, FLL:
16. VFW POSt. VERNON
4100 Pate Pond Road
Vernorn, FL
17. SHEPHERDS GATE CHURCH
1915 Ferguson Road
Chipley, FL
18. RECYCLING CENTER
3115 Hwy. 77
Chipley, FL.
19. COUNTRY OAKS BAPTIST CHURCH
574 Buckhorn Blvd.
Chipley, FL


POLLS


SWILL BE.


OPEN ON


NOV. 7th


FROM


.7A.M.To7 P.M.
a/," ,. C -: ."'" '


Prepared by


Carol Finch Griffin
Supervisor of Elections
Washington County


WHAT IDENTIFICATION DO I NEED TO VOTE?

A voter ID card by itself is no longer sufficient. You must have both a photo and signature ID,

which may be on one ID such as a driver license, etc., or may be two separate pieces of ID.


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WOA, Washington County News, Wednesday, November 1, 2006


Community theater proposed for Washington County


KAREM L ALVAREZ
Staff Writer
It only takes a passion for
expression to get up on the
stage and show the audience
how to transform yourself
into a different character
and make them believe it
is real. That is what theater
is all about and what Kevin
Russell, an actor from
Chipola College Theater
program, wants to bring
back to Washington County
the community theater con-
cept from the 60's Spanish
Trail Playhouse.
Outspoken and never


afraid -f expression Ruks-
sell presented his project to
the Chipley Kiwanis Club
members, at their luncheon
on Oct. 24. His objective is
to implement a theater con-
cept similar to Kaleidoscope
Theater in Panama City. A
community/volunteer proj-
ect. in which people and
businesses could participate
in many different ways, not
just as actors and singers.
This project would be pre-
sented at the Old Chipley
High School Auditorium. by
summer 2007..opening with
the play Watermelon Whine


just in time for the fruit har-
vest season. Russell is ne-.
gotiating with Washington
County School District to
lease the historical building
and "turn it back to what it
used to be." If the School
District does not accept the
proposal, then he will have
to find another place.
"I have faith that if we
can put this together, it
will work". said Russell,
who also will take part in
the play Oklahoma to be
presented in March 2007,
at Chipola College. "Every
person can act. people act


on a daily basis. We want
people to come and express
themselves, acting, singing,
or doing their best at other
things," he added.
SOnce the project is put to-
gether. Russell will conduct
auditions for directors, writ-
ers. music composers. actors.
and singers. The first show
will be in memory of the
original actors of the Span-
ish Trail Playvhouse."We are
proud to see one of our own
trying to make a difference
in our community". said
Kim Wilson, president of
the Chipley Kiwani Club.


Volunteers make life safer .


For over 20 years a dedi-
cated team of volunteers
have been making life safer
for the residents of Sunny
Hills. These volunteers
make up the Sunny Hills
Patrol, Inc. The 26-member
patrol provides drive-by
security in four hour shifts,
usually between the hours
of 10 p.m. and 2 a.m., when
they say, "the most mischief
occurs".
According to Captain
Fred McEvoy, "the patrol
serves approximately 600
families in the Sunny Hills
Community and we feel that
the service has improved
the safety of the area". The
patrol receives support from
the Washington County
Sheriff's Office through
training and extra support
when needed and recently
had to enlist their help to
disperse a rowdy group
camping at Boat Lake.


Central Panhandle Re-
tired and Senior Volunteer
Program (RSVP) has been
a partner of the Sunny Hills
Patrol, Inc. for well over
10 years, providing recruit-
ment, tracking, recognition.
and free-liability insurance
coverage for the volunteer
members.
According to Julie Pre-
vatt, RSVP Director. "We
estimate that the' Sunny
Hills Patrol, Inc. has pro-
vided well over $19,350 in
free volunteer service over
the past year to the citizens
of Washington County".
Six additional volunteers
are needed for the unit. All
volunteers will receive
training and a uniform.
RSVP salutes the mem-
bers of the Sunny Hills
Patrol. Inc. for their dedica-
tion to making Washington
County a safer place to
live: Mark Klunk, presi-


dent; Fred McEvoy, captain:
Frank Konefal. sergeant;
Jonas Vysniuskas. sergeant:
Beverely Mason, treasurer:
Estelle Toback, recording
secretary; Virginia McEvoy,
corresponding secretary:
Vince Derencius: John and
Leslie Kingwall: Margaret
Eckerle; Jack Evans; Harry
Irish; Rhonda fles; Elize-
beth Konefal: Joe Martin;


Roger and Jane Norris:
Harry Schurbert: Joe Silvia:
Randall and Betty Weekley:
Edward Sweigart: Anthony
Szucko; Harry Toback: and
Sal. Zurica. Anyone living
in the Sunny Hills com-
munity that is interested in
volunteering with the Patrol.
please contact Jerry Havi-
land at 850-638-6217 for an
application.


2006 TAX ROLL OPEN FOR

COLLECTION NOVEMBER 1st
In accordance with Florida Statutes notice is hereby
given that the Property Appraiser delivered the 2006
Tax Roll'to the Tax Collector for collection of ad valor-
em taxes for the Washington County Board of County
Commissioners, the Washington County School Board;
Northwest Florida Water Management District, the
City of Chipley and the City of Vernon.
FLORIDA LAW PROVIDES THE
FOLLOWING DISCOUNT FOR EARLY
PAYMENT OF TAXES:
4% if paid in November
3% if paid in December
2% if paid in January
1% if paid in February
Net Amount in March '
Delinquent -April 1
Taxes may be paid at'the Tax Collector's office, Wash-
ington County Government Building, 1331 South Bou-
levard, Suite 101, Chipley; Florida. Monday through
Friday, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. or for r
your convenience you may use our Drop Box located at
the front of the building. ,
Taxes are assessed to the owner of record as of
December 31, 2005. If you have purchased property
this year, your statement will go to the former owner.
Duplicate statements are available at the Tax Collec-
tor's office.
If you own property and did not receive a tax bill or
for questions concerning your tax bill, please contact
our office at, 638-6275 or 638-6276.
Helen McEntyre, Tax Collector
Washington County. Florida






Haddock Family



Celebrating 37 Years


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FEATURING


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WSHINGiTOlJ COUINTy FLOR.-
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CA. SE HO 2006 CA-105
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FIRST UNIOiN lrTIOtNAL BAlNK
OF FLCORIDA HY-TEMt.P G A
NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
PURSUANIT TO THE JUDGMEfiT
OF FORECLOSURE EIITERED INt
THE ABOVE CAUSE. .tID THE
ORDER RESETTiiG iLEC DATE
WILL SELL THE PROPERTY
SITUATED IN WASHINGTON
COUI ITS. FLORIDA. DESCRIBED
AS-
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maintained right-of-way line-
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thence S.01 12;00"E., along said
right-of-way line, 30.00 feet to the
POINT OF BEGINNING.
AT PUBLIC SALE, TO THE HIGH-
EST AND BEST BIDDER, FOR
CASH, AT 11:00 AM ON Nov.
2 2006 AT COURTHOUSE
STEPS OF THE WASHING-
TON COUNTY COURTHOUSE,,
CHIPLEY, FLORIDA.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS
FROMTHE SALE IFANY, OTHER,
THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER
AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS
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 THE PROCEEDING, AT IF
HEARING: IMPAIRED, (TDD)
1-800-95568771, VOICE 1-800-
955-8770.THIS IS NOTA COURT
INFORMATION LINE.
DATED: 10/12/06.
CLERK OF THE COURT
By: K. McDanel


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITH Jackson Avenue. Chipley. Fionda on Any p-rn reuring a
WASHINGTOI COUIiTIYFLOR. THE TIMEPERIODSSETFORTH 32428 and whose street address special ccommoialin i r i
IDO IN SECTIOIJ.7S3 702 OF THE ,1 lO6daoGKronAvenu6,Crrpiey. emlrl omm03 o
-, -p B it. .iqNr -h ,"-, r,|.iLBPI'PROBAh, eenr" n ecauseni "i r
Cave Siusor 670 u-CRp i5 BE POREvER BA T IT lef I -1 ini.&isir8tti sh;.uid con.
Ir, R. Tna Ea IaleOa NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME Monica D. Banks..whosiesaddrema lac tInec.Ty al 1t50) 638-635,) 46
ELDEri RODGER BLAZER PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE. 1. 1 774 Salem Drive. Chipiay. nours pnor to the heanr.g.
Coce sied ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (21 Foand33?428andwrroseresidanl For further informnaio.n perta.n-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE aganilIorsericeolprocesEinihe Ir.g lo Ihe proposed ordinance,
Tr. a,.Tini.rulhr, I l he seile DECEDEHT'S C ATE OF DEATH Siale cI FlIcnda I Lirid Shields cor.iact Jim Morris. City Ad-
or ELDEIJ RODGER BLAZER IS BARRED ar.d wnrose .T.ailln.] adarlS eas is molrslor.
da:ei.:d.r onice j.lei of air. Tnea aic Oi first puolicalion of 5209Hffv ;" Cnrl-iy FL 3428 As published in ihe Waining-
wa FeDnaarr, 13. 2005. Ca:. Irainlolice I: Ociooer 25. 2006 Th.earnnear.ansalreaolTtheper- ion Courdy Newis November
u.Tr.car 6;,.06-CP-. 17,. -r.eno Alrroma) lor Inre Personal ReA- Lonal reiresrentatrve anrorr.e 1i.2006
IrnL li he C .rut Courr iorWasn. re.,niallI' are as :ei lorn bloiw.
Igli.rn County FIorida ProsIar KERRY ADKISON All person having claims or dae-
Di.olon. the addres or avicw n poI O'rfice Bv 669 manes a.auinsel isa eiare are re.
i Pui, On., os. 6J67. Crhipay Crlpiej. FL 3'!428 0669 quired. WiTmiN THREE MONTHS i THE FOURTEENTH JUDI
FL 3246.0647. Tfe names an,3 |6i0 638 2643 FROM THEDATE OF THE FIRST CIAL CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
adores er -or the aomricaiisr Fionra Bar No 0843253 PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE FOR WASHINGTON COUNTY.
personal represniali ve. and PersonalRepmrenialtva. iofilewTrwiheCiarkollheabove FLORIDA
the dormicmlary personal rep. DEBORAH H BARBEE court a wrrrien statement of any : PROBATE DIVISION
re.eiril.ve3' attorr., ar set 915iC NeasnnaHillsRoad claimror drr.anrheyrr may have FileNoE67-06-CP.16._
lorlhc.elow Criply,. Ficrda 32428 Eacn claim, musl be in writing IN RE: The Esiai:'Of
Ali creianori or Ins dacpe.ni and AA pcui.nr.ead in ihe Wasningiton ar.a mul inraicale In Dla Ss Ior ARLINE REBECCA PAYNE
oirar pr-ornS hainrg c raiTS or Cour.ni, lv 'ai2-:ioir 25 and iheclaimn.r, ername ana dress A'K-'a ARLINE R PAYNE, De-
da.Tiani aain .-tnoTe, dcai-.rdei icvarrbr 1 2006. of m inacradlior or hi. agrg.ni or i caaei.
estate o.. hr.om a copy ,*r Ihis Icrmn. and ina aTount clsiTmea NOTICE TO CREDITORS ISUM-
rouce nr-. een.Ar. sarea mu If ilnecliaim iv.noryaue.lheaale Y AMISTRATIO
ill res cla l. wltr, irlis court IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF when it Will bct-Me auer snirl be TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL tialea I In iI cor. nl, AMORDEMADSAGAINST
iI1 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE CIRCUIT I'N AND FOR WASH. or uiquidala-d. rhe natiureoi ine 'CLAIMSORDEMANDISACAINST
-.F THE FiRST PUBLICATION ,iGTON COUNTY FLORIDA uncanailnry nail e ialated. if Ihe THE ABOVE ESTATE.
OF THI&S NOTICE OR THIRTY CASE 10O.. ;-06.CA-220 claim i secureaa. The securli/ You are herb nol.fied InRi on
iJOu DAYS AFTER THE TIf.IE OF JAMES 1.1 CUTTS. ani wife shall be aeicnbad Trea claimants Oraer otSumn.anrAdOminizTraiion
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS LIuNDA S CUTTiS, tr all dalver surficlent copies ol will be or has ,beer, entered in
NOTICE ON Tt-IEM Pia.tir-., hae claim o ins Clers to enaoe the evlate of ARLINE REBECCA
Aior.,er crea, orsolin decdaeroi ,' r IneClerk to mailoore.colooacrn PAYNE, a. k/aARLIfIE R PAYNE.
a.-.a p .riS.n. having claim or JOYCE E GREEN. daceeasa, Deron.il repre;en.ianle deceased. File iJumbar 67(&-
oem.3n.3is .Iainstireeltaeiorrie her, .jriing spouse. MIKE AL.LCLAi.ISORDEf.IArID5NOT CP-162 by ihe Circull Court
oceaer.ti mui liie ihneir *:iain GREEN har lneal ascen-:.-is SO FILEO WILL BE FOREVER or Washingion Cou.ry. Fionrda.
mwn Irns ..cour WITHIN THREE KELLY PEIEA GREEN, JULIE BARRED Probate Division. Iha aadreas ol
MONTHS FTER THE ODDTE OF DARLEIE BLEDSOE nr.dJOHil T- Daaia o 1he lrl puOcalon wrich is c' Mrs L.nda Hayes
THE FiRiiT FPuBLiCATiOl OF RANDOLPH BLEDSOE. arnd i .the lJo c A0,rna Cook. ClelrK ol in Couri. P.O
THIS IjOTiCE ar.1 rn-rs-d sirs deunees. is. October25=d2006.
ALL CI4ARISNOTFILEDW TirTH ai r uvnnai,,a ners. de s .1oniciaD Banks BraS 647. Cn.pley Flonda32428-
THE TI.1 PERIODSSET FORT gra-iee -a aees enor Parsonail Rpranmas i of me 0i.J; ha The a rderl's dale
IIr SECTION 733 70' OF THE crediaoro Iruse 3or other Esai 01 dealnas May. 0 2006. hral
FLORIDa PROBATE CODE WILL D r'onr" claiming yphroughr Oi Slepranie Monicla Davli, the itoal value ol he e tat>e -I
FLO FRBTE Iunder or aainel ta or any Dceec iLOand ihai ihe namais and
BE FORETETIB,JRR DTHEa RnIt S irid ALL aNdKtdOWNaD 0cSeased 1 tocaDi. i.,nd value inaesiere d
BE F RTWIT R BDI E TH TE h a. L T THEODORE R. BOWERS. ESO address orl nose 10 whom It
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE. PEr Nr.o n spouS. hneirs. Allorney lor Pearrnal Repre- Aill be or has baen a .agriedl by
ANt CLAIM FILED TWO 12 Ir unr or al .e such order a
YEAR OR MORE AFTER THE deva ees, granlees, ag- P.O. Bx 811 Son, LINWOOD E. ROBERTS.
DECEDETWiS DFTE OF DEATH cay iir,5 credit, truse,. 21: Harrison Avernue 2 (ZIP SR 1619 Butlarnul Lane. Se-
IS BARRED Or o0cr persons, cOliming t r34d011i
Try:dare c:,lnfiraipuii.:alionc., inrough under or againer the Panama City FL 32402.08,11 irerville. Tit 37876, Daughier,
1unlirown pnflaUsv Treoone 801 85 4' SHARLEEN SVLViA CARROLL
iril. noce I 0tol3er25. 20 .r an -n. TleBpnor a. L8507.024i PO. Bo 553. Old Town. FL
KEARI',' ADKISO PA ein aanl Fla Bt NO 000790
Ari.r:,., lor cer ol: iarv Per.orl AIMENDED OTICE OF JuDI. iA us, ed In Is Washi, .gto,', 36. ,
ntprrer, lalii. C .AL SALE Courin NewLs Oclober 25 and ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
PRo nicr B:, 6 PUR'UANT TO 4845031 FLA lovembar I 2006 ARE NOTIFIED THAT
Cripi,,. Florris.:I,3.-''8066 STAT 0i't(6 All cledliors of irse Daderia
ACi, 6'8.',-EJa ILEAnE TAKE NOTICE irrai O.... ,.. and personri having claims or
rIn,:a IB "ar. '4,3 pjrJari i inar FiraiJudgnar-ir. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING dernands against InT esaaieE o
HARRI' BLA.ER Oi ForCiclSuredadOciobr 6I Tnae City 01 vernon nTie caclared Inc Decedeni olher ltan inmc-se
Domicilary Personal Repre- 2006 ir.Ca No B6..06-CA-220 property al 3513 R,l-.haAvanue. to, whom provision Ic.r full pay.
sentative .:." ina C.rcul Coun ol Washintg. Vamor, FL a SURPLUS Lana merI was made in ihe O E of
*5-4 Kr.ng nr, r D.n Io.n C.:.untry rtlorila nIral. Linda ownersrav inglar Iar:ontguous Io Surmary Adminrirasllon must
V,..ria Bacn VA ;.i3464 H Cook v Clerks i Inca Circul inispr1prtyifinrviieOioaPubil 1,ia terir claims wtlh Ihis Court
S1HILEY FROEI.l.ilIG Coun. A.ii,, on rti s 21 d Oi Heanng to :beconductd, Wli"THIN THE TItIE PERIODS
fomiiar, Per,onal RFrp. NoJor.em r 2006,at 11 0Oa ,T, 1 .lonoa,. Novemnoer, i s 2006 at
;enrsll.e *h Iihonrnh dcc.roflihWahng, 7:00p m ,iCEry Hal :6.lir, SEFOR T'IHINSEC-1fO47337
617- A,?Iri,.:lhelir Pak C.,cla ion Counri Counnouse. mlu to Slreat. Verrno., FL OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE
I-a.anns VA '22310 ih nighral ciaOer. tor ca-:nh. Ihe Ali inrleresled ,ariri sre in ,isoa CODE
As published in irhe Wainingion rOliOwing reoal property, local.ea in to anend tnis hcanng to provide ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS
Count, tis- Ocloc, r -5 andnp Ws3nnrirglonrCounr,' Flonoa" inpuloremaken.auirierregaraing riOT SO FILED WILL BE FOR.
rlor..r r 1 006 "' Loli6arno9 BIOCKD ir.I ERRY ih- lipoiri.' ofi r.:r. property. EVER BARRED
ACRES SUBDIVISION in SSc. P-r,ons. 1hio in lo app-eal arn NOTWITHSTANDIrNG AtIY OTH


ill THE CIRCUIT CC-URT FOR
WVi-.HINT-TOC COLI.iTY FLOOR.
IDiA
PROBATE DIVISION
Case No. 67-06-CP-149
In Re: Estate of
PHILLIP NOLAN BARBEE,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
"The administration of the estate
of PHILLIP NOLAN BARBEE,
deceased, whose date of death
was September 1, 2006 and
whose soclEi ;ecuiiiy numb6r
Is 267-56-196 i; pending ir.
the Circuit Court lu II Wa'r,.g-
ton County, FioriJia, ProDialn
Division, the address of which
Is.Post Office Box 647, Chipley,
Florida 32428-0647. The names
and addresses of the personal
representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set
forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other person having claims or
demands against the decedent's
estate on whom a copy of this
notice is required to be served
must file their claims withth is
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 creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having


lic.n34 T'c.r.sricp c. cn Range
13 West according ti PI1i o,',
rie Ir. Ihe oTi-cr ou the Clark
of CirculI Court. Wasninglc.n
Cour.r Flonosd, and rcor'-d on
Fecruir, 26 1973 inrPlas B-:.:.Ks
3, Page 84
rn, 1ar., orn er man t6 rn or-.-p.
err/ crncr a:, l ine dale Gr ine
ii per. dcn ,:l niTI,'r3 an hir. rpsi
,r.n rn urplua nromn hi3 la le. I1
' ar Tuil hli: a Claim a llrr. CO :
days after the sale. -
D-TED hi. 20 day of October,
LINIDA H COOK
C -rk oi Circj1 Cc-urt
B) K I.iDanil
As Deputy Clerk
As published in the Washington
County. News October 25, and
November 1, 2006,

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE Di VISION
CASE NO 6.701-.CP-145
Hi RE ESTATE OF
STEPH ilE lMONiC- DVIS, <
Deceased. .
, NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO ALL PERSONS HAV-
ING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that the administration of the es-
tate of Stephanie Monlcia Davis,


ac,:;,cIr iTi d tf me aD-e CiP,
council Ithrepe.lo 10 ay rraner
con:doard a iatri3 s meeting Allr
neea 3 record oi the proc earing-..
and lor ;uch crurpo-e ma neead
1t ensure final 3 aur'oaitm recc- ,
or Ihe proceeding-, Is maOe
i-.:n le rcord incluoae Ire leall-
onTiOi anr elOrilnce upon rhicr,
the appeal Is based.
Sharon H. Cobb,
City Clerk .
CITYOF VERNON ,
As published In the Washing-
ton County News November
1,.2006.

CITY OF CHIPLEY
NOTICE OF PuBLIC HEARING
AMENDMENT TO CITY CODE
Thre Cniplev City Council ill
onrduCI a PUBLIC HEARING
regarding sooplionr l ofin io,.-
Sloing ordinance on TuaCday.
SNoer,T,over 2I. 2006.al 00 p Fi
at the City Hall Council chambers,
1442 Jackson Avenue, Chipley,
Florida. ,
ORDINANCE NO 671
AN ORD AIiNCE OF THE CITY
OF CHIPLEY, FLORIDAAMEND-
ING CHAPTER 16, ENTITLED
STREETS, SIDEWALKS AND
OTHER PUBLIC PLACES"; AND
DECLARING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.'
Adoption of this ordinance will
clarify wording and definitions


ER APPLICABLE TFI.E PERIOD.
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO 12)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED
The date of the first publica-
tion of this Notice Is November
1,2006.
Attorney for Person Giving No-
tice:
WAYNE G. BRAXTON (FL BAR
i '79121|
1067 M3ain Streel PO Box 564
Cnipaey. Flor.da 32428-0564
650-638- -268 Ofhice -850.638-
7263/Fax
Person Giving Notice:
WAYNE G. BRAXTON
1067 Main Street, P.O. Box 564
Chipley, Florida 32428-0564
As'published, In ime Washingtor
County News November 1, 8.
2006.

Tharp & Sons Mini Storage w.r
Chipley, FL. will hold either a
private or public sale on these
units for Non-payment of rent. in
accordance with the FL Statue
Law 83. Tenants will have un-
til 11/18/06 to pay in full. No
checks
1. Natasha Glenn
Lynn Haven, FL.
2. Laveda Tacker


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3 Bran Honeycun
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4 Jacqqu.ne Funaderburk
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5 Jeremian Buller
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6 Boyi YcV-si -
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i: puDl.rad in Ithe Washirngonr
Country ries Novembenr 1. 8.
-006

,irI,:.of Road Cil:ing
PUBLIC NOTICE i s riraey gfven
c-l in adoption of a resolution by
In- Wasr.inglon County Board
oi County Commniioncis on
Ocroner 26. 2006 to close ana
Cacaidi Irial certain public county
road descnc-ed as follow'
Beginn.ng. al ,rler-ct.don ol
Srn.or Lane iormrerly Known as
old Vernon-Ch.play Rdad and
Sit i Road 277 in SW 1i4 ol
SWV 14 or Sectorn 13. Town:nitp
4 Njorin, Range 14 West. arnd
run r.n Souihweaierly ofiection
appro. maIely 185 eae lreel tr,
iri Souinwesl cirro.-ir ol Parcel
Number 3679-0000. Trha pooi-r.
oI Ina rosd inai ,s. w.-irn Parcel
lJumcrs 3675.i0000, 3879-
0000.3876-0000, and 3676-0001
of Sechion 13, Town*r.hp 4 Noran,
Range 14 Waes Deads ol r-cord
ol ownership is recorded rin ORB
217, Page 212. ORB 91, Page
530 and ORB 95, Page 407, ORB
381. Page 359. and ORB 269,
Page 1299
The public haarinr -on ine road
closing was held or.n Ocober 26,
2006 ati ihe Wavhington County
Board or County Cornrr.,nision-
ers meaning room si 1331 Soulh
Boulevard. Chipley Fionda
L.ndiaH. Cook. ClarK
Waehing:ton Countr-
Board ol Counry Commess-onr-
ars
By Oanne Canre
Deputy Clerk
As puolisneid in Ire Waining-
ion Counly tlew. November
1.,2006


Il THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR WASHINGTON COUNTY
CASE NO 06-346
JAMES GOLLEHON. and MARY
PORTER GOLLE HON, ns wife
Plairrlits.
VS
LARRI YATES. CLINTOh YATES.
CHARLES RANDALL BIELINSKI
and JULIE BIELINSKI. his Awle.
Deiendanta.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO CHARLES RANDALL BIE-
LINSKI
La Known A.3dres.i- 365 In.ron
Hi.. R3ad
Bon.lay. Fi.:,nda
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that ar. aciior.n na Daren ieda
agair.-its ru and ,.:u are required
o10 serve a copy oi yO.ur wtler,
delense:-. .1 arr, I ROY LAKE
PlaI..nll Atnorrie) whos ad-
drei la i 02 Ntorin Waukesna
Siraei. Borniay. FIonra 31425.
orh or c-elc-r Nov 30. )006. and
rie ine onginal awir the Clemr of
ihi Ccourr PO Boov647.Cnipiey.
Flor.aa 32428 either celre
service on Pla.ni.hz' Artorney
cr immealaiely iner-ean r It Vcou
lai IcO ao0 so a del3ull MTay De
ernered against oiu ir thei mrnal
demanded in rhe Compilarni
Copior oi all cour dc-:umer.-n
.n ihis case. incluaii.g orders.
are avalal1le at Ihe Clerk or ir.e
Circui Court's office our may
reie w, intse dO'cumerlis upon
reque1T
iou music eeep Ie Ceier ol ihe
Circui Courni of ice noliueo of
your curre-nl adcreva Future pa-
p'rs in ir.? lawIu.1 iwil be mr.ailred
o0 he address on record 31 ine
Clerk's c if.ce
WITNESS my n aa ana seat of
this court on 10/23/, 2006.
LINDA COOK, CLERK
K.McDanlel
DEPUTY CLERK
As published in the Washington
County News November 1, 8,
15,22,2006..


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


LET'S KEEP LYNN

IT MAKES GOOD SENSE


*Lynn reminds us that it is only a few days until the people will elect or
re-elect a person to serve on the five-member County Commission for
Washington County. This job is too important to take lightly. The candidate
selected should be the most qualified, most congenial, most experienced, and
the candidate that will work hard, listen to the people and best represent the
county in a dignified manner. Now is the time for Washington County citizens
to make their decision.

*Lynn humbly expresses his gratitude to the Washington County District 2
voters for placing their confidence in him for the past eight years. He was
elected by District 2 voters when Washington County was single member
districts.

*AEven though he was elected by only one district, Lynn has served as a
Commissioner for all of Washington County during the passed eight years
and now has the opportunity ask all the voters for their vote.

*Lynn asks that all citizens be informed voters. Look at his record. It's easy to
criticize and give political rhetoric if you've not done anything. Compare the
candidates. Ask the people of the community, ask the people who worked at
DOT, ask the county employees, ask people with whom they do business, ask
the law enforcement, ask the fire departments, ask the city governments, ask
the school officials, ask neighbors and friends who know them. Ask District 2
voters why they said "yes" to Lynn twice and "no" to his opponent twice.

*Lynn regrets that it has been impossible to knock on every door and to see
every voter in the county during the campaign. He does not take anyone's vote
for granted. If you would like to talk with him call 260-2111. He will not ask
for your money, just your vote.

*In several races in Washington, Bay, and Holmes Counties during the last
few years, candidates were elected by only a handful of votes. He encourages
you to vote early, absentee or on November 7th at the polls. Remember, take
your identification and vote for Lynn Cope. Turn out is going to be crucial in
Washington County for this General Election.


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Three Vernon children on the way to Chicago


Three of the children of
the late KaWanda Stewart
profiled in the January
18 Washington County
News are on their way
to Chicago to the Montel
Wiliams show. LaWanda
Stewart Peterson, Ta'Laci
Works, and Giovoinni
'Geo" Works left first
thing Wednesday morn-
ing. Friends and neighbors
were getting proper cloth-
ing together for the three
children.
The children are LaWa-
nda Stewart Peterson, John
Works, Ja'Kevia Works,
Ta'Laci Works, Thomas
Peterson, Giovoinni Works
and Samuel Martin III.
KaWanda Stewart died
from breast cancer just
four days before Christ-
mas. After the death of
their mother, the children
faced the dilemma of pay-
ing for the funeral, Christ-
mas with no presents, and
the challenge of keeping
the household going.
LaWarda. at the time
a senior at Vernon High
School vice president
of the senior class, stu-
dent council president,
and honor student said,
'Everyone helped us so


much. Churches brought
groceries. A lot of people
brought cooked meals for
days after Momma died.
They visited us and prayed
for us. That's what got us
through."
Christmas presents were
brought in. A co-worker of
Stel %art had the children
make a Christmas list.
Members of his church
bought every item the chil-
dren listed. Presents kept
coming until they were
piled half the height of the
Christmas tree. Ja'Kevia,
an honor student at Vernon
Middle School, said, "I am
very thankful for the help
everyone has given us. It
really means a lot to us."
In the midst of Christ-
mas festivities, phone calls
were made by concerned
family, friends, and mem-
bers of the conununity. In a
matter of days, money as
collected to pay for Ka! a-
nda Stewart's funeral.
LaWanda said shortly af-
ter her mother died that all
she wanted for Christmas
was for her mother to have
a nice funeral. KaWanda
was buried four days after
Christmas surrounded by
the love of seven children


Kristi Campbell, the cousin who moved in to help
take care of the children, holds little Samuel.


and family and friends.
The children also re-
ceived support from the
schools they attend. Teach-
ers from both Vernon Mid-
dle School and high school
phoned to give the children
emotional support.
An account has been
established at Wachovia
Bank in Chipley for the
. children in the name of La-
Wanda Stewart Peterson.
Anyone wishing to help the
children can make a dona-
tion at Wachovia Bank ac-
count No. 1010128696178.
For information, call 850-
260-9093.


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The children of the late Kawanda Stewart are holding their home together with
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Penni and David Buzier celebrate their 25th wedding
anniversary with their children, Laura and David
Aaron Buzier.

Buzier 25th anniversary
David and Penni Buzier celebrated their 25th wedding
anniversary Oct. 1. They were high school sweethearts
and were married Oct. 1, 1981,.
Penni is the daughter of Dora and Eddie Curi-tis. David
is the son of Betty and Cubie Hicks. They make their
home in Panama City where he works at Berg Pipe. and
she is a teacher and director of a day care center,
They have two children. Daughter, Laura, is an A
student at Bay Haven Charter Academy, and son, David
Aaron, will soon graduate from college as a surgical tech-
nologist.
"We have many relatives and friends in the Washing-
ton County area," they write. "We have spent many days
there and love everyone."


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


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and the Holmes County
Public Library, is available
for students who wish to
improve their reading and
writing skills.
Students are also invited
to register for an on-line
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scheduled for Tuesday Nov.
14, at Simbo's Restaurant
in Bonifay at 11 a.m.
All alumni, former stu-
dents, faculty and staff are
invited to attend.


Military News
Charlotte Barone gradu-
ated from Parris Island
Marine Corps basic train-
ing on October 20.
She will start Marine
Combat Training October
30, at Camp Lejuene, NC
for 28 days, Barone will
then go to, MOS school
(Military Police and Cor-
rections) at Fort Leonard
Wood, Missouri.
Charlotte's father is
Frank Barone who also
graduated from Parris
Island in 1959. She has a
brother, Joey, who is a se-
nior at Ponce de Leon High
School.

Army National Guard
Spec. Stafford L. Still
has been decorated with
the Army Commendation
Medal for participating in
Operation Iraqi Freedom.
4The medal is awarded
to individuals who, while
serving in any capacity
with the Army, have distin-
guished themselves by acts
of heroism, meritorious
achievement or meritori-
ous service.
Still is a gunner and pal-
letized load system driver
normally assigned to the
1st Battalion, 117th Field
Artillery, Luveme, Ala.
- Stillgraduated in 1983
frorir Bethlhefi High
School in Holmes Counts
and is the son of Stafford
Lee Still Sr. of Ocala, and
Brenda Gail Jones of West-
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the daughter of Larry and
Rose Farley of W.Va.'
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Nov. 1. -at 6:30 p.m. at
the Holmes County High
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Holley-Painter engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gerald Holley are pleased to an-
nounce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their
daughter, Audrey Melissa, to Thomas Preston Painter
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Neal Miller and Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Preston Painter Sr., all of Pace.
The bride-to-be is the granddaughter of Rex T. Yates,
and the late Audrey H. Yates, of Chipley, and the late Dr.
and Mrs. W.E. Holley of DeFuniak Springs.
Melissa is graduate of Chipley High School, Chipola
Junior College, the Univeristy of Florida, and the UF
College of Law. She is a partner with a law firm. in
Pensacola.
The prospective bridegroom graduated from West
Florida Baptist Academy and the University of West
Florida. He is vice president of lending and sales at a,
Pensacola credit union.
The wedding is planned for 2 p.m. Nov. 4 at First
Baptist Church in Chipley. A reception will follow at the
home of the bride's parents. All friends and family are
invited to attend.


Watts-Collins engagement
Gene and Geriann Watts of Chipley are pleased to an-
nounce the engagement of their daughter, Stacy Leigh, to
Garrett Kevin Collins, son of Lloyd and Kath) Collins
of Chipley.
Stacy is the granddaughter of Jerry U. and Donna
Friend of Albany,,Ind., Kathryn Watts, and the late Rufus
H. Watts of Chipley.
She is a 2004 graduate of Chipley High School and is
a part-time student at Chipola College. She is employed
locally.
Kevin is the grandson of Martha Collins and the late
John Collins of Chipley, and Vernie Hundley and the late
Ida Belle Hundley of Enterprise, Ala.
He is a 1996 honors graduate of Chipley High School.
He attends Chipola College part-time and is employed
with the City of Chipley.
The ceremony will take place on February 3. 2007 at 4
p.m. at Courts of Praise Church in Chipley.
All family and friends are cordially invited to attend.


Pitts-Sanders wedding
Cindy Pitts of Bonifay announces the marriage of her
daughter Gabriel Maria Pitts to Chase Comer Sanders.
son of Vick and Riidene Sanders of Bonifay. The couple
exchanged \ o\ s on Saturday, October 14, at Bethlehem
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4B, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, Novemoer 1, 2006


Bethlehem Elementary
School announces its first
nine weeks honor rolls for
the 2006/07 school year.
All "A" Honor Roll
First Grade: Allyson
Dady, Kobe Hendrix, Adri-
anna McQuaid, Jaycelyn
Merchant, James Paul,'
Grady Peacock, Cassie
Pearson, Courtney Reese
and Abagail Wartford. Sec-
ond Grade: Nadia Angell,
Haston Deal, Hunter Gaut-
ney, Courtney Henderson,
Adryan Hendrix, Mikaela
Johns, Barbara Jones,
Katelynn McQuaid, Hunt-
er Moran, Jessica Sellers,
Madison Sketoe, Nicholas
Stewart, Mallory Vann
and William White. Third
Grade: Jessie Blevins,
Brooke Clark, Lauren
Drake, Kelsey Enfinger,.
Karlee French, Jonah
Gambrell, Taylor Joiner,
Amber Lee, Bobby Myers.
Harlie Peters, Dakota Pot-
ter, Jon Randolph, Jacob
Sellers, Macey Thomas,
Cassidy Tranunell and
Joshua Trammell. Fourth
Grade: Matthew Carnley,
Erin Dady, Kazzie Ellen-
burg, Trace Head, 'Elijah
Hendrix, Chylin Hunter.
Sabrina Justice, Chelsea
Morris, Chase Rogers,
Kelsey Stewart and Alex
Williams. Fifth Grade:
Morgan Albury, Jonathan
Carroll, Madison Collins,
Morgan Gilmore, Ray-
mond Hatcher. Benjamin
Ha\\horne. Rebecca Jones,
Patricia Lew is, Hunter Pea-
cock and Kelsie Stoyak.
"A & B" Honor Roll
First Grade: ,William
Coatney, Leoni Eldridge,
Jeremiah: French, Colton
Gillespie, Jessica Hatcher.
Billy Huddleston. Charles
Johnson, Coy Lee, Bethany
Miller, Christopher Mills,'
Holly Morris, Kassidy
Raley. Jordan Roberts, and
Will'iim Smith. Second
,.Grade: Heaven -Dawson.
Shania Duffell. Savge
Evans,' Lucas Forthman.
Logan Hurst, Klint NIcKay.
Tanner Mims, Austin Popp.
Victoria Ro\ als and Sa-
vannah Stephens. Third
Grade: Jacob Burnham,
Nicolas Daw\son, Shelby
Gunther, Johnathan
Kirkland, Chloie Loepp,
Chelsea McAdams, Kayla
McCarty, Tanis Meadows,
Jacob Miller, Remington
Moran, Rodney Pope,
Ethan Spears, Jacob Vick-
ers, Jason Vickers and
Carlie Walker. Fourth
Grade: Daniel Carnle.
Daniel Evans, Quinton
Jones, Joshua Jordan,
Daniel Mayo, Johanna Mc-
Quaid, Kolby Miller, Brett
Mitchell, Melanna Nielsen
andAndrew Williams.'
5L Grade Stevie Best,
Rebecca Cannon, Stacy
Collins, Kevin Dadv, 'Sa-
vannah Davis, Tayloran,
Hobbs, Brittany Jackson,
Brianna Jordan, Perry Lee,
Shala Miller, Justin Out-


law, Donnie Smith, Aleyah
Spears, James Tate and
Miranda Whitaker.
Bethlehem Middle
School honor rolls for
the first nine weeks of the
2006/07 school year.
All "A" Honor Roll
Sixth Grade: Adam
Faulkner, Alexander Mein-
tel,. Hanna Mollet, Summer
Potter, Casey Richards arid
Jessica Trammell. Seventh
Grade: Kaylin Griffin,
Andrew Hauser, Indian
Leavins and Tyler Walker.
Eighth Grade: Whitley
Albury, Keltcee Berry,
William Hatcher, Kacy
Huddleston, Kaitlyn Pope,
Alexandria Potter, Brittany
Riley, Sabrina robinson,
Caleb Whitaker and Whit-
ney Yarbrough.
"A & B" Honor Roll
Sixth Grade: Harley
Gery, Stormy Hall, Melisa
Huddleston, Austin Jordan,
Savannah Miller, Alyssa
Mobley and Tara Rogers.
Seventh Grade: Clarisa
Admas, LeeAnna Barney,
Joshua Forthman, Alex:
Hartison, Savannah Lee,
Justin Sconiers,' Stetson
Taylor and Hayley Witi.
Eighth Grade: Amber
Champion. Jada Herring,
Kevin Hollobaugh, Colby
Mathews, Keith Wells and
Aaron White.
Bethlehem High
School announces its first
nine weeks honor rolls for
the 2006 07 school year.
All "A" Honor Roll
Ninth Grade:_Ethan
Thomas. Tenth Grade:
Cassadi Churchwell, Jes-
sica Griffin. and Dana
Smith. Eleventh Grade:
None. Twelfth. Grade:
Nathan Hauser, Chelsey
Kill ngsworth and Court-
neyKillingsworth.
"A & B" Honor Roll
Ninth Grade: Cody
Care,. Emily Griffin, Ja-
mie Hughes. Tori Jamnes
and Nlanah Winslow.
Tenth Grade: Megan
Dadv, Cameron ,Gannon,
Megan l.\cDonald .and
Richard Stevens. Elev-
enth Grade: Jonathon
Bozeman. Kaylen Hatcher,
Joshua Herndon, Bobby
Hobbs, Contessa Lewis,
Eric Mclean, Ryan Mims,
Chelsey Parker, Ashley
Pitts and Jake Williams.
Twelfth Grade: Danny
McDuffie, Aaron Moore,
Michael Perkins and Josh-
ua Sellers.

Bonifay Elementary
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and A/B honor rolls for
the first nine weeks of the
2006107 school year.
First Grade:
All As; Brooke Birge,
Jacob Caroll, Micala
Fisanick, Kevin Gardner,
William Gould, Ashley
Hartzell, Gus Hartzog,
Laura Hartzog, Shawn
Hull, Teleah Jackson,
Deanna Kevilly, Kodie
King. Tyler Losee, Zach-


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ney Revels, Samuel Shirah. Johnny Palmer, Erica Price, Haller, Heather Locke, Pa- Tabitha Holloway, Jor
Halie -Steverson, Kaitl n Taylor Rundle, Shane Sell- tricia Moss, Jessica Odom, don Ingle, Haylee Mann.
Turknett, Darian Aronhalt, ers, Melea Smith, Brent Charles Rose, Brooklynn Cody Moore, Jacob Moore,
Savannah Burgess, Davis Bowen, Barry Broglin II, Stephens, Zachery Wil- Zuheily Taveras, Samantha
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Katelyn Mims, Kendall Joshua Storey, Kilton Cox, Quade Gilmore, Mi- Bathina Cushings, Megan
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Hartzog, Harvey Holman, Tristen Cooper, Jeremiah cas Grinde, Charles Gunter Toni Williams. Kyla Bai.
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Wednesday, November 1, 2006, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 5B
: eT 10


Vernon Elementary
School announces its
honor roll for the first
nine weeks of the 2006/07
school year.
A Honor Roll:
Second Grade; Mar-
quez Brown, Dylon Dal-
ton, Jamie Spence, Kyle
Beeman, Tyreise Leblanc,
Jazmyne McGee, Andrew
Smith, Bryce Sasser, Jes-
sica Thames, Hanna Col-
lier, Madisen Hawes, Clay-
ton Lewis, Vivek Patel,
Brendan Sanders, Lauren
Walker, Kolter Kolmetz,
Tyler Dove, Cheyenne
Hurst, Amber .White,
Ethan Register,z Austin
Hallmark, Jonathan Drake,
Justin Allen,. Jade Curtis,
ShiQuan Green. Kierra
Guster, Courtney Hendrix.
Jessica Joyce, Braiden
Menhennett, Aaron Phil-.
lips, Hannah Sellers, Erica
Wood, Katia Roche, Kait-
lyn Kometz, Zachary Kort-
ering, Nathan Pope.
Third Grade; Williamn
Bradley, Alyssa Curlee,
Hannah Jenkins Jayde
Coatney, John English,
Cameron. Goff, Jessica
Smelcer, Matthew Spittler,
Jade Anderson-Coatney,
Sierra Downs, Aislyn
Justice. Fourth Grade;
Julie Sheehan, Hope Tay-
lor, Tony Dodd, Cody
Humphries, Sy Seely, Kay-
la Rudd, Houston Dalton.
A/B Honor Roll:
Second Grade; Chris-
tian Coon, Jacques Dan-


iels, Patrick Poppell, Kat-
lyn Riley, Dakota Skipper,
Cody Bell, Yasmine Reed,
Allie Bright, Erica Cureton-
Hunter, Malik McDonald,
Taylor Leavins, Mathew
Dorado, David Hauck,
Christa Lee, Myah Rosa,
Jeremy Thomason,
Faithful Williams, Christi-
na Bell, Lavada Hammock,
Madison Mike. Nicholas
Harris, Hunter Hallman,
Joseph Curtis, James
Goodman, Jamik Hogans,
Shiane Joyner, Justyn Oge,
Julie Ziolko0\\ski, Will
Street, Jessica Lee, Gavin
Munson.
Third Grade; Caitlin
Hogue, Nathanael Pitts,
Cassidy Smith, Colby
Thompson, Lisa Waldron,
Hunter Brock, Kolby
Bear, Amber Gray, Ane-
Sha Jackson, Lilkieah
Massiline, Christopher
Thornton, Hunter Weeks,
Lauren Wood, Desiree
Worley, Wayne Wright,
Crystal Kolmetz, Trevor
Kuczenski, Breanna Pate,
Kent Reynolds, Ruben
Salinas, Natalie Sanders,
Kristin Lucas, Brighton
Basinger, Victoria Chirch,
Avery Moon, Basel Davis,
McKenzie Faison, Shelby
Daniel, Ashley Gerard,
Kaytlin Hall, Ryan Malloy,
Iva Rogers, Heath Webb.
Fourth Grade; Randall
Richard, Rainey Basinger,
Liz Barnes, Joseph Alex-
ander, Kyree Long, Kelly
Barnes, Samantha Brown,


Isaiah Curry; Avanti Davis,
Jordan Forehand, Chandler
Harris, Dylan Pettis, Kol-
bey Stephens, Scessalie
Austin, Cheyenne Downs,
Caitlin Fogarty, Leana
Andrews, Ty'Ren Brunson,
Jordan Cook, Cain Frie-
deck, Genny Kunkel,
Shana Sloan, Taylor Stone,
Dakota Willis, Jordan
Basarab, Sarah Boullard,
Candace Walker, Nicole
Middlemass.

Vernon Middle School
announces its honor roll
for the first nine weeks of
the 2006/07 school year.
A Honor Roll
Fifth Grade: Trey
Gillespie, Courtney Pop-
pell, Mara Register. Sixth
Grade: Alana Hearn,
Lonnie Marlow, Autumn


Shamburger. Seventh
Grade: Robert Baldry,
Autumn Basinger, Alex
Shatas. Eighth Grade:
Victoria Tanaka.
A-B Honor Roll
Fifth Grade: Anthony
Allen, Joseph Bankston,
Corrissa Bouton, Lauren
Carlton, Jaclyn Coat-
ney, Angelica Compton,
Gabrielle Cooper, Ange-
leigh Donaldson, Dalton
Gibson, Taylor Gillespie,
Jamequillan Goodman,
Alex Goynes, Courtney
Green, Sean Green, Jen-'
nifer Haddock, Furiouse
Harmon, Selena Holley,
Tiffany Jackson, Scott
Jasso, Stephen Kauffman,
James Leverette, Brandon
Mallov, Brittany Malloy,
Morgan McKenzie, Kyle
Middlemass, Travis Mor-


ris, Tyvares Murray, Kayla
Paxton, Tyrell Peterson,
Alexandra Poulos, James
Preston, Warren Redd, An-
twan Siples, Shiann Skin-
ner, Tyler Storandt, Akilah
Troublefield, Michaela
Weeks, Devynne Wheeler,
Shania Whitehead, Jor-
don Worthington, Taylor
Young.
Sixth Grade: Dean
Bollinger, Destiny Brady,
Bailey Burch, Destiny
Clayton, Brittney Drum-
mond, Stephanie Gipson,
Cierra' Hammack, Ansley
Holland, Raymond Palmer,
Robert Patton, Carolyn
Poppell. Joseph Schmitt,
Austin Selden, Kayla
Smith, Kassidy Walsing-
ham, Kristen Wanamaker.
Seventh Grade: Ma-
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M.C. Carnle) and Annie Holland Reunio' 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 outrageous tales of golden, olden
yesteryears to share.
Please bring all the lawn chairs you have. For more
information, call 850-547-3840.

Campbellton school reunion
Campbell High School reunion for everyone that was
ever associated with the school % ill be held at the First
Baptist Church of Campbellton. Saturday, No\. 4. Reg-
istration %\ill begin at 9 a.m., the program will start at
10 a.m. For more information contact Doyle Reeves at
(850)352-4902 or einail: reeves@wfeca.net.

Florida Caverns Fall Festival
, Florida Cavems State Park \ ill host a Fall Festival on
November 3 and 4, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day at the
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6B, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, November 1, 2006

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Bonifay Middle School
announces its honor rolls
for the first nine weeks of
the 2006/07 school year.
All "A" Honor Roll
Grade Five: Makayla
Clemmons, Linibel Con-
cepcion, Izabella Montero,
Mollie Niemi, Brittany
Pippin and Courtney Sy-
frett. Grade Six: Trevor
Bush, Emily Champion,
Shelby Clark, Zachary
Cooley, Courtney English,
Tyler Ford, Grant Harris,.
William Janas, Mikayla
Moore, Tiara Owens, Je-
zlein Powell, Denisse
Robledo, Lydia Sheesley,
Lindsey Sutton, Stepha-
nie Warnock and Samuel
Wells.
Grade Seven: Nicholas
Bell, Hadley Brown, Ko-
leton Forehand, Kristen
McKay, William Moore,
William Parmer, Danielle
Payne, Jonathan Pendoley,
Courtney Reeves and
Kolton Sellers.


Grade Eight: Cameron
Bailey, Jessica Bean, Katie
Bell, Jenna Belser, Jessica,
Brooks, Jamie Byas, Tif-
fany Elmore, Katie Geiger,
Joseph Landaverde, Carley
Long, Mika Moore, Ryan
Pickwick; Hannah Pippin,
Savannah Swindle and
Chelsea Walter.

"A & B" Honor Roll
Grade Five: Andrea
Arnold, Dawlton Aronhalt,
Mary Barnes, Justin Bar-
ton, Skylar Bess, Brian
Brooks, Sara Coates, Brad-
ley Crabtree, Christian
Grimes, Erin Henderson,
Hannah Howell, Chelsea
Hysmith, Amos Kent,
Callie Knowell, Emily
Mulkey, Ally Owens, Kyle
Padgett, William Ritter,
Duard Rock Jr., Kolton
Russ, Samantha Segers,
Zachary Sellers, Holley
Stanaland, Chelsea Taylor,
Seth Taylor, Tiffany Taylor,
Katie White and Joshua
Wichowski.


Grade Six: Ethan
Akridge, Nicholas Alexan-
der, Austin Burk, Mason
Camley, Holly Come,
Kayla Curry, Jordan Dix-
on, Kristin Eaton, Raven
Esponge, Peyton Glover,
Carlton Hedman, Jenna
Hemanes, Zoie Hodge,
Jacob Ingle, Lauren John-
son, Natalie Jones, Ali-
sha Kersey, Saylor Lake,
Amber Launder, Kirkland
McKee, Savannah Meeks,
Christopher Newton,
Sally. Pendoley, Ashleigh
Pippins, Lindsey Pippins,
Hannah Powell, Kodi
Russ, Jordan Segers, Billy
Shirah, Sierra Smith, Todd
Sparaga, Logan Tyner,
Ashley Vallejos, Julie
Wells, Heather Williamson
and Jordan Worth.
Grade Seven: Saman-
tha Blakom, Haleigh Bush,
Marissa English, Sebas-
tian Fox, Tiara Johnson,
Skylar Lewis, Haleigh
Manuel, Lindsey Miller,
Dustin Moore, Sarah Pip-


pin, Christopher Rockwell,
Johnny Rose, Michael
Rumiano, Ethan Russ,
Bryant Sellers, Alana Shef-
field, William Thompson,
Marena Upton and Kelsey
Wilkerson.
Grade Eight: William
Arnold, Angel Birge, Kei-
arra Butler, Niesha Butler,
Kimberly Chambers, Ciera
Clemons, Ashlee Corbin,
Ryan Come, Grace Edmin-
son, Lacy Folds, Clinton
Forehand, Andrew Fox,
Dustyn Harris, Haley
Harris, Pasley Hayes, Cas-
sandra Hedman, Skyla
Jensen, Calan Kirkland,
Coty Long, Trevor Mar-
shall, Lisa Mixon, Aroosa
Mushtaq;
Chelsea Padgett, Hei-
sirys Ramirez, Wayde
Retherford, Rebecca Say-
ward, Travis Scorza, Jarrett
Segers, Savannah Sheesley,
Lydia Smith, Travis Ste-
verson, Paul Stone, Kayla
Welch, Brandon White and
Ethan Wilson.


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Initiative pays off
for PdL students
Several students at
Ponce de Leon Elemen-
tary were recognized for
showing initiative during
the month of September.
After they had time to learn
about and practice this very
important character trait,
each teacher was asked to.
choose one student who
best displayed initiative in
their class.
Students were chosen
on their ability to do what
was right before having to
be told.
This year, Ponce de
Leon teachers and staff
are making a special ef-
fort to develop important
character qualities in their
students.
Each month, the chil-
dren participate in charac-
ter.education lessons.
They not only learn the
definition of a specific
character trait, but also
learn about the practical
and lasting rewards associ-
ated with it.
The teachers congratu-
late the following students
who were chosen and rec-
ognized for showing initia-
tive: Seth Stafford, Bre-
anna Blane, Drew Blalock,
Zackery Stuart, Taylor
Brannon, Kelsey Youell,
Jonathan Thomas, Lacy
Stafford, Brason English,
Shelby Rushing, Josh
Guiffre, Kristan Campbell,
Katelynn Cooper.

MHS fall concert
November 4
Saturday, November 4,
at 7 p.m., the Marianna
High School Choral De-
partment will present their
Third Annual Fall Concert.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
The concert will feature
the Marianna High Show
Choirs, Choir, and Music
Theatre.


Displaying certificates they received for showing ini-
tiative in their class during the month of September
..are...front,.-from left, Breanna-BlaneDrew-.Blalock.
Zackery Stuart and Kelsey Youell; middle, same or-
der, Seth Stafford, Jonathan Thomas, Lacy Stafford,
Brason English and Taylor Brannon; back, Shelby
Rushing, Kristan Campbell, Katelynn Cooper and
Josh Guiffre.

Volunteer ombudsmen needed
The Panhandle Long-Term Care Ombudsman Coun-
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kind throughout Florida, is in need of volunteers to serve
the residents of nursing homes, assisted living facilities
and adult family care homes in Washington and Holmes
counties. Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program is a
volunteer-based organization seeking to ensure the health,
safety, welfare, and human and civil rights of individu-
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The program, administered by the Florida Department of
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... "....... Pumpkin winner
Little Miss Rodeo, Melea Kirk, took top honors at
5K Bull Run the Holmes County Fair with her decorated pumpkin.
The Holmes County Recreational Association held its third Annual 5K Bull Run and Buckaroo Fun Run on Melea painted her pumpkin to look like Pro Rodeo
Saturday, Oct. 7. Overall winner for the Bull Run was Shon Worley, receiving an overnight trip for two to Bullfighter, Scott Ramsey. She won a blue ribbon in
Biloxi. Overall winner for the Buckaroo Fun Run was Jeremy Worthing. Other division winners pictured the celebrity' look-a-like category as well as Best of
above. Show in that category. She also received monetary
prizes for her creative effort.


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

Football contest
This week's weekly
football contest was on of
the closest of the season
with four entries received
with no losses and over 20
with 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. John-
son earns $10.
Be sure to look in next
week's editions of the
Holmes County Times-Ad-
vertiser and Washington
County News for a chance
at $25.

Pickin' and
Grinnin'
On Saturday at 2 p.m.
there will be free Pickin'
and Grinnin' jam sessions
held at the Chipley Farm-
ers' Market, located at 685
Seventh Street. This non-


profit event will be held the
first and third Saturdays of
each month.
Anyone who plays an
instrument, or just wants to
listen will be welcome.
For more informa-
tion contact Rick Kent at
(850)638-0577.

SBook sale
A book sale, sponsored
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 Chipley.
Recent best sellers cost
as little as $1 and paper-
backs range from ten cents
to a quarter. Stock up now
on reading material for the
winter months ahead. Sets
of books maybe purchased
for $2. In some cases,
make an offer.
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donate, books for the. sale
should call the library or
Susan Roberts. "Donated
books can be brought 4
to the historic library or
Susan will pick them up,"
said Linda Norton.
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.

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An Advanced Care Plan-
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from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Thursday, Nov. 9, at the
Covenant Hospice Confer-
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Lafayette Street, Suite C in
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Saturday, November 4, 8 p.m. at the T.J. Roulhac Enrich.
ment and Activity Center. Tickets $6 general admission.
Card subject to last-minute change. Proceeds benefit the
T.J. Roulhac Center. Call 638-7183 for information.

Opportunity Florida meets
A day long business session will be held in Bristol on
Monday, November 6, at the Liberty County 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-
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Cancer Support Group update
Doctors Memorial Hospital is hosting a Cancer Sup-
port Group each Monday at 5:30 p.m. during October
and November. The group meets in the dining room of
Doctor's Memorial Hospital.
The purpose of the group is to provide support for
cancer patients and their families as they deal with their
individual type of cancer.
The guest speaker October 30 was Dr. Maureen
Kernion. Dr. Kernion is a nutritionist who helps cancer
patients choose foods which help them 'heal during and
. after chemotherapy.
Anyone affected by cancer is invited to attend any Can-
cer Support Group meeting each Monday during October
and November. For more information call Diane Little,
510-3779; Sharon Garner, at Doctors Memorial Hospital
547-1120 ext. 252; or Madeline McFatter, 547-2376.

Library Book and Yard Sale
Friends of the Holmes County Public Library will
have a book sale on Wednesday, Nov. 1 from 8 a.m. to 5
p.m. at the library. "Lot of great prices! We will also have
a large yard sale on Saturday. November 4. from 8 a.m.
to 12 noon." said a spokes person. All proceeds benefit
the Holmes County Library. All support is greatly appre-
ciated. For information call 547-3573.
Bright Futures Tree: Anyone can have an opportu-


nity to become part of Holmes County history by making
a donation for a commemorative leaf to be placed on our
Bright Futures Tree. The wall tree will be located in the.
new Children's Program Building.
This is a wonderful way to honor loved ones or that
special person. The engraved leaves and tree will be' a
permanent feature in the building. Donations will be;
Brbnze leaf $50, Silver leaf $75, Brass leaf $100.
The importance of your donation is significant and is
vital to the ongoing projects at the Children's Program
Building. Call 547-3573 for more information

Wright fund-raiser
Rosie Wright was diagnosed with colon cancer July 25,
and will be undergoing radiation and. chemo treatments
five days a week for the next five-to-six weeks.
A special account has been set up for Rosa Wright at'
Wachovia Bank. Anyone who would like to help with the,
cost of gas for her medical trips, is asked to make a dona-
tion at Wachovia Bank.

Afterschool at the Library
Afterschool at the Library will host a program for
grades one through five on Wednesday. Nov. 15. be-
ginning at 3 p.m. at the Washington Counti library in
Chipley. Olga Erdnieva is an exchange student from Rus-
sia. She will be discussing her homeland.


Weatherization program
Tri-County Community Council's WVeatherization
Program is designed to help reduce the energy burden on
low-income residents by installing cost-effective energy
efficient measures while ensuring their safety.
These measures include, window, exterior door, weath.
er stripping and threshold replacement, minor floor and
ceiling repairs as well as attic and waterline insulation.
For information call Carol Edwards at (850) 547-3688.

Slocomb VFW
VFW Post 4426, Slocomb, Ala. will hold a meeting
Nov. 14 at 7 p.m. All members are encouraged to attend
There will be an election held due to the vacated offices
of Senior Vice Commander and Junior Vice Commander.
There has also been a change of Post Commander.
This post will still hold the Friday night dance with the
Country Boys band.

Chautauqua Theatre
Florida Chautauqua Theatre will present A Christmas
Carol by Charles Dickens. Opening night is Thursday
Nov. 9, beginning at 7 p.m. There will be additional per
fonnances on Nov. 10 and 11. beginning at 7 p.m.. and a
Sunday matinee at 2:30 p.m. For information and ticket
prices. call (.850) 892-9494 or email info@fciweb.org.


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Annie Merle Odom, 91
Annie Merle (Tharp)
Odom died Oct. 23 at a
local nursing facility. She
was born Oct. 25, 1914,
to W.A. "Bill" and Bell
Tharp.
She was a life-long resi-
dent of Washington County
and a long-time member of
the First Baptist Church of
Chipley. She was a mem-
ber of the Fidelis Sunday
School class.
In addition to her par-
ents, she was preceded in
death by her husband, Joe;
a sister. Beinice William-
son: two brothers. Randal
and Leonard Tharp. and
a daughter-in-law. Connie
McPeters Odom.
Survivors include two
sons and datighters-in-law.
Ken and Linda Odom of
Bristol, Jerry and Joyce
Odom of Chipley; a sis-
ter-in-law, Bessie Tharp, a
nephew. Ronnie William-
.,son. three nieces. Debbie'
"Parker. Susali Guettleran'd
Jean Carter, -five grand-
children and nine great-
grandchildren.
Services were held Oct.
26 at First Baptist Church
of Chipley with Rev. Mike
Orr officiating.
Burial was in Glenwood,
Cemetery with Brown
Funeral Home of Chipley
directing. '

Erma M. Tobias, 69
Erma Maxine Tobias of
Bonifay died Oct. 23 at
her home. She was born
in Farmington, Maine,
daughter of Irving Edward
and Maxine Elizabeth
King;
In addition to her par-
ents, she was preceded in
death by a husband, Robert
Veinott, and two daughters,
Susanne Cox and Lorraine
Veinott.
Survivors include her
husband, William Thomas
Tobias of Bonifay; four
sons, David Veinott and
Clifford Veinott, both of
Lev iston, Maine, Robert
Veinott of Panama City
Beach and Andrew To-
bias of Joplin, Mo.; three
daughters, Violet Watkins
of Panama City and Robin
Robeson iof Panama City
Beach, and Jennifer Tobias
of Bath, Maine; two broth-
ers, Ronald and Rodney
King, both of Panama City'
Beach, 26 grandchildren
and 13 great-grandchil-
dren.
Memorialization was by
cremation with Peel Fu-
neral Home of Bonifay in
charge of arrangements.
Perry L. Smith, 88
Perry Lee Smith of
Bonifay died Oct. 24 at
Bonifay Nursing and Re-
hab Center there.
She was born Sept. 4,
1918, to the late Jonce A.
and Sarah Forehand and
was a life-long resident of
Holmes County,


She was a homemaker
and was retired from the
Tri-County Community
Council. A member of the
Bethlehem Methodist
Church, she served as
church treasurer for many
years. ,She served on the
board of directors for the
Holmes County Develop-
ment Commission for 15
years, and in 1965, she was
appointed by Gov. Hayden
Bums to serve a term on
the Board of Social Wel-
fare, District 1. Holmes
County.
Survivors include her
husband of 70.6 years. Hu-
bert Ivy Smith of Bonifa);
two sons and daughters-in-
law. Dan and Marcie Smith
of Bonifay. Don and Rita
Smith of Wicksburg. Ala.;
a daughter and son-in-law.
Annette and Junior Justice
of Bonifay; sister Bernice
Peacock of Chipley. eight,
grandchildren and 12 great-
grandchildren. several
S'nieces arid nephew s. '
Funeral was held Oct.
26 at Bethlehem Mvlethod-
ist Church with Revs. Gary
Armstrong and Henry
Moore officiating.
Burial was in the church
cemetery with Peel Fu-
neral Home of Bonifay
directing.

Robert Payne, 36
Robert Lee Payne of
Bonifay died Oct: 24 at his
hone there.
Survivors include his
wife, Denise Johnson
Payne of Bonifay; a son,
J.D. Payne of Bonifay; two
daughters, Beth: Payne of
Marianna and Mary Fay
Payne of Panama Cit); and
a sister, Fay, Porter of La
Grange, Georgia. -
A memorial service will
be held 11 a.m. Nov. 4 at
Union Pentecostal Church
with Rev. Edward Wil-
liams officiating and Sims
Funeral Home of Bonifay
directing.

Sam Ard, 91
Sam Ard of Bonifay
died Oct. 25 at Northwest
Florida Community Hospi-
tal in Chipley. He was the
son of Charlie and Lula
Ard.
Preceding him in death,
in .addition to his parents,
were his wife, Florene Ard;


three brothers, Taft, Glenn
and Buck Ard, and two sis-
ters, Essie Ham and Erie
Penton Thomas.
Survivors include' a
daughter, Deloris Elmore'
of Bonifay; two grandchil-
dren and two ereat-grand-
children.
Graveside ser ices were
Oct. 28 in Noma City
Cemetery with Re\. James
Sapp officiating and Peel
Funeral Home of Bonifay
directing. ,

Leslie Kirkland, 69
Leslie N. Kirkland of
Pensacola died Oct. 23 in
Baptist Hospital there. He
was a native of Chipley.
Kirkland was of the
Baptist faith. He attended
Washington County public
schools, and was an excel-
lent auto mechanic.
He was preceded in
death by his parents.
Cleveland and Annie Shef-
field Kirkland: three, sisters
*and 6rothers-in'-law Mary
K. and.Eddie Davis. Lula
B. and James Jackson, Al-
amay Kirkland, and Will
McIntyre.: a brother. James
Kirkland: and daughter.
Barbara.
Survivors include his
children. Derrick. Sheila.
Gloria, Ed. Shaay. Sean,
Marco. Terrance and
Courtney; his former wife,
Cora Kirkland; two sisters
and a brother-in-law. Alma
McIntyre, Orea and James'
Thomas, all of Chipley: a
sister-in-law, Mary Louise
Kirkland, a host of grand-
children, nieces, nephews,
cousins and other rela-
tives.
Funeral was Oct. 29 at
St. Joseph A.M.E. Church
in Chipley with Rev. Larry
Brown officiating.
Burial followed in the
church cemetery with
Cooper Funeral Home of
Chipley directing.

Dotsie Mitchell, 86
Dotsie Mac Mitchell ,of
Chipley died Oct. 22 in a
Panama City nursing facil-
ity. A long-time resident of
Washington County, she at-
tended public schools there.
She %was of the Baptist
faith and was a member of
Jerusalem Baptist Church
where she served as a mis-
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ris Everett; a son. Lonnie
Mitchell and a brother.
Wilmer McKnight.
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sister. Sarah Mathis of
Panama City: two neph-
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Panama City and Kevin C.
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Atlanta; Ga..: and several
other nieces and nephew\s.
a host of grand nephew s
and nieces and other fam-
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Jerusalem Baptist Church
in Chipley w ith Re\. Price
Wilson officiating.
Burial followed in the
Southside Cemetery in:
Chipley with Cooper Fu-
neral Home of Chiple)
directing.
William Sanders, 49
William Sanders of
Bonifay died Oct. 20 in a
,hospital there. He \\was born
Jultl 16, 1955. in Enterprise.
Ala.', to Fisher Lee Upshaw\
and Mattie Sanders.
He was a long-time resi-
dent of Bonifay and w\as
employed by the City of
Bonifay before his illness
and death.
Survivors include his
siblings. Nlattie Denson
of Pensacola. Jeanette and
Wallace Sanders of North
Carolina. Robert Sanders
of South Carolina. Willie
Sanders of Bonifay, Wal-
ter and Louise Upshaw of
Enterprise. Eddie and Jer-
aldine Moultrie of Chipley;:
numerous grandchildren.
nieces, nephew\ s and other
relatives.
Funeral \\as conducted
Oct. 25 in the funeral home
chapel with Rev. R.E. Hud-
son officiating.-


Burial followed in Bonifay and Ray Wayne
Bonifay Cemetery with Miller of Murphy. N.C.. a
Cooper Funeral home of daughter and son-in-law
Chipley directing. .. Iris and Jerry Thurmond
Gregory Fraser, 21 brother and sister-in-law
Gregory Fraser of Mi- James Ralph and Inez Wat
ami died there Oct. 13. He ford. sister and brother-in
had relatives in the St. Jo- law. Monette and Harold
seph conununity of Wash- Ward. all of Bonifay: 10
ington County. grandchildren. 11 great.
Fraser %was a grandson of" grandchildren. several
the late James and Kather- nieces and nephews.
ine Brown. \%ho were born Funeral was Oct. 30 at
and reared in Washington Gritney Baptist Church
and Jackson counties. His with Revs. Johnny Brad.
great-grandparents were shaw and Shelly Chandler
the late Thomas and Maha- officiating.
lia Brown of Chipley. and Buri'al was in Cedar
his great-uncles and -aunts. Grove Methodist Church
Fernnon and Margie Brown cemetery with Peel Fu
and Esie Warren also lived neral Home of Bonifa,
in Chipley. directing.
Survivors include his George Kelley, 73
mother. Shelia Brown Pat- George Gaston Kelley
terson: Father. O'Selmo of Bonifay died Oct. 28 at
Decurz: two sisers. Shalisa Southeast Alabama Medi-
and Ayanna; two brothers, cal Center in Dothan. Ala.
Philip and Devon. all of He was a former resident
Miami: numerous nieces, of Elba. Ala.. and Coffee
nephews, and other rela- ...County.
tives. He was preceded in
Funeral was conducted death by his mother. Liller
Oct. 28 at St. Joseph Lizzie Beth (Spinks) Kel
A.M.E. Church in Chipley ley: father. Marshall Fillip
\with Re\. Larry Brown of- George Washington Kel
ficiating. ley; sister, Nellie Whitting.
Burial followed in the ton: four brothers, Marvin
family plot of St. Joseph Kelley. Alford Kelley
Cemetery with Cooper Cliford Kelley and Enoch
Funeral Home of Chipley Kelley.
directing. Survivors include a
Myrtle Miller, 89 brother. Edford Kelley of
Myrtle Watford Miller Elba; two sisters, Annie
of Bonifay died Oct. 27 Sue Harrison of Elba and
at Bonifay Nursing and Anna' Lou Hyatt of Enter
Rehab Center there. She prise.
wxas born Oct. 13, 1917. in Services were held Oct
Cairo. Ga.. to W. Mancy 31 in the funeral home /
and Susie Hicks Watford. chapel with Dr. Tony Dye
Also preceding her in death officiating.
were her husband, Ray Burial followed in the
Barnes Miller and a sister. Phillips Cemetery in Elba
Pauline W. Williams. with Hayes Funeral Home
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District 2 Marching Band
Assessment in Panama City
on October 28. Along with
bands in the surrounding
nine-county area, the CHS
'band performed their field
show before a large crowd
and five judges at Tommy
Oliver Stadium.
Each band was evalu-
ated in the areas of music
performance, marching
and maneuvering, general
effect, and auxiliaries. The
judges in each area rated
each band's performance
on a five-point scale rang-
ing from superior to poor.
The CHS Band per-
formed their 2006 "Music
of the Beatles" show and
was rated superior by each


judge in every caption. In
fact, Chipley was one of
only six bands rated Su-
perior in all areas at this
assessment event. The
FBA Music Performance
Assessment is equivalent
to the FCAT for music
programs.
According to CHS
Band Director, Richard
Davenport, this year's re-
sults confirms a tradition
of excellence at Chipley
High School, making this
the 14th consecutive year
the band has been rated
superior at FBA District
Marching Assessment!
The 57-member "Spirit
of the Tiger" Band was
led on, the field by Drum
Major Justin Woods, Band
Captain David Worley, and
Guard Captain Hannah
Watkins.
Congratulations to the


Benefit fish fry
AM VETS Post 007 will host a benefit fish fry on Sun-
day Nov. 5, beginning at noon at Crazy Horse's Get It
and Go, just north of Chipley on Highway 77. This ben-
efit is to, help a Chipley resident with her tuition, books,
uniforms, etc., for nurses training.
Plates will be $5 each. For more information call, Lisa
at 638-4126.


band members, band par-
ents, and our community
for representing Chipley
with excellence! The
band is preparing for this
week's CHS Marching
Band Concert, scheduled
for Thursday, Nov. 2, at
6:30 p.m. in the CHS Per-
forming Arts Auditorium.
Admission is free.

'I Hate Hamlet'
. Tickets are now on sale
for the Chipola College
production of "I Hate
Hamlet."
The Paul Rudnick come-
dy opens a four-day run on
Nov. 2, with a performance
for high school students on
Nov. 1.
For more information,
call 850-718-2220.


Treasures Home
School Group
The Treasures Home
School Group presented a
book review entitled 'Read
& Imagine' at Piney Grove
FWB Church last week.
Students were encouraged
to dress-up like their favor-
ite book character and give
an oral review of that book
to fellow students.
The students ranged
from six to 12 years of age.
The books ran the gamut
from Francis Parkman
and The Oregon Trail to
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
A. Wolf appeared to, tell us
all The True Story of the 3
Little Pigs and how all this
time he has been given a
bad rap.


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The experience was a
way for the children to
practice their public speak-
ing skills and to excite and
encourage others to read.
The Treasures Group is
planning a History Fair for


uary 2007 as well as other
educational, community.
and fun activities.
Contact Beth Minchin at
638-1586 for more infor.
mation and monthly meet.
ing times.


4-H arena fund-raiser
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.
national activities.
For more information, call Wil at (850) 547-1108;
Connie at 628-6203; or Diane 835-4820.




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SOD SOD SOD Quality
you can depend on! Irri-
gated, weed & pest con-
trolled. Centipede and St.
Augustine. Delivery and
installation available. 8
mi. SW of Chipley for
easy customer hauling!
Call anytime! Billy & Leo-
la Brock. (850)638-1202
or (850)326-1500
FOR SALE METAL Job
overruns. Half price
painted and non-painted
metal. Including standing
seam; 6" max grip and
other misc metal trims.
For more information,
contact (850)547-1001
CORN $7 100#
Hay $30 roll,
Oats $3/Bu. Lynn Cope
638-1138; 260-2111
VISIT CAROLYN'S
FASHIONS for your
Avon Holiday Gift Giving
Needs. Independent
Sales Representative.
1356 N Railroad Ave,
Chipley, FL 850-638-
8386
K&L FARM TOMATOES
8-5 M-$; .638-1119;
850-260-5003; 850-527-
3380
FOR SALE YAMAHA 4-,
wheeler, rebuilt, $1000.
Polaris 4-wheel drive
Scrambler 500 4-
vwheeler. liKe new $3-00.
Large cusic'm bull bar-
becue grill on trailer, idea
for churches or volunteer
fire- dept. $900. 638-
8722
TREADMILL FOR SALE
2 yrs old. Rarely used
with incline. Paid $300
making $150 obo. Call Jen-
nifer @ 548-5083, M-F 7-
9pm.
FIREWOOD FOR SALE
t '638-9224; cell 628,109
TABLE W/CHAIRS
BLUE recliner, gold rock-
ing chair, coffee table,
washing machine, (2) bar
stools, all in good condi-
tion. Everything $120.
Call 547-4750
2001 WARRIOR 350 6-
speed, blue/white, new
parts, runs great, $2400
or trade. Leave message
(850)258-9898 or 527-
8176
24 INCH WHEELS and
tires for $2500. OBO
638-4035
SNARE DRUM LIKE
new, $125. (850)548-
4796
5000 FORD End loader,
great condition, please
call for more information.
638-0014 or 638-4672
COLOR COPIES $1.
COPIES 150 Washing-
ton County News, down-
town Chipley.
SOD FOR SALE on the
farm, delivered or in-
stalled. Centipede and
419 Bermuda. WEST
FLORIDA TURF
(850)638'-4860;
(850)415-0385. Estab-
lished 1980.
2005 KAWASAKI 700 4
wheeler, v-twin, new mo-
tor $4500. (850)849-
6118
FOR SALE FEEDER
Pigs and Butcher Hogs,
Call 850-547-9026
1999 FORD RANGER
excellent condition
103,000 miles, every-
thing works. Payoff
$6100. 2000 boat weld
built 48 horse Johnson
48 pound thrust trolling
motor, fish finder lights,
spare tire, $6500 firm.
850-548-4796, 850-557-
5169, 850-333-9129

BA l


1999 HARLEY
DAVIDSON custom built
with a 1200 stroker en-
gine in it, 8k miles. Ask-
ing $8500. 850-638-
8170, ask for Mike
2002 CBR 600 S4i red/
silver, mirror tint wind-
shield,' 2 new tires,
12,000 miles. $4500.
263-3411
2005 YAMAHA YZ6
4000 miles, silver/black'
$4200. (850)849-6118
2003 HONDA GOLD-
WING 50,000 miles, sil-
ver color, CB, AM/FM ra-
dio, helmet w/speakers
included. $11,000. 638-
4251


1991 BASS TRACKER
alum hull 16ft, 25 hp
Evinrude motor w/stain-
less steel prop, stick
steering, trolling motor,
anchors, excellent condi-
tion. $3500. Call 547-
4750


1991 CROWN
VICTORIA silver w/blue
interior, runs great,
$1200. 850-638-8170
ask for Mike
93 MAZDA MX6 $1000
as is 547-2401
1979 CAMARO motor &
transmission has been
rebuilt. Body needs
some work. Lots of parts!
$1000. 638-9871 after
6pm
93 OLDS REGENCY ex-
cellent motor, body, &
.tires. 27mpg/hwy. load-
ed, leather interior. Ex-
cellreni cndilion. Re-


1973 PLYMOUTH
DUSTER good condition
with a builT 360 engine.
$2000. 850-638-8170,
ask lor Mike
2005 FORD FOCUS
ZX3 SE. 2 door hatch-
back. lully loaded, 1/2 of
factory warranty, 34mpg,
$12,600 Carolyn
(850)638-4320
89 CHRY 5TH Avenue,
120k miles, $750.
(850)774-8970


Sucea $2695. OBO 547- 2002 GMC YUKON XLT,
2091 loaded, front & side
(3) 4 YR OLD Pure bred 87 MERCEDES 420SEL airbags, sunroof, leather,
Limousin Bulls. (2)Year- new trans-Alt, recent third row seating, 17-21
ling Pure bred Limousin valve job. $6995. neg. MPG, greatbuy$15,500.
Bulls. 263-4339 527-1722, leave mes- OBO. (850)326-0911 or
WALKER HOUND FE- sage. (850)773-2583
MALE gentle, sweet, 2004 CHEVY MALIBU 96 F-150 loaded, $4000.
good hunter, free to a Classic 4 cyl, Very nice. 547-2401
good home. 638-1466 Well maintained. Red. 1999 MAZDA B3000
FOUND SMALL CHI- AM/FM/CD, alloy pickup. 20,000 miles,
HUAHUA mix, black/tan, wheels. Asking $9560. aulo. a'c, keyless entry.
approx. 13wks old. 1850)547-2986 electric window, AM/FMi
Needs a good home, if FOR SALE 1997 Silver CD, Tonneau, garage
interested call1638-0814. Camaro, T-Tops, 65K kept, clean, excellent
OLDER HORSE (BAY) miles $10,500. 547- condilion.(850)547-0941
kid friendly, current 3545 2003 CHEVROLET
Coggins & shots. $100 1998 GRAND PRIX 6 SIVERADO Z-71, 4x4.
OBO to good home. cycle, 146,000 miles, 5.3 liler V8, all power,
547-9052 $4200 obo. Excellent bedliner. bug guard,
CHIHUAHUA PUPPY condition, tires 5 months loolbox, ures P305/70 BF
BORN 9-12-06 CKC reg- old. (850)638-4987 Goodrich, Flowmaster
N--Ub reg mufflers, very nice, runs
istered, Choco coloring. 2005 MERCURY mufflers, avence, 77
1st shots. $300. 547- GRAND Marquis, wife's $2960 995
9100 car. white, 29,000 mi..
.!ealher, like new. 1974 CHEVY
$14,995. "CHEYENNE Super 20,
638-1991 "a heavyduty/ioyhauler'
-CAILCS-350,350. recent recondi-
1999 CADILLAC SE- ionedgroundup.$8700.
LEOLA BROCK NURS- DAN Deville. pewler/bur- 773-1818. after 5pm
ERIES LLC. Plants, trees gundy leather. Fully load
& shrubs. Landscape ed. Lifetime tire balanc- 1990 CHEVY 1/2 ton
design, landscape con- ing, Trailer hitch. 41,000 Z71, SWB, reg cab,
tracting, irrigation sys- miles. Luxurious Silverado Package. New
teams. 1788 While Road, $20,999. (850)547-3342 pts. $5500. Call Terry
Bonifay, FL 32425 or 763-6872 547-3646. 7am-5pmrh
(Washington County) 1991 SEDAN DEVILLE 1999 ISUZU AMIGO
(850)638-1 202; or sale. 638-1090 after Convertible, brand new
(850)326-1500 6pm. clutch, transmission,
FRUIT TREES $10.87! .1 2005 BURGUNDY MUS-. starter, timing belts. Ask-
-wuo2005 BURGUNDY MUS- ,ng $50 3 O
Shade'& Flowerring irees Gle .. ..ing $65-00. 773-5720,
al oy. Azaleas arid other ,.a_ G lea op _I,. leavei .' :t;.
,shrubs $1.87;. Yes, ,id ,-,? a ,Aayer. cruiser.e"lkrc ---- -
lUt te bst t seats & windows. Slill NISSAN PATHFINDER
absolutely the best time under factory warranty. '95 XE-V6, 4-wheel
to plant shrubsandtrees $16,500.obo (850)258- dnve. automatic, security
All Ways Growin' Nurs- ^4428 system, Puiham low
ery, 1658 Hwy 177-A, package, CD/radio, cold
Bonifay, (850)547-2938. 1997 CHEVROLET air. $3900 obo (850638-
Lic#47222563 TRUCK ext cab, V6. 2002
220,000 miles. $4500.
S Call 547-5062 or 2000 SILVER DODGE
.(850)527-4363 Dakola SLT, automatic
85- POTIA Magnum V6, full power,
5 PIECE BEDROOM 1985 PONTIAC extended cab. toolbox,
set, new in boxe, nin boxes, must FIREBIRD runs great. and slide bars. $6900.
sell, $475 850-222-2113 could standa paint ob (8501535-9292
$1200. 850-638-8170.
MATTRESSES $99 & ask for Mike 1994 CONVERSION
up. Twin, full, queen & RITY FOR VAN V-6, cruise, power
king. Delivery available. ',86 CELEBRITY FOR windows. 106 k miles.
(850)326-1999 sale. Leather inleror. looks and runs good.
638-1645 547-2180
2 PC LEATHER sofa & 1998 BUICK REGAL 2
loveseat. Brand new, 1998 BUICK REGAL 2000 CHEVY XTREME
hardwood frames, life- GS, red, gray lealner in- S-10 stepside. auto. AM/
time warranty, $795, can ienor.4.0L 3800 Series II FM/CD. cruise, radar,
deliver. 850-425-8374 Supercharged engine, ground-FX. 2 extra tires.
SOFASLEEPER 1 83,000 miles, air, $7000. -58500k original miles.
1 SOFA SLEEPER 1 8ft (850)260-1149 -, sharp Iruck. $10,250.
sofa, 2 baralounger 34MPG!!!! 2005 FORD 547-4527
chairs, 1 desk, dining 34MPG 2005FORD 547-4527
room table w/6 chairs, Focus ZX3 SE, 2 door 96 FORD: DULLY F350
china cabinet. 547-2579 hatchback, fully loaded,goseneck brake sys-
1F2 1o actory warranty gooseneck, brmakesy
$150 NEW QUEEN remaining, 34mpa tem, Irim package.
pillowtop mattress set, in $12,600. Call Roben or bedliner, excellent condi-
plastic, warranty. 850- Carolyn Berry (850)638- tion $12 500 535-2276
222-7783 4320 1990 CHEVY
NEW KING PLUSH top 1968 MERCURY COU- SILVERADO one owner,
mattress set, still in plas- GAR 289, V8, auto, runs, garage kept, 350 V8,,
tic with warranty, can de- many new parts, $3000 auto, air, pwr windows
liver $250. 850-222-2113 OBO. (850)849-6118 locks, tow pkg, 127k,
B&B FURNITURE 1342 1998 FORD ESCORT good condition. 850-638-
N RR Ave, Chipley. We Wagon, white, auto, 0986
pay cash for clean qual- AM,FM,CDDJ (compact 1987 FORD F250 4x4
ity furniture. 850-557- disc) cold. air, anti-theft 1 F54
0211 or 850-415-6866. system, tires & battery 5 ,351 motor. Runs good,
Ask for Pasco or Carolyn months old. $1800. 206 great shape $3800.
NEW MICRO FIBER Veneer Circle. Bonifay 18501415-6301
sofa + loveseat $475, still 04 BUICK REGAL LS 1995 FORD
wrapped, stain resist. Bronze 3.8 liter, V6, AC, AEROSTAR passenger
850-425-8374 leather, cruise,, tilt, AM/ van $1200. 547-3934
DINING ROOM BRAND FM/CD, power W/D/S, 2001 FORD EXPEDI-
newtable6chairs, china new tires, 65,000. TION miles 86,670, fully
cabinet, $900, can de- $13,900. Evenings. loaded. 638-8376
liver, call 850-222-7783 (850)547-4096; daytime
CHERRY SLEIGH BED Janis (850)547-3651 2004 FORD F150 5.4
$250, solid wood still 1979 CORVETTE Triton 4x4 100 KMI Su-
boxed 850-222-9879 Eveything brand new! per Cab White $14,500.
FURNITURE & Must see to appreciate. (850)849-6118
MATTRESSES Low, 415-6820 80000ortrade 2000 DODGE2500 Ram
MATTRESSES Low,friup a
low, low overhead guar- fo pickalup of equal Wagon V-8, PW, PL, ste-
antees low, low, low pric- reo, dual A/C, 23,000
es. P&S Discount Furni- 93 PONTIAC SUNBIRD miles, very clean, must
ture, Chipley. (Since new motor, tires & rims, sell, make offer. 850-
1973) 850-638-4311 AC system, new paint 773-7737
.. .. ob. tinted windows,


BEDROOM SET NEW
king bed, TV Armoire,
chest + nightstand. Re-
tail $3k, sacrifice $900.
850-545-7112



.1998 PONTIAC TRANS-
PORT mini-van, 6-cyl,
seats seven, excellent
shape inside & out, cold
air, loaded $4900. 547-
9233
2000 BRONZE CHEVY
Malibu. 55,000 miles,
AC, CD player, tinted
power windows, new
stock speakers. Like
new! $10,000. Call 849-
1143


sporty car. $3500 firm.
547-0958, leave mes-
sage.
92 CHEVY CAPRICE
Classic SW. Fully loaded,
seats 9. $2800 OBO. Ask
for Karl. 547-4465
2001 FORD EXPLORER
white, automatic, fully
loaded, 6 CD changer,
running boards, custom-
ized bra, $8000.
(3,34)588-3141, cell
(850)418-0031
BUY NOW! 1976
El Camino $1100. Runs
Good. Great restoration
project. 547-4340


99 NAVY BLUE Chevy
Astro Van, $5000. OBO.
Call (850)956-2367
ONLY $995
1984 Chevrolet utility
truck, as is. Call 547-
3496, leave message
1987 CHEVY CARGO
van G-20 $1000. 547-
3934
1987 1 TON Chev, 42k
miles, ex. government,
$3500. (850)774-8970
MOVING OVERSEAS
1999 Grand Voyager
mini-van, power windows
& locks, 120K miles, well
main. Asking $3900
OBO. Tires guarantee.
Call 773-3708 / 774-
8032
FOR SALE TAKEup
payments on 2003 Expe-
dition, 80K miles. well
kept, excellent condition.
$14,000. phone 850-
548-5453
1996 GMC JIMMY 4.3
V6, AT, AC, PW, 4-door,
very clean. $4500.
(8501260-1612
99 FORD 150 XL Super
Cab, AT, PS, PB, toolbox,
new tires. 97,500 miles.
Asking $9000. 547-0150;
326-3123,
99 F350 DUALLY
workbed. Beeled up
transmission, 1000 mi,
everything tighl. 113.000
mi., 7.4LPSidiesel. well
kept. Looks/runs good.
$11,500. 1850)373-7459
1999 F250 SD Ford
truck, XLT. X cab, SWB,
7.3 power stroke,
160,000 miles, very nice.
$14,000 obo. 535-9800
2000 HONDA ODYS-
SEY EX Mini-Van, V6,
89,000 miles, good con-
,dition, gray clolh interior.
white exterior, $13,000
OBO. 547-0899
1999 SS CHEVY Subur-
ban black,. 11 of 151.
80.000 miles. Leather,
-lo.aded. cuslpm whIefls,
$15.000 o6bo- 5359800
2005 JEEP WRAN-
GLER, black 4cyi. 25K.
lift kil. soft lop. 31" tires
and rims. Exira clean.
258-1090
2003 FORD EDGE Ex-
tended cab, step side,
AM/FM CD. cold AC,
$12.000 or best reason-
able offer. 548-5555;
548-4799
1994 FORD RANGER 4
cyl.. 5 speed, coa air,
excellent condition.
$3,500 obo. after 3p.m.,
726-0193
96 JEEP CHEROKEE
excellent condition, Chi-
pley area. Red. $3500
firm. Call anytime
(850)260-9706
2003 CHEVROLET
SILVERADO Z-71, ex-
cellent condition. white,
grille guard, toolbox, nerf
bars, bed rails, CD, cas-
sette, 54,000 miles. 260-
5914, 638-7511
1982 GMC SIERRA Die-
sel for parts or rebuild.
Engine no good. Good
condiiton forage. Can be
connected to gas. $500
firm. (850)547-2986
1996 F150 XL Extended
cab, bedliner, dual tanks,
120K, good condition
$7000. 547-9396
2005 CHEVY TRAIL-
BLAZER ext 4x4, 8,000
miles, tan in color,
loaded, LT edition,
$22,500. OBO. 547-
0765, 527-4246
2003 DODGE RAM w/
Hemi 2500.7000+ miles,
loaded. $28,000. Must
sell. (334)699-2382
1998 FORD F150 good
condition, call for further
* information. (850)535-
4945
FOR SALE 1999 Chevy
Suburban LT, 5.7 litre,
leather, CD, front/rear
AC, 153,000 miles. Ask-
ing$8950. Call 850-956-
1260


1981 FORD F150 Van,
custom built, new engine,
new transmission. Ask-
ing $2800. 850-638-
8170, ask for Mike
1998 Z71 ext cab, 3-
door. $9500. 263-3105
evenings.
1997 FORD RANGER 5-
speed; runs good, good
starter truck. $2500.
(850)638-7936
86 CHEVY PICKUP 350
motor, built, large cam,
runs good, body has
some rust, show its age
$1500. OBO. 547-0929
97 DODGE 4-wheel
drive, 155,000 miles,
looks and runs great
$6500 OBO. 263-9711
1995 FORD F-150 XLT,
extended cab, V8, auto,
power window, locks,
toolbox, cab steps, rails,
rims, AM/FM cassette,
$5000 638-9630
2005 CHEV UPLAN-
DER 4 door, LS, ISC
loaded, Silverstone me-
lallic. 16,000k. paid
$28.760+, sell for
$19,500. cash. (850)547-
5524 mornings
1995 EDDIE BAUER
Ford F-150 4x4. 97,000
miles. $8500 obo. Call
260-1678
1993 CHEVY Z71 great
hunting truck, needs
paint job, new AC com-
pressor, runs good,
$4000 OBO 1850)527-
8401 anytime
FOR SALE 1999
F-150, low miles
$13,500. OBO. 100,000
mile warranty. 547-5960;
547-2228
2003 CHEVY AVA-
LANCHE Z-71, one own-
er, sunroof, Bose slereo
w/6 disc cd, leather, new
tires, 72,000 Hwy miles,
clean. $21,500.00 OBO
850-260-9324
99 FORD EXPEDITION
100.000 miles, excellent
,'.condilhon'. 2'1ooo.
(850)579-2977
793/4 TON Chevy 4x4 V-
8 Granny 4 speed has
gooseneck hith and
new trailer brakes good
cond. $3,500.00 850-
260-9324
FOR SALE 2001 Ford
Expedition XLT, loaded,
64,000 miles, $12,000.
547-4830 between 6pmo
& 8pm only. No collect
calls.
2002 FORD RANGER
king Cab, step side. 6 cd
changer, power windows
and doors, like new
$12,000 (pay off) 850-,
373-7755
2002 FORD EXPLOR-
ER XLT, excellent condi-
tion, fully loaded, keyless.
entry, leather, dark sage
green. 110,000 miles.
$9,200. Call 526-
3619(w); 638-8104(h)
1989 FORD F-150 PU,
11.5,000 miles, runs great
$2000. 535-2608
FOR SALE 1996 Ex-
plorer XLT, V-8, 4 door,
leather, loaded, custom
rims, Alpine stereo sys-
tem, tinted windows
$11,000. 547-2502
CHEVY SUBURBAN 3/
4 ton, Heavy Duty, tow
package. 350 motor, AT,
PS, PB, new paint, parts
& battery, 850-547-0448




FOR SALE HOUSE that
must be moved, located
on Hwy 90 East in Chip-
ley immediately! Beside
Southeastern Surveying.
ointment to inspect and
make offer. 850-638-
0790
FOR SALE BEAUTIFUL
country 3BR/2BA brick
home, owner financing.
Also, house and apart-
ments for rent in Bonifay.
(850)547-5085


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
BRICK, 3 BEDROOM, 2
bath, Hwy 77, 3 miles
South of Chipley, call
Milton for information
850-638-1858
IN CHIPLEY CASH sale
or rent. 3BR/2BA large
lot, convenient location.
547-2091
2240 SQ' FT home for
sale. Must be moved.
Make offer. Call 850-258-
8247




NICE LARGE HOUSE
for lease in Chipley 2200
sq leel 3BR/2.5BA, of-
fice, large porches. 2 car
garage, fireplace and
shed. $975.'month, one
year lease. No pels,
smoke-free environment
References. 615-477-
5387 or
Callielou @comcast.net'
Pictures at
www.chipley.hominestead.com
3BR/2BA BRICK,
SUNNY Hills area. CH/A
$600 mo $400 dep. 850-
527-5623
HOUSE FOR RENT lake
front on Blue Lake, just
south of Chipley. 2BR/
2BA, 2 story w/base-
menl and possible third
bedroom, garage, dock
and large yard on 6I
acres $1250 per monlh
Progressive Realty. 638-
8220
2BR/1BA no pets. Hwy
77 South, 3 miles. Also,
3BR/2BA. Call Milton for
information. (850)638-
1858




MODUL-AR 1HOMES"r
$563/MO Sil's Home
SCenler 850-482-2880
MOBILE HOME 3BR/
2BA w/lireplace & appli-
ances. 1 acre plus, good
condition, great location.
638-2363 evenings only
FALL CLEARANCE
MAKE offer on SW or
DW 2006 models need to'
go! Sil's Home Center
850-482-2880
TIRED OF THE run
around? Come see us!
SW or DW OlJest dealer
in Florida Sil's Home
Center 850-482-2880
100% FINANCING S/W
or DiW new homes land
included. Sil's Home
Center 850-482-2880
LAND & HOME ready.
$699/mo. Sil's Home
Center. 850-482-2880




TRAILER FOR RENT
2BR/1BA, CH/A, deposit
required, no pets, call af-
ter 5pm 638-1222
RENT TRAILER 3BR/
1.5 on 17.5 acres, no
pets. smoke free environ-
ment, references, $450/
mo., $350/dep. 7 miles
North Bonifay. 547-2276
S/W EXCELLENT CON-
DITION 2BR/2BA, CH/A,
everything electric. 2877
Church St., Vernon.
$500/rent. $500/deposil.
smoke iree environment.
no10 pels. 535-6425
2BR TRAILER DE-
POSIT required, no pets,
water & sewage pro-
vided. 547-5007 Boni-
fay
HOUSE TRAILER FOR
rent. 547-2043
3 BEDROOM 2 bath
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


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.
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.

REAL STAT


BACK ON MARKET
5BR/3BA home (inclu-
ding apartment) built
in 19021 On 2 lots in
town close to court-
house............. 259,000








PRISCILLA "CISSY"
FAISON, BROKER
Cell: 850-768-0320
VERNON ANDERSON
Cell: 850-8194107
CHAD FAISON
Cell: 850-768-0321




MP ENTERPRISES
Land Sale & Finance 5
acres or more for houses
only, wooded & pasture.
3 miles Soulh ol Chipley.
Highway 77, Gainer Rd.,
Housion 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'
Million Peel lor inlorma-
lion 850-638-1858
PORTER LAKE GET-
AWAY Lakefront mobile
home on 1 acre with
dock. 124k OBO
,Overst reet Realty
(850)763-4459 or
(850)832-5263
MLS.357027
SUNNY HILLS 1867
Gap Blvd.. 2.23 Acres.
3BRi2BA 1960sd, F&B.
decks, fenced 2 sides,
near boat landing
Only $115,500
Realty/Pro
Real Estate Centers.
850-784-2898
EXECUTIVE OFFICE
SPACE for rent down-
town Chipley. 638-1918


TRI.-COUNTY

REALTY
1103 S, Waukesha St,
Bonifay, FL

(850)547-4480

Experienced
Trained Agents

JohnAIford;..547-2737
Doug Bush...... 547-5457

James Wilson. 773-3655
(SUNNY HILLS)
Mar Coleman 547-3181

Andrea Lewis,, 547-5095
Stephanie Bradley 956-3040

Free Market Analysis





GREAT 1031 EX-
CHANGE PROPERTY
Beautiful 83 ac cattle
farm in Jackson Co. Per-
fect rural setting, rolling
hills and terraced pas-
ture land, covered by
majestic Oaks, Magnolia
and Pecan trees. Zoned
AG2. ims 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. (suo-divide as
follows) 40 ac parcel A
(with house barns)
$299,500. 20 acre parcel
1 A with 1 Itse0artd barrn
$159,900.. Parcel 2 A
20acres $149,900. 43
ac parcel B (on creek)
$319,500. Call 638-1336
18 ACRES 3876
Eariston Dr. (3 miles N.
of Chipley) 3BR/2BA
home, 1553sf. -Fruit
trees, pasture, crop &
land. Only $170,000.
Realty/Pro
Real Estate Centers
850-784-2898

EXPERIENCED COM-
MERCIAL LAND, real
estate associates for;new
office opening in Bonifay.
Various commission pro-
grams. Email information
in complete confidence.
bocamgmt@gvyanoo .:'om



FOR RENT STORE It
Mini Storage Buildings.
Location 279 & 280 be-
tween Caryville &
Vernon. 535-1356


BEST PRICES AROUND ON


99 32x70,3 BR,2 BA. BEAUTIFUL HOME.......... $49,900
99 28x70, 5 BR, 2 BA ..........$42,900
91, Homes of Merit 24x60,3 BR,2 BA......$38,900
02 OkWood 28x52,` BR,2 BA.................$36,900
98 0alood28x5,BR,2 BA...... .........$33,900
01 Like New 2,2BRBAPorAwningndude $19,900
07 General 24x56,3 BR,2 BA"NEW HOME" $49,900
98 Horton28x56,3BR,2 BA................ $39,900
98 Redmon 28x56,3 BR,2 BA ................ $34,900
14x72,3 BR, 2 BA.., $17,900
00 Fleetwood 28x52,3 BR,2 BA.............$29,900
All Homes Include Delivery, Set.Up, ANC, Steps, Plumbing & Skirting

FIXER-UPPER SPECIAL!
I 24x54, 4 BR, 2 BA
"SAVE THOUSANDS"


I Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m., I
Sat. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. I


CAROLE CANNON REALTY
2229 Jim Bush Rd. Bonifay, FL
(8501547-4784* Cell (8501) 951-5682
Carole Cannon, Broker
60 acre wooded hunting tract, creek, small
pond, private, loaded with wildlife $180,000 *
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.coni
tj


STTIE'S COUNTRY REALTY
( *tet BETTIE L. SLAY, BROKER
CboIuntry- (Florida & Alabama)
205 E. North Ave., Bonifay, Florida 32425
(850) 547-3510


6 BR i BA HOME 10 AC POND $189,900-60 ACRES $199,900 10
ACRES REDUCED $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, MH REDUCED $448,250
- 28 ACRES $168,000 -- 2 ACRES HWY. 77 SUNNY HILLS $225,000
-74 AC LAND 3 BR 2 BA DWMH 1455,000--10 AC PRIVATE $226,000.
-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 CHIPLEY $29,900
-. 2 ACRES 1-10 MARIANNA $39.900 -. 10 ACRES WELL SEPTIC,
BARN, OLD MOBILE HOME $79,900-30 ACRES WITH CREEK $160,000
WE GET RESULTS NATIONAL MLS
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Wednesday, November 1, 2006, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 11B


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4 IT'S TIME FOR a
Change. Anyone willing
... to sign a petition and go
to the Govemrnor's office
and Attorney General's
Office concerning any
unfair treatment or repre-
sentation dealing with
Dept. of Children & Fami-
lies, HUD, Tri-Co. or
Food Stamps in Holmes
County or if you know of
anyone aiding and abet-
ting anyone in the Wel-
fare System, please call
Dick Waltonor Joarinn
Ellis Cooey at 547-1493.

HV T

HUGE MULTI FAMILY
SYard Sale, childreris
clothes, toys, furniture &

alty 846 5th St.
MOVING SALE NOV. 3
& 4, Fumiture, household
goods, baby things and
r more. 1325 N Hwy. 79
Bonifay, diagonally
A across from Extreme
Boats.
SBIG BIG YARD sale.
.Ray's Place, Hwy 90,
beFtween Bonifay & Chi-
pley. Sat., Nov. 4. Re-
modeling! "Furniture"
SKnick-knacks, children's
,' clothes, toys, lots& lots!
BIG YARD SALE Fri &
S Sat., Nov. 3 & 4. 8am-
5po. Antiques, furniture,
household, Hwy. 81, 8
miles North of PDL. .
SEMI-ANNUAL 9 mile
Community yard sale,
S Saturday, Nov. 4. 7am-
until. 8 miles North of
Westville, 5 miles South
Sof New Hope on Highway
179A. Hundreds of
items.
CHRISTMAS IN NOV
Huge 3 family yard sale
Nov. 3rd, 41h. 8am-till
Los of Christmas items,
tools, appliances, lots
more. Come see. 180
Son-in-law Rd., Bonifay.
547-5583
YARD SALE FRI & Sat,
Nov. 3 & 4. 883 8th St.,
Chipley. 7am-untl. Name
brand children & adult
clothes excellent condi-
nion assi sizes, jeans.
,,,dressesr.jackets, shoes
purses, new dishes, bed-
spreads, toys, lots of as-
sorted items.
YARD SALE FRIDAY &
Saturday, Nov. 3rd and
4th, 8:00-unlil. 1444
State Park Road, Chip-
ley. Clothes,
housewares, Christmas
decorations, new golf
clubs and lots more.
FAMILY YARD SALE
Saturday. Nov. 4, 8am.ti
1m784 Highway 79S.
Bontfay, FL 32425
VERY NICE TODDLER
boys.' and adult clothes.
Christmas decorations,.


South of ShilohBaptist on
right. r :
YARD SALE FRI 8am-
3pm. 'Saturday A.M.
1638 Jenkins Rd., Boni-
fay.
YARD SALE NOV 4th,
7am-until at Trinity Pen-
tecostal located on Hwy
77 South of Sunny Hills.
YARD SALE NOVEM-
'BER 2nd, 3rd & 4th.


SATURDAY 11/4/2006
7:30am-1:30pm, 896
Highway 277, Chipley,
across from Lane's.
Good stuff. Light fixtures,
TV, some furniture,
Thanksgiving and Christ-
mas decorations, house-
hold items (some new)
books, linens, office sup-
plies, lots of miscella-
neous.
YARD SALE SATUR-
DAY, Nov. 4th 7:30AM till
1:30PM. 900 8th Streert
Chipley, clolhes. books,
furniture, misc. items,
quilts, bed covers.;
YARD SALE NOV 4, 8-
2, 1325 South Weeks
St.. Bonilay. (If it rains, it
will be canceled)
LARGE YARD SALE at
13 Blessed Trinity
Church on 177-A. Lots of
measures! Fri. 3rd, 4th of
Nov. Starting 8am.
MULTI FAMILY, CAMO,
clothes, toys, household
items you name it-we got
it! 1008 S.Creswell 8AM-
? Sat. Look for signs.
MULTI FAMILY YARD


sale. Saturday, Nov. 4. 1/
4 mile East of Bethlehem
School, 8am-until.


ESTATE SALE Lawn
equipment, small appli-
ances, bikes, patio fur-
niture, Christmas deco-
rations, weight set,
household items, Fri &
Sat, Nov. 3rd 8:30-3:00 &
Nov. 4th 8:00-3:001261
Fairway Dr. Chipley.
BIG YARD SALE 303
Redbird Rd., Apt. #9. off
Banfill Ave., Bonifay.
GARAGE SALE NOV 4
Saturday in. Chipley on
Brickyard Rd. South of
Chipley Hospital. Closing
Home. No Sale before
8AM
SAT NOV 4 parking lot
of Sunny Hills Chapel,
(3.5 miles South -of
Wausau) 7am-until.
Bedsets, comforters, lots
of odds & ends, furniture,
etc....
SATURDAY YARD
SALE beside Chavers
.Brock furniture. Execu-
tive desk and chair, elec-
trio range,: mattresses,
kitchen items and much
more.
MULTI-FAMILY YARD
sale. Nov. 4. 681 Main
St., Chipley. 7am, lots of
misc. .
2 FAMILY YARD sale,
Fri. Nov. 3 from 7-until
and Sat. Nov. 4. 7-until
12,00. 610 N. Oklahoma
St., Bonifay.;
YARD SALE FRI Nov 3,
8am-until. Antique buffet.
computer disk, banjo,
bow, jeans, roosters, 90
West, 4,miles from Chip-
ley
5 FAMILY ANNUAL yard
sale. Sat., Nov. 4th. 8:00-
until. 1488 South Blvd.,
Chipley. Furniture,
children's clothes, lots of
toys, jeans jr size 3-13,
shirts small to x-large,
scrubs, shotes size 7-8.,
men's shirts x-large, lots
of miscellaneous items.
HUGE YARD SALE Sat.,
Nov. 4. 8am-uniil. Lots
of Christmas decora-
tions, baby items, & lots
ofmisc. 1164 Brickyard
Rd., Chipley. ,
YARD SALE back yard
sale. Nov. 5th. 8-2. 1530
Orange Hill Rd. Chipley.



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' Cmipany"

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
Chestnut FL AU2837
. ALAU5009 -
EVERY THURSDAY
NIGHT. Marianna Goat
and Sheep Auction
5pm. Misc., goats,
sheep. chickenss ducks,
guineas. Auction Drive,
Marianna.- (850)535-
4006; cell 258-5209.
Jerry Johnson #AU362
AUCTION FARM
EQUIPMENT Saturday,
November 11,2006.9am
CST. Sale Site: 1 mile
East of Greenwood,
Florida on Highway 69
Fort Rd. Consign equip-
ment. Contact John
Stanley 850-594-5200.
John Stanley AU044/
AB491 :*; .
ABSOLUTE AUCTION
HOUSE hias 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 Aucntion Com-
pany. FL Lictc#362;






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


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.
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.
EQE, drug free work-
place.
STAFF OPENINGS
SEVERAL shifts avail-
able at assisted living fa-
cility. Call for more infor-
Smation. 535-4432
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
JERKINS INCORPO-
RATED IN Bonifay is
seeking a A or B CDL
Driver for the Redi Mix
Concrete and Building
Material Industry. Apply
at Bonifay sore.
SECRETARY FOR
, DOCTOR'S office, full-
time. Competitive salary.
Call 547-4771
WANT AN OPPORTU-
NITY with a growing
company? Want to work
hard and be rewarded for
it?, Reed Concrete &
Construction, Inc., in
Bonifay would like to talk
with you. 850-547-5767
METAL ROOFING
COMPANY in need of
Supervisors, Journey-
men, Foremen; Top pay
depending on experi-
q n.c.: Call. 547-1001
ARC WASHINGTON
HOLMES Counties, Inc.
has an opening for Full-
time, temporary, Litter
Pick-Up Instruclor'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 Slop Ca-
,reer Center, 757 Hoyt
Street, Chipley. EOE,
DFWP
PART-TIME PHAR-
MACY Tech/cashier
needed at Bonifay Medi-
cine Shoppe. Apply
within.
FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH of Bonifay is
accepting applications
resumes for the following
positions: Full-time Re-
ceptionist Secretary: Du-
ties will include answer-
ing the telephone, typing
correspondence, and fil-
ing. Must be computer lit-
erate and enjoy working
withteople;
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
Sup 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
EMPLOYMENT OP-
PORTUNITY CHURCH
Secretary position avail-
able. Computer skills and
accounting knowledge
helpful. Contact Bonifay
Methodist Church. 547-
3785
PRESCHOOL
TEACHER NEEDED ex-
perience necessary. Full-
time. 605 South Depot
St., Bonifay, FL 547-


1444


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


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
AVON REPRESENTA-
TIVES NEEDED in Boni-
fay, Chipley, Graceville,
Waus.au, ,Vernon,
Caryville, and Ponce de
Leon. Ask about mini-kit.
Phone 850-547-1640.
Dwayne.Atklns ISR.



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




LOST "BOOTS"
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12B, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, November 1, 2006


FIRST WEDNESDAY
CLOSED: Vernon Library, Wausau Library.
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.-Holmes County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes Council on Aging provides hot
meals and socialization.
10:30 a.m..Chipley Garden Club luncheon/meeting, held
at The Cake Connection. Call 638-2111 for information.
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 in Bonifay. ,
7 p.m.-Depression and Bipolar Support Group-meets at
First Baptist Church educational annex building in Bonifay.
Call 547-4397.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at Ponce
de Leon Methodist Church on Main Street in Ponce de
Leon.
FIRST THURSDAY
8 a.m.-Holmes County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
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.
11:30 a.m.-Friends of the Washington County Library
meeting, held at Chipley Woman's Club building.
12 noon-Holmes County AARPmeeting, held at Holmes
County on Aging Building in Bonifay.
1 p.m.-6 p.m.-Wausau Library open.
4 p.m.-Chipley City Council workshop, held at Chipley
City Hall.
4:30 p.m.-Holmes County Historical Society meeting,
held at Historical Society building, located at 412 Kansas
Ave. in Bonifay.
6 p.m.-TOPS meeting, held at Mt. Olive Baptist Church,
located three miles north of Bonifay on Hwy. 79.
7 p.m.-Ponce de Leon 'City Council meeting.
8 p.m.-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 HwNy. 2 in Hol-
mes County.
FIRST FRIDAY
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes County Libraryopen.
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 story time.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located, if
Chipley) senior li&ifches. for trservatiotis call 638-6217,
donations accepted.
7 p.m. Slocomb TVFW dance until 10 p.m. Music by
the Country Boys. Admission $3; Children 12 and under
free with parents. No smoking or alcohol. Door prizes
and 50/50 giveaways. Refreshments available.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting, held at
Presbyterian Church in Chipley.
FIRST SATURDAY
CLOSED: Wausau Library.
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.-AlcoholicsAnonymous meeting.held at Bethlehem
Masonic Lodge on Hwy. 177 in Holmes County.
FIRST SUNDAY
1 p.m.-Abate of Florida, a Motorcyclist Rights Or-
ganization, meets at 2229 Bonifay-Gritney Road. For
information call 850-548-5187.

Seniors transpo, Lation available
Transportation is being made available to seniors in
Sunny Hills, Greenhead, and Wausau areas.
Washington County Council on Aging has arranged
for transportation one day per week, depending on how
many riders need the service. If you would like to see this
service in your area. please call the Council on Aging of-
fice at 638-6217 or 638-6216. : :
The bus trip will be to Chipley for shopping, paying
bills, etc. As soon as enough requests for service are re-
ceived, arrangements can be made to start the service.
It was 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 inability to donate.





If you, a deceased spouse or parent suffered from any of the fol-
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were advised by a treating doctor that the condition was
a result of cigarette smoking, you may be eligible to file a lawsuit
against big tobacco.
Lung Cancer Esophageal Cancer
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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 Shiloh Baptist Church. Contact church office,
638-1014 or Karma Cook, 638-8418.
FIRST MONDAY
CLOSED: Holmes County Library, Wausau Library,
Vernon 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.
5:30 p.m.-Widows' Support Group meeting, held at
Chuck Wagon Restaurant in Chipley.
6:30-8:30 p.m.-Conversational English classes for inter-
nationals, held at Shiloh Baptist Church. Contact church.
office, 638-1014 or Karma Cook, 638-8418.
6 p.m 7:30 p.m.-Salvation Army Domestic Violence
and Rape Crisis Program (SADVP) will be hosting
a domestic violence support group each Monday. The
meeting will be held at the SADVP Rural Outreach
office at 1461 S. Railroad Avenue, apartment one. in,


Chipley. Call Emma or Jess at 415-5999.
7 p.m.-Esther Masonic Lodge No. 144, Bonifay.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at
Blessed Trinity Catholic Church, located on Hwy. 177A.
Bonifay.
FIRST TUESDAY
CLOSED: Holmes County Library.
9 a.m.-6 p.m,-Chipley Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon Library open,
9 a.m.-Holmes County School Board, District Office.
Pennsylvania Ave. in Bonifay.
9:30 a.m.-4 p.m.-Wausau Library open.
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.,
5:30 p.m.-Widows' Support Group meeting, held at
Chuck Wagon Restaurant in Chipley.
7 p.m.-Westville City Council meeting.
7 p.m.-Esto Town Council meeting.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at Blessed
Trinity Catholic Church, located on Hwy. 177A.
8 p.m.-Narcotics Anonymous meeting, held at Blessed
Trinity Catholic Church in Bonifay.


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