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    Section A: Main: Sports
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    Section A: Main: Continued
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Pumpkin fun
Kids and decorating pumpkins
(and themselves) go together.
For more fun, see the KMS
Harvest Hoedown inside.

Chipley gets grant
The City of Chiplev has re-
ceived a $700.000 Conmunnity
Development Block Grant for
neighborhood revitalization.
The grant would be used for
the wastewater improvements
project to renovate the existing
plant. ith the match from the
City's SRF and Small Counties
Disadvantage Grant.

Chipley man killed
According to the Florida High-
way Patrol. on Nov. 18 a fatal ac-
cident occurred on Scott Road
2.25 miles %\est of Fountain.
James W. Horvath. 49. of
Chipley. was driving a 2006 Ford
F-250 west on Scott Road. As the
vehicle entered a curve it began
to rotate clock ise. Horvath cor-
rected to the left causing a coun-
ter clock ise rotation.
The vehicle went onto the
right shoulder and the right side
of the roof struck a power pole,
breaking it. and then hit a tree.
The vehicle came to a final rest
facing south with all four tires pn
the ground. During the rollover
the driver was thrown to the
right side of the vehicle. As the it
struck the tree, Horvath received
fatal injuries due to direct contact
with the headliner and collapsing,
metal. He was not wearing a seat
belt at the time of the accident,
according to the report.

Convicted drug
dealer sentenced
The Chipley Police Depart-
ment reports that convicted drug
dealer Christopher Tyrone Pitt-
man was sentenced on Novem-
ber 15.
Pittman was charged after he
attempted to elude an under-
cover in% estieaior and led police
on a high speed chase through
Chiple. and eventually bailed
out of his car on Pecan Street.
Chipley Police Officers then lo-
cated a large amount of cocaine
and scales in Pittman's vehicle.
: Pittman was positively iden-
tified by police officers as the
same individual that an under--
cover investigator had, only one-
and-a-half months earlier, seized
a large amount of cash from. Pitt-
man at that time stated to officers
that the seized money was 'drug
money.'
Chief Kevin Crews said, "Pit-
tman was a major figure in the
illegal drug trade and frequented
our area on a regular basis to sell
drugs to our citizens. Pittman's
arrest and sentencing has greatly
affected the drug flow and avail-
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Orange Hill Volunteer Fire
Department was on the scene
Saturday afternoon when the
call came in of a vehicle fire on ..
Bush Road off Sunday Road. .. "
When firefighters arrived the. .
found a Jeep Cherokee full en-
gulled. The occupants were out
enjoying dri% .ig the Cherokee.
which was purchased just tmo
days before. They sa*% smoke .
coming from under the hood
and immediately exited the ve-
hicle. Efforts to open the hood
%%ere unsuccessful and despite
the efforts of nearby residents
the vehicle %as soon ablaze.
Firefighters made quick work
of the fire but the Cherokee
was a total loss. There were no
injuries in the fire.


Woman's Club celebrates 85th anniversary


The Chipley Woman's Club
celebrated its 85th anniversary
Sunday, November 23 with a tea
at its historic clubhouse on 5th
Avenue.
According to the history of
the Wofnan's Club, on March
24,1921 Mrs. E.L. Alford, presi-
dent of Chipley's School Im-
provement Association, invited
the women of Chipley who were
interested in fonning a woman's
club to attend a meeting to be
held for that purpose. There was
a unanimous vote at this meet-
ing to. establish the club, with
the School Improvement As-
sociation going into the club as
the Education Department. At
the April 21 meeting of the new
organization, 60 names were put
on the first roll, and Mrs. W.C.'
Lockey was elected the first club
president..
The club was incorporated on
October 18, 1929; and in 1921
Tom Langston, the builder of
many of early Chipley homes,
constructed the clubhouse on
property donated by Mr. And
Mrs. 'Charles Dunn, Sr. As a
result of research undertaken by
the club, the building was listed
in the National Register of His-
toric Places in 1997.
Early service projects of the
Woman's Club included planting
the palm trees beside the railroad
tracks in downtown Chipley;
securing a city ordinance
against chickens roaming the
streets; sponsoring a street car-


Club President Elaine Chadwell greets guests.


nival celebrating the opening of
Chipley's paved streets in 1922;
sponsoring a hookworm eradi-
cation program in the county (a
serious health problem well into
the 20th century); and underwrit-
ing at a cost of $350, two weeks
additional school term to ensure
school accreditation.
An ongoing project of the
Chipley Woman's Club from
the early 1930s to the present
has been the establishment and
support of a public library. In
February, 1934, club minutes
record the formal opening of a
library under the sponsorship of
the Woman's Club in the former


office of the newspaper, The Ver-
dict, in the building located on
the Fifth Street adjacent to the
old City Hall.
In 1988 the organization-
of the Friends of Washington
'County Library was selected as
the club's Community Improve-
ment Program, and the organiza-
tion continues today as a support
group for the county library sys-
tem, providing funding, volun-
teers, and community support.
Another longtime project of
the Woman's Club has been
the award of a scholarship .to

See CLUB, page 3A


,ntinuing the Chipley Banner"
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County Board.

approves

backing

hospital loan
The new Washington County
Board of County Commissioenrs
approved supporting Northwest
Florida Community Hospital's
efforts to obtain a Small Busi-
ness Administration loan for $1.2
million.
Commission Chairman Jerry
Sapp and new Commissioners
Eddy Holman and Joel Pate
voted in favor of the landlord and
leassor agreements described in
the Weekend Edition. Commis-
sioners Ronnie Finch and Don-
nie Strickland voted against the
measures. Part of the loan would
be used as a match for a $1.5 mil.
lion grant.
Sapp was elected chairman.
and Strickland was elected vice
chairman.


Dozier teacher's

aide arrested

for sex offense
A 29-year-old female teach
er's aide from Chipley has been
charged with a sex offense with
a 16-Near-old male teen housed
at Dozier School For Boys in
Marianna.
The Jackson County Floridan
reported that Sheretha Lavone
Paramore was arrested Friday
morning by Chipley Police De.
apartment. She was later, transg
ferred to Nlarianna authorities.
Paramore is charged \with hav
ing unlawful sexual activity with
a minor.
Staff allegedly failed to file an
incident report, although a super.
visor was aware of letters with
sexual content Paramore alleg-
edly sent to the teen. The letters
allegedly disappeared from the
victim's file. The boy reportedly
revealed the sexual conduct to
investigators.
One of Paramore's co-workers
admitted to delivering one of the
six letters.
The Department of Juvenile
Justice, which oversees Dozier
School, asked Marianna police
in September to launch an inves-
tigation into alleged misconduct
by Paramore. The Florida De.
apartment of Law Enforcement is
also involved.
Paramore is employed by
the Washington County School
Board. She has worked at Dozier
about two years. The investiga-
tion centers around alleged in-
cidents dating from May of this
year.
Paramore has been on paid
administrative leave since early
October, when the Marianna Po-
lice Department was first brought
into the case.









2A, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, November 22, 2006
Library Bright Futures Tree
Anyone can have an opportunity to become part of
Holmes County history by making a donation for a com-
memorative leaf to be placed on the Bright Futures Tree.
Tlie wall tree will be located in the new Children's Pro-,
gram Building. This is a wonderful way to honor loved
ones or that special person. The engraved leaves and tree
q. will be a permanent feature in the building.
::Donations will be; Bronze leaf $50, Silver leaf $75,
-- Brass leaf.- $100. Donations are significant and vitalto
the ongoing projects at the Children's Program Building.
4 : Call 547-3573-for more information


Amanda and Steven Campbell with Crickett Anne
under the tree in the parking lot where Crickett'was
born at the corner of Pate Pond Road and County
Road 280.

Crickett Anne Campbell
Crickett Anne Campbell was born Sept. 12 in the front
seat of a 2002 Che' rolet Impala in the parking lot of an
abandoned convenience store at the corner of Pate Pond
Road and County Road 280 in Washington County.
Crickett. who was eventually transported to Bay Medi-
cal Center in Panama City. weighed six pounds. eight
ounces and w\as 17 and one-half inches long.
She is the daughter of Steven and Amanda Campbell
of Cary\ ille.
Her grandparents are Jackie Campbell, of Caryville
and Cheryl and Charles Witthrow of Vernon and the late
Richard Kuechler.
She \was welcomed home by her sister Riley Rose and
brothers. Joseph and Gage. as well as her Aunt Jazmyn
Campbell and Uncle Tyler Campbell.


Region III career Fair
Chipola Regional Workforce Development Board Re-
gion [I Career Fair will hold a career fair on Wednesday,
December 6, at the Eastside Baptist Church, located on
Highway 90 East in Marianna.
:Students from Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson, Liberty and
Washington counties will attend and be able to obtain ca-
reer information. Local employers and business owners
ari encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to
share information about their fields with the workforce of
toihorrow. The students will be in attendance from 8 a.m.
until Noon. If you would like more information or are
interested in participating, please contact Robbie Bazzell
at (850) 638-1180. extension 343. ,


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of the holiday to sit alone and think of
l the many things for which we should
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Kris Kringle Market
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sor the Kris Kringle Market at Geneva County Farm
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406 S. Commerce Street, Geneva, Ala.. 36340. Include,... .. .
your name. btisiness name, category (arts/crafts: food 1'5-
and address. Vendor booths are $15 per day. No refunds .
no guaranteed sales. no judging. Event to be held rain or
shine. Set up time starts at 5:30 a.m. on Saturday.
For more information, contact Rhonda at 334-684-
6725 or 334-684-2288, or email rjkstone@yahoo.com.

'The Nutcracker'
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General: $6.00; Reserved: $8.00.
This year's performances will include guest artists
from Dance Alive National Ballet of Gainesville. Dance
Alive is one of the most distinguished and creative ballet
companies in the southeast. For additional information ,
call, Bonita Deck at 850-643-9808. k


Tuesday's games
Boys
*Walton 75, Holmes
County 52: Freshman
James Towery hit seven
three-pointers and scored
21 points to lead Walton
past Holmes County in the
Braves' Tipoff Classic.
Girls
*Florida High 49, Ponce
deLeon 46: Lacey Griffin
scored 14 points and Mary
Howes had 12, but PdL fell
in a close game in its sea-
son opener.
*Chipley 62, Vernon
21: Sherina Gonzalez
scored 20 points to lead the
Lady Tigers over Vernon.
Jatara Hogans and Shanida
Thomas both added 12
points.
*Mosely 60, Holmes
County 52: Tanesha Mid-
dleton scored 19 points and
grabbed seven rebounds to
lead Mosely over Holmes


County. The Lady Devil
JVs, beat Mosely earlier
37-27.
Friday's games
Girls,
*Chipley 69, Marianna
45: Sherian Gonzalezz had
20 points as Chipley went
3-0 for the season. Teanna
Hill had 19 points and and
Shanida Thomas has 16
points and 10 rebounds.
Jatara Hogans had nine
points. Chipley won the JV
game 32-12.
College polls
FCCAA Women's Bas-
ketball Poll as of Novem-
ber 14: It. Chipola: It. Gulf
Coast; 3. Okaloosa-Wal-
ton; 4. Tallahassee; 5. Day-
tona Beach; 6. FCCJ; 7.
Miami-Dade; 8. Pensacola;
9. Central Florida: and 10.
Indian River.
NOTE: It means a tie
for first in the poll.


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Wednesday, November 22,2006, Washington County News, 3A


CLUB ...... .
Continued from page 1A :
4L. I


a Chipley High School
i senior to attend Chipola
College. The first scholar-
ship was awarded in 1971
in the amount of $50, and
through the years has. in-
creased to many times that
amount.
The major .fund raising
events currently spon-
sored by the club are the
Christmas Tour of Homes
and the Kirby Holt Floral
Design Show.
The Junior Woman's
Club was organized as a
'department of the Woman's
Club in the mid-1940's and
continued until its merger
%%with the Woman's. Club
:,of Chipley in 1960. The'
junior club reorganized in
the fall of 1991 and be-
came a federated club in
May of 1992.
In 1964 the Youth


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Members and guests enjoyed mingling at the tea Sun-
day afternoon.


Services Department of
Woman's Club organized
the Little Woman's Club,
comprised of Chipley
High School girls, whom
members of the Woman's
Club individually sponsor.
The name has since been
changed to Juniorettes.
The Woman's Club of


Williams pleads pre-trial hearing on Jan. 18,
2007.
not guilty to The body of DeFuniak
murder charge Springs resident Susan L.
Dykes was found in Lake
The man accused of kill- Dykes was. found in Lake
g a Walton Cou wo- Cassidy in Holmes County
h on Oct. 7.
an and dumping he r, ,,h sa"da the
in. a' Holmes CountV Ie ..Wie a Iarrest
i... ..... -W.. .......iW'illiarn arrest-
fast month has pleaded not ,-,
miltiu t.o th murder chnry that wassuspected of.


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brought against him just
days after the body was
found.
Kirk D. Williams en-
tered his plea during an
arraignment Tuesday. He
was appointed a public
defender, attorney Lenny
Platteborz. and is set for a


DRUGS
Continued from page 1A

availability of drugs in
Chipley".
Crews also said that
he wants the citizens' of
Chipley to realize that the
successful prosecution of
this case and many other
cases is due to the hard
work and dedication of
Barbara Finch, assistant
state attorney. "Barbara
works timelessly on these
cases and gives each case


hitting Dykes in the head
w ith a blunt object at her
home. then driving her
body to .the lake. He is
accused of tying concrete
blocks to her and using an
aluminum boat to transfer'
her body into the water.;
Authorities also 'said


-. '

Christopher Tyrone
Pittman

the attention and effort
they deserve Crews said.


Chipley has played an
important role in the devel-
opment of Chipley. From.
the beginning in 1921 to
the present, the Woman's
Club-Chipley's oldest
civic club-has dedicated
itself to service to the com-
munity. That service was
honored Sunday.


Williams was in posses-
sion of Dykes' car. and
that it allegedly contained
evidence of the murder.
Williams was already in
jail on an unrelated charge
-when investigators devel-
.oped hip os.. in
.the Dykio a,_,, i u
Smoke alarms
SThe Chipley Fire De-
partment is' offering free
smoke alarms to local
residents. Applicants must
stop by the Chipley Fire
Department at 1430 Jack-
son Avenue and pick up a
form to request the smoke
alarm,.


Pittman was sentenced
by Circuit Judge Allen
Register and received sev-
en-and-a-half years in the
Florida Dept. of Correc-
tions and two-and-a-half
years of State-supervised
probation upon his release.
Crews said that, "Judge
Register and Assistant
State Attorney, Barbara
Finch are tough on crime
and we as the -citizens of,
Chipley are fortunate to
have them handling our
cases."


Chamber of Commerce
Executive Directoir Ted
Everett "directs traffic" as
the ribbon is cut to open
Chipley's newest business.
Comfort Inns and Suites.
1140 Motel Drive, located
at 1-10 and Hwy. 77 re-
cently opened for business
in Chipley.
They are a full service
hotel with king and double
guest rooms, suites and
whirlpools suites, free
wireless and wired high
speed Internet connection.
fitness center, free business
center, free deluxe conti-
nental breakfast. micro-
waves and refrigerators in
every room, and free USA
Today paper on % eekdays.
.Owners are D.K. and
Jay Bhakta. Mahesh Shah.
Sampat Patel, and hIdu
Banker. Manager D.K.
Bhakta said "Come by and
check out our special rates
for the holidays."
The new motel is one of
the largest building projects
in Washington County in
recent years. According


Owners are D.K. and Jay Bhakta, Mahesh Shah.
Sampat Patel, and Indu Banker.


to information from the
Washington County Build-
ing Office, the project was
.an estimated $1.93 mil-
lion.
General contractor was
G.R. Harvill. Inc. of Mo-
bile. AL.. and the architect
was Larry Bishop & Asso-
ciates of Brandon, MS.
The 54-room facility
was approved for recom-
mendation by the Chipley


Featured in Tour of Homes
The Carter Home, at 1155 Piney
Grove Road, Chipley, is featured in the
Tour of Homes on Sunday. December 3.
This traditional Georgia-red brick home
was designed by the owners. Ira and Beth
Carter, and was custom-built by Guy Ta-
tum and Associates in 2001 on five acres
of farmland.
The home has both formal and tradi-
tional areas and custom features such as a
marble foyer, granite countertops. crown
molding, chair-rail, and oak flooring. The
10'x52' back porch looks out over the
Falling Waters and Orange Hill vistas that
this area is so prominent for.
The Carter home/ has an inordinate
number of windows which support an out-


Planning and Zoning Board
on June 17, 2004, and was
approved by Chipley City
Council on July 13, 2004.
The motel is 30,723
square feet and two-stories
high.
For more informa
tion or to make reser
vations. call 415-1111
or visit the website:
wwwv.choicehotels.com/
hotel/FL751.


standing view of our rolling hills. There
are five Christmas trees throughout, as
well as other Christmas favorites.

The annual Christmas Tour of Homes
sponsored by The Woman's Club of
Chipley is scheduled for Sunday. Dec. 3
beginning at 1 p.m. until 5 p.m. The tour
begins at the Woman's Clubhouse located
at 607 Fifth Street. Chipley. there will be
tour maps and refreshments available.
Tickets are $5 and may be purchased in
advance from a Woman's Club member or
by calling 638-8889 or 638-5550. Tickets
may also be purchased at the Clubhouse on
the day of the Tour. Six beautiful homes
will be featured on the tour and each will
be fully decorated for Christmas.


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November 16, 2006 '
To the Residents of Sunny Hills and Washington County,
There is going to be an election in Sunny Hills for different offices of
the Civic Association. An application was posted in our newsletter for the
people to fill out. Whoever wanted to run for office and on this application
there was a cut-off date of November 17, 2006 which is when the last apoli-
,cation will be accepted. It seems that the president of the Civic Association
Ms. Janet Jones, and the M.S.B.U. Coordinator Glen Zanetic have decided to
change the rules for this election by having one application removed from
the balloting because they said the deadline was the night of the Civic As-
sociation November meeting. It just so happens there are two people run-
ning for office that have been on the M.S,B.U. advisory board for the past 5
years and according to the by-laws they can only be on tor three years. So
if this the case, then their names should be removed from the balloting as
well. These two people cannot arid should not be allowed to do whatever
they feel like. This is your community. It's time to take it back from the in-
dividuals.
How can any election be fair when people like this change the rules to
suit themselves..
Below is a copy of said application with date.
Sincerely,
S. Zurica

Committee Position Interest

I, am officially submitting my name for election to the position
of in the December 2006 elections for a term of 2 years. I also
understand that by submitting my name, I am accepting the responsibilities associated to the
position and will actively participate with the board.
Membership Committee Activities Committee Architectural Review Committee Parks Committee
Please note: All persons considered for a position must be a registered Association Member prior to the
November meeting. A resume detailing nominated persons experience and/or qualifications mlut be sub-
mitted by November 17th to the board. All submitted resumes will be published in the December newslet-
ter for residents to review prior to the December election.


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4A, Washington County News, Wednesday, November 22, 2006

K HAR' V Sl ISD......


Kate M. Smith Kindergarten students dressed as
farmers, (scarecrows, fruits or vegetables recently for a
Harvest Hoedown. With help from parents and teachers,


students measured out ingredients to make harvest trail
mix, learned a harvest song, learnedhow to square dance
and had their face painted.


.-After having their picture,taken, the students had fun
making frames to put-it in. They also decorated their
own pumpkin to take home with them. i


It's time once again for key. First you wash the turkey next store. It might be the best Turkey
our second grade classes you cook it last you take it out final that you have ever sen. It might be,
r econd gradeto cooklasses you let it cool off. juicy or moist. By Madison Kent
to teach us how tocook a Octavia Massaline How to
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Moms and dan s, please Nathanael How to cook a tur- ite food to eat. Turkey is yummy
M ms and das, plse key. I love to cook but Ilobe tocook mmmm delishish. This is how you
be warned: the recipes turkey the most. Rite now I will tell cook a turkey you clean the turkey.
are printed exactly as we you somethings about cooking a Put the turkey in the oven. Check
received them turkey. The first thing I will tell you on the turkey and see if is done.
Sine turkey is p lar is were you get the turkey. I would When the turkey is done Nou can eat
Since turkey is popular by the turkey. Some people hunt it. You have thanksgiven., Then-all
throughout the holiday the turkey. The second thing I well your friends come. '
season, some of the letters tell you is about when you cook the Kinsey Register Hey I want to
will run is weektohelp turkey M family grills the turke., tell you how to cook a rurkey My
Wil run this week to help Thethird thig' I ll tell .ou is thatit mom goes to the store and buys
prepare. for Thanksgiv- must be a good turkey. a turkey then she gets it out. My
ing, and the others will Desiree How to cook a turkey mom puts it in the pot and cooks. It
next week to giveyou fist you have to buy t turkey then smells trifis. My mom takes it out
run next week to give you you have to cook It then you can Let of the crockpot I say it srniells mm
ideas for that Christmas It set. I like eating turkey. It tastes goods my dad carves the turkeys my
turkey! good to eat. But it is mean to kill dad puts it on my plate and I can not
e a TurkeN. After it is done %,e lei it wait to eat it. Mi mom sa.swe have
Asset then 'e make mash pototes and to say the prarn Turkey is my favor-
WKate M. Smith drink. itefood it )u lk it.l agree \with\ou
*Felicia Kirkland's class Olivia Davis How to cook a tur- By Kinsey Register
Caitlin Page Granger How to key. I would like to share with you Christian Strickland How to
cook a turke\. Firit you have to the steps to cool: a turkey. The first cook a turkey h firstt youhiae to kill
buy the turkey. Next you have to step to cook a turkey is you have.to a turkey then you have to clean it.
tak it out of the bag. Then you have buy it. Then you have to season it. Then you have td turn on the oven
to cook it for 100 degrees 1 Hour. Then and if'you want you can put with the turkey in the oven. Then
Last Nou gather our farmih and \ou sauce on it you can put any tipe of wait to eat the turkey. that's how
aTharnksgiving and :ou eatit. sauce on it But I like ketchup with to cook a turkey. It taste good: It
Ethan Edenfield Buy the tukey my turkey I can smell the delightful smells delicious.
first. Wash the tukey on second. Stuf turkey cooking in the oven. And rey Thurman How to cook a
the tukey third. Bake the turkey for "hen it comes out of the oven it turkey. The frist'thing you need to
2 minutes at 30 degrees. Dress the taset yummy. do is sok the turke.l in the season.
turkey fifth. Grace Gilbert How. to cook a And while )ou are seasoning itn ou
Robert How to cook a turkey. turkey. To cook a turkey you have can get the o% en hot. While the tur-
You'Ta First su'ibu\ it. second %ou to kill it first, and then you have to key is cooking you can smell it and
put spice on i an-d eif n -',c6oktr- peal the'eathers off n. And theniyou i..t mettlsgtJ o atrbe tit smell
'for 32 to 36 16 m enui.ei'hekf- ern.'oTn'"he o.en fr 19 mu6it'good to \oui .Te ou get out of
Katie Ussery Ho% to cook a tur- rutes. And then you let it cool The the oCen ou bhaet to carve it and
ke. First ash the turkey Second rurke% taste just like chicken. Be- I do not like my turkey dry' I like it
put spice onit. Thered stuff the tur- tf.ore you put the rurke,, in the osen juicy do you. B\ Trey Thurman
key. Fith cook the turkey for 3 hours. you hase to turn the "oen on W hen Ansleigh W:alters Ho% to cook
Sixth put the oven on 19 depes. I smell the turkey cooking I want a turkey. When ',ou cook a turkey
Rebecca Hobbie How to cook a to go ahead and eat it then. I like the first step is to get out a pan to
turkey First \ou get a turkey Sec- it when you grill it. I like the ;smell cook with The second step is to get
ond you -nash it third you dress it grilling. When you are done you out the most delicous stuff to make
and spicy stuff on it. forth ou bake have to make sure you have salted the turkey with. You may get the
it 30 minutes on hot. and peppered it. by Grace Gilbert stuff that has white meat in it or you
Chris Harrington Hon to cook Nathan Gloser How' to cook a may get it dark meat. The third step
a turkey First you hase to put sea- turkey. If you %am to cookaturke', is to put it in the osen and set the
song on the turkey. Second you this is how you cook it. Before timer. The fourth step is to eat it and
have to put it in the for 10 degrees you cook you will need' some salt, have a great turkey meal!'
for 10 hours. Third you have to pepper and a big turkey. While it's Sony Ward How to cook a
dress the turkey. cooking it will smell good. After turkey. The first step is to let the
Sierra Donaldson How to cook you cook it, it will taste good. This oven get hot. Then you can season
a turkey You have to by it first. Now is by Nathan Glover. a flavor on it. My favorite is eating
you hase to take it out of the pack- Laury Grace Hinson How to the turkey when it is ready. I love
'age. Nok put it on a pnj. And put it cook a turkey by: Lauryl Grace to eat a turkey. After the turkey is
on for 1 hour and ISOcdugrece. Then Hinson. Hellow n,. name is Lau- done we eat it. But the best thing I
put it onr a big plate. No, put it on ryl Grace Hinson. I would like to like to put on a turkey is sause. By:
the table. Last. oou eat it! tell you how I can cook a turkey. Sony Ward
Eluijuah How to cook a turkey First I would go and kill the turkey. Kristen Williams Hov. to cook
First buy the turkey. Next you wash When the rurl:ey is cooking it smells a Turkey. Frust you go to Wall manrt
the turkey then you turn on the oven incredible. You should smell [t \ou and get the turkey'meat thet you go
on 140 degrees for 1 hour. The will love it very much. Oh, yeh be- home and cut the fat off of it then
next when it is done take it out of for the turkey starts cooking I clean you put it in the oven for 19 mninits..
the oven. Then cut it up. The next it off then put t in the pot. After the Then you take it out then you wat
pickup your fork, final and eat turkey is finished cooking I ill eat for it to cool off then you eat it.
Tucker Martin How to cook a i. It is very tasty. You should try it, Then when you you are done you,
Turkey First clean the turkey. Next you will love it. put it up.
cook the turkey. Then' take it out. 'Tripp Hodges How to cook a Kameron Hooks How to cook
After that you cut it up. You put it in Turkey. You have to go keil the tur- a turkey. the firs thing you haft to
the uven for one hour. Last you eat key first. Then you have to clean it. do is buy it from the store or some
the turkey. Then you have to put it in the oven where else. And when y ou bu\ the
Phillip Justice How to cook a and tren it on. Yummy that turkey is turkey from Walmart you haft to
turkey. Frist put it in the oven. Next delicaus. And that is how you cook cook the turkey. And sometimes I
put the spices and put the tempera- a Turkey. by Tripp Hodges semell it while it is cooking on the
ture on high for 1 Hour. Then take it Caleb Hutching How to cook stove and that's why it smells good.
out' and let it cool off. Last put salt a turkey. When you cook a turkey An when it is done my mom puts
and peeron it; you have to keil it first. Then you some season sauce on the turkey
Kim Butler How to cook a have to clean the turkey. Then you and it makes it semil better.
Turkey. 1. First you clean the Tur- have to put it in the oven and tren Brenden Rogers How to cook a
key. 2. Next you dress the Turkey it on, Then you have to carve it. turkey. HI cook a turkey. First I go
3. Then you cook the turkey about Then make it delicious. And that is ,to the store and buy the turkey then
3 hour and the tempercher is about how you cook a turkey. By Caleb I take it home and take the turkey
150 degrees. 4. Last you can eat the Hutching out of the bag and I start to cook the
Turkey. Dallas Jones How to cook a turkey. When the turkey is all done
Tevin How to cook a Turkey. turkey. Step 1 stuff the turkey step we get ready to eat the turkey all up!
First you buy it. Next you stuff it 2 cook the turkey step 3 season the The reason why I like thanksgiving
Then you cook it for 2 minutes at turkey step. 4 eat the turkey. When because we eat turkey! by Brenden,
100 degrees. After you eat it with I smell the turkey it smells delicious. Jacob Arnolt How to cook a tur-
your family. I love eating turkey, It is one of my key. I like to cook a turley because
Kylee Rhodes How to cook a favorite foods. When you eat the it is' good, my Mom ad Dad say
turkey. First you buy the turkey turkey it taste like chicken. My it is yummy, you can cook it your
Next you stuff the turkey then you mom carves the turkey. With some Mom and Dad can help you. By
put it in the oven for 1 hours 50 de- season it will taste delicous. I hope Jacob Arnolt
grece. Last you join your family and. you like turkey to. I eat two or three
have a Thanksgiving. pieces. By Dallas Jones *Angie Richter's class
Laurana how to cook a turky. Madison Take the turkey and YusufBinmahfooz How to cook
You have to go buy it. Thin you thole it out the next day. You can a Turkey. Every year my mom gets
have to cook it. cook it for 12 minits. decorate it and eat it to. Mmmm a turkey from Walmart. She takes it
Poot it on the tadl and eat it. yummy. You can put the turkey on home and puts it in a big pot. She
C J Cauilk Honw to cookr a Tur- the grill. You might get it from the puts foil on top of it and puts it in


the fridge. Dad cooks our' turkey.
He takes the guts out and puts stuff
onit. He puts it in the oven..Then
we eat it.
Cara Griffin How to. cook a
Turkey. I go hunting for my iuntke..
Then I take it's guts out. I don't
stuff it. Then I put salt and pepper..
Then I put it in the oen. I'm going
to put in their for 30 minits I like
Thanksgi% ing. ;
Sydni Lowery How to cook.
a Turke\. NI family goes to my
grandma's house for Thanksgiving.
E\er\ time my mornm buys the tur-
key. We put it in the oven for30 min.
and take it out and then it is done.
Shantel Inez Marie Heltqn
How to cook A Turkey. How do you
get a turkeyy. I go to the store and
by a huge turkey. We bring it home.
Put the turkey' in the freezer. Then
take it out put it on the counter let it
sit there. Pick it up put it in the osen
keep it in there for 10 hole hours.
Take it out do ishoit enter and eat it.
Trent Walters How do you
make a Turkey I wint with, my
DaDe and He lete me sout a tarky
with a 727 sote gun. Then we clucte
the skin off then ise put out the guts
arid then we put out the neck out,
and then % e put out The Kiny. Then
%ne stuffte pice ue Hot sauce and it
was gpod
Brittany Nicole Usery Hois
'E\er. year my morn goes to Piggly
Wiggly and buys. a turkey. Me and
my mom take the guts out I put salt
anrd pepper on iL.Then.ie bake'u in
^ t ., 9,e ,tW-,_.i .,Ji .b.l .s~ag^ dpota-
toes, purnkin'pie. and dressing.
David Paramore How to cook
a Turkey. My mom goes to the store
and buys a 15 pound Turkey. She,
puts it in the freezer till it is Thanks-
giveing morning. Every Thansgiv-
ing I see all my cusins and I wauch
movies at the Davis Camp. We go
to the Davis camp on Thansgiving
to.eat turkey and have fun.,
Aaron Gates Me and my Papa
ssent hunnng far a' Turkey in the
noods \Ve cut the guts out. We
cook it for 50 minutes in a oven.,
Hannah Blum How to Cook
A. Turke. \Ve go to Piggl% Wiggly.
Then ne bring it home Then %\e put
it in the freezer. Then we put it on
the counter. Then we pull out the
lizzers and gizzers. Then we put it
in the o en for 10 hours. Then we
get it out and we eat it with mashed
potatoes and butter.
Shayna Nedlinger How To
Cook A TurkeN. Eoer ;,ear %e go to
the store to bu\ a turkey. MNI monm
buNs a 15 pound turkey. We bring it
home and %%e roast it It looks like.
a chicken. She puts salt and pepper.
'We take the guts out, we bake it in
the oven. I eat it with mash'potatoes
and gravey.
Nathan Crawford How To
'Cook A Turkey. On Thanks Giving
day mn mnama goes to Wal-mart and
she buys a turkey and she cooks
it. She roasts it in the oven at 300
degreess and we eat it with mashed
potatoes and gr:ae.
Angel Thompson Ho%% To Cook
A Turkey., M inmom goes to Piggly
\\'iggly and buys a turkey. Then we
go home and put it in the freezer.
Then when it is.lime to cook the
turkey'my mom seasons it then she
salts and peppers it. Then she bakes
it tor t%'o hours It is fun baking a
turkey!. .
Jeremy My dad kills a, turkey
evr ear. MN\ mom cooks a turkey
and we butter it?
Hailey McClain How To C6ok
A Turkey. WhereT get a'Turkey is at
Wal-Mart Then 'se lease and go to
the house and we put it in the freezer.
And when we w6n't to eat my mom
lets itth'ought out and then my mom
cooks it. And my mom season's it
with salt and pepper. And it tastes
good when it is already cooked. My
mom set it for five hours. My mom
stuffs it with pine apples. And we
clean it with water.
Rickina Williams How To
Cook A Turkey. Where do you get
your turkey from? We get our turkey


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from the store then we bring it home
to cook My monrmma stuffs the tur-
key % ith pineapples then she puts it
in the o en She does not like to fry
her turkey.
Christopher Wolfe How To
Cook A Turkey. E rey year my holl
family comes to my home. We cook
the turkey fer about 5 minits. Then
we cook a nuter turkey. We cook it
.for 6 nunits Some years we eat a
another turkey with salt or pepper.
Some tiims we even hunt turkeys.
.Beau Harden How To Cook a
turkey You can shoot a turkey and
cut it's hed off pull the guts out: You
put it in the refrigerator. Take it out
cook it and eat the turkey. '*-
Colby James Every year my
mom goes to Wall Mart to buy a tur-
key. She puts it the uven aind sets it
on 103 tranuts. And then we eat it.
Gideon Massey My dad shot a
Turkey and brings it home. WalMart
and' Piggly Wiggly have Turke ys
that we could bye. My mom is but-
tering the Turke.

*Delia Peel's class
Tiana How to cook A,turkey.
These are four steps to cooking a
turkey. First you go buy a 'turkey.
Next, ) ou season it and bake it.,
Then, you stuff it. Last, you and
your family eat it.
R an There are three steps to
cooking a turkey. First you go to the
piggly wiggly and buy the turkey.
Second you put the turkey in a .pot
and,turnithe oyehain'oldi Iasia'Idu
eat the c0]d,,urkxe.,. w word hLai
Chase Boyett This is howi'I
would bake a turkey. First I buy the
biggest turkey WalMart has. I take
the turky home cleans it I season
and stuff it I put the turky in the
oven with pride. I bake it a wile: I
then check it only to discover I for-
got to turn the oven on she turns the
oven ON. I bake the turkey again go
outside to play with my sister. My
mom help us get a bathg feeds us,
tucks us in bed and kisses us good-
night. Suddenl.r. I remember the
turkey. I run to the stove, opens the
oven door smoke boils out filling
the house DEAD TURKEY!!! call-
craterer order: 1 turkey
Jessy Ther are, four steps to cook
a Turkey. First, you go to walmart
and buy a turkey. Second-you take
it home. Thrid you put all the cese-
nens that you need to put on it Forth
you Bake the turke.
Chris First, you go to piggle
wiggle to make a turkey Second,
you do put it in a pan. Last, yo~u
cut it up thin you server it to your
family.
O'Neal I like my turkey fride
and giving to my family and friends
at thanksgiving. We wud have
greens, cabisn mash potato saled.:
Job Step one, You get a turkey.
Step two. sou cook it and thin you
hut some sesing salt on it step three,
you put a little bit more sezining bak
on it thin you eat it. that's how you
make a turkey.'
Justin Spivey Was too cook a,
turky. Than are three steps to koking
a turky first you go by it second you
tar the'raper and then y ou get out the
pan and then you.lay the turkey on
the pan and then turn the oven on
and then poot the turky in the ovin.
Seth FIST YOU THROW THE
TURKY IN THE OVEN. SECOND
YOU DRESS THE TURKY WITH
A WOMEN SOOT LAST YOU
GET A GALIN OF SOLT AND
PEPER AND GET JERMX and.
SEE IF IT HAS JERMS. -
Savannah There are three steps.
to cooking a turky first, you buy it
second, you put in the oven. Last,
you serve.
Abbie Bridges How to cook a-
turkey. fist you need turkey. Then
you home the turkey and you get
a pan you need to put the turkey,
in The pan and you need to get The'
oven and put turkey in the oven'
and you set it'to 60 min and when"
ti don you fast tack it and put ont
The Tadly.
Katrina I will go to walmart and


IT'S TURKEY TIME!!!!


get a turkey. And I willbut turkey in
the bath. Had I x ill dress the turkey.
How to cook a Tukey..
Eric There are three steps to
cooking a turkey First you goto
walmart and buy a turkey, you bake
.the turkey in the oven you serve
the turkey.. '.
i:. Hanna How to.cook a' turkey.
First. You buy a rukey. Second, You
eat the rukey by .our self. Third.
You get seconds.
i.Hunte~ .Hw to ,cook a Turky.
First, you massage the turkeys feet.
Then you gie her a bubble bath
then she says help me put on.my
bathe ro\e And ,Sunday I have 'to
help, here put- on on, her Sunday
dress andI don't have any wish use
,ok maby I .jhave some! .
.Kaylie .First, you half to go to
the store and buy a turkey. Next, you
got to give hem a bathe theunclean
out the bath rub then you take his
hat off and put him on a pan don't
put ice! You need to bake him.,Last
check him and cut his head off and
putit in the trash And then, take a
piece and then sure. I love mom,
and Dad That ,%as good BaBy. My
name Kas lie Bro n .
Jasmine MNl \\a first, you buy
a turkey at piggl nsiggly. Second
you cut it up. Last but not least you
cook it and.serve it.

*Linda Pigott's class
James Clark Cooking a Turkey
.,j1,'mom and I' go o .ValMartn and
tb y -;the bigiste rurki,Iy.NWe gb1hame
.4Wd t"akoff the plaiticon theu ttkas.
T)Fn w. cut off the legs and Then
:urn on the osen. We put it;on,,122
degrees. Then %e call my uncle,
aunt. cousins. Grandma. Grandpa
to;.ome ,overto eat. Do you want'to
come and eat? .
Jayde ,Collins Cooking A Tur-
key Dad, and., gp to WalMart. We
try tp. find a joice turkey. Not dark
meet oln) white meet. Ifwedo0my
granma starts,.sneezing. We take it
home When. we reach .home we
sash.it. Then we pull the gizird out
\\e set the oven for 324. My uncle
:ppts buder aIot of-it, on top of the
turkey. We coqk~it for .l0ments. We
season it nith a lot of salt. We eat'
rmasht ptatos; ptatorace and some
crn, The dzurt is cherry pie, Apple
pies and blue bery pie and ice cream
Can )ou come and eat with us one
Thanks gI% tng'
.,La iaen Finch Cooking A Tur.
key It's 'Thaingiving and my cous-
ins and I are hai ing fun at my Aunt
and uncle's house. When we go to
,the store.we.buy the biggest turkey
in the w orld. 1jhen we.get home we
take off the plasrik and wash it a=td
take the liher out. \Ve setthe:oven.to
200'.., then se. put the season on the
turkey. We put it in the oven for two
hqurs. Then %e cook corn on the
cob After the turkey is done we set
the.table. Then we take the rurkey
out of the oven. I have Cream Soada
to drink For desert I have cerry pit.
Thanksgis ing is fun because of the
turkey that we eat.
Elizabeth Fleener Cooking A
Turkey Me and my aunt Jenny" go to
the store and buy dark turkey. When
%%e get home we take the plasic off
We ake-the.bag, put. Put it on a tray
and put: on salt and peper and put
it in the o en for fiffty. While it is
cooking se make the sald and put
tomateos init then put ledus in it
and carrots then we put that,in the
fitg. l~ow the turkey was ready. We
put the sealed around the tukey. Next
wecook the apple pie put on thd ta-
blecoth on and make some tea. Then
everyone is: there. and we eat. We
have the best Thanksgiving ever.
Kale Fournier Cooking A Tur-
key My mom gqse to Wallmart. She.
oly buys' the whit turkey and then
she taks the liver put. She puts it in'
the, yin she spts .it for 20 mints and
then she.sets the table cloths out she
lays'the plats. and then she cooks the,
mashpupotots and brocle and then:

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"he gets the turkey out. Put some
, turkey. on eatch plat and puts the
' iashputot on eatch plat she puts the'
broele out too the we eat the food
and' for dessert we have'brounes and
ice crem. Thaksgiving is fun be-
cause I get to see my family and eat
with them and play with my little
nethyou J.J we play hiding seek.
Austin Holley Cooking A Tur-
key Thanks giving is the bestin iFall
`.because I get to see my cousins. We
get the turkey from Wall Mart. We
get the hole 'turkey. 'Whein we get,
home we get the netk.out. We use
the shot to seasonthe turkey,. we set.
the oven on 220. We set I for'L 12.
minutes. We also have green beans.
and pease. We set up the table out-
side and thin we put out the forkse
and spoons and we put leavs around
the turkey. I like Thanks giving be-
cause I get to see my cousins...
Madison Kincaid Cooing A
Turk First we go to Wal-Mart and
buy a turkey. We pull off the rap-:
per, Then wash it, where there is no
bode. We cook it abut 52 degrees.
Then for 11 minfits we make the *
drinks and it is sweet lea. We start
making dazert. We have choclet
cake, pumpkin pie. and banana pud-
ding. I love Thanksgiving because I
get so much food and my family is
there to eat with me.
Vince Kriser Cooking A Turkey
My dad buys a turkey in Padumall
"city. Whn we get home we take'the'
plastic off. Then my dad seasons it
with salt and peper. Then he cooks
it in a little pot and fries it for 30,
minute. Then we eat out, side on a'
picknick tadle.I 'like Thanksgiving
because I am with my family.
Jonathan Malloy Cooking a
Turkey Dad and me go to kill a
turkey. PPPPWe killed it. We taked'
:ithome and we take the feathers off.
Then we wash the turkey. We pot
salt,peper and butter on the turkey.
We baked the turkey on 100*. My
Unkcle, aunt, My Cousins, Grand-
ma and Grandpa comes. We have a
big plate to pot the turkey on. We
have salid around the turkey. We pot
glassis on the table and napkins. We
hase colors. salid and poratos, then
we thank the food. Thanksgiving is
a graet holiday becols you get to see
your family.
JaQuarius My Grandmom
cooks Turkey and mackur one and
chese and mashbtade with grave.
My family and she also cooks corn.
She finds the bigst turkey. When
we laves she gets home and warsh
it in she backs it. The oven is at 5
degrees and she cooks it for 5 hours.
We get something to drink like
sweet tea. She cooks a btade pie and
a chocklit cake. We go walking then
we comeback home and we play the.
baseball and we play rasilin on the
trample. Thanksgiving is speshdll
because, my. 'faimly comes over.
Then my nefue comes over. They .
have to leave but my uncle still
plays with me.
Mackenzie Miles Cooking 'A-:'.
Turkey First we'go to Wal-Mart to .
buy a turkey that is big. My aunt and
uncle call to eat with us. We:unrap
:the tukey, then wash it. When my.
mom unraps the turkey, she cooks :
it at 52 degrees in the oven for ten
;minits. Then my mom sets the table
w ith the plates and the food on the
table with the other stuff that's on
the.table. Then we eat the food and
w..e drink sweet tea with the, food.
After we eat we have desert. After.
:that my aunt and uncle have to go.
'home. I have fun on Thanksgiving..
Kristian Mitchell Cooking A,
turkey Cooking a turkey is' hard
work. Me and my dad go to. my.
'uncle BoB's to shoot a turkey.
When we get home we pooll the
liver,. then scm it. We staff it with
maflower,:We set the oven for 2300
and'cook it for ten minttits. We also
,have corn, saled, peas, macki and
chese. For desert we have appi pie.
Thanksgiving is the graitst because
the family gets together!
Hannah Moore; Cooking A Tur-
key My Nana buys the turkey at Pig-
gly- Wiggly. She takes it home, then
Sshe un-waps it, then she washes it. .
Next she puts it in. the oven on at :
50 For 15 min. Then she bakes the.
turkey, cokonut cake, saldi corn on'.
the cob, and pumpkin pie. The besi '
part in when the hole family is there.'
Thanksgis ing is the best because the
famly is together.
STaylor Myers Cooking'a Tur-
key.This is the way I think that we
get a turkey. First my dad and I go
hunting some times we.don't get
one, well, any way back t the story.
Then we go to my gandma's and "
grandpa's house in Quensy. Next
my dad, my grandpa, and I get to "
cleaning the turkey. We pluck the
feathers. We skin it get out the guts
and throw them away. Then my
gandma starts to cook the turkey. I
love thanksgiving because we all
get to gether and eat.
Kayla O'Neal Cooking A Tur-
key My grandma goes to get the.
tukey from Piggly Wiggly. Then we
take the plastic off the turkey. Next,
you wash the turkey then 'we get the
stuff out. Then we put the turkey in
the oven on 12. Weclean up in the


living room. Next we take out the
table. Thansd-giving is my favorite
holladay because all of my family
gather around. :
Juliann Padgett Cooking A
Turkey It's Thank's giving and my
cousins and I are having fun at my
MawMaw and PawPaw's house.
When we go to the store, we will
buy the bigers turkey in the whole
wide world. When we get home we
will take the plastic off the turkey.
We wash the turkey then we set the
turkey at 200* for 3 hours. Then
we put season in the turkey. Then
we cook corn on the cob. After the
turkey is done we take the turkey
out of the oven. Then we put some
sealed around the turkey. Then we
put the corn on the cob in a pot then


Part of Harvest Hoedown was decorating pumpkins.

we put the turke on the table, then The desert I Like is wipcream w ith
the corn is ready to eat. Then we, ice cream.
hase to set the table; take the corn: '
on the cob out of the pot. Then for *Jeannie Ivey's class i
latter we will make a charry pie and Warren Gainey How to cook a
a apple pie to go with the charry pie. Tahnksgiving turkey First )ou buy
Then some ice cream, then put some one at a store. Next you wash it in
cream and one charry on top. I love a pot. Then you season it. Last you
Thangsgiving because I love cook- poot it in a oven and cook it.
ing a turkey. Faith. Padgett Long Ago How
Michael A. Shackelford Jr... to cook a Thanksgiving Turkey.
Cooking a Turkey I buy my turkey: First, you go into the woods and kill
at Wal-mart. We get the dark kind. .a Turkey. Next, you go back to your
We take the rap off of it, first. Then..-. house and pick the fethers off. Then.
mom takes the guizzard. Liver, and'. you clen it and get the blood and
neck out of it.Next She whashe'sthe guts out. Last you cook it for about
turkey. She puts it in the:oven. She half an hour. Then you can eat it.
put the oven on five degrees. She. '.' Adrian Sims Howv. to cook a
lets it stay in there about five munits. Thanksgiving turkey First )ou buy
She cooks some mash putdtuo imol- 'one. Next you wash it. Then you
cerone and sollat..I think Thanks season it. You let it fry I hour How
giving is a time to have a good time. -long.
with your family. Crystiana Huter How to cook a
Chase Witaker Cooking a. thanksgiving turkey First go to the
Turkey On Thankgiving day we go woods and set a trap it. Then chop.
to my aunts house. My aunt cooks off his head. Next take a nife and cut
the turkey, corn, potatoes, and mack his guts out. Last turn the water on.
arone and cheece. We cook the tur- and clean the blood out. Now you;
key at 200( and aunt cooks it for 15 have a thanksgi %ing Dinner.
minits. Then we set the table with Ina J. Robinon How to cook a
a cloth and place. Next we have Thankgn ing Turkey You go in the
choklet cake, pumpin pie. Then we s'oods and kil the turke. ith a boss
play haf of the day, I love Thankgiv- & arrow cook it.
ing because we are together. Cynthia Smith How to Cook -A
Katie Cooking A Turkey On. Turkey Long ago L\ hen people don't
Thankgiving we buy our turkey at have stoves and stores they woud go
Wal-Mart. When we get home we hunting in the woods and find a tur-
take off the plastic and take off the key. Sothey could kill it with a gun
feathers. Then we put the season on or a bow arrow and pick off the fa-
the turkey. When we get done with their. So they could clean it and and
the season, we put the turkey in the chop off the turk 's head. So the)
oven on for 80 munites. Then'we could cook it. In the fireplace with a
cook vetchbles like caints, corn, stick And cook it for 30 minits too.
and trtnmuips. After that, we set the And that how they use too cook a
table with the turkeN in the middle turk. for Thanksgiving The end
and then \ e put the etchbles on the- Hannah Hardesty How to cook
table. And then my Grandma says, a Thaksgiming turkey Frist you
'Let's eat." catch it. Next you kill it. Then you
Destiney Cooking A Turkey I clean it. last Nou cook it eat it.
am going to tell you how I cook a' Kallee Chamberlain How to
turkey. First I buy it at Wal-Mart. Cook a lhanksgiv ing turkey. We buy
Then I take the plastic off and wash., it cut the hed off and we take the
it. Then I clean the turkey arid take feathers off and we wash it then we
the fat off. My mom puts the oven .season then we put it in the oven for
on for 5 min. when the turkey is 2700 and then we eat it.
read) we put the season on. We Lane A. How to cook a Thfiks-;
make ham, rice, pies, mash potatoes, 'giving Turkey Frist You haie too
and corn. We get the Thanksgiving soot it. Nexst: You got too pluck all
plates and set the table. Thanks-' of the fethers obf. Then: You get all
giving is speshel because youi get of the soof out. After You need to
to see ,our family. Have a great cook it. .., .
Thanksgi" ing. Unknown How to cook a turkey
Emma Sutton Cooking a Tur- Today first you bu) it. Next take it
:ey At %nal man me and my mom go home Then wash it. After season it.
and find a turkey. I Lake off the plas- and fry it. Yoy can:*put a guage in
tic .and Lake out the neck, liver grd- pot a sause in it..
guilzard I 'wah it. Then I cook it. I Erica Toda) How 'to cook a
cook it. for 2 hours and 5 mint. I go thanksgiving turkey Buy on e thaw
to my family's house. I like thanks it Season it wash it fry 270 Put a
giving because I get to eat turkey. guage put sause in it. Cook in pot



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I Zachery Hall How to cook a
Thanksgiving turkey Buy one, wash
it,, fry it, put a guage in, put sause in
,' it, cook in oven, rotisaree 270 per-
cent hot, let it cook one Hour.
John Grant Rowell How to
cook a Thagsgiving Turkey I would
.get a gun and shoot a.tirkey, I would
get a gun and-shoot a turkey. Next, I
.would chop it's head off. Last, I
would cook it and eat it.
Briar Mayo How to cook a
Thanksgiving Lon Ago. Frst you
trapp it next y ou kill it to and gut it
and cook it to.
Alex L Davis How to cook a
Thank sgi\ ing turkey first Buy one
next wash it next how it ne'.t Sea-
son it next fry it next fry it next put a
gauge in it next put sause in it cook
in pot 270 cook for 1 hour.
Austin Sapp How to cook a
Thanksgiving Turkey. First You
buy one. Nexst You season it. Then
Cook in a pot, oven, rotisaree.
Jared Waldrip Long ago How,
to cook a thanksgiving turkey I will
kill First then I will cook it then pull
off feathers then I will eat it. then I
will pit in on a plate then I Ill eat it
I Love it. then I go play.
Hannah Huseth How to cook a
turkey Long ago Cook a turkey All
you have to do is Puy for it at wal
mart And fry at an grill I eat it.
S*BJ. Alderman and Alyson
Brown's classes
Alex Harris: My favrit food
at Thanksgiving is a turkey. This
is ho" you mack a turkey. You put
sisining on the turkey. Then you put
it in the oven. When you tac the


turkey out of the oven then you eat
the turkey.
Trinity King: My favorite food
at Thanksgiving is turkey. Here is
how to make it. Frist by the turkey.
Second un pool the paper off it.
Thrid put sum spices and let it sit.
Fourth put sos on it and put it in the
uvin. Fith tacke it out of the uvin
and put it on the couter and cut it
and eat it.
Claudia Seamon: My favorite
food at Thanksgiving is turkey. You
put sesing on it. Then you cook it.
You put charritys on it. Thanksgiv-
ing is nice.
Andrew Deese: My favorite
thing to eat at Thanksgiving is
pumkin pie. First you start with
a pumkin. Then you cut a hole in
the pumkin. Get out the goowe stuf.
Then you put the goowe stuf in a
pan. Then put the pan in the oven
to cook. that is how you make a
pumkin pie.
Tiffany Lee: My favorite thing
to eat at Thanksgiving is macaroni.
First put water in the pan. Then
when that's finishing poling, them
put the macaroni in the pan. When
that's finishing the buttue and the in
the pan. Then the milk in the pan.
Then put the cheese in the pan..then
stur it up. Then we an joyend the
macaroni.
Savannah Manship: My favor-
ite thing to. eat at Thanksgiving is
turkey and ham. First you take the
turkey and stik it in the oven for an
hour. Then cut the turkey. Then you
can eat it.
Heather Wheeler: My favorite
thing to eat at Thanksgiving is salad.
You put in tomatoes, letters, cole-
slaw, and drasing. Then put it in the
refrigerator. Then take it out of the
refrigerator. And that's how to make
salad at Thanksgiving.
Sara Townsend: My favorite
thing to eat at Thanksgiving is tur-
nkey. Put the turkey in the oven, time
it, and let it cook. Cut the turkey in
slisis and eat it. Happy Thanksgiv-
ing everybody.
Justin Campde: My favorite
thing to eat at Thanksgiving is pe-
can pie. First you crack the pecan.,
Then you make the bread. To make
it you haf to have flower and shugr.
Then you bake it. In the end you put
the pecan on it. then you eat it. ,
Abdon Bell: My food at Thanks-
giving is turkey. You can by itfro the
stor. You can fry it put peper on it.
Cory Speights: My favorite
thing to eat at Thanksgiving is apple
pie. Furst put flauor. Then mix it in
a bowl. then put it in the uvin. Then
put it i a pan then let it cool off then
eat it. Apple pie is good.
Sierra Schoen: My favorite thing
to eat at Thanksiving is browns. Get
two egg open the eggs. Then get one
cup of water. After you get one cup
of water you stir it up. Then you por
it on the pan. then you put it in the
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a turkey. You have to put seltre on
a turkey. She puts it in the oven. In
then we eat it. I love turkey.
Elijah Elenburg: My favorite
thing to eat at Thaksgiving is stuff
ing. What you do is' you get some
jalepenos shred them up. Get some
bell peppers and some oil then shred
the bell peppers. put them i a pane.
Then cook them.
Madison Reynolds: My favor.
ite thing to eat at Thanksgiving is
pancakes. You put pancake mix
stur it up and put it in the pan. Then
cook it. After you are dun cooking it
you put surup o it. After you are don
with it you put butter on it.
Azonna Boston: My favorite
food for Thanksgiving is cheese
cake. You bake it for 2 minets. Then
you cut it and put spice on it and
lots of cheese and make shor it got
some crust.
Tifffany Terrell: My faverit
food at Thanksgiveing is turke.
What is your faverit food at Thanks.
giving? When you kouck a turke
and then you put it in the ovin for 20
or 15 sekes you rap it and then you
put it in the rfiroogirder and then
you het it up and you eat it.
Ashley Clopton: My favorite
food at Thanksgiving is ham. This
is how you make ham Git some stor
bot ham and pool some seasoning
on it. Stik it in the sto'e for about
80 or 90 seconds. Thin tate it out
of the stove and poot it on the table
and eat it.
Gianna Mathews: My favorite
food at Thanksgiving is rools. Frst
you haft to put in in the brad maker
Then you tacke a big pise and doo
it out, Then you tacke little pise of
doo. Then you stick it on the tabble
an it gist twise as big. That mens
you put it in the oven for then mints.
Take it out after ten mints and eat it.
Richard Dilmore: My favorite
food at Thanksgiving is ham. I will
bie it at the stor. I will pull the paple
off the ham. Then I % iII sesenne the
ham. Then I will cook the ham. I
will eat it after I cook it. I like ham.
Eryka Daniels: My favorite
thing to eat at Thanksgiving is
macaroi and ceese. I watch my
mom cook macaroi and ceese. First
you put the wart in to the macaroi
and ceese. Then you put the ceese in
the macaroi.
Unknown Author: My favorite
ting to eat at Thanksgiving is turkey.
Put it.in the oven and wate for it to
get done. Then slise it with a knife.
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Chipley falls to Blountstown in playoff action


MERLE EASTMAN
Sports Correspondent
By eliminating the
Northview Chiefs from the
FHSAA 2B playoffs, the
Chipley Tigers advanced
to the -regional finals and
traveled to Blountstown,
Nov. 17, for a rematch with
the Blountstown Tigers
at Bowles Field. Chipley
kicked to Blountstown to
:open game two of the play-
offs.
Brandon Sikora kicked
the ball to the Blountstown
12. Blountstown's Jonathan
Lockhart returned to the 34.
On third and nine from the
35, a Cory Cox pass was
completed to Lockhart for
a 65-yard gain and a touch-
down. The PAT by Jared
King was successful. Score
7-0 at the 1:38 mark.
Chipley could not start
a drive as the Blountstown,
defense started tough and
it was three-and-out with a
punt by .Hunter Park for 38
yards to the Blountstown
39. With good field position
Blountstown mounted a 39-
yard drive in nine plays as
Garry Reed rushed for 21
and Ryan Baker made 16.
Cory Cox, on a quarterback
keeper, went for one yard
and a touchdown. King's
PAT was good.
Chipley came back
quickly following Blount-
stown's second score. On
a third-and-seven from the.
38-yard line, a pass fromn
Hunter Park connected with
Joe Green for 62 yards and a
touchdown. PAT by Sikora,


GALE MAUL
Sports Correspondent
Graceville Tigers ended
their 2006 football season
with a 34-4 loss to the
FAMU Baby Rattlers in
the second round of play-
offs Friday night in Tal-
lahassee.
The Tigers were never in
the ball game offensively.
They fell by two scores in
the first four minutes of the
game and never recovered.
They lost running back,
JayJay Laster when he in-
jured a hip in the first quar-
ter, and Graceville turned
the ball over six times.
The Baby Rattlers
scored early and held on,
and destroyed the Tigers in
the second half. FAMU's


Chipley tried to get their passing game in motion but the tough Bluntstown defense stopped
contest.


with Tucker, Mathis hold-
ing, was good. Score now,
Blountstown 14, Chipley 7.
Blountstown roared back
loudly with several plays
taking them to a fourth-and-
27 when Cory' Cox con-
nected with Lockhart for a
gain of 27 yards and another
touchdown. The two-point,
conversion was good.
Following, the Blount-
stown drive, Chipley took
the ball' to its own 20-yard
line where Park passed to
Paul Hardrick for a gain of
eight, but misfortune hit as
a pass intended for Hardrick
was intercepted by Chase
Cox and returned 21 yards
to :the four. From there
Tirnmy Copeland rushed
for a gain of four yards and
a touchdown. PAT by King
was successful. Blount-
stown continued tough as
Chipley was three and out,
punting from its own 17
yard line. Ending the quarter


Seniors Josh Hayes and Bret O'Neal were among
those who led the Tigers to a successful season.


with Blountstown leading
28-7. -
Blountstown,, taking
the ball at the Chiplev 45
mounted a drive toward the
Chipley end zone, however,
Chipley defense proved
its toughness by causing a
fumble that was recovered
by Victor Travis.
Blountstown defense


continued to hold Chipley
to five ards in three plays,
forcing a punt from the 15
on a fourth as Blountstow n
again had good field posi-
tion at its own 46. A scoring
drive was terminated with
a 14-yard touchdown pass,
to Matt Vincent. PAT was,
successful.
The ensuing kickoff was


taken at
Carter ar
41. After
a quarter
an incor
nected v
a 30-yar
lowed by
Zach Lee
However,
intended
intercept
the 20-ya
Chipley a
Chiple
stopping
three-and
four yard
Jared Lil
rest at th
line. On s
connected
yard gain
the Blo
stopped t
advance.
Blountsto
The th
with Blo


Brain Parker returned the
game's opening kickoff,
95 yards for a touchdown,
putting FAMU up 7-0 in
the first 16 seconds of the
game. FAMU's Tro) Curry
ran 92-yards for another
touchdown. Tigers punted
three times and threw an
interception in the first
quarter.
In the second quarter,
the Tigers put together
al4-play sustained drive
from their 30-yard line to
the FAMU 30. A Robinson,
field goal attempt fell short.
Half time score was 13-0.
In the third quarter
Graceville's Chris Moore
fumbled a hand-off and
FAMU's Richard Watson
picked it up and ran 68


Lady Tigers beat Marianna
The Chipley High School Lady Tigers soccer team
defeated the Marianna Lady Bulldogs 2-0 on Thursday,
November 9 in Marianna. After a scoreless first half with
Chiply in control of the ball most 'of the time, the Lady
Tigers struck twice. Keely Jackson scored the first goal
with no assist and teh second goal with an assist from
Kylie Mulrain.Goalie Hannah Guettler had two saves.


yards for .the touchdown,
making the score 19-0.
At the 3:01 mark. Jona-
than Ferrell picked off a
Steverson pass and ran
42 yards for the touch-
down. The kick was good,
making the score FAMU
26, Graceville 0. FAMU
scored a safety when
Moore was tackled in the
end zone, making the score
,28-0. In the fourth quarter,
Watson added an 11-yard
touchdown to extend the
lead to 34-0, with 7:40 left
in the game. The Tigers
managed a safety at the 3:
54 mark and another at the
2:21 mark.



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,.. Chipley to minus 12 yards
,, ... in three plays and Chipley's
punt rolling dead at the 46.
V Blountstown launched a
scoring drive of 54 yards
in four plays including- a
pass from Cox to Reed for
27 yards. A rush by Cope.
land gained 18 yards for a
touchdown. King's PAT was
U Good and the score rose to
Blountstown 43 Chipley 7.
With- the mercy rule in ef.
fect, Chipley had a drive of
43 yards in 12 plays turning
the ball over on the fourth-
it for most of the and-sevenon an incomplete
pass as the third quarter
came to a close.
the,.27 by Jessee Chipley defense leaders:
id returned to the Shane Kriser had 12 tackles;
a six-yard loss on Zach Lee, seven; Victor Tra.
back scramble and vis had five; Tucker Mathis
mplete, Park con- had five; Cody Deschenes
vith Hardrick for had five; and Brett O'Neal
d completion, fol- had four tackles.
y a completion to Chipley receiving: Zach
e for seven yards.; Lee, had three of four for
, the next pass, 71 .yards; Joe Green, one
for Hardrick was of one for 62 yards and a
ed by Lockhart at touchdown; Paul Hardrick,
ard line ending the two of six for 38 yards; and
ittemnpt. Danzell Everett, one of four
y's defense rose, for 12 yards.
Blountstown on "It was evident to any.
I-out giving up one who saw both games.
ds in three plays. Oct. 20 and Nov. 17, that
ly's punt came to Blountstown was much
ie Chipley 34- ard more physical, stronger and
3econd-and-10 Park faster," said Chipley Coach
d %\ ith Lee for a 61- Dilly Webb.
I to the five where "This team has made lots
untstown defense of progress through the sea.
Anyfurther Chipley son., My seniors were very
At half time dependable especially Mike
)wn led 36-7. Smith and Shane Kriser.
ird quarter opened Future strength training and
)untstown holding weights will improve all."-
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Wednesday, November 22, 2006, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 7A


Tournament time
While the election re-
turns were being counted,
Ponce de Leon Lady Pi-
rates were counting up the
points on the first night of
their Tip Off Tournament.
The Varsity Lady Pirates
outscored the Marianna
Lady Bulldogs 60-17 in
a game that resulted in
limited playing time for
the starters, and a running
clock in the third period.
The Lady Pirates came
out smoking, 'with a 28-2
lead in the first period
of play. Leading scorers
were Lacy Griffin with 17
points, Mary Howes with
10 points, and Alex Mc-
Cormick with nine.
In earlier tournament
match ups- scores were:
Malone Lady Tigers with
52; Walton County Lady
Braves, 48; Cottondale, 56;
Bethlehem 35.
On the final night of the
Ponce de Leon Lady Pi-
rates Tip-Off Tournament
the Lady Pirates pull off
a win against the Malone
Lady Tigers. The top
scorers were Mary Howes
with 17 points, Allex Mc-
Cormick with 10 points
and Lacey Griffin with 8
points. The Lady Tigers
played a hard fought game
but the Lady Pirates came
out on top with the 58-
49 victory.Other ,games
played were the Bethlehem
Lady Wildcats over the
Marianna Lady Bulldogs
42-34 and the Cottondale
Lady Yellow Jackets over
the Walton Lady Braves
59 to 46.

PdL season underway
The varsity Lady Pirates
lost their season opener at
home against last year's
3A State Champion Florida
..High:S'erfiinoles. In a close
riatch-up the Seminoles
defeated the Pirates 49-46.
Lacey Griffin led the Pi-
rates with 14 points. Mary
Howes scored 12 points
and Allex McCormick
scored 9.
In the earlier junior var-
sity game the Lady Pirates
defeated the Lady- Semi-
noles by a score of 45-16.
In game two of their
regular season the junior
varsity and varsity Lady
Pirates of Ponce de Leon
hosted the Lady Wildcats
of Bethlehem Thursday
night.
The Varsity Lady Pirates
outscored the Wildcats
75-39. Alexx McCor-
mick caught fire leading
the Lady Pirates with 24
points, while Lacy Grif-
fin scored 19 and Mary
Howes contributed 13.
In the earlier match with
the junior varsity Lady Pi-
rates defeated the Wildcats
30-10.
Correspondent
Tammy Godwin


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.. Front row, from the left; Alicia Davis, Hillary Harper, Tyla Yates, Brooke Johnson,
Heather Sewell, Lacey Griffin, Allex McCormick, Channing Hammond, Sha-Lea
PdL Senior, Lacey Griffin was the point leader for Yates. Back Row: Gypsy Griffin, Ashley Parson, Maggie Wright, Mary Howes.
Tuesday's tournament game with 17 points. Daydra Brown, Jennifer Grant


Panhandle Classic
The Chipola College
Indians will host the Pan-
handle Classic, Dec. 1-2,
in the Milton Johnson
Health Center.
The Indians play Santa
Fe at 8 p.m., Friday, Dec.
1, and Daytona Beach at 8
p.m., Saturday, Dec. 2.
Panhandle fans will
have a chance to see all
five men's teams in action
beginning with Pensacola
and ABAC at noon on
Friday, Dec. 1. Gulf Coast
meets Genesis One in the
2 p.m. game. Top-ranked
Tallahassee will face Day-
tona in the 4 p.m. game,
and Okaloosa-Walton will
play South Georgia Tech in
the 6 p.m. game on Friday.
Saturday's action be-
gins with Gulf Coast and
ABAC at noon. Pensacola
and Genesis One tie up at
2 p.m. Tallahassee plays
South GA Tech at 4 p.m.
Okaloosa-Walton meets
Santa Fe at 6 p.m. Satur-
day.
The Chipola men's team
is ranked second in the
NJCAA National Poll, and
second in the state FCCAA
polls behind number one
Tallahassee.
The Indians improved
to 5-0 with a 94-64 win
over Bevill State on Nov.
9. Victor Dubovitsky had
15 points including nine of
10 from the free throw line.
DeAndre Thomas had 14
points including 10 in the
second half. Ed Berrios,
Mario Little, Jamarcus El-
lis and Johnny Harris, each
scored 12 points.
For the latest scores,
call 718-2CJC or visit
www.chipola.edu

Lady Indians off to a fast
start for 2006-07 season
Chipola College Lady
Indians share the top spot
in the FCCAA Women's
Basketball poll with Gulf
Coast this week, and
Chipola freshman Lesheira


The h.... aof, o. s
The Chipola Indians and Lady Indians are in action for the 2006-07 season.


Stevens was named FC-
CAA State Player of the
Week.
The freshman from
Chattahoochee led the
reigning FCCAA 'cham-
pions to three impressive
victories, including two
against nationally-ranked
opponents during last
weekend's Holiday Inn
Express/Alzheimer's Clas-
sic. Stevens averaged 16.0
points, 8.7 rebounds and
3.0 assists in wins 6ver
then-FCCAA No. 6 Cen-
tral Florida, NJCAA No. 3
Trinity Valley and NJCAA
No. 4 Southeastern Illinois.


After tallying 25 points,
11 rebounds and 4 assists
against Central Florida on
Nov. 10, Stevens put to-
gether solid performances
on Saturday and Sunday
against Southeastern Illi-
nois (12 points, 7 rebounds,
2 assists) and Trinity Val-
ley (11 points, 8 rebounds,
3 assists), respectively.
Chipola College's 65-
55 victory over number
three Trinity Valley gave
the Florida .- -Panhandle .--
Conference a 6-5 record
for the weekend (Nov. 10-
12) in the second Annual
Chipola College Holiday


Inn Express/Alzheimer's
Classic. Panhandle teams
struggled on Friday, going
1-4 with Chipola getting
the only victory. Confer-
ence teams bounced back,
going 4-1 on SaturdayN
with several upset victo-
ries. Number 16 Chipola
capped off the night with a
60-55 victory over number
four Southeastern Illinois.
Proceeds from the
tournament and from r
three-nmile mnmori.\ti..,
helped to raise $1,100 'for
the Alzheimer's Resource
Center of Dothan, Ala.
The Lady Indians next


home game! is Dec. 8
against FCCJ. For the lat-
est scores, call 718-2CJC.
Little IndiansClup
The Chipola College
men's basketball team in-
vites boys and girls ages
6-12 to join the Little
Indians Club. The $20
membership fee includes
the opportunity to perform
during Chipola games on
Feb. 1. 8 and 10. Forjifor
hipo.i.4ll.J-ake HeaiZck
at (8501718-378. '

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8A, Washington County News, Wednesday, November 22, 2006

RECE NTE CN


Caryville and Five Points
volunteer fire depart-
ments, Holmes County
EMS, Washington
County Sheriff's Office
and Florida highway
Patrol were on the scene
Saturday, November 11
when Fawn Morgan lost
control of her pickup
truck and struck a pine
tree heading south on
St. Mary's Road in
Caryville. She was trans-
ported to the Caryville
ballfield and transported
by AirHeart to a local
hospital for treatment.
She suffered leg injuries
and other injuries.


*LALVE U~ISTOCK COMPEITIONS


Calie Gilbert rightlt, shows.heigrsaiddiam pionst6*
at Walton County fair.


Thanks, Charles!
Laura Brewer, right, shares a laugh with the hon.
oree, Charles Brock, seated, as his wife, Nora, Buddy
Baxley, left, and Randall Truett listen in. Brock was
honored at the recent Vernon football celebration.

Chipley Christmas parade
Chipley's annual Christmas parade will take place 3:
30.p.m. December 2. Deadline for entries is 1 p.m. Fri-
day, Dec. 1.
Lineup will be at the old Chipley High School track at
2:30 p.m. on the day of the parade.:,
Entries may be faxed to 638-8770 or mailed to the
Washington County Chamber of Commerce at P.O. Box
457, Chipley. FL 32428. They may also be dropped off at
the chamber office, 685 Seventh Street, Chipley.
Prizes will be awarded for the top three entries. Win.
ners will be recognized at the Chipley City Council meet.
ing on Dec. 12.
Rules and regulations for the parade include:
*Do not throw candy. Candy can be handed out, but not
thrown.
*The City of Chipley will provide a Santa and Mrs
Claus. Do not include a Santa on your float.
*Indennification and waiver on back of the parade ap.
plication must be signed and dated by the person respon.
sible for the parade entry.
For more information, call (850) 638-4157.


Erin Solger, (right),shows off one of- the blue ri.'Ibir
winners at the Walton County fair.


U


Ethan Solger (right) poses with one of the heifers
the Walton County fair.


Success at local fairs
Calie Gilbert, Ethan Solger and Erin Solger represent-
ed Chipley High School FFA and Washington County
4-H il competitions at several beef shows during local
S'fairs.
i Gilbert won reserve champion steer at the Jackson
County fair, grand champion steer at Walton County,
* grand and reserve steer, supreme heifer and first in show-
Smanship at Holmes County.
She also i on reserve champion heifer at the Peanut
Festival in Dothan. Ala. '
Ethan won reserve champion steer and second in se-
nior showmanship at the Walton County fair. "
Erin won reserve champion Angus at Jackson County,
at reserve supreme heifer, showmanship and grand cham-
pion Angus at the Holmes County Fair.


Tour of Homes
The Hatcher Home at
721 Fifth Street, Chipley
will be featured in the Tour,
of Homes
The home of Dr. and
Mrs,' Jason Hatcher, was-
built in' 1904 by Tom Sale
who was in the naval stores
business. For decades, it-
was the parsonage for the
First Baptist Church and
when a new parsonage was
built,. The Rev. George
Gay bought this house.
The Hatchers purchased
the home in 2004 and add-
ed the second floor in 2005.
This home will feature sev-
eral'Christmas trees.
The annual Christmas
Tour of Homes in Chipley
will be held Sunday. Dec.


3, from 1-5 p.m. Tickets
are $5 and'. may be pur.
chased in advance from
a Woman's Club member
or by calling 638-8889 or
638-5550.
Chipley Woman's Club
is sponsoring the tour
which begins at their club
house located at 607 Fifth
Street.
Tour maps and refresh-
ments will be available
at 'the clubhouse. Tickets
may also be purchased at
the clubhouse the day of
the tour.

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Awards on display
Members of the PeeWee division squad proudly dis-
play their many awards and trophies at the Vernon
football celebration.

Diabetes education class,
Washington County Health Department will conduct a
free diabetes education class from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Dec. 5
at the Council on Aging on South Boulevard in Chipley.
The class is part of the health department's chronic
disease health promotion and education program, A Bet-
ter Life.
It will be conducted by
Heather ShelbN, RN, and Fax news to
Mike Cole, RD.
To register, call 638- 850-638-4601
6240, ext. 162. '


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Town of Wausau
Election` r,-
The Town of Wausau will be: holding a general
election on December 12, 2006. The polls will be
open from 7:00 am until 7:00 pm.: The following
candidates have qualified for the 3 posts that
are available: Dallas Carter, Incumbent; Rog-
er Hagan, Incumbent; Dot McDonald; Charles
Park Sr., and Heather Walters. The Town of
Wausau votes at-large, therefore the top (3)
three candidates with the most votes will fill the
positions available. All registered voters vot-
ing in the Town election will vote: at the Town
Hall, 1607 Second Avenue, Wausau, FL 32463.
Absentee ballots are available by request from
Town Clerk Margaret Riley 850-638-1781.
As published in the WVashington County News
on November 22, 29 and December 6, 2006.












Wednesday, November 22, 2006, Washington County News, 9A


Today's "prattle" will
include a reprint of the
story on St. Johns Free-
will Baptist Church that
appeared in the Heritage
of Washington County
book. Acknowledgment is
made to Virginia Anderson
Hewett as the contributor
of this.writing.
This article is being used
for several reasons. First
of all, St, Johns Freewill
Church is the church my
mother first joined and is
the church where she and
the Cook grandparents
who raised her attended.
Secondly, it is my plan to
use a larger picture of the
St. Johns congregation
with hopes that some iden-
tification can be made.
A third reason for the
repeat is that St. Johns
Freewill Baptist. Church
now has a full-time pastor,
as well as an associate pas-
tor. The pastor is the Rev.
Odis Whitehead, who has
recently returned to his
native Washington County.
The associate is the Rev.
James Elmore,; who also
serves as mayor of Cot-
tondale.
Look for additional
and special services to be
added to the schedule at
St. Johns Freewill Baptist
Church. '

The exact date of the
constitution of St. Johns
Freewill Baptist Church,
located on St. Johns Road
and Highway 173, two
miles south of Bonifay, is
unknown. Church senrices
:were held in other build-
ings, including private
homes, before a meeting
house was ever built.
-On Nov. 22, 1902, prop-
ety. .was given by Novie
and Alexander Sessoms
to "James Anderson. Clay-
ton Scott and M.L. Hill,
church deacons, and their
successors in office for-
ever, solely for a church
site and burial grounds.'"'
At that time, this property
was located in Washing-
ton County and remained
so until 1915 when the
boundaries were changed,
placing the church in Hol-
mes County. i./ ,
The first building for
St. Johns Freewill Bap-
tist Church was of frame
construction, bungalowv
top, home-style structure,
situated in the southwest
corner of the existing
cemetery, facing south.
The lighting was kerosene
lamps hanging from the
ceiling and attached to


Perryi's Prattle

By Perry Wells


Congregation of St. Johns Freewill Baptist Church 1950.


the walls. A wood burning
heater was provided for
heat. There were outdoor
toilets for the men and the
ladies. Water was brought
from a nearby spring.
This spring was boxed
in, with steps, and became
a baptismal pool and a
place for swimming. It
also was used as a com-
munity gathering place for
outdoor events.
Sunday schools were
held in classes divided,
into the four corners of the
church building. Later, an
addition as added to the
north side of the meeting
house for Sunday school.
Mules and horses
hitched to wagons and
buggies used for transpor-
tation, were tied to trees
at, the present church site.
The 'fev cars and trucks
bringing folks -to church
also parked there. A long
"table" consisted of hog
wire stretched between
two trees. It was used
for spreading food at the
"all day singing" or other
church events. Before the'
improvised table, food was
spread on the ground.
On; Nov. 22, 1929,,
Mattie and A.W. Weeks
gave more property to the
church which includes
the location of the present
building. In the late 1960s,
Dave Leavins laid the
block to begin construc-
tion of the new church.
Records do not reflect the
actual building of the pres-
ent sanctuary, but it was


completed soon after the
original blocks were in
place.
Tump Wells and Joe
Eldridge are remembered
as two of the early pastors
of St. Johns Church in the
1920s. Services were origi-
nally held each third Sun-
day in the month. Records
indicate that meetings on
first and third Sundays
were begun in 1948. In
1955, the church began
meeting every Sunday
while Brother Frank Willis
was pastor.
Other pastors of St.
Johns Freewill Baptist
Church include G.W.
Nobles, 1,948; Rufus Hy-
man, 1949; D.W. Poole,
1951, and Frank Willis,
1953-1955 and 1999-2002.
Hubert Henderson, 1955;
Walter Eldridge, 1956-
l93,Perr) Stevens. L96,l:;
Troy Lee Waslsingham,
1966; B.W. West, 1967;
David Pollitt, 1969; Arthur
Anderson, 1970. Charles
Jenks, 1974; James Lewis,


1974; Reuben Bell, 1977;
Bobby Register, 1979; Earl
Stevens, 1980; Mickey
Broadway, 1982; David
Brazille, 1984; Steven
Sanders, 1984; Ralph Bell,
1985-1988; Delmas John-
son, 1985: Allen Austin,
1989; David Hidle. 1991;
Steven Hutchinson, 1998;
Irvin Jamison, 2000; John
Holland, 2001; Virgil Jack-
son, 2002, and Byron Reg-
ister, 2002,. Brother Wayne
Hartzog has been preach-
ing at St. Johns during the
year 2005.
St. Johns Freewill Bap-
tist Church Cemetery is a_
landmark burial ground for
many early families of the
area, including Leavins,
Jernigan, Kelly, Cook,
Chestnut, Bailey, Harris,
Barber, Sims, Henderson,
Pipkin, Anderson, -Hewett
and .many.-otherst. A, isni
to this cemetery will be
of great assistance to those
seeking genealogy infor-
mation.
See you-all next week.


Thanks for service
Superintendent of Education Calvin Stevenson pres.
ents a plaque of appreciation to outgoing School Board
Chairman Gary Clark. Clark served on the school board
for 12 years.

Toys for Kids news
Toys for Kids will hold a fund-raiser in the coming
weeks. Boston Butts prepared by Chipley Volunteer Fire
Department are on sale. These must be ordered and will
cost a $20 donation. For information or to order, please
call Chipley VFD or see any firefighter, or call Joey
Tharp at 260-5493.
Tharp said that Toys for Kids will be serving more kids
than expected. so additional fund-raising is needed.

Flu vaccine clinics scheduled
Washington County Health Department has scheduled
the following flu vaccine clinics in December:
*Tuesday, Dec. 5, at Wausau Town Hall from 9 a.m.
-12 p.m.
*Wednesday, Dec. 6, at St. Theresa Catholic Church in
Sunny Hills from 9 a.m. 12 p.m.
*Thursday, Dec. 7 at Vernon City Hall from 9 a.m. 12
p.m. and Ebro Town Hall from 2-4 p.m.
Everyone in the household should receive a flu shot
in especially if someone is the home is 50 years or older.
has chronic health conditions such as asthma; lung or
heart disease, diabetes, cancer, and immune deficiencies,
Anyone employed in a longterm care facility, pregnant or
an out-of-home caregiver, and infants age two through
19 receiving long term aspirin therapy should also have
a shot.
Infant shots are available and the Washington County
Health Department.
Flu vaccine appointments are also available at the
health department. Your Medicare will be billed. For all
others there will be a $30.52 charge for each shot.

Wausau Christmas parade A .
Wausau will hold its annual Christmas Parade on Sat-
urday, Dec. 9 at 10 a.m. Following the parade, Santa will
greet the children at the Possum Palace.Anyone wishing
to enter the parade should contact Margaret Riley, Town
Clerk. at (850) 638-1781 or (850) 260-5740.


Thanks for service
Superintendent of Education Calvin Stevenson pres-
ents a plaque of appreciation to outgoing School Board
Mamber Francis Hinson. Hinson served on the school
board for 8 years.

Vernon Christmas Parade
Vernon will host its annual Christmas parade on Sat-
urday, 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. Immediately
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.
*We are looking for artists/crafters, vendors for the
Second Annual Holiday Festival to be held Saturday,
Dec. 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.


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1A, Washi ton County News, Wednesday, November 22, 2006


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Washington County
Sheriff's Office arrest
report -dted November
S13 through November 20,
2006.'


Angela BosweH, w/f, 2/
11/78; Caryville; burglary
of occupied dwelling, bat-
. tery; arrested 11/19.
Denjk Bush, w/m, 6/8/
87; vernon; driving under
the influence; arrested
11/19.
Woodell Carroll, w/m.
4/8/54; Ponce de Leon:
driving while license
suspended or revoked.


possession of controlled
substance without pre-
scription, possession of
cocaine; arrested 11/16.
Kimberly Carter, w/f;
Chipley; grand theft.
Jerome Cowart, b/m,y
9/10/72; Chipley; viola-
tion of probation; arrested
11/17.
Joseph Davis, w/m:
Ponce de Leon; worthless
checks; arrested 11/15.
Cheryl Eaton. w/f. 3/
5/58: Chipley: grand theft
auto; arrested 11/16.
Thomas Fitzpatrick.
w/m, 5/12/53: Wausau:


driving while license sus-
pended or revoked, driving
under the influence.
Jon Fondren, w/m,
2/25/73; Chipley; driving
under the influence/serious
bodily injury; 11/15.
Donnie Joyner, w/m,
9/23/64; Chipley; aggra-
vated battery, child abuse,
aggravated assault, battery;
arrested 11/17.
Ronnie Loman, b/m,

7/31/79; Samson, Ala.;
grand theft; arrested 11/16.


Edward Lunsford,
w.m, 4/25/69; Chipley;
violation of probation; ar-
rested 11/13.
Angela Martin, w/f,
2/28/79; Chipley; viola-
tion of probation, Jackson
County warrant for grand
theft auto; arrested 11/16.
Marcus Merriel, b/m,
12/22/82; Chipley; posses-
sion of marijuana less than
20 grams; arrested 11/1,6.
Michael Noble, w/m,
7/31/51; Orange Park; bur-


glary, violation of injunc-
tion (three counts) stalk-
ing; arrested 11/14.
Sheretha Paramore,
b/f, 12/20/77; Chipley;
Jackson County warrant
for unlawful sexual acts;
arrested 11/17.
Daniel Sharpe, b/m,
3/21/78; Chipley; viola-,
tioni of probation; arrested

11/14.
Danny Threet, w/mn,

10/27/67; Milton; making a
false report; arrested 11/17.


Lillie Williams, b/f
3/6/71; Caryville; driving
while license suspended or
revoked: arrested 11/13.


Council on Aging
Washington County
Council on Aging is en.
couraging senior citizens
in the community, 60 years
of age or older, who are
interested in activities. For
more information on these
and other services call 638-
6216 or 638-6217.


LEG~~AL OIE


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Chipley, of aggravated assault with a firearm. The jury ffERGOLLEHON, hiswife, PtE ANDEfSO
deliberated until about 9:30 p.m. Thursday. S V ATA ALAandoth-
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Pitts was alleged to have pulled a gun on two subjects CHARES RANDALL BIELINSKI NOTICefendaTION
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with a minimum mandatory three-year sentence. Plaintiffs' Attorney, whose ad- :9gtr.,. arC ..CT
dress Is 202 North Waukesha err.aaroa ii.
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Washington County jury convicted Jerry Lee Swagerty, foethe original with the Clerk of Emlia Gaarack
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'- ,service on Plaintlffs'.Attorney F Gar-. ,:,*-
stems from his arrest by the Chipley Police Department or immediately thereafter, f you Jar, Fran.id: .r ara.:
fall to do so, a default may be T.iauA: Garpui
in July of this year. Sentencing for Swagerty is also set entered aganstyouforthe relef Edward Garbacik'
."/.-.i.?. -* ,, r r demanded in the Complaint. Zofia~arpa,:ir W,pai.
for December 11. The offense carries a five-year maxi- Copies of all court documents Cran.e arr..a.iK
SIsentence n this case, including orders, Frar,Stopkie GracHendze
; murn sentence. are available at the Clerk of the Bozena StopkiewiczHendzel
Circuit Court's office. You may AndrzeJ Stopkiewicz
review these documents upon AndrzeJ Garbaclk
Request. Anna Garbacik
You must keep the Clerk bf the Krystyna Garbacik Mazun
Pickin and Grinnin circuit Court's office notified of C/o General Consulate for the
There are be free Pickin' and Grinnin' jam sessions at persthslawsultllbemalled 1530North Lake ShoreDrive

the Chipley Farmers' Market. located at 685 7th Street. :ico ecord at the g NOTFIED rna ar,
This non-profit event will be held the first and third Sat- TES rr. rnd ndsea of .. ,l prI.
t this court on10/23/, 2006. or
h" s 11 DACOOnK CLERFK W '-,rhn C'.:,unr, F/ond:
urdays of each month. The session on December 2 will Fi, 1: i L,:l,, Blck ........: ,.,0
parde Anyonle DEPUTY CLERK -mil urni Or.e a : t...-. cr.itcr,p i
begin at 1 p.m. due to the Christmas parade. Anyone AtU n,.nLr.K Hr.i i -,sn:,n :Tn.r,.n.,rn,:n
A n p NOI vr.s Irlo ,em irar 1 o .-n r:,n T, r, l.ni 2 inr ,,n
who plays an instrument, or just wants to listen will b e r- ::' .... .. .l .......,... ''
Pagk 1518 Puc,..: IA:crri or
welcome. For more information contact Rick Kent at NoticeofHHearngtoRevise var.-r,-onr,nCc.ur, Fior.a
6 3Q.8 850 68The Student Progression Plan ha: c-.r. (i1ao agai,.'l ,c., and
(-850)638-0577. Washington County School you are required to serve a copy
Board of your written defenses, if any,
December 11, 2006 to It on Timothy H. Wells, plain-
S5:30 p.m. tiffs' attorney, whose address is
Kiwani frit Notice Is hereby given that n Post Office Box 155, Bonlfay, I
-..a n-- Is f ru" i t sa eMonday, December 11 at 5:30 Florlda'32425-0155 onorbefore
Chipley Kiwanis members conducting a fundrais- P.M., the Washington County December 15, 2006, and file
Chipley Kiwanis members are conductSchool Board will review th tre n, r tr .er 1 r
ing drive through November 30. They are selling Navel Student Progress.on Plan sor c.un e Iharlorr.e .or irn'.,
D',increl nroan-r. otrr.Ar n ea olaili -,I
oranges, ruby red grapefruit. and tangelos in 20 to 40 ri" 'i..., can a ,i II .. r' .... a... ,I, ...
ft uM b boxes f Qsso fe f rui,!, 40 45(?. ... u relic.mc-ar'd. ,-O..c
To place ap n order. contact David Solgerorany Kiw'artfs"f .;. '-r". ... ,8.uE- -
lace .rdinA- ln .r1, of c.-, rr. ipar LI LaD H COOK
member. Delivery will be December 14 and 15. 0, srF or ona, or C ..'..
affecica rs.nr ii ,ar,nr. By K 1.1D i ri
S . D velopm o S.r.oo Pro. A n Doput. Ci.ri
S :: : cedures As pu.is...n-m in irn. Washington
SPurpose County News November 15, 22,
t b s To revise the Washington County 29, and December 6, 2006.
P tb o fo s lSchool Board Studenit Progres-
Washington County Plat Directory books are ready. sion Plan toreflctchnges ALvET .ENT
They are on sale for $40 each at the Washington County A ni ne oc. Turao .-:.n a,
Tr, teaanlrr,.31._ Con r, ScrcI Try PanhlalOIn arEa uca 1o,:,nai
appraiser's office. The books will be made available at ,aro .ac .nChaun. ap,. Cn AEr,
.r u1 1) Tr, ugrn 1003 1l Ire. 74.W-:1Biva Cnr.,iv! Fhri ,,1ir a.
other locations within the county at a later date. The plat FloridaSchoolCode todevelop/ a.r.n,, C ,nl ae ,. orlj.hillnq
,i ** r ii*n revise policy and procedures. COuf Scho o. iii
directory is sponsored by Chipley Kiwanis Club. For Economic impact co 5 ,, :.6
more information, contact David Solger at 638-1276.. O.,,r,or....pp .. nq ..d
m ai el 00 Dru p u rr.n r.ri ui00 i: Fnc, I Ii-m.e,156r t
IA v ilual: a. I ir Ccolair a n "0d l' 02 up'ml r .T C. roT.pi .O
:co cop rl[hrrnp e,araoure6 E r,, .n ra 'p.. r,..d
S Chipley soccer action ,4ni .c, a 6' Tr.i Sire Ir t .
Chip.. eyr.ipe, FloriacI rc At5ou.P-,EC rrar azo, Bh:r x
*Bozeman defeated the Chipley Lady Tigers 1-0 in soc- A r. i.r inda, wr,,,',igc... wiC6-.r -;, ..a, Drmc..T.
Cc r.-ry lIaw. NTca 'rnir11 ii is r 16. -ow1 ru iunaiT. ai inc
cer. Alez Trujillo scored a first half goal that stood up for anra Dcembr, ? E2. .00a PAEC ..ri..a .'`.3 A,
theBwin. o4 aoioo r r alla r in,:,n, I
the win. .. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT oa.,ai, rea r id, ma,
S 0 The Washington County District "eei",p marred taliv ldI
*The boys fell twice to Bozeman, 5-1 and 8-1. School Board will accept bids I..r c .....ar cr, Bic- 0r 12..
on a New Hydraulic Press Brake. Alarairng rilncoid i co-1.i..ngn
Specifcatlons areavailableatthe on funding and e-rate approval. A
School Board office, 652 Third -ut Ml01 sor ap.0ro.a iin mn-ade
Street Chipley, Florida. Bids will alr. Jaruar, 5. 20 Wa.nir.g.
Lady gers im pro e to 4-0 be accepted no later than.1:00 ion Counr), rcoi Boar rr l-
k P.M., December 7. o00l ir, tha Ing. PAEC reserves the right to
The Chipley Lady Tigers basketball team improved to Schoo, Board on;c .r..... r.,, b& -' .... n .. all o
4-0 with a 52-31 win over Wewahitchka. Teanna Hill had awarded atthor bring boards I a C -oun r. ie,," Novr Wnr,
12 points, while Sherian Gonzalez and Jatara Hogans had sa dnvsopw Hrked"Sera led l '"'
Bids for New HydrApilo Press GAL 0,b,ERTIiElAflT

11 each for the 4-0 Lady Tigers. Kassi Shackleford added .Er. Bn u..l a i r6.ab LivTATO TO BID T
odres. TrE Bcrd I StTI t r T O E Br c Ela n .I
six rebounds. The Lady Tigers host Graceville tonight. r, c .nira,0 Tr,.Par.r.acr..eaeaEducal..:.nai
%S- p.li. IIn in ire NI a,nringi:.r, C.:.r,aorl.ur. iP4ECi lio.:.alcd a
r County News November 15. f.s Wal Nio Cric, l,1 Florida
II 22,2006. wrone I. cal acertI 1. h : a thing .
Attorney arrested for kiddie porn IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF cc a libe
THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL S3 le cmuncan., C ir.
Attorney General Charlie Crist today announced the CIRCUIT IN AND FOR WASH- cult. The deadline for submitting
arrest of an attorney from Bay County on multiple charg- I O CONTY FLORIDA ds 2:00pm FrdaT. Deembrtb
es of producing child pornography, possession of child CASENO. 67-2006-CA-332 speciflcationsand therespons
.. p c DIVISION requirements may be viewed at
pornography and promoting the sexual, performance of CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC, thO PAEC w ebste: as Bids
aCHASE MANHATTAN MORT- will be opened Monday, De-
a child. GAGE CORPORATION, cember 18, 2006, 8:30am, at
S Investigators with Crist's Child Predator C berCime Plantff, the PAEC office located at 753
in"eS-igatOr I- St's ChdPredator C pv. West Blvd. Chipley, Florida. Bids

Unit discovered Paul Richard Parker. Jr.'s distribution TIMOTHY CARROLLs atal, alr, C e ....mp a eIra
Defendant(s) 'eaeid er, 6iopc n ,a,.a i e e"ln i
and promotion of pornographic videos of children during NOTSCE OF FORECLOSURE bid for FbearDSng-3 Service, BidIs
an Lindercover online investigation. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN contingent on funding and e-rate
an er er nline in ga n. pursuant to a Final Judgment approval. A request for approval
Parker. 42. placed pornographic videos on the internet, of mortgage Foretoure d ii n .
here they were discovered by a Child Predator Cyber- n asNo 67-2006-CA-332of Board meeting PAEC reserves
r t y the Circuit Court of the FOUR- the right to accept or reject any
Crime investigator who was able to trace them back to WASHINGTON County, Florida As published in the Washington
Parker. Search warrants executed at Parker's Panama herein CHASE HME FINANCE County News November 15,
LLCj SUCCESSOR BY MER6- 22,2006.
City residence uncovered hundreds of images and videos ER TO CHASE MANHATTAN
MORTGAGE CORPORATION, Sealed proposals, in duplicate,
of child pornography on his computer and other equip- ROLLthe PlTANYA ARRTIMOTHYangatthe Tr tCountyAirport
meant TENANT #1 N/K/A JOHN DOE; will be received bytheTri-County
s. *. TENANT #2 N/K/A JANE DOE Airport authority until 4 .m.De-
Investigators also discovered that Parker created child are the Defendants, I will sell camber 13 2006 global time, at
tor the highest and best bidder the offices of URS Corporation,
pornography by enticing young boys over the internet for cash at FRONT STEPS OF 1367 South Railroad Avenue,
THE WASHINGTON COUNTY Chipley, Florida 32428. All pro-
to perform sexual acts via webcam. Parker would then COURTHOUSE at 11:00AM, on posals received will be publicly
.. the 18 day of Dec. 2006, the fol- opened and read aloud during
video tape these acts and make pornographic videos from lowing describedproperty asset the Tri-County Arport authority's
forth in said Final Judgment: regularly schedule monthly meet-
them. He was arrested by officers with the Child Predator THE SOUTH 1/2 OFTHE NORTH ing held on December 14 2006
err ad 1/2 OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4 at 700 p.m. at the Tri-County
CyberCrime Unit and the Bay County Sheriff's Office. OF THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF Airport terminal building. To pur-
SPs in personal injury law. .THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF SEC- chase plans and specifications,
Parker pecializes personal iuryaw. TON 24, TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH, or for more Information please
r i b, H RANGE 13 WEST, WASHING- call 850-638-8700.
Parker is being held at the Bay County Jail. He is TON COUNTY, FLORIDA A/K/A As published in the Washington
a chi*l in th p c ESiATE NUMBER 14 BLOCK8 County News November 15,
charged with nine counts ofusing a child in the produc- OF SILvERLKEEsTATES PLAT. 22,2unt06.
tion of child pornography and two counts of promoting TAO HLCE H ATED Sealed proposals, in duplicate
well THEREON SERIAL NUMBERS for the project to Construct
child monograph, both second-degree felonies, as well 11439675A & 11439675B. Commercial Hanger, Apron, and
two of transmitting child pornography and A/K/A 4054 SINGER ROAD TaxilaneattheTri-CountyAirport
as two counts of transmitting child pornography and 233 YOUNGSTOWN, FL 32466 will be received by theTri-County
counts of Psse~casion of mihild pornography, both third-de- r nganintearestin AirportAuthority until 4..m. D-
un opb t the surplus from the sale, If any, member 13. 2006. local time, at
gree felonies. If convicted on all charges, he could face ofths tehof the rLopendens te ouis th RUroad Aeiue,
lie i r i-s- Ol must. file a claim within sixty (60) Chipley, Florida 32428. All pro-
d days after the sale. posals received will be publicly
The case will be jointly prosecuted by Crist's Office of WsTSSMYHANDandthes opened and read aloud during
Statewide Prosecution and the 14th Circuit State Attor- Lnda H. rut c ourt gusyschedulemonthlymeet-
BClerk of the Circuat Court ng held on December 14 2006
ney 's Office under State Attorney Steve Meadows. By:l(Pcoel At en at the Tn-County
NOTE: This is not the Paul Parker who was director of As published in the Washington chase plans and specifications,
CouNOTE: This is hot the Paul Parkernty News November 15, or for more information please
Washington-Holmes Technical Center. 22, 2006 call 850-638-8700.


a pulaI n in. ir.e Wariir.gion
Counir, r IN a c.T,n-.ber 15.
. 2(.06
Sealed proposals, In duplicate,
for the Partial Parallel Taxiway
at Tri-County Airport will be re-
ceived by the Tri-County Airport
Authority until 4 o.m. December
13. 2006. local time, at the of-
fices of URS Corporation, 1367C
South Railroad Avenue, Chipley,
Florida 32428. All proposals
received will be publicly opened
and read aloud during the Tri-
County Airport Authority's regu-
larly schedule monthly meeting
held on December 14 2006
al U r.t I1 11-, fi. .Co runr,
Airpon Termlnal ulldir.,g To:.ur"
cr.ac plrar d ,' cicici.p -irlallr,:
cr ir rT,,a Ir hra,arilom pliea.-
.:aii 0.6 38.700
Ca Oua l;r," ir Ire r Wanhi".,l:.n
Counrr, Nr a r .. I.ner i,
":. 2000

REQUESTS FOR PROPOSALS
THE CITY OF VERNON IS AC-
CEPTING PROPOSALS FOR A
FIRE DEPARTMENT RESCUE
VEHICLE-2007 MODEL WITH
FOUR-DOOR CAB. FOR A LIST
OF REQUIRED EQUIPMENT
O1U .1' CONTACT VERNCLOt
CIT1 HALL AT 650 .3. -1-1
PROPOSALS SHOULD BE SUIJI-
MITTED BY NOCN DECEMBER
11 206 PLEASE MARK PRO-
PO>S'.LS RESCUE VEHICLE
AND SUBMIT TO CITY OF VER-'
NON, P.O. BOX 340,2996 MAIN
STREET, VERNON, FL 32462.
THE CITY OF VERNON RE-
SERVES THE RIGHT TO RE-
JECT ANY AND LL BIDS.
-.r-R.3ri H CuBB
CiTYCLERK
a: p EuC.u:r..m in Ir.ae W a nlraon
Coaunr r,..;, rJionmen r 18,
22, 2006:

REQUEST FOR PRCi'OP.PL.
Trn C.ir) l Ve.'o. .. will n a.-,
c:Cplr,ing Alea, prrpuo -: icr -a
Re really, Direclor Tr.iL, Willo a
one. (1) year contracted position.
The director will be responsible
forthe overall recreation program
for the City. Please submit sealed
proposals along with qualifica-
tions and salary requirements
to: RECREATION DIRECTOR
PROPOSAL Proposals are due
by noon December 11, 2006.
Tr.e ,u.:c.Ls;ful applicar.n A.io o
r,.quir.3 n10 iaos, a irugL retl. aI '.
cnminar.l a.-Tkgrour.d cr,ea,:
Fc.r a.oili..,nai iriorm.ali.nr. ,ou
ma T E.:.-,C.ia C "t 3 n II al a .'0
THE CITrV OF vERNiOrI i C1l
EOUL OPFO3RTUtiIT%' EM.
PLOVER WITH A ODUG" FREE
WORKPLACE. THE CITY RE-
SERVES THE RIGHTTO REJECT
ANY AND ALL PROPOSALS.
SHARON H. COBB
City Clerk
As published In the Washington
County News November 18,
22,2006.

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
The City of Vcrrn.r w, ill be a".
calling 56aica propc.sal lor
a dual "nrintid Clas. C or
nigr.er 1iica.6r 1tr a Na[r A
NalccCarlialrCIOp r pnoP.:.r:-.al;
rn.iul. OC lt a Irio r |131 rr .r
aav fi.C 41 Oar. per lecaw irin
o.ne i1 averno .iilt Tnc..
Atnr. a>pericr..: l.-. corkning In ar.
AEO-.MOD pl.aill Or.leIven-n
righ-ar ,:.:.rl'M,.i3raltier
Plea-. aubrTil[ =6ale.j prCcu o,.
al: maroai WJairn 'W.leatl-r
Op .ralor along rlir, lice ',6
documer iation arm nialar, re.
qu1ianmrnI,. 1m Crt 0or Vernon
PO Bo 3-0. '.'erron FL 324.:
,r prl.po:,als na, cc lurne a Ito
City.Hall, 2996 Main Street, Ver-
non, FL. Proposals will close at
12:00 p.m., Monday, December
11,2006.
For additional Information you
may contact City Hall at 850-
535-2444. .
THE CITY OF VERNON IS
AND EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
EMPLOYER WITH A DRUG
FAEE nyORKPLACE THE Cir'
RESERVES TH-E EIGHT TO
REJECT Ail' AiD ALL PRO.
POSaLS
S-HAROrl H COBS
CiTYCLERK
a puolsnelnm.3 i ir.n Wl ir.irg.lan
Counr, IrJica r-lo.,moyr 18
22, 2006.

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
WASHINGTON COUNTY COM-
MISSION
Separate sealed BIDS for
WASHINGTON COUNTY CR-
278 ROAD IMPROVEMENTS will
be received by the Washington
County Board of County Com-
missioners at the Washington
County Administrative Office
until _3:00_.(CST), DECEMBER
18'h. 2006_. The bid will be
awaraa0 at Irea nel ,crneaule.
Wa hin,1Or. C Ourr C.3'TT'Ira.i fr
Meer.'-,
Th.O C'3iTRAACT DOU,UMENTS
ircluad all prince nlacnt ara-:rmc-Ari
necessary in order for bidders,
to properly respond. The docu-
e.nnis ma, tc a rr.lI.d a l Irrs
oiIOwing 13ICil.ir,
Washington County Administra-
.tive Office, 1331 South Blvd.
Chipley, FL 32428.
Preble-Rish, Inc., 5365 Scenic
Hwy 30A, Suite 104, Santa
Rosa Beach, FL 32459 (850)
231-3902.
Copies of the CONTRACT DOC-
UMENTS may be obtained at the
following locations upon pay-
ment of $_200.00_ for each
set (Non-refundable).
Washington County Administra-
tive Office, 1331 South Blvd.
Chipley, FL 32428
Preble-Rish, Inc., 5365 Scenic
Hwy 30A, Suite 104, Santa
Rosa Beach, FL 32459 (850)
231-3902.
The Board reserves the right to
waive Informalities in any bid, to
accept and/or reject any or all
bids on the whole or in part with
just cause, and to accept the bid
that in their judgment will be In
the best interest of Washington
County.
As published In the Washington
County News November 22,
29, 2006
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
WASHINGTON COUNTY COM-
MISSION
Separate sealed BIDS for
WASHINGTON COUNTY CR-
276 ROAD IMPROVEMENTS will
be received by the Washington
County Board of County Com-
missioners at the Washington
County Administrative Office
until _3:00_.(CST), _DECEMBER
18 ", 2006_. The bid will be
awarded at the next scheduled
Washington County Commission
Meeting.
The CONTRACT DOCUMENTS
include all pertinent attachments
necessary In order for bidders


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meni ,T,a De examirnea a the
loiic/1.-.g ic ariona
Vaar.i.nigtion C,:,urry Admiriaalra-
iivb Once 1331 Soulh Bid
Crpirn, FL 324.21
Prabl -A'rI iric .e .363 .:enc
H, 1i0A. Suie 104-. SanCa RGc.-
Beach/ FL- 32459 (850)
231-3902.
Cc.pai., ol the CONTRACT 0C0-
UJENTS mray b noontalned al tr,
i. Ii:..'-.C f.cabora ,uponrpa rr.em.
c.i ?')20 0U o,_ r a h ar iaCNon
rolu.darll
Washington County Admirilstra-
iiae Office 1331 S,,ilh Blvd
Cripa,. FL :4.}16
PiOla -r.P In,- 3r. 6 Scric
Ha, 'K-f4 ull" S 3arni-aRosa
B,3-cr, FL 3J2159 i1-3ti
r 31.. ii9 .
Tr. B a rrd l.n.c e ngrTr [
q. a.6 ,riA rT,, lilnir irn c-.. 10To
e.: rpI n. ,:,. rmlei d an. or all
bida on Irne nrrilb or in pan wir,
|u MT,: .uri, c r,. lu 1:., -epi Irac, cdd
[rial irn [rIn r i |A rraine, an ili O I.
in. &o i',l or :a ,.,1 ariIn.1O..
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A: CuCaiir.ao ..i. irna 'Vr.'i.I-m r .
Ciunil\ ,-.3.-', r*3.meDr `2
'006
iln THE C RCuT COURT OF THE
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR PALM BEACH
COUNTY, FLORIDA
C. a s-:e N o .:
.20054'jC00 74a.tt.B IAW'I
S02u05C AC078 7 COC'X1.IMB
MARK FEINSTEIN,
Plaintiff, ,
vs.
DEriarI' C: ARRA'0UILLO anr
cALLY C.ARrA..QLILLO T al
NIOTiCE OF FORECLOSURE
SLE
IITICE IS HEFtEBY GIVEN 'rmal
pDuiuar.l Ti a uornari lr irnal
Ju...IT.er. .l.: F.r.:.I:I.I ur. .I11eI r- '
rf.: .,c-Tr -19 "015 inr L,6 S io.,,v.
Tr i .a ,.i.. I u.lll ,o Ii r, r.ie.:y.-a
aia c.c i Cae,r icr ca2h al PalT.r
Beacm. Cc- r.y C.,ourwrhu2- "0'u
hierr. Dx.e- H,,lr.a, WNcI PaIn.
B:.i-:n Par I, IBeac:h Cour.Iv,
' Firr.raa or, Decrro.Dr 2006
.r. rc, m 1, ."0*", F.rEi floor. AT
10' clock am.; the following de-
scribed real property as set forth
i aid ajn-.T.,ary Final Judgment
ii Fc,re,:i Tolur l Ail
PARCEL I' .
Lot 160, DEER RUN, according
to the T.a or rial lhare.,. ai.
'rc.:.rdr in Piai B-ook 3L Paqa
3.1 ..i ile PuoII : ecacc-r.m ol Palm
Bea.r, Courrv. Faonr a
FaRCEi II
C,:,,.T,- y ih~o rI-,nh Or 'u,'a.
ar, i.n, l :.Tl Wi rr A. -1, r r,,
a cci-.citr-A wca .0l rind Nzli
e ci rI F inr Sir- I Irncl rur. n
Itnn ,io,' ,,t W-:e i rrn ecaggol
z.rC i.aA.In ltd 51 5 1. 1
p lr lor a n.iri.r..r.g poi'-l thence
S.'37 -i's 143 3 I% r inance N
'03 W 15irlea lna trnce S 7 1
W 18 3av t tr,..c N r 08 223 9J9
la l io a'. ,,orn, 0 r mn r,.-:e N
60E H 1f0 61haN,rS lo. la _-ealek
trncni C .:.uin alornq sai a _ai, alk
rf.O i i r1, P [ira ci 1-.r.ning
inr Bl.::,. 17 .r. cr, IfJIN l Of
rNE i a.,i i S.I.rn ToHnrriip A
ortr, HAnd9 13NW-,-T .'C,,roir,3
[.- I M.loraI PIl ,i' Cripley or
fi A ire, 1 i crl.ce .:1 ir.1 Cln'o rl
rrne C-r.:u.I C.u1rl or W iri.-.glion
Counrr/ Fic na1
, CI' PERA ON CL-sl'rIMIrCG yl IN.
TEREST III THE- SUFLLUI FAi-.l
THE SALE. IF ArI. OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THIE DATE C(rF THE LI- .PENCENS
IAMLIT FILE A. CLAIM 1 ITHmIN ,
D 3 FTR THE LSELE
DATED min: -.' n, oi laorAm-
ocr. I2006
SHARONR BOCK
Clerk, Circuit Court,
BY Kathy A ienderly
DuT/ Ir CrK
DUBON, ODUBOW & WALLACE
Attorneys for Plaintiff
215 North Federal Highway
Dania, Florida 33004
(954) 925-8228
By: JASON B. DUBOW
FLA. BAR NO.: 856487
As published in the Washington
County News November 22,
29,2006.

tIjOTICE OF CHAlIGE IT
REIGULATI,-,N AFFECTirOG
THE 'U5E OF LAND
ViaL..inpor. Counr, IE cornider.
iran cr.ar.ginrg Ire us 0 lrana for
Irne parcel a-.:n.l 1 b, r.a legal
ca.!cnp.rion r.preaenid DaloW
in. ac:odranc- wan inr Simall
S.:,alelArr,.mn..r.I R, ie Pryvi1
S ionr.;,:. iLr. Fi.:.nae Aamn intiratir e
Code aria he oesiIanelion ol
iWarirnglon Counr y as a Aurai
SArea oI Cri.:i Erconomic Cor..
cem, a Public Hearing will be held
by the Washington County Plan-
ning Commission (the dpsignat-
ad LOC:BI Plrlarirg Ag ricV) and
irne aWainingon C:unty Boara ol
Ci.unty Commisr i31ner,- Io Ioicn
Cubli, CoT.-anini conCerr.ingine
pr.opo.cAd Small Scale Land U-:
Crangae'CorTprehe .-..iAe Plan
ArT.6n.imp-nm
A PoliC. Hanrg Ir nfli lrissea
pro.c ,d= chanr.g.: arllber.Ailaon
DU.:.moor 5, 20)6 ar 5 00 P1.1 or
as soon thereaft-ar Ca oBpssice
at!the County Commlniioner.
Meeting Room, 1331 South
M Boulevard, Chipley, Florida. All
interested members of the public
are encouraged to attend.
' A Public Hearing to review these
proposed changes will be held on
December 21, 2006 at 5:00 PM
or as'soon thereafter as possible
at the County Commlssioners
Meeting Room, 1331 South
Boulevard, Chipley, Florida. All
Interested members of the public
Share encouraged to attend, .
information concerning the pro-
posed land use change Is avail-
able for review at the Washington
County Board of County Com-
mlisionera Office at 1331 South
Boulevard, Chlpley, Florida.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF.PAR-
CELS AFFECTED BY PROPOSED
AMENDMENT
Proposed Change from Agricul-
turb/Silviculture Use to General
Commercial Use (19.76 acres).
Petition for Land Use Change
SSubmitted by Varnum & Associ-
ates, Inc., the petttloner(s) and
Highland Properties, LLC, .the
property ownerss.
The purpose of this Land Use
Change/Comprehensive Plan
Amendment is to allow for a
Commercial Development Site.
The parcel is described as fol-
lows:
Begin at the southwest corner
of the Northwest quarter of said
Section 6, Township 2 North,
Range 14 West, Washington
County, Florida; Thence go S.
8946'04" E, along the South
line of said Northwest quarter a
distance of 1671.00 feet; thence
go S 00*23'06" E, a distance
of'1300.41 feet; thence go N
89"20'12" W, adistanceof351.03
feat to the point of beginning;
thence go S 00'23'06" E; thence
go S 00*23'06" E, a distance of


6t 21 To a poinl O1 irntnraaclr-:-r
ain rme Nonirerly Rinr-Gr-ol-ayV
line ot MOFI Hill FIcIa tiier.ce
go N 419 ?26'5' Walo.rg :'5.
Noirenbrly Aign ol-Wa lir.. a
. balance or 23.50 leer. irar.,:-
go N 51J475, N 3lo-.g cada
Nonnerl) Rgnr.oi.Wa, line a
alliance 01 333 20 fli; iner..:e
go hi 58?27 37 W a.:"-g said
Nornnerly Righl.-or-ay lir.e, .a
distance Of 87.61 feet; thence
go N 77'17'11'" W, along said;
Northerly Right-of-Way line, a
Oitlarnc Ol 6.'t. I leerl 1 a pa.'om
oi inrireci.orl wilt the NirrIhetyni
Pigni.o1-Wiay ll-. or Stalc R0rad
2 77 .;ja porai lurng cr. a c ijra
counca.1 Souierinai e i ad
r.3,ir.g 3 rac.u-: ol 293 ,i rieel
Ihenc go : al:.r.g ;aid rlorin.ny
Rightl.-I Wa lire r.i I,1 al- R.,,a
179 ar, arc lenjinf cI1 4113
l t iraougnr. 3a cr.rarl .ami,-
,01 6 06'03 ICB=r13 40r la
V. Ch-=J 18,56'1 Io Ine pC,rGl oI
ltnr..arnCy In.r,.:I god 3$9.43,z
S3ralong .-aid Nornnerly R .rni -o
Way line, a diCiance or1 697 I
i-el. lhric e ,i.3 I 39 .14 53 W.
along ia N.-lnhirly Rignl.ol.
Way line, a distance of 152.25
teetr lT a boirl glyi.g or. inA WeSl
line or irei ac-,.a3,a Secticnr 6
i r.ance oaeartng f.55d Nonrierny
Rfgr.I -cI.-Way Ir,-n go N 00 0110'
E., lrag :a 'Wcil line aailaunrr..
,i 398.91 feal irr.n.i:a go N
9000'00" E, a distance of 46.38
feet; thence go N 4633'10" E,
a a, ulainCe 71 415 feet; thence
g.-:. I 1 4' 1 u.I E a O.rar.-,E
Of 119'33 feet; thernce go S
6.9 17 1J E aci;in-o.ii .9 ;7
leei. mr.n:e g.o 3 8 1603 E
a lr.lr.cr c Ctr 21-' len d Ire'..,,v
,go N 1316 3? E, aa 'lanicc 01
2" : '1e ir.i,menr..:eg.- S '4:','
E, a a.'anr,:e 1 140 0[ iei
tr.-r.ce go 5,4"5 4',0," E
diaanrce ci 9021 l ira trin'iCe
go S 39 J3 -l1 E a o i In-:
o1 795 00 rie inir,.,,- g. 5S
50" 16 39' W a d,.Tnc e Olr-i'00t
leel. raer.ce gc. S 39 43 ?1' E a
OalarceoI ?02145 e- ic.a pinl
I,.rlg On a Curve conc.r,e .urn.
wn ;lerly anm riav.ng a ra.u u I
3213Su reel ir ence o long
Sa.c.a ur- r arIrc kngtr, Ol 286 76
Iao1. trrougr. a central an.laile C
05-i,46' (CB=N37 :0958' W,
CH=?86 i') 10 ire poiri of far.-
gercy lr.rni.go SC33 1301 E.
a ai.l-n,.:- ,1i 788 11 ifel -,e r,.i-e
gc. r1 56-16'59",E 8 a di..l .cze
ol ;an 52 fer'to Irer, A.nI c.I,
~gnriniri. -ml irae paril ran
de--.:r;aed Said parce-i :-onrai.-h
19 76 a.:- rr.e,r, Or l-:
PARCEL IDENTIFICATIONaI uM-
BER 00000'J00-.0.319-0001ul
CONTAINS 19 76AGRESMORE
OR LESS
A .erii,inm recorra ol ihe:e pro-
ceedriga awi nor be ktoI II
hall oe Ihe re.por..a.illy of any
pcrsarn. deia.r.g Io appeal ra -
aeci.iin m3ae by Naah.nrgl.:.n
C'mu,"tr rttnpF.ecI i.3 F., TaTTra
c:.',rmiereto a 1rI public: rnarnn3.
in irTur tIl a ia.eroaiTi re-lordoi
the proceedings is made.
As publl:h-3 rn in,,E WNani,r.gfon
Counrtly rNeC NOv-.rnDer 22,


NOTICE OF CHrIIGE INr
REGULATION AFFECTIaCG
THE USE OF LAND
Waihir.g.in1r. Cour.r, conr;i.,er-
mIg crn. a.g.rqr Ira uI ,O l0rand lot
ir. parcel eCrraI CI, y iT c legal
dtcnnplhin pmr.-r lD ba-Iow
In accorarice r I t'he Small
Scale Amenramenit IW. FProv.-
iord3i Oin e Fiondar.orindirrurvse
Cc.da Public Hear.r. g will be
neiidj y i Nr, ah.ngior. Cour.ry
Planning.r C'ommT,,.unr. (Itn.r a.:.
ig. iaged Local Planringr Ager.c,V
And the Washington County
Boara oI Coury Comnmi.':or.-
er: 10 Go1C.I public comment
concerning thv prc.po.-ed Land
Une Crnarge.,'Cc.prer.6rmile
Flan Amrr. n rinrri
A FPubliC Hearing IT, Io ravc the.-
propozietra canQe .iWll bd n6i.i or,
D .rriear 562006 al 5 03) PM or
as Ec'onr Inrearter a2 pOc EiDl
31 Inr Coaunty Corrric.3:.rnra
1.1Melirg Room 1331 Sourn
Booalevar,o Chiplay Floraca All
Iniere:elea em r rs or Ihe public
ar encouraged i-i arlrnd
A PuC-Iic Heannag lorq vieW n in. mi
propcr.oEe crar.ge,' cul e held or
December 21 3006 al 5 00 PM
or 3 asor. [neresrter a' poO&siDle
at the County Commissioners
Meeting Room, 1331 Soun
Boulevard, Chipley, Flnor, Ail
iniermi-ed rn embersof he public
are encouraged 1o atend
Information concerrning the Pro-
po-'ealar.a ue change .aill-
able lor reiew al me a arivn.3Ior.,
Counrt Board oi County Co.T.-
rr.i l r.r .Otfi:s al 1331 South
Bcrulearo Crpley. Fion-ja
LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF Pa,-.
CELSAFFECTEDBY PROPOSED
AMENDMENT .
PioEnos.Ej Crange irom LOA
Der.:.,l R 3,;l.enr.ial U. 1io LOu '
Medium Density Residential
Use (9.96 acres). Petition for
Land Use Change Submitted by
. Alday-Howell Engineering, Inc.,
petitioner for Bobby and Karen
Johnson, the property owners.
The purpose of this Land Use
Change/Comprehensive' PJah
Amendment Is to allow for a
Residential Subdivision.
The parcel Is described as fol-
lows:
Commencing at the south-
west corner of section 11,
township 4 north, range 13
west of Washington County;
thence N.0042'38"E., a dis-
tance of 2,608.51 feet; thence
N.00*42'38"E., a distance of
66.00 feet; thence S.89*29'00"E.,
a distance of 135.23 feet; thence
S.8929'00"E., a distance of
889.94 feet to the POINTOF BE-
GINNING; thence N.001'00"E.,
a distance of 871.31.feet; thence
N.8911'04"W;., a distance of
250.00 feet thence N.03836'43"E.,
a distance of 143.93 feet; thence
N.87"30'49"E., a distance of
175.65 feet; thenceN.18019'44"E,
a distance of 138.98 feet; thence
S:65"37'50"E., a distance of
51.03 feet; thence S.52"56'10"E.,
a distance of 81.99 feet to the
point of curve of a non tangent
cur-e to the left, of which the
radius point lies S.52'56'10"E..
a radial distance Of 80.00 feet;
thence southwesterly along the.
arc, through a central angle of
05*21'39", a dstanceof7.49feeti"
thence continue southeasterly
along said curve through a central
angle of 12213'11", a distanceof
170.65 feet to a point of reverse


curve to the right having a radius
or 16 00 ie i and a c-rnral angle
or U '27 53 th encea zourir,3 -1 .
Enly alor. trer arc, a dsarce of
I .15 lieet i, a porni 0copouMrp, u
Cure Ic the rgh hang a radlius
I 1t0 00 I-or and a central 3rgl
ol 21:37'32.". inence outheArly
along the arc, distance of 56.62
feet; thence S.0134'25"W.,
a distance of 122.46 feet;
thence S.01*11'00"W., a dis-
tance of 775.36 feet; thence
N.88*45'00"W.; a distance of,.
170.93 feet to the POINT OF
BEGINNING.
Containing' 223,800 square feet
or 5 1I aCra roreorr'le
END ,F DESCRIPTION
AND
LEGAL DESCRIPTION
Colmmer.cnr.3 .1 irne .suir,-..'
F COrnfEr ol ,a.:llor. 1 1
i niip J. north, rance 13
weil uo Wa.:r'r.-'I-or Counly
irenc.e N `00:4 38"E a a,-i-
tahce of 2,608.51 feet; thence
;J Ou:J2'3B E a dialanre o01
6cc 00 le.t [hence S 89 29 00 E.
a dtlan,:ci 1 135.23 lce, Ithence
S 8 29 00 E 3 oisiance 01
1,060.87feettothePOINTOFBE-
GINNING; thence N.01 "11'00"E.,
a distance of 775.22 feet; thence
N.01*34'25E;, a distance of
1?2 6le I -t I. a ooini of curve
Io e lexn raving a radius of:.
210.00 feet and a central angle
of 25"13'34"; thence northerly'
along Ire arc a dstar :e 1i 92 .6
l-el 10 tre poer of Curve of a
r-or, larigent curve 1o eIr i a1ri1,
o0 wncr, in- raoia, pcnar, a116
S 6i, 37'30 E 3 radial ililarnc, ,'
of 10 3.2 .E5 lc el. In-r, ca r.rrnn..
erlv alorng Inc arc, irrougn 3
c.n'tral rigql of 00*04'42", a
0a'lar.ia ol 14.11 feet to the
poyr.I i cIure u a rln tangent
cur\ ioc ir.e lefn. ,ofI wh,c Ir.
rad.u po.r.- i. I-e N 5. 31i09 W
a radc.l ae..i, 01or 800 leer
lhr.ce nonrtrwsentr along the
arc Irtrougar 3 central anrgl
c.i I'j.633 53 as3 asi Cof
176 72 reI1. Inence cC.r;rru.n
Aen7erin alorn. raidcun.6inruu.rr.
a cr.erral angi of 07 03 16'. a
d.aiance or 9 65 1at Irince
N 11:0 ,1'W V.. adlllarnce 01o
2.8' leeel rnmrnce I 03:'07 49"W
a a;Itance ol 0 C12 tri. ir.cra.:c-
co'rinu norlnerly along yad
Ir.n a di:iance ol 1?36? leer
irr,. .:- :59 18 E. a Ic*s
i ra.:e of 226.72 er i. r.er.ce
."0:t-il rri,'i. e U 9a' 3, .E "
a a :.r:c r 5li5. lee'r Inlrinca
$S 9 291'E .'E i.anc c31
J9 i.,le.. rher.:c S 01-11'? W .
,a .1,arcE 0o16 0 3 lea, irier..:e
r4.88-48 0( W a diSlarnc *, ]
49 99c trienceS.01 I 15 14V
a a.i.tarn.:6 o1- 99 98 eel hence
N 88'45 00 W a d.rance or
128.27 feet to the POINT OF .
BEGINNING. '
Containing 209,755 square feet n
or 4 2 acre, more Or ic:A.
END OF DESCRIPTION
PARCEL IDENTiFICATiON NUM-
BERS. 0000060000 0271-.000"
and 00-100000.00 2271-0004
CONTAINS a S9 ACRES MORE
OfR LESS
A vlt.a-rn liecord. br ih-c prc.- '
ceedind 6 will r.o1 De kepl 11
hill I-he re?,pon-i'ilil of ,any
p ron ariaeir. 1 toappal an,
aeOCli1n made Oy Wa.ningTrcn
Counr, ri, ra rep6d lo 3r ny iatlr
cori m rd dl rhd U Ic rnenr g
iOirJrn thai a er1avim recor- o0
rth.pro. eorGa" izmasde aApuD-
ilied o'n tire WN ringerr, Cournty
reAww Ijovernmnr 2, 20?06


NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARING
A public neanng awll op reid or.
Tuesday, DecAmber 15. 200 at
irir E r', Towrn Hall al wrnich InT,6
tIr loarn ,ourcil AlI con;riar rIs
adoplior. Irno law Tre orainranca
in '1 : iitrre,' may t.e ,rnpecit'
at ire onI'ic it Irne lowr. clrk
aunrng re.gUlar working rnour- All
in[irealac panic' mae appea
al in- meeling and be reard
wvh respecI to tthe proposed
oroirance
ORDINANCE NO 2006F10
ARlalirn to Sexual ohtenca:.'
prida3.r1 cralir.g an area around
ic..:anlicns here children con.
grqgai-. Providing penalties, and '
ar. 6'ieftive date
i a person decides to appeal
any decialon made by thetown
council with respect to any matter
considered at such hearing, he
will need a record of the proceed-
ing7, an-a lor such purpose may
need to ensure that a verbatirri
record of the proceedings is
m(hade, which record IncIudes'the
testimony and evidence upon
whicr he aprpeialli Dasea
Lirda Maaniw
850-535-2842
As published In the Washington
County News November 22,
29,2006;

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Tharp & Sons Mini Storage in
Chipley, Fl. will hold either a pr-
vati or public sale on the.e'units
"or A.r,.paymelI of renl In ac.
cordance with the Fl. Statue Law,
83. Tenants will have until 12/9/06
to pay in full. No Checks.
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2. Jeremiah Butler
Chipley, Fl.
As published in the Washington
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29,2006.

ATTORNEY SERVICES
The Town of Wausau, Florida Is
accepting proposals for profes-
sional services of an Attorney,
Said proposershall attend council
meetings when requested by the
Town Council and Include tele-
phone consultations in the coat
of services. All relevant federal,
state, and local regulations and
licensing requirements must be
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Ave Lee Watson
turns 93
Ave Lee Watson turned
93 years old on Oct. 18.
She took a trip and cel
ebrated with family in
the mountains in Ten
nessee with her daughter
son-in-law, some of her
grandchildren and great
grandchildren. Ave had a
wonderful time.

TO
ADVERTISE
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Cumbie-Gray engagement
Patricia Cumbie along with Mr. and Mrs. Rober
Cumbie, all of Apopkka, announce the engagement o
their daughter, Allison to Zach Gray, son of Mr. and Mrs
Don Gray of Bonifay.
Allison is a graduate of Central Florida Communit'
College. She is employed \ ith a local hospital as a reg
istered nurse.
Zach is a graduate of Chipola College where he earned
an Associate Degree of Nursing. He is employed with
local hospital.
The wedding is planned for Saturday, Nov. 25, at 1(
a.m., at Robert Fowler Park in Geneva, Ala. A recep
tion will follow at Oak Grove Pentecostal Ministries ii
Bonifay. No local in\ stations will be sent, all family and
friends are in\ ited to attend.


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Jennifer Diaz, wife of the late Benigno Diaz, Jr., of
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Chelsea Sinceray to Jonathan Hugh Gibson, son of Grant
and Paula Gibson also of Chipley.
Chelsea is the granddaughter of the late Rene Perez
and Margaret Perez, the late Benigno Diaz Sr. and Dora.
WatsQn, all of Tampa.
She is a 2002 graduate of Chipley High School and
a 2004 graduate of Chipola College. She earned a
bachelor's degree in psychology from Troy University in
May, and is pursuing a master's degree in clinical mental
health counseling. Chelsea is employed as a behavioral
health technician.
, Jonathan is the grandson of the late Jack and Helen
Ziegler of Chipley, and the late Buddy and Delores
Bussey of Jupiter.,
He graduated from Chipley High School in 2000 and
is a 2004 graduate of Chipola College. Jonathan earned a
bachelor's degree in geomatics from Troy University in
August and is employed with Buchanan and Harper, Inc.
The wedding ceremony will take place at the First
Baptist Church, Dec. 16 at 5:30 p.m. All family and
friends are invited to attend.

NAACP banquet
NAACP will hold their annual banquet on Friday, Dec.
8, at the Jackson County Agriculture Building, 2741
Pennsylvania Avenue, in Marianna.
The social hour will begin at 6:30 p.m., followed
by the program at 7 p.m. The speaker this year is Rev.
Johnny McKinnie, pastor of St. Luke Baptist Church in
Kissimmee. He is originally from Campbellton, where
most of his family resides.
The Freedom Fund Dinner serves two purposes for
the NAACP. First it allows us to recognize and fellow-
ship with members of our community who have worked
hard during .the year furthering the cause of civil rights;
secondly, it is our primary source of funding for future
branch activities.
Letters have been sent out to many local churches to
reserve a table and be recognized. Those churches wish-
ing to reserve tables are asked to call 850-482-320, 850-
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2B, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, November 22, 2006


Sawyer Dan Cross
Tony and Carla Cross announce the birth of their son,
Sawyer Dan. He was born September 13, at 4:50 a.m.,
and weighed 7 lbs and 8 oz. He was delivered in Dothan
Alabama at Flowers Hospital.
Sawyer's grandparents are Hardy Cross of Marianna,
Eddie and Jo Davis of Chipley, and Atwood and Sandra
Kimbrough of Pace. His great-grandmother is Goldie
Brooks of Pace.
After a short visit to Children's Hospital in Birming-
ham he is home and doing fine. Big sisters, Shelby and
Sydney are so excited to finally have their new baby
brother at home.


During the "Behind the Scenes" event hosted by The Chipola College chapter of Phi Theta Kappa
Chipola College chapter of Phi Theta Kappa on Nov. hosted "Behind the Scenes" for area middle school
13, Roulhac Middle School students portray "The students on Nov. 13. Poplar Springs students, (from
Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the left) Eric Todd, Jake Wangle. Hadley Battles and
Wardrobe." From the left: Matthew Weisensale, Mi- Natalie Roberts, create a scene from "The Island of
chael Prichard, Jessica Singleton, Jared Bozarth, and the Blue Dolphin." Poplar Springs won second place
Luke Hinson, Roulhac won third place. in the competition.


'Behind the Scenes'at Chipola College


The Chipola College
chapter of Phi Theta Kappa
hosted "Behind the Scenes"
for area middle school stu-d
dents on Nov. 13.
The project brought
together middle school
students to exhibit scenes
from novels they had read
in school. Students created


backdrops and costumes
for their scenes which were
judged by volunteers..
Chipola president Dr.
-Gene Prough awarded priz-
es to the winners. Grand
Ridge Middle School won
first place. Poplar Springs
won second. Roulhac
Middle School was third


and Blountstown Middle
School won fourth place.
Poplar Springs students
Eric Todd. Jake Wangle.
Hadley Battles and Natalie
Roberts created a scene
from ."The Island of the
Blue Dolphin." with direc-
tion from teacher Shirley.
Owens.


Roulhac Middle School
students Matthew Weisen"
sale, Michael Prichard.
Jessica ,Singleton. Jared
Bozarth, and Luke Hinson.
portrayed "The Chronicles
of Narnia: The Lion, the
Witch and the Wardrobe,'
along with their teacher
Jennifer Sapp.


Information provided on flu vaccine


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Essay winners
Two students in Chipola College's Automotive Tech-
nology program recently won a state-wide essay con-
test sponsored by the Florida Automotive Industry
Association (FAIA). Ahmed Santana of Graceville
received $500 for, his first-place essay. Matthew
Conrad of Sneads won $250 for his second-place
essay. Pictured from left: Roy Scheffer, a past presi-
dent of FAIA; George Ehrhard, FAIA executive vice
president; Bud Riviere, Chipola dean of Workforce
Development; Ahmed Santana of Graceville; Chipola
automotive instructor John Gardner; and Matthew
Conrad of Sneads.

Jackson Wayne Bruner
Dr. and M.rs. Wayne M. Bruner Jr.of Temple. Texas
announce the birth of their son, Jackson Wayne Bruner.
Jackson was born November 13, and weighed 8 pounds.,
4 ounces. He was 19 inches long. Jackson's paternal
grandparents are Wayne and Phyllis Bruner of Ocala,
formerly of Bonifa.

'Christmas on the Square'
"Christmas on the Square will be held in Blount-
stown. Magnolia Square on Saturday, Dec. 2 beginning
at 9 a.m. There will be arts and.crafts booths, food
vendors and all type of activities and entertainment for
children and family. Enjoy the annual Christmas parade
scheduled to begin at 6 p.m., then stay for a free street
dance afterwards.

Bridge-A-Rama
The new season of play in Bridge-A-Rama will start
soon. Anyone interested in scheduled play of social
bridge, about once a month, is welcome to join.
The program benefits the Washington County Library
through a tax-deductible donation. Those interested
should call Fred Lavender at 638-1612 to join or for

more information.


. In preparation for the
2006-2007 flu season. Flor-
ida Department of Health
(DOH) officials urge Flo-
ridians, especially those 50
years of age and older, to
make an appointment with
their primary health care
provider to receive a flu
vaccine. Since flu season
can begin as early as Octo-
ber, it is best to schedule an
appointment now to ensure
you are vaccinated later in
the year.

Literacy classes
The Holmes County
Literacy Office, sponsored
by the Americorp Vista
and the Holmes County
Public Library. is available
for students who wish to
improve their reading and
writing skills.
Students are also in\ ited
to register. for an on-line
class and learn. with the
help of an instructor. Tuto-
rials are available allow ing
students to learn at their
own pace.
'Become a part of GCF
Global Learning. It of-
fers beginning computer
courses and other learning
opportunities worldwide in
English and Spanish.
This is a FREE program.
For information, please
contact Gloria dr Maria at
547-5811.


DOH anticipates that flu
vaccine will be plentiful
this season. Influenza vac-
cine manufacturers project
that approximately 100
million doses of influenza
vaccine will be available
in the U.S. for use during
the 2006-2007 influenza
season. This amount rep-
resents approximately 16
percent more doses than
were available for the 2005-
06 season.
Health care workers are


a group at high risk for
acquiring and transmitting
illnesses such as influenza
in their workplace and
should be immunized.
Annual influenza vac-
cination is recommended
for persons at high risk for
influenza-related compli-
cations and severe disease.
including children aged
6--59 months, pregnant
women, persons age 50
and older, persons of any
age with certain chronic


medical conditions. -per.
sons who live with or care
for persons at high risk, in-
cluding household contacts
who have frequent contacts
with persons at high risk
and who can transmit in
fluenza to those persons at
high risk, and health-care
workers.
For information about
how to .schedule a flu vac-
cination. contact your pri.
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Wednesday, November 22, 2006, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 3B
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Jacob Garrett
Miller born
Jacob Garrett Miller
born to Gary and Beth
Miller on Oct. 18, at 8:55
a.m. at Flowers Hospital in
Dothan, AL. He weighed 7
pounds, 9 ounces and \ as
20.5 inches long. .
Jacob's maternal grand-
parents are Richard and
Nancy Gilmore of Bonifay.
Paternal grandparents are
W.W. Miller of Corpus
Christi, Texas and Blakey
Miller of Panama City
Beach.

Players sought
The Panama City Lady
Lighting is seeking elite
girl's .fastpitch softball
players for their upcoming
spring season ages 10-12.
Please contact 850-276-
0864 or 763-9005.

Ombudsmen
needed
The Panhandle Long-
Term Care. Ombudsman
Council is in need of vol-
unteers to serve the resi-
dents of nursing homes, as-
sisted living facilities and
adult family care homes
in Washington and Holmes
counties. For information
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Phillips benefit
A benefit cookout for
Johnnie Eric Phillips will
be held '2 p.m. Dec. 2 at
Sam's Place on High"way
79, north of Bonifay.
Cookout plates will be
$5 each. Drink specials
will be $1.50-50 tickets
will cost $1 each or six for
$5. and the drawing will be
at 5 p.m.
Johnnie was born 'April
7, 2006, with cerebral
palsy and epilepsy. He has
had four major surgeries in
the past few months and is
taking several daily medi-
cations through a G-tube
because he is unable to
swallow.
The youngster is' seen-
by many specialists in
Pensacola on a weekly'
basis, arid the family needs
financial help with trans-
portation.
'Donations may be made
to Tabatha Phillips, in care;
of Jerry Phillips, 1971 N.
Highway 79, Bonifay. FL
32425.


Daniel Lee
Pegouskie
Amy Lynn and Patrick
Lee Pegouskie announce
the birth of their son Dan-
iel Lee.
He was born Nov. 2 at
Jackson County Hospital
in Marianna.
Daniel weighed six
pound, nine ounces and
was 19 3/4 inches long.
Maternal grandparents
are Mona and William
Thompson of Bowling
Green, Ky. Great-grand-
mother, Lucy Nicks, and
great-great-grandmother
Leah are both from Altha.
His paternal grandpar-
ents are Christine and John
Mallory of Clarksville, and
Timothy Pegouskie of Mio
Mich.
Great-grandparents,
Joyce and Arthur Cason
live in Chipley, and Ben
Durfee is from Mio, Mich.
Daniel was welcomed
home by his big sister,
.three-years-old Cheyenne.

Weatherization
Program
Tri-County Community
Council's Weatherization


Left: Harvest Day
queens, front row, from
left: Preteen Miss, Alicia
Kersey; Miss Harvest
Day, Courtney Corbin;
Little Miss, Victoria Ste-
verson; and Petite Miss,
Brook McIntosh. Back
row: Teen Miss, Ashley
Fowler, and Junior Miss,
Amber Nolin.


Two local queens par-
ticipated in the events for
the recent Graceville Har-
vest Day Festival. Little
Miss Harvest Day, Victoria
Steverson, and Preteen
Miss Harvest Day, Alisha
Kersey, rode on a, float
along with other queens
from Graceville and Poplar
Springs.


Holmes Council on Aging meal
Holmes County Council on Aging will: serve a home
cooked meal the last Friday of every month, beginning
at 10:30 a.m. at the Center at 210 W. Kansas Avenue in
Bonifay. They will also be honoring those having birth-
days each month. For information call 850-547-2345.


After the parade Victoria
and Ashley helped host
a tea for all the beauty
queens at the festival. Fol-
lowing the tea the girls en-
joyed meeting with country
singer Shane Owens..


HUD applicants
Tri-County Community
Council, Inc., Washington
County HUD Section 8
Rental Assistance Program
is currently taking applica-
tions for the waiting list.
Contact Stacie Jensen at
638-4520 ext 102.

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


help reduce the energy'
burden on low-income
residents by installing cost-
effective energy efficient
measures while ensuring
their safety.
These measures in-
clude, window, exterior
door, weather stripping
and threshold replacement,
minor floor and ceiling
repairs as well as attic and
waterline insulation.
For more information
on this program, contact
Carol Edwards at (850)
547-3688.

'One-People-
One-Voice'
"One-People-One-Voice"
Conference will be held
Nov. 30, Dec. 1 and 2, at
the Graceville Civic Cen-
ter. Activities will include
Youth 'Explosion, a semi-
formal mother/ daughter
luncheon and youth,
men's, and women's work-
shops.
For tickets or for more
information call 850-415-
1600.


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4B, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, November 22, 2006


James Horvath, 49
James Wesley Horvath
of Chipley died Nov. 18 as
the result of an automobile
accident near Fountain. He
was born April 21, 1957,
in Toledo, Ohio, to Wil-
liam R. and Jean L. (Ellis)
Horvath.
Horvath had lived in
Chipley since 2001, mov-
ing there from Bradenton.
He was of the Catholic
faith and was a member of
AMVETS and American
Legion. He was employed
by the U.S. Postal Service
as an electronic tech in
Panama City. He was pre-
ceded in death by a sister,
Elizabeth Horvath.
Survivors include his
wife, Debra Horvath of
Chipfey; two sons, Ryan
Wesley Horvath of Sylva-
nia, Ohio, Benjamin Drew
Horvath of Erie, Mich.;
one daughter, Shanna Ray
Lynn of Cottondale; fa-
ther, William R. Horvath;
mother, Jean L. Malhon
oi Toledo, Ohio; three
brothers, Anthony Michael
Horvath of Oregon, Ohio,
Martin Vincent Horvath
and Matthew Malhon,
both of Toledo, Ohio; one
sister, Marlette Malhon of
Toledo, four grandchildren,
two nieces and numerous
nephews.
Funeral will be 10 a.m.
Nov. 22 at St. Joseph the
Worker Catholic Church
in Chipley with Rev. Sean
Knox officiating.'
Burial will follow at
Calvary Cemetery in
Sunny Hills with Brown
Funeral Home of Chipley
directing.
George Jordan Sr., 64
George Benjamin Jor-
dan of Marianna died there
Nov. 14. He was born
April 20, 1942, to Harrel
Gleasner and Ette Cordelia
(Adams) Jordan.
Jordan was of the Free
Will Baptist faith and was
a member of Holly Grove
Free Will Baptist Church.
He was preceded in
death by a ,son, Cecil Jor-
dan.
Survivors include his
wife, Imogene Jordan of
Marianna; two sons, Ben
Jordan of Marianna, Scott
Jordan and wife; Crystal,
of Birmingham, Ala.; two
brothers, James Jordan and
wife, Carolyn, Wilky Jor-
dan and wife, Wanda, all
of Chipley; one sister, Ann
Patterson and husband,
Thomas, of Lake Butler,
and two grandchildren.
Funeral was held in Hol-
ly Grove Free Will Baptist
Church in Marianna with
Rev. Irvin Jennison offici-
ating. '
Burial followed in the
New Hope Baptist Church
Cemetery,' with Brown
Funeral Home of Chipley
directing. .
Benjamin Williams, 54
Benjamin Lyle Williams
of Bonifay died Nov. 12
at his home. He was born
Feb. 21, 1952, in Goshen,
N.Y, to the late Art and
Kate Williams.
He was preceded in
death by his parents; one


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Three 9-1 entrants in
last week's football contest
claimed its top prizes.
Jody Miller of Chipley
won $25 with a 41-point
tiebreaker guess for the
Ohio State-Michigan


game, in which 81 points
were scored.
Lemuel Suggs of Vernon
was 'second-place money
of $15, while Jeff Miller of
Chipley was third, winning
$10. They guessed 29 and
28 points, respectively, in
the tiebreaker.
Today's contest, pub-
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final one of the season.


brother, John Arthur Wil-
liams, and one nephew,
Steven Williams.
Survivors include his
wife, Patricia Marie Daly
Williams of Bonifay; two
brothers, Roger Dale Wil-
liams and wife, Theresa,
and David Arnold Wil-
liams, all of Bonifay; two
aunts, Virginia Mania
and Lily Masker, both of
Warwick, N.Y.; father and
mother-in-law, Charles
and Valerie Daly of War-
wick; one brother-in-law,
Brendan Daly and wife,
Monica of Warwick; two
sisters-in-law, Patricia
Williams of Vernon and
Maureen Daly of Warwick;
a godson, David Williams
Jr. and wife, Dawn; several
nephews an nieces, and a
number of other relatives
and friends.
Services were Nov. '15
in the funeral home cha-
pel with Rev. Jessie Mills
officiating' and Peel Fu-
neral Home of Bonifay in
charge.
Graveside burial ser-
vices were held Nov. 18
at Warwick Cemetery in
Warwick, N.Y.
Lily Ellis, 93
Lily Ellis of port St. Lu-
cie died Nov. 13 at Port St.
Lucie Nursing Care Center
there.
Survivors include \ a
son. Gifford Ellis of West-,
minster. S.C.; a daughter,
Margaret Gerling of New
York, three grandchildren,
two step-grandchildren
and two step-great-grand-
children.
Graveside service was
held Nov, 18 in Bonifay
Cemetery w ith Rev. Char-
lie New man officiating.
Sims Funeral Home of
Bonifay was in charge of,
arrangements.
Mary L. Turner. 60
Mary Louise Hayes
Turner of Gretna died Nov.
17 at Jackson Hospital
in Marianna. A native of
Leitchfield, Ky., she had
lived in Zephyrhills for
the last 20 years, and was
a resident of the Marianna
area for the past several
months.
Turner was a -former
resident of Elizabehtown,
Ky., and attended the First
Christian C church there.
She, was preceded in


death by her parents,
James E. and Altha Watson
Hayes, and four brothers,
William, Robert, Jessie and
Skeeter Hayes.
Survivors include her
husband, Leon Turner; one
son, Kenneth Turner and
wife, Sharon, of Elizabeth-
town; two daughters, Pen-
ny Turner of Zephyrhills
and Jenell Moran and hus-
band, J.C. of Bonifay: two
brothers, Charles Hayes Of
Elizabethtown and Johnnie
Hayes of Missouri; two
sisters, Betty Vester of
North Carolina and Ruth
McMasters of, Elizabeth-
town, nine grandchildren
and two great-grandchil-
dren.
Memorialization was by
cremation with James &
Sikes Funeral Home, Mad-
dox Chapel of Marianna,
,in charge of arrangements.
Christa Smelcer, 62
Christa Elizabeth
Smelcer of Chipley died
Nov. 10 at her home. She
was born April 28, 1944, in
Steinbach, Germany, and
had lived in Chipley since
1991. She was a former
resident of Vernon.
Smelcer was of the
Catholic faith.
Survivors include her
husband, Jerry Smelcer of
Chipley; a son, Frank Kre-
ager of Hawkinsville, Ga.;
a daughter. Sabine Kreager
of Chipley: one brother.
Hans Hoffmann: two sis-
ters. Rita Scheuennainn
and Benita Sickenlarger.
three grandchildren. seven
nieces and nephews.
Memorial services %were
held Nov. 22 in the funeral
home chapel with Father
Irvin officiating.
Brown Funeral Home of
Chipley \ as in charge of
arrangements.
Mamie B. Vann, 55
Mamie Beatrice Vann
of ChipleN died Nov. 11 at
Gulf Coast Medical Center


in Panama City. She was a
native and life-long resi-
dent of Washington Coun-
ty. She was the daughter
of the late David Vann and
Queen Everett Vann.
Vann was. employed for
more than 16 years as an
environmental specialist
at Washington Rehabilita-
tion anrd Nursing Center in
Chipley.
' Survivors include three
sisters and their spouses,
Pamela and Hazel Edwards
of Vernon, Veryl and Sher-
man Curry, and Bridgett'
Vann, all of Chipley; two
brothers and sisters-in-law,
Billy and Christine Vann of
Chipley, David Jr. and Mae
Vann of Vernon.
Funeral was conducted
Nov. 18 at Orange Hill
Missionary Baptist Church
in Chipley with Rev. James
Johns officiating.
Burial followed in Or-
ange Hill Cemetery with
Cooper Funeral Home of
Chipley directing.
Alice Frazier, 90
Alice Frazier of Chipley
died Nov. 16 at Washington
County Rehabilitation and
Nursing Center there. She
was born in Ebro, daughter
of the late Andrew and
Maggie Lou Page.
In addition to her par-
ents, she was preceded in
death by a sister, Costella
Page.
Survivors include
several nieces and neph-
ews. Maggie Rea Home
of Chipley. Bishop J.C:
How ard and wife, Clydie,
of Pensacola. Antonio
Robinson. Bishop Michael
Killings and wife, Brenda,
all of Chipley; cousins, Ida
M. Cotton and Tommie
Andrews of ChipleN, and
many other relatives.
Services were held Nov.
20 in the funeral home cha-
pel with Bishop Michael
Killings officiating.
Burial follow ed at St. Jo-


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with Cooper Funeral Home
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Frances White, 80
Frances Juanita White
of Bonifay died Nov. 17
at Bonifay Nursing and
Rehab Center there. She
was born June 22, 1926,
in Seneca, S.C., to the
late Henry Clayburn and
Myrtie Marie Dixon.
In addition to her par-
ents, she was preceded in
death by a daughter, Terri
Lee White, and a grandson,
Mark Cole. ,
Survivors include her
husband, Joe White of
Bonifay; daughter and son-
in-law, Wanda Marie and
Mac Cole of Butler, Ga.,
four grandchildren and
eight great-grandchildren.
Funeral was held Nov.
20 at First Baptist Church
in Bonifay with Rev. Shelly
Chandler officiating.
Burial was in Bonifay
City Cemetery with Peel
Funeral Home of Bonifay
directing.
Susan E. Day, 59
Susan Ellen Day of
Bonifay died Nov. 15 at
her home there.
Survivors include her
husband, Jerry Day, and
a son, Jerry Day Jr, both
of Bonifay; and a brother,
Larry Adams of Bay Mi-
nette, Ala.
Services were held Nov.
17 at Bethany Baptist
Church w ith Rev. Ed Bar-
ley officiating.
Burial was in Esto Cem-
etery with Sims Funeral
Home of Bonifay direct-
ing.
Harry L. Smith, 69
Harry Lee Sniith of Esto
died Nov. 16 at his home.
He was born March 28,
1937, in Slocomb, Ala.
Survivors include his
wife, Shirley Waldrop
Smith of Esto; daughter,
Connie Smith Haygood of
Bradenton; two sons, Doug


Smith and Tim Smith, both
of Bradenton; three step.
daughters, Terrie Allen
and Sherrie Hobbs, both of
Esto and Cindy Hobbs of
Dothan, Ala.; two stepsons,
Tommy Hobbs of Cleve.
land, Ohio and Bobby
Hobbs of Esto; a brother,
Jimmy Smith of Wachulla;
15 grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren.
Memorialization was by
cremation with Peel Fu-
neral Home of Bonifay in
charge of arrangements.
Eloise Stewart, 71
Eloise Stewart of
Bonifay died Nov. 13 at
her home. /
Survivors include her
husband, John Clifford
Stewart of Bonifay; a
daughter, Donna Kissam
of Palm Bay; brother, Till.
man Pippin of Chipley, and
one grandchild.
' Services were held Nov.
17 in the funeral home cha.
pel with Revs. Odis White.
head and James Elmore
officiating.
Burial was in Shiloh
Cemetery in Chipley with
Sims Fueral Home of
Bonifay directing.
Grace Booten, 85.
Grace Booten of Noma
died Nov. 18 at Campbell.
ton-Graceville Hospital
following a brief illness.
She was born March 3,
1921, in Lawrence County.
Ky. She was a homemaker
and member of Noma Bap.
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death by her husband, Ce.
cil, and four children, Cary,
Cecil Ray, Jimmy and Lor.
raine.
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children, Larry Booten Sr.
and wife, Donna, of Davie,
Riki Booten of Eufaula,
Ala., Judy McElwain and
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VOLUME 8 NUMBER 44


NOVEMBER 22, 2006


On Nov. 24-25,
make a
statement
Tim Hall
-page 2

Local
church
activities

-page 3

'God
help
me'
Wes Webb
-page 4

Selling
out the
gospel
Janice Price
-page 4


"In the beginning..."
Genesis 1:1
"...was the Word..."
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Page 2, Real Power, Wednesday, November 22, 2006


On Nov. 24
REV. TIM HALL, pastor
Blue Lake Baptist Church
.. This is very hard because
I have many friends- who
work for or get most of their
income from Wal Mart.
But I believe that what the
American Family Asso-
I ciation is asking concerned
-~-, Americans to do Nov. 24
and 25 will send a strong
message to the Wal Mart
Corporation, with the least damage and hurt
to the employees themselves.
If you haven't already heard, the Wal Mart
Corporation has now followed in the steps of
the Ford Corporation, IBM and many others
companies who are now saying to America
that we need to become the next Sodom and
Gomorrah.
Because of the boycott of Disney World
for several years, due to similar actions, Dis-
ney has changed many things that-they do in
regards to the family. Ford is now seeing its
greatest loss in years because of the boycott
against the corporation because they have
been supporting the homosexual agenda, and
now Wal Mart follows. I truly don't under-
stand these corporations who hire executives
who are out of touch with the real world and
are willing to cater to less than two percent of
the population who used to hide in the closet
where they need to be, and lose 98 percent of
the people who have helped them to become
who they are today.
On Nov. 9, the American Family Associa-
tion sent out a newsletter stating, "In a show
of support to help homosexuals legalize same-
sex marriage, Wal Mart has agreed to auto-
matically donate 5% of online sales directly
to the Washington DC Community Center


& 25, make a statement


for Gay, Lesbian Bisexual and Transgender
People. The cash donation will come from
online purchases made at Wal Mart through
the homosexual group's Web site. This move
follows Wal Mart's joining the National Gay
and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce and
agreeing to give generous financial help to
that organization also."
On Nov. 14, AFA sent a second newsletter
which stated, "Wal Mart has gone on record
that they are an advocate for the homosexual
agenda. In the Out & Equal 2006 Workplace
Summit Program Guide, Wal Mart placed
a full-page ad which explicitly stated that it
would be an advocate for the homosexual
movement. Keep in mind this ad was de-
veloped for the homosexual conference and
aimed at participating homosexual groups.
"Not only did Wal Mart place the ad in
the program guide, they also gave $60,000
to Out & Equal, a homosexual organiza-
tion pushing the same-sex agenda, including
same-sex marriage, in the workplace. Out &
Equal served as conference host and the do-
nation-went to help sponsor the Out & Equal
Workplace Summit held this past September
in Chicago.
"The purpose of the conference was to train.
'homosexuals to convince the companies for
which they work to support the homosexual
agenda and to encourage other companies
to do the same.
'"At the conference, Pride, Wal Mart's in-
house homosexual group, presented a Pow-
erPoint presentation detailing how they were
successful in getting Wal Mart to support the
homosexual agenda. The PowerPoint pre-
sentation, telling Pride's story, contains 51
frames. Each page of the presentation con-
tains the line "Confidential Wal Mart Stores,
Inc." It was used to encourage conference


participants to follow Pride's example in the
companies for which they work."
Whether you realize it or not, God con-
demns homosexuality both in the Old Testa-
ment (Genesis 19; Leviticus 18:22-23; 20:13)
and the New Testament (Romans 1:18-32;'
1 Corinthians 6:12-20), and whatever God
condemns, we should not condone.
AFA has asked for 1,000,000 families to
agree to not shop at Wal Mart stores, online
Wal Mart catalog or Sam's Club (owned by
Wal Mart) on Friday, Nov. 24, and Saturday,
Nov. 25, which are normally two of their
highest volume days of the year. Also, sign
petitions to be sent to the corporate headquar-
ters, and contact the national headquarters
and the local store manager to let them know
that homosexuality is something we will not
tolerate being shoved on us and they should
not laugh at God as Sodom and Gomorrah
did.
Please let them know, if they don't want our
business, there are many other places to shop
for the same merchandise they carry. And as
we have said many times, which I hope the
message of the church comes across very
clear and strong, God loves the sinner but He
hates sin, and when an individual will give
their life to Him, they become a new person
in Him who also hates the sin (2 Corinthian
5:17). Because homosexuality, like adultery,
fornication, use of alcohol and drugs is not
a fact of your birth such as your race or sex,
but are decisions (choices) you make because
of influences in your life.
This message has been brought to you from the
heart of Tim Hall, pastor, Blue Lake Baptist
Church, 1405 Blue Lake Road, Chipley Florida,
32428 (850) 638-1034, The church PRAYER
LINE is 415-PRAY, E-mail: timhall_2000@ya-
hoo.com. Fax: (850) 638-0973


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Statement of Faith
The Bible (Old and New Testaments) is divinely inspired and the only infallible and authoritative Word of God. There is a one God
with a triune nature, Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Jesus Christ is true God and true Man, born of a virgin, Who died for man's sins
and was raised from the dead, literally and completely, by thepower of the Holy Spirit. All men have sinned, fallen short of the glory
of God and are in need of salvation. Salvation is by faith alone, provided through Jesus Christ, made available to all men through
God's grace. It is the will of God that every born-again believer be filled with the Holy Spirit. The Church consists of all those who
have received Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. Healing is provided through the redemptive work of Christ and is available to every
believer. All believers are called upon to witness their faith to the world and to do good works, not as a means of attaining salvation,
but as evidence of their salvation and out of love for their Savior.


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Homecoming
St. John's -Free Will Baptist
homecoming willbe Sunday, with'sing-
ing at 10 a.m., worship with Tommy
Capps at 11 and lunch after the service.
Afternoon service with James Elmore
will be at 2 p.m., with more special
singing and preaching. The church is
at 975 St.John's Road, Bonifay.
Revival slated
Victory Tabernacle in Fountain
will hold revival services Nov. 26-29
with Bro. Gerald Crabb. Sunday
service is at 6 p.m., weekdays at 7
p.m. The church is on Hwy. 231.

Liberian aid
Carl Hadley of Bonifay, a retired
Baptist pastor, continues, to seek
help funding an ongoing ministry
project in Liberia, where unem-
ployment among youth is threaten-
ing the stability of the small African
nation.
There are various supply needs
for this mission, which has over 450
children in the local school, 90 of
whom are totally dependent on the
staff.
Donors can send their checks to:
Liberian Ministries, 1325 Parrish
Road, Bonifay, FL 32425. The or-
ganization is an official nonprofit,
and all donations are tax deduct-
ible.

Free holiday meals
Chipley First United Meth-
odist will offer a free Thanksgiving
Day dinner Nov. 23, beginning at
noon and lasting until all the food
is gone. The church is on Hwy. 90
West, next to the courthouse.
God's Vineyard Worship
Center will have a free Thanksgiv-
ing dinner Nov. 23 at 12:30 p.m.
The church is on Hwy. 79 seven
miles south of Bonifay.

New service
A new contemporary service has
started in the area at First United
Methodist in Geneva, AL.
This casual praise and worship
gathering begins each Sunday at 9
a.m. The church invites everyone in
the area. to visit. The church is lo-
cated across from the Post Office
Traditional service is held in the


usual 11 a.m. time slot.


Prayer line
Blue Lake Baptist Church has es-
tablished a prayer line open to the
public. The number is 415-PRAY.
The line is staffed by designated
prayer warriors, and an answering
machine will take all calls.
when they are not available.
All messages will be checked, and
prayer will be offered for everyone
who calls.
If requested, callers can leave
their number and have someone
call them back to pray with them.

Prayer for
salvation
Heavenly Father, I come
to You in the Name of
Jesus. I acknowledge the
sin in my life and my
need for a Savior, and I
ask for Your forgiveness
in the Name and through
the Blood ofJesus. Lord
Jesus, I believe You are
the Son of God and that
You died on the crossfor
me. Please come into my
life and create in me a
clean, new heart. Holy
Spirit of God, I welcome
You. I ask for You to fill
me in accordance with
God's Word in Luke
11:13. Convict me and
guide me. Teach me to
hear Your voice through-
out the rest of my life.
As always, I pray in the
Name of my Lord and
Savior, Jesus. Amen.


Wednesday,November 22, 2006, Real Power, Page 3


Thank God From Whom All Blessings Flow
When I was a child, lareigious teacheof mine asked the students to
name some Christian holidays. Christmas and Easter were immediately
ii."- .Amentntioned. When asked if there were any others, I
_e" stated Thanksgiving. Although theteacher politely
;? told me that Thanksgiving was not a Christian
holiday, it is a day that is set aside each year to
thank God for all His many blessings. When we
have received something from someone else it is
only common courtesy to thank them. Likewise,
thanking God for His many blessings should be a
regular part of our daily prayer life. In the Bible,
when Jesus cured the ten lepers, only one came
back to thank Him. Perhaps, the nine who did not
return to thank Jesus are a reflection of how often
we fail to recognize God's many blessings in our lives. The important
thing to know is that we can never Thank God enough.
0 give thanks to the Lord, for He is good; His steadfast love


endures forever!


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Page 4, Real Power, Wednesday, November 22, 2006


Selling out the gospel


JANICE PRICE
77TIME Magazine recently ran a cover story, "Does God
want you to be rich?" If you listen to proponents of the
prosperity gospel, the answer is a resounding, Yes, God
wants you to be rich!
To be honest, I am trying to see the relationship be-
tween a congregation's donations keeping their minister
living in opulence and the gospel. I can not find any verse
stating any person who refuses to send generous dona-
tions to his local church minister to keep the minister in
diamond pinky rings, silk suits and luxury vehicles will
not enter the kingdom of God.
Now, I realize the Bible was written before the Mer-
cedes Benz was invented, so perhaps there is an applicable
verse in the New Testament stating, All church members
are required to keep their home church leader supplied
with an abundance of cattle, donkeys, jewelry and robes
or he will be tossed into the lake of fire with the other
cheapskates. Nope, I can not find that one either.
Wait, I do find a verse which I think of when the pros-
perity gospel is being expounded. Beware of false prophets,
which come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravening
wolves. Matthew 7:15.
If this sounds harsh, think about it for a moment. Is
this a gospel about Jesus or a self-propagandistic "gos-


pel"? The prosperity gospel appeals to the greedy side
of humanity and sometimes to the lazy side. It would be
nice to be able to send in a portion of income and never
have to worry again about finances, but would material
means solve all our problems and make us happy? More
importantly, do riches guarantee your name will be writ-
ten in the Book of Life? Wealth is not listed as one of
the prerequisites of salvation.
The gospel does include riches, though. Listen, my dear
brothers: Has not God chosen those who are poor in the eyes of the
world to be rich in faith and to inherit the kingdom he promised those
who love him? James 2:5 (NIV).
God does prosper some materially but there is no
guarantee of material prosperity in the biblical gospel,
and you cannot buy God's blessings through adhering to
the teachings of the prosperity gospel.
Although prosperity might sound tempting, don't sell
out the true gospel for riches in this life. Rather, delight
in the riches of God's mercy and grace.
Judas sold out Jesus for 30 pieces of silver. How much
is the true gospel worth to you? It should be priceless!
2006Janice Price. Janice writes to encourage you to think
- to think about the Bible and how it applies to every aspect of your
life. More stories can be read on www.mercyandpercy.com You can
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'God help me'


WES WEBB
Minister, Chipley Church of Christ
Sometimes I wonder if we try to place too much on
ourselves. What I mean by this is that sometimes I go
for days trying to work out some problem I have before
I even ask God for His help. I know I should go to Him
immediately in prayer and ask Him to help me. We have
been promised in Hebrews 13:5 that God has said, "I
will never leave you or forsake you." God is always wait-
ing for His children to come to Him in prayer.
I also think sometimes we do not realize that maybe
there are things that we need help correcting. I believe
it helps to take the time out of each day and truly pray
for God's help. Not only for help to correct some of the
things we know and realize are wrong, but also to ask
God to help us see things we need to correct that we may
not realize. Many times this takes us humbling ourselves
and looking inside of ourselves to see some of our real
short comings.
I believe for the most part, those who call themselves
a child of God want to do what's right. Unfortunately,
there are those who have led them astray and lead them
to believe false doctrines. If we truly want what God
wants, we will pray that we will be led to the truth and
that God will open our eyes. I believe this all starts with


a humble and sincere heart going to God in prayer.
The following thoughts are from a gospel preacher
by the name of Dee Bowman. "God, please help me
not to grumble about how I'm treated. Just let me learn
from it how to treat others. God, help me not to judge
harshly. Just help me judge righteous judgment, the kind
where everybody concerned benefits from the decision.
God, help me to restrain my speech. But help me not to
restrain it too much, especially when something needs
be said. God, help me not to be scared. Just help me to
realize that when Thou art with me, nothing or nobody
can hurt me. God, help me to see better. Just help me to
see past what is way out front, where it really matters.
God, help me not to be partial. Just help me to have
Jesus' attitude toward people, all people, the same atti-
tude that drove Him to the cross. And God, help me to
understand. Just help me to see, as best as I am capable
of seeing, why things are how they are, and if and how I
can help make them better. But most of all, God, forgive
me. I have failed so often. Just give me some more time
and some more mercy and Ifll try to do better. God, help
me."
This message has been provided by Wes Webb, evangelist,
Chipley Church of Christ, 1295 Brickyard Rd., Chipley, 638-
2366.


All have sinned.
Romans 3:23, I John 1:8
There is a penalty for sin.
Romans 6:23, John 3:18
You cannot save yourself.
Titus 3:5, James 2:10
THE CONDITIONS
ARE VERY SIMPLE:
Repent.
Luke 13:3
Confess.
I John 1:9, Romans 10:9
Believe.
Acts 16:31
NOW IS THE TIME
FOR YOUR DECISION!
Joshua 24:15, II Corinthians 6:2
(If you don't know what to
say, see the prayer on page 8,
or pray something similar in
your own words, sincerely and
fervently, to God. Then...)
Share your new faith:
Confess Christ
before men.
Matthew 10:32-33
Join a church which
follows the
New Testament.
Acts 2:47
Tell others the story.
Matthew 28:19-20.

Sinner's prayer
Dear LordJesus, Iknow
that I am a sinner and
need Your forgiveness.
I believe that You died
for my sins. I want to
turn from my sins.
I now invite You to
come into my heart
and life. I want to
trust and follow You
as Lord and Savior. In
Jesus' name. Amen.


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Wednesday, November 22, 2006, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 5B


SIy,1'
EDITOR'S NOTE: With this being Thanksgiving
week check with any of the organizations listed to
make sure they are meeting
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22
CLOSED-Vernon Library, Wausau Library.
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes County Library open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes Council on Aging provides hot
meals and socialization.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located in
Chipley) senior lunches, for reservations call 638-6217,
donations accepted.
12 noon-Bonifay Kiwanis Club meeting, held at Blitch's
Restaurant, located in Bonifay.
7 p.m.-Depression and Bipolar Support Group-meets at
First Baptist Church educational annex building in Bonifay.
Call 547-4397.;
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at Ponce
de Leon Methodist Church, located on Main Street in
Ponce de Leon.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23
HAPPY THANKSGIVING!
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon Library open.
9:30 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
10 a.m.-5 p.m.-Wausau Library open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Homes Council on Aging provides
bingo, exercise, games, activities, hot meals and social-
ization.
10:30-11 a.m.-Wausau Library preschool storytime.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located in
Chipley) senior lunches, for reservations call 638-6217,
donations accepted.
7 p.m. Slocomb VFW dance until 10 p.m. Music by
the Country Boys. Admission $3; Children 12 and under
free with parents. No smoking or alcohol. Door prizes
and 50/50 giveaways. Refreshments available.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting, held at
Presbyterian Church in Chipley.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25
CLOSED: Wausau Library
8 a.m.-12 noon-Holmes County Library open.
9 a.m.-12 noon-Vernon & Chipley Libraries 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.
8p.m.-AlcholicsAnonymous meeting, held atBethlehem
Masonic Lodge, located on Hwy. 177 in Holmes County.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 26
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.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27
CLOSED: Holmes County Library, Vernon Library,
Wausau Library.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes Council on Aging provides
bingo, exercise, games, activities, hot meals and social-
ization.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located in
Chipley) senior lunches, for reservations call 638-6217,
donations accepted.
6 p.m 7:30 p.m.-Salvation Army Domestic Violence
and Rape Crisis Program (SADVP) will be hosting
a domestic violence support group each Monday. The
meeting will be held at the SADVP Rural Outreach office
at 1461 S. Railroad Avenue, apartment one, in Chipley.
Call Emma or Jess at 415-5999.
6:00 p.m.-Bonifay City Council meeting.
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.
7 p.m.-Vernon City Council meeting.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, Blessed Trinity
Catholic Church, located on Hwy. 177A, Bonifay.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
9:30 a.m.-4 p.m.-Wausau Library open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes Council on Aging provides hot
meals and socialization. /
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located in
Chipley) senior lunches, for reservations call 638-6217,
donations accepted.
12 noon-Chipley Kiwanis Club meeting.
3 p.m.-Holmes County Commission meets fourth or last
Tuesday
6:30-Washington County Republican Party meeting
held at 794 Third Street in Chipley.
7:30 p.m.-Wausau Masonic Lodge meeting.
S8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous closed meeting, held at
Presbyterian Church in Chipley.
8 p.m.-Narcotics Anonymous meeting, held at Blessed
Trinity Catholic Church in Bonifay.


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Booten, all of Noma; three
brothers, Warren Thomp-
son, Frank Thompson and
Harlen West; a sister, Carol
Howard; 14 grandchildren,
24 great-grandchildren
and one great-great-grand-
child.
Funeral was held Nov.
21 at Noma Baptist Church
with Revs. Chester Padgett
and Gene Cone officiating.
Burial followed in the
church cemetery with
James & Lipford Funeral
Home of Graceville direct-
ing.
Gwendolyn Watford, 68
Gwendolyn "Gwen"
Herndon Watford of Mari-
anna died Nov. 15 at her
home. A native of Calhoun
County, she had lived in
Jackson County for many
years.
Watford had retired
from Dozier School for
Boys and was a former
employee of the Bank of
Jackson County and First
Bank.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
Robert J. Watford; parents,
John and Trudie Belle,
Stewart Herndon; two
brothers, William Herndon,
and John B. Herndon; two
sisters, Mae Belle Bradley
and Catherine Lassiter.
Survivors include a
daughter, Kay Fuqua
and husband, Rob, of
Marianna; one son, David
Watford and wife, Dana. of
Pensacola; two stepsons.
Robert M. Watford and
wife, Donna, of Glendale,
Ariz., Fredrick J. Watford


of Graceville; a brother,
Virgil Herndon and wife,
Hazel, of Clarksville; three
sisters, lona Tharpe of
Clarksville, Ruth Alford
of Blountstown and Estelle
Basford of Niceville.
Funeral was conducted
Nov. 20 at Salem United
Methodist Church with
Rev. Jackie Register of-
ficiating.
Burial followed in the
church cemetery with
James & Sikes Funeral
Home, Maddox Chapel of
Marianna, directing.
Julian B. Brock, 85
Julian B. (Boots) Brock
of Graceville died Nov. 17
in the nursing facility at
Northwest Florida Com-
munity Hospital in Chipley.
He was born June 29, 1921,
in Graceville and was a life-
long resident and respected
businessman there.
He was a veteran of
World War II, having
served in the Pacific The-
ater under the Wildcat
Division.
Survivors include his
wife, Laura Brock of
Graceville; two children
and spouses, Gene and An-
nica Brock of. Graceville,
Jimmy and Colleen Brock
of Panama City; five
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.
Services were Nov. 19
in the funeral home chapel
with Jerry Oswalt officiat-
ing.
Burial was in Marvin
Chapel Cemetery with
Williams Funeral Home of
Graceville directing.
Tom Johnson, 89
Tom Johnson of Vernon
died Nov. 18 at Northwest


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tal in Chipley. He was the
son of the late Benjamin
and Lena Johnson.
Survivors include his
wife, Minnie Dee Brock
Johnson of Vernon; three
daughters, JoAnn Par-
ish and husband, Howell,
of Orange Park, Julaine,
Padgett and husband, Bob-
by, of Chipley, and Char-
lotte Hightower of Panama
City; seven grandchildren
and 13 great-grandchil-
dren.
Graveside services were
held in the Bethlehem
Methodist Church Cem-
etery with Rev. Gary Wig-
gins officiating and Peel
Funeral Home of Bonifay
directing.
Tommie Nettles, 82
Tommie Nettles of
Caryville died Nov. 3 in
Fort Walton Beach Medi-
cal Center. He was a native
of Turner Springs, Ala.,
and had lived in Caryville
most of his life.
Nettles was a game
hunter and was affection-
ally known as Coon Man.
Survivors include his
wife, Lillie Mae Nettles;
five sons, Tommie Nettles
Jr.. Willie Nettles, and
Fredrick Nettles, all of
Caryville, Sammie Nettles
and wife, Faye, of Ponce
de Leon, Charles Nettles
and wife, Bernice, of
DeFuniak Springs; four
daughters, Patricia Hendrix
and Rachel Nettles, both of
Caryville, Sarah Jackson
of Pensacola and Flossie
Brown of Louisana; three
brothers, Bobbie Nettles
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and other relatives.
Funeral was held Nov.
11 at St. Matthews Baptist
Church in Caryville with
Dr. Rufus Woods officiat-
ing, alosig with Rev. James
Johns, pastor.
Burial followed in the
church cemetery with
Cooper Funeral Home of
Chipley directing.
James A. Harris, 90
James Archie Harris of
Bonifay died Nov. 19 at
C.C. Sims State veterans
Home in Springfield.
He was a veteran of the
U.S. Army.
Survivors -include his
wife, Irene (Baxley) Har.
ris of Bonifay; a brother.
Arlie Harris of Niceville;
one sister, Arie Anderson
of Bonifay; a sister-in-law,
Jane Harris 'of Bonifay;
several nieces and neph.
ews.
Funeral will be held
Nov. 22 at Bethel Primitive
Baptist Church with Elder
Bobby Willis officiating.
Burial will be in the
church cemetery with Sims
Funeral Home of Bonifay
directing.

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hosting their Friday night
dance on November 24, at
7 p.m. The Country Boys
band will be playing. Food
and soft drinks will be
available. Cost of $5 per
person will be collected
at the door: Children under
12 will be admitted free of
charge.


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K&L FARM TOMATOES
8-5 M-S: 638-1119;
850-260-5003; 850-527-
3380
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
SOD SOD SOD Quality
you can depend onl 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
1979 CHEVY EL Cami-
no $600. Coleman 5000
Generator $300, 1901
Abraham Lincoln Cal-
ender, Antique perfume
bottle cover, call if inter-
ested. Original Charles
Dickens Christmas Car-
ol Book, signed inside.
Russian Silver odds and
ends. 638-8093
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.
6 WINDOWS 25X37
1 Viva 15" tire. best of-
fer. 773-2669
CORN $7 100#
Hay $30 roll,
Oats $3/Bu. Lynn Cope
,638-1138; 260-2111 ,,,,..
'COLOR COPIES S1.
COPIES' 15c, Washirng-
ton County News, down-
town Chipley.
FRESH PAPERSHELL
PECANS for sale $1/Ib;
shelled $8/lb. 638-9232;
1453 State Park Rd. see
signs
1999 FORD RANGER
excellent condition
103.000 miles, every-
thing works. Payoff
$6100. 2000 boat weld
built 48 norse Johnson
48 pound thrust trolling
motor, fish finder-lights,
spare tire, $6500 firm.
850-548-4796. 850-557-
5169, 850-333-9129
OVER 10,000 LIVE
Christmas Trees to
choose Irom. $5, $10,
$15. $20 at Cone's
Christmas Tree Farm.
From Graceville West on
Hwy 2 to 173. South look
for signs. 263-4426
BROWN EASY HAUL
trailer 20 h. $2000. 956-
2690
FIREWOOD FOR SALE
aged. split, delivered.
638-9224; cell 628-1109
OAK FIREWOOD FOR
sale, $50 a load. Come
get ill Delivery $15 extra.
547-0828, leave mes-
sage.
SNARE DRUM LIKE
new. $125. (850)548-
4796




99 GO DEVIL Boat 18.5
ft welded aluminum.
25hp Go Devil motor, 89
hours on motor. Alumi-
num Irailer, 501b thrust
Irowling motor,' runs
good. $4500. Call 850-
373-7686, ask lor Gracie
2003 HONDA GOLD-
WING 50.000 miles. sil-
ver color. CB, AM/FM ra-
dio, helmet w/speakers
included. $11,000. 638-
4251
2005 YAMAHA ROAD
Slar, Silverado Package
1700CC, Midnight Black,
loaded, windshield,
bags. Vance & Hines
pipes, plus many extras.
Like new. Must see! 638-
S. 1124 .




FOR SALE WORKING
pair of Oxen. Yoked at
regular times, not hard to
drive Around 1200 Ibs
each. $1500 for theypair.
(850)263'-8479 "
BLACK LIMOUSINE
BULL with five black
limousin cow/calf pairs.
$7000. 956-2690


LEOLA BROCK NURS-
ERIES LLC. Plants, trees
& shrubs. Landscape
design, landscape con-
tracting. irrigation sys-
.temrns. 1788 White Road,
Bonifay, FL 32425
(Washington County)
(850)638-1202;
(850)326-1500
FRUIT TREES $10.871
Shade & Flowering trees
also. Azaleas and other
shrubs $1.87. Yes, fall is
absolutely the best lime
to plant shrubs and trees!
All Ways Growin' Nurs-
ery, 1658 Hwy 177-A,
Bonifay, (850)547-2938.
Lic#47222563
TO COMPLEMENT THE
large numbers of com-
mon nursery plants in
stock, we now have
house plants. These con-
sist ol lush greens that
will brighten each cold
dismal day this winter.
Our Thanksgiving Cac-
tus is now in bloom, but
in limited numbers
Transplant Nursery, 1505
Highway 90. Chipley. FL
32428. #4713058



DINING ROOM BRAND
new table 6 chairs, china
cabinet, $900. can de-
liver, call 850-222-7783
2 PC LEATHER sofa &
loveseat. Brand new,
hardwood frames. life-
time warranty, $795. can
deliver. 850-425-8374
CHERRY SLEIGH BED
$250, solid wood, still
boxe, 850-222-9879
FURNITURE &
MATTRESSES Low,
low, low overhead guar-
antees low, low, low pric-
es. P&S Discount Furni-
ture. Chipley. (Since
1973) 850-638-4311
BEDROOM SET NEW
king bed, TV Armoire,
chest + nightstand. Re-
tail $3k. sacrifice $900.
850-545-7112
$150 NEW QUEEN
pillowtop mattress set, in
plastic, warranty. 850-
222-7783
5 PIECE BEDROOM
set, new in boxes, must
sell, $475.850-222-2113
NEW KING PLUSH top
mattress set. still in plas-
tic with warranty, can de-
liver $250. 850-222-2113
NEW MICRO FIBER
sofa + loveseat $475, siill
wrapped, stain resist.
850-425-8374



34MPGI!!! 2005 FORD
Focus ZX3 SE, 2 door
hatchback, fully loaded,
1/2 of factory warranty
remaining. 34mpg,
$12,600. Call Robert or
Carolyn Berry 1850)638-
4320
93 OLDS REGENCY ex-
cellent motor, body. &
tires. 27mpg/hwy load-
ed, leather interior. Ex-
cellent condition. Re-
duced $2695. OBO 547-
2091
04 BUICK REGAL LS
Bronze 3.8 liter, V6, AC,
leather, cruise, lilt, AM'
FM/CD, power W/D/S,
new tires, 65,000.
$13,900. Evenings.
(850)547-4096: daytime
Janis 18501547-3651
FOR SALE 1997 Silver
Camaro, T-Tops, 65K
miles $10,500. 547-
3545.
2004 CHEVY MALIBU
Classic 4 cyl. Very nice.
Well maintained Red.
AM/FM/CD, alloy
wheels. Asking $9560.
(850)547-2986


2005 FORD FOCUS
ZX3 SE, 2 door hatch- 1987 CHEVY CARGO
back, lully loaded, 1/2 of van G,20 $1000. 547-
laciory warranty, 34mpg, 3934
$12,600. Carolyn 2000 HONDA ODYS-
(850)638-4320 SEY EX Mini-Van, V6,
87 MERCEDES420SEL 89,000 miles, good con-
new trans-AllI, recent edition, gray cloth interior,
valve lob. $6995. neg. white exterior, $13,000
527-1722, leave mes- OBO. 547-0899
sage. 2005 CHEVY TRAIL-
1998 GRAND PRIX 6 BLAZER ext 4x4, 8,000
cycl, 146,000 miles miles, tan in color.
$4200 obo Excellent loaded, LT edition,
condition, tires5 months $22,500. OBO. 547-
old. (850)638-4987 0765, 527-4246
1979 CORVETTE 2903 CHEVROLET
Eveylhing brand new! SVERADO Z-71, 4x4,
Must see to appreciate. 5.3 liter V8, all power,
415-6820 $8000 or trade bedliner, bug guard,
for pick-up of equal toolbox, tires P05/70BF
value. Goodrich, Flowmaster
Aven mufflers very nice, runs
89 CHRY 5TH Avenue, great, $20,995. 773-
120k miles, $750. 1960
(850)774-8970 1994 CONVERSION
2005 MERCURY VAN V-6, cruise, power
GRAND Marquis, wile's windows, 106 k miles,
car, white, 29.000 mi., looks and runs good.
leather, like new. 547-2180
638-$14,995. 96 F-150 loaded, $4000.
547-2401
'86 CELEBRITY FOR
sale. Leather interior. 2002 GMC YUKON XLT,
638-1645 loaded, Iront & side
airbags, sunroof. leather,
1991 SEDAN DEVILLE third row seating. 17-21
for sale. 638-1090 after MPG. great buy $15,500.
6pm. OBO. (850)326-0911 or
93 MAZDA MX6 $1000 (850)773-2583
as is. 547-2401 99 FORD EXPEDITION
1998 BUICK REGAL 100,000 miles, excellent
GS, red, gray leather in- condition. $12,000.
lernor, 4.0L 3800 Series II (850)579-2977
Supercharged engine, 94 CHEV 4WD pk-up.
83,000 miles, air. $7000. V8, auto. 130k miles, one
(850)260-1149 owner, tinted windows,
1999 CADILLAC SE- bed liner, good shape.
DAN Deville, pewter/bur- $4300 obo. 850-638-
gundy leather. Fully load- 2638 or 850-573-0077
ed. Lifetime tire balanc- 1994 FORD RANGER 4
ing. Trailer hitch. 41,000 cyl.. 5 speed, cold air,
miles. Luxurious excellent condition,
$20,999. (850)547-3342 $3,500 obo, after 3p.m.,
or 763-6872 726-0193
92 CHEVY CAPRICE 1998 FORD F150 good
Classic SW. Fully loaded, r. n.nion. calj lor, urther
seats 9. $2800 OBOA s AW nl or nmatio n., '(5535-
lor Karl. 547-4465 4945
1979 CAMARO motor & 2003 CHEVY AVA-
transmission has been LANCHE Z-71,one own-
rebuilt. Body needs er, sunroof. Bose stereo
some work. Lots of pans! w/6 disc cd, leather, new
$1000. 638-9871 after tires, 72,000 Hwy miles,
6pm clean. $21,500.00 OBO
2000 BRONZE CHEVY 850-260-9324
Malibu. 55,000 miles, 1990 CHEVY 1/2 ton
AC CD player, tinted Z71, SWB, reg cab,
power windows, new Silverado Package. New
stock speakers. Like pts. $5500. Call Terry
new! $10,000. Call 849- 547-3646. 7am-5pm
1143 CHEVY SUBURBAN 3/
2001 FORD EXPLORER 4 ton, Heavy Duty, tow
white, automatic, fully package. 350 motor, AT,
loaded, 6 CD changer, PS, PB, new paint, parts
running boards, custom- & battery, 850-547-0448
sized bra. $8000.
1(334)588-3141, cell 1995 EDDIE BAUER
(8501418-0031 Ford F-150 4x4, 97.000
miles. $8500 obo. Call
1997 CHEVROLET 260-1678
TRUCK ext cab, V6,
220,000 miles. $4500. 1997 FORD RANGER 5-
Call 547-5062 or speed, runs good. good
1850)527-4363 starter Iruck. $2000.
1998 PONTIAC TRANS. (850)638-7936
PORT mini-van, 6-cyl, FOR SALE 1999
seats seven, excellent F-150, low miles
shape inside & out, cold $13,500. OBO. 100,000
air, loaded $4900. 547- mile warranty. 547-5960;
9233 547-2228
FOR SALE 2004 2000 DODGE 2500 Ram
Sedona Kia Ex, fully Wagon V-8, PW, PL, ste-
equipped, still under war- reo, dual A/C, 23,000
ranty. excellent condition miles, very clean, must
$10,500. Day 850-573- sell, make offer. 850-
7198. 547-5068 773-7737
LINCOLN LIMO & Lin 1995 ', FORD
coin Car for sale or trade AEROSTAR passenger
547-3530 or 547-5244 van $1200. 547-3934
2005 BURGUNDY MUS- 99 NAVY BLUE Chevy
TANG leather interior, six Astro Van, $5000. OBO.
CD layer, cruise, electric Call (850)956-2367
seats & windows. Still 1996 GMC JIMMY 4.3
under factory warranty V6, AT, AC, PW, 4-door,
$16,500.obo (850i258- very clean,2 $4500.
4428 (850)260-1612

T K1999 ISUZU AMIGO
Convertible, brand new
clutch, transmission,
NISSAN PATHFINDER starter, timing belts. Ask-
'95 XE-V6, 4-wheel ing $6500. 773-5720,
drive, automatic, security leave message
system. Putham low 1987 FORD F250 4x4
package. CD/radio, cold 351 motor. Runs good,
air. $3900.obo t850)638- great shape. $3800.
2002- (850)415-6301

truck, XLT, X-cab SWB 2003 DODGE RAM w/
7.3 power stroke, Hemi2500.7000+miles,
160,000 miles, very nice, loaded. $28,000. Must
$14,000 obo. 535-9800 sell. (334)699-2382


TRUCKS &
UTILITY


I AUTO


2000 SILVER DODGE
Dakota SLT, automatic
Magnum V6, full power,
extended cab, toolbox,
and slide bars, $6900.
(850)535-9292
99 F350 DUALLY
worked. Beefed up
transmission, 1000 mi,
everything light. 113,000
mi., 7.4LPS/diesel. well
kept. Looks/runs good.
'$11,500. (850)373-7459
79 3/4 TON Chevy 44 V-
8 Granny 4 speed has
gooseneck hitch and
new trailer brakes good
cond. $3,500.00 850-
260-9324
2000 CHEVY EXTREME
S-10 slepside, auto, AM/
FM/CD, cruise, radar,
ground-FX, 2 extra rires.
58,500k original miles,
sharp truck. $10,250.
547-4527
1998 Z71 ext cab, 3-
doqr. $9500. 263-3105
evenings.
2003 CHEVROLET
SILVERADO Z-71, ex-
cellent condition, while.
grille guard, toolbox, nerf
bars, bed rails, CD. cas-
sette, 54.000 miles. 260-
5914: 638-7511
99 FORD 150 XL Super
Cab, AT, PS, PB, toolbox;
new tires. 97,50.0 miles.
Asking $9000.547-0150;.
326-3123
1982 GMC SIERRA Die-
sel for parts or rebuild.
Engine no good. Good
condiiton or age Can be
connected to gas. $500
firm. (850)547-2986
FOR SALE TAKE up
payments on 2003 Expe-
dition, 80K miles. well
kept, excellent condition.
$14,000. phone 850-,
548-5453
96 JEEP CHEROKEE
excellent condition, Chi-
.pley area. Red._3500
firm. Call anyfr'me'
(850)260-9706
1987 1 TON Chev. 42k
miles, ex. government,
$3500. (850)774-8970
1974 CHEVY
CHEYENNE Super 20,.
"a heavy duty toy hauler"
350/350. recenI recondi-
lioned ground up. $8700.
773-1818, after 5pmr
FOR SALE 1999 Chevy
Suburban LT, 5.7 litre.
leather. CD, front/rear
AC. 153,000 miles. Ask-
ing $8950. Call 850-956-
1260
1993 CHEVY Z71 great
hunting iruck, needs
paint tob, new AC com-
pressor, runs good,
$4000 OBO (850)527-
8401 anytime
ONLY $995 :
1984 Chevrolet utility
truck, as is. Call 547-
3496, leave message
2001 FORD EXPEDI-
TION miles 86,670, fully
loaded. 638-837,6
86 CHEVY PICKUP 350
motor, built, large cam,
runs good, body has
some rust, show its age
$1500. OBO. 547-0929
1996 F150 XL Extended
cab, bedliner, dual tanks,
120K, good condition
$7000. 547-9396
1989 FORD F-150 PU,
115,000 miles, runs great
$2000. 535-2608
MOVING OVERSEAS
1999 Grand Voyager.
mini-van, power windows
& locks, 120K miles, well
maintain. Asking $3900
OBO. Tires guarantee.
Call 773-3708 / 774-
8032
FOR SALE 2001 Ford
Expedition XLT, loaded,
64,000 miles, $12,000.
547-4830 between 6pm
& 8pm only. No collect
calls.
2002 FORD RANGER
king Cab, step side, 6 cd
changer, power windows
and doors, like new.
$11,500 (pay off) 638-
3700


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MOVES YOU IN!




NEW 3 Bedroom 2 Bath UQAG
Home In Sunny Hills. .oW ,TrM




DIRECT


5329 Hwy.77, Chipley. FL
(2 Miles South of Sunny Hills Entrance]
(850 173-0095 or 773-0098


TRI"COUNTY

REALTYr
1103 S.Waukesha St.,
Bonifay, FL

(850) 547-4480

Experienced
Trained Agents

John Alford.....547-2737
Doug Bush......547-5457
James Wilson.773-3655
(SUNNY HILLS)

Mar Coleman 547-3181
Andrea Lewis.. 547-5095
Stephanie Bradley 956-3040
Free Market Analysis


I: I


FOR SALE 1996 Ex-
plorer XLT, V-8, 4 door,
leather, loaded, custom
rims, Alpine stereo sys-
tem, tinted windows
$11,000. 547-2502
96 FORD DULLY F350
gooseneck. brake sys-
tem, trim package,
bedliner, excellent condi-
tion $12,500. 535-2276
2005 JEEP WRAN-
GLER, black 4cyl, 25K;
lift kit, soft top, 31"' tires
and rims. Extra clean.
258-1090
1999 SS CHEVY Subur-
ban black, 11 of 151,
80,000 miles. Leather,
loaded, custom wheels,
$15,000 obo. 535-9800
97 DODGE 4-wheel
drive, 155,000 miles,
looks and runs great
$6500 OBO. 263-9711
2002 FORD EXPLOR-
ER XLT. excellent condi-
tion. fully loaded, keyless
entry, leather, dark sage
green. 110.000 miles.
$9,200. Call 526-
3619(wl: 638-8104th)
1990 CHEVY.
SILVERADO one owner,
garage kept, 350 V8,
auto, air, pwr windows
locks, tow pkg, 127k,
good condition. 850-638-
0986
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




2240 SQ FT home for
sale. Must be moved.
-Make offer. Call 850-258-
8247
NEW CONSTRUCTION
2BR/2BA Stucco. stove,.
refrigerator, DW, corner-
of Holle, Ave. & 71h St.,
1001o financing to quali-
fied buyer, $125,000.
535-0711 or 258-6018
FOR SALE HOUSE that
must be moved, located
on Hwy 90 East in Chip-
ley immediately! Beside
Southeastern Surveying
Please call for an ap-
pointment to inspect and
make oiler. 850-638-
0790
426 2ND ST Chipley.
2BR/2BA, completely re-
modeled, new electric.
AC, plumbing, cabinets.
flooring. 1200 sq.ft. 3
acres, $189,000.
(314)346-3303, Owner
possible financing.
2BR/1BA CORNER
LOT Vernon, McFatter
Ave. $25,000. (850)638-
8093
3BR/2BA BRICK
HOUSE 1200 sq ft, 1
acre chain link fence,
Hwy 177-A, North of Hwy
2. 850-573-6389
LOVELY 3BR/1BA 1350
sqhl, brick home in Chip-
ley, newly remodeled in-
side & out. New carpet,
"tile, paint, counter top,
sinks, light lixlures, ex-
cellent condition,
$95,000. 638-8360
FOR SALE BEAUTIFUL
country 3BR/2BA brick
home, :owner financing.
Also, house and apart-
ments for rent in Bonifay.
(860)547-5085




FOR RENT 5BR/3BA 2
story alarm house with 15
acres. 8 miles north of
Chipley. Call 638-2363
after 5:30.


FOR RENT STORE It
Mini Storage Buildings.
Location 279 & 280, be-
'tween Caryville &
Vernon. 535-1356-
WELFARE GAMES
7-13-06 Abuse Hot Line
called. Sharon #5048
was told that a child's life
had been threatened. 27
days later, 8-9-06 Kelly
from D.C.F. showed up
from Bonifay office. Dick
Walton 547-1493, more
next week.




NEW FLEA MARKET
between Bonifay & Chi-
prey. Need vendors &
need people to put things
on consignment. Call
Chip 850-773-2252.
8am & 5pm Fri., Sat.;
Sun.

AUCTION


CHIPLEY 2BR/1BA
,HOUSE CH/A, water,
sewer, garbage included,
$550/mo., $300/dep.,
850-814-2625 ;.
2B/1 BA no pets, Hwy
77 South, 3 miles. Also,
3BR/2BA. Call Milion for
information. (850)638-
1858 -
3BR/2BA CHIPLEY OH/
A, $625/mo.,
1-year lease, referenc-
es,. smoke free environ-
ment, first. last & depqsit.
Large lot. 547-2091 .




LAND/HOME 100; FI-
NANCING!! We have the
;and and home for you.
Sil's Home Center 850-
482-2880
2006 HOMES MUST go'
All officers considered.
Cash discounts. Sil's'
Home Cenler 850-482-
2880
WHY RENT? You can
own your home with land
'as low as $699/mo. Sit's
.Home Center 850-482-
2880, :1
MODULAR HOMES
BUILT just lor you!' Sit's
Home Center 850-482-
2880




DOUBLEWIDE 3BR/
2BA KITCHEN separate
dining room, den & living
room & tront porch. $550/
mo., $300/dep., refer-
ences required. 638-
4273
3 BEDROOM 2 bath
mobile home in mobile
home park. $450 with
$400 deposit, 3BR11BA
mobile home. $425/mo;
$400/dep.- ', il'ai db i-
lay Elementary School,
town & recreational area.
547-3746
FOR RENT TRAILER
3BR,'2BA Ponce lde
Leon, $350/mo. 8.0-
305-0571
IN BONIFAY FOR rent
nice travel trailer and 51h
wneel. Starting $350
month and $350 deposit.
850-547-4234



1 BEDROOM APART-
MENT convenient loca-
tion in Chipley, no pets.
638-4640
1 BEDROOM APART-
MENT Ior rent in Bonilay
downtown $450 a month
including waler, 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..


"BEST PRICES AROUND"
NEW 07 GENERAL
28x64, 3BR/2BA
Stone Fireplace, Cabinet Doors All Wood,
Insulated Windows, Glamour Bath, Overhead
Ducts, Tongue & Groove Plywood Floors,
Heat Pump. Financing Available.
54,900

2007 HOMES OF MERIT
I 28x60, 3BR/2BA
Sheetrock Finished Walls, Overhead Vents,
Plywood Floors, Insulated Windows, Deluxe
Kitchen, Knocked-down Textured Ceilings'
4-1/12 Roof Pitch, 8'Sidewalls.

$74,900


99 Peach State 2852, 3BR, 2 BA............ $32,900
99 Fleetwood2848,3BR,2BA..............$32,900

99 Fleetwoodl2x70 oBR,3 BA. ..,,...,,,...45,900
99 Peach State 28x70,5 s BR, BL ....... $39,900

99 Homes of Merit 24x60,3 BR,2BA...... $36,90

98 0a oodi 2,3uB,2BA.,........... ..33,900

07 General 24x6, 3 BR1,2BA"NEWHOME" $49,900
98 Horton 2856, BR,2 BA..................... $34,900

98Redmon28x5, BUBA .................$32,900
14x72,3 BR, 2 BA.,........................... $17,900

00 Fleetwood 3 BR,2 BA............. $34,900
Ali Homes include Delivery, Set-Up, AIC, Steps, Plumbing 8& Skirting


CAROLE CANNON REALTY
2229 Jim Bush Rd. Bonifay. FL
(8501547-4784 Cell (8501951-5682
Carole Cannon, Broker
Reduced, gorgeous custom 3/2 home. New construction,
backs up to 18 hole golf course with a view of Ihe lake. Open
floor plan, screen porch, appliances, dbi carport. Too many
etras to, list. Must see $225,000 Hunting/investment
tract. 120+- acres, planned pines, road frontage, wildlife
abounds $510,000 Reduced 10.5 acres+- with large
cleated field, some beautiful mature hardwoods, frohtagei deep
well, bldgs. & improvements $83,000 Comfortable family
home, brick 3/2 on 3.43 acres, family room with fireplace, new
cabinets, appliances, carpolts, RV shed, workshop, storage
bldg, paved frontage $169,900 Reduced city lot zoned for

ww.carolecahn onrealty.com,


TFIES COUNTRY REATY
C d. nit.d BETTIE L. SLAY, BROKER,
L_ -OUntry- (Florida & Alabama)
205 E. North Ave., Bonifay, Florida 32425
(850) 547-3510

40 AC RANCH 2 HOUSES PASTURE BARNS $389,000-6 BR 2 BA HOME
10 AC POND $189 900-60 ACRES $199,900 -- 10 ACRES REDUCED
$65,000 -.46+ A6 PASTURE, BARN, CABIN, POND $322,000 8 ACRES
& MOBILE HOME PARK $189,900 19.8 ACRES FRONTAGE 2 SIDES
$175,000-81.6 AC PASTURE FENCED, BARN, MH REDUCED $448,250-
- 28 ACRES $168,000 2 ACRES HWY. 7? SUNNY HILLS $228,000
-74 AC LAND 3 BR 2 BA DWMH $488,000.-10 AC PRIVATE $225000
--26 AC 2 BR HOME, I BRN APT. GARAGES, OUTBUILDINGS $249,900-
NICE 3 BR, 2 BA ON LOT BONIFAY REDUCED $82,900-4 AC BR 2 BA
DWMH CHIPLEY AREA $07,500 2 ACRES 1t0 MAIANA $39,900 -
10 ACRES WELL, SEPTIC, BARN, OLD MOBILE HOME $79,900-30 ACRES
WITH CREEK $180,000 -- 5 ACRES 4 BR 3 BA BRICK HOME CHIPLEY
AREA $18900 -- LOT DWL GOLF COURSE $8,900-4 BR, 2 BA RIVER
RETREAT W69.900 6 ACRES WELL SEPTIC HWY FRONT $80C000.
.06- RIMTESLT WTienfLfl
^ ^rjiijiti in~ii^Ti~1 ij-'TAamSl


2100 SO FT home, 3/2
with large family room,
living room, eal in kitchen
& library and 20'x14'
master suite with jacuzzi
rub. Walk to golf course
& Sunny Hills Country
Club. House sits on 1
acre on quiet cul-de-sac
ofl Country Club BIvd
and backs on Gap Lake
& Thousands of acres o01
green belt. Play golf or
go hunting, fishing or
swimming at one ol 7
lakes all without leaving
home. See Florida al it's
besl and only 30 minutes
to Ihe worlds most beau-
lilul beaches. Priced at
.$247,700.. Phone 850-
7.73-1W 8Q.-,, : --: ;.:
HOWELL REALTY 850-
836-8833 24AC MOL,
commercial 1600+ft on
Hwy 90 in city limits of
PDL, city waler & sewer
available $275.000.
MP ENTERPRISES
Land Sale & Finance. 5
acres or more for houses
only, wooded & pasture.
3 miles South of Chipley.
Highway 77, Gainer Rd:,
Houston Rd., Duncan
Community Rd., Buddy
Rd. (4) Five acres (8) len
acres (5) eight acres.
Owner financing or cash.
Low down payment. low
monthly payments. Call
Milton Peel for informa-
tion 850-638-1858
LAND FOR SALE by
owner, North Bay
County, Gonsan Creek,
cross west side. 850-
638-4484, call adter 6pm,
no collect calls..


HOWELL REALTY 850-
836-8833'2 AC large.
oaks, septic, power,
paved road frontage.
$ 3 5 0 0 0 .
flathelastfrontier.com
EXECUTIVE. OFFICE
SPACE for rent down-
town Chipley. 638-1918
4.5 CLEARED ACRES
well, septic tank, pond.
$52,500. 535-0711 or
258-6018,
,- f.


ABSOLUTE AUCTION
HOUSE has been sold.
All contents must be auc-
tioned off. PC Brass
Oaks, Marianna. Nov.
18, 19.25.,26 Big 4 days
auction. Contact Jerry
Johnson home 850-535-
4006; cell 850-258-5209;
Blue Moon Auction Com-
pany. FL Lic#362;
B u s # 2 0 5, .
wiwubklaianoralorimirn
EVERY THURSDAY
NIGHT Marianna Goat
and -Sheep Auction
5pm. Misc., -goats,
sheep, chickens, ducks,
guineas. Auction Drive.
Marianna. (8501535-
4006; cell 258-5209
Jerry Johnson PAU362
AUCTION FARM &
CONSTRUCTION
Equipment. Sat., Dec. 2.
2006. Hwy 231 N.,
Campbejllori, EL, 8am
small iter', 9ah equip-
ment. Local farm dis-
persal, bank repos, con-
signmenls. Mason Auc-
lion & Sale FL4642, 850-
263-0473




IF YOU WOULD like. to
learn to prepare tax re-
turns, while being paid,
come to work for us at
H&R Block. No experi-
ence necessary. Sea-
sonal part-lime and full-
time positions starting
December 1. Send re-
sumes to H&R Block, PO
Box 703, Chipley, FL
32428.
NEEDED ARNP or PA
part-time position in an
established clinic in Boni-
fay. FL. Fax resume
(850)547-5415 or phone
1850)547-4284 .


















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

FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH of Bonifay is
accepting applications
resumes for the following
positions:, Full-time Re-
ceptionist Secretary:
Duties will include an-
swering the telephone,
typing correspondence,
and filing. Must be com-
puter literate and enjoy
working with people;
Nursery Preschool is
currently seeking. quall-
fied applicants to fill part-
time positions in pre-
school age departments
(Sunday from 9am to 12
Noon) &
Full-Time Building Su-
perintendent.
Send resumes to or pick
up an application at First
Baptist Church, 311 N.
Waukesha St., Bonifay,
FL 32425. Resumes ap-
plications must be sub-
mitted no later than No-
vember 30, 2006
EXPERIENCED COOK
AND Waitresses
needed. Vernon area.
535-0112
POSITION POLICE PA-
TROLMAN The City of
Chipley is accepting ap-
plications fora Police Pa-
trolman. Minimum Qual-
ilications: completion of
the Minimum Standards
courses as .set forth by
the Florida Police .Stan-
dards Council; valid Flor-
ida Drivers license; abili-
ty to project a courteous
and polite attitude to pub-
lic: and able to commu-
nicate effectively both
orally and in writing. Mail
or hand deliver applica-
tion and or resume to the
Chief or Police, Chipley
Police peparqment, PO
box 0do7..Chipley, Flori-.
da 32428. Deadline:
Open until filled. EOE/
Drug Free Workplace.
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
PART-TIME or full-time
positions open at Holmes
Creek ALF in Vernon.
Duties are housekeeping
and supervising resi-
dents in a home style
environment. Hours are
8am-6pm Sunday and
Monday. More hours
may be available if de-
sired. $7.50 hour to start,
raise after 30 days. Call
for appointment. 535-
1160 or 260-1871.
AVON REPRESENTA-
TIVES NEEDED in Boni-
fay, Chipley, Graceville,
Wausau, Vernon,
Caryville, and Ponce de
Leon. Ask about mini-kit.
Phone 850-547-1640.
Dwayne Atkins ISR.
WANTED YOUTH orga-
nization has entry level
positions for full and part-
time employment avail-
able. Woud be working in
a residential setting serv-
ing young men ages 14-
18. Great beneftis pack-
age included. High
school diploma or GED
required. Must pass
background and drug
screenings. If you would
like to help make a differ-
ence in the lives of these
young men please call
Becky @548-5524 for
info.
ESTABLISHED COM-
PANY SEEKING experi-
enced Real Edate
Agent. Many opportuni-
ties available. Call Lisa
Thompson at Direct Re-
alty 850-819-7386
EMPLOYMENT OP-
PORTUNITY CHURCH
Secretary position avail-
able. Computer skills and


accounting knowledge
helpful; Contact Bonifay
Methodist Church. 547-
3785
METAL ROOFING
COMPANY in need of
Supervisors, Journey-
men, Foremen. Top pay
depending on experi-
ence. Call 547-1001
LOOKING FOR OUT-
GOING energetic person
for customer service rep-
resentative. Seasonal
part-time and full-time
positions starting De-
cember 1. Send resumes
to H&R Block, 120 N.
Waukesha Street, Boni-
fay, FL 32425.


NEEDED TIRE TECH
Oil and Filter Technician.
SFirestone in Defuniak
Springs, FL. 850-892-
3613
SPORTS/GENERAL
ASSIGNMENT Reporter
needed. Photo and com-
puter skills, job experi-
ence necessary. Imme-
diate opening. Apply in
person, Washington
County News. No phone
calls. Drug free work-
place, EOE.



WANTED 8TH & 9th
grade home schooling
curriculum. 548-5984
WANTED TO BUY an-
tiques, collectibles, gold,
silver, dinnerware, collec-
tions, paintings, call Al
Schmidt 850-638-7304
WANTED FEMALE
COMPANION for
frienship, maybe more.
Non-smoker, social
drinker ok, no drugs.
Must like animals.
Please call and ask for
Earl and let's talkI
(850)252-0315



METAL ROOFING
CONTRACTOR Randall
R. Darby Roofing L.L.C.,
Metal & shingles. Home
850-547-2672; cell 850-
326-3018; ,state
license#CCC1327260
CONCRETE WORK
FOUNDATIONS drive-
ways,'patios, residential
& commercial. Call for
free estimates.. 30 yrs
experience: 850-258-:
060$;.850-265-2120.
PANHANDLE LAWN
SERVICE Quality work,
affordable prices. Senior
Citizen Discount. Free
Estimates 956-5070 or
956-4758
MINI STORAGE IN Chi-
pley. All sizes for rent. We:
furnish the. lock.
(850)326-2399
QUALITY CLEANING
AT reasonable rates. Call
Heavenly Helpers Clean-
ing Service. 579-4402;
209-1943; 547-5041;
Serving Holmes, Wash-..
ington & Jackson Coun-
ties
ELDERLY SITTING
AVAILABLE by experi-
enced caregiver., In-
cludes housekeeping,
cooking, companionship,
driving. Reasonable
rates with references
available. 547-4159
Wesley Hall Roofing
LLC. All. types roofing: &
repair. Metal roofs, flat
.roofs, new roofs & tear
offs. We do il all! 638-
8335 415-5540
Lic#RC0066513
OAK FIREWOOD,
TREE Work, & Brush
Clean Up. 263-0708
C&C BOOKKEEPING &
Tax Service. Open 5
days a week. sam to
5pm. Call 850-638-1483


FURNITURE REPAIR
and Finishing 46 years
experience. 638-2300
J&J CABINET shop. For
all your kitchen cabinets
& house repair needs.
Call James S. Howell.
(850)535-2839;
(850)260-1619
HOUSECLEANING
REFERENCES reason-
able rates. Contact Gala.
(850)638-7256, Chipley
FILL DIRT TOP Soil,
roads, land clearing,
trucking & good rates.
547-5244 evenings, 547-
3530 days.
C&C CONSTRUCTION
Specializing in Architec-
tural Standing Seam
_Metal Roofing. Installa-
tion and repair on Com-
mercial and Residential.
A'5 year warranty on
workmanship.:Also .pro-
viding Standing Seam
Metal'to contractors and
metal for do ityourself
projects. Call 547-1001.
License #CCC1327331.
TRINITY HORSE FARM
horse boarding, good
pastures, run-in sheds.
Chipley, FL.
www.trinltyhorsefarm.com
850-638-1082
DEEP CLEAN YOUR
home for the holidays.
Ask for Wanda. 638-
9224 or 850-628-1109
HOME MAINTENANCE
BATHROOMS, decks,
windows, doors, and
wood fencing. Really, no
job too small. J&M Fam-
ily Renovations. 535-
7446
HEADLINERS &
VINYL Tops Mobile Unit.
I do the work at your.
home or workplace. Rea-
sonable rates on new vi-
nyl tops and auto carpet-
ing. Free estimates. Call
anytime; leave message.
(850)638-7351
BUSINESS CARDS!
BUSINESS CARDS
Business cards & all your
printing needs.
Guaranteed'best prices
&,highest-quality in the
area. 2 great locations to
serve you. Call The
Homes County Times-
Advertiser, Bonifay (850)
547-9414 or the Wash-
ington County News,
Chipley (850) 638-0212
SEWING MACHINE &
Vacuum Cleaner Repair,
guaranteed service on all
makes & models. Free'
estimates. Westem Auto,
-1.2iN NWaukesha,; Boni-
fay. 547-3910
FOR RENT first in Chip-
ley, Mini Warehouses. If
you don't have the room,
"We Do" Lamar
Townsend 850-638-
4539, north of
Townsends.




HOLMES COUNTIANS
Thank you for all the calls
and statements about
our child service and
welfare system. The At-
torneyGeneral will make.
a change. Dick Walton,
JOArin Ellis Cooey 547-
1493


HEALTHMARK REGIONAL
MEDICAL CENTER
DeFuniak Springs, FL 32435
Call (850) 951-4507
Registered Nurses
All Shifts
* Operating Room Supervisor
* Intensive Care Unit
* Emergency Department
* Charge Nurse
* Licensed Practical Nurses
Persons interested in this position may
apply in person or fax resume to
7 (850) 892-7079.
EOE drug free workplace


Wednesday, November 22, 2006, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 7B


A"lnnouncements
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Auctions
*LAND AUCTION* 230 Props Must be Sold! Low
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nancing and Online Bidding Available 2% Broker
Cooperation www.fisherauction.com. L. Fisher
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with Lauro Auctioneers Sale subject to all terms.


Absolute Real Estate Auctions: Homes, Condos,
Commercial, Land, Waterfront. All will sell at Auc-
tion, Brokers & Phone Bidding Welcome. Neal
VanDeRee Realtor/Auctioneer (941)488-1500
www.vanderee.com.


GIGANTIC 2-DAY Auction November 30th, De-
cember 1st, 2006, Montgomery, AL. Single, tandem
& tri-axle dumps, truck tractors, lowboys, crawler
loaders & tractors, excavators, motor graders &
scrapers, backhoes, rubber tired loaders, right of way
machines, ..drilling EQ, forklifts, paving skidders,
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Wood Auction Co., Inc. (334)264-3265, Bryant
Wood AL LIC #1137.

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CHIPOLA COLLEGE
Is now accepting applications for Aca-
demic Center for Excellence Coordi-
nator. This is a grant-funded position.
Continued employment is contingent
upon grant funding.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Master's degree with at least 18 gradu-
ate semester hours in Mathematics and
5 years teaching experience at the high
school and/or college level required.
Valid state driver's license required.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Develops, designs and coordinates
instruction support in the Academic
Center for Excellence (ACE).
APPLICATION DEADLINE:
December 7, 2006 at 4:00 PM CST
Interested applicants should submit a
letter of application, completed Chipola
College employment application (avail-
able from Human Resources), resume,
list of references with current address-
es and telephone numbers, and copies
of college transcripts to:
Chipola College
Human Resources
3094 Indian Circle
Marianna, FL 32446
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER


Saturday, Dec. 2,10:00 A.M., Holmes County, FL
Excellent short-term or long-term investment!
138+/- acres to be offered in 5 parcels:
Parcels 1-4 to be offered individually and as a whole.
Par 1: 28+/- ac. with 660+/- ft. of frontage on Scott Rd. x 1800 +/- ft,
Par 2: 28+/- ac. with 660+/- ft. of frontage on Scott Rd. x 1800 +/- ft.
Par. 3: 28.25+/- ac. with 660+/- ft. of frontage on Scott Rd. x 1825 +/- ft.
Par. 4: 28.75+/- ac. with 660+/- ft. of frontage on Scott Rd. x 1850 +/-ft.
(Par. 1-4 have approx. 82 acres in large planted pine trees & 31 acres is open)
Par. 5: 25+/- ac. with approx. 275 ft. of frontage on Scott Rd.
This is really beautiful land that would be excellent for development!
Just 5 miles from downtown Geneva, AL on Scott Rd. just off Holmes Co. Rd. 163)
DIRECTIONS: From Geneva: At Jones-Baird Chevrolet, go south for a short distance & turn left
on Hwy. 27. Go 1.5 mi. & turn left on Co. Rd. 31. Go approx. 2.3 mi. & turn right on Scott Rd. & go 3/4
mi, down Scott Rd. & look for auction signs, (Geneva Co. Rd. 31 becomes Hwy, 163 in Florida)
From Bonifay: Take Hwy. 79 North approx. 1.5 mi,. and turn left on Hwy. 177. Go approx. 10 mi. and
turn left on Hwy. 2. Go approx. 11 mi. and turn right on Hwy. 163, Go 3 mi. and turn left on Scott Rd.
Property is 3/4 mi. down Scott Rd. Look for auction sins.


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Homes For Sale
PALM HARBOR Factory Liquidation Sale. 2006
Models Must Go! Modular, Mobile & Stilt Homes.
0% DOWN When You Own Your Own Land!! Call
for FREE Color Brochure. (800)622-2832.
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Bonifay, Holmes Co., FL I

Fri. Dec. 1 [o- o:o.m.


Farm 1 57 Acres
1692 White Road, Bonifay, FL
* Beautiful HomresitesN,..
, Great Pastures & Cultivatable
* Connects To 200 Acre Lake
* Waterfront Lots
* Excellent Duck Hunting


Land


Farm 2 229 Acres
Florida Hwy. 2, Holmes Co., FL
* 4 Bedroom, 1 Bath Home
* Excellent Income Potential
* Good Cropland
* Beautiful Homesites
* 3 Ponds & 3 Wells
Selling From Farm 1,
1692 White Road, Bonifay, FL.
t Myers Jackson, CAI, AARE, CES, Auction Coordinator
Rowell Realty & Auction Co., Inc.
800-323-8388
|t l "S "10% Buyer's Premium AU47 AB296-


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Johnston:AU3449, Mauck:AU3447.
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*Criminal Justice. Job placement assistance. Com-
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