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Publication Date: June 27, 2007
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Gene Watson performs at the
51st annual Watermelon Festival

Gene Watson

headlines the


.Legendary country music star
Gene Watson performed for a
packed house as the finale of the
51st annual Watermelon Festival in
Chipley June 23. He was headliner
for the festival that included activi-
ties for pretty much everybody.
Perry Wells writes that, "Country
singer Gene Watson and his band
came all the way to Chipley from
Houston, Texas, on their colorful,
home-away-from-home, travel bus
to thrill the hearts of the awaiting
crowd of fans in the agriculture
center auditorium.
"Gene sang his heart out for a
full hour to a standing room only,
packed house of spectators. He
sang many of his hit songs that have
brought fame to his singing career,
both in personal performances and
in recordings.
"What more fitting Gene Watson
song could have been used to close
his show than his main number one
signature rendition of 'Farewell
Party?' He did numerous other
songs which have become equally
'best sellers' for the country music
More coverage of the Festival on
pages 5A, 1B and in Perry's Prattle
on Page 10A. More photo coverage
online at www.chipleypaper.com.
Just look under News for Photo

Benefit fish fry
There will be a benefit fish fry
for Phillip Hewitt on Friday, July
6, at the intersection of Hwy. 79
and 90, in Bonifay. Fresh mullet
or chicken plates will be available
for $5 each. Proceeds will go to
help cover medical expenses he
incurred for hip replacement and
knee surgery.

Na vigate the Coast


Bomb threat

called into

Regions Bank
A bomb threat was called into
Regions Bank in Chipley just after
10:30 a.m.
Chipley Police Department was
on the scene within a very short
time to set up a perimeter around
the bank, while police officers and
Sheriff's deputies entered to search
the building. Chipley Fire Depart-
ment was on hand, as well. Bank
employees said a woman called in
the threat.
The bank was quickly cleared to
resume business, and investigation
continues into the crime.

Jay Felsberg/WCN

Police officers seal off the Regions Bank in Chipley following the bomb threat Monday.

Submitted Photo
Left to right: The vehicles of Lee Alford and Velma Ferguson Branham rest on Hwy. 77 after the
accident that took Branham's life over the weekend.

Fatal wreck on Hwy. 77

Early morning hours, dense
fog, and extremely low visabil-
ity may have been factors in the
Sunday morning accident on State
Road 77 in Chipley, which killed
an elderly Washington County
Florida Highway Patrol report-
ed that Velma Ferguson Branham,
74, of Sunny Hills, was driving
a 1989 Chevrolet S10 Blazer on
SR 77 at Pine Log Road when
the accident occurred at 5:05 a.m.
Sunday June 24.
Lee Issac Alford, 32, of Chi-
pley suffered minor injuries and
was taken to Northwest Florida
Community Hospital in Chipley.
He was driving a 2005 F150
model Ford.
According to the Florida High-
way Patrol report, the Alford
vehicle was traveling northbound
on State Road 77 and Bran-
ham was traveling southbound.
The right side tires of Alford's
vehicle drifted off the east road
edge and the driver attempted to
bring the vehicle back to the road
Alford went across the south-
bound traffic lane and the left
side tires went off the west road
Alford attempted to pull his
vehicle back onto the roadway.
While attempting to get back to
its side of the road, the left front

Firefighters look over the fatal wreck.

of Alford's vehicle struck the front
of Branham's vehicle, which spun
around counterclockwise, coming
to rest facing northeast across
both traffic lanes.
Alford's vehicle finally came,
to rest in the. northbound lane
facing north.,

Submitted Photo

Branham was pronounced
dead at the scene.
Both drivers were wearing
seat belts.
Charges are pending investiga-
tion, according to Cpl. S.E. Ports,
crash investigator.

Vernon City

Council calls

for contract


Managing Editor
Vernon City Council agreed to
have City Attorney Kerry Adkison
negotiate several revisions to con-
tract recommendations from the
City's engineering firm. The action
was taken at Monday's regular
meeting of City Council.
Adkison told Council about his
concern about certain provisions
of a contract recommended by
Baskerville-Donovan, Inc. Problem
areas included a provision relieving
BDI of any liability on asbestos and
pollution violations at the City's
new sewer plant. There was also a
provision providing a $50,000 cap
on liability from BDI.
Adkison will discuss the provi-
sions with BDI and return to Coun-
cil with an update.
The packet to use to prepare the
Moss Hill Road development for
the city's Community Redevelop-
ment Agency has arrived. The de-
veloper will also need an estimated
35,000 gallons a day of capacity
from the sewer plant, which will
be reserved for use of the develop-
ment. City Clerk Sherry Cobb said
the new plant is only operating at
about 25 percent capacity, so there
is plenty of room for growth.
Developers will also pay for
the infrastructure for water and
sewer at the development, which
includes a large shopping center,
and turn maintenance over to the
City. Washington County will build
the infrastructure to City specifica-
Council is still awaiting word of
grant funding through a Commu-
nity Development Block Grant, but
it was reported that the developers
would build infrastructure whether
or not the City gets the CDBG.
Council also approved sending
a letter to a property owner cross
connected to the City water system
that the owner has two weeks to
The Firecracker Pageant is Sat-
urday, and the doors open at 10 a.m.
for registration at the Cafetorium in
old Vernon High School. The pag-
eant gets underway at 1 p.m. and
has several categories. Tickets are
$5 adults, $2 ages five-1,2 and.free
for children under five. Proceeds go
to fund Firecracker Day.
.. Firecracker Day is Wednesday,
July 4. The parade through down-
town Vernon begins at 4 p.mh Activ-
ity moves to the Sponrsplex at 5:30
p.m. featuring Margo Anderson.
Fireworks are at dusk.

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Panhandle Patriotic Celebration
sponsored by the Holmes County
Ministerial Association.
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Wednesday, June 27, 2007 Washington County News, 3A


Mary Paramore/WCN
Patrons look over a portrait at the art show and sale at
the Festival.

Mary Paramore/WCN
This beautiful poster highlighted the art show and sale
at the Festival.

Sallas keeps his job,

receives suspension
V'l.g MARY D. PARAMORE Council that Sallas receive
Staff Writer two weeks leave without
mparamore@chipleypaper.com pay, beginning June 27, re-

Mary Paramore/WCN
Beauty abounded as the Watermelon queens paraded.

Monday's Bonifay City
Council meeting featured
further action in the .case of
Assistant Chief Joe Sallas.
Council voted 6-1 to keep
Sallas as assistant police
chief in Bonifay.
Sallas may have kept his
job, but Council decided that
he is not off the hook for
falsifying internal training
documents. Bonifay Police
Chief Ronnie Bennett con-
ducted an internal investi-
gation and recommended to

vocation of his departmental
teaching certificate and a
personnel letter of reprimand
to his file.
Council approved that rec-
ommendation, but amended
it to suspend Sallas without
pay for three weeks. Mayor
Frederic Howell cast the
dissenting vote. Sallas faces
further investigation by the
Florida Department of Law
Enforcement's Criminal Jus-
tice Standards and Training

Mary Paramore/WCN
The Red Hatters float featured music, provided by a 92-
years-young gentleman, He said his position as lone man
on the float made him "the luckiest man in the world."

. . Mary Parhmore/WCN
SThere were plenty of beads available during the Water-
melon Parade.

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i _ If you're not a liberal when you're young. then you have no heart. -- Idea originated by Francois Guisot (1787-1874),
If you're not a conservative when you're old, then you have no brain. popularly attributed to Winston Churchill

This story did not stay in Vegas ..

Driving the streets of Las
Vegas is a man from Nairobi,
Kenya. His vehicle is a Ford
Explorer; he is employed as
a cab driver. I do not know
his name.
And he started it.
My dad had to attend a
conference in Las Vegas
and invited my wife and
I to join him. During that
weekend, we ate at some
great restaurants and saw
two shows: Spamalot with
John O'Hurley and Cirque
du Soleil.
Then it was time to head
home. The valet hailed a cab
for us. And that's how we
met the man from Nairobi,
The man had a huge smile
with a few teeth missing. A
cloud of white hair circled
his domed head. He was,
perhaps, just over 5-and-a-
half-feet tall. He was neither
lean nor fat. He had a heavy
accent. He appeared to be an
average man.
Two minutes into the ride
to the airport the man from
Kenya asked for our story,
"How was your stay? Was
this trip business or vaca-
My dad explained the sit-
uation: I came for business,
and they came for vacation.
How about you, are you from
here originally?
Four years ago the man's
wife won her visa in the gov-
ernment lottery. They began
making plans to move with
their son and daughter to the
United States. The decision
to move to Las Vegas came
from learning that there were
friends and jobs available in
At the time that the man's
wife won her visa, their
daughter was 20. Just weeks
before the passports were
finally processed, the daugh-
ter turned 21 and lost the
opportunity to travel with
the family.
Since they have been
here, a lawyer swindled
them out of $300 with the
promise that a letter to the
Embassy in Kenya would
allow the daughter to move
to the United States. They
were told by immigration
that after a wait of three
years the appropriate wait-

One Word

Andrew Hollinger

ing period and paperwork
would be complete. Those
three years have passed and
still the daughter is stuck in
That's where the story
stopped. I feel for the man.
He told us his story with
the tone of a man endlessly
defeated, but not able to give
up the fight. He suspects that
the congressional focus on
illegal immigration is part of
what is keeping his daughter
out of the country.
They moved to America,
he said, because there is
more opportunity here. In
Nairobi, the United States
is still The Land of the Free
and a place for any man
to find success. But he has
met with roadblocks and
obstacles. Their only bright
light is that they are right on
track to become naturalized
So why this story? Why
should you know it?
In a year thousands of
people will ride in that Ford
Explorer and never hear his
story. The story will always
exist. But like any book, the
story needs to be opened.
That time, we only needed
to ask, "How about you?" to
hear the intricate details.
Any story can be told if
there is only someone to
Andrew Hollinger is
a freelance writer from
McAllen, Texas who
writes for Freedom News
Service. E-mail him at


To the Editor
I was coming into town by 1-10 when I saw the law had
somebody pulled over in the median. I looked and it was Joe
Sallas. He was changing a tire for a woman. He could have
called someone else to do it and sat in his air conditioned
car. He didn't do that though.
When I went by the bank, it was 103 degrees. Can we ask
for any better from our police department? Way to go Joe!


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How much does Vaughn
Cordle know about the state
of the U.S. airline industry?
Well, the CEO and chief
analyst of AirlineForecasts
-- who has 25 years-plus
of experience as a pilot for
a major airline -- makes a
large part of his living sell-
ing what he knows about air-
line finances and economics
to hedge funds, government
agencies and consulting
*Q: What's the airline
industry's biggest problem
right now -- and who or what
is to blame for it?
*A: The U.S. airline in-
dustry is the least-profitable
in the world. I believe there
are too many competitors.
We've been crunching num-
bers on all the passenger-car-
rying airlines in the country
and there are 34 airlines that
produce more than $100
million in revenue. So it's
highly fragmented and hy-
per-competitive. We esti-
mate that those 34 airlines
in the domestic market are
coming up about $8 billion
short from earning their cost
of capital.
The big 12 airlines ac-
count for about 96 percent of
passenger capacity. They're
doing quite well internation-
ally but it's the domestic
market that is not doing
so well. The airlines have
to crowd more people into
their aircraft. Load factors
(percentage of a plane's
seats that are sold) have
gone from about 65 percent
a decade ago to in the low
80s and this summer some
airlines probably will have
90 percent load factors. So
this means effectively some
flights have too many people
and they have to turn people
It's crowded and airline
employees are demoralized
because they are working
more for a lot less. And when
you have to deal with more
passengers, employees are
working more and they and
passengers are stressed out.
*Q: Has the airline indus-
try finally figured out how to
make profits?
*A: No. They're still los-
ing money. This year we
estimate that the major 12
or 15 airlines will earn about
$3.5 billion. Now that's bet-
ter than the cumulative $35


Bill Steigerwald

billion they've lost since
2000, so it is a turnaround
year. But the airlines -- the
money-losing, over-lever-
aged network airlines (Unit-
ed, American, Delta, etc.)
-- have had to pull back sig-
nificant domestic capacity to
force those load factors up so
they could offset the lower
real yields (revenue per pas-
senger carried for one mile).
Unit revenue is still about 14
percent lower than it was in
2000 -- that's the revenue
per available seat mile. But
the yields are still 25 percent
lower. So the higher load
factors mask the real weak-
ness in the airline industry,
which is low yields.
*Q: The Economist maga-
zine recently said that the
best thing governments can
do to help the airline indus-
try become more efficient
and more profitable is to get
out of the way. Do you know
what The Economist was
talking about?
*A: Yes I do. I believe
that the airline industry
could naturally evolve into
a more efficient industry if
the government just gets
out of the way, lets certain
airlines fail and lets mergers
and acquisitions occur. It is
highly fragmented, hyper-
competitive, and there are
destructive fare wars. Today
there was an article in USA
Today that said average fares
were two percent lower than
they were last year. Yet we
have 80 or 90 percent load
factors this summer. So traf-
fic is back up but average
fares are at levels that are
not healthy for the industry,
hence the financial distress

and the exceptionally high
load factors.
But these airlines have
under-invested in their com-
petitive resources -- human
and physical -- and they've
gotto play catch-up. If you
look at capital expenditures
for most of the major carriers,
it's less than depreciation, so
by definition they are in a
slow liquidation. So they've
got to invest and replace old
and aging aircraft.
Labor costs have come
down quite significantly
since 9/11 but the salaries are
unsustainably low at some of
the airlines. Some of these
employees have taken 30 or
40 percent pay cuts -- and
they are working more with
higher load factors. So there
is an unhappiness with some
of the majors'employees and
the industry needs relief.
*Q: Is privatizing the Air
Traffic Control system an
important idea?
*A: I think it's an im-
portant idea. If you look at
the productivity increases
in the U.S. airline industry,
the average network airline
has improved productivity
from 20 to 35 percent. Even
Southwest has improved
productivity 20 percent.
They went from 85 people
per aircraft to a recent 67.
United has gone from 160
people per aircraft down to
115 -- about a 28 percent im-
provement in productivity.
Now if you look at the
Air Traffic, Control system,
90 percent of the cost of the
system is labor, and guess
what? There's been zero
improved productivity over
the last decade. They have
outdated systems that need
to be replaced. It'll take tens
of billions to modernize the
ATC system and that's part
of the problem.
Q: Should it be run by the
airlines themselves?
A: Not by the airlines
but by a group of users of
the airlines. If the users that
paid for the system had some
say, it would in fact be more
efficient than being run by
a government agency that
has congressional meddling,
so to speak. Right now the
system is politicized, which
is not good.
*Q: Is the future of the
airline industry -- and there-
fore air travel for the mass-

es -- going to be better or
*A: It's going to get worse
as long as we have a highly
fragmented airline industry.
The big major airlines as of
the first quarter produced
64 percent of all capacity.
They are only viable as long
as they have strong interna-
tional routes to subsidize
their domestic operations,
which are losing money.
I'll give you an example.
Continental last year lost
half-a-billion dollars in their
domestic operations but
they made a lot of money in
their Latin America, Atlantic
and Pacific markets. They
made over half-a-billion
dollars in operating profits
in the Atlantic market alone.
Continental's losing a lot of
money in the domestic mar-
kets, and so are they other
airlines, but they need the
domestic markets to feed the
international routes.
The problem arises when
stronger foreign carriers
with better balance sheets,
higher profits and better
service start picking up the
pace. We have some mega-
carriers forming in Asia and
there are going to be a lot of
Airbus 380s coming on to
the market. They have rules
and regulations over there
that are different than ours ...
and they are very profitable.
They have over $5 billion in
excess equity.
If you look at the top 30
world airlines, not one single
U.S. carrier is on the list in
terms of profit margins. And
if you look at their capital
structures, the U.S. network
airlines are at the bottom of
the world list. They have
got over-leveraged balance
sheets and we calculate they
come up about $8 billion
short in revenue. It is a rev-
enue problem. ... In other
words the U.S. airline indus-
try would enjoy $30 billion
more in revenue today if air
tion expenditures were at the
same level in relative terms
that they were in the previ-
ous decade, prior to 9/11.

Bill Steigerwald is a col-
umnist at the Pittsburgh Tri-
bune-Review. E-mailBill at
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State of the airlines in 2007


Wednesday, June 27, 2007 Washington County News, 5A


Mary Paramore/WCN
A crowd enjoys the bluegrass music Friday night at the former Northwest Florida

Mary Paramore/WCN
The AMVETS and the Veterans of Foreign Wars were on hand at the parade Saturday
in downtown Chipley. More photos online at www.chipleypaper.com.

Shriners' motorcycles roar through downtown Chipley.

Dozens of craft vendors were at the Festival to sell their wares.

Jerkins Reunion
The Jerkins Family Re-
union will be July 7 at the
Loxley Civic Center in the
Loxley Municipal Park on
Hwy. 59. Festivities will be-
gin at 9 a.m. Each family is
asked to take covered dishes
of food and non-alcoholic
beverages to share. Paper
products, eating utensils and
ice will be furnished.
There will be a Jerkins
Family research and picture
display for everyone to enjoy.
Be sure to take along family
information and pictures for
other family members to
For more information, you
can contact Doris Hastings,
22671 Circle Drive, Rob-
ertsdale, AL 36567, or call
251-947-5499 or cell 251-
979-7543 or you can contact
Voncile Harris, 1075 Ellison
Street, Loxley, AL. 36551, or
call 251-964-5999.


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The family of Carolyn Berry
thanks their friends for the
expressions of love in the form
of food and flowers during the
time of her passing.
Robert, Heather, Lee & Becky

Thank You
Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above.
- James 1:17
Thank you Bonifay, and surrounding areas
for the best opening week ever. We are so grate-
ful for your support and continued good will. We
will be having a Grand Opening soon! We have
weekly and daily discounts and specials. Again,
we appreciate all of y'all's patronization. Special
Orders will be filled with 24 hour notice.
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Submitted photos
Lady Lightning action in several recent tournaments.
Center: Lauren Register was MVP of the Queens of the
Beach tournament. The team is enjoying a very suc-
cessful summer.

Lady Lightning Softball Team enjoying successful season

The 14U Lady Lightning
Softball Team is enjoying a
successful season under the
leadership of coaches Bubba
Hill, Ray Queensberry, and
Tony David, according to a
recent news release.
The Lady Lightning trav-
eled to Dothan, Ala. for the
Buffalo Rock of Dothan
On Mother's Day week-
end the girls treated their
fans to their first tournament
win for the 2007 season
boosting their record to 9-1.
Melissa David was offensive
MVP of the tournament,
while Michelle Quesenberry
was defensive MVP for her
play in center field. Kelli
Klug's play at the catcher
position was a major factor

in the team's success.
May 19 and 20 the team
was in Port St. Joe at the
Queens of the Beach Tour-
nament. The ladies took the
field on Saturday morning
knowing that on the last
day of the tournament five
players would leave for
church camp. Winning all
three games on Saturday, the
girls sent the Lightning to
the winners bracket for the
following day.
The coaching staff pulled
five 11-12 yearolds from the
Lightening 12U team to fill
in for the missing players.
The players rallied behind
the pitching and catching
team of Lauren Register and
Jenna Belser. The Lightning
won their second tournament

Swimming lessons will
be offered for ages four and
Lessons are based on
a combination of nation-
ally-recognized methods.
The following sessions are
scheduled: Session 3: July
9-19; and Session 4: July
30-Aug. 9. Classes are avail-
able at 9 a.m., 10 a.m. or
7:00 p.m.
Sessions are Monday
through Thursday for two
weeks of 45-minute lessons.
Cost is $45 and pre-registra-
tion is required, with a $5
late registration fee.
Infant and Preschool
Swimming lessons for chil-
dren three and under will
meet July 23-27 with classes
available at 10 a.m. and 7

boosting their record to 14-1
on the year with a 2-1 tour-
nament record.
David won offensive
MVP honors with seven
hits and .467 batting average
for the weekend. Register
won the defensive MVP
award with numerous stops
on the mound defensively.
She faced 73 batters and
only allowed 12 hits, which
included sacrifice bunts. She
tallied a 0.78 ERA while
allowing only four runs in
three games, had six RBI
and a .364 batting average
for the weekend. Emily
Volger scored seven runs
while batting .385, and Mi-
chelle Quesenberry hit .714
on Saturday alone. Belser
hit .273 with three RBI that

p.m. Cost is $30.
For information, call pool
manager Rance Massengill
at 850-718-2473.

FWC report
Florida Wildlife Com-
mission report for June 15
Officer Larry Morris re-
sponded to a call from the
Holmes County Sheriff's
Office saying that a deputy
had observed an individual
attempting to take an alliga-
tor near Highway 2.
Based on his investiga-
tion and evidence present,
Officer Morris charged the
suspect with attempting to
take an alligator.

allowed the game-winning
run to cross the plate in the
The Lady Lightning 14U
Team is the reigning USFA
World Series Champions
and their organization has
four age groups: 10U, 12U,
14U and 16U.

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on July 14 in Panama City
Beach to benefit patients
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of 15 current and former
NJCAA softball standouts
selected to represent the
United States in the 2007
World University Games in
Bangkok, Thailand,August

Chipola College
camp programs
Chipola Softball Coach
Belinda Hendrix will offer
several camps. Basketball
camps for grades 8-12 are
Session one is July 16 and
17, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at
Chipola. Session two is July
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p.m. at Bay High School in
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Wednesday, June 27, 2007 Washington County News, 7A

Florida Freedom Newswire
The Fort Walton Beach Falcons semi-pro football team practices at the Fort Walton Beach High School football
practice field.

Fort Walton Beach Falcons hoping semi-pro team will soar

Florida Freedom News-
.Shortly before 6 p.m. on
a Wednesday evening, foot-
S-ball players gathered on the
.practice field in the shadows
:-:of Steve Riggs Stadium at
"-Fort Walton Beach High
No, it wasn't a summer
workout for the Fort Walton
Beach Vikings. It was the
Fort Walton Beach Falcons
going through their paces as
"they prepare for the upcom-
-ing semi-pro season.
For the third time in a
year, the Falcons are under
.new ownership. And if you
count the team the Falcons
replaced, the Okaloosa-Wal-
--ton Jets, this is the fourth
'-,regime in less than three
But things seem different
this time.
. Brothers Wesley and Bri-
an Lewis have taken over the
-feam and are determined to
make things work. Wesley
handles the promotional
and off the field stuff while
Brian is in charge of football
"My brother played for
"the team three years in a
row, and they weren't going
to have an owner this year,"
Wesley said. "My brother
asked me to step in and help
6ut. So I'm out here just try-
ing to help my brother get to
the next level."
With a seemingly endless
-turnover in ownership, the
Lewis brothers have strug-
gled to gain credibility for
the team in the community
and with the players.

"It's been an uphill bat-
tle for us the whole time,"
Wesley said. "The previous
owners didn't carry out their
obligations, s6 when we go
to talk to people it's, 'Oh no,
this team again.'"
In an effort to do things
the right way, the Falcons
have joined the Fort Walton
Beach Chamber of Com-
And rather than play-
ing their games at Destin
Elementary School as they
did last season, they'll play
their home games under the
lights at Steve Riggs Sta-
dium when the season opens
next month.
The home opener is sched-
uled for July 21. Game time
will be 7:30 p.m. and ticket
prices are $5 each.
"We wanted to make it
affordable so a family could
come and watch the game,"
Wesley said. "At these prices
a family of four can see us
play for $20."
There also are plans to
have the games broadcast on
Cox Cable.
As Wesley works off the
field, Brian is doing double
duty as both an owner and
"It's a lot of work," Brian
said. "When you're a player
you just come to practice
and leave. Now it's a 24-
hour job.
"I'm fortunate enough
that I have a job that I can
actually do stuff (related to
the team), but from the time
I wake up until the time I
go to sleep I'm working on
One of the biggest chal-

lenges for Brian is separat-
ing the roles of owner and
"I have to deal with being
friends with the guys on the
field and still deal with the
business side of it," Brian
"With us not having a big
budget pretty much every-
body has to pay.
"When money is due,
then I have to be the business
man. And on the field I have
to be friendly with every-
body. That's hard balancing
both of those."
Each of the Falcon players
was responsible for securing
a $250 sponsorship from a
local business to cover their
cost of playing. Brian said
the idea behind that was two-
fold - not only does it help
a player that might not have
that much money to play, but
it also helps the community
buy into the team.
"None of the money
should have to come out of
their pocket," Brian said.
"The only thing they had to
pay was a $10 tryout fee."
Brian described the talent
level of the Falcons as being
equal to that of a Division II
college team.
"Two years ago we were
putting 22 guys on the field
and this year we have a full
45-man roster," he said.
Many of the Falcons are
members of the military
serving locally. There's also
a good mix of those who
played high school ball in
Okaloosa County.
Former Fort Walton Beach
running back Anthony Baker
is back for his second year

with the Falcons. He likes
what he has seen from the
new ownership.
"We have a lot more ex-
perience this year," Baker
said. "There's a lot more
energy and we're a lot more
"I see the future as be-
ing very positive. You look
at where we are playing
this year. We're playing at
one of the best fields in the
Linebacker Jacoby Jack-
son also is excited about the
"There's a lot more ca-
maraderie with the team,"
he said. "It's almost like a
For more information
and schedule, go to http://

Florida Freedom Newswire
The Fort Walton Beach Falcons' Anthony Baker runs
the ball during practice.

Simmons reunion
The 98th annual Stephen Weston Simmons family reunion
will be held July 4 at Washington County Agriculture Center
on Highway 90 in Chipley. Organizers invite all friends and
relatives to attend. "Take a well-filled basket of food and
enjoy the day with us," said Joy Everitt.
Doors will open at approximately 9-9:30 a.m. For more
information, Call Joy Everitt at 638-0096.

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'Generator rule' being enforced on evacuation routes

Staff Writer
Based on recent Florida
Department of Environ-
mental Regulation inspec-
tions, three of five Holmes
County gas stations required
to comply with a new law;
ensuring fuel availability
in emergencies are ready.
In Washington County, just
one of seven stations is in
Under direction of the
Governor's office, last year
the FDEP identified fuel
retailers along evacuation
*routes, then selected certain
retailers for compliance
based on the number of
pumping stations and other
criteria. All station owners
were notified in December
2006 that those meeting cer-
tain criteria must be wired
to operate off of generator
power by June 1,2007;
The date has come and
gone, and not all of these
stations are in compliance.
If station owners weren't
paying close attention, they
might not have realized they

were required to.
Sarah Williams, DEP
press secretary, said, "We
submitted a report to the
Legislature March 1 and at
that time had. the number
of affected stations at 254.
When we reviewed that
report (in mid-May), we un-
covered a technical error and
had to correct that number
to 1,584."
Williams said DEP in-
spectors visited all 1,584
stations May 21-25 to deter-
mine how many stations are
in compliance with the new
law. She said that number
now is being adjusted down
as stations demonstrate they
are exempt from the new
In Holmes County, sta-
tions presently listed by the
DEP as being required to be
wired for generator use are:
Miller's 1-10 Exxon,
Hwy. 79, Bonifay: Not in
Simbo's Truck Stop, 2005
S. Waukesha Street, Boni-
fay: Not in Compliance
Express Lane #69, 1102
N. Waukesha Street, Boni-

fay: Ready
Tom Thumb #152, 2102
S. Waukesha Street, Boni-
fay: Ready
Fill-Ups #1105, Hwy. 81
S & I-10, Ponce de Leon:
In Washington County,
stations presently listed by
the DEP as being requiired
* to be wired for generator
use are:
Exprezit! #606, Hwy. 77
and I-10, Chipley: Not in
Inland Food Store #262,
SR 77 and South Blvd., Chi-
pley: Not in Compliance
Express Lane #66, 1369
W. Jackson Street, Chipley:
Not in Compliance
Jiffy Food Stores, NW
Comer Hwy. 79 & 20, Ebro:
Not in Compliance
Southside One Stop, Hwy
79 S., Vernon: Not in Com-
Express Lane #73, 1698
S. Main Street, Chipley: Not
in Compliance
Murphy USA, 1623 Main
Street, Chipley: Ready
Florida and the nation
learned more than a few

lessons during the hurricane
seasons of 2004 and 2005.
At the top of the state's hur-
ricane prep list is improving
fuel availability.
Some Floridians were
unable to evacuate because
they could not buy gaso-
line, and some emergency
personnel were hampered
because fuel was not avail-
able to power equipment.
Fuel was there, ready and
waiting. The problem? Gas
stations could not dispense
fuel because they had no
electrical power and were
not wired to run on genera-
The law is intended to
ensure first responders such
as police officers, fire fight-
ers, electricity crews and
hospitals have access to fuel
when communities face di-
sasters such as the aftermath
of hurricanes.
Florida Gov. Charlie Crist
said, "A lot of stations need
to get busy in a hurry. This
is the law and it will be en-
forced to the fullest extent
of the law, including, if need
be, to take them to court."


Tip leads to arrests
After receiving a tip from
a concerned resident in ref-
erence to possible drug ac-
tivity, investigators with the
ton County
Drug Task
which in-
ton County
Sheriff's Sam Henry
Office and Griffin
Police De-
partment, set up surveillance
at a hotel in the Chipley area.
During the course of the
investigation, heavy traffic
was observed coming and
going from a hotel room
rented by Sam Henry Grif-
fin, 60-year-old white male.
Griffin is a well-known
part of the illegal drug com-
munity, according to WCSO,
and was out on bond await-
ing trial stemming from an
arrest in December on drug
trafficking charges for pos-
session of over 30 pounds
of marijuana. On Monday,

June 18, Griffin was taken
into custody after several
items and chemicals used in
the manufacturing of meth-
aminesr Boinger
meth oils
and meth-G

pipes were s
found inl
his possessed as part of
sion as well Dennis
as o ver Bollinger
$3,500 in
GriBothffin weras charged with
possession of narcotic equip-
ment, production of marijua-
na and possession of mari-
juana. Griffin's bond was
revoked as a result of this
mostrecentarrest and isnow
being held in the Washington

Also arrested as part of

Bollinger, 35-year-old white
male, and Michael Buckbee,
37-year-old white male.
Both were charged with
possession of methamphet-
amines with intent to sell,
manufacture and deliver.

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members of the community, the farmers market is sure to
be a success.
Everyone is encouraged to come out and buy fresh local
All growers interested in selling at the Chipley Farmers
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County Extension Office on Hwy. 90 in Chipley.
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Area primed for 'mosquito onslaught'

Staff Writer
A few mosquitoes might
be buzzing about, but they
are not yet a problem in
Washington County. That's
according to Joe Miner, en-
vironmental manager, at the
Washington County Health
Department. Miner knows
the area is primed for a
mosquito onslaught, though,
and he says Chipley is "more
than ready."
Using reserve funds, Chi-
pley purchased a new truck
for the mosquito control pro-
gram to replace the existing
1975 Dodge that has been in
use since the city program's
"The old truck still runs
and we'll use it until the
new truck is ready," he said.
Miner said the new truck is
awaiting installation of its
sprayer, which should hap-

pen in the next few weeks.
"The new sprayer can
operate faster and adjusts
the concentration of the in-
secticide to the speed of the
vehicle," Miner said.
The old truck does not
meet safety standards for a
modern mosquito control
program because it has a
standard transmission and
lacks air conditioning. Dur-
ing summer spraying, the
truck's operator, Jimmy
Finch, is forced to choose
between riding with the
windows rolled up in the
sweltering Florida heat and
humidity or risking expo-
sure to insecticide when the
vehicle stops and air comes
through open windows.
Although Washington
.County is one of the state's
59 mosquito control districts,
it does not participate in the
state's mosquito control pro-
gram. The City of Chipley

Horse owners urged to

Staff Writer
Horse owners and humans
take note: they're baaaack.
Mosquitoes are beginning to
buzz about, thanks to recent
rains in Washington and
Holmes counties.
Mosquitoes are more than
a pesky nuisance. The bit-
ing insects sometimes cany
blood-borne diseases that
-can infect humans and ani-
In Florida, eastern equine
encephalitis is of particular
Dr. Kim George, vet-
* erinarian at Panhandle Vet-
- erinary Services, said local
horse owners should con-
sider vaccinations a part of
regular horse maintenance.
He said, "Oftentimes, people
put it on the back burner.
- I've had two EEE tests come
back positive this year, pos-
sibly a third," George said.
According to George,
money should not be a factor
for horse owners considering
"A vaccine that combines

tetanus, western Nile virus
and eastern equine encepha-
litis costs $12. They can give
it or I can give it," he said.
Mosquitoes have not been
a problem this year because
of the severe drought. Mos-
quito eggs lie dormant, of-
ten for years, until water
is available. The eggs then
hatch immediately, which,
in this area, is likely to cause
an exponential surge in the
Agriculture Commission-
er Charles Bronson is urg-
ing horse owners to ensure
their animals are vaccinated
against eastern equine en-
cephalitis and western Nile
"So far this year there
have been no reports of
human cases of mosquito-
borne illnesses in Florida,"
Bronson said. "We haven't
seen any western Nile cases
either and I hope with proper
protections, we continue this
Humans are unlikely to
get these viruses directly
from horses; however, mos-
quitoes can bite infected

does participate, under the
umbrella of the county.
"We receive $8,000 from
the city and the state matches
it," Miner said.
He places excess state
funds into a reserve ac-
count, through which the
new truck and sprayer were
Regarding the local mos-
quito population, Miner said
counts from Florida A&M
University indicate a few
mosquitoes, but nothing that
requires treatment, yet.
In a news release from
the Florida Department of
Agriculture, Commissioner
Charles Bronson warns of a
possible mosquito onslaught

when the area's drought is Les Jolie Dames Civic
finally broken by substantial Club sponsored its annual
rain. scholarship dinner recently
Miner agrees, but said we at the T.J. Rouhlac Enrich-
haven't gotten enough rain ment Center.
to cause dormant mosquito Dorothy P. Davis was
eggs to hatch. mistress of ceremonies.
President Priscilla P. Brown
ia greeted the audience fol-
vaccinate lowed by Alma H. Vann
Svaccin t who gave the invocation.
Everyone joined in sing-
horses and then transmit ing, "Lift Every Voice and
the disease to humans, ac- Sing."
cording to the Centers for Joephine Robinson-Floyd
Disease Control website. welcomed guests and shared
Bronson added, "It's up some of the activities the
to people to take steps to club is involved in such
protect themselves and their as donations to the Ameri-
animals from mosquito- can Cancer Society, Project
borne diseases." Graduation and educational
Besides ensuring horses seminars.
are vaccinated, here are a "The club's major en-
few tips to protect yourself deavor is the awarding of
from mosquito-borne dis- a scholarship each year to
ease: a deserving high school
*Limit time outside dur- graduate," Robinson-Floyd
ing dusk and dawn when said. These graduates have
mosquitoes are most active, indeed made great strides
*Wear ling-sleeved shirts in improving the quality of
and pants to cover skin and lives locally and across the
reduce the chance of being United States.
bitten. Mayor Linda Cain extend-
*Eliminate standing water ed a welcome and greetings
in yards, such as in bird- from the City of Chipley.
baths, kiddie pools, old tires The audience was enter-
and other receptacles, tained with beautiful music
*Use insect repellant that by two very talented soloists
contains DEET, a highly ef- - Sarah Harris and Cynthia
fective mosquito repellant. --Wynn . .
According to the CDC, A prayer of thanks \\as,
mosquitoes also carry Japa- offered by Eva H. Campbel I
nese, La Crosse and St. prior to the delicious meal.
Louis encephalitis, dengue Dr. Thelma D. Wood in-
fever, malaria, Rift Valley produced the speaker, Julia
fever and yellow fever. Manners-Morales, principal
of Vernon Middle School.
She spoke on "Educating
From a Global Perspec-
The speaker also shared
some positives in education
at Vernon Middle School.
Members of the club were

Mary Paramore/WCN
County DARE mobile
One of the highlights of any Watermelon parade is the Washington County Sheriff's
Office DARE mobile. The car was confiscated from a major drug dealer and painted
up by inmates at Holmes County Correctional Institute.

Early Learning
Coalition meets
Early Learning Coalition
of Northwest Florida will
hold a Board meeting on
Wednesday, July 11 at 11
a.m. in the Workforce Cen-
ter One Stop in Marianna.
Agenda will cover the finan-
cial report, committee reports
and Executive Director's
report. For information call
850-747-5400, ext.102.

Submitted photo
Speaker Julia Morales-Manners with her son, Ceasar.

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audience, sang their club

Those who supported the
event and others throughout
the year were thanked by
club members.

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Les Jolie Dames Civic Club sponsored its annual scholarship dinner





10A, Washington County News, Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Festival is history
for another year
The 51st Panhandle Wa-
termelon Festival is now
history. What a day in our
Country singer Gene Wat-
son and his band came all
the way to Chipley from .-
Houston, Texas, on their " '"
colorful, home-away-from-
home, travel bus to thrill the i
hearts of the awaiting crowd s
of fans in the agriculture .
center auditorium.
Gene sang his heart out
for a full hour to a standing
room only, packed house of
spectators. He sang many
of his hit songs that have .
brought fame to his sing-
ing career, both in personal
performances and in record-
What more fitting Gene
Watson song could have
been used to close his show
than his main number one
signature rendition of "Fare-
well Party?" He did numer-
ous other songs which have
become equally "best sell-
ers" for the country music A parade entry of many ye
star. Model A Ford, being driven
These have added to the Nebel seated in the truck.
notoriety of Gene Watson
and to his highly recognized
success in his chosen musi- approval.
cal profession. The Kountry Folk Klog-
Down through the years, gers are always a crowd
the Watermelon Festival pleaser and Dune Buggy
committee has brought in the Clown has become a
nationally known talent. popular fixture at our annual
Some were so popular that watermelon extravaganza.
some concern was expressed Thanks to Danny and Mer-
as to our facility accommo- lene Spears, long-time lead-
dating the crowds. ers of the clogging group,
The Nashville Country and to Col. Jim Russell, bet-
Music Revue, our musi- ter known as "Dune Buggy,"
cal performers many years for their faithful support of
ago, brought in a record our festival.
number of people up to that When the "Prattler" came
time. The U.S. Navy Band's on board as chairman of
"Country Current," which the watermelon festival in
performed two shows for us 1976, Farrell Nelson was
at two different locations, functioning as one of the
also brought a host of music "prime movers" in staging
lovers to our town. this enjoyable event, as he
Then we must mention was among its founders in
the terrific response to the 1956.
festival event when the Farrell and his brother,
pO~M .Eami.ly.fromt eR..Nelsoni were ater-
Od.. '6y"oPfh'amaC.ty- melon growers for many
Beach graced our stage with years and came to the rescue
a roaring performance sev-
eral years ago.
The Del McCoury Band
came to us three years ago Than
dressed in their finest attire
and brought down the house
with their music and songs, TO Everyone w
bluegrass style. Albert E.
Brumley Jr., along with wife, the Carl H
Robin, from Missouri have was grea
been our musical guests in It was greatly
the past, as has Emma Smith, Carl &
Randall Hylton, Marty Ra-
bon, Thomas Tate and The
Countians and many other
bands from afar, as well
as some right at our own 1 Z A
The last category includes CERAMIC
The Millers from Wausau, | POTTE
consisting of W.T. Miller, S
his son, Jimmy, and David
Fowler. This group now A
sings all gospel bluegrass
an, they are-always a popu- 2949 Moss Hill Rd. (8
lar' group for our festival. Vernon, Florida
This year, Run'd Off
Band, obviously increased
third popularity and accep-
tance with the watermelon IlSll
festival audience with per- I
formances at Fun Night on
Friday and on stage at the A
agriculture center on Satur-
day. They are now selling __
albums, their first effort
along this line. Deadlines For
A special treat for our
visitors at this Saturday's JULY 4 Pu
event came from a visitor.
My new-found kinsman, DISPLAY A
Ron Taylor, and wife, Ma-
vis Taylor, from Red Lev- THURSDAY, JU
el, Ala., were in town for
the entire weekend of fun CLASSIFIED & 1
and frolic. I only met these
folks on April 15 at a Wells' FRIDAY, JU
Family reunion in Santa

Rosa County. Yes, we are
definitely related and, after
Ron's three beautiful songs
performed on our stage Sat-
urday, it makes it easier to Washington
call him "cousin." (850)
I expect we will see and (850) 6
hear more of this couple Holmes CountyI
from Alabama as our crowd jj50)
on Saturday gave his part (850) 5
of the program a rousing

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Submitted Photo
ars past shows DOT No.1, a
by Ralph Carter with Rudy

in supplying melons for our
annual festival on many oc-
It was good to once again
see Farrell Nelson in the
audience Saturday. As I ex-
pected, I heard several bids
coming from him during
the big watermelon auction.
I know the bid in the name
of U.S. Senator Bill Nelson
came from his Uncle Far-
rell, and it would be good
to know that a Washington
County watermelon ended
up in Washington, D.C., in
the hallowed halls of Con-
Farrell Nelson called the
"Prattler" a few weeks ago
and, among other comments,
he told me of his 95th birth-
day coming up on June 16.
the day my family was cel-
ebrating the Brock Reunion.
He has now celebrated that
milestone birthday and his


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wife, Caribel Robertson
Nelson, retired Washington
County school teacher, also
reached her 95th birthday
a few months ahead of her
The Heritage of Washing-
ton County book has a beau-
tiful and informative story
on this notable Washington
County couple in a writing
submitted by a grandson,
John Holland.
Readers of this article
will find a full report on the
accomplishments and con-
tributions these Washington
County natives have made to
their home area.
To anyone, or any group,
that may have been left out
by name, in making this
festival the best one to date,
the former chairman gives
a tip of the "hatlo hat" to
you also.
A great big salute and
an even greater expression
of "Thanks" goes to Judge
Colby Peel for bringing the
51st Panhandle Watermelon
Festival to full fruition. It
was a classic event in every
respect. The banner has been
set high for future events.
The "Prattler" has full
faith and confidence that our
young and energetic helms-
man will carry the torch for
many more festivals which
have proven a valuable,
positive and wholesome
influence in our county.
See you-all next week.

Unemployment figures released

Perry's Prattle

By Perry Wells
, J>

Florida Agency for Work-
force Innovation Director
Monesia T. Brown recently
announced Florida's season-
ally adjusted unemployment
rate for May 2007 was 3.4
percent, unchanged from the
previous month.
In May, job growth was
lead by education and health
service sectors, with most
of that growth in health
services. Based on the latest
nationwide data, Florida had
the lowest unemployment
rate of the ten most populous
states and continued to be
below the national average.
The comparable national
unemployment rate for May
was 4.5 percent.
"Governor Crist has em-
phasized the importance of a
highly skilled workforce to
ensure Florida's continued
economic prosperity," said
Brown. "As Florida's popu-
lation continues to age, the
demand for health services
professionals is expanding.
Addressing the growing need
for highly-skilled workers in
this industry is critical to our

Stroke and osteoporosis screenings
Residents living in and around Bonifay can be screened to
reduce their risk of having a stroke or a serious bone fracture.
Life Line Screening will be at Holmes Council on Aging
on June 28 located at 210 W. Kansas Avenue in Bonifay,
Appointments will begin at 9 a.m. A stroke, also known as
a "brain attack," is ranked as the third leading killer in the
world, and the leading cause of nursing home admissions.
Stroke often occurs without warning. The good news is that
painless screening can help identify problems that can lead
to a stroke before it is too late.
Screenings are fast, painless and low cost. They test for
blocked carotid arteries, abdominal aorta aneurysms and,
hardening of the arteries in the legs. Bone density screening
is also offered.
All four screenings take less than an hour to complete..
A complete wellness package, including the Carotid Artery,
Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm, Ankle Brachial Index and
Osteoporosis screenings, is only $129.

continued success."
Florida's Labor Market
at a Glance (Seasonally
* Florida has recorded 57
consecutive months of job
* Florida gained 125,900
nonagricultural jobs in May
compared to a year ago.
* Out of the civilian labor
force of 9,173,000, there
were 310,000 unemployed
Floridians. ,
* Florida's May 2007
unemployment rate of 3.4
percent was 1.1 percent-
age points lower than the
national rate of 4.5 percentC
Florida's rate has been belov
the national average since

Holmes County's unem-
ployment rate was 2.8 per-
cent in May 2007, the same
as that for April 2007. ThO
rate for May of 2006 was
2.9 percent.
Washington County's
unemployment rate was 3.1
percent for April and May
2007 and May 2006.

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Firecracker Day July 4
The Town of Vernon will hold
its annual Firecracker Day July 4
at the Sportsplex on Highway 279.
Activities will include a 4 p.m.
parade, entertainment, food/crafts,
vendors beginning at 5:30 p.m.,
kid's rides and a big fireworks dis-
play at dark.
The new Miss Firecracker roy-
alty will be on hand, and Margo
Anderson (above) will entertain.
For more information, contact
Peggy Dobbins at 850-535-1555.

Youth leadership
Middle and high school students
are invited to participate in a free
two-day leadership event (using
a low ropes course) featuring the
Army National Guard.
The event will be held Thursday
and Friday, June 28 and 29, from 8
a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Chipley High
School gymnasium on 1545 Brick-
yard Road in Chipley.
To register, contact Donna Gunt-
er at 850-638-6240, ext. 129.
A signed permission form will
be necessary for the fun and active
skills event sponsored by Washing-
ton County Health Department, the
Army National Guard and Chipola
Workforce Board.

Watermelon Time in Chipley

Mary Paramore/WCN-HCTA
Miss Florida Watermelon Tara Mashburn of Chipley and Junior Miss Watermelon Washington
County LynnZee Webb show us the 'reason for the season.'


Blue Lake Baptist
Church Patriotic
Celebration July 4
o- Blue Lake Baptist Church invites
everyone to join them in celebrating
America's freedoms on Wednesday,
July 4, at 6 p.m.
� The celebration starts with a
patriotic musical presented by
the Blue Lake Choir. "Spirit of
America" focuses on the attitudes
and characteristics that have made
Americans unique throughout our
. Following the musical there will
be games and activities for both
the young and the young at heart,
including an old fashion cookout,
ice cream, watermelons, and a great
time of fellowship.
? All members of the community
are welcome and active, retired,
and veteran military personnel are
encouraged to attend. Special rec-
ognition will be given to those who
have served their county.
- The event is free, but if anyone
plans on staying for the cookout
ihey will need to obtain compli-
Inentary tickets from a local Blue
Lake Baptist Member.
For more information, contact
William Sasser at 638-7805. Blue
Lake Baptist Church is located at
1405 Blue Lake Road in Chipley.

The Run'd Off bluegrass band performed
the Festival.

Staff Writer
Legendary country music star Gene Watson
performed for a packed house as the finale
of the 51st annual Watermelon Festival in
Chipley June 23. He was headliner for the
festival that included activities for pretty much
Like most good parties, revelry started
early. With the Watermelon Festival, the party
got warmed up Friday night at the Northwest
Florida Campground, with a concert by the
Run'd Off bluegrass band. Dune Buggy the
Clown was there to coordinate watermelon-
rolling contests and to entertain the children
with balloon tying and his signature clownish
antics. Festival Chairman Colby Peel chatted
up the crowd, while former chairman Judge
Perry Wells showed off the event to new-
found relatives visiting from out-of-town.

Mary Paramore/WCN-HCTA
Friday night to open Beauty queens were in abundance at
throughout Chipley last weekend.

Saturday, June 23, started early, with some
folks gathering at the Washington-Holmes
Tech Center for a 7:30 a.m. 5,000-meter run
and others at the Panhandle Shrine Club for
a pancake breakfast fund-raiser. Some folks
wandered through rows of antique cars lining
Hwy. 90 across from the Washington County
Ag Center at the annual car show.
Some folks slept in, starting their fun with
the 10 a.m. parade through downtown. If
Chipley was founded because of railroading,
it's only fitting that a train would show up for
the town's 51st annual Watermelon Festival.
The parade was split in two and delayed for
about five minutes as a freightliner chugged
through town. Folks lining Church Street
weren't bored. Shriners in funny cars kept
the crowd entertained as they waited for the
parade to progress.
After the parade, the crowd descended
upon the Ag Center for more fun. Hot as it

Mary Paramore/WCN-HCTA
the annual festival held

was - temperatures were in the 90s - folks
wandered through more than 30 food and
craft vendors, and accompanied children to the
petting zoo, carnival rides and watermelon-
themed contests, like seed-spitting and melon
rolling. Most folks stopped first to pick up a
free slice of watermelon from the Kiwanis
Club, which was cold and refreshing.
New to the festival this year was an art
show and sale, sponsored by the Washington
County Arts Council.
The festival's highlight was the watermelon
auction. According to Judy Corbus, extension
agent festival committee member, Waste
Management's Jeff Massey bought the biggest
melon, an 80-pounder, for $700. As always,
David Corbin handled the auction.
The festival wrapped up with a dance back
at the Panhandle Shrine Club.
More photos online at www.chipleypaper.
corn and www.bonifaynow.com.

2B, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Submitted photo
Catalpa Festival a big success
The second annual Catalpa Festival was held at New Hope in Holmes County on Saturday, June 9. The fund-raiser
was a great success, according to organizers. From the left, David English and Roland Bowers kick off the festival
with a catalpa tree adoption program.

Book on local Civil

War action released

The latest book from area
writer and historian, Dale
Cox will be of interest to lo-
cal history buffs. It explores
the history of the 1864 Bat-
tle of Marianna and the re-
lated raid by Union soldiers
through Walton, Holmes,
Jackson and Washington
counties in more detail than
any previous publication.
The Battle of Marianna,
Florida is the newest publi-
cation, and the first national
release for the Two Egg na-
The book is a dramatic
expansion of Cox's earlier
narrative, "The West Flori-
da War," and includes pre-
viously unpublished detail
and eyewitness accounts of
the Civil War battle fought
in the streets of Marianna.
The book also devotes
chapters to related Civil
War activities in Northwest
Florida, including skir-
mishes at Eucheeanna and
Campbellton, the Battle of
Vernon, and provides a de-
tailed account of extensive
"raiding" that took place
along the route of the mili-
tary movement.
According to Cox, the
Battle of Marianna took
place Sept. 27, 1864, at the
culmination of the deepest
penetration of Confeder-
ate Florida by Union troops
during the entire Civil War.
"The encounter resulted in
the bloodiest day in the his-
tory of Jackson County and

Keown honored
as All-American
Benjamin Keown of Ver-
non has been named an All-
American Scholar. He was
nominated for the national
award by Dr. Sandra Cook
of Vernon High School.
His name will appear in
the All-American Scholar
Yearbook, which is pub-
lished nationally, according
to news release from All-
American Scholar.
Benjamin is the son of
Michelle Keown of Vernon.
His grandparents are Al and
Wanda Keown and Amos
Keown, also of Vernon.
"Winners of the All-
American Scholar Award
should be congratulated
and appreciated for their
dedication to excellence
and achievement," said Dr.
George Stevens, founder of
the U.S. Achievement Acad-

economic damage that im-
pacted four modern North-
west Florida counties for
more than 50 years."
Cox said he wrote the
book to help bring the true
story of the battle to life
and expand common under-
standing of what happened
in the clashes between
Union and Confederate sol-
diers leading up to and fol-
lowing the engagement.
The book examines the
battle and related events
from all perspectives and
is the only book in print
detailing the history of the
1864 raid.
In addition to providing
an expanded history of the
battle and the related raid,
the book includes detailed
listings of casualties, partic-
ipants and a wealth of other
historical and genealogical
The Battle of Marianna,
Florida can be ordered for
$24.59 (including shipping
and handling) either online
at http://www.battleofmari-
anna.net or by mail from:
Dale Cox, P.O. Box 180814,
Fort Smith AR 72908.
Cox, who divides his time
between Florida and Arkan-
sas, is the author of several
other books on Florida his-
tory, including his recently
published book, Two Egg,
For more information
about the author, go to
dalec527@ yahoo.com.

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Anna Nayeli Seda
Anna Nayeli Seda turned three years old on June 6.
She is the daughter of Benjamin Seda-Segarra of Mari-
anna, and Olivia Dickens-Seda of Panama City. She is the
granddaughter of Roberto and Iraida Avilez of Marianna
and Linward and Ann Dickens of Chipley.
Anna currently resides in Panama City with her mom
and plans to attend Head Start August 8, in Panama City.

Christian Fine Arts Seminar
The arts are alive at Chipley First Presbyterian Church.
Art, music and drama will be offered as part of a fun-filled
experience to cultivate and nurture the growth of a child's
creativity while studying God's word.
Classes will be held 2-4 p.m. Aug. 6-10 at the church on
658 Fifth Street in Chipley.
The exciting "2007 Christian Fine Arts Seminar" is free
to children ages six to 10 who will enjoy its Bible-based
activities. Children must be pre-registered by July 18.
"This is a priceless experience for your child," a spokes-
man explained. For more information, call 850-638-1629.

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Convenant Hospice Garden Gala
Covenant Hospice is seeking sponsorships and artists
for its second annual Garden Gala, coming this September.
The Garden Gala celebrates fall gardening and the arts.
Guests will enjoy dinner, entertainment and auctions of
garden benches and rockers painted by local artists.
Sponsorship details and artist applications are available
online and at Covenant Hospice, 4440 Lafayette St. Suite
C, Marianna, Fla. 32446.
Proceeds will benefit Covenant Hospice, helping them
provide compassionate care to patients with life-limiting
illnesses in Jackson, Holmes, Washington and Calhoun
counties. For sponsorship information, call 482-8520.. For
artist information contact Michele Kimbrough at 557-0655.
Or visit: http://support.covenanthospice.org/gardengala/in-

Kolmetz Reunion
The Kolmetz Reunion will be held July 14 at Hinson
Cross Roads Fire Department located on County Road 280
(Douglas Ferry Road). Events will begin at noon. Those
planning to attend are asked to take side dishes comple-
menting fish and chicken. The Kolmetz sing will be held
7 p.m. July 13 at Live Oak Baptist Church, Highway 284
(Millers Ferry Road) off Highway 79 in south Vernon.

Wiggins Family Reunion
The Wiggins Family Reunion will be held July 7, begin-
ning at 1 p.m. at the Ag Center building in Bonifay.
Hambone will provide entertainment this year.

Stampfest Ill
The Panhandle Philatelic Society will host "Stampfest
III," the third of four shows planned for 2007. It will take
place July 21 in the Knights of Columbus Hall, 205 Carol
Ave. (next to Home Depot),z in Fort Walton Beach. Show
hours will be 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For additional information,
call Fred Brafford at 850-651-2770.

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Wednesday, June 27, 2007, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 3B

Cooked or

not, green

beans are


Whether you call them
green beans or string beans,
these long beans are great to
eat, cooked or uncooked.
Green beans are picked
while still immature and
the inner bean is just be-
ginning to form. They are
.one of only a few varieties
of beans that may be eaten
fresh. They are usually deep
emerald green in color and
come to a slight point at ei-
lther end. They contain tiny
seeds within their thin pods.
Green beans are low in
calories, about 50 calories
for a whole cup. They are an
excellent source of vitamin
C, vitamin K and manga-
nese. They are also a very
good source of vitamin A,
dietary fiber, potassium, fo-
*lic acid and iron. If that's not
enough, green beans are a
.good source of magnesium,
.thiamin, riboflavin, copper,
calcium, phosphorous, pro-
tein, omega-3 fatty acids
and niacin.
The vitamin K in green
beans can help keep your
,bones strong, as the vita-
:min K has a substance that
hlielps to anchor calcium to
your bones. The vitamin A
-and folic acid (a B vitamin)
-can help to keep your heart
hliealthy, and the vitamin C
-pitches in to help your heart
-and your immune system.
Green beans are a very
good source of iron. Boost-
*ing iron stores with green
beans is a good idea, es-
pecially because, in com-
Iparison; to ted meat, a well-
iknown source of iron, green
beanss provide iron for a lot
less calories and are fat-
While green beans are
;typically referred to as
.string beans, many varieties
Mo longer actually feature
'the fibrous string that runs
down the length of the earli-
er varieties. Green beans are
also commonly known as
snap beans. Haricots verts
are French green beans that
are very thin and very tender
and are wonderful in salads.
Green beans are in the
same family as shell beans,
such as pinto beans, black
-beans and kidney beans.
Green beans and other
,beans, such are kidney
beans, navy beans and black
beans are all known scientif-
;ically as Phaseolus vulgaris.
,They are all referred to as
'"common beans," probably
4'owing to the fact that they
-all derived from a common
.bean ancestor that originat-
ed in Peru. From there, they
,were spread throughout
South and Central America
'by migrating Indian tribes.
They were introduced

into Europe around the 16th
century by Spanish explor-
ers returning from their voy-
ages to the New World, and
subsequently were spread
through many other parts
of the world by Spanish and
Portuguese traders.
Today, the largest com-
mercial producers of fresh
green beans include the
United States, China, Japan,
Spain, Italy and France.
Nancy Berkoff is a regis-
tered dietitian and chef with
more than 20 years of expe-
rience in the food industry.
E-mail her atfoodprof@ix.

Serves 4-6

1/2 pound fresh, trimmed
green beans
2 tablespoons chopped
2 tablespoons chopped
fresh parsley leaves
2 tablespoons chopped
sweet onion (such as Vida-
lia or Maui)
2 teaspoons olive oil
1 teaspoon balsamic vin-
1 teaspoon spicy mustard

1. Either steam the fresh
green beans on top of the
stove, or microwave in a
small amount of water until
just crisp. Transfer to a serv-
ing bowl and allow to cool.
2. Toast the walnuts in a
dry skillet over high heat,
for about two minutes and
place in a small bowl. Add
the parsley and onion to the
walnuts and stir to com-
3. In another small bowl,
whisk together the oil, vin-
egar and mustard. Toss the
dressing with the green
beans and top with the wal-
nut mixture.
4. Serve at room temper-
ature or chill until ready to
Nutritional information
per serving: 68 calories, 65
percent calories from fat, 5
fat grams, 2 protein grams,
5 carbohydrate grams, 2 fi-
ber grams, 286 sodium mil-
Source: Nancy Berkoff

Early Learning Coalition
Early Learning Coalition of Northwest Florida will hold
-a Board meeting on Wednesday, July 11 at 11 a.m. in the
One Stop Workforce Center in Marianna.
Tentative agenda will cover the financial report, com-
.mittee reports and Executive Director's report.
For more information call 850-747-5400, ext.102.

Miss Firecracker beauty pageant
Miss Firecracker beauty pageant, sponsored by Vernon
Merchants Association will be held June 30 in Vernon's
Community Center (old high school cafeteria), starting at 1
p.m. Boys categories: Age groups - birth through age 10.
Female categories: Age groups - birth through 100 years
-of age, single, married or divorced. This is an open pag-
All proceeds will go toward the fireworks show held at
.the Vernon Sportsplex on July 4. For additional informa-
tion or registration form, call Laura Brewer at 535-5118.

Ben and Rener Holmes reunion
: The family of the late Ben and Rener Holmes invites
*everyone to join with them at Ponce de Leon City Hall at
1 1 a.m., Sunday, July 1, for a time of fellowship, good food
-and reuniting with other family members and friends.
. Everyone is asked to take their favorite dish and and any
family photos they have to share.
For further information call 956-2742 or 956-2528.
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Emily Kay Williams and
Marcia Sapp Agner will
have a group art and crafts
exhibit at Bonifay Guild for
the Arts, Inc. from June 25 -
July 6, according to a news
release from the Guild.
The opening reception
will be Friday, June 29,
from 5-7 p.m. Everyone
is invited. There will be
snacks and refreshments
provided to the public.
In 1954, as a child, Em-
ily Kay Williams' first in-
troduction to art as a form
of expression was with a

set of oil paints her moth-
er purchased for her. She
has attended oil classes in
Chipley, and Chipola Ju-
nior College in Marianna.
In 1955, she experimented
with Georgia red clay mak-
ing pottery, and later learned
from Martin H. Thompson
how to use a pottery wheel.
However, she prefers hand-
made pottery.
She had several art ex-
hibits selling her artwork
in Jacksonville, Neptune
Beach, Pensacola, Kodiak,
Alaska, and Saint Simon

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ing art at the Elfredazin
School of Art in Cross City,
and continued her study
with a private school of art,
Lajinene Ross Stevenson.
In 2004, she studied oil, and
pastel with Lynn Downhene
in DeFuniak Springs. Agner
was commissioned to paint
on windows, and she dis-

covered that glass painting
is her passion. In 2005 she
started teaching glass paint-
ing at Noah's Arc in Pana-
ma City Beach.
She has shown and dis-
played her art pieces at West
Indies Market in Rosemary
Beach, Noah's Arc Christ-
mas Art and Show Sale, and
Spring Art Show & Sale.
She painted and sketched
with Pagosa Springs, Colo-
rado artists, Houston, Texas
artists, Beth Anderson, and
with Franklin Art Guild in
North Carolina.

Kiwanis Gospel Sing coming up on July 7

The Bonifay Kiwanis
Club and Bill Bailey Con-
cert Promotions will host
the 55th Annual Bonifay
Kiwanis Club Gospel Sing
on Saturday, July 7 starting
at 7:00 p.m. The sing will
be held at Memorial Field
in Bonifay with gates open-
ing at 5:30 p.m.
The sing is a popular
event that attracts specta-
tors from all over the world.
In addition to some of the
finest gospel singing, spec-

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shine and everyone is invit-
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(bleacher seating is also
provided). No refunds:
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be open on Friday, July 6, at
6 p.m. for spectators to rope
off a place to view the con-
cert. No tents, glass bottles,

grills or pets please.
The sale of concessions,
the sale of business ads in
the All-Night Sing Program,
and the $3 parking fee are
used by the Bonifay Ki-
wanis Club to help meet the
countless donation requests
the club receives each year.
Bill Bailey will host a
talent search for soloists as
well as groups on Saturday,
July 7, at 2:00 p.m.
There will be cash prizes
awarded, and the first place

winner will perform on
stage at the main event.
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rules and guidelines contact
Bill Bailey at (941) 756-
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Michael Combs, Brian Free
& Assurance, The Dixie
Echoes, Delivered, The Per-
rys and The Beene Family.
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4B, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, June 27, 2007




During the 30th Annual
National Nursing Assistant
Week , June 14 - 21, Cov-
enant Hospice celebrated
its own dedicated certified
nursing assistants with a
luncheon held in their honor
to recognize the more than
2.5 million caregivers who
each day provide hands-on
care to our nation's frail,
sick or elderly citizens.
"Caring is my Career:
Project Respect" is the
theme for this year's Na-
tional Nursing Assistant
Week. Each day Covenant
Hospice's certified nursing
assistants demonstrate this
theme when they go into
homes or nursing homes
and provide the personal
physical care their patients
need with compassion, dig-
nity and respect.
"This luncheon was an
opportunity for us to ex-
press our respect and grati-
tude to our certified nursing
assistants for the critically
important care they give

Peacock reunion set
A reunion for members of the James Kinson Peacock
and Mary Elizabeth Pierce Peacock families is scheduled.
for July 14 in Blountstown at Sam Adkins Park-Panhandle
Pioneer Settlement-Frink Gym. Festivities begin at 11:30
a.m. Be sure to take along photos and other information to
share, and sign up for the Peacock fashion show when you
reserve your lunch.
Reservations for lunch and checks made out to Mary Lou
P. Taylor, should be mailed to, P.O. Box 202, Blountstown,
FL 32424 by July 1. Luncheon tickets are $18 per adult, $8
per child under 10 years of age. This includes gratuity, tax
and a gift bag per family. Call 850-482-3477.

Submitted photo
Covenant Hospice Certified Nursing Assistants, left to right-Back row are Cathy
Mayo, Willie Nix, Lisa Barnes, Judy Rushing, Glenda Strickland. Front row, Tracey
Jordan, Frances Golden, Denise Deese, and Violet Budd.

our patients," says Peggy
Moore, Covenant Hospice
director of branch opera-
tions in Marianna. "Their
compassionate care has a
huge positive impact on the
quality of life for our pa-
tients and their families fac-
ing end-of-life issues."
If you know a nursing as-
sistant, please take time this
week to let them know you
appreciate and respect the
important work they do in
choosing to care for others.
For more information

about Covenant Hospice
services, call 850-482-8520
or toll-free at 888-817-
Covenant Hospice cur-
rently serves over 1,100
patients daily and is a not-
for-profit organization dedi-
cated to providing com-
prehensive, compassionate
care to patients and loved
ones facing life limiting ill-
nesses regardless of their
ability to pay.
*Volunteering can be
one of life's most reward-

ing experiences. Covenant
Hospice is seeking caring
volunteers to provide ser-
vices in many areas, includ-
ing patient/family support,
nursing home visits, admin-
istrative tasks and fundrais-
ing events. Even if you have
only a small amount of time
to spare, you can make a
big difference in someone's
To learn more, call Don-
na Meldon, Covenant Hos-
pice volunteer manager at

Donna Dykes/Extra
Ribbons awarded
Chipley Mayor Linda Cain presents ribbons to race
winners at the recent Fresh Start Coalition Track Meet
in Chipley.


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 onAging (located in Chipley)
senior lunches, for reservations call 638-6217, donations

Noon-Bonifay Kiwanis Club meeting, held at Blitch's
Restaurant, located in Bonifay.
1 p.m. - Line dancing, Washington Council on Aging in
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.
7 a.m.-Holmes County Chamber of Commerce break-
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes County Library open.
1 p.m.-Washington County Commission meeting.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon Library open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes Council on Aging provides hot
meals and socialization.
10:30-11 a.m.-Chipley Library preschool storytime.
11 a.m.-Washington CouncilonAging (located in Chipley)
senior lunches, for reservations call 638-6217, donations
1 p.m.-6 p.m.-Wausau Library open.
6 p.m.-TOPS meeting, held at Mt. Olive Baptist Church,
located three miles north of Bonifay on Hwy. 79.
6:15 p.m. - The Washington/Holmes Autism Support
Group meet at Woodmen of the World in Chipley. Children
are welcome. Call 547-3173
6:30 - 8 p.m.- "Journeys: Finding Your Way Through
Grief" meeting, at Bonifay Nursing and Rehab Center.
8 p.m.-Narcotics Anonymous meeting, held at Blessed
Trinity Catholic Church in Bonifay.
8 p.mn.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at New Hope
Volunteer Fire Station,, Hwy. 2 in Holmes County.
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: bingo, exer-
cise, games, activities, hot meals and socialization.
10:30-11 a.m.-Wausau Library preschool storytime.
11 a.m.-Washington Council onAging (located in Chipley)

senior lunches, for reservations call 638-6217, donations
7 p.m. - Slocomb VFW, dance until 10 p.m. Music by
the Country Boys. Admission $5; 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 Pres-
byterian Church in Chipley.
CLOSED: Wausau Library
8 a.m.-Noon-Holmes County Library open.
9 a.m.-Noon-Vernon Library open.
9 a.m.-Noon-Chipley Library open.
8 p.m.-Alcholics Anonymous meeting, held at Bethlehem
Masonic Lodge, located on Hwy. 177 in Holmes County.
1 p.m.-Abate of Florida, a Motorcyclist Rights
Organization, meets at 2229 Bonifay-Gritney Road. For
information call 850-548-5187.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held in the board
room at Graceville Hospital in Graceville.
4-6 p.m.-Conversational English classes for internation-
als, held at Shiloh Baptist Church. Contact church office,
638-1014 or Karma Cook, 638-8418.
CLOSED: Holmes County Library, Wausau Library,
Vernon Library.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
10 a.m.-Noon Holmes Council on Aging provides bingo,
exercise, games, activities, hot meals and socialization.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located in Chipley)
senior lunches, for reservations call 638-6217, donations
5:30 p.m.-Widows' Support Group meeting, held at Chuck
Wagon Restaurant in Chipley.
6:30-8:30 p.m.-Conversational English classes for inter-
nationals, held at Shiloh Baptist Church. Contact church
office, 638-1014 or Karma Cook, 638-8418.
6 p.m - 7:30 p.m.-Salvation Army Domestic Violence
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a domestic violence support group each Monday. The
meeting will be held at the SADVP Rural Outreach office
at 1461 S. Railroad Avenue, apartment one, in Chipley.
Call Emma or Jess at 415-5999.
7 p.m.-Esther Masonic Lodge No. 144, Bonifay.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at Blessed-
Trinity Catholic Church, located on Hwy. 177A, Bonifay:
CLOSED: Holmes County Library.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon Library open.
9 a.m.-Holmes County School Board, District Office,
Pennsylvania Ave. in Bonifay.
9:30 a.m.-4 p.m.-Wausau Library open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes Council on Aging provides hot
meals and socialization.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located in Chipley)
senior lunches, for reservations call 638-6217, donations
5:30 p.m.-Widows' Support Group meeting, held at Chuck
Wagon Restaurant in Chipley.
7 p.m.-Westville City Council meeting.
7 p.m.-Esto Town Council meeting.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at Blessed
Trinity Catholic Church, located on Hwy. 177A.
8 p.m.-Narcotics Anonymous meeting, held at Blessed
Trinity Catholic Church in Bonifay.

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FCAT Ninth Grade: Desirae Pratt, Joshua Kersey, Alan Parson, Randi Hudson, Jus-
tin Ellis, and Brandi Baker.

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Science Awards: Honors Anatomy-Ashleigh Pitts; Chemistry-Samuel Griffin; Biol-
ogy I-Whitney Rushing, Jessica Landers and Alicia Davis; Earth/Space-Randi Hus-
don and Desirae Pratt.

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FCAT Eighth Grade: Barbara Simmons, Charles Harvan, Alexandra Henderson,
Tori Webster, and Alexandria Rushing.

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Math Awards: Algebra II-Dustin Locke; Geometry-Tory Seirgne and Wesley Wal-
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Wednesday, June 27, 2007


Submitted photo
Fireworks aren't the only thing happening at the Holmes
County Fairgrounds Sunday afternoon.

God and Country

Submitted photo
2007 Global Mission Team from the First Baptist Church of Orlando, working at The Baptist College of Florida
in Graceville.

For the past seven years,
Global Mission Teams from
the First Baptist Church of
Orlando, have played a ma-
jor part in the reconstruc-
tion, remodeling, and mis-
sions efforts at The Baptist
College of Florida (BCF).
They arrive on campus each
year around the second or
third week of June with a
group of 30 to 50 members
offering a helping hand and
praying over what God is
doing at BCF.
This year was no differ-
ent, as workers from five
to 80 years old arrived for
what they call their unique
"Sweat Equity Mission
Trip." The BCF mission
trip is called that because
of the incredible amount of
hard work, sweat, and love
that is poured into the col-

lege during the week long
Team leader and Global
Impact Pastor Bill Mitchell
has spent 15 years on staff
at FBC and together with
his wife, Greta, has led and
participated in the 75,000
labor hours the church has
given to the school over the
past seven years. Part of
those ministry hours were
preparing for incoming stu-
dents studying for Christian
service by building new fa-
cilities, painting, pressure
washing, cleaning, and re-
The vision of FBC is
simple - volunteer construc-
tion workers, electricians,
teachers, Sunday school
workers, worship leaders,
moms, dads, grandparents,
and young people, from all

walks of life, coming to-
gether for one purpose - to
bring glory to God and see
lost people saved.
They believe their work
at BCF has a ripple effect.
As they work doing things
the school would normally
have to pay to have done,
the money saved on labor
and supplies can now be
used preparing more men
and women for service and
sending more students and
faculty on mission trips
throughout the world.
Entire families take part
in this opportunity, and
lifelong friendships have
been made with each other
as well as with the fac-
ulty, staff, and students of
the college. To date, the
FBC group has converted
McRae/Morrow Hall into

office spaces/classrooms,
tiled dorms, worked in the
downtown center, has been
instrumental in building the
first Shepherd's Cottage in
Heritage Village, remod-
eled and cleaned multiple
apartments, painted and
made repairs in the Clark
House and Cypress Church
in Heritage Village, and
helped remodel Lake Vista
Dining, among many other
This year the team did
their annual cleaning of the
Assembly Center, added a
new office space in the Mu-
sic Department, and gutted
two apartments in prepara-
tion for remodeling.
For more information
about mission opportunities
at BCF, call 800-328-2660
ext. 460 . ..


Gospel Jamboree
Seventh Day Adventist
Church will host a gospel
jamboree and sing on June
30, beginning at 6:30 p.m.
All local talent is invited to
participate. The church is
located across from the IGA
store in Bonifay.

Prayer meetings
The schedule of prayer
meetings for the Area Wide
Concert Crusade at the Barn
has been announced.
All prayer meetings be-
gin at 8:30 a.m.
*Monday, July 2, Holmes
Creek Baptist Church, 335
Cope Road, Chipley.
*Tuesday, July 10,
Breakfast at Bear's BBQ in
Pastors and church rep-
resentatives are encouraged
to attend.

Grammy winner
at conference
Dottie Rambo will be
featured in the 2007 Minis-
try Conference planned for
June 29-30 at Holiday Inn
South Conference Center
(Ross Clark Circle) in Do-
than, Ala. She is an interna-
tionally known song writer
and recording artist, plus a
Grammy and Dove award
Sharing the stage with
Rambo will be Cathy Lech-
ner, author and prophetic
The ministry that begins
6:30 p.m. Friday evening
and continues from 8:30 to
noon on Saturday morning,
is sponsored by First As-
sembly of God of Bonifay
and Rock of Deliverance
Church of Ebro. Praise and
worship will be by Destiny

Church of Dothan.
Local recording artists
will share in song. There is
no registration fee, howev-
er, people are encouraged to
register by calling 850-535-
2008 or by FAX at 850-
535-9613 to reserve a seat.
An offering will be taken.
Email address is rockofd

to perform
Bethlehem United Meth-
odist Church is having a
sing Friday, June 20, begin-
ning at 7 p.m. "Crosscut"
will be performing. Re-
freshments will be served
following the sing.
Everyone is invited. The
church is located nine miles
northwest of Bonifay just
off Hwy. 177.

Camp meeting
in Bethlehem
Bethlehem Family Camp
Meeting will be held at 3073
Hwy. 160, Bonifay, through
June 29. Everyone is invit-
ed for family worship and
fun. Contact Hannah Bras-
well for more information
at 334-718-4340.

Spirit Filled
The Spirit Filled Singers
of Northwest Florida are a
southern gospel group com-
prised of all family mem-
bers with a strong spiritual
"They have been singing
and ministering in churches
for the past 35 years," says

Submitted photo
Calvary Trio in concert
The Calvary Trio will be performing at the First Assem-
bly of God Church in Sneads, Sunday, July 1, beginning
at 5 p.m. The trio will also be singing at the Holmes
County Homecoming on Friday, July 6, at the Holmes
County Agricultural Center beginning at 6:30 p.m. Ev-
eryone is invited to attend.

the Rev. Norman Harris."
The group will appear
7 p.m. Saturday, June 30,
at Harris Chapel Church,
Highway 179C in Gritney.

Free cookout
God's Vineyard Wor-
ship Center will have a free
cookout and a water slide
for all to enjoy on July 4
beginning at 10 a.m. The
church is located on Hwy.
79 South, 4.7 miles from
Interstate 10. Everyone is
invited to attend enjoy the
day and fellowship.

Old Mt. Zion VBS
Old Mt. Zion Baptist
Church in Ponce de Leon

will hold Vacation Bible
School July 9-13, from 6 -
8:30 p.m. Ages 2 - Teens.
They will start with a
meal 6 p.m. before the VBS
Learn how Jesus used
the very common element
of water to teach some very
uncommon lessons about
obedience, worship, cour-
age, faith and service.
Be sure to wear your
play clothes because some
crafts may involve paint.
And since this is a Water
Park Adventure, you can
bet you'll get at least a little
For more information,
call Barbara Carroll at 850-

The opinions expressed in Real Power are not
necessarily those of Florida Freedom, Inc.

The Lord has blessed me
in so many different ways, I
really can't count them. I say
that because as I sat down to
begin to write, I began to re-
member the many different
places that I have been able
to celebrate the birthday of
this great land in which we
live, "America."
Other than to be in Heav-
en with my Lord, I would
not want to live in any other
land. Even with all the so-
cial problems, political cor-
ruption, and a media sys-
tem that is very biased and
actually very corrupt in its
reporting, I still believe we
live in one of the greatest
countries on the face of this
beautiful earth.
Just to name a few, I've
been able to witness fire-
works from the banks of
Lake Michigan, the great
Smoky Mountains, the hill-
sides of Dalton, Georgia
while traveling with a youth
group, from the coast of the
great Atlantic Ocean, and
the Gulf of Mexico, and
even in the United King-
dom of our mother country,
This year I'm excited,
not only to be a spectator,
as I was in 2005, but this
year, able to be involved in
the "God and Country Cel-
ebration" sponsored by the
Holmes County Ministerial
Association here in Boni-
fay. As I shared last year, in
all the fire works displays
that I have witnessed, in-
cluding Disney World and
Dollywood, Bonifay knows
how to do fireworks and do
them right!
When you leave, you
know you have seen fire-
works at their very best.
And though it is the best
fireworks display, bar none,
there is so much more.
The churches of Holmes
County and surrounding
area come together, on a
Sunday afternoon, this year
on July 1, not only to light
up the sky in celebration of
the birthday of this great na-
tion, but also to share God's
love and the salvation mes-
sage, as our forefathers I
believed envisioned, when
they sacrificed everything
to bring their families here.
We celebrate the bless-
ings from the Lord on this
great nation with awesome
music, programs, food,
games for the children and
the "God and Country" pre-
sentation, which is given to
the community without no
cost, except your presence
and appreciation. There will
be donation boxes through-
out the fair grounds, so if
you feel so led, you can help
offset some of the expense
and feel as though you are
part of making it all happen,
and it will be greatly appre-
ciated, as we all watch your
money go up in smoke.
By the way, the gates
open at the Fairgrounds in
Bonifay at 4 p.m., Sunday,

From the


Tim Hall

July 1, and games, music
and food are there as long
as they last. But you know
what I think is the best part
of this event? It's the people
who are behind the scenes
making it all happen. It's
the local Ministerial Asso-
ciation which is made up
of many different churches
of many different faiths, or
denominations, coming t6-
gether for our God and our
country, as we should.
I know that most of those
who will be represented
there do not hold to the
same theology that I do, and
I'm sure they believe they
are the ones who are right,
as I believe I am. But we
know we all have One per-
son in common, Whom we
love and desire to serve, and
that is our Lord and Savior
Jesus Christ. And we also
know it is because of Chris-
tians like us, who came be-
fore us, with His blessings
upon them that have made
this country the great coun-
try that it is.
We are also reminded of
the time that John came to
Jesus very upset, because
someone who he did not
know was basically preach-
ing in the name of Jesus, and
John came to Jesus desir-
ing that He would shut him
up. But Jesus said to John
"Forbid him not: for he that
is not against us is for us"
(Luke 9:49-50 KJV).
From these words of
Christ is where I believe the
local Ministerial Associa-
tion gets its thrust. We de-
sire that Satan and the evil
that is out to destroy this
. world arid the testimony of
Christ know that there is a
great force, though we go
by many names, coming
together in His name, not
only once a year, but 365
days a year to lift up His
name above all names. God
has truly blessed America;
May America bless God, by
repenting of our sins.
This message has been
brought to you From the
Heart of Tim Hall, Senior
Pastor, Gully Springs Bap-
tist Church in Bonifay. Call
850-547-3920, E-mail: tim-
hall_2000 @yahoo.com.

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Wednesday, June 27, 2007, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 7B

Acclaimed actor brings 'The Sermon on the M . . Chipley

Mary Paramore/WCN-HCTA

Enjoying Camp Victory
Ten-year-old Jesse Slay from Ponce de Leon buys a
snow cone from Camp Victory staff. He attended the
June 25-30 session and was promised a week of tropical
fun by camp staff. His mother, Sandy Hougland, was
as excited about Slay's week at camp as he was. "As
a child I always wanted to go to camp," she said. She
said her church, First Baptist Church of Ponce de Leon,
helped sponsor Slay's week at camp. Camp Victory, a
Christian, non-denominational camp has been in con-
tinuous operation since 1961.

Staff Writer
Chipley's First Presby-
terian Church brought ac-
claimed actor Frank Run-
yeon to town to present his
one-man play, "The Sermon
on the Mount," June 23. He
performed Saturday eve-
ning in the sanctuary.
"Not many people would
dare to bring a soap opera
star into their hometown,"
he told Barbara Russell,
who invited him to per-
form in Chipley as a fund-
raiser for the church. "Your
reputation will never be the
Runyeon set the stage
not by adopting an accent
fraught with "thou" and
"thus", but by assigning
audience members roles to
adopt in their minds, to help
them connect with Biblical
Once complete, Runyeon
was in ancient Antioch, in a
home filled with sheep-herd-
ers, seamstresses, tax col-
lectors, jewelry makers and
bakers, and he himself was
Jesus' disciple, Matthew. In
character, he explained that
there "is too much tension

The play depicted Mat-
thew sharing Jesus' word
to new believers and

with Jews who do not be-
lieve Jesus is the Messiah to
meet in the synagogue."
The play depicted Mat-
thew sharing Jesus' word
to new believers and skep-
tics. Matthew, according
to Biblical accounts, was
witness to Jesus' Sermon
on the Mount. His modern
audience was faced with
the same decision the real
Matthew's audiences did: to
believe or not to believe.
After the presentation,
Runyeon took questions
from the audience and
shared his views about neg-
ative and positive messages
communicated through tele-
vision and movies.
The actor is best known
for playing Steve Andro-
poulous, the love interest of
Meg Ryan's Betsy on "As
the World Turns," as well as
for playing recurring roles
on "L.A. Law," "Another
World," "Falcon Crest" and
"Melrose Place."


Mary Paramore/WCN-HOTA
Chipley's First Presbyterian Church brought acclaimed
actor Frank Runyeon to town to present his one-man
play, "The Sermon on the Mount.P


Orange Hill Baptist: 3.6
miles east of Wausau, off Pioneer
*-Road at 3485 Gainer Road. Pastor
"Phillip Gainer.
" Northside Assembly of God:
- 1009 N Rangeline St., across from
L Bonifay Elementary. Pastor Ed-
win Bell.
. Christian Haven: Finch Cir-
cle, Wausau. Pastor Carlos Finch.
' Gully Springs Baptist: Three
miles west of Bonifay on Hwy.
90. Pastor Tim Hall.
Vernon Evangelistic: Hwy.
79. Pastor Calvin Sherrouse.
White Double Pond: Pastor is
Michael Monk.
. St. John Free Will Baptist:
St. John's Road, Bonifay.
- Chipley First Presbyterian:
Fifth Street and Watts Avenue.
Bonifay United Methodist:
Oklahoma Street.
Yes Lord Deliverance
Church of God in Christ: 1229
Jackson Avenue in Chipley. Pas-
tor is David Woods Jr.
Winterville Assembly " of
-God: Dogwood, Lakes Road. Pas-
tor Mitch Johnson.
Wausau First Baptist: Hwy.
- 77.
Wausau United Methodist:
-Hwy. 77.
Sunny Hills Presbyterian:
3768 Country Club Blvd. Pastor
is the Rev. Ruth Hempel.
"' Sunny Hills First Baptist:
S1886 Sunny Hills Blvd. Pastor is
Mike Swingle.
Berean Baptist: 1438 Near-
ing Hills Road in Chipley. Shane
Skelton is pastor.
Bethlehem Baptist: Hwy.
.177. Pastor is Dr. Wesley Adams.
Gap Pond Free Will Baptist:
'1980 Gap Blvd. in Sunny Hills.
Pastor is Joe Register.
Shiloh Missionary Baptist:
3013 Moss Hill Road in Vernon.
'Pastor the Rev. Marcelious Wil-
lis Jr.
Evergreen Missionary Bap-
_ tist: Church, Westville.
Liberty: Creek Road in Ver-
non. Pastor is Dennis Boyett.
Blue Lake Baptist: Southeast
comer where I-10 and Highway
77 cross on the lake.
Country Oaks Baptist: 574
Buckhorn Blvd., 17 miles south-
, east of Chipley off Orange Hill
Road and Quail Hollow Blvd. Mi-
chael Vosbrink is pastor.
Chipley Church of Christ:
1295 Brickyard Road. Wes Webb
' is minister.
Abigail Free Will Baptist:
Dawkins Street in Vernon.
Hickory Hill Baptist: 1656
Hickory Hill Road (Hwy. 181 N),
Chipley First United Meth-
odist: 1285 Jackson Ave.
New Zion Baptist: Hwy. 177-
A north of Hwy. 2.
Open Pond United Pentecos-
tal: 1885 Hwy. 179-A, Westville.
Pastor is Ray Connell.
Bonifay Free Will Baptist:
Comer of Kansas Avenue and
Oklahoma Street. Pastor is Tim
Tabernacle of Praise Church
of God: Hwy. 77 South. Pastor is
Victor Fisher.
East Mt. Zion United Meth-
odist: Hwy. 173 N., 10 miles from
St. Luke African Methodist
Episcopal (AME): Jackson Com-
munity Road. Jerome J. Goodman
is pastor.
St. John AME: First and thigd
Sunday. Pastor Jerome J. Good-
Graceville Community:
1005 E. Prim Ave. Pastor Dale
Worley .
Mt. Ida Congregational
Methodist: Just off Hwy. 2 in
Holmes County's New Hope
community. Pastor is the Rev.
Tom Whiddon.

Little Rock Assembly of
God: Hwy. 173, six miles north of
Bonifay. Pastor is Josh Garner.
Chipley First Baptist: 1300
South Blvd. Pastor is Michael
Jerusalem Missionary Bap-
tist: 614 Bennett Drive, Chipley.
Price Wilson is pastor.
Wausau Pentecostal Holi-
ness: 2201 Pioneer Road. Pastor
is James Barwick.
Chipley First Baptist: 1300
South Blvd.
Live Oak Assembly of God:
Just off Hwy. 177-A north of Bon-
ifay. Pastor is the the Rev. Ken-
neth Martin.
Westville Assembly of God:
Hwy 181 North. Pastor is Lavon
.Pleasant Hill Free Will Bap-
tist: 1900 Pleasant Hill Rd.
Eastside Baptist: Hwy. 277,
Vernon United Methodist:
-Hwy. 79. Pastor is. John Kramer.
i,:, Cypress Creek, Community
C, church: 2.5 .miles west of Alford
at 1772 Macedonia Road. Pastor
is James Vickery.
West Bonifay Baptist: 609
W. Indiana Ave.
Bonnett Pond Community
Church: 2680 Bonnett Pond Rd.
between Wausau and Vernon. Pas-
tor is the Rev. Teddy Joe Bias.
Grace Lutheran: Hwy. 90
East, Bonifay. Interim pastor is
Jerry Conley.
Chipley First Free Will Bap-
tist: 1387 South Blvd. Pastor is
the Rev. Paul Smith.
Bethany Baptist: 10 miles
north of Bonifay on Hwy. 79. Pas-
tor is Ed Barley.
Shiloh Baptist: Church locat-
ed on Hwy. 277, three miles south
of Hwy. 90 in Chipley.
Trinity Pentecostal Taberna-
cle: Hwy. 77 between Sunny Hills
and Greenhead. Pastor is Larry
Wausau Assembly of God:
Hwy. 77. Pastor is Danny Bums.
The Potter's Hands: Green-
head at comer of Hwy. 77 and
Pine Log Road. Pastors are Rob-
ert and Sheila Smith.
Oakie Ridge Baptist: Comer
of Orange Hill and. Gilbert's Mill
roads, southeast of Chipley.
Blessed Trinity Catholic:
Hwy. 177-A in Bonifay.
Holmes Creek Baptist: Cope
Road northwest of Chipley.
Spirit-Filled Church of God
in Christ: 2128 Pate Pond Rd,
Caryville. Pastor is Elder Tony
New Hope United Methodist:
State Road 79 south of Vernon.
St. Joseph the Worker Cath-
olic: Hwy. 77 South, Chipley.
Church of God by Faith:
3012 Church St., Vernon. Pastor
is Elder T. Powell.
Holmes Valley Community
Church: 3550 Fanning Branch
Road, Vernon. Pastors Willis and
Drucile Hagan.
New Prospect Baptist: 761
New Prospect Road, Chipley.
Pastor is Kermit Soileau.
Piney Grove Free Will Bap-
tist: 1783 Piney Grove Rd, south
of Chipley. Pastor is Tim Owen.
Bethlehem United Methodist:
Hwy. 177, look for sign.
Sweet Gum Holiness: 105
Corbin Rd., Cottondale.
Red Hill United Methodist:
State Road 2, two miles west of
SR 79. Pastor is the Rev. Buddy
Cedar Grove United Meth-
odist: Two miles west of Miller's
Crossroads on Hwy. 2. Pastor is
John Hinkle.
New Bethel AME: Hwy. 90
in Bonifay. Pastor is Alice Hen-
St. Matthew's Episcopal:
Hwy. 90 West, Chipley. Vicar is

Ward S. Clarke.
Salem Free Will Baptist:
2555 Kynesville Road (Hwy. 276)
between Cottondale and Alford.
Pastor is Donnie Hussey.
Mt. Ararat Missionary Bap-
tist: 1233 Old Bonifay Rd., Chi-
pley. Pastor is Dr. H.G. McCol-
Bonifay First Baptist: 311
N. Waukesha. Shelley Chandler
is pastor.
Harris Chapel Holiness:
Eight miles north of Caryville on
Hwy. 179. Pastors are the Rev.
Norman and Judy Harris.
First United Pentecostal:
1816 Hwy. 90 W., Chipley. Pastor
is James Caudle.
Bonifay House of Prayer:
826 N. Caryville Rd. Pastor Dev-
on Richter.
Poplar Head United Meth-
odist: 1.5 miles north of Hwy. 2
on Hwy. 163.
Bonifay First Assembly: 116
Main St. Pastor is John Chance.
Faith Covenant Fellowship:
Hwy. 277 half-mile south of I-10.
East Pittman Freewill Bap-
tist: 1/2 mile north of Hwy 2 on
179. Pastor is Herman Sellers.
Grant Tabernacle AME: 577
Martin Luther King, Chipley. Pas-
tor is the 'Rev. Larry Brown.
New Hope Baptist: Intersec-
tion of Hwys. 2 and 179A.
St. Joseph AME: 1401 Mon-
roe Sheffield Rd., Chipley. Pastor
is the Rev. Roy Hudson
Leonia Baptist: Church is lo-
cated in northwest Holmes Coun-
ty. Pastor is Stacy Stafford.
Caryville Evangelistic Cen-
ter: Wright's Creek Road in
Caryville, just north of Hwy. 90.
Pastor is Wayne Brannon.
Hard Labor Creek Commu-
nity Church: 1705 Pioneer Road,
three miles east of caution light.
Pastor the Rev. George M. Rogers.
Johnson Temple First Born
Holiness: 793 Orange St., Chi-
New Bethany Assembly of
God: Shaky Joe Road just off
Hwy. 280 at Hinson's Crossroads.
Pastor is Leon Jenkins.
New Faith Temple: 841 Or-
ange Hill Rd. Evangelist Annie
Mt. Olive Assembly of God:
Hwy. 179-A off Hwy. 2. Pastor
Thomas Ealum Jr.
New Smyrna Church:
Adolph Whitaker Road six miles
north of Bonifay. Pastor is the
Rev. Michael Tadlock.
Lakeview United Methodist:
Hwy. 279 near Five Points, 1970
Lakeview Drive. Pastor Mike
Pleasant Grove United
Methodist: 2430 Shakey Joe
Road, near Hinson's Crossroads.
Pastor is Mike Weeks.
Chipley First Assembly of
God: 567 N. Main St. Pastor the
Rev. Dallas Pettis.
Northside Baptist: Intersec-
tion of Hwys. 81 and 90 in Ponce
de Leon. Pastor is Ken Harrison.
Church of God of Prophecy:
1386 W. Jackson Ave., Chipley.
Pastor is Ernest Dupree.
Christian Fellowship Cen-
ter: Monroe Sheffield Road, 10
miles south of Chipley off SR 77.
Pastor is Joseph W. Harmon.
McQueen's Temple FBC
of Living God: 5681 Hwy. 79
South, Vernon. Pastor is John 0.
New Life Fellowship: 695 5th
St., Chipley. Pastor Vince Spen-
Mt. Zion Independent Bap-
tist: Hwy 2, one mile west of
Hwy 79 in Esto. Pastor is Steve
Unity Baptist: 3274 River
Road, Hinson's Crossroads. Pas-
tor is Lindsey Martin.
Miracle Valley Spirit of Ho-

lines: 3754 Bunyon Drive, off
Hwy. 77 near Sunny Hills. Pastor
W.D. King.
Smith Chapel Assembly of
God: 2549 Smith Chapel Road,
just off Hwy. 177-A. Pastor is
George Stafford.
Orange Hill United Method-
ist: Sunday Road off Orange Hill
Road. Pastor is Ron Alderman.
Otter Creek United Method-
ist: North of Ponce de Leon off
Hwy. 81 (look for sign).
Poplar Head Independent
Free Will Baptist: Poplar Head
Road. Pastor is the Rev. James
Sand Hills Baptist: 6758
Hwy. 77. Pastor is T. Keith Gann.
Lovewood Free Will Baptist:
1745 Lovewood Road, Cotton-
dale. Pastor is Henry Matthews.
Courts of Praise: 1720 Clay-
ton Road, Chipley. Pastor is Rick
Faith Assembly of God:
Underwood Road. behind Poplar
Springs School. Pastor is Charles
St. Matthew's Missionary
Baptist: 4156 St. Matthew's
Road, Caryville. Pastor is the Rev.
James Johns.
Holyneck Missionary Bap-
tist: 3395 Cemetery Lane, Camp-
bellton. Pastor is Richard Peter-
son Sr.
Family Worship Center: 531
Rock Hill Church Road.
Sunny Hills Chapel: 4283
Hwy. 77. Pastor is William E.
Bonifay Seventh Day Adven-
tist: 604 Mathusek St. Pastor is
Jeff Westberg.
Northwest Florida Christian
Church: 4465 Hwy. 77.
New Concord Free Will Bap-
tist: James Paulk Road off Hwy.
177. Pastor James Carnley.
Amazing Grace Faith Fel-
lowship Assembly: 3253 Hwy. 2.
Pastor is Bobby Tidwell.
Mt. Pleasant Assembly of
God: Hwy. 179-A, eight miles
north of Westville. Pastor is Terry
A. Broome.
Beulah Anna Baptist:
Coursey Road a half-mile off
Hwy. 81. Pastor is David Hidle.
Poplar Springs Baptist: 1098
Lovewood Road, Graceville. Pas-
tor John Howell.
Union Hill Baptist: Hwy.
177, a mile south of Hwy. 2. Pas-
tor is Maurice Jenkins.
New Effort Church: New Ef-
fort Church Road, Bonifay. Pastor
is Brent Jones.
Bonifay Church of God:
Brock Ave. Pastor is Clyde Ford.
True Holiness Pentecostal:
5099 Little Rock Circle, Ebro.
Pastor is Louis D. Brown.
Turning Point First United
Pentecostal: Hwy. 90 West, Chi-
pley. Pastor is James Caudle.
New Orange Baptist: 782 Al-
ford Road. Pastor is Alcus Brock.
Ebro Assembly of God: Hwy.
79 South. Pastor is Lloyd Lykins.
The Word Church: 335 Al-
ford Road, Cottondale. Pastors
are Buddy and Jeanne Steele.
Caryville Baptist: 4217 Old
Bonifay Road. Pastor is Aubrey
Third United Holiness: 608
West 8th Ave., Graceville. Pastor
is Arthur Fulton.
Grace & Glory Worship
Center: 1328 Railroad Ave., Chi-
pley. Pastor is Debbie Williams.
House of Prayer Worship
Center: 763 West Blvd. Pastor is
Anthony B. McKinnie.
Noma Baptist: Hwy. 175
north of Hwy. 2.
New Beginning Baptist: 1049
Sanders Ave., Graceville. Pastor
is Rudolph Dickens.
Northwest Florida Christian
Church: 4465 Hwy. 77 (meets
Sunday at 6 p.m. for Bible study).

Pastor is Fred King.
Moss Hill Church: Second
and fourth Sundays, 2 p.m.. Off
Hwy. 279.
Graceville First Assembly of
God: 5565 Brown Street. Pastor
is Charles Jackson.
Esto First Baptist: 1050 N
Hwy 79. Pastor is Ryan Begue.
Cornerstone Harvest Out-
reach: Corner of Reno and Fan-
ning Branch, Vernon. Pastors are
Willis and Drucile Hagan.
Cords of Love Assembly of
God: 2060 Bethlehem Road, off
Hwy. 276, in the Kynesville area.

Pastor is Jerry Sanford.
Carmel Assembly of God:
County Road 160 in the Bethle-
hem Community. Pastor is Tom-
my Moore.
Vernon Assembly of God
Church: 3349 McFatter Avenue.
Pastor is the Rev. Wesley Hall
First United Pentecostal
Church: 2100 Highway 90 West,
Westville. Pastor Jason Camp-
Pine Hill Church: 1675 Rob-
ins Bridge Road. Bonifay. 32425.
Pastors: B.T. Owens and James

The, father's role has changed over the past few decades
and the good father in today's society must wear many hats.
We no longer think of today's family as a father that just works"
outside the home and thp mother as the one who manages the,
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both work outside of the home, and the father that shares .-
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A wins the love and admiration of his
family. A father requires nothing more.
from his children than their love, respect,
and their honest effort to be -the best
that they can be. Father's teach by
their example, and qualities such as
kindness, honesty, integrity and love of,
God and family, can all be passed down
.1 to their children. The love that fathers
have for their children is. a gift from God,.
and fathers who express their love to
their children are double blessed when
they hear their children say in return, "I
love you too, Dad."
As kind as a father is to his children, so kind is the Lord to
those who honor him.
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Prep Test Class No. 12
These students completed their Prep Test class at
Bonifay Nursing and Rehab Center in May. From
the left: Back row; Carrie Force, Cassandra Sullivan,
Chastity Senn, Ashley Metivier, and Tina Mathis.
Front row; Annabelle Hanyo, RN Instructor, Cigi Snell,
Jeneen Campbell Georgina Brown and Kim Finch, RN
Instructor. Not pictured Alexis Massaline and Bonnie

Pate 50th wedding anniversary
SMr. and Mrs. Joel Pate will celebrate their 50th Wedding
1 Anniversary on Sunday, July 1.
/ Their children invite all friends and relatives to share
i . " the occasion. A reception will be held at 2 p.m. at the Blue
, j- .' , Lake Community Center on Highway 77 south in Chipley.

Kirkland-Curry engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Ronel Kirkland of Lakeland and Katrina
Kirkland of Westville announce the engagement and
approaching marriage of their daughter, Frieda "Beth," to
Chadrick William Curry, son of Mr. arid Mrs. Gene Curry
of Etheridge, Tenn.
The bride-elect is the granddaughtdr9f Harvey and Sarah
Sewell of West- ille. the late ToniatiJones of Lakeland, and
the late Ronel E. Kirkland of Loughman. Beth attended
school in Lakeland and is a homemaker.
The prospective groom is the grandson of James and
Nettie Robertson of Stantonville, Tenn., Laru Curry, and
the late Eugene Curry, of Glendale.
Chad is a 1994 graduate of Harden County, Tennessee,
High School. He is employed by CSI in DeFuniak
The couple will exchange vows 2 p.m. July 7 at Hickory
Hills Baptist Church in Westville. A reception will follow
immediately. All friends and family are invited to attend.

Fun Day and
Possum Festival
A full day of musical
entertainment will be
available Saturday, Aug.
4, at the Possum Palace in
Wausau, the town that built a
weekend festival around the
humble possum. Activities
will include bluegrass music
by the Rivertown Girls of
Blountstown; country music
by The Webbs of Altha, and
picking with the Run'd Off
Band from Chipley.
The 38th annual Fun
Day and Possum Festival
will get underway Aug. 3
when arts and crafts set up
at noon. They will continue
to be available throughout
A Possum King and
Queen will be picked 7
p.m. Aug. 3. Beauty does
not count for this pageant
but fun does. Call Margaret
Riley at 850-638-1781 or
538-7888 for details.
Saturday's activitiesbegin
with a pancake breakfast
from 6-9 a.m. at the Wausau
Masonic Lodge in the


Herrell Robbins
Herrell Robbins, 71,
of Graceville died June
19 at Flowers Hospital in
Dothan, Ala. He was born
Feb. 1, 1936, in Covington
County, Ala., son of the late
Grady and Ruby Anderson
Robbins served his
country during the Vietnam
Era as a staff sergeant
with the U.S. Army Green
He earned a Bronze
Medal for Heroism for
"exceptionally valorous
actions" while at Special
Forces Camp A Shau,
Republic of Vietnam, a
Purple Heart for wounds
received in action, and
several other awards.
He was a member of
the Disabled American
Veterans and Harmony
Baptist Mission Church.
In addition to his parents,
he was preceded in death by
a son, Anthony Dale "Tony"
Robbins, a brother, Ferrell
Robbins, and a sister, Jeania
Survivors include two
daughters, Sheila Marie
Mehle of Havana and
Yulondia Michelle Shannon
of Chatahoochee; one
stepdaughter, Terri Cook of
Greenwood; two brothers,
Royice Robbins of Daytona
Beach and Robert Robbins
of Winston Salem, N.C.;
two grandchildren, three

stepgrandchildren, several
nieces, nephews and
Funeral was held June 22
at Harmony Baptist Mission
Church with the Revs.
Raymond O'Quinn and
Chris Bishop officiating.
Burial, with full military
honors presented by the
U.S. Army Green Berets,
followed in Damascus
Cemetery. James &
Lipford Funeral Home of
Graceville was in charge of
Memorials may be sent
to Harmony Baptist Mission
Church, P.O. Box 233,
Graceville. FL 32440.
Jimmie T. Mills
Jimmie T. "J.T." Mills,
73, of Marianna died June
20 0n Marianna. He was a
native of Chipley but had
lived in Marianna most of
his life.
He was preceded in death
by his wife, Bertha Mae
Lipford Mills.
Survivors include a
son, Hubert Earl Mills of
Marianna; a daughter, Joann
Peterson of Chipley, one
brother, James Roy Mills
of Cottondale; four sisters,
Lorene Lipford and Emira
Lipford, both of Marianna,
Marie Wiggins and Clotell
Brackin, both of Alford;
three grandchildren and two
Funeral was held June 22
at Salem Free Will Baptist

Church in Steel City with
Donnie Hussey and Donnie
Peacock officiating.
Burial was in the
church cemetery with
James & Sikes Funeral
Home, Maddox Chapel of
Marianna, directing.
Daisy Edna Tate
Daisy Edna Tate, 71, of
Westville died June 10 at
Wiregrass Medical Center
following an extended
She was one of 13
children, and was a member
of the Reedy Assembly of
God Church.
Survivors include her
husband, Jim Tate; four
sons, Noah Ronald Tate and
wife,Kathy, of Geneva,Ala.,
Stanley A. Tate and wife,
Tisha, Stephen B. Tate and
wife, Gail, all of Westville,
and Donald Edward Tate
and wife, Kim, of Ponce de
Leon; two brothers, R.V.
Mims and Leonard Mims;
five sisters, Dahlie Clark,
Blanch Brock, Willene
Boyd, Bamer Thomas and
Rethia Nell Ellenburg; 11
grandchildren, 10 great-
Services were held June
12 in the funeral home chapel
with the Revs. Kenneth
Bradley, Tim Harrison and
James Wingard officiating.
Burial was in Poplar
Head Cemetery with
Pittman Funeral Home of
Geneva directing.

downtown area. Pancakes
will be $4 per plate.
The Possum Trot 5K
Run/Walk will begin at 7:30
a.m. There also will be a one
mile fun run/walk. Those
interested should call Frank
or Carol at 850-773-2030.
The big parade will begin
at 10 a.m. in downtown
Wausau. Anyone can march.
There's no registration
necessary...just be there
for the line up. For more
information, call Margaret
Riley at 850-638-1781.
The town's volunteer
fire department will sell
barbecue pork plates and/or
Registration will begin
at 5:30 p.m. for a "Show
& Shine Car Show"
featuring tractors, cars and
Local Boy Scouts will
participate in a flag raising
ceremony at noon in the
Possum Palace. The world
famous possum auction will
follow, along with special


Clint and Alice Pate of Chipley announce the engagement"
and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Hannah Marie,
to Shannon Corbett O'Steen, son of Jimmy and Margie
Gramlin of Chipley and Don and Brenda O'Steen of Ponce
de Leon.
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Joel and Shirley
Pate, the late Paul Graham, and the late Loise Graham of
Hannah is a 2005 graduate of Chipley High School,
and a 2007 graduate of Chipola College. She is currently:
employed by a local restaurant, and will continue her
education at Florida State University in the fall.
The prospective bridegroom is the grandson of Etha:
Bush and the late Bruner Bush of Chipley, Ulysse and Jane
Sikes, and the late George O'Steen of Ponce de Leon.
Shannon attended Chipola College after graduating from
Chipley High School in 2003. He is currently employed'
with a local contractor.
The wedding will take place 6 p.m. July 21 at First
Baptist Church in Chipley.
A reception will follow at the National Guard Armory in,
Chipley. All friends and family are invited to attend.

Submitted photo,
TDC makes award
Hazel Harcus, president of Holmes County Historical
Society, receives a $500 incentive award from the Holmes-
County Tourist Development Council. The money will,
be used to help defray the expenses incurred for signs-
directing tourists and local visitors to the historical
marker honoring Laura Ingalls.

Bret L. Other
Performs the most refractive vision correction)
surgery in the area and has the most experience.
Trusted by nurses and doctors for their ,
own refractive surgery. __
Received training at one of the leading training J
programs in the U.S. V
Performs refractive surgery as a major portion of
his practice not as a sideline.
Received advanced instruction in LASIK from .O
the most recognized leaders in the U.S. -
Performed the area's first Laser Vision Correction
and thousands of refractive procedures since.
Performs a thorough examination and evaluation of _
your eyes to ensure the best possible results.
Has been performing LASIK in Bay County
for over 10 years.
Is part of a complete eye care group with doctors
who all live in the community and are locally
available at all times for emergency eye care.

You owe it to your eyesight to get the facts... and the most
experienced refractive surgeon in the area. Dr. Fisher's
extensive training and experience allow him to offer the
latest procedures and techniques in laser eye surgery. If
you are Nearsighted, Farsighted or have Astigmatism, call
today for a FREE evaluation or to set up a one-on-one M',.
consultation with Dr. Fisher and start
seeing what you've been missing. BretL.Fisher,M.D.


of North Florida

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Prep Test Class No. 11 at BNRC
These students completed their Prep Test class from
Bonifay Nursing and Rehab Center in April. From the
left: back row; Kathy Roberts RN, Instructor, Danielle
Lopez, Jessica Best, Tiara Brown, and Melissa Watford,
RN Instructor. Front row; June Dixon, Erica Hickman,
Latecia Ward, and Victoria Pittman.

Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser * Wednesday, June 27, 2007 * 9B 0


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FLORIDA PROBATE please call (800) 955-9771 U COURT
CODE WILL BE FOREVER (TDD) or (800) 955-8770 according to the Plat IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
BARRED. (voice), via Florida Relay thereof, recorded in Plat OF THE FOURTEENTH
ANNOUNCEME MS FORTH ABOVE, ANY Law Offices of Daniel C. County, Florida COUNTY, FLORIDA.
1100 .- Legal . CLAIM FILED TWO (2) C o n s u e g r a CASE#07-063.
1100- Legal Advertising YEARS OR MORE AFTER 9204 King Palm Drive And in a separate sale:
1110-Classified Notices THE DECEDENT'S DATE Tampa, FL 33619-1328 IN RE: Estate ROBFRTA
11o20- Public Notlces/ OF DEATH IS BARRED. Tel (813) 915-8660 Lot 9, Block 13, SUNNY ENCE ROBERTA
Announcements Fax (813) 915-0559 HILLS UNIT ONE, accord- BURKHOLDER,
1140 - Happy Ads The date of first publica- Attorney for Plaintiff ing to the Plat thereof, re- Deceased.
1150 - Personals tion of this notice is June As published in the Wash- corded in Plat Book 2,
1160 - Lost 20, 2007. ington County News June Page 9, Public Records of NOTICE TO CREDITORS
1170 - Found 20, 27, 2007 Washington County, Flor-
Attorney for Personal Rep- Ida The administration of the
resentative: estate of Florence Roberta
42�E71 CHARLES D. WALLER, Lot 18, Block 6, SUNNY Burkholder, deceased,
fl Esquire HILLS UNITE ONE, ac- File Number
11OO_ Attorney for ARUNAS cording to the Plat thereof, 67-07-CP-063, is pending
GRIGALAUSKAS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT recorded in Plat Book 2, in the Circuit Court for
ADVERTISEMENT FOR Florida Bar No. 132850 OF THE FOURTEENTH Page 9, Public Records of Washington County, Flor-
ID S 3838 Meridian Avenue JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Washington County, Flor- ida, Probate Division, the
BIDS Post Office Box 1668 FLORIDA, IN AND FOR ida address of which is Wash-
WASHINGTON COUNTY Dade City, FL 33526 WASHINGTON COUNTY ington County Court-
COMMISHINGTOSION COUNTelephone: (352)567-4690 CIVIL ACTION pursuant to the Default Fi- house, PO.Box 647, Chip-
COMMISSION Telephone (352)5674690 nal Judgment of Foreclo- ley, Florida 32428. The
Separate sealed BIDS for Personal Representative: ACTION NO.: 67-07-CA sure entered on June 1, names and address of the
WASHINGTON COUNTY ARUNAS GRIGALAUSKAS 093 2007, in the above-styled personal representative
COURTHOUSE SECU- 70 Frye Street JUDGE: Allen L. Register action, and the personal
RITY IMPROVEMENTS will Marlboro, Massachusetts Any person claiming an representative's attorney
be received by the Wash- 07052 ROBERT L. SCHWEIGER, interest in surplus funds, are set forth below.
ington County Board of As published in the Wash- Plaintiff, other than the property
County Commissioners at ington County News June, owner as of the date All credit other pdece-
the Washington County 20, 27, 2007. lis pendens, must file a dent and other persons
the Washdm inistrative Office until , claim within 60 days after having claims or demands
Administrative Office until LAND TECHNOLOGY the sale. against decedent's estate,
3:00pm (CST), July 12,bidders will be LLC, etc., et al., including unmatured, con-
2006. The bidders will be Defendants. WITNESS my hand and tingent or unliquidated
required to present their the official seal of said claims, on whom a copy
bids with formal presenta- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT NOTICE OF FORECLO- Court, this 1 day of June, of this notice is served
tions to the Washington OF THE FOURTEENTH SURE SALE 2007. must file their claims with
County Board of County JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF PURSUANT TO FLA. Unda Cook, Clerk of the this court WITHIN THE
Commissioners at the July THE STATE OF FLORIDA, STAT. CHAPTER 45 Circuit Court LATER OF THREE
26, 2007 meeting and will IN AND FOR WASHING- By: K. McDaniel MONTHS AFTER THE
be scheduled to begin at TON COUNTY Notice is hereby given that Deputy Clerk DATE OF THE FIRST
Cook, Clerk of the Court Copies furnished to: NOTICE OF THIRTY DAYS
The bidding process will CASE NO. 07 CA 258 of Washington County, Marc S. Teplitz, Esq. AFTER THE DATE OF
include a mandatory pre- Florida, will, on July 17, Land Technology LLC SERVICE OF A COPY OF
bid conference on June CITIFINANCIAL EQUITY 2007, at 11:00 o'clock Joseph Greene THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
29, 2007 at 8:30am, lo- SERVICES, INC., a.m., at the Front steps of
cated at the Washington Plaintiff, the Washington County Notice to Persons with All other creditors of the
County Courthouse, 1293 Courthouse, 1293 Jack- Disabilities decedent and other per-
Jackson Ave., Chipley, FL vs. son Ave, Building 100, NOTICE: if you are a per- sons having claims or de-
32428. Chipley, Florida, offer for son with a disability who mands against the
BARNEY L. MCCOSH; sale and sell at public out- needs any accommoda- decedent's estate, includ-
The CONTRACT DOCU- THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE cry to the highest and best tion in order to participate ing unmatured, contingent
MENTS include all perti- OF BARNEY L. MCCOSH; bidder for cash, the follow- in this proceeding, you or unliquidated claims,
nent attachments neces- BILLIE MCCOSH; IF LIV- ing described of property are entitled, at no cost to must file their claims with
sary in order for bidders to ING, INCLUDING ANY situated in WASHINGTON you, to the provision of this court WITHIN THREE
properly respond. The UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF County, Florida, to-wit: certain assistance. Please MONTHS AFTER THE
documents may be exam- SAID DEFENDANT(S), IF contact (850) 638-6285, DATE OF THE FIRST
ined at the following loca- REMARRIED, AND IF DE- Lot 7, Block 65, SUNNY within 2 working days of PUBLICATION OF THIS
tons: CEASED, THE RESPEC- HILLS UNIT ONE, accord- your receipt of this Sum- NOTICE.
TIVE UNKNOWN HEIRS, ing to the Plat thereof, re- mons; if you are hearing
Washington County Ad- DEVISEES, GRANTEES, corded in Plat Book 2, or voice impaired, call ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
ministrative Office, 1331 ASSIGNEES, CREDI- Page 9, Public Records of 1-800-955-8771. FILED WILL BE FOREVER
South Blvd. Chipley, FL TORS, LIENORS, AND Washington County, Flor- As published in the Wash- BARRED.
32428. TRUSTEES, AND ALL ida ington County News June
OTHER PERSONS 20, 27, 2007. The date of first publica-
Copies of the CONTRACT CLAIMING BY, Lots 7 and 8, Block 13, tion of this Notice is June
trained at the following o10- AGAINST THE NAMED
cations upon payment of DEFENDANT(S); UN-
$50.00 for each set KNOWN TENANT #1; . .
(Non-refundable). UNKNOWN TENANT #2;
Washington County Ad-
ministrative Office, 1331 NOTICE OF ACTION
South Blvd. Chipley, FL TO: BARNEY L.
The Board reserves the BARNEY L. MCCOSH;
right to waive informalities BILLIE MCCOSH; IF LIV-
in any bid, to accept ING, INCLUDING ANY
and/or reject any or all UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
bids on the whole or in SAID DEFENDANT(S), IF
part with just cause, and REMARRIED, AND IF DE-
to accept the bid that in CEASED, THE RESPEC-
their judgment will be in TIVE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
the best interest of Wash- DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ington County. ASSIGNEES, CREDI-
As published in the Wash- TORS, LIENORS, AND
ington County News June TRUSTEES, AND ALL
20, 27, July 04, 2007 OTHER PERSONS I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Whose residence are/is
FOR WASHINGTON uko en. c ae
IN RE: ESTATE OF quired to file your answer
or written defenses, if any,
POVILAS GRI- in the above proceeding
GALAUSKAS with the Clerk of this
GADeceAUSKASed Court, and to serve a copy

NOTICE TO CREDITORS attorney, whose name anda d
address appears hereon,

estate Dof POVLA first publication of this No-
GRIGALAUSKAS de- tice, the nature of this pro-
eaLUwhose'date of ceeding being a suit for
death was December 23, ure of mortgage
2006, is pending in theagainst the following de-
Circuit ourt for Washing- scribed property, to wit:

Circu|t DAuHfrV W O RK
ton County, Florida, Pro-LOT8 BLOCK 189 OF
bate Division, the address SUNNY HILLS UNIT
of which is 1293 Jackson FOUR A SUBDIVISION
32428. The names andPATC THEREOFHE
addresses of the personal CORDED IN PLAT BOOK
representative and the OPAGCES 4- 8,IOF THE
personal representative's U2C PAGES 42-48, OFTHE
attorney are set forth be- WASHINGTON COUNTY,
All creditors of the dece- AA S H IN
dent and other persons K/A
having claims or demands 1759 SALEM DRIVE WA I
against decedent estate CHIPLEY, FL 32428
on whom a copy of this
notice is required to be If you fail to file your an-
served must file their swer or written defenses
isN th LATER cou in ntheabove proceeding,

LICATION OF THIS NO- against you for the relief
THE DATE OF SERVICE plaint or Petition. (5
NOTICE ON THEM. County this 11 day of
All other creditors of the June, 2007. HL
sBy K McDaniel LM I
mands against decedent's Deputy Clerk
estate must file their py le

W IHih MONTHSAF In accordance with the T IM E S -I
FIRST PUBLICATION OF Act needing a special acconm-
THIS NOTICE. modation to participate in
ALL CAIM NT FED this proceeding should
ADS SETIFRTH IFILEC contact theASACoordina-
ings. If hearing impaired,


1t THE


| 1100 1100 1100
GINA BURKHOLDER 279/280 Caryville, FI. 3429 range w/2 open burners,
PERSONAL REPRESENT Spool Mill Rd. Rd. Vernon, and a 24" grill fry top oven.
PERSONALREPRESENT- Fl. 32462, (850) 535-1356 The winning bid must take
ATIVE.will sell or otherwise dis- delivery within 5 working
THAYER M. MARTS pose of the below listed days, the winning bidder PET&AN41MA
ATTORNEY FOR PER- storage units to satisfy will be responsible for dis- 2100 - Pets
SONAL REPRESENTA- rental liens. Said sale or connecting and removing 2110 - Pets: Free to
SONAL REPRESENTA- disposal will take place on the range. Good Home
LAW OFFICE OF THAYER July 9, 2007 at STOR-IT 2120 - Pet Supplies
M. MARTS RO.BOX 6366 STORAGE BUILDINGS. Written bids will be ac- 213 upplarm Animals/
MARANNA, FLORDA 66 Unit contents may be re- cepted at the Ebro Town 2140 - Pets/Livestock
32447 deemed by the owner Hall beginning Wednes- Wanted
(850) 526-2119447 prior to sale "CASH ONLY" day June 27, 2007 until
BAR #0143045 STOR-IT STORAGE Thursday July, 5, 2007. If
As published in the Wash- BUILDINGS reserves the you have any questions
ington County News June right to dispose of the you may contact the clerk 2100
27, 2007 and July4, 2007. contents in any manor at 850-535-2842 during 210
necessary and reserves regular office hours.
9the right to cancel sale As published in the Wash- Chocolate lab, green
without notice and to ac- ington County News June eyes, 12 weeks old,
cept or not accept any 27,30, July 4, 2007. $5000.but mom Dad gi not.
LEGAL ADVERTISE- offers to purchase. All 850-547-5295 is not.
MENT items will be sold in "AS-8505475295
IS" condition and are de--
The Washington County scribed as household a Full blooded male Choc
School Board is bidding goods, tools, furniture, gola te Lab, 1 yr, neutered,
petroleum products nec- clothing and other misc.. | 1110 100, Registered female
essary for the operation of items in the following Rat Teierer, 1 yr, $120.
county-owned buses and units: Tie 1 $2
vehicles effective July 15, A-3 Ancil Bryant, A-8 Chris COLOR SELLS! 260-2308; 596-1802
2007-June 30, 2010. Bid Wise, B-1 Tammy Smith, 6 Get Your Classified
forms and specifications and 7 D Lena Hall. Ad In Miniature Schnoodles
may be picked up at the Donna Hawkins-Property COLOR!. a nd D oxiepoos for saodle.
Superintendent's Office, Manager-Stor-It Storage Call now for detaIls First shots and H/C pro-sale.
652 Third Street, Chipley, Buildings. and be noticed! vided. Non-sandheddingro-
Florida, 32428, any time As published in the Wash- 638-0212 company . on dogs.
Monday through Thurs- ington County News June or $350.00. 638-7772 ogs.
day, 7:00 a.m. until 4:00 20, 27, 2007 547-9414 $350.00.638-7772
y p.m.
Bids are to be sealed and
marked "Bid on Petroleum
Products-Bid #06-19", and Tharp & Sons Mini Stor- / -
delivered or mailed to the age in Chipley, will hold i
Superintendent's Office on either a private or public
T or before July 9, 2007, at sale due to nonpayment 1120
9:00 a.m. Bids will be of rent. This is in accord-
opened at this time and ance with the FI. Statue 83
F formally presented for Law. No checks will be ac- Bonlfay Seventh Day Ad-
SBoard action at the regular cepted, only money ventist church will host a M| CHANDISE
meeting of the Board at orders. Tenants will have prayer vigil June 27 "'-
5:30 p.m., Monday, July 9, until July 5, 2007 to pay in through July 7 for the 3100 - Antiques
2007. full. Global (latter) Rain. The 310 - Arts & Crppances
1- 1. Clauden Henry church will be open every 3130 - Auctions
The Washington County Chipley, Fl. night from 6 to 7 p.m. Eve- 3140 - Baby Items
District School Board re- 2. Katie Dixon ryone is welcome who 3150 - Building Supplies
serves the right to reject Chipley, Fl. wishes to participate. The 3160 - Eusinessnt
any and all bids and to 3. Betty Watford gospel sing will be June 3170 - Collectibles
waiver any informality in Chipley, Fl. 30 at 6:30 p.m. Public in- 3180 -Computers
w bids when such action is 4. Misty Jastrebski vited. 3200 - Electronics
in its interest. Niceville, Fl. 3210 - Free Pass it On
E As published in the Wash- 5. Sandra Foxworth 3220 - Furniture
T ington County News June Loganville, Ga. 30052 3230 - Garage/Yard Sales
20, 23, 27, 30, 2007. 6. Unknown d h 3250 - Good Things to Eat
As published in the Wash- - 3260 - Health & Fitness
ington County News June 1[1SO 3270 - Jewelry/Clothing
20, 27, 2007 3280 - Machinery/
NOTICE OF PUBLIC Missing Small black 3290 - Medical Equipment
SALE. Under Fla. State and white male cat in 3300- Miscellaneous
Law Section The Town of Ebro will be Prosperity area. He is 3320 - Plants & Shrubs/
83.801-83.809, Stor-It accepting bids for a Com- sick and needs his Supplies
Storage Buildings located merclal Vulcan Gas Range medication. Reward 3330 - Restaurant/Hotel
at intersection State Road it is a 70's model 36" 850-956-4375 .... 3340 - Sporting Goods

S1inR * Washinatnn nlintv News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser * Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Auction Opry, Auction
Tuesday and Saturday
6:30. Music 4:30-6:30.
Live band, dance. Friday
night 7pm. Karaoke Thurs-
day 7pm.See ya'll at the
show! Maxie Yates Auc-
tion Company AB2343,
AU3017. Hwy 79, (Esto)

July 5, 2007
We will be moving to the
Graceville Tri-State Live-
stock Barn at 916 White
Ave, located off of Hwy 2
West in Graceville. You
may call Jerry Johnson at
850-258-5209 or
850-535-4006, or Marty
Caudill at 234-805-1358 or
334-886-2412 for more in-
formation. Our new phone
number for the barn will
be (850)263-0793. We will
have our first auction at
the new facility on July 5,
2007 starting at 5pm, mis-
cellaneous items and live-
stock at 7pm every Thurs-
day. Due to the changes
in the status of the Barn
we will be moving to
Graceville, Florida. We are
sorry for any problems
this will cause our custom-
ers. However, we will have
a better and larger facility.
We will have lots more
room for our miscellane-
ous items and livestock.
We hope we will be able
to unload and load our
customers faster. We will
continue to have our
Thursday auction at the
Marianna Barn until July 5,
2007 at which time we will
be in Graceville, Florida.

Movie Specials for Sum-
mer. All new releases on
Monday $3.50 (1 nite). Fri-
day & Saturday special
rent 3 new releases and
get free popcorn. Rent 4 &
get popcorn and a 2 Itr.
drink. 5 day rentals. Rent
1 children's movie & get 1
free. Great Selection.
Movie Depot, 309 S. Wau-
kesha. 547-3003

Portable Shed, 24x24,
$4500 OBO;
Pella Door, $150;
Dog Kennel,
6Hxl 2Wx24L;
Antique (Tiger Oak) piano,
$200 OBO
China Cabinet(Walnut);
$100 OBO;
Bedroom Set, white, 5
pieces, $150 OBO
Gazebo, 10x10, $100
Call 850-849-2568

Tanning Rooms at Movie
Depot open every day
Monday thru Saturday, 10
till 10 and Sunday, 12 till
10. Summer specials now.
Tan in comfort. 309 S.
Waukenha Bonifay FL
54-.1. 30i3

� lnR. W hinntnn CnHntv News/Holmes C0untv Times-Advertiser � Wednesday, June 27, 2007




SE3O I 41OO I 410
Howell Mini Warehouses Drivers
and new climate control Administrative
units. 309 S. Waukesha, Full-time Drive
Bonifay, FL 547-3684. Experienced Book- Arban and
keeper needed for CPA needs a trust
Wanted mobile home or office. Knowledge of driver. Must ha\
house in country, have Peachtree and Class A CDL ai
outside dog. Need imme- Quickbooks software a familiar wi
diately. 850-373-8946 must. Must be proficient in Panhandle an
Excel and MS Word. Ex- call Arban &
perience with payroll and from
payroll tax reporting. @850-836-436,
Please e-mail resume and General
3320 salary requirements to
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LLC Plants, trees and get paid
shrubs. Landscape de- Retail/dining
sign, landscape contract- Avon Representatives ments need ur
ing, irrigation systems, needed in Bonifay, Chip- clients to jud
1788 White Road, Bonifay, ley, Graceville, Wausau, customer servii
FL 32425 (Washington Vernon, Caryville, Ponce to $150. a
County) (850)638-1202; de Leon. Ask about (888)-523-1013
326-1500 mini-kit. 850-547-1640. Healthcare
Dwayne Atkins ISR Heathcare
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you looking f.
Drivers work environment
portunity for
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"It's A Life Style"! Make VISIT R.N. to c
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4100 - Help Wanted ' spend it. 20 drivers the Holmes/V
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,Come Join our growing
learn al North Florida Re-
nab & Nursing Cenlerl We
now .nave ihe following
positions available

WFRN Supervisor
r C&C Bookkeeping and Too Busy To Clean? Let For Rent first in Chipley,
Tax Service. Open 5 days me clean your home or Mini Warehouses. If you CNA
For Sale Lap top com- a week. 8am to 5pm. Call business. References don't have the room, "We
puter Compaq peresario (850)638-1483 available. 638-7756 Do" Lamar Townsend Maintenance Assistant
1200 internet access. (850)638-4539, north of
$400 (850)-547-5548 Townsends. Certified Occupationai
-------- ^iij^ ^^ ^Mini Storage in Chipley. Therapist Assistant
Headiners and Vinyl Carpentry, pressure All sizes for rent. We fur- Highly competitive pay &
FURNITURE Headliners and Vinyl Carpentry, pressure nish the lock. benefits. Great Environ-
W Tops Mobile Unit. I do the washing, lawn care, great (850)326-2399 mentI Please apply in per-
| 3220i __] work at your home or rates. (850)638-4492 (850)3262399 n at Sanders A
workplace. Reasonable son at 1083 Sanders Ave
B&B Furniture 1342 North rates on new vinyl tops J&J Cabinet Shop. For all nue Graceville, Flor-
RR Avenue, Chipley. We and auto carpeting. Free your kitchen cabinets and Mida-850-263-4447 or send
pay cash for clean, quality estimates. Call anytime, house repair needs. Call resume 1
furniture. 850-557-0211 or leave message. (850) James S. Howell (850) Home Maintenance Bath- hr.nflorida@hqmmail.com
850-415-6866. Ask for 638-7351 535-2839; 260-1619 rooms, decks, windows, Heathcare
Psc or Caron doors, and wood fencing.
SReally, no job too small. HOME HEALTH SCHED-
For Sale Lane white J&M Family Renovations. ULER- Our CHIPLEY
wicker loveseat, .good 535-7446 HomeCare Program is
shape, (no cushions) $35. j & W QUALITY TRIM Sod For Sale on the farm, seeking a Home Heallh
(850) 548-5045 Specializing in Interior delivered or installed. Cen- Scheduler to maintain
Trim; Crown Molding, tipede and 419 Bermuda. daily schedules for clinical
Furniture & Mattresses Light Framing, Remodel- West Florida Turf staff, data entry, filing and
Low, low, low overhead ing. Licensed/Insured. (8 5 0) 6 3 8 -4 8 6 0; other clerical duties. Quah-
guarantees low, low, low Free Estimates. John Mc- (850415-0385. Established Sewing Machine and Vac- fled candidate must have
prices. P&S Discount Fur- Donald (850) 638-2270 1980 uum Cleaner Repair, guar- computer experience as
pcs Dsoniture, Chipley. (Since SdododQaiyouanteed service on all well as general office ex.
1973)niture, Chipley (Since Sod Sod Sod Quality you makes and models. Free perience. License Prachi-
y1973) 850638-4311 can depend on. Irrigated, estimates. Western Auto, cal Nurse (LPN) preferred
. weed & pest controlled. 216 N. Waukesha, Bonifay. Homecare experience pre-
Furniture-Items including Centipede and St. Augus- 547-3910 ferred. Benefits are availa
tall gun cabinet, recliner, Taking applications for tine. Delivery and installa- ble. Interested candidates
end tables, stereo speak- full day & after school tion available. 8 miles SW Trinity Horse Farm horse may fax their resume to
ers, radio, round kitchen care. New daycare open- of Chipley for easy cus- boarding, good pastures, 850-638-1635, Attn: Me-
table. 535-4149 ing in August, downtown tomer hauling. Call any- run-in sheds. Chipley, FL. lissa Finch, Administrator
Vernon. (850)535-0401; time. Billy and Leola Brock www.trinityhorsefarm.com or may apply in person al
(850)272-8701 (850) 638-1202; 326-1500 (850)638-1082 NHC HomeCare, 15- 3
Hwy 90, Chipley, FI
32428. EOE/DFWP
23 r . - - ..- - -
Big Moving Sale
Friday, June 29, Saturday, iee ade Easier You
June 0.FurnitureWeve Made It Easier For You
dishes, clothes, toys,
shoes, etc. for benefit of A d
Student Ambassador TO l c
SeabronSmith. To Place Your Classified Ad!
on Pecan Street at 694. I
Time 7:00am-until.

Garage Sale open Thurs-
day, Friday and Saturday, (850) 638-0212 or (850) 547-9414
got a little bit of every th-
ing. 295 Jernigan Ave,
Bonifay. BYd

Inside Garage Sale-Each Chipley: 1364 N. Railroad Ave. * Bonifay: 112 E. Virginia Ave.
Saturday till all is gone.
Snapper Mower, antiques,
Christmas items, act. 753
S, 1st Street, P. 0. Box 627, Chipley, FL 32428

Moving SaleFA
nature, 6/2misc, items, I (850) 638-4601 or (850) 547-9418 I
dishes. Stay cool, it's IN-
SIDE the house 2562 Pio-
neer Rd., between Wau-* * E
sau & Vernon.
gSa Vrno I zanderson@chipleypaper.com I
Moving Sale. Diningroom
furniture , 8 chairs, hutch,
server, endtabes, hottub, Your ad will appear in three newspapers and on I
generator, 14ft boat,
trailer, with new tires , troll- I
ing motor 638-4266 the internet for one week.

Yard Sale-T.J.Roulac
School on Church St., Washington County News
Room 13. June 29 and 30,
7:am-until. Holmes County Times-Advertiser

Ii Weekly Advertiser

U-Pick Blueberries
Now open!
Open Monday-Saturday,
closed Sunday.
Bob & Linda Wells
2488 Hwy 277, Vernon.

DIRECTIONS: Clearly print one word per space. Minimum $6.50 order (20 words or less),
250 each additional word. Call for border and color rates.
)] Check Enclosed
Charge It L Visa L Master Card U Discover ( American Express

Hwy77 S, ChpleyFL "IF IT'S ROOFING, Fully Insured * Free Estimates
(850) 638-8183 WEDO IT" KimThomllasen Tree Removal
Hwy 177A,Bonifay, FL 35 Years Experience , Painting , mall Tract Harvesting I
(850)547-0726 in Tri-Co. Area Exterior/Interior Painting CipperPruning & Trmming
n 4Hours, lf Licensed and Insured Faux Finishing Aerial Truck, Bobcat Work 4
pen 24 Hours, el- ic 669 Decorative Painting Bus: 850.415.1217
Service, No Deposit, Lic. RC Ce S850.573.1270
eCell: 850,573,270
Units Are Carpeted 850) 638-8428 (850) 624-3220 Jason Morris, Owner

Grooming :-
Boutique Ad _.,, __'_' _ ,
, Grooming by: Y your _Ad_ ____l_ Your A L ^
SDENISE Here for i Ea Herefors
*15Years t 0 $9/week o 20 ors erence $9/week
xDogse&Cat 8 W eks Tree Removal 8 Weeks
SDogsU& Cats I " Min,mumr Srnmall Tract Harvesting ,Minmum.
SPick Up & , _ Trimming & Pruning
SDelivery ', BObcat Work
607 Hamlin Street B c ..rFully Insured- eeEstimat
Bonifay, FL 32425 . ' -- , ,
547-5594 547-5001 :>

Keith Armondi concrete
& Asphaft
, Complete Home APavtn

orA | dRepair, Inc, VS
Here for Drywall* Tile *Painting Construction, Inc.
$1 8/week Remodeling * Porches Sidewalks * Driveways
8 Weeks Dec * Barns, etc. Patios aBasketball Courts
M i imum 'l i Parking Lots
InI a I 30 Years Experience
SLicensed and insured FREE ESTIMATES
t , Vernon, FL
_ (*"850)1'47-2934 f. (850) 441.6100
(850) 47-2934 (904) 497-7377

S 3260 # E xp. 20 Words - 8 Weeks - One LOW Price!
Looking for used wheel- Name
chair. Call 850-773-7995 I
chair. Call850-773-7995 Address Washington County News

A;91I I City ST__ Zip I Holmes County Times-Advertiser
1 ,3280c Daytime PhoneEmailI Weekly Advertiser
For Sale-Commenical ytime Phone ------------Email_ ___--________
Scag mower walk behind.es d *Holiday deadlines subject to change. 638-0212 or 547-941 4
3500.00, asking 2700.00 Publisher reserves the right to edit, in part or whole, any advertisement considered objectionable. *Up to 20 words. Personal ads only, no dealers.
firm. Call 638-9871 L - - - - - I I

Have A Car, Truck, Van or Motorcycle You Are
Wanting To Sell? Check Out Our Wheel Deal.
We'll Run Your Ad In All Three Publications For


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Live-in caregiver needed
for ederly man, Bethlehem
area, housekeeping, meal
preparation, etc. Free
room & board, plus in-
come. 850-547-2096

Immediate opening for a
Nanny. Early afternoon &
evening hours. Please call
for appointment &
interview time.

Account Executive
The Advertising Sales Department of the Washington
County News and Holmes County Times-Advertiser
has a great opportunity for an aggressive salesper-
son. We will train the right individual to excel in a
sales career. A positive attitude and strong sales
skills will place you in this key sales position.
We offer a strong commission plan, mileage reim-
bursement and excellent company benefits that in-
cludes 401K, company pension plan, success shar-
ing, paid holiday, sick leave and vacation.
Send resume to Nicole Bareflield
Publisher, The Washington County News
PO. Box 627, Chipley, FL 32428
No phone calls please.
The Washington County News and
Holmes County-Times Advertiser is a
Drug-Free Workplace and
Equal Opportunity Employer.

7am D3pETA

to shop.
e quality Monday-Thursday
day. Callt
e. Earn up
day Call 326-1792 *

IT R.N.-Are Dr. Samuel Miller
or a great
.nt with on-




Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser *


Pre-School needs full time
experienced teacher. Call

Cosmetic Studio in
Graceville, Florida is need-
ing a experienced Nail
Technician. Please call
'between 9:00 a.m. and
6:00 p.m. (850) 263-0995

Immediate Opening
Licensed Physical Therapy
Assistant (PTA) starting sal-
ary $47,840. Competitive
salary and benefits. Please
fax resume to
| Hospitality

Country Club
*Needs to start Now*

FT/PT Exp. Une
Sat a must. Banquet &
Breakfast exp a +

*FT Pro Shop Attend-
ant. Exp a +

Please apply in person
Tues-Fri 10a-4p.
100 Country Club Dr.
Lynn Haven, FI 32444

Tri-County Community
Council, Inc., is accepting
applications for, the Head
Start Program. Great Ben-

Teacher - Plan and initiate
classroom activities ac-
cording to Head Start
Standards; Teacher
Assistant-Assist Teacher
in the daily activities.

Teacher-A.A. degree or
equivalent from a two-year
college. 3-6 months re-
lated experience or train-
ing; Teacher
Assistant-High School Di-
ploma (GED), 3-6 months
related experience.

Current driver's license
and proper vehicle insur-
ance coverage. Must com-
ply with health and back-
ground screening.

Applications may be ob-
tained from any Tri-County
Community Council, Inc.,
office and submitted by
Mconrday July 2. 2007; at
-1.?0 ip |T For ,r, normiTon
-and an application, call
Sharon Kent, Administra-
tive Manager (850)

'Successful applicant will
be subject to
Spre-ernployment drug test.
'Only qualified applicants
"will be considered.


Life Management Center

Energetic person needed to provide
case management svcs for adults
experiencing behavioral health
problems. Provides support to
individuals with behavioral health
disorders, assisting with community
integration and recovery. Bachelor's
degree from an accredited
university, with major course work
psychology, social work, health
education or a related human
. services field. Experience preferred.
Salary base: $24,370 & FT Benefits.

Job details, benefits & application
information is available on-line:
or apply in writing to:
525 E. 15th Street
Panama City, FL 32405
Pre-employment Drug &
Background screening required.
EOE/Drug Free Workplace


Want an exciting career?
Get paid while you learn.
M-F CNA Classes starting
July 9th. Come join the ex-
cellent team at North Flor-
ida Rehab & Nursing Cen-
ter. Competitive pay &
benefits. Please apply in
person at 1083 Sanders
Ave. Graceville, Florida,
850-263-4447. Deadline
for applications is July 3rd.


Healthy Families
Program Supervisor
Human Services profes-
sional to be responsible
for management and su-
pervision of a Healthy
Families Services team.
Position located in Chip-
ley, FL & may require
travel in Jackson, Cal-
houn, Washington, Liberty
& Holmes Counties. Posi-
tion requires minimum of
Bachelor's degree and 1
year exp. working with di-
verse families. Apply at
Habilitative Services at
4440 Putnam St., Mari-
anna. Application deadline
is 5:00 pm 7/06/07. Posi-
tion sponsored by Habili-
tative Services of North
Florida, Healthy Families
Florida, and the Depart-
ment of Children and
Families. EEO

Family Dollar Distribution Center

Insesding In The Future of Marianna

Positions include:
Bulk Order Fillers
Shipping Loaders
Starting pay: $11.75 for 2nd" shift, $11.00 for 1st shift
Plus New Incentive Pay for production.
Earn up to an additional $1.40/hr!
Potential is $13.15 for 2"' shift, $12.40 for 1" shift with
Otherpositions available including:
Maintenance - 2" and 3" shift

Benefits include:
* Weekly Pay Cycle
* Annual Merit Increases
* Paid Vacation, Holiday, and Sick Leave
* 401-k Savings and Retirement Plan
* Great Benefits Packages are Available

Shifts Available:
1" Shift - Mon.-Fri. 7a.m.-3:30 p.m.
2nd shift - Mon.-Fri. 5 p.m. - 1:30 a.m.
Please apply in person at:
Family Dollar Distribution Center
3949 Family Dollar Parkway
Marianna, Florida
Or at the local ONE STOP Career Center.

CHIPOLA COLLEGE is now accepting
applications for the following positions:
* Biology Instructor
* Senior Staff Assistant - Foundation
* Custodian
Eiology Instructor: Ph.D. in Biology or Bi-
ology subfield from a regionally accredited
college or university required. -Teachin expe-
rience at the college and/or high school level
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
Senior Staff Assistant-Foundation: As-
sociate's degree (A.A./A.S.) with business
or accounting curriculum and three eyars
progressive accounting or bookkeeping
experience, or equivalent combination of
education and experience required. Experi-
ence with investment account activity (e.g.,
stocks, bonds, mutual funds, etc.) and the
reconciliation of those accounts preferred.
Application Deadline: July 1 1, 2007
Custodian: High school diploma or equiva-
lent; or up to one month related experience
or training; or equivalent combination of edu-
cation and experience.
Application Deadline: July 11, 2007
Interested applicants should submit a letter
of application, a completed Chipola College
employment application (available from Hu-
man Resources); resume; references with
current addresses and telephone numbers;
and copies of college transcripts to:
Human Resources
3094 Indian Circle
Marianna, FL 32446
An Equal Opportunity Employer


Direct Care/Housekeeper
for 48 bed facility. Hours
are 11:30 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.
40 hours per wk.. Starting
pay of $7.75 an hour with
annual and sick leave
available. Call 547-3708
for more information.
Housekeeping Positions-
Now hiring dependable
housekeepers. Full and
Part-Time. Super 8 Motel,
Chipley. Apply within.
County Christian School.
Elementary Teacher.
ABeka curriculum. DVD
program. State or Chris-
tian Certification. Experi-
ence Preferred. Forward
resume: 1405 Brickyard
Road, Chipley, Florida
32428, 638-9227. Inter-
views begin July 5.

Want An Opportunity with
a growing company? Want
to work hard and be re-
warded for it? Reed Con-
crete and Construction,
Inc., in Bonifay would like
to talk with you.
Wanted someone to work
with horses, must be able
to travel within area,
meets the public well, has
valid driver license, able to
pull trailer. 850-547-3216

manager a( i a wa1n1ng1 youni pi nj in 1nif
ley, FL. The position will involve a great deal of or-
der entry and customer service. The candidate will
need to read. and interpret financial statements, as-
sist In the preparation of forecasts and budgets, co-
ordinate human resources and payroll data, perform
cash reconciliation and deposits and be a function-
ing member of the management team.

Position offers the'ability to make a productive Im-
pact in a positive work environment and features a
competitive pay and benefits package.

Florida Freedom Newspapers is a drug-free
workplace and equal opportunity employer.

Interested candidates should e-mail or fax their
resume and salary requirements to:
Joan Kirkland(llink.freedom.om. ,,
(850) 763-8049 or apply online at
www.emeraldcoast.com/employ app


Equal Opportunity Employer - Drug-free Workplace

handicap, familial status or
national origin, or an inten-
tion, to make any such pref-
erence, limitation or dis- COUNTRY REAL"
crimnationFamilial status ETTIE'S COUNTR REAL
includes children under the BETIE L. SLAY,BROKER
age of 18 living with parents "UnitedEeS B
or legal custodians, preg- - country (Florida & Alabama)
nant women and people s 205 E. North Ave., Bonifay, Florida 32425
curing custody of children 547-351
under18. (850) 547-3510
This newspaper will not REDUCED PRICES- 20 AC Custom 3 BR, 2 BA $255,000 - 10 AC
knowingly accept any adver- 4 BR, 2 BA Home $119,900 - River Getaway Bristol $59,900
tising for real estate which is - 3 AC 3 BR 2BA Home AL $79,900 - 2+ Acres $19,900 - 28
in violation of the law. Our Acres $164,000 - 4.55 AC 3 BR 2BA Pasture, Barn $110,000
readers are hereby informed - 2 BR Home, Hartford, AL $29,900 - 74 AC, 3BR, 2BA Home,
that all dwellings advertised ponds, pasture $350,000 - Liquor Store Business and Home
in this newspaper are availa- $319,000 - 1 Acre lots $16,500 * 3 BR, 2 BA on 1 Ac $55,900
ble on a equal opportunity - 19.5 Acres $97,500 - Sunny Hills Lots starting at $7,000
basis. To complain of dis- - 60 Acres $180,000 - 3 BR, 2 BA Home on 1+ Ac $149,900
crimination call HUD toll-free - 25 Acres Home & Apartment $239,900 - 1+ AC 2 BR Newer
at 1-800-669-9777. The
tollfree number for the hear- Home $109,900 - 54 Ac 3BR, 2BA Home $450,000 - Cus-
ing impaired is tom 3 BR, 2 BA Cedar Home $129,900 - 15 AC with financing
1-800-927-9275. $125,000 - 70 AC Hwy. 2 $420,000 - In Town 3 BR, 2 BA
$119,900 - Lakefront 4 BR, 2.5 BA Home on 3 Ac $265,000.
5--I Sn--

y, June 27, 2007 * 11B U

For Rent. 2BR/112BA. Apt. Bonlfay-Quiet . Mobile
Executive Office Space Require application. No 2BR cabin 1BA, no pets. Home Park. 3BR, $550,
for rent downtown Chip- pets. 638-1918 or $400 month, 1st, and last 1BR, $325. Call 547-4234.
ley. 638-1918 638-4478. month. Deposit required.
(850)326-2412. 8 miles The Park at 2350
South Bonifay 3BR/1BA $425
Graceland Manor Apart- 3BR/2BA $450
ments. Rental assistance 547-3746 or 956-2267
For Rent office space on 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms.
Bonifay. 204 N. Harvey Handicapped and
Etheridge Street. 800' sq. non-handicapped accessi-
Ft. 4 offices + CR. ble apartments. 850 * =
(850)548-5045 -263-4464, TDD/TTY 711.
(850)305-6202 5445 Brown Street, 6170'
Graceville, FL. Equal hous-
ing authority
2BR/1BA, 5 miles from
For rent store building on Caryville & Vernon. 7
Main Street downtown -imiles from Bonifay CH/A.ATEFORSAL
Chipley. Call RENTALS $400/mo., plus deposit.
(850)638-1918 40 Also trailer axles & tires 7100- Homes
for sale. 547-4411 7110 - Beach Home/
Publisher's 7120 - Commercial
.--7130 - Condof/ownhouse
Notice 7140 - Farms & Ranches
7150 - Lots and Acreage
manager All real estate advertising in 2BR very clean, mobile 7160 - Mobile Homes/Lots
this newspaper is subject to home. New carpet, CH/A, 7170 - Waterfront
ey, FL the Fair Housing Act which front and back deck, car- 7180 - Investment
makes it Illegal to advertise Property
ers Is seeking a hands-on "any preference, limitation or port, nice location, paved 7190 - Out-of-Town
take on the role of Office discrimination based on road. 638-7009 Real Estate
tln 'Count,, News in Chin.- race, color, religion, sex, 7200 - Timeshare

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ABSOLUTE AUCTION 10:30am Sat.June 30 1130+/-Acres
Chattanooga Tennessee Mountain Land Offered in parcels
90% financing IHiggenbothamn Aunctioneers M.I.
Higgenbotham, CAI FI. Lic# AUI305ABI58 (800)257-4161

Prime Real Estate, Carroll County, VA. Saturday. Juh 14th
Il:00AM- Log flHome, 54 +/- acres (6 Tracts), views,
pastureland. pond. Call (336)789-2926,
wws .rogersrealty.cott NCA[.#685, VAAL#'2.

Auction- 432+/- acres divided. Brick home, i'.mll Co., GA.,
Saturday, July 14, 10ani. Excellent cattle Farm, cultivatable
acres, pastures. timberland, cicek, homesites. 10%l3P, GAL
AU-C002594I (8(0)0123-83883. citell),ni 1nis.o.tn

ABSOLUTE AUCTION. 37 Acres Mixed-Use Development
Opportunity in Great Smoky Mountains. Sevier Counti, IN
Saturday, July 7, 10:30 AM IDT]; itww.Furrow.com 1-800-4-
FURROW. TN Lic, #62.

ABSOLUTE AUCTION- Baldwin(County, Alabama - French
Country Home. 61 acres, stables, near Perdido Bay, I wy 91 -
5 parcels, combinations - Jui 12, 1:00 p.mnt. - tauclions.con,
(800)996-2877 - Granger. Tlhagard & Associates, Inc. - Jack F.
Granger #873.

*Land Auction" 300 Props Must he Sold!
Low Down / E-Z Fintancing Free Catalog (866)554-3852
www.LANDAUCTION.com NRLL East:AB2509
Bulziuk:AU3448 Johnston:AU3449 Mauk:AU3447.

Business Opportunities

ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE Do you earn $800/day? 30
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BUSINESS TALENTS WANTED! Exciting new business
opportunity with CEO level income potential earning $200-
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Serious applicants call: (800)407-5807.

Can You Type 20WPM? U.S.A Intlrnet Based Compahy
needs Internet data-entry operators for immediate start. hitp./

Employment Services

Notice: Post Office Positions Now Available, Avg. Pay $20/
liour oir $57K iinniiall including Iecderaiil benefitss and O1l.
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ASAP! Drivers Needed $1000'weekly $0 Le.ise/$1,20pmt
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Part-time,ihome-hased Internet business. fuin$50(-$1000/
month or more. Flexible hours. Training provided. No invcst-
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RIGIll! Company Sponsoed CL('I training in 3 weeks. Must
be 21 1I ave C(DL? Tuition rcimbuisiseent! URST. (866)917-

Drivers - Exp. Car Haiulers, loin WAGGONERS! GUreal
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Call for Appt. in your area. (912)571-9668.

International Cultural Exchange Representative: Larn
suippleniental income placing and supervising high school
exclihaniLe students. Volunteer host families also needed. ProI
mote woilid peace! (866()GO-A, HtI') or wvw\v.itac.org.

Driver- CLASS-A CDI) DRIVERS- NowI firing. TR &
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Driver-BYNII;M TRANSPORT needs qualiiied drivers liI
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Our top driver made $54,780 in 2006 running our Florida
region. H-lome wvceklk and during the week! Blue Cross/Blue
Shield! I Year OTR experience required. HEARTLAND EX-
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Homes For Rent

Annual recital homes inth heart ofCentia Florida. Beautitfu
waterliront communities with resort amenities, social events
and on-site activities. Call (800)887-8301 or visit
iw w.Eqitvil.i lest le.com.

Never Rent Again! Biy,i4BR/2BA $11 ,700! ntly $199/Mo!
2/BR $11,900! 5% down 20yeas 8%o. IHUD Homes Avail-
able! For listings (800)366-9783 Ext 5796.

3BR/2IA Foreclosure! $20.000! Only $199/Mo! 5% down
2011 ears i) 8% apr. Buy 6iBR$215/Mo! For listings (800)366-
9783 Ext 5798.

4/BR Foreclosure $14,900! 5BRI3BA Only $28,000 ! Stop
Renting! More Homes Available from $10,000! FO Listings
(800)366-9783 Exi 5669.

HUlit 1i) HO ! 4131HA 311 $l''nmo! 51'R 3BA 1otieclost.e!
$405/mol Stop Renting! 5%. d\w, 20 \rs (i 8"/ apr. For listings
(800)366-9783 exl 5853.

Homes For Sale

Palm Harbor Homes 30th Anniversary Sale! Huge Dis-
counts, Easy Financing. 0% Down when you own your land.
Hurry while this offer lasts!!! (800)622-2832.


TORS SCHOOL 30.000+ Trained, 350-Acre Facility. Job
Placement Assistance, Nationally Accredited, VA & DANTES
www.truckschool.coin - s ww eartlinmoverschool.com
(800)488-7364. ORANGE PARK, FL.

EMPLOYMENT: Bulldozers. Backhoes. Loaders. Dunmp
Trucks, Graders, Scrapers, Excavators; National Certification,
Job Placement Assistance: Associated Training Seivices
(8001251-3274 www.equipmentoperator.com.

lleavy Equipment Operator CERTIFIED. Hands on Train-
ing. Job Placement Assistance. Call Toll Free (866)933-1575.
Trail, Lecanto, Florida, 34461.

AMERICA'S DRIVING ACADEMY!! Start ) our driving
caiee today ! Offering courses in CDIL A. Low tuition fee!
Many payment options! No registration tee! (888)899-5910

Lots & Acreage

South ( Cenral Horida iLAKE LOT SAL1E! Lake Access-
$79.900 ( was $199.900) 11iake View- $124,900 (was $224,900)
.akelfronii- $299,900 (was $39.09100). Owner sai)s "SELI!" 1
to 3 acre lake properties reduced $100.0001 . Gated conuniu-
nit), water sewer, paved ids, u/g itils. Excellent financing.s
Call now (866)352-2241, x. 204o.

GIL CHRIST CTY - 5 Acre Estate Propeities Only $89,000.
Homes Only. On Alachua Ctty Line. COLU MBIA CTY - 20-
80 Ac. laiudwoods, Plantation pines,. Creek. lHomesiles or
Shifting $6,2(10/Acre. 1/2 Acre I lomes Only. $40.000 Owner
Financing Available. LAFAYEl ITE C I'Y - 10-340 Actis.
Iow as $'6,2(00Acrc. Scattered I lildwoods. 'aved Road I lighl
& Diy. (8s10)294-2331, sxt.. 1585 7 dai s 7,iun-7pui A Bai Sales


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So. Colorado Ranch Sale 35 Acres- S36.900 Spectacular
Rock3 Mountain Views Year round access, elec tele in-
cluded. Come for the weekend. stay for a lifetime. Excellent
financing available w,' low down payment. Call Red Creek
Land Co. today! (866)696-5263 x 2682.

LINA MTS FREE Color Brochure & Information MOUN-
TAIN PROPERTIES with Spectacular views, Homes, Cabins,
Creeks, & Investment acreage. CHEROKEE MOUNTAIN
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for free brochure (800)841-5868.

Mountain Lifestyle Group now opening 2 GATED commu-
nities in the high counter of Western North Carolina. Lots
starting at $26,000 (866)378-4769.

reduced prices! Marshfront lots from $179.900. Dockable
Waterfront lots from $249,900. Located in Beaufort. SC. Pre-
mier location & neighborhood. All lots have central water,
setter & underground utilities. Call: (888)279-4741.

MENTS FOR 2 YEARS Gated Lakefront Community of the
NC Blue Ridge Mtns. All Dockable 90 miles of Shoreline start
$99,000. Call Now (800)709-LAKE.

Riverfront homesite on beautiful Tuckasegee River in the
Blue Ridge Mountains of NC. Private community, dramatic
views. exceptional weather and recreation. (828)293-9514
High Vision, LLC.

Lakefront hontesite on beautiful Boone Lake in Northeast
Tennessee Fully amenitized community., spectacular moun-
tain views, con enientlv located near Johnson Cit. (423)323-
1676 Grand Visibn. Inc.

LAKE PROPERTIES Lakefront and lake view homes And
parcels on pristine 34,000 acre Norris Lake in E. Tennessee
Call Lakeside RealtR (888)291-5253 Or visit
www.ilakesiderealt -tn.co.n

North Carolina CoolMountain Air, View\ s& Streams. Homes,
Cabins & Acreage. FREE BROCHURE (800)642-5333. Re-
alt Of Murphy 317 Peachtree St. Murphy, N.C 28906.
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Waterfront Condomniniums on Beautiful Lake of the Ozarks.
Missouri. 1.200 miles of shoreline. Low taxes, insurance and
fees Fishing, golf. fun. From $99,900.
Thcl.akeCondoSource.com (573)340-1188.

New Mexico Getaway 20 Acres $49.990 Scenic. trees, views.
wildlife, neailb) BI-M. elctricitc. Prefect fr hor ses, hiking.
hunting, fanul.y nanch, retreat. and retirement living. 100%
financing. Call (866)305-2825.

NC' MOUNTAINS 5 acres with pristine 20- foot ihigh water-
fdl. home sie is ithgQeat view, \ ec private, large public lake
neatib , $l),5)00. This won't last long. Call now (806)789-

Timber Company Liquidation! 24 Acres- S99.900. 40 Acres
- S159,000. 1 imber i.'ompanm selling off large wooded acre-
ages in Southeast Georgia. uOne da\ only. Sat. June 30th.
loaded w ith wildlife. Potential to s.ubditide. Excellent fi-
nancing. (all National Timber Partners now\ (800)898-4409.
x 130o.

Developer's ('loseout September 20th- 20' Lt Offal-read low
pre-conslirictioIIn prricm I -ols & condos available v, water,
timash. golf. namre vie\\s s,tlrtiug at 70k's. iyr. io payment
option'. (7l'2'oo-73 o \\sv, coopgrspoint.com.


MtETAI ROOFING(. SAVE SS buis direct fromn numutac-
turei. 20 colors in stock with tall accessories. Quick turn
around' Delhve.r Available (35�408-0"78 loll tfrec
(88)3.O3-o033 code 24. \s\'s\.Guil[oastSur'l in.

Steel Buildings

l're-E ginecred Metal Building 40", FacItoI Ditcount Sale.
Conm ni cial Straight \\ ill Shops. 1 aings. alarchouses. M\ini-
Slo Iag Ie, I dtilust iial Sti ips. 2.2.0 1It-100.000 Sia. Iii et. 25' Y a-. u
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* 12B * Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser * Wednesday, June 27, 2007

426 2nd Street Chipley.
2BR/2BA, completely re-
modeled, new electric,
AC, plumbing, cabinets,
flooring. 1200 sq ft 3 ac-
res, $159,900 OBO.
(314)346-3303 owner pos-
sible financing

For Sale by owner, new
home 2732 Marian Dr.
in Dogwood Lakes on
golf course with lake
view. 2,720 square foot
under roof, with 1800
square foot heat & air,
1/2 acre lot $22,000.00
off original price, owner
will finance.
850-547-4654 after 5

2 '/2 acres and house for
sale use for commercial or
residential. Reduced
$450.000.00 on Hwy 79
next to Freds
3BR/1/2BA Brick Home.
837 Chesnut Hill St. Chip-
ley. 6381832
Nice 3/2 brick home with
workshop. New roof. Lam-
inate wood floors in bed-
rooms. North off Old Boni-
fay Rd. onto 2nd Street
then left on Campbellton
Ave. in Chipley. 1338
Campbellton Ave.
$145,000. 850-326-2225.
Sunny Hills,
Florida-Water front home
on Boat Lake. 2BR/2BA,
florida room, and cement
porch. Large wooded lot
70x215x120 in back.
Bluewater Property, LLC.
Call Gene at 773-3333.

2229 Jim Bush Rd., Bonifav, FL
(8501 547-4784 * Cell (850) 951-5682
Carole Cannon, Broker
27 Acs $99,500 * 37 Acs, Pond, $155,900 *
60 Acs $180,000 * REDUCED 100 Acs+-, lots
of frontage, wooded, some planted pines, pond
$315,000 * Pecan grove, 18 acs+-, lots of paved
and county road frontage, 3 BR block home with
metal roof, barns $175,000 * Large 4/2 brick
home, fireplace, metal roof, carport, appliances,
new survey $129,900 * 2.5 Acs+- with over 400
ft. of paved frontage $21,900 * REDUCED: 6.87
acres, surveyed, road frontage, no restrictions
$48,900 * 3 BR brick and frame town home, corner
lot, CH/A, appliances $110,000 * REDUCED 120
Acs+-, frontage, planted pines, private $380,000

� 12B � Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser � Wednesday, June 27, 2007

50 acres Farm land for Five (
sale in Black, Alabama 77 So
area. reduced $2,800 per Road.
acre. Call (251)446-8103 mation

SFor Sa
I 7150 ---}with sc
5 acres for sale by owner. wood
Front acre already Count
cleared. Hwy 77 and Clay-
ton Rd., Chipley. Beautiful
prime property. MP Er
(850)573-0890 and F
22 to 40 acres in Wash- wooden
ington County. One of the South
highest elevations in the 77, G,
state, with views spanning Rd., [
over 40 miles. Owner Re- Rd., BL
altor. (850)527-8902 res (8)
34 acres in Boone North acres.
Carolina with multiple cash.
streams, gated low n
community. Great Call M
opportunities. Sacrifice, matio
limited time offer.
$220,000. (828)719-7036 Quiet
151/3 acres, hardwoods, home,
seasonal branch, electric, barn
well access from county 850. 4
road 179. $6,500. an
acre. Approximately 9 ac-
res cleared. 850-896-8207
By Owner 10 acres with
330 ft frontage on Hwy
280, property address
3023 Douglas Ferry Road.
Box on property with infor-
mation. Financing availa-
ble $150,000. Call Gayle
@ 547-2709
By Owner 19 acres, three |i
miles north of Bonifay with
660' frontage on Hwy. 79.
$110.000 firm, financing
with good down payment.
Call Richard @ n9P
850-547-2637 70

For Sale nice 3BR/2bath,
24x40 trailer on 1 acre on
N. Hwy 79, Bonifay.

enterprises Land Sale
finance. 5 acres or
for houses only, I UOMOTI MARIINE
ed & pasture. 3 miles
of Chipley. Highway 8100 - Antique & Collectibles
ainer Rd., Houston 8110 - Cars
)uncan Community 8120 - Sports Utility Vehicles
uddy Rd., (4) five ac- 130 - Trucks
8140 - Vans
ten acres (5) eight 8150 - Commercial
Owner financing or 8160 - Motorcycles
Low down payment, 8170 - Auto Parts
monthly payments. & Accessories
lilton Peel for infor- 8210 - Boats
l 850-638-1858 8220 - Personal Watercraft
___________ 8230 - Sailboats
8240 - Boat & Marine
8 Acres in Chipley Supplies
singlewide mobile 8310 - Aircraft/Aviation
3BR/2BA, pole 8320 - ATV/Off Road Vehicles
Great for live stock. 8330 - Campers & Trailers
WE LOill Oi.'v 8340 - Motoihomes


n1] (lUltZ 28x48, 3 BR, 2 BA .................. $32,900
NOlW OPEN IN (ANNq I4 LLS 985kyline 16x60,2BR,2BA..................$24,900
_-_CO98 Grand Manor16x80, 3 BR, 2 BA ............. $28,900
S00 iGeneral 28x48, 3BR, 2BA.,................$32,900
96 Destiny14x72, 3BR,2 BA....................$21,900
98 Pioneer 24x72, 4 BR,2 BA .........................$38,900
99 Homes of Merit 28x60, 3 BR, 2 BA ....$47,900

OD0Pioneer 28x60, 4 BR, 2 BA.......$37,900
D C 96 Redman 28x48, 3 BR,2 BA................. $32,900

-- y a 02 Craftmade128x56, 4BR,2BA .............$39,900
5329 Hwy. 77, Chipley, FL |95 Cavalier28x80, 4BR,2BA......,...$48,900
(2 Miles South of Sunny Hills Entrance) All Hoes Include D Set, S luming
(8501773-0095 or 773-0098_ ,ai,0am' ".I
-- Al i * 1

8) Acre tracts Hwy
south, 4 miles Bedie
Call Milton for infor-
i. (850)638-1858
ale. 63 acres cleared
ome trees on county
d road near Dog-
Lakes area Holmes



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Power Pkg., Cruise, Tilt, CD PowerPkg., Moon Roof, CD Player, Power Pkg., Cruise, Tilt, CD, V-8, 41 MPG Ciy,PowerPkg,,Cmise, TI,CD
Player, Towable, #7220A nlyWMeels,#P2857 Automatic, #253 Playr, OneOwner,Warranty, P2834

$7,995 $11,495 $19,995 $20i495

New 07 Classic Silverado
Z-71, Off Rd., 4x4, LT1 Pkg.
Stock #74763
MSRP $31,692
Invoice $29,341
Rebate $ 2,500
Plus Tax, Title & Doc. Fee

.ew 07 Traililazer
-2WD, LS Pkg.
-Sio.:k #75404
MSRPI $28,215
Invoice $26,585
Rebate $ 2,500
Plus Tax, Title & Doc. Fee

New 07 Silverado Ext. Cab
Z-71, 4x4, Vortec Max, LTZ Pkg.
Stock #70217
MSRP $37,109
Invoice $34,412
Rebate $ 1,500
Plus Tax, Title &Doc. Fee

New 07 iliverado crew cab
Z71, 4x4, LT2 Pkg.
i:.cl. n o
MSRP $38, 970
Invoice $36,039
Rebate $ 1,500
Plus Tax, Title & Doc. Fee

New 07 Silverado Ext. Cab
Z-71,4x4, LT2 Pkg.
Stock #72472
MSRP $36,355
Invoice $33,553
Rebate $ 1,500
Plus Tax, Title & Doc. Fee

S- NOew 07 Tahoe
2WD, LT Pkg.
,,. Sloa . B'-124E
MSRtP $39,145
Invoice $36,245
Rebate $ 2,000
Plus Tax, Title &Doc. Fee

06 FORD F.250 05 CHEVY K1500 06 FORD F-250 XLT 06 FORD F.450
Diesel, Auto., Air, Warranty, - Power Pkg, Cruise, Tilt, CD Player, " V-8, Automatic, CD, Tow Command Diesel, Automatic, Flat Bed with
#P2869 Alloy Wheels, #P2880 IM ' Gooseneck, #P2886

$22,995 $24,995 $24,995 $37,995

Automatic, CD Player, Fuel Leather, Power Pkg., Cruise, Tilt, CD Player, Power Pkg., Great Gas Power Pkg., Cruise, Tilt, CD. Keyless,
Economy!#P2896 CD Player, #8107B Mileage, #7193A Alloys, 100,000 Mi.War, #R2892

$10,995 $10,995 $11,995 $12,995

Power Pkg., Cruise, Tilt, CD Leather, 4x4, Hard Cover, Power Pkg., Cruise, Tlit, CD Player, Alloy Leather, Climate Control, Cruise, Alloy
Player, Alloys, #P2894 Loaded,#!8105B Wheels, Two To Choose From, #P2873 Wheels, #R2862

$13,995 $15,995 $15,995 $15.995

06 FOR[
V-6, Leather, Power Pkg.
CD Player, Alloy Whee


., Cruise, lit, Automatic, Power Pkg., CD Player,
ls, FP2893 Alloys, Low Miles, #P2898

95 $16,995

Power Pkg., Cruise, Tilt, CD Player,
Alloys, Factory Warranty, #7293B


V-8, Power Pkg., Cruise, Tilt,
CD Player, #P2882


03 Ford F-250 Super Crew,, 05 Chevy Suburban
Extra Clean. 7.3 Diesel, ' Sharp, Only 31,000 Miles
4x4, XLT, New Tires . Factory Warranty
Only24,995 Onlys24,995

ui unevy Aveo
Hatchback, Only 11,000 Miles
40 Miles Per Gallon
x,\,tp0yl 2,995

uo unevy maIDou maxx LI ;
Dual Sunroofs, Leather, Pwr. Seats Heated Seats,
Only 27,000 Mi., Factory Warranty, 30 MPG

04 Jeep Liberty
Only 39,500 miles
.i.i Only 15,995

06 Chevy Impala LT
30-33 Miles Per Gallon, 2 To Choose From
Factory Warranty
Only$1 5,762'

3rd Row, FDID, Leather, DVD,
CD Player, #P2902


05 FORD F-150
Power Pkg., Cruise, lilt, CD,
Sprayed In Bedliner, tP2870


05 FORD F.150 06 FORD F-150 XLT
Power Pkg., CD Player, Keyless Power Pkg., Cruise, Tilt, CD
Enty, Alloy Wheels, #P2879 Player, Low Miles, #P2867

$19,995 $21,995

05 FORD F-150 04 FORD F.150 06 FORD F.150
CD Player, Alloys Wheels Power Pkg., Cruise, Tilt, COD Power Pkg., CD Player, Keyless
#P2888 & Player, Alloys, #P2889 Entry, Alloy Wheels, #P2887

$21,995 $21,995 $23,995

Diesel, Automatic, Gooseneck Setup,
Factory Warranty, P2904


"Like A Rock Since 1935"
*II 701 East Magnolia Avenue * Geneva, AL 36340
(334) 684-3663

See Your Favorite Salesman: Ronnie Coley, Julian Williams, Billy Bryan,
Bill Allard, Lee Mitchell, or Tim Benton, Finance Manager.


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2007 Victory Vegas 200
Miles, Stage One Kit with
Performance Pipes.
$15,000. (850)260-1700

For sale 1997 Cadillac
Concor Deville, very good
condition, $7500 obo.


97 Mercury Mountaineer.
Clean, good condition,
cold air, runs great. $3500.
Call 638-9472 or 638-2920

1997, Ford F-150, V-8,
138,000 miles, red, good
for work truck, farm truck,
etc., motivated seller,
$3500. OBO,

1998 GMC Sierra Crew
Cab One Ton Truck.
140,000 miles. Good
condition. 638-8447,
Mon-Fri, ask for truck lady.

2001 Dodge extended
cab, diesel. $13,500.

For Sale- 1998 Chev.
%ton truck. 66,000 miles.
Towing Package. Not a
scratch or ding. Absolutely
like brand newly 638-1991

For Sale: 1984 Chevrolet
C60 dump truck, low
mileage. Price reduced
$4500. Call 547-3684 or
nite 547-2828.
For Sale-1996 Dodge
Ram 1500 with 37,335 true
miles. Tool box and bed
cover. Well kept. Asking
$8,000. 547-3429, 9am to

2004 Buick Van 23 miles
to gallon, take over pay-
ments. Real good condi-
tion. 40,000 miles.

Easy Go 2004 Golf Cart.
Excellent Condition.
$3100. Also some older
ones. 535-4121

1 8330
2005 Cavalier, 29ft.
Queen bed, bunk beds,
microwave, fridge, excel-
lent condition, ready to put
on your land. No holding
tanks. Must sell. $8000
obo. 638-3500

2000 Daybreak
19,000 miles, 34ft with a
superslide, dual roof air.
55 KW generator, 180
hours, jacks, rear camera,
plus much more. Ready to
travel. Excellent condition.
$33,000 obo.

For Sale: Winnebago Mo-
tor Home, 1984, 24' class
C, Chevy 350, 90,000 mi-
les. Great condition,
$7500.00. (850)548-5045

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