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In the Weekend Edition

Motorcycle crash
claims one life
south of Ebro
A Panama City woman was in
critical condition Sunday afternoon
following a motorcycle accident on
State Road 79 in Bay County.
Melinda Chavers, 39, of Panama
City was airlifted to Flowers Hos-
pital in Dothan, Ala. after being
ejected from the motorcycle she
was riding on when it left the road
and hit a stump, according to a
report by the Florida Highway
The driver, 36-year-old David
Jeron Adams also of Dothan was
pronounced dead at the scene.
The incident occurred north of
Pine Log Road on State Road 79.
Neither driver nor passenger were
wearing helmets, FHP reported.
Ebro Volunteer Fire Department
and Washington County EMS were
involved in the response.
Florida Freedom Newswire

SWAT helps nab two
robbery suspects
from Escambia County
Officers with the Washington
County Sheriff's Office were noti-
fied Thursday, August 23, by U.S.
Marshalls that two fugitives, Tom-
my George Craig, Jr., 18-year-old
white male, and Billy Joe Burns,
Jr., 18-year-old
white male,
were possibly
hiding out in
the Washing-
ton County
area. Informa-
tion came in a
news release
from WCSO.
Craig and
Burns were
wanted in con- Craig
nection with an
armed robbery that occurred in
Escambia County.
U.S. Marshalls requested the as-
sistance of the Washington County
Sheriff's Office SWAT Team to
locate and apprehend Craig and
At approximately 9:30 p.m.,
the Washington County Sheriff's
Office SWAT
Team, along
with U.S. Mar-
shalls, served
felony war- .
rants at 827 .
Haley Drive
in Chipley. to m
Both Burns
and Craig
were arrested,
transported to Burns
the Washing-
ton County Jail and were awaiting
extradition to Escambia County.
Additional charges are pending,
according to WCSO.

Navigate the Coast


Jamborees were played
Friday night, and local
schools were in the thick
of the action.Vernon's
Markel Andrews, top
center, is sandwiched by
Bozeman defenders dur-
ing the first half of their
preseason game Friday
at Bozeman (Photo by
Terry Barner/Florida
Freedom Newswire).
Right: Niceville's Rick
Whiddon slips away
from Chipley's Ryan
Brown on Friday's Kick
Off Classic in Niceville.
(Photo by Nick Tomecek/
Florida Freedom News-
wire) Read previews of
all local teams in Foot-
ball 2007 in this week's
Washington County

Mary Paramore/WCN
Orientation underway at local schools
Parents of second and fourth grade students at Kate M. Smith Elementary School gathered in the
cafetorium Monday evening for orientation. Above, Principal Jerry Register introduces 4th grade
teachers. He and Assistant Principal Yolanda Kolmetz reviewed attendance and transportation poli-
cies as well as paperwork required by the Title I program. Register zeroed in on why the school did
not make Adequate Yearly Progress under federal No Child Left Behind guidelines, but was just nine
points shy of earning an A grade in the state's grading system. After the meeting, parents - many es-
corted by their children - met with teachers in their classrooms. Orientation for first and third grade
students was held Tuesday night.

Vernon City

Council: No

impact fees

for those

who must

Staff Writer
Vernon businesses and residents
displaced by the expansion of Hwy.
79 won't have to pay water and
sewer impact fees upon relocation,
if the Vernon City Council has its
Council met in a regular meet-
ing Monday, Aug. 27 and was
asked about impact fees by Bill
Dobbins, owner of KC's Pizza.
The restaurant is just one of many
businesses that will be forced to
close its doors once the Department
of Transportation's road-widening
project reaches the city limits.
Council members Vivian Brewer,
John P. Cook, Jr. and Gwen March,
as well as Mayor Oscar Ward,
spoke in favor of crafting a resolu-
tion stating existing businesses that
relocate to the new development
on Hwy. 279 or elsewhere in the
city will not have to pay the fees.
Council members were unanimous
in their support.
Council members voted to place
the item on their next meeting's
agendafor action and directed City
Clerk Sherry Cobb to discuss a
resolution with city attorney Kerry
Adkison, who was unable to attend
Monday's meeting.
In other business, Council ap-
proved removing one of three
manholes from a repair list for-
warded to Polytriplex for action.
The company informed the city
that the manhole at the sewer plant
would not be in disrepair had it
been routed properly.
The original contractor, J&P,
will be requested to repair the man-
hole under warranty.
Vernon's in-kind contribution to
the project, as required by the Flor-
ida Department of Environmental
Protection, is $6,802.50, based on
the Polytriplex estimate.
Council also approved the con-
sent agenda.
The meeting was short, but not
without excitement. The Vernon
City Hall air conditioner began
making loud noises, then shut itself
off just after the meeting was called
to order.
Cobb looked outside the window
at the unit and called for a fire extin-
guisher, but council members soon
determined the smoke was actually
freon spewing from the unit.
Council also welcomed back
Councilman Junior McKeithen,
who is recovering from a stroke.

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Managing Editor
Interested in prep sports?
Check out Panhandlevar-
sity.com. That's our new site
dedicated to all things high
school sports. Our sports
staff along with others from
our local sister papers will be
posting stories, blogs, photos
and videos frequently. The
site just went live today and
there's already a smorgas-
bord of fun stuff there. You
can add your own comments,
photos and video.
The site will be your one-
stop for prep sports this

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season. On it, you will find
news from Chipley, Vernon,
Holmes County, Graceville
and Cottondale, as well as
many other schools through-
out the area from Appala-
chicola to Panama City. Our
sister site, NWFvarsity.com,
covers schools in the western
part of the Panhandle from

Crestview to Milton.
Take your time to browse
it. There are some upgrades
planned down the road,
especially with the way
we deliver video. If you
have any comments or
suggestions, send them to
afelsberg@ chipleypaper.

Law enforcement to step up for Labor Day

Florida, Georgia and Ala-
bama law enforcement of-
ficers will join forces over
the Labor Day holiday week-
That includes those
from North Florida, South
Alabama, South Georgia
and Florida Department of
Transportation, who will be
out en force during the six-
teenth annual Hands Across
the Border.
The life-saving effort will
focus on enforcement of
impaired driving, safety belt
and child safety seat usage
laws throughout the Labor
Day weekend.
"During this time, law

CHS open house
Thursday evening
Chipley High School's
Open House for parents
and students will be held on
Thursday, August 30, from
5:30 p.m. until 6:30 p.m.
Parents will have the op-
portunity to meet with their
student's teachers in their
classrooms during this time.
Additionally, parents and
students can purchase the
2007-2008 Paw Prints year-
book during Open House
for a reduced price of $45
Parents are encouraged
to attend on August 30 and
meet the faculty and staff of
Chipley High School.
Prior to Open House at 5
p.m., National Honor Soci-
ety will induct new members
in the auditorium.

Fatal wreck in
Jackson County
One person was fatally
injured in an Aug. 24 au-
tomobile accident on 1-10
in Jackson County. Staci
Denise Gilstrap, 36, of Mon-
roe, La., was driving a 2004
Buick SUV eastbound in the
left lane at, or near, the post-
ed speed limit of 70 miles
Super hour when the vehicle
:veered to the left, driving
Sunto the grass median.
The driver oversteered to
the right, losing control of
the vehicle which slid across

enforcement agencies will
show zero tolerance for
impaired or unbuckled mo-
torists," according to Tom
Preliminary data from
the Department of Highway
Safety and Motor Vehicles
shows 24 driving fatalities
occurred in Florida during
the 2006 Labor Day holiday.
This effort, created in 1991,
allows law enforcement of-
ficers to demonstrate their
life-saving commitment
by reminding citizens that
traffic safety is critical on
crowded holiday roads.
Officials from the vari-
ous law enforcement agen-

both lanes of eastbound traf-
fic and overturned onto the
south shoulder ejecting the
right front passenger. The
vehicle came to final rest
facing west on the south
shoulder of SR 8.
The passenger, Gregory
W. Gilsrtap, 37, also of Mon-
roe, was pronounced dead at
the scene by Jackson County
The driver was taken to
Jackson County Hospital
where her injuries were
listed as minor.
The Gilstraps were both
wearing seat belts, accord-
ing to the crash investigator,
Trooper Eddie Elmore, of
Florida Highway Patrol.

Workforce meetings
Chipola Regional Work-
force Development Board
will hold the following meet-
ings in September:
*One Stop/WIA Com-
mittee meeting, Sept. 4, at
11 a.m.
*General meeting on Sept.
13, at 6 p.m.
Both meetings will be
held in the One Stop Com-
munity Room in Marianna.
For more information call,

Friends of
the Library
Friends of the Washing-
ton County Library will

cies met Aug. 28 for press
conferences in Alabama and
Florida. The convoy traveled
from the welcome center in
Houston County, Ala., to
the center in Campbellton,
Guest speakers were Dis-
trict Secretary Larry Kelley
of Florida Department of
Transportation; Chief Wil-
liam Watford of Cottondale
Police Department; Chief
Kevin Crews of Chipley
Police Department; Sheriff
John McDaniel of Jackson
County Sheriff's Office, and
Major Eddie L. Johnson Jr.
of Florida Highway Patrol
Troop A.

meet Thursday, September
6, at noon at the Blue Lake
Community Center on High-
way 77. Amanda Finch
Broadfoot of the Washington
County Arts Council will be,
the speaker.
Please call Rosa Nell
Baxley, 638-1470, for a
lunch reservation by noon
on Monday, September 3.
If you would like additional
information, contact Jane
Potter at 638-0932.

Wednesday, August 29, 2007 Washington County News, 3A

Webb comes out of retirement at Crestview

A new scoreboard was
unveiled Friday night at
Crestview's Jack Foster Sta-
dium prior to the start of the
Bulldogs' Kickoff Classic
with Gulf Breeze.
But the new Jumbotron,
which Crestview head coach
Matt Brunson believes to be
the largest high school score-
board in the Southeast, isn't
the only new addition on the
Bulldog football scene.
Former Baker and Vernon
head coach Jeff Webb has
returned to the Okaloosa
County sidelines as the new
Crestview offensive coor-
Webb spent the past five
years as the Vernon head
coach and thought he was
heading into retirement un-
til getting the call from his
former assistant.
"I wasn't semi-retired,
I was completely retired,"
Webb joked. "And I'm not
semi-helping, I'm helping
as hard as I can.
"But me helping with
the offense may raise some
eyebrows. I'm not noted as
an offensive guru."
Offensive guru or not,
Webb's presence on the
practice field is already be-
ing felt by the players.
"He's a good coach and
he's making us work hard,"
said Cory Wenrich, one of
three Bulldogs. expected
to see time at quarterback.
"He's putting in a bunch
of new plays. We just have
to listen to him and do our
"When we mess up he
lets us know we messed up.
He stays on our butt until we
get it right.
"And when we get it right
he kind of congratulates
Fellow quarterback Jona-
thon Peacock said Webb
does have a style all his
"He likes to yell a lot,"

Peacock said. "He's been
doing a good job.
"It's just a lot to learn and
he's pushing us hard."
Webb likes what he's seen
from the Crestview offense.
"They are a very young
offense, but they can do a lot
of things," he said.
Brunson, who considers
Webb one of his coaching
mentors, said with a young
offense it's good to have a
veteran like Webb running
the show.
"We have - I think -
two starters coming back on
the offensive side in Matt
Sanders and Jonathon Pea-
cock (who moves to quarter-
back after starting at receiver
last year) and they are going
to be surrounded by a very
young cast," he said.
"Adding coach Webb to
the staff definitely brings the
experience of the offensive
staff up by a few years
"He has a ton of experi-
ence and he does a great job
of working with young men
and getting them on the same
page. The reason he's been
successful for 35 years is

because he can change with
the times and do whatever it
takes to be successful."
Webb's ability to connect
with players young enough
to be his grandsons is obvi-
ous as he works with the
After three decades in
the profession, Webb still
lines up in a stance and
takes a hands on approach
to coaching.
Don't expect to see any
major changes in the Bull-
dog offense under Webb.
"We'll do the same old
stuff," Brunson said. "We -
are just going to try and do
it better and get the kids to
play harder."
Brunson couldn't be hap-
pier than he is with the ad-
dition of his old boss to the -.
Crestview staff.
"We've been best friends
in coaching now for about
15 years," he said. "I worked
with him the first five years I
was in coaching.
"It's an honor to have him
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Washington County is considering changing the use of land within the area shown within the map in this
In accordance with the Regular Amendment Review Provisions of the Florida Administrative Code a
Review Public Hearing will be held by the Washington County Planning Commission (the designated Local
Planning Agency) and the Washington County Board of County Commissioners to solicit public comment
concerning the proposed Land Use Change/Comprehensive Plan Amendment.
A Public Hearing to review these proposed changes will be held on September 11, 2007, at 5:00 PM or as
soon thereafter as possible at the County Commissioners Meeting Room, 1331 South Boulevard, Chipley,
Florida. All interested members of the public are encouraged to attend.
A Public Hearing to review these proposed changes will be held on September 27, 2007, at 5:00 PM or as
soon thereafter as possible at the County Commissioners Meeting Room, 1331 South Boulevard, Chipley,
Florida. All interested members of the public are encouraged to attend.
Information concerning the proposed land use change is available for review at the Washington Coun-
ty Board of County Commissioners Office at
1331 South Boulevard, Chipley, Florida. ... ..

PARCEL A - Proposed Change from Agri-
culture/Silviculture and Low Density Residen- --"
tial to Mixed Use - Planned Unit Development
(PUD. Petition for Land Use Change Submit- , \ .
ted by James Southall, PE, Panhandle Engi- , /
neering on behalf of Lamar Faison, Shoreline 1 "
Washington LLC, Property Owner. ---:, \
The purpose of this Land Use Change/Com- ' v
prehensive Plan Amendment is to allow for the 1 . .
development of a residential subdivision and a /' ./ .
highway general commercial project.' /
The parcel is described as follows: I , /
All that part of the N 1/2 of the NE 1/4 of
the SW 1/4 lying East of the East Right-of-way /
of the graded road, the NW 1/4 of SE 1/4 ly- - - ........
ing East of the East Right-of-way of the graded -
road, the S 1/2 of the SE 1/4, and that part of
the SE 1/4 of SW 1/4 lying East of the East I" __
right of way of the graded road, and that part
of the S 1/2 of the NE 1/4 of SW 1/4 lying East of the East Right of Way of the graded road in Section 1 all
lying and being in Section 1, Township 1 South, Range 17 West, Washington County, Florida; the county
graded road referred to above being known as Cedar Bluff Road; containing 153 acres, more or less; WHICH
DESCRIPTION IN THAT DEED RECORDED AT O.R. BOOK 404, PAGE 528, public records of Washing-
ton County, Florida.
Contains 153 acres more or less.
A verbatim record of these proceedings will not be kept. It shall be the responsibility of any person decid-
ing to appeal any decision made by Washington County with respect to any matter considered at this public
hearing, to insure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made.



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Empty nest, no more /A

My last apartment had
doves. Originally, the back
porch was supposed dis-
play several hanging, potted
plants. But winter came and
the flowers died. Before my
wife could plant more flow-
ers, a pair of doves made a
nest in our hanging basket.
Then they laid eggs.
We watched as the eggs
hatched and the doves took
turns feeding and guarding
the young birds. The birds
grew and one day, home
from work, we noticed that
all the birds were gone. All
that was left were some
twigs and small pieces of
shell. And one empty nest.
August is nearly over, and
there are plenty of empty
nests around as kids go off
to college. Especially if you
just sent your youngest off.
That's where my parents
are right now. Libby, my
youngest sister, checked into
her dorm at Texas State last
week. She was the last one
out of the house.
I'm married, and in my
last year of school at Texas
A&M University. My brother
is up here also, in the middle
of his college career. With
my sister away at school,
nobody is home. It's just my
parents, a couple dogs, and
several echoing rooms. One
large, empty nest.
But my mom disagrees.
If you asked her, she'd tell
you that she doesn't feel
like her nest is empty. That
does not mean, however, that
two blocks down from Texas
State, after leaving Libby,
my mom didn't have a good
cry. Of course she did.
It still hurts to let go. And
sending the last one away is
an extremely emotional time.
How many thoughts must be
going through a parent's
head? When's the next time
they'll be home. Will they
make good choices? I'll be
lonely. I hope they'll call.
Those thoughts and feel-
ings will exist for a while.
It's part of that leaving and
letting go process.
Even through the loneli-
ness and worries, my mom
still says her home is not
an empty nest. When birds
leave a nest, she says, the
nest is in a shambles and
there's not much reason for
the birds to stay or to come

One Word

Andrew Hollinger

As long as my kids have
a place to come and
stay, she goes on, my
nest is not empty. They
can always come home.
Anytime. They can bring
spouses and children
if they want to. But my
house is a home, and my
kids are always welcome.'

That's true. The doves on
our porch never came back.
Their babies never came
back. The hanging basket
where they lived was left a
As long as my kids have
a place to come and stay,
she goes on, my nest is not
empty. They can always
come home. Anytime. They
can bring spouses and chil-
dren if they want to. But my
house is a home, and my kids
are always welcome.
Remember that Behr
paint commercial? The son
goes away to college and
the parents experiment with
redecorating his room. First
it's a gym, then a media
center, then a library. But the
parents' final decision is to
remake the son's room.
I've got years before I'll
really understand what my
parents are feeling. Here's
what I do know. When it's
all said and done, the good-
byes made, hugs given and
kisses blown, you can still
go home.
Because a home is never
an empty nest.
Andrew Hollinger is a
freelance writer from McAl-
len, Texas. E-mail him at


To the Editor,
In these changing times and with the serious crimes that
are plaguing our area, before we call the police over some-
thing minute or trivial, we need to ask ourselves, is this
incident worth calling the police over?
Have we been done mental or physical harm to the extent
that we need to bother our understaffed, underpaid, over-
worked police with it?
It is true that the police are there to protect and serve our
community, however I do not believe that they were hired
to baby-sit. I think it is high time that grown adults act like
grown adults and put petty selfishness and kindergarten at-
titudes behind them.
Wake up and smell the coffee! While you are wasting
your police time trying to prosecute a 19-year-old girl for
petty theft, because she didn't turn the cartoon movie she
rented in on time, you could possibly be letting a serious
criminal go free by tying up an officer of the law.
Unfortunately this is a true story from the small city of
Vernon. An actual K-9 officer was called to handle this hor-
rible thing this girl had done ....she forgot she had a movie
and it was late.
People get real. Call the police for police matters NOT
to enforce kindergarten rules.
. Sherri Wilson


To the Editor,
Those 50 to 80 (stand-
ing room only) Holmes
Countians who attended
the County Commission on
the night of 31 July 2007
are to be commended. Even
though the issue of Holmes
County's ill-conceived Land
Use Amendment was next to
last on a lengthy Board agen-
da, those who came stayed to
listen and participate.
First, the right of any and
all persons defined in Chap-
ter 120, F.S. and Chapter
163, F.S. to challenge the
actions of the County Com-
mission, even the Governor,
is provided in said statutes
and the constitution. Persons
who do so are not necessar-
ily attacking the character
and integrity of the Com-
In late April 2007, the
Holmes County Board of
Commissioners voted unani-
mously to adopt a consul-
tant's rewritten portions
of the then existing Future
Land Use Amendment to
the County's Comprehen-
sive Plan. From what I have
learned, very few Holmes
Countians, landowners or
not, knew about or partici-
pated in the rewrite.
According to Florida law,
Holmes Countians and par-
ticularly landowners, were
to have been notified by vari-
ous and multiple means that
public meetings were being
held for the purpose of par-
ticipation. A thorough and
understandable explanation
was to be provided as to the
reason and purpose of these
Section 163.3181(1)(2)
and (3), F.S. requires an ex-
tensive effort on the part of
the County Commission to
engage, discuss, and educate
the public as to the compre-
hensive planning process
and its many related issues.
I have been unable to deter-
mine that this was done.
Those who attended the
July 31, 2007 Board meet-
ing seemed to have little or
no knowledge of what the
Board and its consultant had
done. There are innumerable
examples of how provisions
of Chapter 120, F.S. and
Chapter 163, F.S. were not

followed. This was detri-
mental to the best interest of
Holmes Countians.
This ill conceived Land
Use Amendment is filled
with undefined and unex-
plained language and terms
that may or may not have ap-
propriate applicability. Also,
the requirements of the LUA
go far beyond the much less
restrictive requirements of
Chapter 163 and F.A.C. Rule
9J-5. Both provide for Hol-
mes Countians to determine
what would be desirable.
For example, should a
person want to build a new
home that does nbt have 200
feet of frontage on a paved
County or State owned and
maintained roadway, the
County Building Depart-
ment will be able to refuse a
building permit.
An additional example:
Should a person in a rural
area own less than 120 acres
of land and wish to give his
or her three (3) or more chil-
dren or grandchildren or in-
laws building sites, it could
be .denied by the County.
Each site would have to be
40 acres in an agricultural
land use category.
Further, the Land Use
Amendment, as adopted by
the County Commissioners,
specifically states: "develop-
ment of property within the
the Agricultural Land Use
category" is only allowed to
have "one dwelling unit per
40 acres".
It additionally states:
"However, the minimum lot
size may be one (1) acre for
clustered developments, so
long as the cumulative total
is maintained for the devel-
opment parent tract of land"
followed by four additional
requirements which are con-
flicting and require the 200
feet of road frontage.
Contrast this with Jack-
son County which allows
one acre lots throughout ag-
ricultural land that is zoned
AG2. Also contrast it with
the previous Holmes County
provision for 2.5 acre lots
such as those developed

three years ago on Jenkins
Boulevard south of 1-10.
If a landowner rezones
his/her property from Agri-
cultural Land Use to Rural
Residential Land Use, the
gross density may be a maxi-
mum of one dwelling unit
per 10 acres, cumulatively.
Under this rezoning, the
minimum lot size may be 1/2
acre for clustered develop-
ments so long as the cumu-
lative total is maintained for
the development parent tract
of land. Three other criteria
are outlined as limitations
including 100 feet of front-
age on any county or state
maintained road. Trans-
lated: A landowner could
have 10 homes on five acres
per 100 acres of land in order
to meet the parent tract den-
sity requirement of one unit
per 10 acres cumulatively.
Such a development would
require subdivision review,
platting, and approval from
the County.
Another example: In an
agricultural land use cat-
egory, the minimum size of
a Planned Unit Development
is set at 80 acres. In the ru-
ral residential category, the
minimum acreage shall be
40 acres. Compare this with
Duval County which allows
for a PUD on a minimum
five acres in the AGR or
agricultural category. There
is much more growth and
development stress in Duval
than in Holmes.
Additionally, landowners
will want to read and learn
how the amendment can af-
fect or involve the County
in your property's inheri-
tance. Why?? The Board
Chairperson indicated that
the ills with the amendment
would be corrected in the
further development of Land
Development Regulations.
Factually, Chapter 163, F.S.
requires creation of Land
Development Regulations
for the purpose of imple-
menting the Comprehensive
Plan. The LDRs cannot be
used to modify or otherwise
change the Comp Plan.

The Amendment also
provides for the use of a
national wetlands map for
deciding whether or not
your property is wetlands
and restricted from use. The
use of this map will result
in a wrong interpretation
of wetlands and a loss of
land use. There are other al-
lowable ways to determine
wetlands and to provide for
mitigation of their use. It
would take the full edito-
rial page to further cite the
ills of the Future Land Use
Amendment as adopted by
the Board of County Com-
missioners. The examples I
have cited are more restric-
tive than required by appli-
cable Statutes.
However, rather than take
my comments at face value,
I challenge each landowner
to obtain and read a copy of
the Land Use Amendment.
You will be charged a fee for
each page; however, it will
be worth your purchase. Let
your County Commissioner
know that you want this
Amendment withdrawn and
rescinded. It does not deter
the large outside developers
and speculators. It quite pos-
sibly encourages them.
Hilton T. Meadows

To the Editor
The controversy over the
Holmes County subdivision
regulation can really be
boiled down to one word:
POWER. Chairman Ray-
mon Thomas wants as much
power as he can get over the
people of Holmes County.
People have been telling
me when they call their com-
missioner they say "don't
worry, we are going to make
it better." If they think that
you can turn over our prop-
erty rights (Thomas calls
them loopholes) to the De-
partment of Community Af-
fairs, and then ask for some
of it back, and it will make it
better then they have to be-
lieve in the Easter Bunny.
Richard J. Gilmore

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Submitted photo
Troop Leader Lara Walsingham and Brian Richter of Submitted photo
Chipley National Guard unit were responsible for getting Girl Scout Troop 287 on an outing at Shipwreck Island
Girl Scout cookies to our men and women in Iraq. in Panama City with Troop Leader Lara Walsingham.

Cookies on the way
to the troops
Soldiers in Iraq will enjoy
a taste of home in coming
weeks, thanks to members
of Girl Scout Troop 287.
Troop Leader Lara Wals-
ingham sent letters to area
businesses asking them to
purchase boxes of Girl Scout
Cookies to be sent overseas.
That fund raiser was suc-
cessful, she says.
"With each box opened,
memories of home will

abound with thoughts of
family and friends that will
put smiles on each soldier's
face along with the great
taste of their favorite cook-
ies," she explained.
Girl Scouts is a nonprofit
organization. Each troop
depends on cookie sales and
other fund-raisers in order to
buy supplies for their meet-
ings and pay for any activi-
ties the troop has throughout
the year.
Cookie sales this year
were not as good as previous

'H' Club banquet set
Holmes County High School "H" Club banquet will
be held Friday, September 14, at the Holmes County Ag
Center. The doors will open at 2 p.m. and a catfish dinner
will be served at 5 p.m. All past members and current let-
termen of any sport are invited to attend. For reservations
call Tommy Jenkins at 547-9754 after 5 p.m. or Fred Howell
at 547-3882.

Sing on August 31
Bethlehem United Methodist Church will host a sing
Friday, August 31, at 7 p.m. Special guest will be "Gospel
Harmoniers". Refreshments will follow the sing. Everyone
is invited to attend the sing and fellowship. The church is lo-
cated nine miles northwest of Bonifay, just off Hwy. 177.

Cub Scout membership drive
Now is the time to join the fun and excitement of Amer-
ica's foremost youth program for boys, Cub Scouting. A
sign-up night will be held at 6 p.m. on Thursday, August 30,
in the cafeteria at Kate Smith Elementary School. Topics
being discussed will be the calendar for the year, scheduled
activities for the year including camping trips to Family
Camp, the USS Alabama, and Gulf World, and registration
Designed for boys 6 to 10 years of age, Cub Scouting
combines outdoor activities, sports, academics and more in
a fun and exciting program that helps families teach ideals,
such as honesty, good citizenship, and respect.
Boy Scouts of America is composed of more than 1.27
million volunteers working together for the sole purpose of
helping its more than three million youth succeed in life.
For more information, call Jim Sapp, cubmaster for
Chipley Pack 339, or Jennifer Sapp, assistant cubmaster,
at 638-2448.

AA meetings scheduled
Alcoholics Anonymous meetings will be held at New
Life Assembly of God Church, 695 5th Street in Chipley
on Tuesday and Thursdays at noon.
AA meetings will also be held at First Presbyterian
Church, 658 5th Street in Chipley on Tuesdays and Fridays
at 8 p.m. Call 850-638-8999 for more information.

Life Line Screening
People living in and around the Chipley area can be
screened to reduce their risk of having a stroke, heart attack
or bone fracture. Life Line Screening will be held Sept. 5 at
First Assembly of God Church on 567 Main Street, begin-
ning at 10 a.m.
Four screenings are available for $129. They take less
than an hour to complete.
For more information regarding the screenings, or to
schedule an appointment, call 1-800-697-9721. Pre-registra-
tion is required. You may also visit the online press room lo-
cated on Life Line's web site: www.lifelinescreening.com.

Cemetery work day
Gap Pond Cemetery committee will hold a workday to
clean the cemetery on September 15 beginning at 9 a.m.
There will be potluck lunch for those wishing to stay.
Donations for the upkeep of the cemetery are still being
accepted. For more information call Margaret Riley at 638-
3073 or Lowell Johns at 638-0247.

New library hours
New hours will be in effect at Washington County Library
in Chipley.
The library will be open Monday through Thursday from
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday hours will be 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The facility will be closed Saturday and Sunday.

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years and they had a lot of
unsold cookies, according
to Walsingham. More than
15 cases of cookies were
left unsold. Response to the
letters was overwhelming as
local businesses came to the
girls' rescue.
"Due to their generosity
and the help of the Chipley
National Guard Armory, all
the extra cases of cookies
were shipped to soldiers in
Iraq," she said.
"I am so grateful for the
kindness and willingness in

our community to help not
only my Girl Scout Troop,
but also the soldiers in Iraq,"
Walsingham continued. She
thanked all of those who
participated in the Scouts'
"Touch of Home" project.
"Without the help of our
community for the past six
years, we would not have
been able to continue our or-
ganization," she explained.
"I am so proud of each one
of my Girl Scouts and look
forward to many more years
with Troop 287."

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Leadership training at T.J. Roulhac Center

T.J. Roulhac Enrichment
and Activity Center is cur-
rently accepting applications
for an exciting new after-
school program for children
eight years old and older.
LEADER, Learning Ef-
fective Alternatives to De-
linquency and Environment
Restraints, offers a variety of
classes to motivate students
and stimulate their quest for
learning. "Effectiveness of
this program will result in
an improved self-esteem and
a decrease in delinquency
among our children," said
Sallie Johnson. Classes in-
*Athletics involving all
aspects of the sports such
as basketball, football, vol-
leyball, tennis, soccer and
*Visual arts to include
drawings, painting, and
*Performing arts - dra-

matic expressions of poetry
and plays.
*Media to provide train-
ing in advertising including
TV production.
*Educational classes such
as reading and tutorial ser-
*Music to provide in-
structions and performance
on different musical instru-
*Workshops will be pre-
sented on a wide variety of
subjects such as nutrition
and the harmful effects of
obesity, safety, anti-drug
use and other informative
All classes are free. They
will meet Monday-Thursday
from 3-6 p.m.
Enroll by calling 638-
2115 or visit the center lo-
cated at 651 Pecan Street
between the hours of 10 a.m.
to noon and 3-6 p.m. Mon-
day through Thursday.

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Washington County is considering changing the use of land within the area shown within the map in this advertise-
In accordance with the Regular Amendment Review Provisions of the Florida Administrative Code a Review Pub-
lic Hearing will be held by the Washington County Planning Commission (the designated Local Planning Agency) and
the Washington County Board of County Commissioners to solicit public comment concerning the proposed Land Use
Change/Comprehensive Plan Amendment.
A Public Hearing to review these proposed changes will be held on September 11, 2007, at 5:00 PM or as soon there-
after as possible at the County Commissioners Meeting Room, 1331 South Boulevard, Chipley, Florida. All interested
members of the public are encouraged to attend.
A Public Hearing to review these proposed changes will be held on September 27, 2007, at 5:00 PM or as soon there-
after as possible at the County Commissioners Meeting Room, 1331 South Boulevard, Chipley, Florida. All interested
members of the public are encouraged to attend.
Information concerning the proposed land use change is available for review at the Washington County Board of
County Commissioners Office at 1331 South Boulevard, Chipley, Florida.

PARCEL D - Proposed Change from Agriculture/Silviculture <
and Conservation to Planned Unit Development (to include . - .
Conservation.) Petition for Land Use Change Submitted by J
Ron Thomasson, Petitioner on behalf of Pine Log Creek, LLC, /
Owner. -. , \
The purpose of this Land Use Change/Comprehensive Plan --_/ -<- v / _
Amendment is to allow for the development of a residential sub- -.
division and Golf course.
The parcel is described as follows: \ /
PARCEL I . / /
Lots I and 2 of the original Government survey, Section 13, .
Township 1 South, Range 17 West Washington County, Florida. i
The North 1/2 of the Northeast 1/4; The Southwest 1/4 of the
Northeast 1/4; The North 1/2 of the Southeast 1/4; the Southeast '-l--. - -- -- -
1/4 of the Southeast 1/4; the Southeast 1/4 of the Southwest 1/4;
the Southwest 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4; the Northeast 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4; the Southwest 1/4 of the Northwest V4; The
North 1/2 of the Southwest 1/4; the Southwest 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4, and the East 1/2 of the South-
east 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4, all in Section 12, Township 1 South, Range 17 West, Washington County, Florida. Less and
except any portion that lies within the road right-of-way.
Commencing at the Northwest corner of the East 1/2 of the Southeast 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 of Section 12, Township
1 South, Range 17 West, thence run east 295 feet; thence run South 295 feet; thence run West 295 feet; thence run North
295 feet to the Point of Beginning. Being in and part of the East 1/2 of the Southeast 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 of Section
12, Township 1 South, Range 17 West, Washington County, Florida.
The West 100.00 feet of the Southwest 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 of Section 12, lying south of Strickland Road (unim-
proved county maintained road); and the West 100.00 feet of the Northwest 1/4 of the Southwest 1/4 of Section 12, all lying
and being in Township 1 South, Range 17 West, Washington County, Florida.
The Southeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of Section 12, Township I South, Range 17 West, Washington County, Florida.
Contains 632.08 acres more or less.
A verbatim record of these proceedings will not be kept. It shall be the responsibility of any person deciding to ap-
peal any decision made by Washington County with respect to any matter considered at this public hearing, to insure that
a verbatim record of the proceedings is made.


Page 6A Washington County News S p o r ts August 29, 2007

Jay Felsberg/WCN/HCTA
Walton's Tarrell Bramlett rolls out against Holmes
County in Friday night's jamboree.

Braves beat Blue Devils

in jamboree action

Terry Barner/Florida Freedom
Vernon's Geo Works, left, drags Bozeman's Jace Wade out of bounds during the first half of their preseason game
Friday at Bozeman. Works rushed seven times for 51 yards including the touchdown, and had an additional 55
yards receiving on five catches.

Bozeman edges Vernon in preseason action

Florida Freedom
The Vernon Yellow Jack-
ets dropped their preseason
kickoff classic to the Boz-
eman Bucks on the.-road
Friday night. Bozeman quar-
terback Andrew Brannon
connected with Kevin Swin-
ney late in the fourth quarter
to seal a 20-19 defeat for the
Yellow Jackets.
The Bucks went ahead
early when Brannon con-
nected with Brett Shumate
in the right corner of the end
zone two minutes into the
first quarter. Nick Peterson
had a 23-yard run on that
drive setting up Brannon,
who stepped up in the pocket
to find Shumate.
The Yellow Jackets pulled
within 14-7 in the third quar-
ter when Geo Works ran it in
from the three. Works rushed
seven times for 51 yards in-
cluding the touchdown, and
had an additional 55 yards
receiving on five catches.
In the third quarter, Ver-
non quarterback Joshua
Boyett, who had 84 yards
rushing, spearheaded a smart
drive to get his team within
14-13. First he scrambled for
45 yards, and then kept for

Terry Barner/Florida Freedom
Vernon's Tremin Hill runs during the first half of their
preseasonn game Friday at Bozeman.

eight more. Boyett handed
off to Works for 10 yards to
set up first-and-goal from
the five, and on the next
play Nick Hicks swept right
from his wingback position
to score. Boyett attempted
to get Vernon the lead on
a conversion run, but was
stopped by Bucks' defend-
ers Coby Mongold and Luke
"It is pretty hard to pre-
dict the outcome of a game,

we thought going for two
was the smartest thing to do
at the time," Vernon coach
Russ Rogers said. "Overall
we played well with a few
miscues. We will just have
to find a way to get the ball
Hicks was stopped on
third-and-goal from the 8
by Mason Bennett and Jace
Wade in the third quarter. On
fourth down, Boyett found
Jerel Peterson who made a

diving catch in the end zone
for a touchdown as the Jack-
ets took the lead 19-14.
The Bucks sputtered on
their next two possessions,
but gave themselves another
chance by stopping the Yel-
low Jackets with an inter-
ception by Wade, setting
up the winning drive. With
less than three minutes to
go, Brannon connected with
Swinney on consecutive
plays that got the Bucks to
the Vernon 30.
Bozeman stayed on the
ground with Brannon to
move to the Jackets' 15, but
a holding penalty pushed the
Bucks back to the 25. On
third down, Brannon found
Swinney for the score.
On Vernon's final pos-
session, linebacker Harris
Scruggs scooped up fumble
by Works and the Bucks ran
out the clock.
"Our defense played well
and kept some of their ex-
plosive players from burn-
ing us," Bozeman coach
Loren Tillman said. "But in
a nutshell, you can't ask our
defense to play any better
than they did."
Vernon opens its regular
season against Chipley on
Friday night.

Florida Freedom
Here's an indication of
how Holmes County's Fri-
day night played out. The
scoreboard went out in the
second half of a kickoff clas-
sic against Walton. That was
the best thing that happened
to the Blue Devils all night.
Holmes County was inept
on offense early, and the
expected strong suit for the
team, its defense, became a
group of innocent bystanders
against the Braves' potent at-
tack. Walton scored on four
of six first-half possessions
en route to a 34-0 rout.
"It was nice to see that
kind of production, espe-
cially since the kids worked
so hard in the spring and
the summer," Walton coach
Lenny Jancowski said. "Ev-
ery one of their efforts is
definitely something I'm
proud of, but we still have
some improvements to make
before next week."
Walton held a 27-0 ad-
vantage and tallied 228 total
yards in the first half: Hol-
mes County didn't register a
single first down and totaled
minus 18 yards during the
same span.
"That was about as bad
a beating as I've taken,"
Holmes County coach Andy
Howell said. "They are a
better team than us and they
showed that."
The scoreboard malfunc-
tion occurred after Justin
Chrishon bulled his way in
from three yards for the final
score of the half. Perhaps
mercifully, the scoreboard
stayed glowing at 20-0 in-
stead of 27-0.
Holmes County's busiest
player, Brad White, punted
seven times, played on de-
fense and also ran the ball
three times for minus-two
Holmes County returned
in the second half with more
intensity on the sideline
despite the deficit. Its first

possession resulted in the
first of two first downs after
Devin Bice hauled in Mat-
thew Carroll's pass, slipped
a tackle and raced for a
potential score. However,
Larel Jackson stripped the
ball after a 44-yard gain and
Walton recovered.
The only Holmes County
player with positive numbers
before Bice's grab was full-
back Kyle Griffin, who had
nine yards on four carries
in the first half and finished
with 10. Carroll was better in
the second half, completing
four of eight attempts for 72
yards and an interception.
Walton's second- and
third-stringers patrolled the
field early in the second
half. The Braves' production
wasn't nearly as impressive
Their starting quarterback
Tarrell Bramlett was 11 of
14 for 129 yards. He hooked
up with Beau Rushing for
his longest, attempt of 39
yards. Bramlett added 42
yards rushing, including a
two-yard run for Walton's
second TD.
Braves' running back Is-
sac Jackson led all rushers
with 56 yards and two TDs,
with a third called back due
to holding. Larel Jackson
added 42 yards and also
tossed a 74-yard TD pass to
William Brock in the fourth
Holmes County came
close in the fourth quarter
driving from Walton's 47 to
the 24, but the drive ended
on a turnover, just like the
previous two had. It was that
kind of night.
"We didn't play well,
but you can't take anything
away from them," Howell
said. "Hopefully we can
learn from this and come
back with the physicality that
Walton showed.
"It used to be that Holmes
County used to be the team
doing the striking. They
were the ones that did the
striking against us."

Chipley falls to Niceville in jamboree .

Florida Freedom
Friday's Kickoff Classic
was a chance for Niceville's
fans to get a glimpse of the
Eagles' revamped offense
and defense. The Eagles
accomplished exactly what
they wanted: to leave their
faithful yearning to see
Niceville's first-team of-
fense scored on three of its
five possessions, while the
first-team defense suffocated
Chipley in a 40-28 victory.
The second half was re-
served for the first-team
Niceville's first-unit of-
fense, showcasing the new
spread attack, needed just
over a minute to score on its
first possession. Quarterback

Josh McDorman scrambled
for 19 yards then hit Taylor
Noon with a 29-yard touch-
down pass.
McDorman connected
with Rick Whiddon on the
two-point conversion to
tie the score at 28, and the
Eagles went ahead for good
on their next possession as
Mc-Dorman fired to Brooks
Perry for a 13-yard touch-
McDorman completed
6-of-10 passes for 129 yards
and three touchdowns. His
final touchdown pass went
to Kody Williams for 25
Niceville's first-team de-
fense dominated its half,
smothering the Tigers into
negative-six yards. Chipley
did remove several first-
teamers in the third quarter.

"I think we did a good
job," linebacker Chaz Nich-
ols said. "The second half
we just had to get more
penetration. That's mainly
what our whole defense was
trying to do."
Along with the 129 pass-
ing yards, Niceville's first
team also ran with author-
ity, adding 85 yards on the
ground that would have been
higher without some sacks.
"It's a good start for our
first game, but we need to be
better," said fullback Jason
Lentz, who led Niceville
with 40 rushing yards on
four carries. "I expect us to
get better as the season goes
along, but it was a good
Niceville's first-team of-
See TIGERS, page 7A

Nick Tomecek/Florida Freedom Newswire
Niceville's Kody Williams gets away from Chipley's Rush Bhakta for a big gain Friday
night during the Kick Off Classic in Niceville.


Wednesday, August 29, 2007 Washington County News, 7A


Nick Tomocek/Florida Freedom Newswire
Freeport's Drew Farris runs through a hole in the Cottondale defense Thursday night
during the Kickoff Classic in Freeport.

Hornets come from behind to beat Freeport

Florida Freedom
Cottondale spotted Free-
port 10 points and then came
roaring back behind the play
of Dezmond Gray to beat the
Bulldogs 16-10 in the Kick-
off Classic on Thursday.
Despite the loss, Freeport
coach Jim Anderson was
happy with what he saw.
"We got a lot of good work
tonight," he said.
"We got to play a lot of
guys and give them some
Freeport took advan-
tage of Hornet miscues to
build the 10-0 lead halfway
through the third quarter.
Spencer Martin's 24-yard
field goal with 7:06 left in
the second quarter was the
only score of the first half.
Martin's kick capped a 12-
play drive that was set up by

Thomas Coleman's recovery
of a James Oliver fumble.
The Bulldogs turned back
the Hornets again with 3:32
in the half when Logan
Caudill recovered a Dante
Davis fumble at the Bulldog
10. With 5:26 left in the third
period, Caudill was at it
again. The senior intercepted
a Ronald Shores pass and
returned it 43 yards for the
"Logan's interception
was huge because we didn't
get much out of our offense,"
Anderson said. "We just
weren't very consistent on
offense and couldn't come
up with the big play when
we needed to."
After that it was all Cot-
Jacob Herring returned
the ensuing kickoff out to the
Hornet 48. It then only took
the Hornets four minutes

to go the 52 yards for the
touchdown. The big plays of
the drive were a 25-yard pass
from Shores to Herring and
a 12-yard strike from Shores
to Gray.
Facing a third and goal
at the one-yard line, Shores
went for the quarterback
sneak and seemed to be
But before the whistle, he
somehow managed to get the
ball to Gray who scampered
around the right side for the
Once again it was Shores
and Gray leading the way
on the final scoring drive for
the Hornets. Shores hit Gray
with a 40-yard pass, moving
the Hornets from their own
24 to the Bulldog 36.
Four plays later Shores
hit Gray with an eight-yard
scoring pass to seal the vic-

The first annual Young
Guns Superstar Classic, 14-
and-under baseball tourna-
ment will be held Sept. 28
and 29 in Vernon.
All teams are welcome.
Team entry fee will be
For more information,
contact Chris Farrar at 850-
260-9309 or 850-415-1997.

Chipola Showcase
Chipola College High
School Showcase is a great
opportunity for players to
showcase their skills and be
evaluated by JUCO and Di-
vision One coaches, as well
as professional scouts. It
will be held Saturday, Sept.
15, at the Chipola Baseball
facility on College Street in
"We are expecting any-
where from 50 to 100 pro
and college scouts to be
in attendance," a spokes-
man said. "This is a great
opportunity for players to
gain the exposure needed to
showcase their talents."
Players must be juniors or
seniors and currently a mem-
ber of their varsity baseball
team. They should dress
in their baseball pants and
take their own bats, spikes,
gloves, hats, protective cups
and so forth.
Daily schedule includes
8 a.m. check in; 9 a.m. skill
evaluation in running, out-
field, infield and hitting;
11:45 a.m. lunch (bring
your own); 12:30 p.m., skill
evaluation (pitching and
catching). Showcase will be
held rain or shine. An indoor
facility is available.
Registration deadline is
Sept. 14. Cost is $85 per
player. Send registration
form with check made pay-

able to Chipola Baseball to:
Chipola College Baseball
Office, Attn: Jeff Johnson,
3094 Indian Circle, Mari-
anna, FL 32446.
Registration may be made
by calling 850-718-2332.
Parents should contact
Chipola Baseball for a reg-
istration form.

Labor Day
Golf Tournament
Deadline for entering the
Labor Day Golf Tournament
at Dogwood Lakes Golf
Club in Bonifay is Aug.
31 at noon. It will be held
Sept. 3.
Entry fee includes golf,
cart, lunch and prizes. The
format will be a four-person
Cash and prizes will be
given for first-, second- and
third-places, and closest to
the pin for men and ladies.
For more information,
call 547-4653.

for VHS volleyball
Merchants and/or indi-
viduals may help the Lady
Jackets volleyball team by
sponsoring Game Balls dur-
ing the 2007 season.
"Participation will enable
merchants or individuals
to express their support for
Lady Jacket volleyball and
gain valuable exposure op-

portunity to all fans at each
match," a spokesman said in
making the announcement.
Game Ball sponsors will
pay $25. Their names will be
announced before each game
(a match consists of the best
three of five games), provid-
ing a minimum of three (3)
games for the supporters to
be announced.
All money will go directly
to expenses for the team.
Businesses or individuals
wanting to become sponsors
shou! pick up a Game Ball
sponsor form at the high
Vernon High School is
located at 3232 Moss Hill
Road in Vernon. The phone
number for more informa-
tion is 850-535-2046.

Softball league
The HCRA is holding .
sign ups for a Men's Softball
League and Co-ed Softball
League. The cost will be
$350 per team.
Teams may be sponsored
by a business, church or
individually organized. The
season will consist of at least
16 games, with a post-sea-
son tournament.
All games will be played
at the Holmes County Rec
Anyone interested, or
for more information, call
Kristen, at 638-5511 or 850-
258-1389 or Melea, at 850-

Tigers lose close one to Sneads

The Graceville Tigers
played their preseason Kick-
off Classic with Sneads last
Thursday night in Sneads,
losing 21-18. The Tigers had
bad news before the kickoff.
Starting QB Lee Steverson
and running back J.J. Laster
did not dress out.
After the kickoff by Josh-
ua Taylor, the Tigers forced
the Pirates to punt. The punt
rolled dead at the eight-yard
lirie. On first down and 10,
quarterback Justin Miles was
sacked in the end zone for
a safety, giving Sneads two
points at 10:01.
Graceville's Stephen
Burdeshaw punted from the
20. Pirate Alex Perry took
it in at the 18 and raced 82
yards for the touchdown.
Andrew Rodgers added the
PAT and the Pirates had a
9-0 lead at 9:43 in the first

Continued from page 6A

fense never punted but did
lose two fumbles. Overall,
the team lost five.
"Special teams are always
a concern this early and turn-
ing the ball over," Niceville
coach John Hicks said. "We
did some good things. Obvi-
ously, we played a lot better
defense in the second half
with our ones. "Offensively,
I thought we did some really
good things and some really
bad things."
In the first half, Niceville
had special teams lapses and
lost two fumbles to help Chi-
pley to a 28-20 lead.

On the second play of the
second quarter, Alex Perry
punted for the Pirates. Miles
took it in near the 50, and
raced into the end zone for
the Tigers' first score. The
two-point conversion failed
and the score was Pirates
At the 3:52 mark, Burde-
shaw's punt was fumbled
by a Pirate at their 25. On
third-and-six, Miles pitched
out to Treyshaun White who
went 21 yards for the score.
Again the two-point conver-
sion failed, leaving the score
12-6 Tigers.
At the 1:09 mark,
Graceville's Darnell Laster
intercepted a Taylor Edge
pass and took it down the
field 60 yards before being
dragged down. The Tigers
were flagged for holding
and could not score as time
ran out.
The third quarter was con-
trolled by the Pirates. Sneads

The Tigers, thinner on
numbers, appeared to play
their first-team units against
Niceville's second teams in
the second quarter.
Williams highlighted
Niceville's first half by ex-
ploding up the middle for a
95-yard kickoff return for a
Niceville's second unit
was put in great position by
the junior varsity to start the
second quarter, and quar-
terback Billy Leister took
advantage with a four-yard
touchdown run to give the
Eagles a 13-7 lead.
Junior varsity teams
played the first quarter, and
Niceville's offense capped
a long drive on its first pos-

scored on a drive of 75 yards
and ended in a nine-yard TD
run by Mark Larson. The
PAT was no good and the
score was Pirates 15-12 at
the 8:19 mark.
The second drive went
70 yards and ended in a
35-yard touchdown run by
Lawson. Again the PAT was
no good, leaving the score
21-12 Pirates.
In the fourth quarter, Dar-
nell Laster recovered a Pirate
fumble and the Tigers took
over at the Sneads 23. From
there, they moved the ball to
the two where Leron Hoover
went in for the score. The
PAT was no good and the
score was Pirates 21-18 with
3:27 left in the game. The
Pirates held on for the win.
Graceville will travel to
Bristol this Friday night to
take on the Liberty County
Bulldogs. The Sneads Pi-
rates host the Cottondale

session with a 7-yard scoring
strike from Michael Coelho
to Aaren Moore..
Chipley quarterback Zach
Schaubhut had a 77-yard
touchdown run and threw
touchdown passes to Paul
Hardwick and Tre Jackson
in the second quarter. Two
of those touchdowns came
after Niceville lost fumbles
on a punt return and a rush-
ing attempt.
Chipley running back Joe
Green returned a 97-yard
kickoff for a touchdown and
had two other long touch-
down runs called back due
to penalties, keeping the
Tigers' lead to just a touch-
down at the break.

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.^ ... FHSAA shuffles football districts

Pee Wee football is getting ready to get underway.

Mary Paramore/WCN/HCTA

Pee Wee football getting underway soon

Staff Writer
Chipley's Pee Wee Foot-
ball League began organiz-
ing teams at the end of sum-
mer break.
Practice began Monday,
Aug, 13 with scores of boys
registered to play in one of
three age brackets: the Mites
(ages 7-8), Pee Wee (ages
9-10) and Midgets (ages
Most games are played
against teams from Alabama,
and this year's scheduled in-
cludes play against Slocomb,
Geneva, Wicksburg, Hart-
ford, Samson, Dale County
and Graceville.
Chipley sent teams to the
Super Bowl two years run-

ning, with the Mites winning
the league honor in 2005.
Coaches for 2007 are:
Mites: Brett O'Neal, Shawn
O'Neal, Charlie Williams
and Jason Manning; Pee
Wee: Theotis Lee, Timmy
Hall, Daryl Ford and JT
Woodart and Midgets: Ricky
Smith, Joseph Green and
Jason Hinote.
A jamboree is scheduled
Sept. 8 in Graceville, with
Chipley's Mites hitting the
field at 1:30 p.m.
Admission at games
league-wide is $3 for adults,
$2 for students in grades K-
12. All Mites games begin at
4:30 p.m., Pee Wee games at
6 p.m. and Midgets games at
7:30 p.m.
The 2007 schedule is as

Sept. 15: at Slocomb
Sept. 22: Wicksburg
Sept. 29: at Geneva
Oct. 6: Graceville
Oct. 13: Hartford
Oct. 20: Samson
Oct. 27: at Dale County
Nov. 3: Geneva (play-offs)
Nov. 10: Slocomb (Super
The league's cheerlead-
ing competition has been
scheduled for Oct. 27 in Dale
The league is not affili-
ated with the Chipley Rec-
reation Department.
For more information,
call Howard Helms at 638-

Possum Trot 5K results

Results of the Possum
Trot 5K run/walk.
Overall male: Brian God-
din 18:19
Masters male: Myles Gib-
son 18:35
Grandmasters male: Shel-
ton Ansley 31:11
14-under: 1. Cody Walsh
19:51,2. Brighton Bassinger
15-19: 1. Zalin Smith
19:20, 2. Mark Langhirt
20:59, 3. Sinue Brito
20-24: 1. Justin Mashbum
28:39, 2. Josh White 30:05
25-29: 1. Ryan Lewis
30-34: 1. Lee Moss 22:28,
2. Eric Jeffrey 26:38,3. Paul
King 26:41
35-39: 1. Shawn Justice
32:01, 2. Chad Anderson
40-44: 1. Dale Thomas
19:21, 2. William Hoffman
22:51,3. Rick Hodge
45-49: 1. Michael Mac-
Millan 21:34,2. Hayes Mor-
ris 24:28, 3. Gene
Parsons 25:28
50-54: 1. Stan Lane 21:59,
2. Floyd Coleman 23:05, 3.
Stan Owens 25:13
55-59: 1. Dale Nash 22:11,
2. Joe Edgecombe 22:31, 3.
David Farnsworth
60-64: 1. James Wells
Jr. 26:09, 2. Frank Holley
65-69: 1. Winston How-
ell 24:49, 2. Carl Griffler
Overall female: In-Mi
Matsunaga 22:37,
Masters male: Diane Mor-
ris 23:34
Grandmasters female:
Marty Kirkland 26:25
14-under: 1. Lexy Parsons
29:00, 2. Chelsea Requijo
29:37, 3. Summer
Padgett 42:34
15-19: 1.Kimberly Tomp-
kin 24:37, 2. Amber Long
31:18, 3. Emily Rone
20-24: 1. Liz McGrath
27:38, Kaycee Wilcox 33:26,
3. Theresa White
30-34: 1. Dawn Hersh-
man 23;16, 2. Dustie Moss
33:49, 3. Melissa
Foxworth 35:49
35-39: 1. Gretchen Kai-
nz 25:00, 2. Marla Albert
26:18 t

40-44: 1. Cindy White
25:12, 2. Melissa Laramore
26:37, 3. Anita Patel
45-49: 1. Sophia Smith
50-54: 1. Deborah Ansley
65-69: 1. Carolyn Powell
Finishers: 1. Brain God-
din 18:19, 2. Myles Gibson
18:35, 3. Zalin Smith
19:20, 4. Dale Thomas
19:21,5. Cody Walsh 19:51,
6. Mark Langhirt
20:59, 7. Shelton Ansley
21:11, 8. Michael MacMil-
lan 21:34, 9. Stan Lane
21:59, 10. Dale Nash
22:11,11. Nathaniel Pasman-
ter 22:21, 12. Lee Moss
22:28,13. Joe Edgecombe
22:31,14. In-Mi Matsunaga
22:28, 15. William
Hoffman 22:51, 16. Rick
Hodge 22:53, 17. Floyd
Coleman 23:05, 18. Dawn
Hershman 23:16, 19.
Sinue Brito 23:34,20. Diane
Morris 23:34, 21.
Michael Bernhardt 23:58,
22. Eric Whitaker 24:00, 23.
Hayes Morris
24:28, 24. Kimberly
Tompkin 24:37,25. Winston
Howell 24:49.
26. Gretchen Kainz 25:00,
27. Ryan Lewis 25:07, 28.
Cindy White 25:12,
29. Stan Owens 25:13,
30. Gene Parsons 25:28, 31.
Mike Marchman 25:33,
32. Bill Tompkins 26:05,
33. James Wells Jr. 26:09,
34. Frank Holley
26:16, 35. Maria Albert
26:18, 36. Marty Kirkland
26:25, 37. David
Farnsworth 26:30, 38.
Melissa Laramore 26:37,39.
Eric Jeffreys 26:38,
40. Rozeallan Smith
26:40,41. Paul King 26:41,
42. Carl Griffler 26:43,
43. Anita Patel 27:11,44.
Deborah Ansley 27:12, 45.
Andrea Weckherlin
27:34, 46. Liz McGrath
27:39, 47. Justin Mashburn
28:39,48. Sheri Hall
28:48, 49. Lexy Parsons

29:00, 50. Danny Foxworth
51. John Dove 29:26, 52.
Marc Dolman 29:28, 53.
Stacie Hutchins 29:29,
54. Chelsea Requijo
29:37,55. Josh White 30:05,
56. Amber Long 31:18,
57. Robert Dyle 31:51,
58. Shawn Justice 32:01,59.
Ryan Hodge 32:54,
60. Chad Anderson 33:11,
61. Kaycee Wilcox 33:26,
62. Dustie Moss 33;49,
63. Dan Miner 33:52,
64. Sophia Smith 34:51, 65.
Shawn Powell 35:26, 66.
Carolyn Powell 35:40,67.
Melissa Foxworth 35:49,68.
Denny Chevilott
36:55, 69. Brighton
Bassinger 37:26, 70. Zach
Bassinger 37:27, 71. Emily
Rone 39:07, 72. Cindy
White 39:38, 73. Teresa
White 39:51, 74. Melissa
Thomason 41;51, 75.
Summer Padgett 42:34.
5K walkers
1. Larry Dykes 36:35, 2.
Jerry Parrish 40:08, 3. Haley
Harris 40:55, 4.
Jean Parrish 41:04, 5.
Sharon Pilcher 41:25, 6.
Chad Daniels 41:26, 7.
Stephanie Harris 42:16,8.
Cole Daniels 42:44, 9. Amy
Brasswell 43:07,
10. Michelle Daniels
44:04, 11. Ronna Dykes
44:26, 12. Shelia Benton
45:45, 13. Ashlee Lara-
more 45:44, 14. Michele
Seitz 48:21, 15. Magdalena
Doyle 48:23, 16. Rebecca
Wanamaker 52:46,17. Mary
Wanamaker 53:22.
Fun run
1. Cody Daniels 6:22,
2. Shelby Clark 7:58, 3.
Gumby Weckherlin 8:01,
4. Austen Barfield 8:49,
5. Conner Goddin 9:37, 6.
Kayla Rudd 10:09, 7.
Nate Pasmanter 10:31,
8. Danja Griffler 10:35, 9.
Nathan Glover 16:14,
10. LewisAddyson 16:59,
11. Lila V. 17:06, 12. Doro-
thy Buffin 17:30,
13. Fred Weckherlin

Florida Freedom
Area football fans may
need a locator map to find
out where their favorite team
is playing this season.
The Florida High School
Athletic Association revised
its football district assign-
ments last winter, two years
into a four-year classifica-
tion term.
Cottondale and Gracev-
ille have four new foes in
District 1-1B. The district
turned into only a three-
team race last season when
Apalachicola canceled its
season. Monticello Aucilla
Christian, Quincy Munroe
and Tallahassee schools
FAMU and John Paul II were
moved from District 2-1B
to 1-lB.
Apalachicola and Carra-
belle have merged to form
Franklin County, which
was placed in District 1-1A
alongside Liberty County,
Port St. Joe, Wewahitchka,
Freeport, Jay, Sneads and
West Gadsden. This eight-
school grouping is tied with
District 3-2A for the largest
in the state.
Holmes County and Ver-
non moved from District
2-2B to 1-2B, which also
includes Baker, Bratt North-
view and South Walton.
District 2-2B has four teams,
with Tallahassee Florida
High coming from 3-2B to
compete against Blount-
stown, Bozeman and Chi-
The districts may have
changed, but the playoff
format remains the same this
The top two teams in the
district advance to the re-
gional tournament. District

champions face runners-up
in the opening round.

Area teams' district
Last year's district in pa-
rentheses, if different
District 1-1B:
Cottondale, Graceville,
Tallahassee FAMU (2-1B),
Tallahassee John Paul II
Quincy Munroe (2-1B),
Monticello Aucilla Chris-
tian (2-1B), District 1-1A,
Franklin County (new
school), Freeport, Jay, Port
St. Joe, Wewahitchka, West
Gadsden, Sneads, Liberty
District 1-2B:
Baker, Holmes County (2-

2B), Bratt Northview, South
Walton, Vernon (2-2B)
District 2-2B:
Blountstown. Bozeman,
Chipley, Tallahassee Florida
High (3-2B)
District 1-2A:
Marianna, Pensacola,
Catholic, Walton County
District 1-3A:
Arnold (2-3A), Pensacola
High, Pensacola West Flori-
da Tech, Gulf Breeze
District 2-3A:
Bay, Tallahassee God-
by, Tallahassee Rickards,
Wakulla. East Gadsden
District 3-4A:
Mosley, Rutherford,
Tallahassee Lincoln, Tal-
lahassee Leon. Tallahassee

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Wednesday, August 29, 2007 Washington County News, 9A


Baker and

Young open

law office

in Bonifay

Staff Writer
There was an open house
at the new law offices of
Baker and Young Wednesday
afternoon in Bonifay. The
lawyers are Frank A. Baker
and Brandon J. Young.
Baker, who hails from
Jackson County, has been an
attorney for 30-plus years.
He is board certified in civil
trial law and business litiga-
tion. Baker serves as a me-
diator for the court system
and as an arbitrator. He prac-
tices primarily in civil trials,
property litigation, accidents
and wrongful death.
Young, who graduated
from Holmes County High
School and UF School of
Law, has been a member of
the bar for seven years. He
offers general civil practice
and property transactions
and litigation, including ac-
cident cases and wrongful
death cases.
"I welcome this firm

Donna Dykes/WCN
Holmes County dignitaries, friends and business members attend the ribbon-cuttingl
ceremony conducted by the Development Commission and Chamber of Commerce
Aug. 22 at the Law Offices of Baker and Young on Etheridge Street in Bonifay.

to our county and will be
pleased to work with them,"
said Holmes County Judge
Owen Powell.
"Our community is al-
ways proud to see one of
our own, such as Brandon
Young, return home," added
Circuit Judge Allen Reg-
Jim Brook of Holmes
County Development Com-
mission and Chamber of
Commerce, said his office

"was very pleased to an-
nounce the location of the
new partnership," which
is convenient being "right
across the street from City
Hall," according to Bonifay
Mayor Frederic L. Howell.
The two attorneys have
worked together for the past
three years. They share a le-
gal assistant and receptionist,
Wanda Smith, who has ties
to Holmes County through
her daughter, Sheri Ernst,

and grandchildren, Emily
and Joshua, who make their
home in Bonifay
The building housing the
law offices of Baker and
Young is located at 204 Har-
vey Etheridge Street in Bon-
ifay. It is closed Thursdays,
but is open for business
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday and 1-5
p.m. on Friday.
The phone number is 850-

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range will be coming soon.

Workforce programs available at Chipola
Fall academic classes at Chipola College began Monday,
Aug. 20; however students may continue to register for
several Workforce Development programs throughout the
Workforce programs include: Automotive Technology,
Computer Systems Technology, Corrections, Cosmetology,
Culinary Management, Electronic Technology, Firefighting,
Law Enforcement, Nursing Assistant and Welding. Many
workforce programs offer open enrollment which allows
students to register at any time during the semester.
Two new workforce programs-Masonry Apprentice
Training and Surveying and Mapping Technology-- are now
accepting students.
Chipola's open-door policy guarantees acceptance to any
student with a standard high school diploma. Prospective
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hours prior to the meeting time.

Students at Vernon High School in grades ten through
twelve were eligible for an FCAT incentive trip if they scored
at least one of the following on FCAT in March of the last
school year: 3.0 on Reading, Math, Science or a 3.5 on Writ-
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10A, Washington County News, Wednesday, August 29, 2007


W.J. Barfield
When Nicole Barefield
was named publisher of the
Washington County News in
January of this year, I imme-
diately thought of the name,
Willie J. Barefield, a long-
time friend of mine from
Bay County days. Nicole
was transferred here from
the News Herald in Panama
City where she had worked
for many years.
When I met Nicole and
inquired of her possible con-
nection to W.J. Barefield, as
he was known, she replied,
"Yes, he was my father-in-
law!" Nicole was married
to Tom Barefield, a Bay
County school teacher, who
passed away last year.
W.J. Barefield worked a
full career in law enforce-
ment with the Bay County
Sheriff's Office. He served
under Sheriffs M.J. (Doc)
Daffin, Charlie Abbott, Tul-
lis Easterling and Lavelle
Pitts. His duties were a com-
bination of civil deputy and
bailiff for the circuit court.
The bailiff's job included
being in charge of jury pan-
els, directing witnesses to
the proper waiting areas
and generally maintaining
order and decorum in the
W.J. Barefield's immacu-
late dress was his trademark.
He wore dark, two-piece
suits, complete with colorful
matching ties. His younger
brother, Russell Barefield,
worked in the mens' wear
department of Schneider's
Department Store, and later
for Ty's Toggery, and was
possibly the source for W.J.'s
"sharp dress."
Barefield's outfit always
included an appropriate hat,
which set him apart among
all others in the courtroom
setting of Bay County.
I don't really know how
many years W.J. Barefield
worked. He was there when I
arrived in March 1959 as the
newest, and only, probation
and parole officer for Bay
County. He remained on
the job when I departed the
Bay County Courthouse in
March 1970.
During the time frame
of 1959 to 1970, the court
proceedings in Circuit Court
were formalized by Circuit
Judge E. Clay Lewis Jr.,
presiding judge. It was at
this time that the opening
and closing of court session,
as well as other functions
of the court, became more
structured and formal.
This procedure included
the wearing of robes by
judges, in addition to the
outcry of the court officer
in his announcement of the
presiding judge's arrival for
a court session.
W.J. Barefield was the first
person I ever observed carry
out the procedure when the

the Bond" of a defendant
who failed to make a court
appearance after posting a
bail bond.
The bailiff would walk to
a window, open it and repeat
loudly over the courtyard,
"John Doe come into this
court or your bond will
be estreated," followed by
"XYZ Bonding Company,
bring the body of John Doe
into this court or his bond
will be estreated."
At the time the new pro-
cedures were initiated in Bay
County, W.L. Fitzpatrick and
Robert L. McCrary Jr. were
serving as Circuit Judges in
the 14th Judicial Circuit. The
three judges all went along
in complying with the newly
established court rituals.
As time went on, formal

Jay Felsberg/WCN
The 1986 El Camino Chevrolet truck now owned by Washington County News Pub-
lisher Nicole Barefield.

court opening, complete
with the wearing of the robe,
was applied in county court.
This was the procedure when
the "prattler" had the distinc-
tion and honor of serving as
county judge in Washington
As I recall, the bailiff's
impressive chant in the
opening of the court session
when I was sworn in went:
"Everyone please rise!! Hear
ye! Hear ye! the County
Court of Washington County
is now in session. Anyone
having business before this
court, draw nigh and you
shall be heard. God save the
United States of America
and this Honorable Court -
The Honorable W.L. Bailey
Judge Bailey immedi-
ately turned the ceremo-
nial proceedings over to my
brother, Honorable Clyde B.
Wells, who was designated
to carry out the investiture
service for me.
Sad to say, both Judge
W.L. Bailey and my brother
met tragic deaths while still
actively serving as circuit
court judges.
When I entered office,
Henry Day, who served
as a dispatch 'officer in the
Washington County jail,
also performed the duties of
bailiff for both county and
circuit court sessions. Later,
Joyce Pelfrey was the court
bailiff in conjunction with
her assignment as jail ad-
ministrator for Washington
Since the murder of Judge
W.L. Bailey in the Gulf
County Courthouse in 1988,
security in all courthouses in
the circuit has been drasti-

cally tightened. Each of the
11 circuit judges within the
14th Judicial Circuit now
have their own assigned per-
sonal full-time bailiff. Each
county court judge also has
an assigned bailiff on duty at
all times in every county.
Many of the courthouses
presently have electronic
screening devices of each
person entering the facility,
and more stringent protec-
tion in the court system will
soon be forthcoming.
Much of the information
in today's writing came to
my mind after seeing a par-
ticular vehicle on one of the
"prattler's" many weekly
visits to the News office.
A few clays ago, I ob-
served a beautiful, show
room clean, tan in color, El
Camino Chevrolet parked
in front of the Washington
County News office on Rail-
road Avenue. Upon inquiry,
Nicole Barefield confirmed
my thoughts. The rare, well-
kept classic Chevrolet was
the last vehicle owned by her
father-in-law, W.J. Barefield.
It is a 1986 model and has
the.unheard-of low read-
ing of 27,000 miles on the
I told Nicole to add my
name to the list of interested
purchasers when she got
ready to sell the eye-catch-
ing vehicle. She assured me
that the list of admirers is a
long one already.
Writing on this topic puts
my mind in a flutter of many
other interesting people I
knew and worked with dur-
ing my 11-year tenure as
probation and parole officer
in the Bay County Court-

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One of the best known
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in Bay County during my
time there was the long-time
sheriff, M.J. (Doc) Daffin. I
came to know him person-
ally and he always treated
me with courtesy and with
the utmost respect for the job
I was doing.
It may well be that I will
tackle an article on the life
and times of the late Sheriff
M.J. (Doc) Daffin in future
See you-all next week.

Submitted photo
County Judges Perry Wells and Tom Ellinor at the retire-
ment reception for WJ. Barefield, who is also pictured.
W.J. Barefield worked a full career in law enforcement
with the Bay County Sheriff's Office.

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On Tuesday, October 2, 2007, a General Election will be held for the
Town of Caryville at Caryville Town Hall, 4436 Old Spanish Trail,
Caryville, Florida. Term of office expires for the following positions:
Council Member Seat No. 2, Council Member Seat No. 3 and Council
Member Seat No. 5. These offices will be opened to qualified candi-
dates. Qualifying for these offices will begin at 8:00 a.m. Monday, Sep-
tember 10, 2007, and end at 12:00 p.m., Thursday, September 13, 2007.
The qualifying fee for each office is $100.00. Those wishing to qualify
may do so with the Town Clerk at Caryville Town Hall during the above
stated time period.

The Voter Registration books will close on September 4, 2007. All town
residents within the town limits of Caryville, who are registered to vote
by September 4, 2007, are eligible to vote in this election regardless of
where you live in the town.

Town elections are non-partisan and political affiliation does not apply.

Please contact Jewette Tadlock, Town Clerk at (850) 548-5571 should
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Jamboree action
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man. The Yellow Jackets open the regular season against Chipley Friday night.

2007 NWFCR Rodeo Pageant coming up soon

Holmes County High
School Blue Pride Band
Boosters will hold their
annual Northwest Florida
Championship Rodeo Pag-
eant at the Holmes County
High School Auditorium on
Saturday, Sept. 22.
The pageant begins at
1 p.m. for ages 4-9, -and
the pageant for ages 10-21
begins at 6 p.m. Admission
for the pageant is $4 for ages
9 and up and $1 for ages 8
and under.
This pageant is a fund-
raiser for the Holmes County
High School Blue Pride
Band Boosters.
Pageant entry fee for
all age groups is $35. If
you have if two or more in
the same family in the five
youngest categories you will
receive a discount of $5 per
child. Below is a list of the
ages for each category:
Ages 4-5: Tiny Miss
NWFC Rodeo Queen
Ages 4-6: Littlest NWFC
Rodeo King

RMS news
Roulhac Middle School
teacher Kim Daniels says
the RMS Website has been
updated for the new school
year. Residents are invited
to visit it for new school
information, including the
hew daily schedule.

File of Life
File of Life, a small dura-
ble file where medical'infor-
mation can be stored, offers
help for Emergency Medi-
cal Services personnel and
hospital admissions when
an elderly person becomes
ill and unable to speak for
themselves. It is a program
for Washington County resi-
dents and is sponsored by the
sheriff's office, Washington
County Council on Aging
and Emergency Medical
There are two medi-
cal cards. The smaller one
should be filled out and
placed in the small plastic
holder. For more informa-
tion, call 638-6217.

Reunions at
local schools
*The Chipley High School
Class of 1995 is planning a
get-together at the Shrine
Club on November 10.
At this time we are col-
lecting donations to cover

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west Florida Championship Rodeo. Here are 2005 Miss
Rodeo Catherine Tinsley and court.

Ages 6-7: Littlest Miss
NWFC Rodeo Queen
Ages 7-9: Little NWFC
Rodeo King
Ages 8-9: Little Miss
NWFC Rodeo Queen
Ages 10-12: Young Miss
NWFC Rodeo Queen
Ages 13-15: Jr. Miss

food and entertainment and
any contact information
available on former class-
Please contact Liza
Campbell Tice for more
information, 326-7447 or
dishon95 @bellsouth.net.
*The Vernon High School
Class of 1997 is now in the
process of locating class
members' updated contact
information for the upcom-
ing 10 year reunion in the
fall of 2007.
If you are a member of

NWFC Rodeo Queen
Ages 16-21: Miss NWFC
Rodeo Queen
All registrations will be
held at the Holmes County
High School Auditorium
and rehearsals will take
place during registrations.
Below are the dates of the

the VHS class of 1997 please
contact Andrea Gainey at
andreagainey @ bellsouth.
*The Vernon High School
Class of 1992 is now in the
process of locating class
members' updated contact
information for the upcom-
ing 15-year reunion in the
fall of 2007. If you are a
member of the VHS class of
1992 please contact Buddy
Hagan at vhs 1992@hotmail.
*The Chipley High School

Tuesday, August 28, 5:30
p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, September 8, 9
Tuesday, September 11,
5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, September 15,
9-11 a.m.
A late registration will be
held on Tuesday, September
18, from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. A
$10 late fee will be added
to all registrations received
after September 11.
Applications can be
picked up at Bonifay City
Hall, the Holmes County
Chamber or by visiting the
Northwest Florida Cham-
pionship Rodeo website at
If you have any questions,
call the Bonifay Kiwanis
Club office 850-547-5363
during the day or call HCHS
Blue Pride Band Boosters
President, Candi Meeks 850-
263-7664 in the evening.

class of 1962 will celebrate
its 45th class reunion on Nov,
9-10. Local class members
are in the process of plan-
ning activities and updating
home and email addresses.
Any member of this class
having information regarding
a classmate, contact Carolyn
Kowitz Heath at 773-3100
or ccheath40@bellsouth.net.
The next planning meeting
will be August 23, 6 p.m. at
the Chuckwagon Restaurant.
All classmates are encour-
aged to come.

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Heritage Book available again - hurry!
A shipment of 125 additional copies of the popular
Heritage of Washington County has arrived. Books are
available by calling Perry Wells at 638-1016 or by mailing
perry1000@bellsouth.net. Price of the book remains $64.20
for those picked up in Chipley, and $70 for those mailed.
Wells will mail your book to you. Call or email him imme-
diately as he already has orders for 42.

NFCH offers diabetes classes
Northwest Florida Community Hospital Education
Department is the recipient of a Department Of Health
Diabetes Prevention and Control Program Diabetes Grant.
The Diabetes Support Group will meet the third Tuesday
of the month at the Northwest Florida Community Hospital
Conference Room. Meetings will start at 5:30 p.m. No
registration required.
Any person living with a diabetic individual, taking care
of anyone living with diabetes, or has been diagnosed with
diabetes themselves are all invited to participate.
Professional guest speakers and other health-care profes-
sionals will be presenting throughout the year. The support
group is FREE and open to the public.
NFCH is located at 1360 Brickyard Road in Chipley.
Community Health Worker, Polly Weeks leads the group
and welcomes new members from the community at any
meeting. For more information, contact Heather Shelby,
RN Education Coordinator at 415-8119.

Invitation to gardeners
Meet Colin Adcock, Horticulture Agent for Washington
County. Chipley Garden Club is sponsoring a"Pot Luck" lun-
cheon on Sept. 5 at the Washington County Public Library,
1444 Jackson Avenue (Hwy. 90) in Chipley
Festivities begin with a social gathering.at 10:30 a.m.
followed by a program at 11 a.m. and then lunch.
One of the main purposes of the Chipley Garden Club
is to stimulate the knowledge and love of horticulture and
gardening by menas of educational meetings. For more
information call Catherine Nelson at 638-4117.

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12A, Washington County News, Wednesday, August 29, 2007

2007 United Way Campaign readies

for kick-off in Washington County

2007 marks the 75th an-
niversary of United Way - an
agency doing a magnificent
job for community based
agencies across the United
The United Way of North-
west Florida will start its
2007 Campaign to raise
$150,000 in Washington
County on Sept. 6 with a
7:30 a.m. Kickoff Breakfast
at the Washington County
Council on Aging on South
The campaign will run
Sept. 6 - Nov. 15.
Local agencies receiving
funding through the 2007
Campaign include:
SAmerican Red Cross
*ARC of Washington-
Holmes Counties, Inc.
SBASIC of Northwest
Florida, Inc.
S*Boy Scouts of America,
Alabama/Florida Council
*Catholic Charities of
Northwest Florida, Inc.
*Chemical Addictions
Recovery Effort, Inc.
*Children's Home Soci-
ety of Florida, Inc., Emerald
Coast Division
*Covenant Hospice, Inc.
*Elder Care Services,
*Epilepsy Association of
Big Bend, Inc.
*Family Services Agen-

*Girl Scouts of the
Apalachee Bend, Inc.
*Girls Incorporated of
Bay County
*Gulf Coast Children's
Advocacy Center, Inc.
*Habilitative Services of
North Florida, Inc.
*I Can Grow, Inc.
*Life Management Center
of Northwest Florida, Inc.
*Literacy Volunteers of
Washington County, Inc.
*Office of Public Guard-
ian, Inc.
*Panhandle Area Health
Network, Inc.
*The Salvation Army
*The Salvation Army Do-
mestic Violence & Rape
Crisis Program
*Tri-County Community
Council, Inc.
*United Way of North-
west Florida, Inc. First Call
for Help/Volunteer Connec-
tions Program
*Washington County
Council on Aging, Inc.
Through United Way,
people in Washington Coun-
ty can make a real difference
in their communities. Each
county has its own volunteer
leadership, and funds raised
in each county remain there
and are used specifically to
help people in that county.
Agencies receive 82 per-
cent of funds raised, with
5 percent designated for

management; 9 percent to
fund raising; and 4 percent
for United Way programs
and services.
Each county has its own
campaign, so be sure to
designate the county where
you want your money to go
... even if you don't work in
the county where you live,
you can still designate your
contribution to your home
Focused care allows you
to direct your contribution
to specific agencies that help
people in your county.
United Way also honors
designations to unaffiliated
agencies as long as they are
qualified 501(c)(3) nonprofit
VISION: To be the lead-
ing community building,
volunteer force in Northwest
MISSION: To help peo-
ple in our area become more
healthy, self-sufficient and
involved in helping them-
selves and each other.
To give, contact the
Washington County cam-
paign at (850) 832-2919;
make a donation online at
www.unitedwaynwfl.org; or
mail your contribution to
United Way, C/O Gulf
Power, P. 0. Box 604, Chi-
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Arrest report from
the Washington County
Sheriff's Department for
the week of August 20-27,

Gregory Andrews: w/m,
12/26/70; Bonifay; violation
of probation on battery; ar-
rested 8/24.
Robert Barber: b/m,
11/16/70; Crestview; Oka-
loosa County warrant for
worthless checks; arrested
Daniel Baxley: w/m,
10/16/84; Chipley; viola-
tion of probation on bomb
threats; arrested 8/21.
Felisha Blaine: b/f,
6/16/76; Vernon; battery;
arrested 8/24.
Billy Burns: w/m,
7/29/88; Pensacola; Escam-
bia County warrants for
robbery with a firearm, ag-
gravated assault with intent
to commit felony, display of
firearm in the commission of
a felony; arrested 8/24.
Thomas Chambers: w/
m, 2/26/55; Southport; driv-
ing while license suspended
or revoked; arrested 8/24.
Autumn Collins: w/f,
4/16/83; Chipley; Bay Coun-
ty warrant for violation of
probation on larceny, fraud;
arrested 8/22.
Tommy Craig: w/m,
9/28/88; Pensacola; robbery
with firearm; arrested 8/24.
Lisha Dunn: w/f, 9/7/56;
Gadsden, Ala.; violation
of probation on possession
of cocaine, possession of
firearm by convicted felon;
arrested 8/20.
Trevor Edwards: b/m,
3/28/66; Ebro; battery and
aggravated battery; arrested

Nikki Enfinger: w/f,
8/7/68; Chipley; violation of
injunction; arrested 8/24.
Robert Fowler: w/m,
6/23/78; Chipley; possession
of paraphernalia, driving
while license suspended or
revoked, tag attached not
assigned; arrested 8/24.
Raul Garcia: h/m,
12/26/85; Cottondale; op-
erating a vehicle without
license; arrested 8/25.
Kermit Hammonds: w/
m, 9/9/73; Lumberton, NC;
violation of probation on ve-
hicle theft; arrested 8/24.
Timothy Harrington:
w/m, 6/28/60; Caryville;
aggravated assault; arrested
Eric Hawk: w/m,
12/8/69; Chipley; violation
of game and fish rules; ar-
rested 8/21.
Billy Henderson: w/m,
4/11/70; Bonifay; violation
of probation of burglary; ar-
rested 8/20.
Brian Hill: w/m, 7/4/86;
Chipley; breach of peace;
arrested 8/21.
Cindy Hohenberger: w/
f, 2/20/65; Caryville; Santa
Rosa County warrant for
violation of probation on
possession of controlled
substance; arrested 8/20.
Robert Housby: w/m,
10/3/86; Youngstown; pos-
session of marijuana, high
speed flee and elude, reck-
less driving; arrested 8/26.
Otto Mierzejewski: w/
m, 7/25/78; Chipley; bur-
glary; arrested 8/20.
Ramiro Rodriguez: h/
m, 3/11/78; Texas; driving
while license suspended or
revoked, resist officer with-
out violence; arrested 8/25.
William Schulte Jr.: w/

Baby Bash
Holmes County Health Department will be sponsoring a
community yard sale Saturday Nov. 3, from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
in the parking lot between Bush Paint and Bowen Hardware.
This yard sale is for baby and children's items only.
If you would like to sell your unwanted baby/children's
clothing or other items at this event you can pick up a regis-
tration form at Holmes County Health Department to reserve
your table by October 15 or call 547-8500 ext. 246, 247 or
249. You may keep all proceeds you make at this event.
There is not a charge to participate.
We will have information available to the community
regarding Kidcare, Family Planning, Medicaid, Chronic
Disease, Healthy Start, and other children's services. There
will also be refreshments and door prizes.

Things to do in Washington, Holmes and Surrounding Counties
Check out or submit events at www.chipleypaper.com

m, 12/12/80; Youngstown;
possession of marijuana,
high speed flee and elude,
reckless driving; arrested
Genia Stoker: w/f,
7/4/71; Cottondale; contempt
of court; arrested 8/24.
Kevin Wright: w/m,
4/11/80; Clanton, Ala.; vio-
lation of probation on pos-
session of marijuana with
intent; arrested 8/25.
Timothy Young: w/m,
10/22/84; Chipley; driving
while license suspended or
revoked; arrested 8/20.
Ashley Zaykowski: w/f,
2/9/85; Panama City; viola-
tion of probation on posses-
sion of meth; arrested 8/23.

Wil Morales reports that
the response and outcome of
last week's article in the Hol-
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one weekend three k-9 com-
panions were adopted.
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Ward family of Caryville;
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they learned about Ben's
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important that we recognize
all the efforts of our media
supporters," said Morales.
Ben's Place will celebrate
its one year open house anni-
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for November 2007. They
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Gulf Power notice
Gulf Power Chipley office will
open at 9:30 a.m., not 8:30 a.m., on
Thursday, Aug. 30. "We apologize
for any inconvenience," said a
company representative.

Cub Scout membership
drive at KMS
Now is the time to join the fun
and excitement of America's fore-
most youth program for boys, Cub
Scouting. A sign-up night will be
held at 6 p.m. on Thursday, August
30, in the cafeteria at Kate Smith
Elementary School. Topics being
discussed will be the calendar for
the year, scheduled activities for
the year, including camping trips
to Family Camp, the USS Alabama,
and Gulf World, and registration
Designed for boys 6 to 10 years
of age, Cub Scouting combines
outdoor activities, sports, academ-
ics, and more in a fun and exciting
program that helps families teach
ideals, such as honesty, good citi-
zenship, and respect.
For information, call Jim Sapp,
Cubmaster for Chipley Pack 339,
or Jennifer Sapp, Assistant Cub-
master, at (850)-638-2448.

Gross book signing
Local author Marilyn Gross will
host a book-signing Sept. 7, 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m. at the Washington County
Chamber of Commerce offices at
685 7th Street in Chipley. Her book,
A Cold Day in the Windy City, will
be available for sale.

Cane Grinders Opry
The Cane Grinders Opry is
coming to Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement September 1, 6:30 p.m.
featuring Easy Company with guest
Gary Watterson Covenant Quartet,
Swift Water, Peggy Cox and Sue
Bradley and Faye Smith.
Hamburgers, drinks, and other
refreshments will be available.
Tickets are $5. All proceeds go to
the restoration of the Clubhouse
(Log Cabin).

Model train show
The 17th annual Wiregrass
Model Railroad Show and Sale
will be held Saturday, Sept. 15,
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday,
Sept. 16, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in
Dothan, Ala. The show site is the
main exhibit building at the Na-
tional Peanut Festival Fairgrounds,
three miles south of Dothan on US
Highway 231.
Admission is $5 for adults. It is
free for children age 12 and under
with an adult.
More than 40 tables of model
railroading equipment and supplies
are expected to be available from
dealers from throughout the South-
east. Several large model railroad
layouts also will be on display, and
in operation throughout the day.
Hourly door prize drawings will
be held and concessions will be
available .For information, contact
Danny Lewis at 334-790-6284 or
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Staff Writer
Readers who viewed amateur
photos posted online selected three
photographs taken by two Chipley
residents as winners in an amateur
photography contest sponsored by
the Washington County News and
other area newspapers owned by
Freedom Newspapers, Inc.
First place winner Rhonda
Landon moved to Chipley to live
near relatives while her husband is
deployed to Iraq. Her photo, shot
in black and white and submitted
in the Pets and People category,
featured her three children and a
Labrador retriever named Hoss
playing on family property.
"My father thought the photo
expressed true emotion," she told
Newspapers in Education Coordi-
nator Erin Ossewaarde in a recent
Landon added, "At first, pho-
tography was just something I did
for fun, to catch special memories
and keep for a lifetime. Everyone
kept telling me how great my
photos were and asked me if I
considered doing it for a living."
Family encouragement spurred her
to enroll in the New York Institute
of Photography. "I now well that it

Bonifay Nursing & Rehab fall festival
The Family Council for Bonifay Nursing & Rehab will hold its
seventh annual Fall Festival on Saturday, Sept. 8.
"The past four festivals were very successful with funds utilized to
improve the residents' quality of life," a spokesman said.
This year's events will include arts and crafts, entertainment by lo-
cal talent, barbecue chicken dinners, a bake sale, door prizes, a raffle
and silent auction.
Family Council is asking residents to donate items for door prizes
and/or the silent auction.
"By donating. community members will know that you support the
residents of Bonifay Nursing & Rehab," the spokesman explained.
For more information, contact Family Council President Alice Ja-
cobs at 547-2579 or Monica Kirk, activities director, Bonifay Nursing
& Rehab, at 547-9289.

Chipola Artist Series opens this week
Chipola College Artist Series opens Tuesday, Aug. 28, at 7 p.m., with
"A Memorable Musical Soiree," featuring Chipola's music faculty.
The display which includes original works by two of Chipola's
adjunct art instructors: Jacki Boulanger (pictured) and Chuck Carbia
will be open to the public weekdays through Aug. 30.
Chipola College is situated at 3094 Indian Circle in Marianna. For
information, go to www.chipola.edu/schlact/perfacts/artistl.htm.


Top left, first place photo in the
Pets and People category, taken
by Rhonda Landon. Top right,
sixth place photo in the Catch
All category by Healther Shelby
Bottom left, fourth place photo
in the Catch All category, also by

is never too late in life to pursue a
career that you are truly passionate
about. I look forward to pursuing
Landon received a $75 gift cer--
tificate to the Panama City Mall and
was featured in the Keepsake Tab
for the contest.
Heather Shelby was Chipley's -
second winner, placing fourth and : - -
sixth in the contest's "Catch All"
category. Her top photograph fea--
tured her children, Triston, 10, and
Emily, 7, playing in water under -
the Camp Helen pier at Panama
City Beach.
"I love the way the water splash-
es up in that photo," Shelby said.
Her other winning snapshot, an-" " -
other black and white winner, fea- -
tured her husband playing bass.
Shelby is the education coordi-
nator at Northwest Florida Com-
munity Hospital in Chipley, but in
her spare time teaches fellow scrap-
bookers photography techniques.
"I show them how to get more"
out of a photo to tell the story they
want to tell," she said.
Freedom Newspapers, Inc. is the
owner of the Panama City News-
Herald, Washington County News,
Holmes County Times-Advertiser -
and other northwest Florida news-
papers of record.

Our first photo of the week is Eastern Tiger Swallowtail, taken by
a reader named by Hope. To submit your photo, go to
www.chipleypaper.com, click on News, then Photo Galleries.

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Joslyn R. Morris
Joslyn Raeleen Morris of Chipley celebrated her first
birthday recently. The daughter of Jason and Heather Mor-
ris was born June 7, 2006.
She is the granddaughter of Ray and Kathy Morris of
Chipley, Mike and Robin Adams of Bonifay.
Great-grandparents are Colon and Margie Hartzog of
Chipley, Cassie, and the late Vernor Harris, of Caryville.

Ethan Delane Caruso
Greg and Tracy Caruso announce the birth of their son,
Ethan Delane. He was born August 7 at Southeast Alabama
Medical Center in Dothan, Ala., and weighed 7 pounds, 7.5
ounces and was 21 inches long.
Ethan was welcomed home by his grandparents Dorthy
and Danny Caruso of Ponce de Leon and Mark and Miriam
Erickson of Bonifay. Also on hand were his Uncle Tony
Caruso, Uncle Clint and Aunt Melissa Erickson and Paul,
all of Bonifay.

McKinley Quemarian Sorey
Kamari Sorey announces the birth of her son McKinley
Quemarian Sorey. He was born on July 27 at Jackson Hos-
pital in Marianna and weighed six pounds, seven ounces and
was 21 inches long.
His grandmother is Donna Dixon and his great-grand-
mother is Flora Kate Dixon.


City of Graceville sponsors
Harvest Festival pageant
The 27th annual Graceville Harvest Festival Beauty
Pageant, an open pageant, will be held Sept. 14 and 15, at
6:30 p.m. in the Graceville Civic Center.
Entry fee is $50 with all proceeds going to Graceville
Harvest Day celebration. Entries should be filed, along
with entry fee, by the Sept. 7 deadline. Make checks pay-
able to the City of Graceville and mail applications to Bush
Paint and Supply, Attention Teresa Bush, pageant director,
971 Sixth Avenue, Graceville, FL 32440.
Winners will receive a large trophy, large crown and
banner. Alternates and participants will receive trophies.
Photo packages will be available. Door admission will be
$4 for all adults, with the exception of contestants. Admis-
sion is free to children, three years and under.
There will be a people's choice award in each age cate-
gory. This has no effect on the overall winners. The contes-
tant from each age category who collects the most money
will win the people's choice title for that age category and
will receive a trophy the night of the pageant.
For more information, contact Teresa Bush, days, 850-
263-4744; nights 850-263-3072. Or call Michelle Watkins,
City of Graceville, at 850-263-3240.

Huey and Belinda Evans of Ponce de Leon announce the
engagement of their daughter, Christie Michelle, to Daniel
Bradley of Westville.
Michelle is the granddaughter of the late Hubert and Es-
telle Evans of DeFuniak Springs. She works at the Book-
store in DeFuniak and graduated from Chipola College
with an associate of arts degree in history.
The prospective groom is the son of Shannon and Jody
Bradley of Black, Ala. and the grandson of the late Dalton
and Betty Bradley of Westville. He is employed at Reliable
Foods and is pursuing a bachelor of science degree in com-
puter science at Troy University.
The wedding is scheduled to take place in October.

Helms earns CPC credential
N MIRyan N. Helms, CPC, has
been awarded the Certified
- - Professional Coder creden-
tial after successfully pass-
ing the national certification
According to the US De-
partment of Labor national
demand for coders will in-
crease 36 percent or more
through 2010.

Marianella Reategui of Manassas, Va., and Chad Lau-
rence Joyner, also of Manassas, were joined in marriage
May 26 at Yorkshire FreeWill Baptist Church. Pastor Lon-
nie Salyers officiated at the 2 p.m. double-ring ceremony.
The bride is daughter of Miguel Reategui and Carola
Reategui of Peru. She was escorted by her brother, Alan
The groom is son of Wanda Joyner of Wausau and Larry
Joyner of Chipley.
Carola Reategui served Marianiella as matron of honor.
Bridesmaids were Mandy Emperatriz Piazza, Erlin Ven-
egas, Cristina Leon and Carolina Coleman.
Flower girls were Sabrina Emperatriz Piazza, Malika
Tamara Piazza and Gabriela Gonzales. Madison Redus was
The groom's father, served as best man. Groomsmen
were Thad Enfinger, Giovanni D. Piazza, Guillermo Calde-
ron and Mark Sturdivant.
The bride attended San Martin College in Peru where
she graduated in 1995.
Chad graduated from Vernon High School in 1997. Ide
is the grandson of the late Roy Carter of Wausau and Annie
Bell Carter, the late Clevos Joyner of Bonnett Pond, and
Urmer Jean Haddock.
The newlyweds plan to make their home in Manassas.

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CLOSED-Vernon Li-
brary, Wausau Library.
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes
County Library open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes
Council on Aging provides
hot meals and socialization.
11 a.m.-Washington
Council on Aging (located in
Chipley) senior lunches, for
reservations call 638-6217,
donations accepted.
Noon-Bonifay Kiwanis
Club meeting, held at Blitch's
Restaurant, located in Bonifay.
1 p.m. - Line dancing,
Washington Council on Aging
in Chipley
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 Anony-
mous meeting, held at Ponce
de Leon Methodist Church, lo-
cated on Main Street in Ponce
de Leon.
7 a.m.-Holmes County
Chamber of Commerce
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes
County Library open.

Chipola Area Board of Realtors meet

The Chipola Area Board Corbin, Jr., Holmes County
of Realtors met August 16th property appraiser, Wendy i. , \ ' '
at Tony's Restaurant for Demaray of Sugar Sands - , - ,
their monthly general lun- Appraisal, Harold Moore, i "'w
cheon meeting. AMC Overhead Doors,
Four Realtors were rec- Bonifay and Susan Darling

ognized as members of the
Florida Association of Re-
altors annual Honor Society
for 2006. They are first year
Angela Daniels, third year
Cindy Birge, Ouida Morris
with 19 years and Gina Stu-
art 21 years.
Five new affiliate mem-
bers were introduced; Otis

and Brenda Ramseyer of
Darling and Ramseyer Ap-
praisals, Marianna. Speaker
for the meeting was Rodney
Andreasen, Jackson County
emergency manager. An-
dreasen spoke on hurricane
preparedness and gave an
overview of the current hur-
ricane season forecast.

Submitted photo
Pictured left to right are FAR Honor Society members, Gina
Stuart, Cindy Birge, Ouida Morris and Angela Daniels

Guardian Ad Litem training Sept. 10

Imagine how it is to be a
child who is caught in cir-
cumstances that are beyond
your control and having no
voice in the decisions that
affect your life; to have to
worry about things like if
you will have a home, when
and if you will be able to
communicate with your sib-
lings, and visitation. Imag-
ine how stressful and diffi-
cult it is for the child who
has been the victim of abuse
and neglect. In our commu-
nity there are many children
who need your help. -

The Guardian Ad Litem
program needs community
volunteers to help advo-
cate for these children. The
training is free and volunteer
hours are flexible. It only
takes a few hours a month
to help change the course of
the life of a child in need.
The Guardian Ad Litem
program will hold a training
class starting Sept. 10 at the
Chipley office. The training
is free and volunteer hours
are flexible. For more infor-
mation, call 850-638-6043.


Finch reunion
The William Dallas Finch
Descendants' Association has
planned a Sept. 1 reunion for
descendants of the late William
Dallas Finch at the Washington
County Agriculture Center,
1424 Jackson Avenue (High-
way 90 west) in Chipley.
Everyone is asked to ar-
rive around 11 a.m. and enjoy
a social before lunch, which
will be served at noon. Bring
a well-filled basket to share. If
you have photos or other items
to display, please bring them.
Photos will be taken after
lunch and everyone is asked to
stay for them. For information,
call Finch at 850-638-5307.

Finch reunion
The 23rd annual Daniel
Finch reunion will be held Sat-
urday, Sept. 1 at Blue Pond,
Highway 77, Chipley. Festivi-
ties will begin at 10:30 a.m.
Everyone is invited to attend

and enjoy visiting with friends
and family. Bring southern
food to share along with your
swimsuit and towel.

Noma reunion
The annual Noma Com-
munity Reunion will be held
Saturday, Sept. 1, in the Noma
Town Hall, which will open at
10 a.m. Lunch will be at noon,
and there'll be entertainment
by "Trinity," a group starring
Quincy Carnley, Randall and
Charlie Hinson.
All past and present resi-
dents and their friends are in-
vited to attend. Bring a well-
filled basket. Soft drinks, ice,
cups, plates and eating utensils
will be furnished For informa-
tion call 850-263-3200.

Baxley reunion
The William B. Baxley re-
union will be held Saturday,
September 1, beginning at
10:30 a.m. Take favorite dishes

Members of the Vernon class of
1960 meet, greet, have fun

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to share.
Relatives and friends are
welcome. It will be at the home
of W. F. and Laura Mae Baxley
in Leonia community, 1154
Gillman Road, Westville.

Burgess reunion
The descendants of Hiram
M. Burgess and Martha Ovella
Spears Burgess will hold their
annual reunion, Sunday, Sep-
tember 2, beginning at 10 a.m.
at the Pine Log Volunteer Fire
Department, approximately 12
miles north of Ponce de Leon,
on Hwy. 81.
Take a covered dish for the
noon meal. If you have any
old family photos you wish to
share take them too. For infor-
mation call 850-956-4292.

The Worthington family re-
union will be held October 13
at noon in the Hinson Cross-
roads Fire Department build-
ing. Be sure to take a covered
dish and any old family pic-
tures to share.
For more information, call
John Worthington at 535-0310
or Donald R. Smith at 373-

CHS 1977
The CHS Class of 1977
will hold its 30-year reunion
Nov. 9 at Chipley High School.
For information, contact
dcorbinl 1206@yahoo.com.

Nimitz reunion
The USS Nimitz (CVN-
68) Association is looking for
shipmates (ship's company,
staff, squadrons and detach-
ments) who served on board
the Nuclear Attack Aircraft
Carrier for a ship's reunion in
Nashville, Tenn.
For more informa-
tion contact Joe Brunner at
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Vernon High School Class of 1960 recently held a class
reunion. It has been 47 years since the boys pictured
above graduated.

Below, the girls of Vernon High School Class of 1960
look good at their class reunion..

1 p.m.-Washington Coun-
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9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Li-
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9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon Li-
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10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes
Council on Aging provides
hot meals and socialization.
10:30-11 a.m.-Chipley Li-
brary preschool storytime.
11 a.m.-Washington
Council on Aging (located in
Chipley) senior lunches, for
reservations call 638-6217,
donations accepted.
1 p.m.-6 p.m.-Wausau Li-
brary open.
6p.m.-TOPS meeting,held
at Mt. Olive Baptist Church,
located three miles north of
Bonifay on Hwy. 79.
6:15 p.m. - The Washing-
ton/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 Anony-
mous meeting, held at Blessed
Trinity Catholic Church in

8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anony-
mous meeting, held at New
Hope Volunteer Fire Station,
located on Hwy. 2 in Holmes
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes
County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon Li-
brary open.
9:30 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley
Library open.
10 a.m.-5 p.m.-Wausau
Library open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Homes
Council on Aging provides
bingo, exercise, games, activi-
ties, hot meals and socializa-
10:30-11 a.m.-Wausau Li-
brary preschool storytime.
11 a.m.-Washington
Council on Aging (located in
Chipley) senior lunches, for
reservations call 638-6217,
donations accepted.
7 p.m. - Slocomb VFW
dance until 10 p.m. Music by
the Country Boys. Admission
$5; Children 12 and under free
with parents. No smoking or
alcohol. Door prizes and 50/50
giveaways. Refreshments
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anony-

mous open meeting, held at
Presbyterian Church in Chi-
CLOSED: Wausau Li--
8 a.m.-12 noon-Holmes
County Library open.
9 a.m.-12 noon-Vernon
Library open.
9 a.m.-12 noon-Chipley
Library open.
8 p.m.-Alcholics Anony-
mous meeting, held at Beth-
lehem Masonic Lodge, lo-
cated on Hwy. 177 in Holmes
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anony-
mous meeting, held in the
board room at Graceville Hos-
pital in Graceville.
4-6 p.m.-Conversational
English classes for interna-
tionals, held at Shiloh Baptist
Church. Contact church office,
638-1014 or Karma Cook,
CLOSED: Holmes Coun-
ty Library, Vernon Library,
Wausau Library.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Li-
brary open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes

Council on Aging provides
bingo, exercise, games, activi-
ties, hot meals and socializa-
11 a.m.-Washington
Council on Aging (located in
Chipley) senior lunches, for
reservations call 638-6217,
donations accepted.
6 p.m - 7:30 p.m.-Salva-
tion Army Domestic Violence
and Rape Crisis Program
(SADVP) will be hosting a do-
mestic violence support group
each Monday. The meeting
will be held at the SADVP
Rural Outreach office at 1461
S. Railroad Avenue, apartment
one, in Chipley. Call Emma or
Jess at 415-5999.
6:00 p.m.-Bonifay City
Council meeting.
6:30-8:30 p.m.-Conver-
sational English classes for
internationals, held at Shi-
loh Baptist Church. Contact
church office, 638-1014 or
Karma Cook, 638-8418.
7 p.m.-Vernon City Coun-
cil meeting.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anony-
mous meeting, Blessed Trinity
Catholic Church, located on
Hwy. 177A, Bonifay.
8 a.m.-5 n.m.-Holmes

County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon Li-
brary open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Li-
brary open.
9:30 a.m.-4 p.m.-Wausau
Library open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes
Council on Aging provides
hot meals and socialization.
11 a.m.-Washington
Council on Aging (located in
Chipley) senior 'lunches, for
reservations call 638-6217,
donations accepted.
12 noon-Chipley Kiwanis
Club meeting.
6 p.m.-Holmes County
Commission meets fourth or
last Tuesday
6:30-Washington County
Republican Party meeting
held at 794 Third Street in
7:30 p.m.-Wausau Ma-
sonic Lodge meeting.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anony-
mous closed meeting, held at
Presbyterian Church in Chi-
8 p.m.-Narcotics Anony-
mous meeting, held at Blessed
Trinity Catholic Church in

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New family at BCF's Shepard's Cottage

The Baptist College of
Florida is pleased to wel-
come Garland and Jean
Jones the newest resi-
dents of the Shepherd's
Cottage in Heritage Vil-
lage. The Jones' heard
about Shepherd's Cottages
while pastoring a church in
Greenville. They had been
thinking about semi-retire-
ment, and after hearing
BCF President Dr. Thomas
A. Kinchen speak at an as-
sociational meeting, they
thought BCF was where
they needed to be.
The Jones' began their
ministry in 1963 when Gar-
land completed seminary in
San Francisco, Calif. They
served churches in Oregon
and Louisiana, six differ-
ent churches in the Tupelo,
Mississippi area, and two

churches in Alabama, be-
fore ending up in Green-
ville. They have one son,
two daughters, nine grand-
children, and six great-
grandchildren, all of whom
will be joining them to cel-
ebrate their fiftieth wedding
anniversary in September.
"We're not ready to quit
completely," Jean said. "We
just needed to slow down a
little bit." Both are excited
about their new life in the
, Shepherd's Cottages. Gar-
land said he was available
to supply or interim in the
Graceville area if the op-
portunity arises.
Having just sold their
family home in Marion
County, Ala., "we wouldn't
have had any place to go
otherwise." The Jones'
are thankful for their new

home. "We have to pinch
ourselves every once in
a while," Garland said.
"We're very happy."

BCF students begin first week

Submitted photo
Dr. Thomas A. Kinchen
speaks at the first chapel
service of the BCF school

The Baptist College of
Florida in Graceville kicked
off the first week of class the
week of August 13. High-
lights of the week included
three chapel services led by
:BCF President Dr. Thomas
A. Kinchen, a back-to-
- school luau, and an ice-
cream social and band con-
-cert provided by the Baptist
- Collegiate Ministries.



Helen Hodge

Are Youth

Ecclesiastes 12:1 says
this, "Remember thy Creator
in the days of thy youth....."
We as parents must teach this
to our children if we expect
to train them up to follow
God with all of their heart. If
we don't, do that ourselves,
then we can't blame our
offspring. That tells me, the
Lord expects the children to
be obedient to their parents,
as well as to Him. He did not
say to wait until they are al-

Kinchen spoke from the
book of Philippians during
all three chapel services.
He opened on Monday by
stating his priorities as first,
Christ above all; his wife,
Ruth Ann, and his children
and grandchildren second;
and BCF third, saying he
considers the students to
be his family. Address-
ing new students, he asked,
"How will you live now
that you're here, victorious
in Christ or a victim?" To
be a victor, Kinchen elabo-
rated, you must have confi-
dence in Christ, surpassing
the circumstances of your
life. According to Kinchen,
"Victory in Jesus is all that is
acceptable if we're going to
'Change the World Through
the Unchanging Word �'."
On Tuesday, Kinchen
continued in Philippians by
expressing that it is not im-
portant that people notice
you, but it is essential that

most grown to teach them. If
we do, then we parents will
answer to God for it. When
you stand before God on
Judgment Day, parents, you
will stand there to give an
account to God, for the way
you have taught the children.
He does not expect the chil-
dren to be telling the parents
what to do or how to do! Af-
ter you teach them the right
way, then they are definitely
accountable to God.
The age of accountability
is different with some of our
children, because some chil-
dren learn and understand
things at different ages. We
cannot set an age, say twelve
years old, and expect every
child to know and under-
stand all things at this age, it
depends on the child.
Let me give you an ex-
ample. We have two sons
who understood things dif-
ferently. Most of our older
son's school years, he would
wake up with a tummy ache,
a head-ache, a toe ache or
some other excuse to stay
at home, away from-school.
Does that sound familiar to
any of you? Of course I came
to realize over time, that he
simply did not want to go to
school, even though we told
him he had to go anyway. I
guess it sounded heartless to
him but I began telling him,
"You can hurt at school, just
as good as you can at home.

they meet your Savior. In
order to be out of your mind
and into the mind of Christ,
Kinchen said that you must
have a mind of self-denial,
service, suffering, and seren-
ity. The chapel week closed
on Wednesday as Kinchen
encouraged BCF students
to remember that they are
citizens of the kingdom of
heaven and companions of
the King. He ended with the
same point he used to open
the week, that as Chris-
tians we have confidence
in Christ and can trust Him
The praise and worship
service during the three days
of chapel was led by BCF
music chair Dr. Don Odom
and Prof. Ron Branning, ac-
companied by the student
praise team, Male Chorale,
and the BCF College Choir.
The BCF back-to-school
Luau provided by Valley
Food Services for the stu-

Thank the Lord, he finally
His younger brother start-
ed the same thing when he
was in the second or third
grade. I thought, "oh no, it's
happening again!" Then after
a couple of years, he went off
to summer camp at a Church
Of God, youth camp. While
he was there he gave his
heart to the Lord, Praise God!
When he returned home, he
told me; "Mom, I'm not go-
ing to give you a hard time
about going to school, any
more." He never did again,
thank God, and he went on to
graduated from high school
also. I believe the difference
in the two brothers, was that
the younger one dedicated
himself to God at an early
age. Thank God, over time,
all three of our children be-
gan to serve God with all
their heart and they still do,
teaching their children and
their grandchildren, about
God also!!! That is the way
it works.
It is a faith that is passed
down, down, down to our
children, if we want them
to remember their Creator
in the days of their youth!
Many times, children are
never takes to God's House
and taught His Word, and
nine times out of ten, they
never serve God nor teach
their children to. If they don't
wake up and begin to set the


Let Your

Light Shine

Wes Webb

The Most
Caring Child

Author and lecturer Leo

For information on the
Shepherd's Cottages, call
800-328-2660, ext. 446.

of class Buscaglia once talked about
o c ass a contest he was asked to
dents as well as the Gracev- judge. The purpose of the
contest was to find the most
ille community was made caring child. The winner was
complete with barbeque, a four ear old child whose
smoothies, and party favors. n y
and guests next door neighbor was an
Students, faculty, and guests elderly gentleman who had
alike enjoyed the fun and re- recently lost his wife. Upon
laxing evening at Lake Vistaseeing the man cry, the little
The first meeting of boy went into the old gentle-
BCM's Tuesday night in man's yard, climbed onto his
Salpiza, began with an -lap, and just sat there. When
istry, Salpiza, began wit his mother asked him what
ice cream social for students he had said to the neighbor
and faculty. Praise and wor- the little boy said, "Nothing,
ship was led by Facedown, Iust helped him ybo"
BCF senior Kyle Graham's Teacher Debbie Moon's
band. Over 140 people first graders were discussing
gathered for BCM and sang a picture of a family. One
songs to God and spent litte boy in the picture had
time in prayer. AccordMig a different color hair than
to BCM Director Michelle the other family members
Brown, the evening was One child suggested that he
"completely God - the praise was adopted and a little girl
and worship was amazing, was adopted and a little girl
and worship was amazing said, "I know all about adop-
and the prayer time was very tions because I was adopted."
encouraging." i"What does it mean to be ad-
For information on The
Baptist College of Florida opted?" asked another child.
call the Admissions Office "It means," said the girl,"that
at 800-328-2660 ext. 460. you grew in your Mommy's
heart instead of her tummy."
-----.....------- Whenever I'm disap-
right example ahead of them, pointed with my spot in life,
then they and their children I stop and think about little
will end up in hell, with the Jamie Scott. Jamie was try-
devil and his angels; never ing out fo a part ina school
to know God and His love! play. His mother told me that
I hope and pray that anyone he'd set his heart on being
who reads this will turn to in it, though she feared he
God with all their heart. Par- would not be chosen. On the
ents, we are surely account- day the parts were awarded, I
able to God, if our children went with her to collect him
make Heaven their home or after school. Jamie rushed
not. We are accountable, ei- up to her, eyes shining with
their way. Would you rather pride and excitement. "Guess
have pain and sorrow in hell, what Mom," he shouted, and
for eternity; or joy, peace, then said those words that
for eternity; or joy, peace, will remain a lesson to me
and happiness forever with w remana lessonto me
God in Heaven? hI've been chosen to clap and
We know if a child should cheer."
die before his age of account- A lesson in "heart" is my
ability, God would take that little 10-year-old daughter,
child home with Him. How- Sarah, who was born with a
ever, if you don't know the muscle missing in her foot
age of accountability, what and wears a brace all the time.
then would be the destina- She came home one beauti-
tion of the child in that same ful spring day to tell me she
circumstance? It is too im- had.competed in "field day"
portant to take a chance, isn't - that's where they have lots
it? Care enough parents, to of races and other competi-
teach them what the Word of tive events. Because of her
God says. I hope and pray in leg support, my mind raced
Jesus Name that you begin as I tried to think of encour-
to follow His Word closer agement for my Sarah, things
than ever and by all means I could say to her about not
teach these truths faithfully. letting this get her down, but
Remember, Jesus paid the before I could get a word
supreme sacrifice for us; let's out, she said, "Daddy, I won
not let Him or our children two of the races!" I couldn't
down! We are accountable, believe it! And then Sarah
too! said, "I had an advantage.
This message has been "Ah. I knew it. I thought she
provided hv Helen H-nd . must have been given a head

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Jean and Garland Jones, newest residents of the Shep-
herd's Cottages in Heritage Village.


Pastors gather
A barbecue for pastors and worship leaders will be held 6:30
p.m., August 30, at the Trawick Arena, junction of Highway 277
and Highway 280, south of Chipley.
All pastors and worship leaders in Washington, Holmes and
Jackson counties are invited to bring their families.
Those planning to attend the barbecue should call 850-638-
0182, to let them know how many to prepare for.

The Youth Ministry of First Baptist Church in Chipley is sponsoring the Awana Kids Club,
starting August 29 at 5:15 p.m. until pick-up time at 7 p.m. There will be a new class for
one-year-olds. Call for more information, 638-1830.
Check out more faith events at Out & About, a regional events calendar at

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start...some kind of physi-
cal advantage. But again,
before I could say anything,
she said, "Daddy, I didn't get
a head start... My advantage
was I had to try harder!"
An Eye Witness Account
from New York City, on a
cold day in December. A
little boy about 10 years old
was standing before a shoe
store on the roadway, bare-
footed, peering through the
window, and shivering with
cold. A lady approached the
boy and said, "My little fel-
low, why are you looking so
earnestly in that window?" "I
was asking God to give me a
pair of shoes," was the boy's
reply. The lady took him by
the hand and went into the
store and asked the clerk
to get half a dozen pairs of
socks for the boy. She then
asked if he could give her a
basin of water and a towel.
He quickly brought them to
her. She took the little fellow
to the back part of the store
and, removing her gloves,
knelt down, washed his little
feet, and dried them with a
towel. By this time the clerk
had returned with the socks.
Placing a pair upon the boy's
feet, she purchased him a pair
of shoes. She tied up the re-
maining pairs of socks and
gave them to him. She pat-
ted him on the head and said,
"No doubt, my little fellow,
you feel more comfortable
now?" As she turned to go,
the astonished lad caught her
by the hand, and looking up
in her face, with tears in his
eyes, answered the question
with these words: "Are you
God's Wife?"
I share all these stories
with you to remind you how
sweet and precious children
can be. In Psalms 127:3-5
the psalmist says, "Behold,
children are a heritage from
the LORD, the fruit of the
womb is a reward. Like ar-
rows in the hand of a warrior,
so are the children of one's
youth. Happy is the man who
has his quiver full of them;
they shall not be ashamed,
but shall speak with their en-
emies in the gate." However,
in society today many times
children are looked down
upon for the bad things they
get themselves involved in.
But many times I really wan-
der is it really all their fault.
If children were raised by
their parents according to the
scriptures I do not believe
we would have the problems
we do with them. Proverbs
22:6 says, "Train up a child
in the way he should go,
and when he is old he will
not depart from it." Parents
must set the example by the
way they live their life. Chil-
dren need to be taught about
God and what is wrong and
right, and when they break
the rules they must suffer the
consequences. Proverb 22:15
says, "Foolishness is bound
up in the heart of a child; the
rod of correction will drive
it far from him," and Prov-
erb 29:15 says, "The rod and
rebuke give wisdom, but a
child left to himself brings
shame to his mother."
This message has been
provided by Wes Webb,
evangelist, Chipley Church
of Christ, 1295 Brickyard
Rd. Chipley, FL 32428 (850)

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AWANA starts
The Youth Ministry of First Baptist Church in Chipley is
now taking applications for Awana Kids Club.
The club start date is August 29 at 5:15 p.m. until pick-up
time at 7 p.m. There will be a new class for one-year-olds.
Call for more information, 638-1830.

Bethlehem sing
Bethlehem United Methodist Church will host a sing
Friday, August 31, beginning at 7 p.m. Special guest will
be the "Gospel Harmoniers". Refreshments will follow the
sing. The church is located nine miles northwest of Bonifay,
just off Hwy. 177.

Gritney sing
Union Pentecostal Church in Gritney will be hosting their
Fifth Friday Night Fellowship Meeting on August 31 at 7
p.m. Brother Wilbur Hawkins of First Pentecostal Church of
Crestview will be bringing the message. Everyone is invited
to attend and worship. For more information, please contact
Pastor Michael Goodson at 547-5680 or 850-373-7299.

Caryville sing
Caryville Baptist Church, 4210 Old Bonifay Road.,
Caryville, will hold an open mike bluegrass gospel sing on
Friday, August 31, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Anyone interested
in picking or singing is welcome.
Union Pentecostal Church in Gritney will host the Fifth
Friday Night Fellowship Meeting on August 31 at 7 p.m.
Brother Wilbur Hawkins of First Pentecostal Church of
Crestview will bring the message. For more information,

please contact Pastor Michael Goodson at 547-5680 or 850-

Wausau gospel jam
Christian Haven Church will hold a Gospel Jam Saturday,
September 1. A covered dish dinner will be served at 6 p.m.
with the Jam starting immediately after.
Everyone is invited to join in and enjoy an evening of
good gospel music. The church is located about 1 1/2 miles
east of Wausau on Finch Circle. For information call 638-
0836 or 773-2602.

Harris Chapel homecoming
Homecoming for Harris Chapel Holiness .Church will be
held on September 2. Services will start at 10 a.m. with guest
speaker the Rev. Ernest Hodge.
Everyone is invited to attend this celebration followed by
dinner on the grounds. Harris Chapel is located eight miles
north of Caryville on Hwy. 179.

Westville revival
Westville Assembly of God will hold revival services be-
ginning Sunday, Sept. 2 at 11 a.m. and again at 6 p.m. Mon-
day through Thursday services will begin at 7 p.m. nightly.
Rev. Mike White will be the featured speaker. Pastor
Lavon Burke invites everyone to attend. The church is on
Hwy. 181, in Westville. For more information call 535-

Men's conference
Carmel Assembly of God will host its second annual

Men's Conference Sept. 13-15. Theme is "Leaving A Lega-
cy." Special guest speaker will be the Rev. Lee Williams of
Service schedule is 7 p.m. Sept. 13; 10 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Sept. 14; and 10 a.m. Sept. 15.
All men are encouraged to attend this powerful confer-
ence. For more information, call 850-547-3266.'

Bonifay homecoming
Bonifay First United Methodist Church will celebrate
homecoming on Sunday, Sept. 23. All former pastors and
members, and friends of the church are invited to come and
to be a part homecoming.
Worship begins at 10:30 a.m. Former choir members will
be invited join the adult choir. The Reverend Charles Fail,
pastor of Bonifay First Methodist from 1989-1993, will
bring the morning message. Lunch will follow in the fel-
lowship hall.

Giriville Cafe
Something new - Girlville Cafe - will be held 8:30 a.m. to
3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 29, at First Baptist Church on South
Boulevard in Chipley. Tickets will be $15 (lunch included).
After Sept. 10, they will be $20 with groups of 10 or more
receiving two free tickets.
"Come join us for a day at the Girlville Cafe," urges Kim
Bolton, a gifted singer and speaker. With humor and in-
sight about things that women share (fears, food;family and
faith), she will delight everyone with stories that find God
in everyday stuff. Girls of all ages (sweet 16 to 99) are wel-
For more information, call the church office, 638-1830.


African Methodist Episcopal
Grant Tabernacle AME: 577
Martin Luther'King, Chipley. Pastor
is the Rev. Larry Brown.
New Bethel AME: Hwy. 90 in
Bonifay. Pastor is Alice Hennessey.
St. John AME: First and third
Sunday. Pastor Jerome J. Good-
St. Joseph AME: 1401 Monroe
Sheffield Rd., Chipley. Pastor is the
Rev. Roy Hudson.
St. Luke AME: Jackson Com-
munity Road. Jerome J. Goodman
is pastor.
Assembly of God
Bonifay First Assembly: 116
Main St. Pastor is John Chance.
Carmel Assembly of God: Coun-
ty Road 160 in the Bethlehem Com-
munity. Pastor is Tommy Moore.
Chipley First Assembly of God:
567 N. Main St. Pastor the Rev..Dal-
las Pettis.
Cords of Love Assembly of
God: 2060 Bethlehem Road, off
Hwy. 276, in the Kynesville area.
Pastor is Jerry Sanford.
Ebro Assembly of God: Hwy. 79
South. Pastor is Lloyd Lykins.
Faith Assembly of God: Under-
wood Road behind Poplar Springs
School. Pastor is Charles Carlton.
Graceville First Assembly of
God: 5565 Brown Street. Pastor is
Charles Jackson.
Little Rock Assembly of God:
Hwy. 173, six miles north of
Bonifay. Pastor is Josh Garner.
Live Oak Assembly of God: Just
off Hwy. 177-A north of Bonifay.
Pastor is the Rev. Kenneth Martin.
Mt. Olive Assembly of God:
Hwy. 179-A off Hwy. 2. Pastor
Thomas Ealum Jr.
Mt. Pleasant Assembly of God:
Hwy. 179-A, eight miles north
of Westville. Pastor is Terry A.
New Bethany Assembly of God:
Shaky Joe Road just off Hwy. 280 at
Hinson's Crossroads. Pastor is Leon
New Life Fellowship Assembly
of God: 695 5th St., Chipley. Pastor
Vince Spencer
New Smyrna Assembly of God,
Adolph Whitaker Road six miles
north of Bonifay.
Northside Assembly of God:
1009 N Rangeline St., across from
Bonifay Elementary. Pastor Edwin
Smith Chapel Assembly of God:
2549 Smith Chapel Road, just off
Hwy. 177-A. Pastor is George Staf-
Vernon Assembly of God
Church: 3349 McFatter Avenue.
Pastor is the Rev. Wesley Hall.
Wausau Assembly of God: Hwy.
77. Pastor is'Danny Burns.
Westville Assembly of God:
Hwy 181 North. Pastor is Lavon
Winterville Assembly of God:
Dogwood Lakes Road. Pastor Mitch
Abigail Free Will Baptist:
Dawkins Street in Vernon.
Berean Baptist: 1438 Nearing
Hills Road in Chipley. Shane Skel-
ton is pastor.
Wausau First Baptist: Hwy. 77.
Bethany Baptist: 10 miles north
of Bonifay on Hwy. 79. Pastor is Ed
Bethlehem Baptist: Hwy. 177.
Pastor is Dr. Wesley Adams.
Beulah Anna Baptist: Coursey
Road a half-mile off Hwy. 81. Pas-
tor is David Hidle.
Blue Lake Baptist: Southeast
corner where 1-10 and Highway 77
cross on the lake.
Bonifay First Baptist: 311 N.
Waukesha. Shelley Chandler is pas-
Bonifay Free Will Baptist: Cor-
ner of Kansas Avenue and Oklaho-
ma Street. Pastor is Tim Schneider.
Caryville Baptist: 4217 Old
Bonifay Road. Pastor is Aubrey
Chipley First Baptist: 1300
South Blvd. Pastor is Michael Orr.

Chipley First Free Will Baptist:
1387 South Blvd. Pastor is the Rev.
Paul Smith.
Country Oaks Baptist: 574
Buckhorn Blvd., 17 miles southeast
of Chipley off Orange
East Pittman Freewill Baptist:
1/2 mile north of Hwy 2 on 179.
Pastor is Herman Sellers.
Eastside Baptist: Hwy. 277, Ver-
Esto First Baptist: 1050 N Hwy
79. Pastor is Ryan Begue.
Evergreen Missionary Baptist:
Church, Westville.
Gap Pond Free Will Baptist:
1980 Gap Blvd. in Sunny Hills. Pas-
tor is Joe Register.
Gully Springs Baptist: Three
miles west of Bonifay on Hwy. 90.
Pastor Tim Hall.
Hickory Hill Baptist: 1656
Hickory Hill Road (Hwy. 181 N),
Holmes Creek Baptist: Cope
Road northwest of Chipley.
Holyneck Missionary Baptist:
3395 Cemetery Lane, Campbellton.
Pastor Richard Peterson Sr.
Jerusalem Missionary Baptist:
614 Bennett Drive, Chipley. Price
Wilson is pastor.
Leonia Baptist: Church is lo-
cated in northwest Holmes County.
Pastor is Stacy Stafford.
Lovewood Free Will Baptist:
1745 Lovewood Road, Cottondale.
Pastor is Henry Matthews.
Mt. Ararat Missionary Baptist:
1233 Old Bonifay Rd., Chipley.
Pastor is Dr. H.G. McCollough.
Mt. Zion Independent Baptist:
Hwy 2, one mile west of Hwy 79 in
Esto. Pastor is Steve Boroughs.
New Beginning Baptist: 1049
Sanders Ave., Graceville. Pastor is
Rudolph Dickens.
New Concord Free Will Baptist:
James Paulk Road off Hwy. 177.-
Pastor James Carnley.
New Hope Baptist: Intersection
of Hwys. 2 and 179A.
New Orange Baptist: 782 Alford
Road. Pastor is Alcus Brock.
New Prospect Baptist: 761 New
Prospect Road, Chipley. Pastor is
Kermit Soileau.
New Zion Baptist: Hwy. 177-A
north of Hwy. 2.
Noma Baptist: Hwy. 175 north
of Hwy. 2.
Northside Baptist: Intersection
of Hwys. 81 and 90 in Ponce de
Leon. Pastor is Ken Harrison.
Oakie Ridge Baptist: Comer
of Orange Hill and Gilbert's Mill
roads, southeast of Chipley.
Orange Hill Baptist: 3.6 miles
east of Wausau, off Pioneer Road
at 3485 Gainer Road. Pastor Phillip
Piney Grove Free Will Baptist:
1783 Piney Grove Rd, south of Chi-
pley. Pastor is Tim Owen.
Pleasant Hill Free Will Baptist:
1900 Pleasant Hill Rd.
Poplar Head Independent Free
Will Baptist: Poplar Head Road.
Pastor is the Rev. James Pate.
Poplar Springs Baptist: 1098
Lovewood Road, Graceville. Pastor
John Howell.
Salem Free Will Baptist: 2555
Kynesville Road (Hwy. 276) be-
tween Cottondale and Alford. Pastor
is Donnie Hussey.
Sand Hills Baptist: 6758 Hwy.
77. Pastor is T. Keith Gann.
Shady Grove Baptist Church,
1955 Highway 177-A, Bonifay. Pas-
tor, Tim Shumaker.
St. John Free Will Baptist: St.
John's Road, Bonifay.
St. Matthew's Missionary Bap-
tist: 4156 St. Matthew's Road,
Caryville. Pastor is the Rev. James
Shady Grove Baptist Church,
1955 Highway 177-A, Bonifay.
547-3517. Pastor is Tim Shumaker.
Shiloh Baptist: Church located
on Hwy. 277, three miles south of
Hwy. 90 in Chipley.
Shiloh Missionary Baptist: 3013
Moss Hill Road in Vernon. Pastor
Rev. Marcelious Willis Jr.
Sunny Hills First Baptist: 1886

Sunny Hills Blvd. Pastor is Mike
Union Hill Baptist: Hwy. 177, a
mile south of Hwy. 2. Pastor is Mau-
rice Jenkins.
Unity Baptist: 3274 River Road,
Hinson's Crossroads. Pastor is Lind-
sey Martin.
West Bonifay Baptist: 609 W.
Indiana Ave.
Blessed Trinity Catholic: Hwy.
177-A in Bonifay.
St. Joseph the Worker Catholic:
Hwy. 77 South, Chipley.
Church of Christ
Chipley Church of Christ: 1295
Brickyard Road. Wes Webb is min-
Church of God
Bonifay Church of God: Brock
Ave. Pastor is Clyde Ford.
Tabernacle of Praise Church of
God: Hwy. 77 South. Pastor is Vic-
tor Fisher.
Church of God by Faith: 3012-'
Church St., Vernon. Pastor is Elder
T. Powell.
Church of God in Christ
Yes Lord Deliverance Church of
God in Christ: 1229 Jackson Avenue
in Chipley. Pastor is David Woods
Spirit-Filled Church of God
in Christ: 2128 Pate Pond Rd,
Caryville. Pastor is Elder Tony
Church of God in Prophecy
Church of God of Prophecy:
1386 W. Jackson Ave., Chipley. Pas-
tor is Ernest Dupree.
St. Matthew's Episcopal: Hwy.
90 West, Chipley. Vicar is Ward S.
Harris Chapel Holiness: Eight
miles north of Caryville on Hwy.
179. Pastors are the Rev. Norman
and Judy Harris.
Sweet Gum Holiness: 105
Corbin Rd., Cottondale.
Third United Holiness: 608
West 8th Ave., Graceville. Pastor is
Arthur Fulton.
Jehovah's Witnesses
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Wit-
nesses: 2048 Hwy. 77, Chipley.
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Wit-
nesses: Hwy. 90, Bonifay.
Temples are available in Dothan
and Panama City.
Grace Lutheran: Hwy. 90 East,
Bonifay. Interim pastor is Jerry
Mosque available in Blount-
First United Pentecostal: 1816
Hwy. 90 W., Chipley. Pastor is
James Caudle.
First United Pentecostal: 2100
Highway 90 West, Westville. Pastor
Jason Campbell.
Open Pond United Pentecostal:
1885 Hwy. 179-A, Westville. Pastor
is Ray Connell.
Trinity Pentecostal Tabernacle:
Hwy. 77 between Sunny Hills and
Greenhead. Pastor is Larry Wil-
True Holiness Pentecostal: 5099
Little Rock Circle, Ebro. Pastor is
Louis D. Brown.
Turning Point First United Pen-
tecostal: Hwy. 90 West, Chipley.
Pastor is James Caudle.
Wausau Pentecostal Holiness:
2201 Pioneer Road. Pastor is James
Seventh Day Adventist
Bonifay Seventh Day Adven-
tist: 604 Mathusek St. Pastor is Jeff
Bethlehem United Methodist:
Hwy. 177, look for sign.
Bonifay United Methodist:
Oklahoma Street.
Cedar Grove United Methodist:
Two miles west of Miller's Cross-
roads on Hwy. 2. Pastor is John
Chipley First United Methodist:

1285 Jackson Ave.
East Mt. Zion United Method-
ist: Hwy. 173 N., 10 miles from
Lakeview United Methodist:
Hwy. 279 near Five Points, 1970
Lakeview Drive. Pastor Mike
Mt. Ida Congregational Method-
ist: Just off Hwy. 2 in Holmes Coun-
ty's New Hope community. Pastor is
the Rev. Tom Whiddon.
New Hope United Methodist:
State Road 79 south of Vernon.
Orange Hill United Methodist:
Sunday Road off Orange Hill Road.
Pastor is Ron Alderman.
Otter Creek United Methodist:
North of Ponce de Leon off Hwy. 81
(look for sign).
Pleasant Grove United Meth-
odist: 2430 Shakey Joe Road, near
Hinson's Crossroads. Pastor is Mike
Poplar Head United Methodist:
1.5 miles north of Hwy. 2 on Hwy.
Red Hill United Methodist:
State Road 2, two miles west of SR
79. Pastor is the Rev. Buddy Pen-
Vernon United Methodist: Hwy.
79. Pastor is John Kramer.
Wausau United Methodist: Hwy.
Chipley First Presbyterian: Fifth
Street and Watts Avenue.
Sunny Hills Presbyterian: 3768
Country Club Blvd. Pastor is the
Rev. Ruth Hempel.
Courts of Praise: 1720 Clay-
ton Road, Chipley. Pastor is Rick
Family Worship Center: 531
Rock Hill Church Road.
Sunny Hills Chapel: 4283 Hwy.
77. Pastor is William E. Holman.
Northwest Florida Christian
Church: 4465 Hwy. 77.
Amazing Grace Faith Fellow-
ship Assembly: 3253 Hwy. 2. Pastor
is Bobby Tidwell.
New Effort Church: New Effort
Church Road, Bonifay. Pastor is
Brent Jones.
Christian Haven: Finch Circle,
Wausau. Pastor Carlos Finch.
Vernon Evangelistic: Hwy. 79.
Pastor Calvin Sherrouse.
White Double Pond: Pastor is
Michael Monk.
Liberty Church: Creek Road in
Vernon. Pastor is Dennis Boyett.
Graceville Community: 1005 E.
Prim Ave. Pastor Dale Worle .
The Word Church: 335 Alford
Road, Cottondale. Pastors are Bud-
dy and Jeanne Steele.
Grace & Glory Worship Center:
1328 Railroad Ave., Chipley. Pastor
is Debbie Williams.
House of Prayer Worship Center:
763 West Blvd. Pastor is Anthony B.
Northwest Florida Christian
Church: 4465 Hwy. 77 (meets Sun-
days at 6 p.m. for Bible study). Pas-
tor is Fred King.
Moss Hill Church: Second and
fourth Sundays, 2 p.m. Off Hwy.
Cornerstone Harvest Out-
reach: Corner of Reno and Fanning
Branch, Vernon. Pastors are Willis
and Drucile Hagan.
Pine Hill Church: 1675 Robins
Bridge Road, Bonifay. 32425. Pas-
tors: B.T. Owens and James Bush.
Cypress Creek Community
Church: 2.5 miles west of Alford
at 1772 Macedonia Road. Pastor is
James Vickery.
Bonnett Pond Community
Church: 2680 Bonnett Pond Rd. be-
tween Wausau and Vernon. Pastor is
the Rev. Teddy Joe Bias.
The Potter's Hands: Greenhead
at corner of Hwy. 77 and Pine Log
Road. Pastors are Robert and Sheila
Holmes Valley Community
Church: 3550 Fanning Branch
Road, Vernon. Pastors Willis and
Drucile Hagan.
Bonifay House of Prayer: 826 N.

Caryville Rd. Pastor Devon Richter.
Sapp Holiness Church: 2207
Sapp Road, Cottondale.
Faith Covenant Fellowship:
Hwy. 277 half-mile south of I-10.
Caryville Evangelistic Center:
Wright's Creek Road in Caryville,
just north of Hwy. 90. Pastor is
Wayne Brannon.
Hard Labor Creek Community
Church: 1705 Pioneer Road, three
miles east of caution light. Pastor
the Rev. George M. Rogers.
Johnson Temple First Born Ho-

1068 Main Street, Chipley

lines: 793 Orange St., Chipley.
New Faith Temple: 841 Orange
Hill Rd. Evangelist Annie Holmes.
Christian Fellowship Center:
Monroe Sheffield Road, 10 miles
south of Chipley off SR 77. Pastor
is Joseph W. Hrmon.
McQueen's Temple FBC of Liv-
ing God: 5681 Hwy. 79 South, Ver-
non. Pastor is John 0. Brown.
Miracle Valley Spirit of Holi-
ness: 3754 Bunyon Drive, off Hwy.
77 near Sunny Hills. Pastor W.D.

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Doyse L. Wright
Doyse Lavon Wright, 72,
of Esto died Aug. 14 at Doc-
tors Memorial Hospital in
Bonifay. He was born May
8, 1935, in Geneva, Ala., to
the late Jessie Lee and Jose-
phine Blount Wright.
Survivors include his
wife, Minnie Adams Wright
of Esto; a brother and sis-
ter-in-law, Jessie James and
Linda Wright of James-
town, Tenn.; two sisters
and brothers-in-law, Lu-
cille and Quillan Tindell of
Frostproof, Joyce and Gene
Miller of Leesburg; two
sisters-in-law, Ouida Gilm-
ore of Hartford, Ala., Mary
Paul and husband, Julian, of
Esto; brother-in-law, R.B.
Adams of Esto; and three
special great-great-neph-
Funeral was Aug. 18 at
Bethany Baptist Church
with the Revs. Edward Bar-
ley and Erly D. Skipper of-
Burial was in Esto Com-
munity Cemetery with Peel
Funeral Home of Bonifay

Timiethy Shackelford,
42 of Bonifay, died Au-
gust 19 at Doctors Memo-
rial Hospital in Bonifay. He
was a native of Washington
County, of the Baptist faith
and attended public school
in Washington County.
Survivors include his wife
Shelly Shackelford of
Bonifay; children, Sonora,
Macie, and Cassie Shack-
elford all of Chipley; step-
children, Alexa Everett,
Madison Everett and Trei-
on Chancey; brothers and
sisters, Kenneth Roulhac
and wife Cynthia of Talla-
hassee, Regina McKnight
and husband Oscar, James
Shackelford, Perry Shack-
elford and wife Patricia, all
of Chipley, Fredrick Shack-
elford and wife Valeria of
Tallahassee, Rose Everett
and husband Alton of Sara-
sota, Allie Sims of Chicago,
Ill. Yvonne and Reginald
Shackelford of Winter Gar-
den, two grandchildren and
many other relatives and
Funeral service was held
August 25 at Jerusalem
Baptist Church in Chipley
with Rev. Price Wilson, offi-
ciating. Interment followed
in the St. Joseph Cemetery
in Chipley with Cooper Fu-
neral Home directing.

Millie J. Pittman
Millie J. Pittman, 71 Ja-
cob City, died August 16 at
Bonifay Nursing and Reha-
bilitation Center, after an
extended illness. She was
born June 22, 1936, to the
late Flavours L. and Willie
Jamaker Gray Pittman. She
was a faithful member of
St. Mary Baptist Church in
Jacob City, having served
as a choir member, usher
and during her more active
years. She was also affiliated
with the community prayer
band. Pittman also served
many years as reporter of
the Jacob News, Graceville
News and the Jacobian. She
was a homemaker.
She is survived by eight
children and their spouses:
Jamaker and Charles Sorey
of Jacob City, Jaffice and
Danice Donaldson and Del-
aney Pittman all of Tampa,
Flavious and Jackie Pittman,
Kyrel and Melvin Roulhac
all of Marianna, Rachel Pit-
tmari of Dallas. Texas, Pa-
mela Smith of Duquense,
Penn. SSG Coretta Majors
of Ft. Hood, Killeen, Texas;

Three brothers; King S. Pit-
tman, Da\ id Pittman and
wife Christoria, all of Jacob
City and Eugene Pittman
and wife Hazel of Mari-
anna; brother-in-law Willie
C. Baldwin of Jacob City,

like a son Obadiah White
and wife Terry of Chipley;
15 grandchildren, 13 great-
grandchildren; devoted
cousin Earnestine Pittman
of Atlanta, Ga and a host
of nieces, nephews, cousins
and friends.
Funeral services were
held August 25 at the St.
Mary Missionary Baptist
Church in Jacob City with
the Revs. George Bowers,
Riley Henderson, Samu-
el Maxwell and Obadiah
White officiating. Interment
followed in the church cem-
etery with McKinnie Fu-
neral Home of Campbellton

Mary (Methvin)
Cox Harrell
Mary (Methvin) Cox
Harrell, age 80 of Fort Wal-
ton Beach, died August 20.
She was born in Dawson,
Ga., on February 24, 1927.
She graduated from Bain-
bridge High School and at-
tended Valdosta State Uni-
versity. Harrell worked for
the civil service, retiring in
July 1987, after 15 years at
Eglin Air Force Base. She
was a life long member of
the Methodist Church and
has been a member of the
Shalimar United Methodist
Church since 1994. While
living in Chipley, Harrell
was active in the Chipley
Garden Club, serving as
president and winning nu-
merous awards for her in-
novative flower arrange-
She was preceded in death
by her parents, her aunt,
Vella Newton, of Bonifay
and her first husband, Win-
ton Frazier ("Tubby") Cox,
of Chipley.
Survivors include her
husband, Jim Harrell, of
Fort Walton Beach; a sister,
Bonnie Proctor, of Chula
Vista, Calif.; and her chil-
dren, Carol Cox Berk, of
Miami, Terry Cox Emley,
of Fairhope, Ala. and Alan
Frazier Cox, of Niceville;
eight grandchildren and six
Funeral services were
held August 24 at Emerald
Coast Funeral Home, with
Pastor Dr. Larry Bryars of-
ficiating. Burial followed at
Beal Memorial Cemetery.
Contributions may be made
to Covenant Hospice of
West Florida or the char-
ity of your choice. Condo-
lences may be expressed at

Walter A.
Walter Algimantas
Cekauskas, 84, of Sunny
Hills passed away on Sun-
day, August 12 at his home
in Sunny Hills. Cekauskas
had resided in Sunny Hills
since 1986 coming from
Michigan. He was a Catho-
lic by faith and a member
of the St. Theresa Catholic
Church in Sunny Hills.
He is survived by his wife

Isabella Cekauskas, Sunny
Hills; a son: Raymond and
wife Lise Ann Cekausks,
Birmingham, Mich; two
daughters: Ilona and Bryan
Foley, San Diego, Calf., and
Cynthia Dana and husband
Randel Voelker, Savannah,
Ga.; seven grandchildren
and one great-granddaugh-
Funeral services were
held at the St. Theresa
Catholic Church with the
Monsignor Francis Szczy-
kutowicz officiating. Inter-
ment followed in the Cal-
vary Cemetery with Brown
Funeral Home directing.

Marie Wilson
Owens George
Marie Wilson Owens
George, 89, of Chipley
passed away on Tuesday,
August 14 at her home.
Mrs. George was born on
December 9, 1917, in Chi-
pley to Johnny Franklin and
Ella (Duncan) Wilson. She
was of the Free Will Baptist
Faith and member of the
Piney Grove Free Will Bap-
tist Church, Chipley.
Survivors include a son:
George Clayton Owens and
wife Pat, Chipley; a daugh-
ter: Fay Owens Grant, Tal-
lahassee; a step-son: Wayne
George, Panama City; four
grandchildren and one
Funeral services were
held on Saturday, August
18 at the Piney Grove Free
Will Baptist Church with
the Revs. Tim Owen and
the Michael Orr officiat-
ing. Interment followed in
the Piney Grove Cemetery
with Brown Funeral Home

Delaney Stoe
Delaney Stoe, 43 of
Chipley died Wednesday,
August 15 in Graceville at-.
Southern Home Assisted
Living following an ex-
tended illness.
He was born in Atlanta,
Ga. on July 10, 1964. He
was a 1982 graduate of Chi-
pley High School and a vet-
eran of the Florida National
Guard, 124th Regiment.
He worked with FDOC as
a correctional officer for
over 12 years and recently
worked in sales. He was a
member of Holmes Creek
Baptist Church.
He was preceded in death
by his parents, Fred Lamar
and Marie Elizabeth Sexton
Stoe and a brother, Fred La-
mar Stoe, Jr.
He is survived by his
wife, Wendy Stoe; two
daughters, Tiffany and Sier-
ra Stoe all of Chipley; three
brothers, Ben Stoe and wife
Karen of Graceville; Victor
Stoe of Chipley, Billy Stoe
of Hiram, Ga.; sister, Pa-
tricia Stoe. of Chipley and
a host of nieces and neph-
Funeral services were
held Saturday, Aug. 18 at
the Chapel of James & Lip-
ford Funeral Home with
the Rev. Tim Steele offici-

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Wachob-Forest Lawn Cem-
etery in Chipley with James
& Lipford Funeral Home of
Graceville directing.

John Paul Scott
John Paul Scott, 89, of
Chipley died on Wednes-
day, August 15 at the Wash-
ington Rehab and Nursing
Center in Chipley.
He was born on April 8,
1918 in Indiana to Chelsey
R. and Garnet (Parker)
Survivors include his son
Danny Scott and wife Rosa-
lyn, Chipley; two daughters:
Janice Morris, Chipley and
Connie J. Scott, Panama
City; six grandchildren and
nine great-grandchildren.
Memorial services were
held Friday, August 17 in
the Chapel of Brown Fu-
neral Home with the Rev.
Rick Lovett officiating.
Memorialization was by
cremation with Brown Fu-
neral Home of Chipley di-

Burris D. Coley
Burris D. Coley, Jr., 70,
of Clearwater, formerly of
Cottondale, passed away
on Thursday, August 16 in
He was born on Janu-
ary 11, 1937 in Cottondale
to David Burris and Loney
Lorene (Melvin) Coley, Sr.
Survivors include his
two daughters: Mary Jo
Sheldon, Clearwater, and
Deanna Muckle, Graceville;
a son: Johnny Coley, Largo;
four sisters: Helen Miller,
Graceville, Mildred Penny,
Panama City, Janice Melvin,
Chipley and Sallie Whita-
ker, Lake Okeechobee;
five grandchildren and one
Funeral services were
held Saturday, August 18
in the Chapel of Brown
Funeral Home in Chipley.
Interment followed in the
Alford Cemetery in Alford
with Brown Funeal Home

Blondell T.
Blondell Thompson Gib-
son, 58, of Dothan, Ala.,
died Aug. 12 at Henry
County Health & Rehabili-
tation in Abbeville, Ala. She
was born Nov. 12, 1948, in
Gibson was preceded
in death by her parents,
Woodrow and Ola Shipes
Thompson, and her hus-
band, Hubert "PeeWee" Al-
ton Gibson.
Survivors include three
daughters and a son-in-

law, Pattie Ann Gibson and
Jennifer Ann Gibson, both
of Dothan, Lorie Ann and
Scott Moreland of Newton,
Ala.; a cousin, Tina Louise
Eldridge of Caryville; two
granddaughters and one
Services were held Aug.
17 in the funeral home cha-
pel with Chaplain Charles
Goldsmith and Speaker Jet-
ta Bullock officiating.
Burial was in Black
Community Cemetery
in Black, Ala., with Peel
Funeral Home Chapel of
Bonifay directing.

Joe Bill Galloway
Joe Bill, Galloway, 61, of
the New Hope community
in Westville died Aug. 20
from injuries sustained in
an automobile accident. He
was born Feb. 19, 1946, in
Geneva County, Ala., to the
late H.W. "Bill" and Isabel
Kirkland Galloway.
Galloway was a mem-
ber of New Hope Baptist
Church where he served as
a deacon and Sunday school
He retired from the U.S.
Army with 22 years of ser-
vice. He was a member of
Etna Masonic Ledge and
the Gideons.
Joe was actively in-
volved in various activities
in the New Hope commu-
nity. He was instrumen-
tal in organizing the New
Hope Neighborhood Crime

Watch. Holmes County and
the New Hope community
were honored to have Gal-
loway as auxiliary deputy.
Survivors include his
wife of 31 years, Pat Thom-
as Galloway of Westville;
one son and daughter-in-
law, Keith and Carolyn
Galloway of Westville; a
daughter and son-in-law,
Kellie and James Bishop of
Enterprise, Ala.; a brother
and sister-in-law, Billy and
Anna Galloway of Geneva;
five sisters and brothers-in-
law, Betty and Phillip Pe-
ters of Auburn, Ga., Linda
and Henry Mixon, Kathy
and Randy Barnes, all of
Geneva, Libby and Billy
German, Janet and Junior
Ellenburg, all of West-
ville; four grandchildren,
six great-grandchildren,
numerous nieces, nephews
and other family members.
Funeral was held Aug. 23
at Carmel Assembly of God
in Holmes County with the
Revs. Tommy Moore and
Eddie Eaton officiating.
Burial, with full military
honors, kas in New Hope
Baptist Church Cemetery
with Sorrells Funeral Home
of Geneva directing.
Memorials may be made
to the Lonnie Lindsey
Scholarship Fund, c/o Bank
of Bonifay, 224 N. Wauke-
sha Street, Bonifay, FL
32425, or New Hope Bap-
tist Church, 1954 Highway
2, Westville, FL 32464.

Senior companions needed
Holmes County Council on Aging has four vacancies for
senior companions to volunteer to work with the elderly.
The function of a senior companion is to provide assis-
tance and friendship to elderly individuals who are in need
of assistance with daily living due to being frail and elderly.
Senior companions usually volunteer 20 hours per week.
Applications are now being accepted to fill the positions.
Anyone who meets the following requirements is asked to
apply immediately:
*60 years of age and in relatively good health
*Living on a limited income
*Of good moral character
*Able to drive safely
*Pass a background screening
Anyone who applies, and is accepted, will be paid a sti-
pend for each hour worked and mileage for travel. These
payments will not affect any type of assistance the volun-
teer is now receiving. The payments are not subject to any
taxes or penalties.
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Mary Alice Gillis
Mary Alice (Sasnett)
Gillis, age 68, of Westville
died Thursday, August 23
at Doctors Memorial Hos-
pital in Bonifay.
She was the daughter of
the late Matthew Sasnett
and the late Epsie (Cody)
*She is survived by her
five daughters, Kathy Curry
of Ponce de Leon, Merlene
Simmons of Ponce de Leon,
Pat Bailey of Westville,
Margaret (Gillis) Birge of
Bonifay, and Connie Nobles
of Westville; a son, James
Williams of Westville; a
sister,Vera Mae Thomas of
Westville; six brothers, Max
Sasnett of Ponce de Leon,
Bobby Sasnett of Westville,
Paul Sasnett of Westville,
John Sasnett of Westville,
Elmer Sasnett of Westville
and J. G. Sasnett of West-
ville; nine grandchildren,
six great-grandchildren.
Funeral service was at
the Westville First UPC
Church on Sunday, August
26, with the Revs. David
Davis and the Jason Camp-
bell officiating.
Interment was at West-
ville Cemetery with Sims
Funeral Home of Bonifay

Willie Jean
Willie Jean Smith, 77,
of Slocomb, Ala. (Fadette
Community) died Thurs-
day, Aug. 23, at her resi-
dence following an extend-
ed illness.
Smith was born in Hol-
mes County on May 23,
1930 to the late James Leon
and Lena Holland Jones.
She was a homemaker and
a member of Victory Bap-
tist Church.
Smith was preceded
in death by her parents,
daughter Cathy Sue Smith,
brother, John Ed Jones and
sister, Gladys Davis.
Surviving are her loving
husband of 53 years, Har-
vey Smith; four children,
Larry Smith, Belinda Smith
and Pedro Trejo, Bobby
Smith all of Slocomb; Da-
vid and Debbie Smith of
Dothan; three brothers,
James and Dianne Jones of
Malvern, Ala., Julius and
Beverly Jones, Kenneth
Jones, all of Slocomb; four
sisters, Martha Lee Owens
of Slocomb, Mildred Car-
michael of Esto; Christine
and Howard Butler, Em-
malene and Wayne Welch,
all of Hartford, Ala.; 14
grandchildren and 12 great-
Funeral services were
held Monday, August 27 at
Bethel Baptist Church with
the Revs. Dennis Berry and
Donald Davis, Jr. officiat-
ing. followed in church
cemetery with James &
Lipford Funeral Home di-

Wilber M.
Wilber Manning Cal-
lahan age 83, of Bonifay
died August 19 at Southeast
Alabama Medical Center in
Dothan, Ala.
He is the son of the late
Willis Callahan and Esther
Manning Callahan. Survi-
vors include his wife of 62
years, Leona Pearl Kirkland
Callahan, a son Rickey D.
Callahan, a daughter, Judy
C. Powell and her husband
Wayne, and son-in-law
Luther (Buddy) Curry, 10
grandchildren and 13 great-
He was preceded in death
by a daughter, Gail Curry.
He was an avid outdoor-
sman and sports fan. He

enjoyed hunting, fishing,
and various competitive
sporting events. He was es-
pecially fond of the Holmes
County High School Blue
Devils, the Florida State

University Seminoles, and
the Atlanta Braves.
He was a veteran of
World War II and received
the Purple heart Medal,
Good Conduct Medal,
and EAME Ribbon with 5
Bronze Service Stars. He
was inducted in the Army
infantry on October 16,
1943 and was discharged
on November 10, 1945.
He was an active mem-
ber of the Westville Baptist
Church, a Master Mason
and a member of the Order
of the Eastern Star, Bonifay
Chapter No. 325. Callahan
was retired from the United
States Postal Service and
was a former member of
the Westville City Council.
Funeral services were
held Wednesday, August
22 at the Westville Baptist
Church, with the Revs. Har-
ry Collins and Gary Taylor
officiating. His son, Rickey
Callahan, gave the eulogy.
Interment was at the
Bonifay City Cemetery
with Sims Funeral Home

Faye Harris
Faye Harris, 72 of Cot-
tondale, died Thursday, Au-
gust 23, 2007 at Southeast
Alabama Medical Center in
Harris was born in Alton,
IL on July 11, 1935 to the
late Anton and Willie Mae
Dunn Gusel.
She was licensing direc-
tor for Florida State Uni-
versity for over 10 years.
Mrs. Harris was associated
with Collegiate Licensing
in Atlanta.
She was of the Baptist
faith. Mrs. Harris affec-
tionately known as "Big
Granny" loved spending
time with her family, grand-
children and great grand-
She was preceded in
death by her husband T.Z.
Harris; daughter-in-law,
Andrea Lynn Harris and
brother John Gusel.
Surviving are her chil-
dren, Toni Morris and hus-
band Steve of Cottondale,
Thomas Z. Harris, III of
Crawfordville, Angela Har-
ris Sharpless of Tallahas-
see, Alan Harris and wife
Linda of Tallahassee, Gary
Russell Harris of Craw-
fordville, Gail Wilkes and
husband Leonard of Talla-
hassee; four sisters Phyl-
lis Neave and husband Da-
vid of Clovis, N.M., Carol
Madden and husband Tom
of Vista, Calif., Jeanette
Kerr and husband Jimmy of
Boise, Ark., Jill Rose and
husband Robert of Atlanta,
Ga., 13 grandchildren and
nine great grandchildren.
Funeral services were
held Saturday, August 25,
at the chapel of James &
Lipford Funeral Home with
Chaplain Willie Parker offi-
ciating. Burial followed in
Salem FWB Church Cem-
etery with James & Lipford
Funeral Home directing.

Frankie Lee
Frankie Lee Corbin, age
83, died Friday, August 17
at Northwest Florida Com-
munity Hospital.
She was born in Jackson
County on November 16,
1923 to Bob Benefield and
Pansey Wadsworth.
Mrs. Corbin was a life-
long resident here and a
member of Sapp Church.
She is survived by three
sons: Samuel Homer
Corbin and his wife Shirley,
Travis Modell Corbin and
wife Rhonda, and Charles
Randolph Corbin and wife
Cynthia all of Cottondale;

three step-children: Lenzy
Corbin and wife Lou of
Chipley, Macon Corbin and
wife Ira Bell of Cottondale,
and Odein Gamble of Cot-
tondale; two brothers: Tom
Benefield of Southport and

Oscar Benefield of Texas;
two sisters: Gracie Ivey of
Georgia and Allene Rogers
of Panama City; 10 grand-
children and numerous
Funeral services were
held Monday, August 20
at Brown Funeral Home
Brickyard Road Chapel
with the Rev. James Vick-
ery, Revs. Robert Sim-
mons, and Chubby Watson
Interment followed in
the Sapp Church Cemetery
with Brown Funeral Home

Charles Proctor
Charles "Chuck" Proctor,
60 of Graceville died Satur-
day August 18, at Flowers
Hospital in Dothan.
He was born in Grand
Ridge on May 26, 1947.
He was a 1964 graduate of
Grand Ridge High School.
Before his disability, Proc-
tor worked with Golden
Peanut Corporation and
Register's Dairy.
He was preceded in death
by his father, V.G. "Bubba"
Surviving are his wife,
Annie Proctor of Gracev-
ille; his mother, Lillie Mae
Proctor of Zephyrhills;
three children, Mark Holif-
ield, Matthew Proctor and
wife Christy, and Crystal
Proctor all of Graceville;
three brothers, Richard
Proctor of Columbus, Ga.,
Allen Proctor of Zephy-
rhills and Joe Proctor of
Marianna; a sister, Sallie
Bevis of Zephyrhills; two
Funeral services were
held Wednesday, August
22 at the chapel of James
& Lipford Funeral Home
with the Rev. Raymond
O'Quinn officiating. Buri-
al followed in Shady Grove
Community Cemetery near.
Grand Ridge with James &
Lipford Funeral Home of
Graceville directing.

Jerry Lee Carter
Jerry Lee Carter, 57,
died Wednesday, August 15
at this home. Carter was na-
tive of Ironton, Ohio and a
resident of Theodore, Ala.
He was preceded in death
by parents, Raymond Cart-
er, Sr. and Ruth Di'Negro
Cater and one brother,
Richard Carter.
He was survived by his
wife Betty "Liz" Billiot
Carter of Theodore, one
daughter Season (Tracy)
Johnson of Lynchburg,
S.C., a brother Raymond
Carter, Jr. of Chipley; a
sister, Rita Ann Thomas of
Wausau and three grand-
Funeral services were
held Monday, August 20,
Chapel of Brown Funeral
Home, Chipley, with the
Rev. Mike Swingle offici-
ating. Interment was in the
Wausau Memorial Gar-
dens, Wausau, with Brown
Funeral Home directing.

Grief support
for survivors
Covenant Hospice invites
adults who are grieving the
loss of a loved one to attend
a free six-week grief support
group that will meet each
Thursday, from 10 to 11:30
a.m., on Aug. 30, Sept.
6, Sept. 13, Sept. 20 and
Sept. 27 in the First United
Methodist Church Disciple
Room, at 2901 Caledonia
Street in Marianna.
Participants will learn
about the grief process and
can share their experiences
with others in a safe and
caring environment. This is
a free service.

Registration is required.
Membership is closed to
new members after the Au-
gust 30 meeting.
To register, call 482-8520
or 1-888-817-2191.

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Submitted photo

Jake Marlow shows some of his numerous archery awards,

Vernon youth is world champion

Florida Freedom
When most two-year-
olds were throwing around
NERF footballs in their liv-
ing room, Jacob Marlow
stood next to his dad, eyes
on the target, 50 yards from
a bullseye. When his dad,
Mike, pulled his arrow back,
so did Jacob. When his dad
let go, Jacob did, too.
"Everybody got a good
chuckle out of it," Mike
Marlow said. "Everyone
would shoot their arrows
and then this big yellow ar-
row would fly about half-
way through."
Now 12 and a seventh-
grader at Vernon Middle
School, Jacob's decade of
practice has begun to pay
off. During the weekend of
Aug. 10-12, he won the Ar-
chery Shooters Association
Classic, the world champi-
onship for ASA archers, in
the Senior Eagle division
with a score of 215 and six
"I felt really good, ex-
cited, really pleased," Jacob
said. "Feel like I did my
best. That's all I can really
Marlow has been shoot-
ing his best for about a year
now. Getting to the top of
the Senior Eagle division
of ASA has taken hours of
practice each day, his fa-
ther said. Jacob finishes his
homework on the bus ride
home from school. When

he gets home he has a snack
and is on the range behind
his house soon after. Prac-
tice lasts from 30 minutes
to four hours, Mike said.
During the archery off-
season, which lasts from
now until February, Mike
said Jacob could shoot until
his bedtime which is around
9 p.m.
Mike takes away prac-
tice time as punishment
for Jacob, but said just the
threat is enough for his son
to straighten up.
"He doesn't want anyone
to beat him," Mike said.
"Doesn't matter whether
it's a grown man or a kid his
age. When he practices, he
shoots against grown men."
Mike owns Ultimate Ar-
chery, a pro shop in Ebro,
and said adults have visited
the store with the sole inten-
tion of shooting against Ja-
cob. Do they beat him?
"Not very often," Mike
said. "Twice, maybe three
times. They have to be an
accomplished archer to beat
"Can't explain it," Jacob
said. "Kinda let's me know
I'm getting better. I've shot
with people in my dad's
class and some have beat
me really bad and some I've
In four tournaments this
year, the minimum amount
of ASA-sanctioned events
to qualify Jacob for shoot-
er of the year, Marlow has
two first-place finishes, a

Practice makes perfect for world champion Jake Marlow.

second and a sixth. Jacob
doesn't like talking about
the sixth-place finish at the
Kentucky ProAm, in which
he missed first place by 1/8
of an inch.
Mike, who competes as
an amateur on the national
tour, said Jacob finished
second for shooter of the
year. At home in Vernon, ar-
chery has become a family
affair for the Marlows.
In addition to Mike and
Jacob, mother Linda picked
up shooting this year and
14-year-old Tyler, who just
entered his first year at Ver-
non High School, has been
shooting for a decade.
"I think it's pretty cool
having the whole family,"
Jacob said. "If you need
help with something you
can just go to one of them.
They've had the same prob-
Jacob said his mother
asks him for help about
once a month, but the family
competition comes against
Tyler. "Just kinda like the
regular brother competi-
tion," Jacob said. "Not to be
modest, but I win the ma-
jority of the time."
Jacob has tried other
sports, but said archery is
the hardest. Mike said he
will turn pro next year and
expects Jacob to turn pro by
time he's 16. "He is, for a
12-year-old, probably the
best I've ever seen," Mike
said. "Absolutely excep-

Submitted photo

Chipola holds
Chipola College Theatre
will hold open auditions
for the hit comedy "Greater
Tuna," Sept. 10 and 11, at
6 p.m. By Jaston Williams,
Joe Sears, and Ed Howard,
"Greater Tuna" chronicles
the lives of the upstanding
citizens of Tuna, Texas, the
state's third smallest town.
In this Off-Broadway hit,
the entire population of
Tuna joins in a tour de farce
of quick-change artistry
of costumes and comic
characterizations, offering a
hilarious send-up of small-
town mores. "Greater
Tuna," runs Nov. 1-4 in the
Chipola Theatre.
Chipola will present
the hit musical, "How to
SucceedinBusiness Without
Really Trying," March 12-
16, 2008. Auditions are set
for Jan. 14 and 15.
The children's show
"Once Upon a Time," is
set for May 8, 2008. This
Chipola Theatre adaptation
by Charles Sirmon and
Chris Manasco features
familiar characters from
the Three Little Pigs to
Goldilocks. Auditions are
March 24 and 25.
For information about
Chipola Theatre, contact
Director Charles Sirmon
at 850-718-2227, or email

Course set
Application deadline for
Chipola College's Basic
Corrections day course
is Sept. 6 with the course
beginning on Sept. 11.
Applicantsmustbe atleast
19 years of age, be of good
moral character, possess a
valid driver's license, earn a
passing score on the Florida
Basic Abilities Test and
meet FDLE requirements.
Students are encouraged to
apply early due the extensive
application process. For
more information, call 850-

Organ concert_
Ryan Kasten of the
FSU School of Music,
student doctor of organ
performance, will perform
on the David Moore 20-
rank pipe organ in the St.
Luke's Episcopal Church
Sanctuary, 4362 Lafayette
Street in Marianna at 4 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 30.
Donations will be
accepted for the artist who
will meet with the public at
a reception following the
For more information,
call 850-482-2431,

Chipola College's
new Masonry Apprentice
program begins Saturday,
August 25.
The program is for anyone
interested in the masonry
profession. Students may
enroll and be sponsored by a
licensed masonry contractor
or enroll on their own.
Classes will be held
every other Saturday
beginning at 8 a.m. in
Building N, Room 111.
The program is sponsored
by Chipola College and the
Florida Masonry Education
Foundation and will serve
the masonry training and
employment needs for the
construction industry in the
Florida panhandle.
Apprentice students
will receive a combination
of technical instruction

in the classroom and
related on-the-job training
through employment in the
construction field.
For information, call
the Chipola Workforce

Development office at 850-

Energy funds
for elderly
The Area Agency on Ag-
ing for North Florida, Inc.
announces the availability
of funds to assist eligible
households with their home
energy crisis in the follow-
ing counties: Bay, Calhoun,
Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf,
Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson,
Leon, Liberty, Madison,
Taylor, Wakulla and Wash-
To be considered eligible
for this program,, the ap-
plicant must be 60 years of
age or older. The household
income must be within 150
percent of the poverty level,
arid the utility bill for the ap-
plicant must indicate a past
due or immediate threat of
Other assistance may be
provided, according to pro-
gram guidelines.
For more information, or
to determine eligibility for
assistance, contact the El-
der Helpline at 1-800-963-
The Area Agency on Ag-
ing for North Florida is a
private not-for-profit orga-
nization charged with the
responsibility of adminis-
tering aging programs in
14 North Florida counties
through contracts with the
state of Florida Department
of Elder Affairs.

Kiwanis dinner
theatre Sept. 13
Using a "star search"
format that was highly
acclaimed in 2005 to
showcase local talent of all
ages, the Kiwanis Club of
Chipley will proudly present
its annual dinner theatre on
Thursday, September 13, at
the Washington County Ag
Entertainers wishing
to perform should contact
Bill Howell, 638-8889
or 596-1501, for specific
information. All forms
of performing talent are
In past years, this
recurring event has
experienced sell-out crowds
for a fast-paced stage show.
The Kiwanis Dinner
Theatre format has proven
to be an effective fund raiser
for the local Kiwanis Club,
which provides funding for
youth-oriented programs
such as direct scholarships,
the Key Club and Builders
Clubs in Washington
County schools, grants to
Take Stock in Children,
the Washington County
Scholarship Trust (Pulling
For Education), the WHTC
Foundation, Boy Scouts and
Support is also provided
for community-wide
programs such as Covenant
Hospice, American Cancer
Society, and school lunch
programs. The Kiwanis
Club of Chipley was formed
in 1941 and is marking
66 years of community
Dinner will be served
at 6 p.m. in the Ag Center
Assembly Hall followed by
the performance.
Tickets are $25 per
person, or $45 per couple,
and are available from
members of the Kiwanis
Club and from certain
businesses throughout
Washington County.

Register now for
Camp Monarch
Covenant Hospice is
accepting registration for

Camp Monarch, to be held
Saturday, September 8. This
is a free one-day camp for
bereaved children, ages 5
through 15, who have re-
cently lost a loved one or

who may be anticipating a
Those attending will
check in at 8:30 a.m. at
the Lowe's parking lot in
Marianna and then head to
Seacrest Wolf Preserve in
Registered campers will
enjoy games, team building
activities, arts and crafts,
an opportunity to pet the
wolves, and much more.
Camp activities give be-
reaved children the oppor-
tunity to explore their emo-
tions and gain strength from
other children in similar sit-
uations through therapeutic
Breakfast and lunch will
be provided free of charge.
Registration is required by
Friday, August 31.
To register or for
information, please contact
Mary Ellen McHugh
or January McKeithan,
Covenant Hospice
bereavement and children
specialists at 850-482-8520
or toll free at 888-817-

Volunteering can be one
of life's most rewarding
Covenant Hospice is
seeking caring volunteers
to provide services in many
areas, including patient/
family support, nursing
home visits, administrative
tasks and fundraising
events. Even if you have
only a small amount of time
to spare, you can make a
big difference in someone's
Covenant Hospice is a
non-profit organization,
providing a special kind of
care to patients with life-
limiting illnesses and their
loved ones.
Volunteers are needed in
Jackson, Holmes, Washing-
ton and Calhoun counties.
As a Covenant Hospice
volunteer, you'll be reward-
ed with a friendly work
environment, appreciative
staff, and new friends. Ori-
entation and training is pro-
vided for all volunteers.
To learn more, call
Donna Meldon, Covenant
Hospice volunteer manager
at 850-482-8520.

Caregiver retreat
Much emphasis is given
to debilitating diseases
and those who suffer from
them but little recognition
is given for those who care
for them.
Caregivers, often family
members, face special
problems. This year, the
ninth annual caregiver's
retreat, open to all
caregivers in the Big Bend
area, will be held Thursday,
Sept. 20, at the Ramada
Inn, North Monroe Street in
Sponsored by the Area
Agency of North Florida
and facilitated by the Al-
zheimer's Project, the re-
treat will feature free mani-
cures, massages and health
screenings as well as infor-
mative speakers on issues
that affect caregivers.
The event will start at
8:30 and end by 3 p.m. A
continental breakfast and
served lunch will be avail-
able. Respite care will be
available for those who can't
leave their loved ones.
There is no charge in-
volved. A day of relaxation
is something all caregivers
need and deserve. Respite
care is available on a first-
come basis, since space is
limited, caregivers are en-
couraged to reserve their

places as soon as possible.
For information, and
to reserve a place, call the
Alzheimer's Project at 950-

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sors in interest, trustees or tion 23, Township 4, you for the relief
any other person claiming Range 16 West, contain- mended in this petitio
by, through, under or ing 38 acres more or less
against any corporation or (C/R Deed Book 70, Page WITNESS my hand
other legal entity named 309) (NOTE: This convey- the seal of this Cou
as a defendant; and all ance contains the above the 30 day of July, 20
claimants, persons or par- described property LESS
ties, natural or corporate, two (2) acres deeded to K McDaniel






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ATES Deputy Clerk idan Aquifer System for Publication of this notice CKC Registered PUG Big yard sale. Friday and
3ON). Clerk of the Circuit Court Public Supply use by constitutes constructive puppies. 1st shots. Saturday, Aug. 31 & Sept.
visionn Washington County, Flor- existing and proposed fa- notice of this permit appli- $650. 773-8165 1. 509 Mclaughlin Ave,
re- ida cilities. cation to all substantially Bonifay
62 at As published in the Wash- General withdrawal affected persons. A copy
publicc ington County News Au- locations) in Washington of the staff reports) must Moving Sale, furniture,
igton gust 8, 15, 22, 29, 2007 County: T01N, R16W, be requested in order to cario/cabinet, upright
Sec. 31 remain advised of further freezer, everything must
__ _ proceedings and any pub- go. Aug. 29 - Sept. 1,
t you Interested persons may lic hearing date. Substan- 1265 Leavins Rd., New
3d to NOTICE OF APPLICA- object to or comment tially affected persons are Hope off Hwy.2 956-4564
writ- TION FOR WATER USE upon the applications or entitled to request an ad- I
to it PERMIT submit a written request ministrative hearing re- Moving Sale-Sept. 1st,
Plain- for a copy of the staff garding the proposed MERCHANDISE 8:00-12:00. New table w/6
ad- Notice is hereby given that reports) containing pro- agency action by submitt- 3100 - Antiques chairs, $550. Never
into pursuant to Chapter 373 posed agency action re- ing a written request ac 3110 - Appliances opened Hooked on
orida Florida Statutes, the fol- garding the applications) cording to the provisions 3120 - Arts & Crafts Phonex, Learn to Read,
Sep- lowing applications) for by writing to the Division of 40A-1.521, Florida Ad- 3130 - Auctions $150. Twin bed with
d file water use permits) has of Resource Regulation of ministrative Code. Notices 3140 - Baby Items dresser and chest of
Clerk (have) been received by the Northwest Florida of Proposed Agency Ac- 3150 - Building Supplies drawers, $175. Washing
before the Northwest Florida Water Management Dis- tion will be mailed only to 3160 - Business Machine and Dryer, $100
attor- Water Management Dis- trict, attention Terri Peter- persons who have filed Equipment each. 3331 Pipkin Rd., 1
here- trict: son, 152 Water Manage- such requests. 3170 - Collectibles mile south of 1-10 on Hwy
fault ment Drive, Havana, Flor- As published in the Wash- 3180 - Computers 79.547-4440.
ainst Application number ida 32333-9700, but such ington County News Au- 3200 - Firewood
de- 106875filed 08/13/2007 comments or requests gust 29, 2007 3210 - Free Pass it On Yard Sale Saturday be-
n. Lewis Bear Company, must be received by 5 3220 - Furniture sides Chavers-Brock.
6120 Enterprise Drive o'clock p.m. on Septem- 3230 - Garage/Yard Sales King mattresses, upright
and Pensacola, FL 32505 ber 13, 2007. 3240 - Guns freezer, desk, trash com-
rt n Requesting a maximum LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT3250 - Good Things to Eat actor, bicycles, sofas,
rton Requesting a maximum LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT 3260 - Health & Fitness chairs old dishes and
07. withdrawal of 45,850 gal- 3270 - Jewelry/Clothing chais, old dishes and
Ions per.day from the Flor- will be provided regarding Tharp & Sons Mini Str-320 - machinery/ more
this (these) applicationss. arp & Sons Mini Stor- 3280 - Machinery/ more_
age in Chipley, FL will Equipment
hold either a private or 3290 - Medical Equipment Yard Sale- Saturday,
public sale on these units 3300 - Miscellaneous Sept. 1st. 1526 Orange
for non-payment of rent, in 3310 - Musical Instruments Hill Rd. 8am-1lpm.
accordance with the FL 3320 - Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies Yard Sale-Multi-family,
Statue Law 83. Tenants 3330 - Restaurant/Hotel Saturday, Sept 8th,
will have until September 3340 - Sporting Goods 7am-2pm. 1515 S. Hwy
13, 2007 to pay in full. No 3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell) 79, Bonifay. Household
checks accepted.A items & misc. 2.5 miles
1. Roben Henn11south of 1-10.
Wausau, FL 1 3100 Yard Sale-Sept. 1st,
2. Tara Myrick Wanted To Buy antiques, 7:00AM. Lots of girl items.
Graceville, FL collectibles, gold, silver, 2216 Clifford St., Bonifay.
3. Jacquie Funderbunk dinnerware, collections, (Just off Son-in-Law Rd.)
Chipley, FL paintings, call AI Schmidt
4. Ross Lock 850-638-7304
Panama City, FL
5. Josh Hallman 1I % w
Chipley, FL 3250
6. Roy Turner, JrL 3 1 10 For sale Scuppernongs
Chipley, FL Kenmore 13cuft upright 500 pound, you pick.
7. Fred Booker freezer, Almond color, 1837 Flowing Well Rd.
Wausau, FL $150. White Whirlpool Bonifay. Call 547-2326 for
8 Unknown Washer, top load, directions if needed.
No contract $200.850-638-0992, leave
As published in the Wash- message. K&L Farms
ington County News Au-
gust29, September 5, Green BPeanuts for
S200 AC7 OS Boiling
S1567 Piney Grove Rd.,
33130 Chipley.
R&T Livestock Monday thru Friday
Auction-Misc. small ani- 8am-6pm,
PUBLIC AUCTION mals; goats, sheep, and Saturday 8am-5pm.
SISS ect. Every 2nd & 4th Sat- 260-5003; 527-3380
The following vehicles will urday, 11:00am. You bring
be sold at public auction it, we'll sell it. 11 miles
I at Nichols Auto Repair north of Bonifay on Hwy
Sand Towing,1146 Jack- 177A. Info, (850)547-3629.
son Ave., Chipley, FLA., AU2722 3300
8:00AM on the following "DON'T END UP WITHA
D dates.Low, l, BUBBLE BOX"
0/1New7world class, 5 star
09/21/07 3220 rated, fully featured hot
96 Chevy Blazer B&B Furniture 1342 tubs, 24/7 tech supported,
& N .(Burgandy) VIN# North RR Avenue, Chip-w
1gEWOT1S3W9T2267457 ley. We pay cash for warranted tubs at 45-60%
09/21/07 clean, quality furniture. off retail prices. Tubs in
95 Ford Van (White) VIN# 850-557-0211 or Demand- ACT SOON!
1FTEE14Y4SHB28887 850-415-6866. Ask for (850) 497-3897
As published in the Wash- Pasco or Carolyn Divorce Forces Sale-

$250. and 2 lazy boy items listed below now in
recliners $75. each. Sold storage located Safe Stor-
separately 850-547-7346 age E-22, 1333 Main St.,
Furniture & Mattresses Chipley, FL.
Low, low, low overhead New Diesel Generator
l gguarantees low, low, low 5500
1110 prices. P&S Discount Fur- New Titan Industrial Air
COLOR SELLS! 1973) 850638-4311 New heavyduty pressure
Get Your Classified washer
Ad in Matching Love Seat, club All kinds & sizes of hand
C cOLOR! chair; Couch and Love tools
Call now for details seat; Pride leather lift Ten new
and be noticed! chair, used 3 months. mattresses-King-Queen-F
638-0212 Queen box springs and ull
or mattress. 638-4266. 52inch TV w/entertainment
S- . 547-9414 . . center
--4,Office desk w/chair
,... .....,3230 Wall clocks-Grand Father
3 Family Yard sale, Satur- clock
. . 1120 day, Sept. 1st, furniture, 3 room tent

. . Every serious student of Son-In-Law Rd. 8a.m.- Call for appointment,
S . .. . . the Bible should see this *2p.m. David E. Lance, 326-1999.
. video. For a free DVD
more send a request to Servant,
RO.Box 390, Vernon, FL. La
S32462, or e-mail request ( o rnday, September 3)
...mservantinfo@yahoo.com H (Monday, Septema ber 3)
You will not be asked to Holiday Deadlines
buy anything, receive junk
mail, or send money. The Panama City News Herald
-i - - -_ Want proof that the Bible To Run: Due
is Historically accurate? By:
aFor a free video of the Red Friday, Aug. 31 Thursday, Aug. 30, 2:00 p.m.
Sea Crossing site, Mt. Saturday, Sept. 1 Thursday, Aug. 30. 4:00 p.m.
- . Sina, the rock that Moses Sunday, Sept. 2 Friday, Aug. 31, 11:00 a.m.
split in the wilderness, and Monday, Sept. 3 Friday, Aug. 31, 3:00 p.m.
more, send a request to: Tuesday, Sept. 4 Friday, Aug. 31, 4:00 p.m.
Servant, P.O.Box 390, Ver-
non, FL. 32462, or email The Port St. Joe Star &
request to:
servantinfo@yahoo.com. The Apalachicola/Carabelle Times
You will not be asked to To Run: Due
mbuy anything, receive junk By:
mail, or send money Thursday, Sept. 6 Friday, Aug. 31, 9:00 a.m. (CST)

ToThe Washington County Weekende
1150 By:
TOWN CHIPLEY WANTED ROOMMATE Saturday, Sept. 1 Thursday, Aug. 30, 9:00 a.m.

Serious inquiries only. The Weekly Advertiser
(850)541-2742 To Run: Due
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rWashington County News,
'. Holmes County Times Advertiser

PETS & ANIMALS Wednesday, Sept. 5 Friday, Aug. 31, Noon
2100 - Pets
)WN BONIFAY 2110 - Pets: Free to The classified department at
2120 - Pet Supplies The Holmes County Times Advertiser
2130 - Farm Animals/ will be closed Monday, September 3.
4 Supplies
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5 HP Mercury O/B motor.
41/2 years old. Excellent
condition. S500.
850-548-5555 or leave
message on answering
Carnley Auto Salvage, we
buy junk cars. Call Bill or
Rick at 850-547-2603 or
For Sale
Shop Smith Mark 5
w/bandsaw, jointer belt
sander & misc accesso-
ries. $1500.

I 3300
For Sale tanning bed with
24 new bulbs and points,
$750. treadmill $100. or
best offer 263-7729

Wanted, for sale, Musical
instruments of any kind in
any condition, antiques
and collectibles. Paying
cash. Call Bill Covington

1 3310
For sale Upright Piano
looks good, just make an
offer! 638-7009

Leola Brock Nurseries
LLC Plants, trees and
shrubs. Landscape de-
sign, landscape contract-
ing, irrigation systems.
1788 White Road, Bonifay,
FL 32425 (Washington
County) (850)638-1202;


4100 - Help Wanted
4130 - Employment

Avon Representatives
needed in Bonifay, Chip-
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Caregiver available for
N. Fla. area, background
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4100 6110 6140 6170 7100 7100 7150 7150
Graceland Manor Apart- 2BR cabin 1 BA, no pets. Mobile Homes for rent in House for sale by owner.
ealthcare Trades ments. Rental assistance $400 month, 1st, and last Cottondale on Sapp Road, 5 acres, fenced, 3 bed-
C Health on 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms, month. Deposit required. 8 miles east of Chipley. By Owner $189,900. rooms, 2 full bathrooms, 2 Nice Building lots in- 7.1 Acres for sale, Sunny
Community Health EXPERIENCED!! Handicapped and (850)326-2412. 8 miles 3BR/2BA and 2BR/2BA Home for sale in Chipley's large sunroom, totally side Chipley City limits Hills area, 1000FT off Hwy
Worker ntyeeded o Diaberun Tree Trimmers and non-handicapped accessi- South Bonifay available. Total electric. Martin's Woods. Gorgeous electric, appliances, plus 400 block of 2nd Street 77. $59,500.00. 10Down,
Holmes County Diabetes Tree Trimming Fore- ble apartments. 850 (850)258-4868; 209-8847 1 year old 3BR/2BA with dishwasher, 20x40x10 $29,500. 850-785-4621 Owner financing, 7% inter-
Support Group This is man wanted. Must -263-4464, TDD Y 711. For rent Lakefront home, www.charloscountryliv- custom cabinets, crown in-ground swimming pool. est. 850-258-5854.
NOT a full time position, pass background 5445 Brown Street, brick, 2 story, 2BR/2BA, ing.commolding, tile floors, granite 40x60 barn, 12x24 shop.
Will require anywhere from check, DLclearance. Graceville, FL. Equal large unfinished base--molding, tile floors, granite40x60 barn 12x24 shop
6-12 hours a month. If in- Great pay and bene- housing authority ment, decks, large front The Park at 2350 counter tops in kitchen, Call today at
terested, please call Traci fits. EOE porch, $1150 per month 3BR/1BA $425 fantastic master bath with 850-638-4861 AE A R IT
Corbin, RN call for specif- (850)336-1255 Studio type apartment in with $1150 security de- 3BR/2BA $450 his & her closets, and UAR LE _ANNON REALTY
ics at the Holmes County Bonifay, kitchen, shower posit. Available Sept. 1 547-3746 many more extras. Ap-
Health Department. and stove. $500. month. Progressive Realty proximately 1/3 acre on , * 2229 Jim Bush Rd., Bonlfay, FL
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547-5244 .., . 850-867-3986 or I 7 1S0 I
Insurance Processors, Want An OpportunitHolmes County nice brick 638-2388. Carole Cannon, Broker
No Experience Requiredwith a growing company? home in country, North- Bautiful 83 ac cattle 20 Acres with DWMH, paved frontage, 5 barns,
Extensive Training Pro- Want to work hard and be lwest of Bonifay____.___Rolling hills and terraced includes a music studio, some pasture $150,000
vided, Part/Full Time Po rewarded for it? Reed 6140BRhe at/air, extras. Pets on pasture land, covered by * Custom home in upscale neighborhood, 3/2,
sitions Available, Please Concrete and Constru- 3 bedroom brick home approval $650. month majestic Oaks, Magnolia dbl carport, screen porch $210 000 * Reduced,
Call 1-866-859-6023 tion, Inc., in Bonifay would on Bonnet Pond Rd. rent, $650. security de- CallTo Place An Ad and Pecan trees. Zoned 3BR town home on corner lot $98,900 * Large
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Other 850-547-5767 8-14rpet & paint Leave message for ap- 7100-Homes In Classifieds. subdived into 1 ac home- appliances, new survey $129,900 * Pecan grove,
Spointment 7110 - Beach Home/ Washington County age on Holmes Creek, 18 acs+, lots of paved and county road frontage, 3
Help Wanted-Assisted r1BR house in Chipley for House in country Property $519,900 (sub-divide as BR block home with metal roof, barns $175,000
Living Facility. Monday- ). -_ - rent. 1BR apartments for 3BR/2BA 1800 sq.ft 7120- Commercial News follows) 40 ac parcel A * 10.5 +- acres, mostly cleared, well, camp bldgs
Friday, 2:30 p.m.-11:00 rent in Dothan & Panama 1800 sq.ft., 7130-Condo/Townhouse-a
p.m. Housekeeping/direct City. 547-2091:260-9230 CH/A, 4 acres fenced pas- 7140 - Farms & Ranches (850) 638-0212 $249,900 (with house with bath and kitchen $89,900 * 2 BR home on
care staff. Saery $8.00 an 2ture for horses. Hunting 7150 - Lots and Acreage barns) 43 ac parcel B (on 2.68 acres, paved frontage, appliances $69,900.
hour. Back round screen- available. 45 acres. $500 7160- Mobile Homes/Lots Holmes County creek) $279,900. Call vwww.carolecannonrealty.com.
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-d this newspaper is subject to 720-T Eshare
6100 - Business/ the Fair Housing Act which 76 7T0
Commercial makes it illegal to advertise
6110 - Apartments "any preference, limitation or 1 6170 I CO UN TR fAIT I
6120 - Beach Rentals discrimination based on 3 Mobile Homes for rent ETTIE'S COUNTRY REAL"
- 6130 - Condo/Townhouse race, color. religion, sexe C BETTIE L. SLAY, BROKER
6140- House Rentals handicap, family status or Chipley area. 2BR/2BA. United BETIE L.LAY, BROKER
6150 - Roommate Wanted national origin, or an inten- $385-$400 a month plus Illountry. (Florida & Alabama)
6160 - Rooms for Rent tion, to make any such pref- deposit. No pets. 205 E. North
6170 - Mobile Home/Lot erence, limitation or dis- 850-547-4232. 205 E. NorthAve., Bonifay, Florida 32425
- Out-of-Town Rentals crimination" Familial status -547-4232. 850) 547-3510
includes children under the 3BR/2BA doublewide mo- 3 BR 2 BAHoM 547-3510
6190 - OTimeshare Rentals a gc ihirn ethe 3BR/2BA doublewide m- 3 BR 2 BA HOME POOL ON 3.6 ACRES-$219,900---IN TOWN 3
6200 - Vacation Rentals or legal custodians, preg- bile home, caport 2 BR 2 BA HOME OWNER FINANCING-$119,900---25 ACRES HOME
nant women and people se- porches. All electric, dish- & APARTMENT-$229,900---28 ACRES-$159,900---3 BR 2BA
-f1 S" l curing custody of children washer, washer & dryer. HOME ON 1+ AC-$129,900---4.55 AC 3 BR 2 BA PASTURE BARN
. under 18. No pets. Credit report re- -$110,000---74AC3 BR 2 BA HOME PONDS PASTURE-$350,000--
quired. Available Sept 1. -LIQUOR STORE BUSINESS AND HOME-$319,000---1 ACRE LOTS-
6100 This newspwi ape r will not 638-4620 for more infor- $16,500---19,SACRES-$97,500---SUNNYHILLSLOTSSTARTING
Executive Office Space toising for real estate which nation $650 month AT $7,000--60 ACRES-$180,00O---54 AC 3 BR 2 BA HOME-
for rnt downtown Chip- violation of the law. Our $450,000---CUSTOM 3 BR2 BA CEDAR HOME-$129,900---15AC
for rent downtown Chip- readers are hereby informed Mobile Home for lease, WITH OWNER FINANCING-$125,000---70 AC HWY 2-$420,000---
ley. 638-1918 that all dwellings advertised PDL area, 2B/1 bath. No 1+ AC 2 BR NEWER HOME-$109,900---NEWER2 BR RUSTIC STYLE
in this newspaper are availa- smoking, No pets. inside, HOME ON 3 ACRES-$145,OOO---VINTA6E 3 BR HOME IN TOWN
ble on a equal opportunity Deposit and first month re- EON 3 ACRES-$145,000VINTAGE 3 BR HOME IN TOWN
.basis. To complain of dis quired. $550. per -month. LARGE CORNER LOT-$183,900---10 AC PASTURE WELL- $89,995
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9 acres on the lake, close 1996 64x14, furnished, 1993 Cadillac Seville For Sale-2003 Nissan
to future safari land, am- ready to move in! Cov- 1980 450 SL Mercedes STS. Northstar engine. Murano. Silver color, all
phitheater and new hospi- ered 10x16 front porch Roadster, 122,745k, 2 Great buy. $1,800. electric, loaded. Excellent
tal. Call 535-2680 or with handicap tops, 4.5 liter V8, 3-speed 850-419-3034. condition. Asking $16,000.
849-5068 access. 2BR/2BA, automatic, new Call 850-260-1278 or
CH/A. $12,000 obo. u p h o I s t e r y , 1995 Chevy Camaro, 850-258-7135.
10 Space Mobile Home Call from 7am-7pm A/T,P/S,P/B,P/W,A/C. Ex- Z-28 , unusual in color. It
Park for sale. Sale will 773-2031 cellent condition. $9500. changes colors from
carry a good portion of the (850)415-6180 hunter green, purple and
carry a good portion of the blue. $4000.00. 8120
849loan if needed.50 535-26808 5 0 - 5 4 8 - 1 2 8, 1998 Mid-size Chevy
849-5068 334-701-0162 Blazer, tan, everything
I 1987 Chevy Camaro 7R28 -automatic, leather interior,
MP Enterprises Land w/T-top new heam ers& 1998 Cadillac Deville, V8 runs smooth. $3800.00
Sale and Finance. 5 acres carpet, V8, 305, new red Sedan, 4/door, 75,966 OBO 850-548-1281 or
or more for houses only, paint job, runs great. mileage excellent condi- 334-701-0162
wooded & pasture. 3 mi- $4500 obo. 849-7830; tion, fully loaded. Call
les South of Chipley. 8 49-78 4 547-2220 $7,675 For Sale-1997 Nissan
Highway 77, Gainer Rd., AUTOMOTIVE, MARINE 849-7834 Pathfinder SE 4x4. 179K
Houston Rd., Beadie Rd., RECREATIONAL 1998 Cadillac Sedan highway miles. Profes-
Duncan Community Rd., 8100 - Antique & Collectibles Deville D'Elegance, Gold sionally maintained. New
Buddy Rd., (4) five acres 8110 - Cars Edition, 24k miles, loaded, Michelin Tires. Nice option
(8) ten acres (5) eight ac- 8120 - Sports Utility Vehicles 1991 Cadillac Sedan garage kept, like new.Firm package. $5500.
res. Owner financing or 8130-Trucks Deville with 121,000 miles. 10k. See to appreciate. 850-638-4228.
cash. Low down payment, 8140 - vans Clean as a pin, like new. 638-2048
low monthly payments. 8150-Commercial Must see, everything -
8170 - Motorcycaes works. $3800. 638-0703; 2003 Honda Accord LX, 4
mation 850-638-1858 & Accessories 596-2642 cyl,. sedan 4/door, I 8130
8210 - Boats 125,000 miles, excellent 1973 International Load
Son-In-Law Rd. 10 acres 8220 - Personal Watercraft condition. Call 547-2596 Starr, 1800 dump truck,
reduced $114000Timber 8230- Sailboatsrine or cell 768-0375, $9,800 single axle, good
cut, city water. Mary Cole- Boat & Marine 1992 4-Door Mazda 626. condition. $2,500.
man, Tri-County Realty. 8310 - Aircraft/Aviation green, $900.OBO. 2005 Silver Chevy Malibu 547-9383
5 4 7 - 4 4 8 0 8320 - ATV/OffRoad Vehicles (850)547-1090. If no SL, loaded. 4 door. 41,000
www.cattlemansdaugh- 8330 - Campers & Trailers answer, leave message miles. $8500. 1986 Mazda, B-2000 with
tercom 8340 - Motorhomes 850-260-5865. camper shell, $1,000.
2005 Coachmen camper
spirit of America, 25 ft.
W e f . rNExcellent . condition,
SI $8,500. or OBO
E S41yWAi19 96Toyota Tacoma
Sx-cab, 26, 4x4, LX pack-
age, tool box, towing
package, CD, white/gray
THARP & SONS TOP $$$ Keith Armondi clo 63th $5,700..
MINI STORAGE Paid for junk or Comple H e 0 H
Hwy 77 S,Chipley, F unwanted cars and Repair, Inc, WAYNE'S 1=
(850)638-8183 trucks, Drywall*Tile *Painting JUNK YARD For Sale- 1990 Komatsu
D20P-6 with manual, 6
Hwy, 177A,Bonifay, FL running or not. Remodeling * Porches USED AUTO PARTS way blade, recent
(850) 547-0726 Also, scrap iron Decks* Barns, etc, We Buy Junk Cars replacements, some extra
& Aluminum parts. Asking $11,000.
Open 24 Hours, Self- (850) 5474709 Licensed and Insured Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8-5 3261039. 5472372 or
Service, No Deposit, [ i . , Sat. 8-2 1983 Chevy one ton flat
2440 Marsh Rd * Bonl3y bed, 350, four speed, plus
Units Are Carpeted (850) 373-6218 (850)547-2934 547-3993 a 1983 Chevy one ton for
parts, no title. Asking
$2,500. Call 547-2372 or
".R- AFFORDABLE -. 2' "614 r,,n:.. ,,i,,,
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CLEARING -o .e;3:r
ROOFING Ponds, Site Prep, .
Randall R. Darby Roofing LLC r Driveways, Tree ' OU A
Certified Roofing Contractor Removal Here f0r
Shingles & Metal
Shingles & Metal $9/week 2002 Yamaha V-Star
32 Years Experience . Weks Classic. 650cc, Wind
1751 Hwy. 79 North, Bonifay 547-7400 r munshield, Cobra Pipes, 5,200
1Ho: 8 No- Bnfay-27 5 7 - 0 , miles. Runs great. $3,800.
Home: 850-547-2672 Dozer: $60 per Exe|1t ,. (850)638-1535
Cell: 850-326-3018 , hou r.rin. M.
State License OCC1 327260 hour3 hrmm.
, -- ' For Sale 1999 NU-WA 5th
.. 0'wheel RV w/3 slides 37
638-0212 Or 547-9414 extra nice $21,500.00

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