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Turkey Time!
It's time once again for the
second-graders' turkey recipes.
More beginning on Page 1B


IN THE NEWS







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In the Weekend Edition

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Things to do in
Washington, Holmes and
Surrounding Counties
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Tour of Homes
The annual Christmas Tour of
Homes sponsored by the Chipley
Woman's Club is scheduled for
Sunday, Dec. 9, from 1-5 p.m.
The tour begins at the Woman's
Clubhouse located at 607 5th Street
in Chipley where tour maps and
refreshments will be available.
Tickets are $8 for adults and
teens and $5 for ages 5-12. They
may be purchased in advance from
a Woman's Club member or by
calling 638-8889. They also will
be available at the clubhouse on the
day of the tour.

Chipley Christmas
parade Dec. 1
Plans are being made for Chi-
pley's Annual Christmas Parade to
be held Saturday, Dec. 1, at 3:30
p.m. Anyone interested in being in
the parade needs to fill out a entry
form. Line-up will be at 2:30 p.m.
at the old Historic Chipley High
School football parking lot on
Railroad Avenue.
For parade information or to
get an entry form, contact the*
Washington County Chamber of
Commerce at 639-4157 or you may
stop by the Chamber office which
is located at 685 7th Street.

Vernon parade
Vernon Christmas parade will
be held Saturday Dec. 8, at 1 p.m.
Line up is at 12:30 p.m. at the
Vernon walking track (behind old
Vernon High School).
After the parade Santa will be
at the Vernon Community Center
(old VHS cafeteria) to visit with
the children. Refreshments will be
provided.


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Sy Seley, a youth hunter always accompanied by an adult, readies himself and his equipment for the kick-off of deer season.


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Thanksgiving Day marks beginning of general gun season


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When hauling a gun up in a tree stand, it should be always be un-
loaded with the barrel facing the ground.


DEBBIE KUNKLE
Correspondent
Northwest Florida woods are
about to be ringing with the sounds
of guns. Thanksgiving Day marks
the beginning of the general gun
season. It lasts four days until Nov.
25. Two weeks later, the season
reopens Dec. 8 and runs through
Feb. 13.
Lt. Stan Kirkland of the Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission wants hunters to en-
joy but also to remember the first
rule of hunting: Safety.
"We have a healthy deer herd,"
said Kirkland. "And, there is no
reason that people shouldn't get out
and enjoy themselves." But with
that enjoyment comes rules, regu-
lations and recommendations.
COLOR
First and foremost, WEAR
ORANGE and make sure you
always have your hunting license
with you.
"We have a mandatory Hunter
Orange Law in Florida which re-
quires a hunter to wear 500 square
inches of unbroken Hunter Orange
if you are on any public land in
Florida," said Kirkland.
"On private land, even though it
is not required, we strongly encour-
age it. We have virtually eliminated
hunting accidents in the state that
fall into the 'mistaken for game'
category."
GUN SAFETY
With hunting, comes firearms.
Kirkland cannot stress enough the
importance of safety when in the
possession of a firearm.
"You don't have a lot of second
chances with a firearm if you make
a mistake," Kirkland said. Never
point, or swing a gun at anyone.
"This is probably one of the


most fun-
damental
things we
teach," he
said. "We
stress it
over and
over and
over. We
ask that
question
repeated-
ly, 'What
is the first
thing you
do when
you pick
up a fire-
a r m ? '
M o s t


'There is no
reason why
people
shouldn't
go out and
enjoy
themselves'
Lt. Stan
Kirkland
FWC


people say, 'Check and see if it is
unloaded.'
"That is not the first thing. The
first thing you do is to point the
gun in a safe direction. Even if you
made a mistake and left the firearm
loaded and you accidentally pull
the trigger, if it is pointed in a safe
direction and it discharges, nobody
is going to be hurt."
Gun safety and hunting safety
are a requirement to obtain a license
in the state of Florida. According to
Kirkland the safety program is re-
quired for any person hunting who
was born after June 1975. Before
purchasing a license, they must
present their Hunter Safety Card.
Children under the age of 16 and
under the supervision of a licensed
adult hunter are exempt.
"It is to improve our safety
record and prevent hunting ac-
cidents," Kirkland said. "It has
really worked because back in the
late '70s we would run 30 to 40 ac-
See HUNT, page 8A


Take Stock in Children awards scholarships


DONNA DYKES
Staff Writer
An interesting story came out of Thursday
night's meeting of Take Stock in Children. A
dozen students were inducted into the pre-paid
scholarship program. One of them was 14-year-
old Angelica "Codie" Daniels, whose brother,
Nicholas joined the program last year when he
was just 12.
Codie and Nikki have two siblings, Kristy
Young, 18, who probably was too old for the
program when it was initiated in Washington
County, and a younger brother, Devan Daniels,
who is now 10. Devan's mother, Amy Daniels,
said he wants to be a part of the TSIC program


and "is so mad that he isn't old enough."
Accompanying Mrs. Daniels and the siblings
to the banquet were the kids's father, Jack Dan-
iels, and Amy's mother, Sarah Ruth Young, of
Bay County.
The back dining room at the Chuck Wagon
House Restaurant was nearly filled with stu-
dents, parents, friends, sponsors and those
interested in the program.
Representing Take Stock in Children were
Jim Martin of St. Petersburg and Tricia Sheldon,
state director. Sharing the speaker's table with
them were the Rev. Price Wilson, who offered
prayer; Calvin and Joyce Stevenson of Vernon,
Tammy and Steve Griffin, Holmes County


School Superintendent, from Bonifay. Griffin,
which also has a TSIC scholarship program.
Joining the program this year are Tiffany
Fondo, Raven Dean, Miranda Padgett, Miranda
Odom, Kyle Aycock, Michelle Mastison, James
Hayes, Codie Daniels, Kayla Reddick, Brit-
tany Spooner, Cecil Kee Mathis and Danielle
Guyer.
They received their fraried certificates from
TSIC Director Don Walters and Washington
County School Superintendent Calvin Ste-
venson.
A buffet meal was enjoyed prior to the
program.
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Wednesday, November 14, 2007 Washington County News, 3A

TAKE STOCK IN CHILDREN BANQUET


Calvin Stevenson presents a certificate to Raven Dean
while her parents watch.


Codie Daniels signs her TSIC enrollment form while her
mother, Amy Daniels, looks on.


James Hayes gets his certificate while family members
watch.


Miranda Padgett accepts her TSIC certificate from
Calvin Stevenson.


Washington County School Superintendent Calvin
Stevenson presents a certificate to Miranda Odom who
attended with her parents.


Kyle Akcock receives a framed TSIC certificate during
the banquet.


Michelle Mastison was one of the students receiving a
TSIC certificate Nov. 15.


Tiffany Fondo receives her framed certificate from Cal-
vin Stevenson. She is backed by her family.

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Calvin Stevenson presents a certificate to Kayla Raye
Reddick.


Brittany Spooner's family smiles as she gets her certifi-
cate from Stevenson.


Cecil Lee Mathis joins TSIC by getting his certificate
Thursday night.

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Wiliam F. Buckley Jr. on conservatism


William F. Buckley Jr.,
the leading political and
cultural symbol of American
conservatism for almost 50
years, is universally cred-
ited with godfathering the
ideological revolution that
carried Ronald Reagan into
the White House in 1980.
Author, lecturer, debater and
host of "Firing Line" on PBS
from 1966 to 1999, Buckley
founded National Review
magazine in 1955 and turned
it into the country's lead-
ing conservative journal of
opinion. He retired as its
active editor in 1990, but
his syndicated newspaper
column, "On .the Right,"
which he began in 1962,
continues to appear twice a
week. He's also written 10
novels featuring CIA agent
Blackford Oakes. I talked to
the erudite, always-gracious
1991 Presidential Medal of
Freedom recipient -- who
turns 82 this coming Satur-
day (Nov. 24) --by telephone
on Nov. 14 from his home in
Stamford, Conn.:
Q: What's become of the
conservative revolution that
you fathered 50-some years
ago?
A: Well, all revolutions
have to either keep moving
or else be consolidated. Ours
is a little bit of each. I think
that there is less appetite
now, or patience, for revo-
lutionary dogmas of the kind
that all Europe and America
faced right after the world
war. That is an aspect of a
revolution that has been con-
summated. It doesn't mean
that it mightn't reawaken
but, in fact, it has not yet.
So we cay say that's what
happened to that revolution
-- we won.
Q: Do you feel today that
that revolution peaked with
Ronald Reagan?
A: Yes, I think it did.
Viewed as a straight political
trajectory, that, in my judg-
ment, would be correct: It
peaked in 1980.
Q: Can you give us a
concise definition of con-
servatism?
A: Conservatism aims to
maintain in working order
the loyalties of the commu-
nity to perceived truths and


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Bill Steigerwald

also to those truths which in
their judgment have earned
universal recognition.
Now this leaves room, of
course, for deposition, and
there is deposition -- the
Civil War being the most
monstrous account. But it
also urges a kind of loyalty
that breeds a devotion to
those ideals sufficient to
surmount the current crisis.
When the Soviet Union chal-
lenged America and our set
of loyalties, it did so at gun-
point. It became necessary at
a certain point to show them
our clenched fist and advise
them that we were not going
to deal lightly with our pri-
mal commitment to preserve
those loyalties.
That's the most general
definition of conservatism.
Q: Which politician best
exemplifies conservatism in
America today?
A: Well, I don't know
more about that than you do.
All I can say is that the peo-
ple who write for National
Review, year in, year out, in
my judgment, are conserva-
tives leading a useful and
creative life. To mention
them individually wouldn't
do anything other than to
distract from the search you
are undertaking.

Q: When you look at the
current state of conserva-
tism, do you see the sun ris-
ing or the sun setting?
A: We've accomplished
an enormous amount histori-
cally in the last 50 years. We
emerged from the Second


World War gravely threat-
ened at many levels; threat-
ened by a kind of an attitudi-
nal socialism, which I think
we have fought through
successfully; and of course
by huge, direct political tal-
ent -- and a lot of tributary
talent, as in Europe and so
on and so forth -- over these
(threats) we have prevailed.
There is no Soviet threat.
There is no tidal demand
for a change in government
of a kind that would ignore
human rights and private
property rights. A lot of
problems continue -- educa-
tion primary among them,
the allocation of resources.
But the fact of the matter is
that what we have accom-
plished is signal, important
and enduring and under
those circumstances, con-
servatives can legitimately
take some pride in what has
happened.
Q: The prefix "neo" being
placed in front of the word
"conservative" has given
conservatism quite a dif-
ferent spin. Many old-time
or traditional conservatives
are not too happy with the
idea that the United States is
trying to spread democracy
around the world a la Wood-
row Wilson, as is going on in
Iraq. Is that something con-
servatives can be blamed for
or is that something that is
not conservative in nature?
A: I think it's the lat-
ter. Conservatives can be
blamed to the extent that
they are thought of having
acquiesced in that definition
of their goal in a free society.
But it has been by no means
unanimous in the belief
that conservatism consists
in that kind of evangelistic
extreme.
There are people whom
I enormously admire, as
perhaps you do, who take a
pretty Wilsonian view about
the responsibility of states
like ours vis-a-vis states that
simply reject learning that
we consider to be primary,
that's true.
But I don't think that the
existence of the neoconser-
vative movement has the
effect of vitiating legitimate
conservatism -- or even of


putting such pressure on
traditional conservatives as
to feel that they are missing
a great historical tide.
Some people that I very
much respect, like (Weekly
Standard editor) Bill Kristol,
disagree with me on that, but
there we are.
Q: Has conservatism
made a bargain with the state
or with government power
that it should not have made
over the last 50 years? Has
conservatism forgotten the
message of Albert J. Nock's
seminal book, "Our Enemy,
the State"?
A: The answer is; "Yes,
it has." Accommodations
have been made, the conse-
quences of which we have
yet to pay for.
Albert J. Nock, although
he could express himself
fanatically on these subjects,
would certainly have pro-
nounced these as major, ma-
jor mistakes. So, the answer
to your question is, indeed
those excesses have been
engaged in and they affect
the probity of the conserva-
tive faith.
Q: You know who Ron
Paul is -- the congressman.
He's derided and discounted
by many conservatives and
his fellow Republicans as a
kook. Yet his strong stands
in favor of limited consti-
tutional government, lower
taxes, more personal free-
doms and nonintervention
overseas make him in many
ways sound like a conserva-
tive of old -- a Robert Taft, or
a Coolidge kind of conserva-
tive in some ways.
A: In the case of Ron
Paul, he doesn't have a broad
enough or huge following
and under the circumstances
he becomes rather a quaint
ideological aspirant than
someone who is realistically
seeking for power.
Q: You've always had a
visible libertarian streak ...
A: Yes.

Bill Steigerwald is a col-
umnist at the Pittsburgh
Tribune-Review. E-mail
Bill at steigerwald@caglec
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Wednesday, November21, 2007 Sports Washington County News 5A



Blountstown advances by defeating Vernon 35-19


Baker leads way
with 176 yards,
but is ejected

BRAD MILNER
Florida Freedom
Newswire
Ryan Baker helped and
hurt his team all on the same
night.
The Blountstown senior
rushed for 176 yards and
four touchdowns in leading
the Tigers to a 35-19 win
over Vernon (6-5) in a Re-
gion 1-2B semifinal Friday
night.
Baker also was ejected
from the game following
two straight unsportsman-
like conduct penalties, one
after his final TD and an-
other on a sack of Vernon's
Josh Boyett.
Blountstown c6ach Greg
Jordan didn't know what
the extent of the punish-
ment would be as far as
Baker's eligibility, but said
he expected to find out on
Monday.
Baker could be suspended
by the Florida High School
Athletic Association and
miss next week's regional
championship game against
Tallahassee Florida High.
For now, Jordan concen-
trated on the good news.
The Tigers (6-4) advanced
to yet another regional title
appearance.
"This was a good win
against a good team and
I'm proud of all our kids,"
Jordan said. "We were able
to get this win and we'll see
what happens next week."
Blountstown took com-
mand of the game with an


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Andrew Wardlow/Florida Freedom Newswire Gio Works scores a touchdown in the fi
Blountstown's Malcolm Ivory gets taken down by a host of Vernon players on Fri-
day. GAME STATS


17-play, 71-yard drive that
consumed the first 8 min-
utes, 34 seconds of the sec-
ond half. Cory Cox, who
was 12 of 20 passing for
152 yards, capped the drive
with a 2-yard run, and Jar-
ed King's extra point gave
Blountstown the lead for
good, 20-19.
Vernon, paced by Gio
Works' 92 yards rushing,
45 yards receiving and one
touchdown, was stopped on
downs on its next possession.
After a Blountstown punt
and a Vernon lost fumble, the
Tigers drove 49 yards, Baker
going in from the 13 for an
eight-point lead.
Baker capped his night
with a 41-yard scamper on


Blountstown's next posses-
sion.
"This was the same old
stuff we've been dealing
with all season," Vernon
coach Russ Rogers said.
"We've played really well
in the first halves of all our
games and then we have a
bad second half."
Baker scored his second
TD of the first half, this one
from 3 yards, to help the
Tigers tie the game 13-13
with 1:26 left.
Boyett, 13 of 29 for 185
yards, drove Vernon 68
yards in only five plays, the
longest a 41-yard hookup
with Jerel Peterson. Trey
Hill scored with 34 seconds
to go for a 19-13 Vernon


Andrew Wardlow/Florida Freedom Newswire
Blountstown's Matt Vincent tries to escape the grasp of Vernon's Gio Works.


Graceville moves on; Marianna out in playoffs


Florida Freedom
Newswire
Graceville charged to a
commanding 24-point lead
at halftime, but had to with-
stand a rally by Eagle's View
Academy in a 58-42 Region
1-1B victory Friday night.
The Tigers (8-3) will
have a rematch at defending
state champion FAMU High
School next week in the re-
gion championship game.
FAMU, which defeated
Arlington Country Day 35-
6 Friday, downed Gracev-
ille 26-6 during the regular
season.
Behind talented tailback
J.J. Laster, Graceville barged
to a 30-6 lead at intermission
only to see Eagle's View (6-
3) answer early in the third
quarter.
"We thought it was over
and came out flat the second
half," Graceville coach Todd
Wertenberger said. "They
got two scores on us in just
over two minutes."
Wertenberger said that
Laster "had his usual great
game" and that Eagle's View
never got closer than 10
points in the second half


despite the avalanche of
points.
"We hit them with a
waggle pass a couple times
for touchdowns (by Justin
Miles) and our third-string
quarterback Jamie Simmons
also threw a touchdown
pass," Wertenberger said.
"(FAMU) is what we've
been working for all year.
We played 'em in district
and didn't do very well, but
we know they're the defend-
ing state champions and the
team to beat. That was our
goal, to get to that point"
and play the Baby Rattlers
again.

Madison County 41,
Marianna 6
Marianna held Madison
County to a 6-6 firstquarter
deadlock and was driving to
a possible tying touchdown
at halftime when disaster
struck.
"We threw a long pass
inside their 20 and tried a
toss-sweep pass and they
ran it back," Bulldogs coach
Rob Armstrong said. Instead
of a tie or eight-point deficit,
Marianna wound up trailing


28-6 at intermission.
"It's 6-6 after one and
we're thinking that we're
going to give them a game,"
Armstrong said. "Even if
we don't score and go into
halftime 14-6 it's a different
game."
Marianna ended 7-4,
while Madison County (10-
1) takes a 10-game winning
streak into the next round.
"They were as good as we
thought they were," Arm-
strong said of the school
that eliminated Marianna
42-0 last season. "They're
well coached and they play
hard."
Armstrong said that the
Cowboys controlled 2,000-
yard rusher Bradley Battles
for most of the game.
"We made an effort to
make sure he got his carries,
but we couldn't put any plays
together," Armstrong said. "I
told our kids after the game
that we're not gonna judge
our season on tonight.
"We played 10 other
games to put ourselves in
the position to play this
ballgame. They've got a lot
to be proud of."


halftime lead.
Baker's 16-yard run
opened the scoring in the
first quarter. Vernon ran out
to a 13-6 advantage on a
16-yard connection between
Boyett and Peterson, who
had 127 yards receiving,
before the Tigers responded
with Baker's second score.
Jordan is hopeful he will
have Baker next week. If
not, he summed up the situ-
ation.
"That's going to be bad
news," he said.


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6A, Washington County News, Wednesday, November 21, 2007


SPORTS


Holmes


County,

Bethlehem

split a pair


Friday

JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
The Bethlehem Lady
Wildcats took on county
rival Holmes County in
Bonifay and came away with
a win Friday night, defeating
the Lady Devils 48-40.
Bethlehem jumped out to
a 13-4 first-quarter lead and
took a 29-18 lead as Tara
Thompson scored a three
and two layups just before
the half.
Bethlehem stretched its
lead to 38-26 going into the
fourth quarter before The
Lady Devils started coming
back. Cierra Sapp scored all
seven of her points in the
fourth quarter and Tiara But-
ler also tallied seven of her
15 points (high for Holmes
County) in the final stanza
before fouling out with 40
seconds remaining and the
score 44-40 Bethlehem.
The Lady Wildcats' Ash-
ley Pitts then sank two free
throws and Megan McDon-
ald put back a rebound to
seal the win.
McDonald and Thomp-
son led Bethlehem with
12 points each. Brittany
Tate had nine for Holmes
County.
In the JV game Holmes
County took the win 48-46.
The Lady Devils had a 27-17
halftime lead but had to hold
off a Bethlehem comeback
as the clock ran out. Sisters
Niesha Butler had 15 points
and Mavge Butler 14 for
Holmes County, while Han-
nah Pippin had 10. Jennifer
Hatcher led Bethlehem with
13 points.
Both teams will play in
the Holmes County Christ-
mas Tournament Dec. 12-
13 in Ponce de Leon. The
tournament features both
JV and varsity boys and
girls from Ponce de Leon,
Holmes County, Bethlehem
and Poplar Springs.


James Bailey/HCTA-WCN
Bethlehem drives for the basket Friday night against Holmes County.


Basketball
Cottondale beats Chipley
Shaute Forward scored 30
points Tuesday night to lead
homestanding Cottondale
over Chipley, 66-27. The
Hornets improved to 3-0.

Cottondale 53
Marianna 33
Shaunte Forward had a
team-high 20 points and
Brian Gray 11 for Homes-
tanding Cottondale on Fri-
day night.

Vernon loses to Graceville
The Vernon High School
Lady Jackets hosted Gracev-
ille's Lady Tigers Tuesday
night in their first basketball
game of the new season.
The Lady Jackets fell to
Graceville 49-31.
Top scorers for Graceville
were Lakerra Smith with 15
points and Alyssa Hogan
with 16 points.
Top scorers for Vernon
were Brittany Davis with
13 points and 9 rebounds,
and Tiffany Adkison with 7
points and 5 rebounds.

Mosely beats
Holmes County
Mosely opened its girls
season with a win as they
beat Holmes County 65-35
in Bonifay Tuesday night.
Holmes County won the JV
game 39-37.

Chipley wins opener
Chipley High School's
Lady Tigers started off


Both teams played tough defense all night.
V.-.0, 'J ~".," 1IWFR


basketball season Monday
night, Nov. 12 with a win
over the Sneads Lady Pi-
rates, 63-31.
Leading scorer for the
Lady Tigers was Shanida
Thomas with 12 points, Te-
anna Hill 9 points, and Kassi
Shackelford 9 points.

Cottondale 49, North Flor-
ida Christian 41
NFC Samantha Phil-
lips 24, Melanie Warner 13,
Clayton 2, Destiny Hartline
2. Cottondale Sherisa For-
ward 15, Shaunte Forward
14, Briana Gray 12, Shanay
Dickens 6, Kidada Paul 5,
KiKi Paul 2
3-pointers: Phillips
2(NFC 2); Dickens 2, Gray
1, Shau Forward 1 (Cotton
4). Records: Cottondale 4-0.
Next: Tuesday, Cottondale at
Malone, 7.

Soccer
CHS takes
second over Sneads
For the second time this
week, the Chipley High
School girls soccer team
defeated Sneads.
i Thursday night's game,
in Chipley, saw the Lady
Tigers win over the Lady
Pirates 4 to 1.
Kyle Mulrain scored the
first goal for Chipley. Ericka
Provost scored the second
goal with an assist from
Amber Lunsford. Fresh-
man JoAnna Peters scored
the third goal with Provost
scoring the last goal. Han-


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Wednesday, November 21, 2007 Washington County News, 7A


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Anticipation of the holidays filled with warm wishes, festive feasts and brightly-colored packages
fills our thoughts at this time of year. Yet for many in Holmes, Washington and the surrounding
counties, there is no hope for the pleasures we take for granted during the holiday season.
You can bring a little holiday happiness to local homes with your donation to the Empty Stocking
Fund. Each year, the generous donations of good people make it possible to provide food baskets
and toys to thousands of needy families through the Empty Stocking Fund.
The Salvation Army expects to deliver at least 4,000 food and toy baskets to families in Holmes,
Washington, Bay, Gulf, and Franklin counties. Won't you open your hearts to extend relief to the
many families in need during the holidays?
The Washington County News and Holmes County Times-Advertiser along with The News Herald
challenge our communities to raise $180,000 for the Empty Stocking Fund. Joining us are The
Star and The Times newspapers in Gulf and Franklin counties. When donations reach the goal,
Tommy Thomas Chevrolet will contribute an additional $7,500 to bring the total fund to $187,500.

Send Contributions or Deliver To:


The Empty Stocking Fund
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THE STAR






8A, Washington County News, Wednesday, November 21, 2007


HUNT
Continued from page 1A

dents a year. Now, we
are down to six, seven to
maybe eight accidents here
in Florida. But even one ac-
cident is too many."
The only other time a
hunter safety course is not
required is for a one-time
exemption.
"If they intend to hunt,
they need to have completed
that safety course," Kirkland
said. "If they are 16 or older,
there is a one-time provision,
where if you have never held
a hunting license, you can
basically get a sponsor to
agree to go with you."
The newly established
"Hunter Safety Mentoring
Exemption" enables those
persons to purchase a Flori-
da hunting license and hunt
during a one-year trial basis.
Effective Aug. 1,2006, any-
one 16 years or older and
born after May 31, 1975,
can hunt under the supervi-
sion of a licensed hunter, 21
or older, without having to
complete the state's hunter
safety certification.
The new mentoring ex-
emption was passed by the
Florida Legislature to help
persuade more people to
experience hunting. It is
designed to encourage ex-
perienced hunters to teach
novice hunters about safety,
ethics, wildlife, hunting
skills and respect for Flori-
da's outdoors.
TREE STANDS
Wearing orange and cor-
rect licensing in hand, what
next? More safety recom-
mends, says Kirkland, es-
pecially when it comes to
tree stands.
"If you are a tree stand
hunter, and that is the ma-
jority of our deer hunting
in Florida, we encourage
people to wear safety har-
ness," Kirkland said. "It
basically attaches you and


your upper body to the tree.
Every year there are people
who fall that are critically
injured, paralyzed or die
because they are not wearing
a safety vest."

LOCATION
Whether you are hunting
from the ground or above,
it is always a good idea,
according to Kirkland, to
let someone know where
you will be hunting and to
carry a cell phone. Hunters
don't have to reveal coveted
"honey spots," just a general
area suggested Kirkland.
"Tell someone where you
are going and generally
when you expect to return.
Cell phones are widely used.
You don't have to turn your
cell phone on, but keep it
with you.
"If worst comes to worst
and you get injured, it is
fairly easy to pull that cell
phone out, assuming you


have coverage."
When the call comes in
to emergency services con-
cerning a lost or missing
individual, FWC is usually
the first agency contacted.
"It happens every year
and it will happen this year,"
Kirkland said. "It always
helps to know where to start
looking."
Something important
when talking about location
is whether you are hunting
on state or private land, both
carry rules and regulations.
"People need to under-
stand, it has been a state law
since the 1980s that you can-
not hunt from any county,
state or federally-maintafned
road or the rights-of-way of
those roads for deer. Our
hunters know that," Kirk-
land added.

DOGS
Running deer with dogs
in allowed on private land.


Hunters using dogs to take
deer on private property
must register the tract of
land they will be hunting.
Application forms are avail-
able from all regional FWC
offices and at www.myfwc.
comrn/hunting.
"There is an application
that you file with us where
you are basically register-
ing that land with the state.
Private property owners tell
us that this one of the best
things we have ever done."
DAWN TO DUSK
For legal Florida resident
game, resident (deer wild
turkey, quail, squirrel ... )
The legal hunting hours are
one-half hour before legal
sunrise and one-half hour
after legal sunset.
For migratory game the
hours are from legal sunrise
to legal sunset (water fowl,
dove, snipe, woodcock). For
a complete list of resident
game and migratory game,
visit the myfwc.com Web
site.
GETTING
THE PAPERWORK
The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Com-
mission encourages all hunt-
ers to familiarize themselves
with all the specific laws,
rules, licensing, permitting,
safety, and general hunting
information before heading
out to the woods.
All information for reg-
istration purposes is also
available at the website,
www.myfwc.com. Those
without access to a computer
can contact the FWC at 1-
850-265-3676.
All of the licenses and
permits needed are also
available at the local county
tax collector's office, any
retail outlet that sells hunt-
ing and fishing supplies,
by calling toll-free 1-888-
HUNT-FLORIDA or by
going online at www.wild-
lifelicense.com.


Washington County Sher-
iff's Department arrest re-
port for the week of Nov. 13,
through Nov. 20, 2007.
Frank Randall Abbott:
w/m, 1/15/81; Malone; vio-
lation of probation on bat-
tery; arrested 11/15.
Norman Lee Ake: w/m,
10/31/85; Chipley; vehicular
homicide; arrested 11/14.
Sidney Antrobus: b/m,
3/4/83; Tallahassee; traffic
in cocaine, driving while li-
cense suspended or revoked;
arrested 11/13.
Robert Daniel Brown:
b/m, 5/27/88; Bonifay; vio-
lation of probation on bur-
glary of structure, violation
of probation on grand theft;
arrested 11/17.
Angelo Roman Davis: b/
m, 2/5/69; Chipley; posses-
sion of marijuana; arrested
11/14.
Joseph Corley Dizoglio:
w/m, 8/3/83; Sunny Hills;
battery; arrested 11/17.
Matthew L. Foster: w/
m, 9/10/61; Chipley; posses-
sion of cocaine, possession
of paraphernalia; arrested
11/19.
Mark Conrad Fournier:
w/m, 11/12/66; Clearwater;
contempt of court-viola-
tion of injunction; arrested
11/13.
Benjamin Joseph
Grimes: w/m, 8/30/71; Chi-
pley; driving while license
suspended or revoked; ar-
rested 11/16.
Earnest Harmon Jr.: w/
m, 12/4/71; Chipley; viola-
tion of probation on posses-
sion of marijuana; arrested
11/14.
Carol Ann Thomas: w/f,
9/10/71; Pensacola; driving
while license suspended or
revoked; arrested 11/16.
Patricia Faye Toole: w/
f, 1/12/70; Lockhart, Ala.;
driving while license sus-
pended or revoked; arrested
11/14.
Christopher C. Walley:
w/m, 10/01/87; Chipley;


violation of probation on
uttering forged instrument,
resist officer without vio-
lence, uttering forged instru-
ment, Bay County warrant
for worthless check; arrested
11/18.
Rodolfo G. Hoobotzoc:
h/m, 6/25/89; Chipley; no
drivers license; arrested
11/15.
Jorge Gonzalez Isiordia:
h/m, 10/21/63; Chipley;
no drivers license; arrested
11/15.
Daniel Lee Jones: w/m,
8/23/80; Bonifay; grand
theft; arrested 11/16.
Susan Renea Lassiter:
w/f, 8/3/77; Chipley; bur-
glary of structure; arrested
11/16.
Charles Majors Jr.: w/
m, 4/14/86; Gulf Breeze;
violation of probation on
worthless checks; arrested
11/14.
Anita Geraldine Moore:
w/f, 5/4/72; Bonifay; Holmes
County warrant for violation
of probation on worthless
checks; arrested 11/14.
Robert David Paige:
w/m, 8/17/58; Wausai;
aiding fugitive, possession
marijuana, possession of
marijuana; arrested 11/18.
Rigoberto Perez: h/m,
5/8/80; Marianna; violation
of probation on driving un-
der the influence and no drivi
ers license; arrested 11/15.-
Sharon Lynn Phillips.
w/f, 3/7/62; Vernon; worth-
less; arrested 11/16.
James Brian Sanders:
w/m, 9/22/59; Chipley;
disorderly intoxication; ar-
rested 11/17.
Aimee Elizabeth Smith:
w/f, 7/10/89; Sunny Hills;
battery, aggravated assault;
arrested 11/16.
Timothy Wayne Taylor:
b/m, 10/29/77; Chipley; -
violation of probation onr
burglary of structure; ar-,
rested 11/14.


CHS musical
Chipley High School Dra-
ma Department announces a
special visit from Charlie
Brown coming Friday eve-
ning November 30, to the
Chipley High School Audi-
torium at 7 p.m.
Tickets will go on sale
the first of November for
this one night event. You're
A Good Man Charlie Brown
features the musical antics of
Snoopy, Linus, Schroeder,
Lucy, Sally, and, of course,
the ever-hopeful Charlie
Brown. Seating is limited
to 370 seats. Tickets are $7
per person and can be re-
served by calling 638-6100
ext. 507.

New Bridge-
A-Rama season
Enjoy playing bridge
games sponsored by Friends
of the Washington County
Library. Bridge-A-Rama
play will start soon with a
series of games in the homes
of players at mutually agreed
times.


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Come see us for all your
fishing and hunting supplies.
Pawn Shop still open.
We have a great supply of
shrimp, oysters, scallops,
catfish and grouper fillets.
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850-547-2988


Periodic reports of results
will be given with a final
report dinner at the end of
the season. Previous play-
ers welcome any new or
returning players who are
interested.
This is a fundraiser spon-
sored by the Friends of the
Library to aid the Library
in buying new books paid
for by the registration dona-
tions.
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The family would like to say thank you for your
prayers through her sickness. Your prayers for
salvation and healing were answered. We de-
sire your continued prayers as we strive to reach
where she's gone.

A Message From Kristi
I'm sorry I had to leave you
Without so much as a good-bye
It's better this way though ...
Cause it hurts so much to see you cry.
I didn't want to go away ...
So unexpectedly ...
But you see ... I had no choice
For God was calling me.
Though I'm not with you anymore ...
I'n with the Lord above.
Surrounded by His perfect peace
And filled with his perfect love.
There's no more worry
And no more pain
No more clbuds...
And no more rain.
Ijust want to tell you this
And I want you all to know ..
Don't be sad ... and don't regret...
It was just my time to go.
Loved ones lost through all my life
Were here to welcome me home
And I want you to know that even in death
I was NEVER ALONE.
Kristi is preceded in death by her father, Tim Smith and
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ARREST REPORT


Common-sense tips
bring hunters home safely
Florida's fields and forests will soon be alive with
blaze orange hunting gear. Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission officers wants both visitors
and residents to know some important safety rules be-
fore setting out to hunt.
*Your hunting license must be carried with you at all
times while hunting.
*All hunters are required to wear at least 500 square
inches of hunter orange clothing (hat, cap, vest, jacket,
or rain gear,) it must be the outermost garment; and it
must be visible from all sides.


COMMUNITY NEWS






Wednesday, November 21, 2007 Washington County News, 9A


HELPING FOR THE HOLIDAYS

Operation Christmas at Vernon


Donna Dykes/WCN
VES Principal Kathy Cadwell received a certificate of
appreciation given to Vernon Elementary School by the
Washington County Sheriff's Office.


DONNA DYKES
Staff Writer
Operation Christmas at
Vernon Elementary School
concluded Monday with the
winning class (those who
brought in the most food)
treated to an ice cream par-
ty. The several third-grade
classes trooped into the caf-
eteria for their treat.
Several members of the
Washington County Sheriff's
Office helped them with the
chocolate syrup. They also
spooned colorful M&Ms and
mini chocolate chips on the
mounds of ice cream. School
Superintendent Calvin Ste-
venson placed a maraschi-
no cherry atop a dollop of
whipped cream. Red punch
was also served.
About 125 third-graders
enjoyed the treat served just
before boarding buses for
home. They will remember
it for some time since Sheriff
Bobby Haddock gave each
teacher a framed certificate
to hang in their rooms.


Accepting a certificate
for Vernon Elementary
School was Principal Kathy
Cadwell. Teachers receiving
certificates include Susan
Albritton, April Crawford,
Terisa Daves, Regina Capps,
Lindy Newcomb, Bonnie
Lindsay and Judy Young.
Those from the sheriff's
office helping with the food
drive included Victim Ser-
vice Provider Angie Mc-
Donald; Sheriff Haddock,
Jeremy Pelfrey, Doug Smith,
David Riley, Sgt. Brian Pari-
don and Sgt. Gary Hall.
"A lot of families live
further out in the county
and need help," Deputy Ri-
ley said. "Young ones need
clothes and our senior citi-
zens tend to be left out."
The food will be given
to people like them to make
their holiday a bit brighter.


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The Kiwanis Club of Chi-
pley is holding its annual
Florida Citrus Fundraiser,
now through Thanksgiving.
A variety is available with
proceeds supporting Kiwanis
youth activities.
Orders may be placed
through any Kiwanis Club
member, or by contacting
Darrin Wall at 415-4201.
Expected delivery early De-
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Helping the kids with their ice cream toppings are, from
left, Deputy David Riley, Kathy Cadwell, principal, and
School Superintendent Calvin Stevenson.


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Above and below: The results of the school's Operation
Christmas food drive. Kids in the third-grade brought
in the most items and were treated to an ice cream party
Monday afternoon.


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Newest Habitat house presented to its family


DONNA DYKES
Staff Writer
Tabitha Sylvester and her
six-year-old daughter, Haley
McDonald, have something
special to be thankful for this
holiday season. They have
made a lot of new friends
while working on their new
home with Chipley Habitat
for Humanity volunteers and
they will probably be moved
into that three-bedroom
house by Thanksgiving.
The building, dedicated
Nov. 15, is situated about a
mile from downtown Chi-
pley. It has a living room
with attached dining area.
The kitchen is equipped with
a nice refrigerator and range,
along with plenty of cabi-
nets. Furnishings include
a couch in the living room
and table and chairs in the
dining area. There are lots
of overhead fans.
There is one bedroom off
the living room and two at
the other end of the build-
ing. Young Haley is proud
of the big closets in her room
and enjoyed showing them
to her great-grandmother,
Barbara Sylvester, during


open house. For open house,
two of the bedrooms were
furnished with beds, bed lin-
ens and dressers. Paul Smith,
pastor of Chipley Free Will
Baptist Church, led the dedi-
cation ceremony adapted
from one written by Paul
Stephenson of Mississippi
Bible Medical Center.
A candlelighting cere-
mony expressed the love,
knowledge and cheer of
the group. "I am the light
of the world. Whoever fol-
lows me will never walk in
darkness, but will have the
light of life," Smith read,
while Haley held a lighted
candle. When the ceremony
concluded with the phrase,
"We dedicate this home to
the glory of God, the Father,
Son and Holy Spirit," the
house keys and the Bible
used in the ceremony were
presented to Tabitha by a CR
representative.
Gail Davis of the Chipley
Board of Realtors said mon-
ey to build the home was
raised by members of that
group. At the end of the ser-
vice, Davis distributed key
rings with little gold-colored


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Donna Dykes/WCfI
Young Haley gestures to show all the space she has avail-
able in the closet of her bedroom. Her great-grandmother,
Barbara Sylvester, is looking on.
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Donna Dykes/WCN
This portrait of Tabitha and Haley was hung moments
before the Nov. 15 open house began.


Donna Dykes/WCN
Money for building the newest Habitat home was raised by Chipola Board of Realtors.
They were given gold-colored key rings with a tiny claw hammer attached.


claw hammers attached.
David Ridley of Town
and Country Builders is a
member of Chipley Habitat
for Humanity. He served as
contractor for the home.
Helping with the pro-
gram were Zena Corbin, past
president of Habitat; Rebec-
ca Harris, president; Steve
Whittington, vice president;
Ayshia Hatcher, secretary;
Ted Spangenberg, treasurer;
and Ridley, construction
chairman/supervisor.
The house is situated on a
corner lot at the end of Fifth
Street. It is near churches, a
service station and a grocery
store and will be a great
place for Haley to grow up.


Donna Dykes/WCN
Past Habitat President, Zenna Corbin, conducts the
program which included presentation of the keys to
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Wednesday, November 21, 2007 Washington County News, 11A


VETERANS DAY


The Chipley Veterans Day parade was Monday, Nov.
12, sponsored by AMVETS Post 007. The 98th Army
Band from Ft. Rucker, Ala. was featured. (Photos by
Jay Felsberg)
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Washington County schools celebrate Veterans Day


DONNA DYKES
Staff Writer
Washington County
Middle School students
.presented special programs
for the 2007 Veterans Day
observance.
Vernon Middle School
Students held their ob-
servance on Friday, Nov.
9. More than 20 veterans
attended the 1 p.m. pro-
gram that included a letter
from the man who had been
guest speaker at the 2006
observance.
"Last year I spoke about
the history of Veterans Day
(Armistice Day), and what/
who a Veteran is, and my
experiences while serving as
a U.S. Marine," wrote Ray-
mond E. Taylor, who is once
again serving in battle. He
says he was called to active
duty in support of the Global
War on Terrorism and is now
serving as commanding of-
ficer ofF Battery, an artillery
rocket unit, in Iraq.
Lt. Col. Taylor says his
unit is made up of young
men, most of them under
the age of 24. "Seventeen
of my Marines are full-time
college students," he added,
"I have one Marine who
is 51, who came into the
Marine Corps in the 1970s
when our country was in
a cold war with the Soviet
Union." All of the men of
Battery F have taken a year
out of school or career, away
from family and community
to serve their country.
Although his men hail
from four different states
and the officers are from
three others, "We all are a
team serving under one flag,
representing an indivisible
nation," Taylor explained.
Taylor wrote that he had
told the students last year
about how being a veteran
resulted in sacrifice. "Early
this year, one of my Marines
gaye the ultimate sacrifice
when he was killed in a
roadside bomb attack."
Vernon High School
JROTC posted the colors
for the program that began
with a welcome by Principal
Chris Beard and Kim Regis-
ter, assistant principal.
Alana Hearn read "The
Purpose of Veterans Day."
She said it is intended to
thank and honor all those
who served honorably in
the military in wartime and
peace time. In fact, Veterans


Day is largely intended to
thank living veterans for
their service, to acknowl-
edge that their contributions
to our national security are
appreciated and to under-
score the fact that all those
who served not only those
who died have sacrificed
and done their duty.
Larissa McDonald read
"Proper Conduct for Our
Pledge," telling the audi-
ence made up of classmates
and parents, that the pledge
should be rendered by stand-
ing at attention and facing
the flag with the right hand
over the heart. If not in
uniform, a person should
remove his or her hat with
the right hand and hold it at
the left shoulder, with the
hand over the heart. Persons
in uniform should remain si-
lent, face the flag and render
the military salute.
Carolyn Poppell told of
proper conduct for the Na-
tional Anthem, and Autumn
Basinger, an eighth-grader,
led the anthem.
Peggy Adams, eighth-
grade language arts teacher,
read the letter from Ray-
mond Taylor, and Corey
Givens read a Thank You to
our Servicemen.
Following a musical
tribute by the choir led by
Aubrey Herndon, the sev-
enth-grade language arts
teacher, Margaret Coleman,
introduced the veterans by
walking among them with a
microphone.
A slide show was present-
ed by Sgt. Michael Brown-
ing, veteran of Operation
Desert Storm and the U.S.
Marine Corp. He showed
photos he had taken dur-
ing his time in Kuwait and
Iraq.
The choir sang several
patriotic songs, ending with
everyone joining in "God
Bless America."
Refreshments were served
in the school cafeteria fol-
lowing the program.

Roulhac Middle School
and Chipley High School
Students in both units
saluted area veterans on
Monday, Nov. 12, with a
program featuring the RMS
band.
Roulhac's assembly be-
gan at 8:30 a.m. with Chi-
pley JROTC presenting the
colors. A similar assembly
was held for CHS students


at 9:30.
Holly Cutts led the Pledge
of Allegiance and the band
directed by Allan Williams
played the Star Spangled
Banner.
Luke Hinson, president
of the RMS student coun-
cil, and Jenna Corbin, vice
president, presented the his-
tory of Veterans Day.
"Many of us take a mo-
ment on Nov. 11 to remem-
ber the veterans who fought
for our country. But do you
know the history behind this
day of remembrance?" asked
Luke. "In 1918, WWI ended
on the 11th hour of the 11th
day of the 11th month, and
the entire world celebrated.
"An armistice, which is a
truce, was signed declaring
the war to end all wars was
finally over," he added. "On
Nov. 11 of the next year, the
U.S. called the day Armi-
stice Day. Surviving soldiers
marched in parades in their
hometowns, speeches were
given and ceremonies gave
thanks for the peace that had
been won."
"Sadly, WWI wasn't the
last war," Jenna remarked.
"WWII began, and Armi-
stice Day was suspended.
After seven long years of
battle, WWII ended and our
day to honor the soldiers
who had fought in wars was
changed to Veterans Day.
"Veterans Day ceremo-
nies occur all over the world


just like this one today,"
Corbin explained. "Remem-
ber, at the 11th hour of the
day, take a moment of si-
lence to remember those
who have fought and died
to preserve our freedom and
protection."
After a band number,
WINGS students from Kath-
leen Nelson's room dis-
played a large memorial
flag they had constructed.
The band played "This is
My Country," and "America
the Beautiful" before Ash-
lyn Jeffries talked about
Arlington.
The program was com-
pleted with taps by a band
student.
RMS Principal Mike Park
recognized students who
have family members serv-
ing overseas and asked each
of the honored veterans to
identify themselves as they
walked across the staging
area. The veterans moved
outdoors to form a long
reception line and students
shook their hands as they
filed out of the building to
return to class.
The program thanked the
veterans who joined the stu-
dents for the day's celebra-
tion of their contributions to
our country.
"We are indebted to you
for your sacrifices which
you have made so that we
may live in a free country,"
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12A, Washington County News, Wednesday, November 21, 2007


Thanksgiving
at the Wells house
Today's prattle comes
one day before Thanksgiv-
ing Day.
My long-time friend,
Doyle Taylor, repeatedly
reminded me that Thanks-
giving Day is strictly an
American holiday. It grieved
Doyle to see businesses dis-
play and promote Christmas
merchandise prior to the
Thanksgiving holiday.
The first American
Thanksgiving Day was cel-
ebrated less than a year after
the Plymouth colonists had
settled in the new land. It
was their way of saying
thanks for the bountiful
supply of food, especially
corn.
The first Thanksgiving
Day, set aside for the special
purpose of prayer, as well as
celebration, was decreed by
Governor Bradford as July
30, 1623.
The custom of celebrating
Thanksgiving Day spread
throughout the New England
colonies. The day varied
for celebration as it became
more of an observation for
victories in wars.
On Nov. 26, 1789, Presi-
dent George Washington is-
sued a general proclamation
for a day of thanks. The same
year, the Protestant Episco-
pal Church announced that
the first Thursday in No-
vember would be a regular
yearly day for giving thanks
"unless another day be ap-
pointed by civil authori-
ties."
For many years there was
no regular national Thanks-
giving Day in the United
States. Each state seemed
to adopt its own day and
method of recognizing the
special day.
In 1863, President Abra-
ham Lincoln is credited as
proclaiming the last Thurs-
day in November as "a day
of thanksgiving and praise to
our beneficent Father."
For 75 years, the presi-
dents of the United States
formally proclaimed the last
Thursday in November as
Thanksgiving Day.
In 1939, President Frank-
lin D. Roosevelt, by proc-
lamation, determined that
Thanksgiving day be set one
week earlier. His avowed
purpose for the change was
to help businesses by mak-
ing the shopping period
longer between Thanksgiv-
ing and Christmas.
Congress finally ruled,
that after 1941, the fourth
Thursday of Novem-
ber would be observed as
Thanksgiving Day and de-
clared it a legal holiday.
Now that the prattler has
given readers a history les-
son on the evolving date of
the historic Thanksgiving
Day, he will reflect on the
significant day in his life.
In my younger days, the
first and foremost thing in
my mind was that Thanks-
giving Day meant being out
of school for at least two
days.
In my memory, it seems
that the fourth Thursday in
November was always a
cold, bitter winter day. Cold
weather at our house meant
hog killing time or syrup
making. Holidays did not
interfere with either.
We did enjoy" an abun-
dance of food on Thanks-
giving Day, even though I


Submitted photo
Perry, the "prattler," at the head of the family table flanked, left to right, by sons,
Emory, Timothy, Grant and Gordon.


never recall the traditional
Thanksgiving turkey being
on the table.
Instead of turkey, mama
had the "big fat stewing
hen" plucked from our flock.
After cooking the sacrificial
chicken long hours on the
wood-burning stove, and
after reaching the desired
tenderness, the good part
began.
I challenge anyone to
come up with any better
chicken and dressing than
that of my mother.
She would prepare one
pan without oysters and then
include freshly "hulled" oys-
ters in a separate cooking.
I still enjoy a container of
Thanksgiving dressing with
the succulent seafood added.
However, I am in a minor-
ity in my household when
it comes to that delicacy.
Maybe I will assert myself
this year and request a spe-
cial cooking of dressing with
flavorful oysters for the 'old
man.'
Mama's chicken and
dumplings still remain as
number one in my mind.
The dumplings at our table
were "made from scratch"
and did include diced boiled
eggs. Turnip greens, with the
roots cooked in, seasoned
with ham hock, with ample
ham left on the bone, was
a "must" at our Thanks-
giving dinner table. Home
grown peas, which had been
"canned" in fruit jars earlier
in the summer, appeared
in large quantities on the
Wells' household dinner
table. Winter grown fresh
collards were prepared for
the meal.
Don't forget mama's
trademark "pone" cornbread
with the large pones baked
just right in the oven of the
old stove. Our dad, Hugh
Wells, would have cried
had she not also baked her
famous biscuits, also made
from "scratch."
If pork was included in
our Thanksgiving dinner, it
was a fresh ham or shoul-
der, seasoned just right and
baked to a golden brown
in the oven and sliced for
serving.
Our mother's standby
dessert for the Thanksgiv-
ing meal was cinnamon
pudding. It must have been
her own recipe as none of
the offspring seem to have


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carried it down. Hester and
my sister, Hazel, have tried
duplicating the popular holi-
day dish, and both have done
commendable jobs in the
effort.
The only salad my mother
ever prepared for Thanks-
giving was a dish she called
ambrosia. It compares with
today's fruit salad. I do recall
that she spread the concoc-
tion of fruit and nuts with
shredded fresh, coconut.
Cured ham, cranberry
sauce, pecan pie and other
popular menu items served
on Thanksgiving dinner
tables, have come on the
scene during my lifetime.
We are expecting the
"multitude" of family at
our dinner table tomorrow
as I know you are. Our son,
Grant, and family plan to be
with us. Nowadays just our
family together constitutes a
multitude.
It seems that my mind and
my thoughts have been in
the Thanksgiving mode for
many months. So many good
things continue to come
my way in an exceptional
manner.
Aside from the blessings
of a loving family and a
degree of excellent health,
it seems that an added mea-
sure of manifold experiences
have been mine to enjoy.
Close to being top of the
list is the acceptance of the
prattle column by my read-
ers. Complimentary remarks
just keep on coming every
week from those of you who


tell me how much you enjoy
the writings.
The support and appre-
ciation that so many of you
have expressed for my in-
volvement in the prepara-
tion and ultimate sales of
the Heritage of Washington
County book has been most
heart warming and reward-
ing.
This past year has brought
me in contact with members
of my Wells' descendants
in Santa Rosa County, Fla.,
and Butler County, Ala. I
knew they were there but
had about given up hope that
I would ever get to know
them. Getting acquainted
and learning something of
the genealogy of our kinship
has been most delightful and
an added blessing.
My desire and hope is that
all of you, too, have some
things, and some ones, in
your life which will make for
a meaningful day of Thanks-
giving for you.
Although Thanksgiving
Day may not have officially
been declared a religious
holiday, what better way
to celebrate the event than
expressing thanks to God for
all blessings.
Let's use the "Doxology"
to make that declaration for
us!
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all blessings flow. Praise
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nights. This program is free to all of the communi-
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friends for a night to remember. The dates of the
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your donations on charitable purposes. It is up to each of us to make sure our charity giving is used
wisely for those in need, instead of lining the pockets of for-profit fund raisers and questionable or-
ganizations. The Washington County Sheriff's Office recommends:
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Florida Highway Patrol will conduct driver license and
vehicle inspection checkpoints during the month of Novem-
ber on the roadways listed below in Holmes, Jackson and
Washington counties.
Recognizing the danger presented to the public by defec-
tive vehicle equipment, troopers will concentrate their efforts
on vehicles being operated with defects such as bad brakes,
worn tires and defective lighting equipment. In addition,
attention will be directed to drivers who would violate the
driver license laws of Florida.
Officers will be on State Roads No. 2, 10, 69,71,73, 77,
79, 81,273,276,277, and 286 during the month.
Country roads with inspection points include No. 69A,
162, 164, 165, 165A, 167, 169, 173, 177, 177A, 179, 181,
185,271, 276,279,280, 284, and Snow Hill Road.
"The Patrol has found these checkpoints to be an effective
means of enforcing the equipment and driver license laws of
Florida while ensuring the protection of all motorists," says
Lt. Jerry L. Maddux of Troop A, Marianna.

Council on Aging Christmas
Washington County Council on Aging will hold its annual
Christmas program and luncheon from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.,
Dec. 12 at the Ag Center in Chipley.
Entertainment will be provide by the Webb Family of
Chipley. There will also be door prizes.
Anyone needing transportation should call the Council
on Aging by Dec. 5 to make arrangement. Call 638-6216
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Inside This Week
Social News ...................Page 2B
Real Power ...................Page 4B
Obituaries..................Page 7B
Classifieds.............P....age 12-16B


IN THE NEWS

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Things to do in
Washington, Holmes and
Surrounding Counties


Angel Food Ministries
taking food orders
New Smyrna Assembly of God
Church in Holmes County is a host
site for Angel Food Ministries.
The last day to order is Monday,
Dec. 3. Delivery will be Saturday,
Dec. 15.
December Menu includes: (4) 5
oz. Rib-Eye Steak, (1) 1 lb. 3-Way
Veggie Mix, (1) 2 lb. Family Lasa-
gna Dinner, (1) 1 lb. Cut Corn, (1) 2
'lb. Split Chicken Breast (2 Pieces),
(1) 1 lb. Sliced Carrots, (1) 1 lb.
Honey Roasted Pork Sausage, (1)
14 oz. Chicken Broth;
(1) 1 lb. Fully Cooked Chicken
Breast Fajitas, (1) 24 oz. Home-
style Hash Browns, (1) 1 lb. Fully
Cooked Meatballs, (1) 6.5 oz
Cheeseburger Dinner, (1) 1 lb. All
Meat Jumbo Hot Dogs, (1) 10 ct.
Home-style Waffles;
(1) 3 lb. Fresh Apples,
(1)Dessert Item and (1) 8 oz. Bis-
cuit Mix.
Cost of this package is $25.
The following specials, are only
available with the purchase of a
regular unit.
December Special No. 1: 7 lb.
Giant Meat Combo Box $18; (2
lb. Thick Cut Pork Chops (6 ct); 2
lb. Beef Ribs; 1 lb. Rib Eye Steaks
(2 x 8 oz.); 1 lb Lean Beef Patties (4
x 4 oz.), 1 lb. Italian Sausage).
December Special No. 2: 4 lb.
Choice Sirloin Box $18; (8) 8-oz.
Choice Sirloin Steaks).
December Special No. 3: 10 lb.
Chicken Tenders Box $16; (10 lb.
Breaded Chicken Tenders).
Holiday Special No.4: Holiday
Assorted Fruit Box $24; (5) Ruby
Red Grapefruit, (6) Tangerines, (4)
Golden Delicious Apples;
(4) Blush Pears, (4) Red Deli-
cious Apples, (4) Rome Apples,
(6) Florida Oranges, (4) Navel
Oranges, (6) Tangelos).
Holiday Special No. 5: Holiday
Gift (Meat & Cheese Box) $16:
(1) 9 oz. Beef Sausage, (1) 9 oz.
Beef Salami, (1) 9.oz. Beef Sum-
mer Sausage, (3) 7 oz. Cheese
(Cheddar, Smokey Cheddar, Pep-
per Jack).
Holiday Special No. 6: Holiday
Gourmet Coffee Gift Special $14:
(1) 12 oz. House Blend, (1) 12 oz.
Hazelnut Cream, (1) 12 oz. Guate-
mala Antiquate).
'To place an order call New
Smyrna Assembly of God Church,
Kathy Duplesis at 547-9559 Mon-
day through Thursday from 8:30
a.m. -noon and 1-3:30 p.m.


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Turkey


Once again, it's time for the
second graders' "How to cook
a turkey" recipes. As always
we run the letters just as we get
them.
NOTE: Ponce de Leon El-
ementary had a field trip and they
were unable to submit recipes.
Second grade students at
Vernon Elementary on "How to
Cook a Turkey."
Ms. Nichols class:
Jenny 1. Fist you get the fether
off. 2. then you put it in the oven.
3. then you cook it. 4. and you put
in on the table. 5. and then you
have a fest.
Unknown How to cook a tur-
key. You soot it. Then you take it
home. next you put the ovin on.
Then you put it in. Wait a hour.
Then eat it!
Dellan Shot it then pick the
fethers, put butter on it. Put it in
the stove then you can eat.
M. Harmon You must go buy
a turkey and come home and cook
it and when it is done you may en-
joy eating it please., have a Happy
Thanksgiving. Thank you lord for
the sun so bright. We are true-ly
Thank-ful. Thank-yoy Lord for
the things so sweet.
Jordon Andrew Batton Its
good to eat turey and a turey is
fun to eat. and you got to take
your time and it will be very hot.
wir it get it. then you can eat it.
Christian Lee Williamson
How do I cook a turkey first I
would stuf the turkey. To make
my stuffing you will need thes
items black olivs, bread, buetr,
carets and salt. then you pop it in
the oven for one hour and then
you can eat the turkey.
Cierra Mayo Frist I need a
turkey. Nest I would get the oven
hot. Next I would put in some
peper, salt, and a little of garlic
sale. Next I would put it in the
oven and put the oven on for 3


Autumn Wells used imagination and her hand to draw this turkey.


hours. Next I would take it out
and try it if it is good I will trun
the oven off and take it to the table
an eat it. The End.
Jillian Elizabeth Hales First
you preheat the stove-up and
then you grab a little-bit of ol-
ive oil- and then you scrape the
feathers off and then you put the
turkey on then stove- and then
before you take the turkey off put
some salt on it and then take the
turkey off.
Faith How to cook a turkey?
First you kill it then take it home
put it in the oven take it out put
pickle juice mustured sales spices
vegetables put it bak in the oven
for about 10 minutes and there
you go.
Kenneth Truman How to
cook a turkey? You put it in the
uven to back it. Then you put the
ingredes on it. Then you let it kole


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A turkey or the NBC peacock?


Senior trips planned
Several trips are planned for local senior citizens during November
and December.
*November 29-30; one night and two days in Mobile, Ala. to enjoy
the Gaither Homecoming Concert then on to Foley to experience dining
at the Home of the Throwed Roll.
*December 8-12; three nights and four days to enjoy Christmas in
Pigeon Forge, Tenn. Blackbear Jamboree dinner and show, Triumphant/
Gospel Southern Show Christus Gardens/The Miracle an other places of
interest are scheduled. For reservations or more information about these
tours, contact Kenny Gordon at 850-482-4799 or stop by the office at
4469 Clinton Street in Marianna.

Chipola Regional Workforce Career Fair
The Chipola Regional Workforce Development Board Region 3 Career
Fair will be held Wednesday, Dec. 5, at the Eastside Baptist Church on
Highway 90 East in Marianna from 8 a.m. until noon.
Students from Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson, Liberty and Washington
counties will be attending. For information or to participate, con.rict
Robbie Bazzell at 638-1180, ext. 343.


Zeke Rook provided this colorful turkey.


down. Them you may eat it. Then
let your famlee eat it.
Clint Vaughn You sout the
turky. Put the turky on a pan.Put
the turky in the uvin. open the
uvin and take the turky out. Then
put it on the table.
Joshua Lunsford Shoot a
turkey. Put the turkey on a pan.
then put the pan on the stove.
heat up the stove, pass the plates
out. pass the turkey. EAT THE
TURKEY!
Alexys Holley How do I cook
a turkey first I would put some
salt and peper and som vinger and
pepersale a littel tespon of suger
and some grese and some manase
and mustord and som kechup and
some pickel juice and tomateo
sacol and some littel tiny slices
of pilkes and som olve juce some
littel slice of ununs and tomatoes
and some fethers and they did not
even now.
Cristopher Lowus Rosa Ferst
we shod woosh the turkey of The
we ned to cut wholes in the turkey
the we stuf it with this cind of
spice stuf. Then we poot it in the
uvin abowt 2 M.F. Then we tack
it out end we eta it. Thas How i
cok a turkey.
Megen Terry 1 step kil a tur-


key. 2 step pel of the fether. 3 step
then put speshl erepes. 4 step then
put it in the uven. 5 step then eat
the turkey.
Tanner Carter If you want
to cook a turkey. give it an apple
and then. dens and then put the
kechup. Then put it on the grel.
Cook for 2 hours.
Allan Daven Hogans Kill
the turkey. Clen the turkey. take
it home and cut it and out it in
oven. When reade we take it out.
then we sit at the tably and eat it.
The end.

Ms. Register's class:
Jazlyn George First you
should clean the turkey. then you
put seasoning on it, and then you
put it to cook and then you test the
turkey to see what kind of tempa-
tre it is and to see if its done. and
if it not done let it sit in there for
a little bit more.
Stetson Maddux First you
clean the turkey until its clean
then you put it in the oven for a
few minits then you take it out
and put in on the table.
James Lee 6 tips 1. you cut the
head off. 2. you pick the feathers.
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Finches enjoy anniversary holiday
Vic and Heather Finch, of Chipley, celebrated their first
wedding anniversary with a return trip to Jamaica. Due to
hectic circumstances following their wedding last year, the
couple neglected to publish their wedding announcement.
On Nov. 11, 2006, Vic and Heather were married at Boat
Lake Park in Sunny Hills amidst a sudden rainstorm, fol-
lowed by a honeymoon in Jamaica. The couple enjoyed the
West Indies so much, they returned recently for a 10-day
vacation. Upon returning home, they announced to their
family that they are expecting their first child next sum-
mer.
Heather Elaine Shea Finch is the daughter of Joe and
Lynn Shea of Anthony. She is currently employed as Hu-
man Resources Director for the Washington County Board
of County Commissioners in Chipley.
Victor Daniel Finch is the son of Ronnie B. and Nancy
Finch of Chipley. Vic is employed as a Senior Roadway
Construction Inspector with Genesis CEI, Crestview.
The couple resides in Chipley where they are building
a new home.


Steverson turns five
Bethany Alesia Steverson celebrated her fifth birthday
Nov. 3 with all her friends. The party held at the park had a
Tinker Bell theme.
Bethany is the daughter of Ronald E. and Lesia Stever-
son of Chipley. She has a brother, Joshua.
Her grandparents are the Rev. Dave and Betty Collins of
Dothan, Ala., and Hilda Rabon of Bonifay.


Carroll celebrates "39th" birthday
Dot Carroll, mother of Susie Schrimsher and Sharon
Herring, celebrated her birthday on Nov 5. She is pictured
here giving herself a "toast" to a life of great happiness and
good health. She has been "39" and holding since 1962! -


Nell Bruner Phillips, left, and life-long friend Edna at
the beach, 1947.


Phillips turns 80
Nell Phillips celebrates
her 80th birthday Dec. 3.
She was born Dec. 1927 in
Ashford, Ala. Family and
friends plan to join together
in Bonifay to help her cele-
brate. She is pictured at left
with her life-long friend,
Edna.


Rushing-Lewis
engaged
Justin Rushing and
Ashley Lewis announce
their upcoming wedding
Nov. 24.
The wedding will be
at the Lake Yard in De-
Funiak Springs with a
reception following at the
Fire Department in Ponce
de Leon.
Justin's parents are,
Kathe and Scarber Rush-
ing of Ponce de Leon.
Ashley's parents are
Debra and James Bain of
Ponce de Leon.


Bruner celebrates birthday
Jackson Wayne Bruner celebrated his first birthday Nov.
13. Jackson is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Wayne M. Bruner,
Jr. of Dothan. His grandparents are Wayne and Phyllis
Bruner, formerly of Bonifay. His great-grandparents are
Maveen Bruner of Caryville and John Talmadge Powell,
formerly of Bonifay.


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Wyatt Ward announces the birth of his baby sister, Kay-
lee Lynn Ward. She was born Oct. 2 at Gulf Coast Medical
Center. She weighed 7 lbs. 8 oz.
Kaylee is the daughter of Scott and Kelley Ward of Ver-
non. Her grandparents are Mary Hill of Vernon, Quincy
and Regena Carnley of Panama City, Teresa Ward of lFint,
Mich.. and Gerald and Donnie Ward of Vernon.

CHRISTMAS EVENTS

Snow in Dothan Nov. 29-Dec. 1
Plans for the third annual Downtown Christmas Cele-
bration and Festival in Dothan, Ala., have been announced.
The three-day event takes place in the historic downtown
*area and has many free activities for families to enjoy.
Sponsors are the Downtown Group and the City of Do-
than. They will transform an 80-foot-long section of Troy
Street into a Snow Zone. Thanks to modem technology and
44,000 pounds of ice, the snow zone will take place 9 a.m.
to 12 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 1.
The whole event is scheduled to occur from Thursday,
Nov. 29, through Dec. 1. It will include traditional activi-
ties such as the City tree lighting and the arrival of Santa
and some not-so-traditional events including a pet fashion
show, and a huge concert on Foster Street Saturday mom-
ing.
Other scheduled events include the Opera House Holi-
day Spectacular, live music, an arts and crafts shopping
fair, horse and buggy rides, the dedication of Dothan's
newest mural, train rides, the Blue Bell Ice Cream interac-
tive village, Santa in the Park, crafts and activities for the
kids from Troy University and the Wiregrass Museum, and
plenty of food and fun for the whole family.
For more information, contact Kerry Farrell at 334-699-
1475 or visit: kerry@themaineventweb.com.

Free Christmas activities at
Dogwood Acres Dec. 7 and 8
Annual Christinas at Dogwood Acres and Retreat Cen-
ter will be held Friday, Dec. 7, and Saturday, Dec. 8, from 6
tob 9 p.m. both days. The event is free to the public.
Events of the evening include candlelit nativity trail,
music, drama, refreshments and hayride.
Dogwood Acres Camp and Retreat Center is four miles
from Vernon, across from the Moss Hill Church on CR
.279
For more information call Dogwood Acres at 850-535-
2695 or Tracy Curenton at 850-652-4162.

Wausau Christmas parade Dec. 8
The annual Wausau Christmas Parade is going to be
held on Dec. 8 at 10 a.m. Santa is going to be at the Pos-
sum Palace after the parade to greet the kids with goodie
bags. Along with the parade, the Wausau Town Council
is sponsoring a Christmas Bazaar with local vendors dis-
playing their arts and crafts. Anyone wishing to enter the
parade or be a vendor should contact Margaret Riley, town
clerk, at 850-638-1781.

Christmas at Bethlehem Family
Camp Dec. 7-9 and Dec. 14-16
. Bethlehem Family Camp' will present Christmas in
Bethlehem Dec. 7-9 and 14-16. The nightly shows will take
place 7-9 p.m. on the camp grounds at 3073 Hwy. 160 in
Bonifay. Admission is free.'
Large groups of 20 or more should call 850-234-0260 to
*schedule a time.
The event is sponsored by Hearts of Hope International,
a children's home being built on the grounds of Bethlehem
Camp. The story is a familiar one but it's told in a different
way. According to the pamphlet this is what visitors will
see:
"Come see the city of Bethlehem as the story begins to
unfold at Grandma's house. From there you will be guided
through the ancient,streets of Bethlehem by a Shepherd as
!the search for Jesus continues.
"On the journey, you will visit a marketplace, the inn,
the manger and other Bethlehem sites as you journey back
-in time and see first hand this ancient city come alive.
"Many will experience the sounds of the first Christ-
:mas as they hear choirs and soloists perform their favorite
Christmas songs throughout the journey in the Holy City.
The sounds of Christmas will ring clear as never before."
Participants are invited to end their tour by shopping for
homemade crafts at the Christmas Gift Shop. They can also
enjoy fellowship and refreshments at the Bless Your Heart
Cafe located on the camp grounds.
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COMMUNITY CALENDAR


WEDNESDAY, NOV. 21
CLOSED: Wausau Li-
brary.
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.-Holmes
County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley
Library open.
1 p.m. to 6 p.m.-Ver-
non Library open
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes
Council on Aging provides
hot meals and socializa-
tion.
11 a.m.-Washington
Council on Aging (located
in Chipley) senior lunches,
for reservations call 638-
6217, donations accepted.
12 noon-Bonifay Ki-
wanis Club meeting, held
at Blitch's Restaurant, lo-
cated 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
Anonymous open meet-
ing, held at Ponce de Leon
Methodist Church, located
on Main Street in Ponce de
Leon.
THURSDAY, NOV. 22
CLOSED: Vernon Li-
brary, Holmes County Li-
brary, Chipley Library,
Wausau Library
Noon-Alcoholics Anon-
ymous open meeting, New
Life Assembly Fellowhship
Hall,'Chipley.
8 p.m.-Narcotics Anon-
ymous meeting, held at
Blessed Trinity Catholic
Church in Bonifay.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics
Anonymous meeting, held
at New Hope Volunteer Fire
Station, located on Hwy. 2
in Holmes County.
FRIDAY, NOV. 23
CLOSED: Vernon Li-
brary, Holmes County Li-
brary, Chipley Library,


MILITARY

NEWS

Tanner enlists
Michael R. Tanner has
joined the United States
Army under the Delayed
Entry Program. He is the
nephew of Adam and An-
nette Hartle of Vernon.
Tanner will do his basic
training in Fort Benning,
Columbus, Ga.

Ward enlists
Josh B. Ward, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ronald A. Ward of
Chipley recently enlisted in
the United States Navy un-
der the delayed entry pro-
gram at Navy Recruiting
District, New Orleans, La.
He is a 2005 graduate of
Chipley High School.
Ward will report for ac-
tive duty to undergo basic
training at the Navy's Re-
cruit Training Center, Great
Lakes, Ill.

Host families
sought
North West Services is
looking for caring families
to host eight high school
students (15-18 years old)
from various countries for
the 2007-08 second semes-
ter and calendar year. There
are few opportunities in this
world where an individual
can take an active hand in
making the world a better
place. This is such an oppor-
tunity.
Students from Mongolia,
South Korea, Columbia and
several other countries are
anxious to learn what family
will help them launch their
dream of spending a semes-
ter in America.


Interested persons should
contact NW-Services at
866-634-3977. Experience
is not necessary as an ori-
entation and support will be
provided.


Wausau Library
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Homes
Council on Aging provides
bingo, exercise, games, ac-
tivities, hot meals and so-
cialization.
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. Ad-
mission $5; Children 12
and under free with par-
ents. No smoking or alco-
hol. Door prizes and 50/50
giveaways. Refreshments
available.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics
Anonymous open meeting,
held at Presbyterian Church
in Chipley.
SATURDAY, NOV. 24
CLOSED: Vernon Li-
brary, Holmes County Li-
brary, Chipley Library,
Wausau Library
8 p.m.-Alcholics Anon-
ymous meeting, held at
Bonifay Methodist Church,
Oklahoma Street, Bonifay.
SUNDAY, NOV. 25
8p.m.-AlcoholicsAnon-
ymous meeting, held in
the board room at Gracev-
ille-Campbellton Hospital
Boardroom, Graceville.
4-6 p.m.-Conversation-
al English classes for in-
ternationals, held at Shiloh
Baptist Church. Contact
church office, 638-1014 or
Karma Cook, 638-8418.
MONDAY, NOV. 26
CLOSED: Holmes
County Library, Wausau
Library, Vernon Library.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley
Library open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes
Council on Aging provides
bingo, exercise, games, ac-
tivities, hot meals and so-
cialization.
11 a.m.-Washington
Council on Aging (located
in Chipley) senior lunches,


for reservations call 638-
6217, donations accepted.
5:30 p.m.-Widows'
Support Group meeting,
held at Chuck Wagon Res-
taurant in Chipley.
6:30-8:30 p.m.-Con-
versational English class-
es for internationals, held
at Shiloh Baptist Church.
Contact church office, 638-
1014 or Karma Cook, 638-
8418.
6 p.m 7:30 p.m.-Sal-
vation Army Domestic
Violence and Rape Crisis
Program (SADVP) will
be hosting a domestic vio-
lence support group each
Monday. The meeting will
be held at the SADVP Ru-
ral Outreach office at 1461
S. Railroad Avenue, apart-
ment one, in Chipley. Call
Emma or Jess at 415-5999.
7 p.m.-Esther Masonic
Lodge No. 144, Bonifay.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics
Anonymous open meet-
ing, held at Blessed Trinity
Catholic Church, located
on Hwy. 177A, Bonifay.
TUESDAY, NOV. 27
CLOSED: Holmes
County Library.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley
Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon
Library open.
1 p.m.-6 p.m.-Wausau
Library open.
9 a.m.-Holmes County
School Board, District Of-
fice, Pennsylvania Ave. in
Bonifay.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Hol-
mes Council on Aging
provides hot meals and so-
cialization.
11 a.m.-Washington
Council on Aging (located
in Chipley) senior lunches,
for reservations call 638-
6217, donations accepted.
Noon-Alcoholics Anon-
ymous open meeting, New
Life Assembly Fellowship,
Chipley.
5:30 p.m.-Widows'


Support Group meeting,
held at Chuck Wagon Res-
taurant in Chipley.
7 p.m.-Westville City
Council meeting.
7 p.m.-Esto Town
Council meeting.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics
Anonymous open meeting,
held at First Presbyterian
Church, Chipley.
8 p.m.-Narcotics Anon-
ymous meeting, held at
Blessed Trinity Catholic
Church in Bonifay.


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Wednesday, November 21, 2007


Page 4B


Washinaton County News/ Holmes County Times-Advertiser


Submitted photo
BCF Women's Ensemble is known for their elegance and precision. The ensemble is
one of the favorite performance groups at The Baptist College of Florida.

BCF Women's Ensemble to perform


The Baptist College of
Florida's Women's En-
semble will perform at the
Dothan Civic Center on
Tuesday, Dec. 11, prior to
the MusicSouth's Holiday
Concert. Beginning at 7
p.m., the ensemble will be
singing during dinner as
a prelude to the 7:30 p.m.
concert featuring Lisa Fer-
rar with the Michael Toma-
ro Jazz Orchestra, made up
of many of the finest musi-


cians in the greater Pitts-
burgh, PA area. The Jazz
Orchestra provides a warm
sound of flugelhorns, flutes,
saxophones, trombones and
bass clarinets. The special
evening event kicks off the
MusicSouth's twenty-six
year history in Dothan.
Tickets for the event are
available to the public and
can be purchased at the Do-
than Civic Center box of-
fice beginning Nov. 19. Ad-


vance ticket prices are $16
for adult, $13 for seniors,
and $11 for students. The
day of the concert prices
will be $21 for adult, $16
for seniors, and $13 for stu-
dents.
For more information on
the BCF Women's Ensem-
ble or music programs of-
fered at The Baptist College
of Florida, contact 800-328-
2660 ext. 427.


BCF Preview Day a success


More than 150 people
visited The Baptist College
of Florida for Preview Day
on Friday, Nov. 2. Accord-
ing to event planners, it was
the largest number of pro-
spective students on cam-
pus for a Preview Day in
the history of the college.
BCF Senior Vice Presi-
dent R. C. Hammack wel-
comed guests and invited
prospective students to
search their hearts and see


The
Nearness
of God

Sometimes we, as hu-
mans, live as if God is so far
away from us that He does
not know what we do, think
or say. In Acts 17:16-34 we
can read the account of Paul
preaching on Mars Hill.
Paul is speaking to those
in Athens who made idols
for many different types of
things. They also made an
altar to the unknown God.
Paul tells them that this is
the one and only God that
they should be worship-
ping. In Acts 17:27-28 Paul
says, "That they should
seek the Lord, if happily
they might feel after him,
and find him, though he be
not far from every one of
us: For in him we live, and
move, and have our being;
as certain also of your own
poets have said, For we are
also his offspring." We see
and hear that Paul says God
is always near us. In this ar-
ticle I would like to notice
the nearness of God, and
look at a few of the things
God is near enough to do.
Proverbs 15:3 says, "The
eyes of the Lord are in ev-
ery place, beholding the evil
and the good." The Lord
can see all things. Jeremiah
23:23-24 says, "Am I a God
at hand, and not a God afar
off? Can any hide himself in
secret places that I shall not
see him? Do not I fill heaven
and earth?" The Lord is ev-
erywhere. There is nowhere
that we can escape His
presence. In Psalms 139:7-
13 David writes, "Whither


if this was the place where
they should prepare for
Christian service.
They and their families
were given the opportu-
nity to visit departmental
booths, gather information-
al materials, see the cam-
pus, tour the dorms, hear
,about financial aid, and at-
tend a student led worship
service.
Following a battle of
the bands and lunch out-


Let Your


Light Shine

Wes Webb


shall I go from thy spirit?
Or whither shall I flee from
thy presence? If I ascend up
into heaven, thou art there:
if I make my bed in hell,
behold, thou art there. If I
take the wings of the morn-
ing, and dwell in the utter-
most parts of the sea; even
there shall thy hand lead
me, and thy right hand shall
hold me. If I say, surely the
darkness shall cover me;
even the night shall be light
about me. Yea, the dark-
ness hideth not from thee;
but the night shineth as the
day: the darkness and the
light are both alike to thee.
For thou hast possessed my
reins: thou hast covered me
in my mother's womb."
God knows all our needs
and He is always around.
God is near enough to see
and know everything that
we do and everywhere we
go. Are you ashamed to


side with faculty and staff
members, BCF Professors
John Thomas and Dr. Rich
Elligson provided "inter-
active entertainment" with
an inflatable jousting event
featuring fun exchanges be-
tween the dorms' resident
directors.
A $500 scholarship was'
awarded to Samuel Crisp,
Panama City, who was vis-
iting with Garry Kent of
Covenant Christian School.

know that God sees and
knows everything that you
do? If so keep this in mind
the next time you are about
to do something that God
would not approve of.
God is near enough to
hear us. In Psalms 116:1-2
the psalmist says, "I love
the Lord because he hath
heard my voice and my
supplications. Because he
hath inclined his ear unto
me, therefore will I call
upon him as long as I live."
The Lord is able to hear our
requests'and listens to what
we say. In Matthew 7:7-8
Christ says, Ask, and it
shall be given you; seek,
and ye shall find; knock,
and it shall be opened unto
you: All we have to do is
seek him. Since God is
near enough to hear all that
we say, we must be careful
of the things that we say.
God is near enough to
sympathize with us and
care about us. Psalms 46:1-
7 says, "To the chief musi-
cian for the sons of Korah,
A Song upon Alamoth. God
is our refuge and strength,
a very present help in
trouble. Therefore will not
we fear, though the earth
be removed, and though
the mountains be carried
into the midst of the sea;
Though the waters thereof
roar and be troubled, though
the mountains shake with
the swelling thereof. Selah.
There is a river, the streams
whereof shall make glad
the city of God, the holy
place of the tabernacles of
the most high. God is in the
midst of her; she shall not
be moved: God shall help
her, and that right early.
The heathen raged, the


We Are So
Blessed


Thanksgiving is one of
my favorite secular holi-
days, but the way things
are looking, if this country
still exists ten years from
now, I'm afraid it will be a
forgotten holiday as it be-
came when Thomas Jeffer-
son discontinued it while
he was president, calling it
a "kingly practice." I like
Thanksgiving because it is
a day about giving thanks
and praise for the blessings
we enjoy. But it seems to
be coming lost between the
two receiving holidays of
Halloween and Christmas
(as they have become).
After Thanksgiving was
gone it took a determined
woman by the name Sarah
Hale, the author of "Mary
had a Little Lamb" going
before four presidents. Fill-
more, Pierce and Buchanan
all told her it was "impos-
sible" and "impractical" to
have such a holiday. But
finally in 1863 President
Lincoln listened seriously
to her plea that the North
and South "lay aside enmi-
ties and strife on (Thanks-
giving) day." So you could
say it took a determined
woman and a war so we
could remember that we
have so much to be thank-
ful for, because we truly
are a blessed people.
Thanksgiving is an
American holiday that
most of the world does not
understand. It started when
the first boat people reached
these shores, escaping re-
ligious persecution. Even
though the boat trip was
hazardous and they all lost
loved ones during the voy-
age or during the first win-
ter and experienced many
hardships, they looked
around and saw the bless-

kingdoms were moved: he
uttered his voice, the earth
melted. The Lord of hosts is
with us; the God of Jacob is
our refuge. Selah." God is
there to care for us and pro-
tect us if we come to Him.
In 1 Peter 5:7 Peter writes,
"Casting all your care upon
him; for he careth for you."
We can cast all our cares on
Him. In Matthew 11:28-30
Christ says, "Come unto
me, all ye that labour and
are heavy laden, and I will
give you rest. Take my yoke
upon you, and learn of me;
for I am meek and lowly in
heart: and ye shall find rest
unto your souls. For my
yoke is easy, and my burden
is light." He will help bear
our burden's and He will
give us rest.
Finally, God is near
enough to be with us in
death. In Psalm 23 David
writes comforting words
when he says, "The Lord
is my shepherd; I shall not
want. He maketh me to lie
down in green pastures: he
leadeth me beside the still
waters. He restoreth my
soul: he leadeth me in the
paths of righteousness for
his name's sake. Yea, though
I walk through the valley of
the shadow of death, I will
fear no evil: for thou art
with me; thy rod and thy
staff they comfort me. Thou
preparest a table before me
in the presence of mine en-
emies: thou anointest my
head with oil; my cup run-
neth over. Surely goodness
and mercy shall follow me
all the days of my life: and
I will dwell in the house of
the Lord for ever."
Some of the most com-
forting thoughts of death


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ings of the Lord. They may
not have had, at that point,
much of the worldly con-
veniences and wealthth at
they had enjoyed in the
land they had left, they un-
derstood the great value of
the freedom they were now
experiencing. Even if they
had lost a lot to gain it and
were even at that point will-
ing to lay their own lives
down so that their children
could enjoy the freedom
this new land offered, they
realized they were truly
blessed by Almighty God.
So in return for His bless-
ings upon them, they want-
ed to share with others and
give thanks.
If you look around, no
matter where you are at
this moment, you will find
there is something that you
actually should be thanking
the Lord for. God's word
teaches us to give thanks in
all things (1 Thessalonians
5:17). Jesus demonstrat-
ed this as He gave thanks
to the Father in Matthew
11:25-27 for the persecu-
tion and misunderstanding


are that God will be there
to receive those who are
his. In Acts 7:54-60 Luke
records, "When they heard
these things, they were
cut to the heart, and they
gnashed on him with their
teeth. But he, being full of
the Holy Ghost, looked up
stedfastly into heaven, and
saw the glory of God, and
Jesus standing on the right
hand of God, And said,
Behold, I see the heavens
opened, and the Son of man
standing on the right hand
of God. Then they cried
out with a loud voice, and
stopped their ears, and ran
upon him with one accord,
And cast him out of the city,
and stoned him: and the
witnesses laid down their.
clothes at a young man's
feet, whose name was Saul.
And they stoned Stephen,
calling upon God, and say-
ing, Lord Jesus, receive
my spirit. And he kneeled
down, and cried with a loud
voice, Lord, lay not this sin


that He was receiving from
those whom He was trying
to help and teach.
So on this Thanksgiv-
ing or during the week in
which we are reminded to
be thankful, look around
you and be thankful. Stop
for one moment and count
your blessings. You may be
in prison or in the hospital.
If you really stop and think
of where you could have
been or even deserve, you
may decide that where you
are and the lessons that you
are actually learning, are a
blessing. Even if you have
what we call foes and they
seem to be persecuting you,
you can be thankful,.for at
least you know who they
are and they actually could
be worse than they are. One
easy way to be thankful for
others that you really don't
understand is to put your-
self in their shoes and then
you will actually see how
much you are blessed.
Look around one more
time now, at the good and
the bad. Think even of
those in other countries
and in other situations, and
realize if it were not for
the grace of God, it could
be you. Now as you have
been blessed by counting
the little blessings of life,
encourage someone else
to know that they are truly
blessed. Tell them of God's
love for them, and rejoice
with them in the blessings
that have been sent their
way. For as we say around
here, "God is good all the
time, the devil is bad all
the time."
This message has been
brought to you from the
heart of Tim Hall, Senior
Pastor, Gully Springs
Baptist Church, P.O. Box
745, Bonifay, FL 32425.
Phone 850-547-3920 or
e-mail: timhall_2000@ya-
hoo.com.

to their charge. And when
he had said this, he fell
asleep." The only thing that
could comfort a person in a
time like that would be to
know the Lord was waiting
to receive you.
It is clear to see that God
is always near, but the ques-
tion really is how near are
you to God. You are never
so far away that you cannot
come to Him through the
obedience of the Gospel,
until you lie silent in the
grave.
Once your life on earth is
over you will stand before
God. in judgment and give
an answer for all that you
have done hear on earth.
Then God will sentence you
to everlasting life with Him
in heaven or you will spend
an eternity in hell. God has
left this up to us.
This message has
been provided by Wes
Webb, evangelist, Chipley
ChurchChrist, 1295 Brick-
yard Rd. Chipley, Fla.


MINISTRY NEWS


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


Email religious news
to afelsberg@
chipleypaper.com






Wednesday, November 21, 2007, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 5B


MINISTRY NEWS


Community-wide Thanksgiving at

Chipley's United Methodist
A free community-wide Thanksgiving meal, spon-
sored by the First United Methodist Church, will be held
on Thursday, Nov. 22.
The meal will begin at 11 a.m. and last until 2 p.m., or
until the food runs out. No take-outs please. The menu
will include turkey, dressing, sweet potato casserole,
green beans, roll, tea and pumpkin pie.
The church is situated at 1285 Jackson Ave. in Chipley.
on the hill next to the Courthouse.


Chipley Missionary

Baptist
Mt. Ararat First Mis-
sionary Baptist Church
will host its annual Har-
vest Day Nov. 25. Sunday
school starts at 9:30 a.m.
and morning worship at
11. The Rev. Waymond
Pollocks is guest speaker.
Dinner and fellowship to
follow service.


Chipley First

Presbyterian
First Presbyterian
Church, 658 5th Street,
Chipley will hold a bake
and yard sale on Friday.


at 6 p.m. Tickets for seat-
ing will be available Nov.
18. Call the church at 638-
1830 for more informa-
tion.


Greenhead New

Vision Methodist
New Vision United
Methodist Church in Green-
head will hold a Christmas
Bazaar Dec. 1 from 9 a.m.
- 2 p.m. in the fellowship
hall. There will be Christ-
mas items, crafts, yard
sale items and the church
clothes closet will be open.
A donation lunch will also
be available. For more in-
formation, call Marty Gar-


Nov. 30 and Saturday, Dec. ner at 773-8293. Graceville
1, 8 a.m.-noon both days.
Bonifay Latter-day Pleasant Grove
Chipley First Saints and Bethel

Baptist The inaugural Commu- Baptist churches
First Baptist Church of nity Christmas Exchange Bethel Baptist and
Chipley will present its sponsored by the Church of Pleasant Grove Baptist
2007 Christmas pageant on Jesus Christ of Latter-day Churches of Graceville will
the following dates: Friday, Saints will be held 8 a.m. be combining their church
Nov. 30 at 7 p.m.; Saturday to noon Saturday, Dec. 1, at choirs for a special Christ-
Dec. 1 at 7 p.m. and Dec. 2 the church in Bonifay. mas Contata on Dec. 9 at


Purpose of the commu-
nity activity is to provide
an avenue for families to
share clean, useable chil-
dren's clothing, books,
toys, infant items, teen and
adult clothing with others
in the community. There is
no charge for the items.
"Come enjoy the holiday
spirit with Christmas good-
ies, music and a visit from
Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus,"
a spokesman urged.
The church is situated on
the first dirt road to the right
south of 1-10 on Northride
in Bonifay. To donate items
ahead of time, call 638-
8836 or 547-4953.


HOUSES OF WORSHIP


African Methodist Episcopal
I 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-
man.
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.
Etro 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.
G-aceville First Assembly of
God: 5565 Brown Street. Pastor is
Charbs Jackson.
Lttle Rock Assembly of God:
Hwy. 173, six miles north of
Boniay. Pastor is Josh Garner.
SLve Oak Assembly of God: Just
off iwy. 177-A. north of Bonifay.
Pastqr is the Rev. Kenneth Martin.
-Mt. Olive Assembly of God:
Hw 179-A off Hwy. 2. Pastor
Thonas Ealum Jr.
lit. Pleasant Assembly of God:
Hw'. 179-A, eight miles north
of Vestville. Pastor is Terry A.
Brome.
4ew Bethany Assembly of God:
Shay Joe Road just off Hwy. 280 at
Hinon's Crossroads. Pastor is Leon
Jerfins.
New Life Fellowship Assembly
of iod: 695 5th St., Chipley. Pastor
Vice Spencer
New Smyrna Assembly of God,
Aolph Whitaker Road six miles
north of Bonifay.
Northside Assembly of God:
109 N Rangeline St., across from
Bnifay Elementary. Pastor Edwin
Bd.
Smith Chapel Assembly of God:
2.49 Smith Chapel Road, just off
HRy. 177-A. Pastor is George Staf-
fcd.
Vernon Assembly of God
Church: 3349 McFatter Avenue.
istor is the Rev. Wesley Hall.
Wausau Assembly of God: Hwy.
*.7. Pastor is Danny Bums.
Westville Assembly of God:
,wy 181 North. Pastor is Lavon
,urke.
Winterville Assembly of God:
)ogwood Lakes Road. Pastor Mitch
ohnson.
'Iaptist
Abigail Free Will Baptist:
)awkins 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
Barley.
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-
tor.
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
Herndon.
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-
non.
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),
Westville.
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
Gainer.
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
Johns.
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
Swingle.
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.
Catholic
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-
ister.
Esto Church of Christ 1247 N.
Hwy. 79.
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: 739 7th Street (next
to the National Guard Armory) in
Chipley. Pastor is David Woods, Jr.
Spirit-Filled Church of God
in Christ: 2128 Pate Pond Rd,
Caryville. Pastor is Elder Tony
Howard.
Church of God in Prophecy
Church of God of Prophecy:
1386 W. Jackson Ave., Chipley. Pas-
tor is Ernest Dupree.
Episcopal
St. Matthew's Episcopal: Hwy.
90 West, Chipley. Vicar is Ward S.
Clarke.
Holiness
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.
Jewish
Temples are available in Dothan
and Panama City.
Lutheran
Grace Lutheran: Hwy. 90 East,
Bonifay. Interim pastor is Jerry
Conley.
Islam
Mosque available in Blount-
stown.
Pentecostal
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-
loughby.
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
Barwick.
Seventh Day Adventist
Bonifay Seventh Day Adven-
tist: 604 Mathusek St. Pastor is Jeff
Westberg.
Methodist
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


Hinkle.
Chipley First United Methodist:
1285 Jackson Ave.
East Mt. Zion United Method-
ist: Hwy. 173 N., 10 miles from
Bonifay.
Lakeview United Methodist:
Hwy. 279 near Five Points, 1970
Lakeview Drive. Pastor Mike
Weeks.
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
Weeks.
Poplar Head United Methodist:
1.5 miles north of Hwy. 2 on Hwy.
163.
Red Hill United Methodist:
State Road 2, two miles west of SR
79. Pastor is the Rev. Buddy Pen-
nington.
Vernon United Methodist: Hwy.
79. Pastor is John Kramer.
Wausau United Methodist: Hwy.
77.
Presbyterian
Chipley First Presbyterian: Fifth
Street and Watts Avenue.
Sunny Hills Presbyterian: 3768
Country Club Blvd. Pastor is the
Rev: Ruth Hempel.
Other
Courts of Praise: 1720 Clay-
ton Road, Chipley. Pastor is Rick
Lovett.
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.
McKinnie.
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.
279.
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
Smith.
Holmes Valley Community
Church: 3550 Fanni'. 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. Farris Stewart.


Johnson Temple First Born Ho-
liness: 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. Harmon.
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.
King.


Email afelsberg@chipleypaper.com to put your house
of worship on the list or to make changes.


,Givng Thanks To The Lord

SAt an early age, children are taught to say "thank you"
when they are given something. Parents try to instill in their
children the feeling of being grateful and the importance of
acknowledging when someonebn
does something good for them.
Children learn by our example
as well as our words, and
they are quick to imitate their
/ parents' habits. Thanking those
who have been goodor helpful
to us is common courtesy. We
should also be expressing our
appreciation to God for his many
blessings. Recognizing God as
our sustaining source of life, and
being appreciative of His great
love will draw us closer to Him
and help us to be better people.
A sincere and honest"thank you"
is a blessing to the giver as well
as to the receiver, and it indicates that a person's good deed or
helpful action was not in vain.

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EDUCATION NEWS


Scholarships
Piolt Club
The Pilot Club of Mari-
anna will award two schol-
arships for the Spring 2008
semester.
Each scholarship will be
for $350 and will be award-
ed to two students currently
enrolled in the Chipola nurs-
ing program.
The scholarship selection
will be based on academic
excellence, achievement,
commitment and service to
the community and the nurs-
ing program.
Applications are avail-
able at the Foundation of-
fice. Application deadline is
4 p.m., Dec. 11. Applicants
must outline financial need
in a personal letter submit-
ted with the application.
Applicants must maintain
a 3.0 GPA and have finan-
cial need. Recipients may
be asked to attend a Pilot
Club lunch meeting to be in-
troduced.
First Generation
The Chipola College
Foundation is seeking ap-
plicants and donors for The
First Generation in College
Scholarship for the 2008
Spring Semester.
Application deadline is
Dec. 11 for the scholarship
which is available to Flori-
da residents from a family
in which neither parent has
completed a bachelor's de-
gree. If the student resides
with only one parent who
provides support, that one
parent must not have com-
pleted a bachelor's degree.
Students must have ap-
plied for Federal Pell Grant
(FAFSA) in order to deter-
mine financial need. Ap-
plication and items required
with the application must
be submitted to the Founda-
tion office by Dec. 11. The
scholarship is good only for
the 2008 Spring Semester.
Students entering col-
lege for the first time must
have a 2.0 high school GPA
and high school diploma or.
GED. Students previously
enrolled in college must
have both a cumulative and
semester GPA of at least 2.0.
A high school or college
transcript showing a mini-
mum of one year's school
work must be submitted
with the application.
Foundation director Julie
Fuqua says, "Chipola serves
many first generation col-
lege students and the poten-
tial impact this scholarship
program can have on their
lives, as well as their fami-
lies, is tremendous."
Chipola is eligible for up
to $12,836 in state match-
ing funds only if the col-
lege raises an equal amount
of private funds for these
scholarships.
Gifts must be received
and deposited prior to Dec.
1 to qualify for the dollar for
dollar match.
Donations may be mailed
to the Chipola College Foun-
dation, 3094 Indian Circle,
Marianna, FL 32446.
John Hudson Memorial
The John Hudson Me-
morial Scholarship will be
offered for the first time in
the Spring 2008 semester at
Chipola College. A $500
scholarship toward tuition
and/or books will be avail-
able for classes beginning in
January 2008.
Applicants must be Mari-
anna High graduates who
were involved in an athletic
program. A 2.0 high school
GPA is required. For appli-
cants in college, a 2.0 cumu-
lative and semester GPA is
required.
Application deadline is
Dec. 11 at 4 p.m. Applica-
tions may be mailed to the
Chipola College Founda-


tion, 3094 Indian Circle,
Marianna,FL 32446.
For more information on
these scholarships, call the
Foundation Office at (850)
718-2478.


Chipola College
offers courses,
classes for
general public
Chipola College will of-
fer a variety of short cours-
es in the coming weeks.
The following Manda-
tory training for Child Care
Facility Personnel and Fam-
ily Child Care Home are
scheduled: Child Abuse
and Neglect, Feb. 1, 6 to 10
p.m.; Child Growth and De-
velopment, Feb. 2, 7 a.m. to
1 p.m.; Behavioral Obser-
vation and Screening, Feb.
4 and 6, 6 to 9 p.m.; Health,
Safety and Nutrition, Feb. 9,
7 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Rules and
Regulations (center), Feb.
land 13, 6 to 9 p.m.; Pre-
School Appropriate Prac-
tices, March 1, 7 a.m. to 5
p.m.; Special Needs Appro-
priate Practices, March 8, 7
a.m. to 5 p.m. Costs range
from $17 to $43 depending
on length of course.
A Curriculum for Young
Children course will meet
Monday, Jan. 7 through
April 21 from 6 to 9 p.m.
Cost is $191. An Early
Care and Education Admin-
istrative Overview course
will meet Tuesdays, Jan. 8
through April 22 from 6 to
9 p.m. Cost is $191. An
Internship course will meet
Thursday, Jan. 10 through
April 24 from 6 to 9 p.m.
Cost is $191.
An Introduction to Yoga
for Everybody class will
meet Mondays and Wednes-
days, Jan. 14 through Feb.
25 from 5:30 'to 7:30 p.m.
Cost is $64.
A Real Estate Sales
course will meet Saturdays
and Sundays, Feb. 2, 3, 16,
17, March 1, 2, 15, from
8:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. Cost is
$250.
Chipola also offers cus-
tom workshops. The fol-
lowing are available:
Eat That Frog: Stop Pro-
crastinating and Get More
Done; Whale Done: The
Power of Positive Relation-
ships; The Pygmalion Ef-
fect: Managing the Power
of Expectations; Discuss-
ing Performance; The Atti-
tude Virus: Curing Negativ-
ity in the Workplace; Team
Building: What makes a
Good Team Player?; and
After All, You're the Super-
visor!
Gatlin Education Servic-
es offers, open enrollment,
online courses in: health
care, internet graphics/web
design, business, law and
travel.
Education To Go offers
online programs in: com-
puters, photography, lan-
guages, writing, entertain-
ment, grant writing, busi-
ness, sales, accounting, test
prep, finance, health, child
care, parenting, art, his-
tory, psychology, literature,
statistics, philosophy, engi-
neering, law and nursing.
For dates and course out-
lines or to register log on to
www.ed2go.com/chipola.
For information about
any of these non-credit
courses, call 850-718-
2395.


Submitted phot.
The Chipola College Brain Bowl Team picked up its second tournament win of the year with a first place finish
in the Seaside Academic Tournament held Nov. 9-10 at the Okaloosa Walton CC Fort Walton Beach campus. Pic,
tured from left, are: Chipola coach Stan Young, Trey Paul, Chuck Bryant, Mitchell Whitehead, Jantzen White;
head, Mark Hodge and OWCC sponsor Aimee Watts. Not pictured is Chipola coach Dr. Robert Dunkle.


Brain Bowl team
wins tourney
The Chipola College
Brain Bowl Team picked
up its second tournament
win of the year with a first


place finish in the Seaside
Academic Tournament held
Nov. 9-10 at the Okaloosa-
Walton CC Fort Walton
Beach campus.
Chipola remains un-
defeated in junior college


The Chipola College chapter of Phi Theta Kap-
pa was named Most Distinguished Chapter of the
Florida Region at the annual PTK convention in St.
Petersburg. Pictured from left, are (front) Charles Isa-
bella, Alicia Hatcher, adviser Pam Rentz, Jordan Coley,
(back) J.D. Byrd, Blake Chambiss, Brooke McIntosh
and Kristen Cotton.

PTK receives honors
The Chipola College chapter of Phi Theta Kappa was
named Most Distinguished Chapter of the Florida Region
at the annual PTK convention in St. Petersburg.
The Chipola chapter also received one of three awards
in each of the PTK hallmarks of scholarship, service and
leadership.
The PTK leadership team includes: Charlie Isabella,
Alicia Hatcher, Cassie Mitchell, Jordan Coley, J.D. Byrd,
Brooke McIntosh, Kristen Cotton, Blake Chambliss, Rus-
sell Register, and Glen Thompson. English professor Pam
Rentz is faculty adviser.
Phi Theta Kappa is the International Honor Society for
two-year colleges.


Correctional
Officer Academy
Washington-Holmes
Technical Center will be of-
fering an evening Basic Re-
cruit Academy for Correc-
tional Officers starting Nov.
26. The evening academy
schedule is 5:30 9:30 p.m.,
Monday through Thursday.
It is designed to accommo-
date working students who
wish to enhance their career
opportunities without inter-
fering with their daytime
employment hours. In addi-
tion, for the first time ever,
WHTC will be able to offer
financial tuition assistance
to qualifying applicants.
Registration for the Acad-
emy will be from Nov. 12
through Nov. 26.
Contact Greg Hutch-
ings at 638-1180 ext. 305 or
stop by Washington-Holmes
Technical Center for more
information.


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Career Fair
The Chipola Regional
Workforce Development
Board Region 3 Career
Fair will be held Wednes-
day, Dec. 5, at the Eastside
Baptist Church on Highway
90 East in Marianna from 8
a.m. until noon.
Students from Calhoun,
Holmes, Jackson, Liberty
and Washington counties
will be attending. During
the Career Fair students will
be able to obtain informa-
tion that will assist them in
making career choices. Lo-
cal employers and business
owners are encouraged to
take advantage of this op-
portunity to share informa-
tion about their fields with
the workforce of tomorrow.
If you would like more
information or are interest-
ed in participating, contact
Robbie Bazzell at 850-638-
1180, ext. 343.


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tournament play. Chipola
finished round-robin play
with an 11-0 record and
defeated Okaloosa-Walton
in the final round. Okaloo-
sa-Walton is the defending
state champion.
All panhandle teams par-
ticipated in the tournament,
along with several teams
from Alabama, and one
from Mississippi.


Chipola Art Center
Christmas concert
The Arts Center at Chipo-
la College will hold a free
concert on Sunday, Dec.
2, at 2 p.m. when college
and professional musicians
gather for a Chipola Family
Christmas.
The musical afternoon
will feature international
concert flutist Donna Wiss-
inger in concert with Mary
Brigid Roman, harpist,
and Chipola music faculty
members Daniel Powell,
saxophone, Dr. Christine
Yoshikawa, piano, and


/


Chipola Brain Bowl
team members are MarkL
Hodge, Jantzen Whitehead,
Trey Paul, Chuck Bryant,
and Mitchell Whitehead.
Stan Young and Dr. Robert',
Dunkle are coaches.
Mark Hodge and Jantzen',
Whitehead were named all-',
stars for individual scoring
at the tournament.


Adam Foster, guitar.
The afternoon holiday,,
concert will include the CD
release of "A Chipola Fam-,
ily Christmas" by Donna.
Wissinger and select mem-
bers of the Chipola music
faculty. The CD will be-
available for purchase at the
concert.
Sales from the CD plus-
individual contributions will
go toward the establishment
of the Joan B. Stadsklev
Fine and Performing Arts'
Scholarship Fund.
For additional informa-,
tion phone 850-718-2277.


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TURKEY
Continued from page 1B

3. cuthe legs off. 4. put it on a
pan. put it in the oven. 6. you
put itm 200 low.
JRion Andrews First you got
to hut a turkey and cut it open
and ean it out clean and wash it
in pi it in the oven cook it.
unielle Bradley Frist kil it
theryou cute he legs off an the
youut off the head and then you
clerit and then you put it in a
ovethen you put in on cook and
theyou take it out.
tormy Levingston First you
by and then you put all the lags
ouAnd you put it in the oven.
yana McDonald they buy
a rkey at a story in come back
hoe in cook it they put it in the
oin in cook it and set at the table
inat it.
Laquasha Peterson to cook a
tjey have to take the fethere and
tl beck and the eaie and the feet
al the chento.
,Olivia Cotton I would dig all
t meat out first then put it on a
Ird and grind it and then put it in
rot and put the pot full of turkey
eat on the stove and roast it that
called potroasting and that is
killed cooking a turkey.
Jake Zauner First you kill the
irkey. Then you bring it home.
ext you bring it in your house.
nd then you put it on a tray. Then
,ou cut a hole in it. Next you pit
;isening in it. Then you put it in
he oven. Then it will cook. Next
it will be don. Then you can eat it.
Yummy yum yum.
Chris K First you find the
turkey. You kill the turkey. You
sques the blood out. You put it in
the ovin ready to eat.
Selena Murray Frist you take
of the fether and thin you take of
the wings. And thin you take of
thin you cline it thin you tall all
the stufe out of it. Thin you put it
in the stove, and thin you cate it
and eat it.
Tiffiny Allen you go hunting


Tinsley has the whole procedure figured out.


and kill a turkey. You put a but-
ton thing in it and put it in the
oven and than you get out all of
the other goodies and have a pre-
cious, wonderful, great, happy
Thanksgiving!
Jacob Fisher First you find
a turkey and then you kill it, you
wash it real good. But then you
put the turkey in the oven. Then
you cut a slice of it and you eat it.
John Morris You kill the tur-
key and then you cut its neck off
and its fethers so you would not
eat a fether and you cut its legs off
and then you cook it and hen you
call the hole intire family and eat
the turkey.
Ceirra Rose Gandy Frist you
put the turkey in the oven for 400
hundred dugreese and then when
it is done cooking you take it out
and you stuff it and you can put


cisining on the turkey and then
you can eat it.

Mrs. McWaters class:
Joseph Kuechler First, poot
it in a pot. Next, you cook it for
3 hours. Then, you cut it with a
knife. Last, you put salt and pep-
per on it and eat it.
Vivek Thind first, buy the tur-
key. Next, cook it for three hours
then, cut it up with a sharp object
a knife will do the trick. Last, you
can eat it for Thanksgiving.
Mahgen Davis First put it in
a pan. then, I cook it for 3 hours.
Next, I cut it up with a knife. Last,
I at it for Thanksgiving.
Kaylee First I out it in the pan
next I cook it for two hours. Next,
I cut it with a big knife. Last I eat
it for a Thaksgiving feast.
Riley Alan Spittler First I put


the turkey in a pan. Next, you put
it in the oven and cook it for an
hour. then,m you take it out. Last,
you eat it for Thanksgiving.
Jonathan First, i put it on a
pan with a top. Then, I cook it for
3 1/2 hours. Next cut it up with a
knife. last I eat it for Thanksgiv-
ing.
Lilly Brock First I go to Wal-
mart. next, Mom buys the turkey.
Ten Mom and I go home. Last we
eat it, The end.
Raeanna Hill I put the turkey
in a pan without rack. I put butter
and salt on it for 3 hours. I cut it
up for Thanksgiving.
Mathew Isenhoff First my
mom bise it from Publex. Next
she puts it in the car and we ride
home. Then my mom sesen it.
Last she puts it in the uven.
Chasity Jackson First, put it


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OBITUARIES


John Simmons
John Henry Simmons,
66, of Ponce de Leon died
Oct. 25 at the family home.
He was born in Holmes
County June 26, 1941, son
of Bill and Velma Holley
Simmons.
He was preceded in death
by his parents; a sister and
brother-in-law, Areviella
and Herman Tadlock; sis-
ter, Irene Andrew, and sis-
ters-ii-law, Kathy Lee and
Boblie Ownes.
Strviving are his wife of
42 years, June Simmons;
son and daughter-in-law,
William and Dawn Sim-
mon; two daughters and
sonsin-law, Kimberly and
Donild Tate, Deanna and
Stev Allen; six sisters and
# brotters-in-law, Juanita and
Johi Sasnett, Mayble and
Ral] Minger, Lowreane
andcaul Sasnett, Wayavene
and Rodney Curry; Helen
ancElmer Sasnett, Inez and
Haold Cassiday;
ix brothers and three
sistrs-in-law, Billy Sim-
mos, Albert and Merlene
Sitmons, Luther Sim-
mas, Willard and Janette
Sitmons, Wilber and Kel-
le'Simmons, Howard and
Jcnn Simmons; broth-
er-in-law, Elton Andrews,
Rbert Cassidy, Jerry Cas-
siy and wife, Dodie, Roger
I;, and Denver Ownes;
ad six grandchildren.
'Funeral was held Oct. 27
eBeach Grove Church of
Od with the Revs. Kenny
lontgomery and Mitchell
blsonback officiating.
Burial was in Old Mount
ion Cemetery with Jerry
vans Funeral Home of De-
uniak Springs in charge.


Donald E. Brock
Donald Earl Brock, 61,
)f Vernon died Nov. 9 at
lis home. He was born June
24, 1946, in Marianna to
:he late Robert Heston and
Blondell Brock Smith.
Survivors include his
wife, Penny Sue Dollar
Brock of Vernon; a daugh-
ter, Michelle DePlanche
and husband, Daniel, of
Dallas, Ga.; father-in-law,
Robert Dollar of Thomson,
Ga. a brother-in-law, David
Dollar and wife, Beth, of
Jacksonville; two nieces,
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Danielle and Rachael Dol-
lar of Jacksonville, and one
granddaughter.
Services were held Nov.
11 in Unity Baptist Church
Cemetery with the Rev.
Randy Wilson officiating.
The eulogy was by Billy
Haber. *
Burial followed with
Peel Funeral Home of Bon-
ifay directing.



Larry Acosta
Larry Acosta, 67, of
Chipley died Nov. 11 in
Chipley. He was born July
21, 1940, in Jacksonville to
.Arthur C. Gladys (McCool)
Acosta.
He was a member of the
First Assembly of God in
Chipley.
Survivors include his
wife, Barbara Acosta of
Chipley; one son, Russell
L. and wife, Debra Russell,
of Brownstown, Mich.;
three stepsons, Keith Ellis
and wife, Michelle of Fer-
nandina Beach, Gene Ellis,
Brent Ellis and wife, Chel-
ley, all of Jacksonville; one
daughter, Kathy Patton and
husband, Danny, of Am-
brose, Ga.;
Three brothers, Terry
Acosta and wife, Susan,
and Randy Acosta, all of
Lake City, Daniel Acosta
and wife, Sandra, of Jack-
sonville; two sisters, Faye
Lobach and husband, Da-
vid, of Jacksonville, Kitty
Sheffield and husband, Ira,
of Leisure Lake in Chipley;
and seven grandchildren.
Graveside services were
held Nov. 15 at Evergreen
Memorial Gardens in St.
Augustine with Brown Fu-
neral Home of Chipley di-
recting.


Idus McDonald
Idus McDonald, 94, of
Graceville died Nov. 11 fol-
lowing an extended illness.
He was born Dec. 10, 1912,
near Graceville to the late
Tom and Sarah Ella Barfield
McDonald.
McDonald retired in
1979 following 27 years as
a purchasing agent for West
Florida Electric Coopera-
tive. He was an avid fisher-
man and hunter.
He was a member and


deacon of Damascus Bap-
tist Church where he served
in many offices over the
years.
He was preceded in death
by his first wife, Gladys
McDonald.
Survivors include his
wife, Kate McDonald; a son
and daughter-in-law, Harry
and Cheryl McDonald of
Donalsonville, Ga; two
daughters and sons-in-law,
Ruth and Julian McCrary
of Chipley, Sara and Roy
Vickers of Panama City;
seven grandchildren and 12
great-grandchildren.
Funeral was held Nov.
13 at Damascus Baptist
Church with the Rev. Ches-
ter Padgett officiating.
Burial was in the church
cemetery with James &
Lipford Funeral Home of
Gaceville directing.


Allen Kersey Jr.
Allen Burton Kersey Jr.,
75, of Westville died Nov.
13 at his home.
Survivors include his
wife, Betty Pearson Kersey;
a daughter and son-in-law,
Tina and Greg Sutton; two
sons and a daughter-in-law,
Charles and JoAnn Kersey
and Anthony Kersey, sev-
en grandchildren and one
great-grandchild.
Announcement of a me-
morial service will be made
at a later date.
Bottoms Garden Cha-
pel of Hartford, Ala., is in
charge of arrangements.


Jahaza Blue Self
Jahaza"Jo" Blue Self,86,
of Panama City died Oct. 13
in Washington County. She
was born in Washington
County on Nov. 16, 1921
to the late Dan and Beatrice
"Bea" Strickland Brock.
Jahaza became a Chris-
tian at an early age and
lived a Christian life. She
was active in her church
and taught Sunday school
for many years. She also
studied and taught art in
Panama City and Chipley.
Jahaza was a past mem-
ber of the Garden Club,
Amaranth and Woman's
Club. She worked at the
shipyard during World War
II and was employed by the
Bay County Tax Collector's


office for many years.
She was preceded in
death by first husband, Ber-
nard E. Blue and second
husband, John M. "Jack"
Self.
Survivors include her
three children, William
E. "Bill" Blue and wife,
Dell, of Plano, Texas, Pow-
ell Blue and wife, Sarah,
of Los Angeles, Calif.; a
daughter, Sonja Johns of
Satsuma; stepmother, Cath-
erine Worthington Brock of
Panama City; sisters, Ruth
Bush and Jane Brown, both
of Chipley; brothers, Tom
and William Brock, both
of Panama City; a sister-
in-law, Winifred Simmons
Blue of Lynn Haven; ex-
tended family, Florence
Parsons of Panama City and
Floretta Jackson of Pensac-
ola; six grandchildren, eight
great-grandchildren, and
a host of nieces, nephews,
cousins and friends.
Graveside funeral ser-
vices were held Oct. 15 at
Kent-Forest Lawn cemetery
with Dr. Jim Luther and
the Rev. Doug Pennington
officiating. Kent-Forrest
Lawn Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.


Ella B. Newton
Ella B. Newton (Tina),
67, of Malone died Nov. 10
at her residence. She was
born April 18, 1940, to the
late Jack and Hettie Hayes.
She was a member Greater
St. Luke A.M.E. Church
and faithfully served on the
Stewardess Board. She was
a homemaker.
Survivors include her
husband Shelly Newton
of Malone; two daughters,
Vernell Williams of Cot-
tonwood, Ala, and Gloria
Newton of Malone; two
sons, Henry Hayes and wife
Joann of Detroit, Mich. and
Earl Newton of Donaldson-
ville, Ga.; five sisters, Judy
Faxon and husband Sam of
Campbellton, Hazell Lamb
of Detroit, Lillie Fuller and
husband Eddie of Lake
Wales, Dorothy Williams, of
Graceville and Janet Lovett
of Chipley; one brother,
Jerry Hayes of Detroit;
12-grandchildren, -.mer-
ous great-grandchildren
and a host of nieces, neph-
ews, cousins other relative


and friends.
Funeral services were
held Nov. 17 at Greater
St. Luke A.M.E. Church
in Malone, with the Revs.
James Mitchell and Reba
Sorey officiating. Interment
followed in the church cem-
etery with McKinnie Fu-
neral Home of Campbellton
of directing.


Roy Myers
Roy Myers, 61, of Huff-
man, Texas died Nov. 13, at
Tomball Regional Hospital
in Tomball, Texas. He was
born August 21, 1946 in
Bonifay, to the late Brady
and Reba Everett Myers.
He was preceded in
death by his parents, three
brothers, Tommy Myers,
Jim Myers, Donnie Myers;
one sister, Mildred Myers.
Survivors include his
wife, Mary Sue Adams My-
ers, of Huffman; two sons,
Mitchell Howard and wife,
Sue, of Houston, Texas,
James Edward Howard Jr.
and wife, Shandi of Huff-
man; four daughters, Lori
Sue Vincent and husband,
Jimmy, of Huffman, Sherrie
Myers Lane and husband,
Kenny of Baltimore, Md.,
Jan Howard Deason and
husband, James, of Garri-
son, Texas, Jacque Thomas
and husband, Randy of
Huffman; one brother, Bob-
by Myers of Bonifay; two
sisters, Vernell Peacock of
Bonifay, Wynell Heinrich
of Bonifay; 13 grandchil-
dren and two great-grand-
children.
Funeral services were
held Nov. 18 at Peel Funer-
al Home Chapel with the
Rev. Tommy Moore offici-
ating. Interment followed
in the Bethlehem Methodist
Church Cemetery with Peel
Funeral Home of Bonifay
directing.


Hinton C.
McKinnon
Hinton. C. McKinnon,
77, Westville died at his
residence, Nov. 15. He
was born May 27, 1930 in
Holmes County to the late
Dannie F. and Bessie Owen
McKinnon. He was a life-
long resident of Holmes
County. Hinton served in


the U.S. Coast Guard. He
enjoyed fishing, gardening
and farming.
Survivors include his
wife Jeneice Huggins McK-
innon, of Westville; one
son, Forrest Wayne McK-
innon of Dothan, Ala.; two
daughters and sons-in-law,
Linda Gail and Lynn Al-
len. of Campbellton, Peggy
and Mark Bracewell of
Lake Butler; four step-chil-
dren, Betty and Jimmy Mc-
Gowan of Atlanta, Ga., Jack
and Kerry Commander, Jeff
and Lisa Commander, all
of Westville, John and Kim
Commander of Geneva,
Ala.; one sister, Maxine and
Cawthon Parker of Panama
City; 16 grandchildren; 3
great-grandchildren and
other extended family and
friends.
Funeral services were
held Nov. 17, at West Pit-
tman Baptist Church with
the Revs. Ivaloy Loper and
Eddie Eaton officiating.
Burial followed in the West
Pittman Baptist Church
Cemetery with Sorrells Fu-
neral Home of Geneva di-
recting.
Memorials may be made
to West Pittman Baptist
Church Building Fund,
1603 Bradley Road, West-
ville, FL 32464.


Edna Finch
Edna Ruth Finch, 80, of
Chipley died Nov. 11. She
was born Feb. 5, 1927, in
Baker to Austin and Jesse
(Cody) Gillis.
She was of the Bap-
tist faith and a member of
the New Prospect Baptist
Church.
She was preceded in
death by her husband, No-
lan Julious Finch.
Survivors include two
sons: Don Finch and Leon-
ard Finch, both of Chipley;
three daughters, Gwendo-
lyn Pippin of Bonifay, Di-
ane Adams and Christine
Pearson, both of Chipley;
11 grandchildren and 25
great-grandchildren.
Services were held Nov.
14 in the funeral home cha-
pel with Dr. Kermit Soileau
officiating.
Burial was in Hard La-
bor Cemetery in Chipley
with Brown Funeral Home
of Chipley directing.


on the oven. Next, put it on the ta-
ble. Then, hours 350. Last eat it.
J'Kera Jane Andrews You
bake in the oven 350 degrees
Hours seaonings. Carve. I go
to the seaonings buy a turkey at
Walmart. I put a turkey in a oven.
Shelby Redmon First, I cook
it. Then I all different siccingce.
Next, I get reddy. Last, we are
reddy.
Savannah Moore First, I buy
mine at Wallmart. Next you ull
thefethers off. Tehn, you put the
seasuning onit. You put it in the
ofan 350 hours. Finally, you eat it.
Halea Cushman First, you
go to the stor and by a butter boll
turkey. Next, I put salt peper and
other turkey goodyis. then I put it
in the oven and cook it. Finally, I
have it for Thanks giving.
Tyrese Shane First I went to
Wal-mart. Next I put butter on it.
Then I seasoning Last I eat it.
Kayleb Shaw First, you take
the featers off. Next you put it in
the pot an put it on for 350 de-
grees. Then you let it cool off. Fi-
nally you eat it on Thanksgiving.
Payton A. Poppell First, bak
it in a oven. Next, bake it for 330
degrees. Then, put some season in
it. Finally, get it some peper in it.
happy thanks giving
L. Harris First, i will kill the
turkey. Next I will couke it. Then
I will take it out. Finally, I eat it
and family.
Tyrene Shaw First Wal-mart.
Next seasonings. Then 350 de-
grees. Finally I eat it.
K. Scott First, she go to
Walmart. Next cook it. Then 5
.hours. Last to oven. You go to bed
and you brush your teeth and then
season salt.

Ms Taylor's class:
Makayli Edwards I buy the
turkey than I stuff the turkey than
I put onuin on the turkey. And
than I put garlic on top of it and
put other stuff on top of it. Pine-
apple on the side of it. and than
I bake it to. And than we eat it to
thanksgiving.


Jillian Hurst I first buy a
turkey. then I bring it home and
cook it. Put it on the table. Then
put spice on it. Then put the rest
of the stuff on the table. Then you
can eat it.
Reese C. 1. Cut te legs off
then cut the head off. 2. cut off the
feters. 3. put it in the oven. 4. Put
it at 101 mimits. 5. tak the bones
out and then cut it to pises. 6. cut
it as miny pises as you want.
Ke'Elis Brown First buy a
turkey then cut off the head and
feet. Then cook it and then stuff
it and cook corn on the cob and
cook pine apples in it and eat it
with potoes.
Josh Webb I by the turkey. I
cut the raper off. And I cook the
turkey. and poot sees in it.
Kedric Campbell Frst I cut
the legs off and put the turkey in
the stove and cut the head off.
Kevin Burch
First yuo biy a turkey. next yuo
dress the turkey. then you cook it
for one ower. and eat it. have a
good time.
Mavlin Brock I will stuf the
trucky and then I will put it in the
grill and thet it cook and then I wil
take it out and then I tack out the
bones and then I will eat the tu-
recky for thanckgiving and I will
do that next year to.
Anna Hogue To frie a turkey
you must ferst pluck the turkey
thin you must take the legs off.
And thin you stuff it and thin you
kooc it.
Trey T. Put half of an ovuin.
some grlick. cook it about 25
miuts. them my mom cuts it an
it's done.
Jazmine Peterson First you
have to find a turkey and then kill
it then you rost it and you see if it
is good. Then you get a fork and a
knif and you get a plate then you
cut the head off the fethers the
beak and the waddle. the end.
Jasmine Kolmetz First you
have the turkey then you drece the
turkey. Then you cook the turkey.

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TURKEY
Continued from page 7B

then you eat the turkey. Then
you have a grat turkey happy
thanksgiving the end. East turkey
mmmm. Eat crambarry jooce. Eat
sagety. Eat pumpkin pie. ok
Gage Hallman I go hunten
and I see a turkey and I sut hem
and I take hem and klen hem and
I cook hem and then i poot hem
on a plate and I put hem on the
tabel and everyone gets sumthing
to eat, the end.
Christopher Corbin To frie a
turkey. cut its legs off. and cook
it in a pan. Set the timer for a few
minutes. To cook a turkey you
buy it or shoot it. Make sure it is
dead. make sure its a turkey. clean
it if you shoot.
Dustin You go in the wods.
Thin you soot the turkey. Thin
you ploch, clen it and got it thin
you coock it.
Brett Brock You can cook a
turkey on a fireplace or on a grille
and on a stove. I like turkey tha
are soo good that way. I eat them
thay make me blo up.

Mrs. Smelcer's class
Joshua Duke First you put it
in the eyun all night and then take
it out in the morning to eat it. And
you put some depein sos on it. It
will make it taste year vear good
and you put it in the evun for 40
minits and for seven awrs.
Anna Ortiz First you go to the
stor and buy a big big turkey, then
you put it in a pan and rub oil over
the skin of the turkey. Then you
cover the turky and put it in the
oven and cook it all night on very
low. It will be done the next day.
Then you eat it on Thanksgiven.
Addison Ray
First you take the turkey and
get all the naste stuf out of it. Next
you take the turkey and put it on
the pan so you can make a prittey
turkey. Then you can put it in the
bbq so you can have a good bbq
turkey. It will be the best turkey
cooked in the world. Then you
can put it in the huven for 20
minits so it can be the pritteyst in
the world.
Isaac Petrella I no how to
make a turkey. This is how you
make it.Fist you put the turkey in
the mikeyway for 30 mins and thin
cut it up to pess and put brbeq sase
on the turkey and cut the bonse
out and give the bonse to your bde
bog and have a nice thikes given
and that's a good thinks given and
that's how you make a good turkey
and don't forget the suse on the
tukey and hats how you make a
good turkey.
Dalton Webb I put the turkey
in the oven and I put it to 43
digrees and for 50 seconds in the
oven for the turkey to cook and
when you take it out you ether cut
it or keep it the way it is or put
it in the oven for 2 minits and up
to 99 digrees and when you take
it out you put whatever you want
on the turkey and eat the turkey
at Thanksgiving and have a very
nice thanksgiving.
Maimai Williams First you
shav the meat off it. Then you put
seen on it. next you stick it in
the stove and you let it stay in the
stoe 10 means. in then you tack it
out, then you eat it, then you can
put beens in it. Then you can eat
the beens but you mite what save
it, but you mite what to give it to
your mom. You can put some stuf
in it.
Faith Harmon You have to
ketch it. Next you scin it. Then
fine the rite pot. And then put the
turkey in the pot. Then put the pot
in the ofen. And then turn on the
ofen. Then let it cook in the ofen.
Then take it out and put it in the
cornacopeya. And put the ofen
on 5 and eat the turkey. And have
a good good time. And have so
much fun. Do not forget to eat the
dulishis turkey, do not forget.
Gabby Farrar This is how
you cook a turkey. You put the
turkey into a crock pot and then
you put it on 54 d. Then you put
oyole and some sallet and peper,
then the sixth thaning you do you
get a cup and then put aoute put
some water up to like the line
and put some fun in to it lets see
how well you can do your story
but don't forget it is thanksiving.
Happy thanks giving. I love
thanks giving, do you?
Crystal Coatney The first
thing you do is you put it in the
cuotpot to cook. And the next
thing you do is you add a little bit
of spise and taste to it. The next
thing you do is you see if it is
finished. If it is you take it out and
you eat it with your femly.
Jamar Massaline First you


Kacey Lee and mom have the turkey ready for Thanksgiving.


buy a turkey, then you get out a
boylr, then you cut on the stove,
then you put the turkey in the
boyler than you put some season
salt on the turkey. Then you put
some salt and pepper on the tukey
and watch it and then cut up some
bell peppers and some onions and
eat it.
Jorge Popoca How to cook a
Turkey. Just poot it in a uben so
it cook and be every good and
people can selubrate and have a
good day. A fest is a evey good a
day is a evey good day to selubrate
is a every wubfl day to hab a evey
best day ub a fest a per de a per de
fest is evey fun to a fest is a turkey
is good to eat is a every be day.
Alexis Barfield First you
shave the meet off the turkey, then
put it into the oven and then you
let it cool down and then you put
it on for about 100 min. and then
you eat it.
Canaan Hall You buy some
turkey. Then you add some spices.
Then you put salt and pepper. And
then add some sugar and last but
not least, you put the turkey in the
oven and set it to 70 degress for
10 minutes and then you take it
out and eat it.
Trinitee Potter I put sot on
my turkey and I put uvens on my
turkey. I put peper on top on my
turkey and I put the turkey in the
uven and I put paper on top of
my turkey and I put reshbys on
my turkey and I put lerres on my
turkey 30 mins and I put it in the
uven.
Sierra Lambert The first
thing you put on a turkey is some
spice on it and put it on the turkey
it taste good very good tastes on
the turkey I love to eat turkey and
I love cinnomin on the turkty. I
love it. I really like it taste very
good.
Jaden Clark Frst you put it in
the microwave. Next you put on
the spcis. Next you put it in the
uvin. Next you ate it. Next it is
gone.

Ms. Smother's Class
Carlie We buy a turkey at
Wal-Mart. For ever year for
Thanksgiing. And thin we put the
sos on the turkey and put it in the
ovin. And eat it mmmmmm.
Matthew Green When I kill
a turkey and take it to my house,
I first dress it, second I poot it in
the oven, third I start cooking the
turkey. next I take the turkey out
of the oven, then I set the turkey
on the table. Then I put the sauce
on the turkey, finally I put the
ranch on the turkey.
Makayla When I cook turkey.
first I go biy it. Second I get to
poot in the stufin. Third I spray
the pan. Next I put it in the oven.
Then I take it out of the oven.
Finally I eat it for Thanksgiving
dinner.
Malcolm Win I cook a turkey
I hunt the turkey. Then bake it.
Then dress it. Then put it on 98
temipshr. The turkey is out of the
oven. Then I put it on the table.
Then I put it outside. Then we
prey it wont be taken. I eat and
then we all play together.
Jakob First I wil kill or biy
a tukwy. Second I bring it home,
Third, I put it on a Pan. Next I
dres the turkey, then you kood it.
Finaly you eat it.ruekwy. Then
you kook it. finally you eat it.
Stormy Taylor First I will
biy a turke. Thin I kuk it. Thin I
will dressing it. You will have fun
redin. Put sot and pepper, Thin you
take it out a kut he medl. thin you
put hem bak in the uken. Thin you
kan put Mor pepper. don't forget
gres. You kan put budr too. Thin
you kan put the dasin. That is gud.
Thin you get you sefa tuke.
Micah First I turn the stove
on and then I poot the torkey in
the sink and poot the salt on it and


then I poot it in the pot and let it
cook. Win it get don I will tack it
out and it will be ready to eat.
Jeremy First I put the turkey in
the oven. Second, I tak the turkey
out of the oven. then, Idrheck it.
Jacob Joiner I first kill him.
second I put him in the ovin and
then I cook him. An then I git him
retey. And then I get him out. And
then I eat him.
Dameion Stephens First I will
buy it. second I will cook it. Third
I will put dressing for the turkey.
Next I will put him in the uvin.
Then I will put it on the table.
Finally I will eat the turkey.
Dana Douglas First I will buy
it from Wind Dixy. Second I put
pineapples on the turkey, Third
I put a touch of salt and peppr.
Next, I stuff it. Then I put it in the
oven for two hours. Finally I take
it out of the oven and then we eat.
Elryon Massey
First I go to Wal-Mart and
buy a turkey. Second, you put the
turkey in a pan, Third you cook
the turkey. Next you turn the
oven on. Then when the turkey
is done, you eat it. Last, do not
eat the bones. Turkey's yum yum
yummmmm.
Nicholas Smith First I go kill
a turkey in the woods and then
I put the turkey in the oven and
then I get the turkey out of the
oven and put salt on the turkey.
And I set it to coll off and then eat
it at home.
Ryan Gordon First by the
turkey. Second, cook the turkey.
Third you stick the turkey. Next


a turkey. You can put it in a uvin
are a microwave or the stove. You
will cut this turkey in haff and
clean the turkey. You can do it in
November because in Noveber it is
Turkey day. Bye, bye.
David Put it in the oven. Take
it out. Put seasonning on it. Then
eat it!
Josh Bruner First I think you
are support to put your turkey in
some warm water in the sink. Then
put it in the oven and cook it. After
that take it out of the oven. Finaly
you can cut it for Thanksgiving.
Do you like Thanksiving? Happy
Thanksgiving.
Lucus H. We buy it in a
store. We put it in the oven so it
can bake. Take it out. you have a
baked turkey. You invite anybody
to eat. There's your Thanksgiving
dinner for all of your family.
Gabe Womble First you can
put vechbles round it if you like
it that way. After that you cook it
for I thank for two hours. Then let
it sit for two minuonts. Filley you
eat it. The end.
Shay Paul I cook a turkey by
putting it on a pan. You cut it up
before you cook it in the pan. Me
and my two brothers like turkeys
to eat. Turkewys or also good for
you. Yes they are good for you.
Nina Terry Firs you buy it.
Then you cook it. Affter you cook
it you put sesuning on the turkey.
Affter that you put it in the uven,
wate 30 secens. Then take the
turkey out of the oven and eat it.
Thanks for reading my story.
Garrett Hewett I think I


a turkey then you get the fethers
off of it then you poot it in the
uven for 5 owers.
Takoda Walters I will put it
in the oven for 150 mines I open
the oven door I will putt it in a big
plaet in then put it on the table and
put some Hot sauce and eat!
Thomas Angrisani I kill it.
I cut it. I cook it. I put it on the
table. I put hot sace on it. I eat the
turkey.
Tyler Steverson You kill it
and you kcoit.
Myranda Vickers How will
you bake a tutkey first you have
to tak the fethers off then you kute
it up thin you put it in the uvin
for 30 minits. Thin you take it out
thin you put it on the table.
Brittany Cade 1. Put it in the
oven on a 100 minutes and then
you put some sesen on the turkey.
Get the table ready and you eat it.
Tyler Burger I hont for one. I
cill it. I poot hot sos on the top and
in side it. And finole I eat it.
Joseph First you got to cach it
they you kill it. Next you cook it
and when it is rede you eat it.
Anna 1 You have to kill It, 2
Cook it, 3 Put salt and pepper, 4
eat it.
Alex First I put the turkey in a
pan. Second I put salt and pepper
on the turkey. Third I put it in the
oven.
Nikki You cook it. Then you
eat it. Thanksgiveing Dinder.
Adalyn First put it in the oven.
Next take it out. Lst eat it.
Jonathan Jones First you kill
it. Then you cook it and then you


Clay has Thanksgiving supper ready to go.


you wish from the turkey. Thin,
the wish will come true. Last you
eat the turkey.
Cheyenne Gass The first thing
I do when I cook a turkey is I go
buy a turkey. Second, I get out
a pan. Third, I oil the pan so the
turkey does not stick to the pan.
Next you warm the oven. When
it is warmed up, put the turkey
in the oven. Then you watch the
turkey. Finally you take out the
turkey from the oven. Set it on
the counter with no animals in
the room. Last you can stuff your
turkey if you want to. It's called a
stuffed turkey. The very last thing
is eat.the turkey!!!

Mrs. Ray's Class
Elizabeth Eastling First, you
get the water boiling. After that,
you pole the guts and hart out.
When the turkey gets done, you
can put some spice on it.
Shane Bagett First you put
it on a pan. After you take it
out of the pan. Finally you have
Thanksgiving.
Shaula Works To cook a
turkey you will go and buy it. Are
you can just go to a farm to get


Everyone including the pets is ready for dinner at Hannah's house.


would cook a turkey by putting it
in the oven. That's one way the I
would cook it. Then I would eat
with my family and Zach and
Ashly and Kristen and with my
brother, Malcolm Macry.
Destiny McDonald I know
how to cook a turkey. My way is
to buy it and thin take it out of the
bag and thin put it on a pan and
thin cut it thru the mitow and thin
put butter in it and thin put meat in
it and put a bunch of salt in it and
put grease outside of the turkey
and put the turky in the oven for
10 minutes.
Kara Grippo First, you
gut the turkey. Then you ash it.
Then you kook it. Then you put
vegetables on it. Then you put it
on the table to eat.
Antonio Rodriquez Firs
you poot it in the oven then you
season it. After that you poot
some pineappel on the sides and
finily you can eat it. Mmmmmm
good and dilishis.
M. Phillips I have a gone and
I shufit and I clen it and at 12:00
o'cloke it will be dun and my
female likes it and I like it to.
Samantha If you want to Iren
ho to cook a turkey then folo tes
instst first you take a turkey from
the barn and cook it. then you take
the turkey out of the oven. After
that you plas it on the table. Finle
you eat the turkey and have a big
fest with all of that emy food.
Karen Keist Fist I poot it in
a pan. Then I poot it in the oven.
After that we wat for it to cool off.
Then we go to my ma's and pa's
hose. Finly we eat turkey, pecon
pie, strawberry pie. We have fun
on Thaksgiving day.


Poplar Springs
Poplar Springs School's
second grade class on how to
cook a turkey.
Robin Tete 1. I rebet it. 2. 1
picke the foth. 3. I put in the ufan
thade hurs. 4.1 I pt it on the tadle. 5.
I put the solt on it. 6. 1 eat it.
Leanna Bell First you put it in
the uvin and then you put the uvin
on five awers and the,'-ou get it
out and eat it.
Clay Arrington First you hunt


eat it?
Tripp First you catch a turkey
then you cill it then you sckin it
then you cooki it then you eat it.
Triston First you catch it then
you skin it. And then you cook it
Last but not least you eat it.
Joel First find it. than kuk it
than eat it.
Michaela to cook a turky you
"go by it at store then you put it
in the oven then you cut it then
youeat it.
Jared thurke hunt First you
kill it and scen it and cook it.


Kate M Smith
Kate M. Smith Elementary
second grade students cook a
turkey.

Ms Romano's class:
Sarah Cain First I cook my
turkey with good seasoning and
nixt I pot it in the oven and cook
the turkey for 350 degrees and pot
it im for 2 1/2 and and haf hours
and eat when its done.
Briton First buy it and take
home. Next put oven on 400. Then
put it in oven. Then get a dish. last
we eat the turkey.
Brian Hall First you buy the
turkey its 40 pounds. then you
put it in the oven. on 350 and 1
1/2 hours. Then you take it out of
theoven. Then you eat it.
Lila Cahn I am going to tell
you how to cook a turkey. You
have to ash it then cook it i the
oven. For 350 degrees temp. Then
it is don for eating.
Juan Frist you pat to buy and
than you post t clen it out and ten
seasonings salt potatoes and then
yu cook it on the stove are a pot
and cook it and then it is done.
Unknown First me and myu
dad go to kill a turkey. We shoot
the turkey adn bring him home.
We whash the turkey so it is cleen.
Then the turkey is don it is golden
born.
D. Wilkerson Frist I buy
it next you washi it my turkey
then you look it the temp 350. I
will cook it in a pan then salt and
pepper it is done now its time to
eat it yume.
Measan First you buy it next
t


yu wash it then start tout the
stuffing in it. My turkey brown
and I will cook it on the sive and
eat it for thanksgiveing. an it was
yumy.
Sierra You buy it and;et the
right turkey. When you gehome
put stuffen init. Put the tuley on
a pan or a pot. Put it in a (en or
stove. You cook it to 350 degrees.
It takes three hours. It s 50
pounds. After it is done yj put
the seasonings on it. then p. it at
the table and cut it in 10 pces.
Then your family eats it.
Ameena I am going to tc you
how to cook a turkey. Wheyou
cook a turkey you have to/ash
it. Then put the seasonings n it.
Then put it in the oven. Yo put
the oven on 350. Then youvait
or a little while. Now finallit's
done! I call this my secret reoe.
Larry Pate When you )ok
a turkey you buy it, you wa, it,
you craue it, you cook it in a sve
oven pot or pan. Tuckes ar pod
to. You eat it on Thanksgiving
Jauquin I buy it at WaL Nrk
and put in water and cook it id
put it 350 temper.
Marley Booker First you ly
a turkey. Then you tempicr.
next you put on the seasoni.
Finally you put it in the oven r
350. Now you have a turkey.

Ms. Hudson's class:
Travis Baxley Turkey is go,
food to eat for Thaksgiving. N
Dad my Mom when to church
The peopel like the church ar
pray. They eat turkey then g
home.
Lorenza Miller My Mor
go to walmart to buy turkey an
then she comes home. Then m'
grandma puts it in the oven their
we get radey four the feast.
Breanna Brackin The firsi
thing I did. Was go to the meal
store. And you know what they
were packed! you couldn't even
push a buggy through there. But
the best ap;r we got the sest ham. I
like it a lot my family dose to.
Jameila Hogan My mommy
cook the turkey. My mommy
bought the turkey from Walmart.
A lot of people come to eat. My
mom cooked cabbage and mash
potatoes. my daddy helped too. My
mommy cook some vegetables.
When my mommy got done we
had a feast.
Latoya Guilford I had a
turkey for Thanksgiving. I like
to eat pumpkin pie. Its very very
good. My family and I was at the
meat store so we could buy turkey
for the feast. I like turkey so much
because it tastses food.
Alex Shiver I went to the stor
to get ham. And than their was no
ham but wen we came back their
was a load of ham. So we got one
pack not two.
Chris Cota I like ham. I don't
I lost the candles. What! we forgot
to said the blessing.
Jamison York For
'Thanksgiving dinner I had ham,
turkey, mashed potatoes, aid sweet
potato at my friend's Thanksgiving
party. I won the most ganes but
I lost 4 or 5 games and I ate the
most turkey.
Isaac Turner One
thanksgiving me and Naia went
to a party and I played vith my
cousins and played foosbal. I had
turky with Nana evry da, I play
on my bike when I was in Bay
City my mommy took mi to the
movies and the arcad. Whn I do
good I can play video gains.
Caroline Wall Turiey is
a good food to eat for "hanks
giving. My dad and I wnt to
Alabama. The people tht we*
were tailgting with we hadurkey
for lunch an mash patatosand a
vegetable cassarale this is what
we are gong to are going tihave
turkey In all are ants and ncles
are going to come over anithey
might bring over sme pankin
pie the best thing was my ousin
spinser was coming over ad if
my little cousin will comewver
we usually wreshe.
Justin Addison I go to peoples
houses and eat ham and ttuey.
We go to Walmart to get thetam
and turkey for dinner and hie a
feast at my dads and moms hise.
And hve dressing with turkeynd
ham. I like to eat pumpkimie
for Thanksgiving. We lit caries
at the table and say the blesag,
sometimes at my memas.
Austin Dixon We buy Im
at the store. I use it for hi
sandwich o tnahnksfiving direr.
I eat them at Chatanooga. Ar I
love ham sandwiches. Then air
Thanksgiving we go home. "e
end.
Jared Watford a
Thanksgiving we like to eat tur.
I don't like turkey. My he
family likes turkey. My dad an(
hunt the turkey. My mom mak
the turkey. We like to eat turkey
Cody Register F
Thanksgiving I hunt for turki
and deer. If I don't see any
will go home and have a sma
Thanksgiving.
Vanessa Ward Hi my
Vanessa Ward. My family gos
to walmart to get the food. M
family eats at the dining room
I have ham and mashed potato
and pumkin pie. We have a los
of candles. We have to drink w
have grape juice.


Savannah Pate The first thing
me and my mom does is we go
shopping fore dressing and chicken
and dumplings then we to the
house and cooked all of the stuff
that we bought from the store.
Then I set the table then people
started to come i an my best
friends Lila Branna and Jamieta
and I had a blast. We played
outside then we ate dinner and we

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TURKEY
Continued from page 8B

had a lot of fun. The end.
Steve Carlyle I eat turkey
with dressing in it. And eat mash
potatoes and beans to. And peas to.
and I go hunting. And my mom
cooks it.
Katie Hinote On thanksgiving
I go to 2 tow plasis. Kentucky and
Panama. It was a long driv but
when I got their it was awesome. I
loved it an I whened to Panama. It
was not as long as it was to Ken-
tucky. But it was still cool. I go to
Panama to wisit my grandma and
then we were all talking about
the turkey.

Ms. Cope's class:
Sarah Kelly Go buy a turkey
then check the turkey. Put the
tichaper in the turkey it is 70 dea-
gereas. Then you cook the tukey
and most of all eat it. the end.
Kylan Swain First buy a
tukey next clean the turkey. Then
get a pan. Then put it in the oven.
Let it cook. Put it on 70 degrees F.
Next take it out. and let it cool off.
then eat it.
Brook Lynn Tyus First kill
the turkey then go in the hosue
and clean it. set the oven to and
hour or 30 mines when its done
take it oat of the oven then maybe
put salt or peper on it and then in-
vite your family for thanksgiving.
Nicholas Miller Buy the tur-
key from a store. Get a pan clean
the turkey put it in the oven put it
70 digrees ferinthite take out the
turkey of oven then cut it.
Cameron Shoppe buy a tur-
key from the store. Go home a
wash your hads. wash the turkey.
then get a pan and cook the tur-
:2 key.
Charles Stevens I will go to
the store and buy a turkey. I will
come home and I will get a pan
then I will put it on a pan. I will
wash it the I will set it 70 degrees
F.
Jacob Seaborn I go to the
store and buy a turkey and I will
get pan and I will cook it at 70
degrees F. and then cook it for 30
minutes.
Brandon Wallace First buy
a turky from the store then put
in the thamomitor after oyu wash
it then put it in the oven at 70
degrees fairinghight. Take it out
and eat it with cranberry sauce
and gravy, sweet potatoes, milk,
pumpkin pie.
Mackenzie Thompson First
you buy a turkey. second you get a
pan and put it on the pan. Then put
the turkey in the oven for about a
hour and finally you tak it out and
cut it and eat it.
Raymond Swatkowski You
by a turkey from the stor. You go
home and wach it. git the thmo-
mimer and stik it in the turkey,
then you pod it intheoven. then
set,it at 70 tgres. The tak it out.
Then eat it.
Alex Brown Frist you buy.
a turkey from the stor. Next you
get the pan out. Then you clean
or wash it. After that you put the
thmater in. then we wrap it in ten-
foil. Secod we put it in the oven.
Finly we take it out and eat it.
Jacob Whitehead First you
get a turkey form ta store. take it
home and clean it. Then get a pan
and put it in the oven. cook it for
30 minutes and for 70 dugrease.
And then it is ready to eat..
De'Andro Belcher first you
wash a turkey and you put it in a
pan in open the ofven in put and
the pan and the turkey and turn the
nob and set the ofven and cook it
30 minnuts.
Justin Carter Step 1 Buy a
turkey from the store. Step 2 clean
it or wash it. Step 3 put it in a pan.
Step 4 Get the themomater. Step 5
Wrap it in tenfoil. Step 6 Turn on
the oven for F. Step 7 Put the tur-
key in the oven. Stpe 8 Then take
it out of the oven an eat it.
Hailey Cope How to cook a
turkey is very easy just lisin to
my story and you will find out o.k.
here we go are you ready lets go.
O.k. Step 1 By a tukey from the
store. Step 2 Washi it then dry it
if you an. Step 3 Wrap it in tinfol


Thanksgiving dinner is served at the Melancon house.


very well. Step 4 Put it in a pan
to cook it. Step 5 Trun it on to bck
then trun it on to 70 F. Step 6 Put
the temertur inthe truey if it dose
allrady have a thamaramar init.
Step 7 Put it in the oven to cook
pr a hour more so or a minit. Step
8 Then it for your happ Tanksgiv-
ing.
Gabrielle Doran Gabby First
you buy a turkey, Next you wash
the turkey. Then you bake the tur-
key. Then you take the turkey and
make shar it is not rit and if it is
not rite then take glavs and take
out all of the stuf and eat it and
that's how to cook a turkey.
Kaylee Jeffries First you go
to the store and by the turkey. Sec-
ond you pay for the turkey. After
that you put the turkey in the car.
Then you take it home. When you
get there you will unrap the tur-
key. Then you will wash or rinse
the turkey. After that you will put
the turkey in the oven. The you
will set the time to 60 minets.
Then you set the degrees to 60 de-
grees. Then you let it cook. When
it beeps and you take the turkey
out of the oven then you let it cool
down. When it cools down you
will cut it. Then you will have it
for thanksgiving.
Cici Stoker We frist gow git it
an then we git a pan and then we
put the turkey in the pan and then
we put it in the stove and then set
it on 30 mines and then we take it
out and then we cut it. We will eat
it. The end.
Brianna Baxley If i had a fes-
tubull i wood have a fests i wood
cook the turkey and we wood eat
the turkey it taested good. I wish I
had more I liked it at the festubull
the end.

Mrs. Kirkland's class
Umaleah Patton You can put
lower in it and you an put sesana
in it. you can take out the bones.
and you eta it. before you eta it say
your gras. The End.
Andrea Pleas First we pluck
the feathers of. Next we pit some
seasoning. Then we make dress-
ing. We dcok it. Last we eat it.
Ty Dorsey You cut the head
off. You pluck the feathers. You
v\have to tack the scin off. Then
you have to cook it.
George Kerr First mom gets
the turkey and pluck the feathers
oof the turkey. the turkey gets in-
gredienants and gets kut up and
gets cook.
Jamison Spencer Shoot the
turkey. pluck it. nex sot on it. nex
pepr it. poot it in theoven. nex you
tak it out uf the oven. nex you eat
it.
K. Hooks first we put it in a
pan then we will put it in uvin
then put seasoning on it pluck tur-
key dressing then we clen it then
cook it then eat it.
Emilie Smith First we get the
turkey and puck it. Next, we put


the ingredients in it. Then we put
the turkey in the oven. Last we eat
the turkey, at home with my fam-
ily.
Conner Dalin I will shoot a
turkey. I will pike the feathers. I
will scin the turkey. Next we put
sot on turkey and pepper last we
ate the turkey.
ELM. Mosley First we buy
it. Next, we seasoning. Than, we
cook it. Last we eat it.
Justin Lyle The first thing
you have to do is buy the turkey
and you have to wash the turkey
and pluck the turkey and cooke
the turkey and a oven.
Pacey Boyett First to cook a
turk you ned to shoot the turkey
than you ned to pluck the feath-
ers. then you ned to put solt and
pepr on the turkey then you ned
to poot the turk in the pot. last eat
the turk.
Khaila Madeira First I shoot
the turkey. Next I pluck the feath-
ers. Then I put the seasoning on.
Then I put all the ingredients.
Then I cook the turkey.
Max Collins First you shoot
your turkey. Then you cook and
add your seakrent ingreadyents.
also you have to let it cool off.
Now you can eat your turkey. The
end.
Madison Woodward First
you kil it. then you pluck it. then
you cook it. then you eat. you put
seasoning oit it and salt and paper
and hot sos. The end.
Dylan M. When you are dun
shooting it neds suting to cook on
before you eat? You buy turkey at
the store, then you cook the tur-
key and last eat it.

Ms. Ivey's class:
Logan McAnear First we buy
it at the stere. then I cook. Next Iw
ash my hends. After poot it on my
plot. Last I ate it.
Spencer Martin First you bie
it then you cut it. Next you put it
in the oven. After you cut its he.
Last you can eat it.
Emma Swisher First you buy
it. Thenn you wash it. next you
cook it. After you spiset. Last you
eat it.
Terrance L McKenzie First
you go buy a turkey. Then you
get the suf out. Next you wash it.
After you put it in the ofvin. Last
you take it out and eat it.
Elizabeth Martinez First my
mom bist the turkey deen she cut
it deen she cook it by 20 minute
deen we eat it.
Aaron G. First I by it. Then
I cook it for 20 minute. Next we
eat all.
William We catch a turkey
first. We pul.l the feathers. We
wash it. We cook the turkey and
we poot peper and we poot hotsos
and we eat it and we poot it in a
oven and we poot in for 20 min.
Janasiah Davis First we hunt
the turkey then we take the feath-


ers of and we cook it. We wait for
2 hours then we eat it.
Benjamin Holmes First you
go hunt for a turkey then we wash
it. Next you cut it after you cook
it. Last you eat the turkey.
Caleb Thompson First you go
to store in then we tuitout. Next
darstin After I 5:30 Then last we
ate the turkey.
Marcita HySmith First my
Mom cooks it. then my Mother
put it in the oven. Next My Moth-
er cuts it up. After we eat we are
full.
Johua Patton First I cook it.
in the smoker. I cook it for ten
minits. Next we cut the turkey
head off. Last we eat the turkey.
Katie Gates First my mom
bot a turkey. Then she put it in the
oven. Next she cooked it. After
she cooked it she decrad it. Last
we ate it.
Alex King First, w buy it.
then, we wash it. Next, we put it
in the oven. After we take out of
the oven Last, we eat it. We cools
it for 1 hour
William Collin The first thing
you ned to cook it in the oven.
And then you cut it over the sink.
And then you can eat it.
Mindy Kay Otto you buy a
turkey. First you cook a Turkey.
Then I put it in the oven. next i
wait. After I try it. Last I ate it.
Faith Curry First she buy it.
Ten she wash it. next she put it
in the oven. Ater she put it in the
oven. Last it is dun.
Austin Scott Fist I buy it frum
the store. Then I poot it in the pot.
Next I warm it up in a pot. After I
rinse it. Last I cook it.
Hunter Walsingham You
buy a turkey. First you cook the
turkey! Then I put it in the oven.
Next I wat. After I tace it atu. Last
I ate it.

Ms. Piggott's class:
Dylan Adams On November
22 we dekorate the table with
food. We have turkey, chocolate
pie, corn, carrots, pesi, and Dr.
peper. My mom buys a big tur-
key from Wal-mart. She unraps it,
places on the tray we put salt and
peper on the turkey. We're going
to put the turkey in the oven at
10 degrees hot/ for 10 days. After
when its done, my Grandparents,
my uncle and my aunts, my fam-
ily and cousins and me eat th tur-
key. I was super delcis and it was
time to go home.
Tucker Alderman Aaw that
hert! I just burnt my hand helping
my mom make a Thanksgiving
meal. First, you buy the turky of
cors, then you take the raper off
after you go home. After that you
.wosh it and get the bag with the
hart in it. You prea heat the ovan
300 degrees and then put it in for
an hour wheil that is cooking, I
maek the corn. I make sore it is
sweet corn. We make beans with


It looks like a friend has become Thanksgiving dinner.


extra peper and ptaitoe salted and
with cornbred. Once the turky is
done we start to make the apple
pie and peacon pie and after that
we start to go to my grandma's
house. Yum this is good!
Emily Anderson First we pre-
pare the turkey. We take the plas-
tic off. Then we take the bag out of
the cavity, then we season it with
red pepper and garlic. We cook it
for 30 minutes. While the turkey
is cooking we cook the gravey and
the potatoes. We skin the potatoes.
Then smash them. I smell the tur-
key. Its done! We leave it on top
of the oven Then we put the pa-
tatoes there too. Then we find the
big green table cloth. We set the
turkey and the potatoes on it. Then
we find construction paper and cut
out leaves. They are orange, yel-
low, red, and green, then I find a
pumpkin candle. We put it on the
table and light it. Them we go
back to the kitchen. We are done.
Mom says we have to make des-
ert. We are going to make pecun
and pumpkin pies. We invite my
grandparents and cosins, ants, and
uncles, now we are ready to eat.
The Thanksgiving dinner in over.
We had fun.
Kaci Compton What you do
to make a Thanksgiving meal is
put some red pepper and some
regyaler pepper. Set the time to
an hour and a hafe. We have cho-
kalet cake and turkey and mash-
potatose with gravey. We have a
parties at Thanksgiving. We have
alot of tables because we invite
my hole family. My anckels b-day
is on Thanksgiving. WeIhave to
wear something fancy. .We have
fancey glasses and fancey plates.
We have Thanksgiving at my
anckels house. Their food is so so
good. We lite candels on our ta-
bles. Thanksgiving is on the forth
Thursday. We unrap the turkey
when the turkey is done, then we
say our speasol blesen, then we
dig in.
Cameron Cope My Mom and
I go to the groshery store to buy
a turkey. Then we take it home to
take the plasteck off the turkey.
Then we take the bag that holds
the hart and the guts. And then
she praeheats the uven. And then
we put the uven on 100 beagrees.
And in goes the turkey. We haf to
let it cook for an hour. And when
the turkey is dun, we take it out
and put it on a tray and then put
some vshstebles around it. And
a pumken on the table too. And
them we envite my couenses and
my unkle len and ant Larla and
also my granny and papa to eat
with us.
Kaylie Cobble First I go to
WalMart and I get turkey and I get
tea bags an then I go home and I
help my mommy set up the feats.
i help her poor the driks and I help
her put plates on the tabble. Then
we fix corn bread an we fix stra-
berry cake. i put frosting on it an
I put cookies on it. While the tur-
key is cooking I will play out side
and my Mom will put it on 13teen
minit and it is done. We can eat it.
It is yummmmmmy.
Edward Howard I eat turkey
and deer, macaroni, green beans,
apples mashed potatoes. I shoot
the turkey. My Momma cooks it.
I eat it.
Noah Gustason My mom
works hard to make a Thanksgiv-
ing meal for my family. You have
to cook a turkey to 500 dgureys.
You mite by it a Walmart. Then
you unrap the turkey, clean the
turkey and take the package by
hand. red pepper it and eat pea
con pie with it and cook a turkey
with a big pan. and on for an hour.
And bless God for all the good
things that he has done. And drink
some coke.
Andrew Jeffries Me and my
mom got o the store and bey a
turkey. When we get done, we
klene the turkeys and get the hart
out and then we pout thesesaneng.
We poot peper on it and salt on it.
Then we poot it in the oven for
an awer and 45 seke. While that
is kooking, I make the friuse and
pise and corn and cornbred. When
the gest come, we will dig in.
Kaycee Lee My mom has to
work hard so she can buy the tur-
key. When my mom gets the tur-
key home, she cleaned it. she takes
the hart out of the turkey. Then she
puts some black peper on the tur-
key. Then she cooks it. Whille the
turkey is cooking Mom is making
ptatasaled. an stifea bread, and


cloth on it. We put spoons, forks.
nifes and then we put the turkey
on a plate first and then put it on
the table. This Thanksgiving was
good.
Brian Williams My momma
goes to get a turkey for Thanks-
giving. She opens the raper then
she waters it and puts it on a pan.
then we put sesoning on it. Then
we cook it for 30 minutes, then we

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veckadel and pupkin pie. Now it
is time to take out the turkey and
it looks god..I asked my mom if I
could try some turkey. It was so
good,but it needed a little bit of
sote. All of my famealea loved it.
Now it is time to go home. we are
fool of thanksgiveing turkey.
How to make a thanksgiv-
ing meal is to go bye the turkey.
Oh! we kill ours, instead of going
to the supermakret, co we can get
our free. When you get home yuo
wash the turkey and dry it off with
a clen rag and put it in the oven
for five hours ant three secents.
Oh remember to perhet the oven
before you cock the turkey. And
after that we set the table for the
hole female. When we are dune
we make
swet peptato piy, witch is rely
good and we have the female.
Jeff Price My mom and I went
to the store and bot a turkey. Me
and my mom got home from eh
store with the turkey and unraped
it from the plastic. We washd it
and then we ut it i the uven for
four mins. The turkey is dun and
we eat it. For dezert we have pie.
We have cake. When we eat, we
sae teh blessing. We have to be
thankful when it is thanksgiving.
Jack Shelly your Mother can
go to the Piggly Wiggly and get
the turkey. Then when she comes
home, she will unrap the turkey.
After she unraps it, she washs it.
She willtear the heart and liver
out of the goble. Then she will put
the turkey on a very big pan pre
heat the oven. You set the oven for
an hor. When it is done my Mom
takes it out. The kind of vegetables
we eat are corn, green beans, peas
and squash. what we have is sweet
tea and water. The desetr we eat is
pecan pie. We say the blessan.
Caleb Sloan On Thanksgiv-
ing day i get to go to my Grand-
ma's and help her make a turkey
and we set it of ten menits and
we drink dr. pepper and pepsi and
coke. The vechtables we eat are
carets and brokley. Now we can
hold hands and say the blessing.
in the turkey it has a pakidge with
the hart and the lither. I want it to
be Thanksgiving every day.
McKenzie Ann Smith On
Thanksgiveing Day my cousine
come to see my family and me.
they live in Texas. They teach
me alot about cooking. well, one
day they come one Thankesgive-
ing day and my Mimi went to the
supermarket and bought a big tur-
key for Thankesgiveing day. My
Mimi sapised us! My cousin loves
to cook. We started cooking it
then we let it coole off. After that
it was fresh and jusiy and sweet
then we ate it on Thankesgiveing
day. We had a pie dumplin too,
also we had bread to eat and we
had carrots. It was deelishes. Me
and my couison said thank you to
my Mimi.
Savannah Soliday I eat eggs
,, and brownies and,rpeqF a cL soup.
i Jhave.:grapes, corn,;Phicke., tur-
key, cheese, salad, beans, maca-
roni and cheese, popcorn, bread,
jam, lemonade, fish-catfish, ap-
ples, and juice and chicken nug-
gets and french fries.
PJ Spencer First you go t to
get the turkey, then unrap it, then
set it on haf a hour, and while you
are wieting, you could be making
dazert and when you get done wit
the dazert, you could be calling
your friends and famalle and then
set your tabel and then wen every
body gets there, tell every body
to wash their hands. Then every
body can eat and then every body
can go out side and play.
Jaqueline Stewart I go to my
Grandma's and Grandpa's House.
WE go to Walmart to get the tur-
key. When we get to the house,
my grandpa take a wrap off and
them we put seesening. We put
honey muster and ten we take out
the cavity. Teh we put it in the pan
and then we heat up the ovin at
10 degrees and when it is done,
we take it out and we put it on
the table. We put corn and green
beans too. Then hen we are done,
the pie we eat is pecon pie. We
bring cherey pie. We drink water
and sweet tea and then we clean
up and we play games and then
we leave. Thanksgiving is my fa-
veit haladay.
Lila Taylor First you go to the
store and get one, then pay. You
go home and take off the plastic.
Then you ash it really good to get
off all the germes. You cut the tur-
key and get he packet with its hart
and liver. Then perheat the oven
for fif-teen minits and wait til the
timer goes ding. It is time to put
the turkey in. Put it in for an hour
and thirty minutes and the timach-
er fifty five. While it is cooking
my momma cooks more food like
mashed patois, rolls, green beans
and said. While she is cooking
she asks May-Rosalyn and I to set
the table. So we get the napkens,
china plates and cups. Then ding
gose the oven. We put the food on
the table We say a prare and then
we dig in.
Tiffany Terrell Mom and I go
to the store to get a big turkey and
we buy a big plate that it can go
on. We put one candles on each
side of the turkey. I take the bag
out of it. We put salt on it, peper
on it. We put it in the oven and put
it on one hour. We put the table







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take it out. Then we come vfer. My
aunt Tara comes with her children
Then we help put the table cloth
and silver wear. Then we say'are
prayer! Then we eat all the food
tat she cooked. The desert comes.
I hope you have a good thanksgiv-
ing.

Delia Peel's class:
Erin Boname How to cook
a turkey. First, you buy it from
the store. Next, you tack it home.
Then you season it. Last, you cook
it. finally you sere it with beans,
bread, carrots, potatoes. The End.
Tinsley How to cook a turkey.
First you haft to go to the woods.
And then you tack it home. And
put sorn solt an pepr on it. Sere it
too your frens and famaley.
Will P. First I go buy it from
somewons farm and then I will
wash it in the sink. And then I'll
season it and cook it then sere it
to my famliy. I will serve some
beans and potatoes and bread, then
some carrots and for last some
pumpkin pie.
Eric L. You can buy it at a
store and hunt in the woods. If
you live at a farm, you can kill a
turkey from the pastur. Then cook
the turkey and you can eat some
vestavool like green beans and
bread and carrots or potatoes to. If
you find a turkey if it is derdey,
you can wash it then cook it and if
you what to put season salt on it.
Then serve it to your family.
Levi One day it was Thanks-
giving. I went to the farm and got
a turkey. Then I cooked it at two
million of degreis wat my stove
bloo. But wen we was then we ate
pumpkin pie.
Mason Cook One day I was
going hunting with my shotgun. I
was going to shoot one but I hit
a turkey with my truck. I jumped
out and ran to it. I picked it up and
went home. When I got home my
mom said you are a good boy. But
then I said my headlight is gone.
My mom as crying. Mom why
are you crying. I spent tooo much
money on that. I'm so sorry mom.
I did not know.
Dakota Go to the store buy a
turkey and come home and cook
it for 15 years. serve beans, bread,
carrats, pattas and pumpkin pie.
Cook all of it and get some sodas
and tea. And infite some pepole .
And maybe you want to keep me
in my room because I mite get in a
fight with my grilfriends brother.
I'll be there in 15 minits.
Jamie You buy a turkey from
the farm then you wash it. After
that you season it so it will taste
good. Then you cook it at 98
dgrys. Then you serve it so you
can eat of corse. You wloud starv
if you con't serve it. Then you
can serve beans, bead, carrot and
potato and all soorts of pie. It is
very good.
Terence Once there as a man
hoo lived on a farm. He loved
Thanksgiving and evere Thanks-
giveing he kill a turkey. So after
he killed the turkey, he washed the
turkey and hen he put season saus
on the turkey and then he cooks
the turkey. After he cooks he
serves it to he's family and with
the turkey they eat some beans
and bread and carrots and potato
and after they are done eating,
they cut a pumpkin pie.
Ja'keria Oce a pone a time I
whent to the store and I was going
get a jaket and a turky. I be darn I
for got the turky and I didn't know
until my dalder cheak it and I all
ready had left the store and then
as I was going back I ran out of
gas. Then as I was mad my dalder
Juliean whent and got some turky
and then we ate.
Evan I wint to the stor. I wash
my turkey. Then I cook it. Then I
served it. I cooked the beanse. I
served bred. I served carrot. Then
I cook the potatoes.
Clay It was almost Thaksgiv-
ing and I was goig to get a turkey.
I wint to the stor to get the turkey.
And I brolt the turkey home and
wash it off. And I seasoned the tur-
key and I cooked it. And I served
it to my gusts with bred and pota-
tos to. And I was happy. and my
family loved it. And the gust did
to.
Makenzie I get turkey in the
woods, and I cook it and then I
serve it to my family and we have
potatoes, and carrots and for disrt
we have pumpkin pie. Anf than
we play and have so much fun
with my family. My family, mom
and papa, uncle, brothers, sisters,
cusinboy, cusin and we live in
house.
Heather First you buy it at
a store. Next you wash it. Then
you season it. Later you cook it
about 10-15 minits. Last you serve
it. This is what you serve it with
- beans, bread, carrots, potatoes,
pumpkin pie.
McKayla Anne Gurganus
You can cook and get turkey from
a store. Turkey is my faftct kine
of food. My NaNa liks turkey,
my cousins even likes turkey. My
hole family likes turkey, even me.
Mi friend will likes turkey and did
I tell you turkey is made from to
potatoes. I love turkey. I love tur-
key.
Jeremiah I will hunt it in the


woods. I will cook it for 350 dreds.
I will serve it to mih family. I will
have with it will be bead, potato,
carrot and beans, and for dzart ice
cream. Thin I will clean up. Thin
I will play.
Toliyah How to make a tur-
key is I cook my turkey, then I
can put some carrots and letos on
there. Then, I would want to drink
is some tea. then I want a pump-
kin pie and some ice cream, then


Hayley's family prepares to enjoy Thanksgiving.


some vegables.
Morgan How to cook a tur-
key. This is how you cook my tur-
key. Fist you by it, then you take
it home and cook it and take it out
and ade potatoes to it. That's how
you cook my turkey.

Ms. Richter's class:
Arian Neighoff Hole owt he
heart and guts owt. Bake a turkey
in the uvin 16 awrs. Poot slasa on
top av the tufkey.
Shyzanna F. Guster 1. I will
bye a turkery 2. Then I will put it
in the rafigirater let it fresez. Then
I will put pepper on it and salt.
Hen I will put it in the Oven and
let it cook. When it is done I will
eat it.
Dylan Williams First I will go
to walmart to get one turkey then
I will the liver out. The second
thang I'll do is cook it for 233.
The third thang is to put salt and
peper on it.
Chandler Corbin First I go to
the stor and by a turkey. Then you
stur it. Then you stuff it. Then you
cook it ut 500 dgres for 3 awrs.
Then I make grave for my turkey.
Then I cook uthr thing.
Addie Cook I go hunten and
shute a turkey and take it home
and clean it and take the guss
out and then I cook it and wen it
is done I cut it up then I eat it all
gone and that mite tast good!
Wyatt Paterson One day me
and dad went to kill a turkey. We
shot it 50 yards away. We went to
clean it. We went to give it to my
mom.
Skylar Shipes On Thanks-
giveing morning I go to Piggly
Wiggly to get a turkey. Then I
put it in the oven for a hour. I will
stuff it with stuffing. I will put
surgery on my turkey. I will put
solt on it. I will put pepper on it.
I will serve it with mash patatos
and green beans.
Chase Western If I would eat
a.turkey I would shut it because I
love to hunt. First I would clean it
next I would take it's feathers out.
Then I would chop the head off
then I will take the guts out then
I would chop the guts out then I
will put sot and peper then cuc it.
Aleya L. Thanksgiving is
coming. Me and my mom are
making a turky. First we will buy
a turky. then we will take the guts
out. Next we will wash it. We will
have to cook it. We will have to
cook it. Maby I will put it in the
oven for 5: munits and 10: sec-
onds. And will grease it up. then
will get it redy. Then eat it.
Autumn Wells When I have
a turkey i dress it up with, ranch,
mashed potatoes, salt, peper, and
seasoning. Then I will pull all the
nasty stuff out. My favorite part
about a turkey is when I get to eat
it!
Robert Clopton I shoot the
turkey. and. tack the guts out I put.
It in the freg and wait to eat. Iput
the stov on 200F. and we eat.
Haylee Williams The first day
of Thanksgiving em and my Dad
will go to walmart. At walmart
we will by a turkey. When we
get home we will pit seasing on
it. We will pit it in the oven for
three hours. After it is done we
will eat it.
Skylar Richter My momy and
I went to the store to get a turkey.
When we got home my daddy will
put in the oven and cook it. Then
my daddy will take it out. When
he takes it out he will put salt and
peper on it. I would eat it with
this. Pumpkin pie and grapes.
Kyndal Syfrett I am going to
walmart to get a turkey and take
it home. And then I am going to
shake some salt and pepper on in
and put it in the oven to bake the
oven is 200 degrees.
Kayla Drummond I would
go to piggly wiggly and get my
turkey for thanksgiveing. I would
turn on the ovev for about an hour.
I would stuff the stuffing. I would
put solt on my turkey. I would put
peper on my turkey. I would serve
my turkey ona silver plate with
green beans.
Gauge Carter On Thanksgiv-
ing morning I will go shot a tur-
key. I will take it home clean it
and shuck it's feather's and then I
will have to clean it good. Then I
will bring it in side and I will put
the oven on 400 degrees and then
I will put the turkey in the oven
and I will let it stay in for 5 hours
and then I will take it out and it
will be done. and then it will be
ready to eat.
Taylor Chestnut My Momy
and I when to the pig to get it
the turkey and then we put it in
the freezer and then when it was
thanksgiving and then when it was
don we eat and we made mash pa-
tatos and mackrony and pees.
Will One morning no ordinary
morning my mom wint to the stor
to by a trke. win she got mom she
-i-o


poots the butr she poots it in the
ovin win it is don she sho srvs it
with mash botatas. it was tahgs
giveng morning.
Kyndal B Jackson On
Thanksgiving morning Im going
with my Dad to shot a Turky. My
Dad will peck the fethers off. Thin
I will put butter in it thin I will put
it in the uvin.
Jessica Sly How to cooch a
tukey first you cook it then you
ut sase on it. put season on it. and
some of the sosa.


wccs
Washington County Christian
School second grade students on
how to cook a turkey.

Mrs. Harris' class:
Dominic Bouton I would go
to the woods to shoot it. I would
clean the turkey and take the stuff
out of it. I would cook it for 40
minutes at 40 degrees.
Kaliegh Laurel If I cooked a
turkey I would buy it at Wal-mart.
I would set the temperature for 67
degrees F. I wold set the timer for
10 minutes. Then I would put this:
potatoes and lettuce. Yum!
Baylee Steele I got my turkey
from Wal-mart. I put it on for
79 degrees. It was cold. I put it
in the oven and cooked it for 74
minutes.
Shauni Hooper Get the
Turkey from Wal-mart. Then I
will turn the temperature to 360
degrees ad put the turkey in the
oven. Cook it for one our. then
take it out and cool it. Serve it on
a plate with cranberry sauce.
Garrett Kent I would get it
from the Piggly Wiggly. I like
to set the temperature for 344
degrees. Then I would season it
and stuff it. But first I would put
it in a glass pan and put it in the
oven and cook it for 10 minutes.
Natalia Wasson I would turn
the temperature to 86 degrees.
Then I would go to Sale A Lot to
buy the turkey. I would cook the
turkey 13 minutes. Then I would
put the seasonings on.
Allyanna Haddock I would
buy a turkey from the pig. I will
set the temperature 48 degrees.
Then I will put the turkey in the
oven and cook it for 84 minutes.
Then later I will put cranberry in
the dish and serve it.


Bethlehem
Bethlehem second grade
turkey recipes.
Mrs. Owen's Class
Allyson; My mom goes to the
store and buys a turkey. Then she
takes the turkey home and then
she puts it in the oven and lets it
bake all night. When we wake up
the next morning our house smells
so good.
Dillon Lee; First you get your
turkey from Mr. Hershman at he
Piggly Wiggly. Then you reach
inside and pull the insides out
then take an apple, orange, and
orior. Then you squeeze an orange
all over the turkey. Then you put
pepper on it. Then you cook it at
two hundred degrees. Them you
cook it for 6 hours.
Jacob; Preheat oven at 350.
Butter the turkey. Stuff the turkey
with stuffing. Cover with foil. Put
in oven. Bass turkey every 20
minutes until done. Have a moist
turkey.
Colby French; Wash the
turkey. Put it in a pan and season
it. Wrap it up in tinfoil. Put it in
the oven. Bake at 250 degrees of
one hour. Then eat the Turkey.
Micheal 14; I get everything
out of my turkey. I put spices on
my turkey. I make dressing. I place
my turkey in the oven. I put it on
3:50. I keep it in the oven about
3 hours until it gets done. Then I
take it out and put it in the oven
again until the dressing is brown.
And the food is yum yum yum.
Bella; Get the turkey out of the
wrapper. Then you mix up some
stuffing. Then you put the stuffing
in the turkey. Then you put the
turkey in the oven, and cook it for
three to four hours. Then you take
it out of oven and you make some
gravy. Now its ready to eat.
Jaycelyn 11; Heat your oven
to 375. Whash the turkey. Clean
the inside of the turkey. Salt,
peper, and buder the turkey for
the seasons. Cook the turkey for 4
hours. Mmm Mmm Good!
CJ Johnson; Thaw the turkey
for 1 day. Turn oven on 350: Cook
turkey until done. Salt and peper.
Ward Eldridge; Preheat your
oven to 350: Then you wach it.
Then put it in a pan. Season the
Turkey with salt, peper and buter.
Put in the oven for 3 hours. Take
the Turkey out of the oven, slice
and en goy. The end.
Mason Lee; First you go to the


store and buy a frozs turkey and
go home and diefrost it. And then
you put salt and pepper and then
you put it in the rostn pond and sat
it on 400 degrees. And you wait for
4 mentes and then you saey the
pleasing and then you eat it.
Colton; How to cook a turkey.
You unrap the Turkey. Then you
wash it. Then tack the turkey
and bake it. 2.500 or 3.500. Then
you put salt and peper. Then you
crumble hard bread on it. Then
eat it.
Hunter 13; How to cook a
turkey. Clean it. Then you put it in
a pan. Then you put the seasoning
on it. Then bake it for 3 hours.
Abagail 16; How to cook a
turkey. You go to Wal-mart and
buy one and then you put in the
fridge and let it defrost. And then
we put same apples and onions in
it. Then put it in the oven, and put
it on 3000 or 3250. Let it bake for
about 24 hours. In the morning it
will be ready to eat!

Mrs. Taylor Class
Taylor; First you clean and
wrap the turky with tinfoil then
you. Put it in the uven and put it
on 100" degrees then you take it
out and put butter on it and last
you serve it.
Kodie; Step one shoot a turkey.
And then you cook the turkey.
Whin it is done you put ketchup
on the turkey and mustard and salt
and pepper and butter. Then you
serve it.
Shane; On Thanksgiving my
dad stuft a turkey with secret
sauce. On the day of Thanksgiving
my popu Sesle cam down from
Gonse Vill for Thanksgiving day.
JJ.; First you get a
Thanksgiving turkey. 2 you cook
it. 3 you get butter. 4 you puot
butter on the turkey and then you
serve it with salt and pepper.
Katelyn; Step one is to put the
turkey in the baster; step two is
to flip it: step three is to put it in
the oven: step four is to put butter
and salt step five is to serve my
Family.
Bethany; First you fry the
turky. Then you look at the
ingredients. Then you wrap it in
tin foil. Then you put some salt
on it. Then you put the butter on
top and you need to be careful
to not burn it. Then you put on
the dressing. Then you have a
Thanksgiving Dinner!
Kobe; First you have to lay
the turkey in a 100 degree oven.
Then when it is done you stuff
dressing'in it. Then you put butter
on the turkey and then you put it
on a pan. Then we serve the turkey
yum yum I love Thanksgiving
turkey.
Jessie; first you get out the
turkey then you cook it and then
you get the butter and you put the
butter on the turkey but do not
burn it then you put it on a plate
and last you serve it and then you
eat the turkey.
Blake; First you stuff the
Turkey. Than you bake the turkey,
but don't burn it. put ketchup and
butter on the turkey. Than serve
him.
Adrianna; Frist I bake it, then
I stuff it up with dressing. Then I
put if into the oven. Then we had
the turkey for dinner.
Dallas; First put the turkey
in the grill put it on 100 degree
whin its don take it out be carfl
you will git burned Thin put salt
and pepper put bulter serve it for
dinner.
Grady; For Thanksgiving we
are going to cook a turkey. We
are going to stuff it with chesnuts,
dressing, and pepper. We are going
to bake it and unrap it in tinfoil,
then we have a Thanksgiving
dinner.
William; the first ingredient
is tinfoil and wrap the turkey tin
put pineapple and pepper thin put
butter ketchup on thin bake the
turkey thin put the turkey in the
oven for 100 degree the turkey is
fantaric.
Cassie; I Love Thanksgiving
because the big feast. The turkey
is going to bee cooked. I better
put butter on ti. then you Put the
turkey in the oven.
Trevor; First we git a turkey
Then we cook it at 10 dgres The
we serve it then we eat it and it
was good, I Tank my MoM.


Bonifay
Bonifay Elementary School's
turkey letters.

Ms. Braxton's class
Adrianna; 1 Shute the Turkey.
2 Cut off it's head and feet and
tail. 3 Scin the Turkeys fethers. 4
And then stik him in the oven and
bake him.
Nolan; Frst you shotet then
you mernatet then you sesn it then


you put it on a retisre then yu eat
it.
Will; One way is to cill it
then cut it's haed then rost it their
let it cool off then you can hav
thanksgiving.
Charlotte Fincher; Step 1,
shoot it with a B.B. gun. Step 2
cach it with a net. Step3. Loed it
up. Step 4. Take it home and cook
it and then eat it.
Elliott Gould; 1. shoot it.
2. Grab it. 3. Cut the legs off. 4.
Cut off the head. 5. Cut open the
body. 6. Pull out the guts. 7. Pull
the fearthers. 8. Bring it home. 9.
Put it in the oven. 10. Let it cool.
11. Eat it.
Rosa; I can make a turcey,
by Doing this First see if it is
any good then see if you want to
seesen it. Then put it in the oven
and when it is done yo can eat it.
By Michael You shot it and
chop the head oof. You take out
the fethers you put it in the oven.
And put it on the table. And you
take out the bones.
Raymond Johnson Mon can
Bake a Turkey I help her to can
you help your Mom yes I can put
you gat to be the best cooker. 1
day I am am going to be a firecook
an I'am going to be a cooker I day
an you are to so you better lern to
firecook. You can be one too. For
Thanksgiving Turkey.
Destiny Justice: But it in The
oven Tel it is dun than tac it out
ouv the oven then but staf in side
ov the Turkey then Let it set ot of
ovt.
Tyler Lee; 1. Frst put the
Turkey in The uvin secintd you
tac it awt then thrd you let it sit
fourth cut the turkey then then say
the blysin last eat.
Katelynn Mims 1. cup of
Butter 2. 3 egg's 3. 3 cups of
water 4. cups of shuer 5. by it 6.
3 cups of milk 7.4 cups of oing 8.
1 soge 9.2 graps 10. shot it 11. cut
the legs 12. pluch the fethers 13.
1 cup of salt 14. 1 cup of barbucu
saus 15. 1 cup of frutsnack
16. Let it cool 17. eat it 18. eat a
another peace
Madison; Shoot it clean it
skin it bake it put it in the rotisere
put it on hot and eat it that's how
I like it.
Sierra Newton; Go hunting
and triy to find a turkey then kile
it then thake it houm then put it
in the oven then when the oven
dings then take it out then put it
on the tabel then put the plats on
the tabel then you eat and have a
happy thanksgiving ever one.
Jennifer Raley: 1. 1 cup of
butter. 2. 3 eggs 3.2 cups of water
4. 1 cup of suger.
Jewel: You could put it in a
gril outside, and you could set
out there. And do some thang to
do. And you could cook some
ham. And that will be a good
Thanksgiving day. you can make
some pumpkin pie.
Samuel Isaiah Shirah; Shoot
it Skin it Clean it Bake it eat it Cut
its head of and have it for desert
But take out the eyes Befor you
eat it.
Marty; My way to make a
thanksgiving tukey is to put it in
the oven for about 30 minets and
fins something to make with it and
your turkey will be don.
Axis; How to Bake a
Thanksgiving turkey.

Mrs. McDuffie's class
Teleah Jackson; First, I put
the turkey on the pan. Next, I put
seasoning on it. Last, I put it in the
oven. Then I take in to grandma's
house. We eat it an we enjoy the
turkey!
Moses; First, I buy it. Next, I
cook it. Last, I take it out ove the
ove. We eat it at my moms houes.
Alyssa Epley; First, I em
goweng to bake it. Next, I will
pout sum salt on my turkey. Last,
I will eat turkey. We say yum yum
and yum.
Makenzy Cooey; First, I got
the turkey. Next, I brot it home.
Last, I pot the tukey in the oven.
We ate it at my house.
Hayley; First I took it home.
Next I put it in the ofin. Last we
ate it. we took it to Granmos.
Michael; First I put stuffing in
him. Next I put him in the oven.
Last I eat it. We eat it out side.
Marisol Holley; First, I wash
the turkey. Next, I put the turkey
in the oven. Last, I ate the turkey.
We took the turkey to my Aunt's
house. I love Thanksgiving.
Hannah; First I took it home.
Next I cooked it. Last I ate it. We
liked it.
Kyla Smith; First I put the
Turkey on the pan. Next, I cook
the Turkey. Last, I eat the Turkey.
We will eat at my NaNa.
Hunter Duffell; First I put
the turkey in a pot. Next, I put
hem in the truke. Last, I crank the
truke and drive. We tacke it to my
Aunt.
Kassidy Raley; How To Bak
a Turkey. I have a special way to
bake a turkey. Frist, I wash the
turkey. Next, I put the turkey in
hot water. Last, I put it into the
oven then I put secanig on it. We
eat it at home.
Olivia Wyse; First, I washed
the turkey. Next, I put the turkey
in the ovein. Last, I sesin the


turkey. Then I go to my Aunts.
Hunter Pippin; How To Bake
A Turkey I have a special way
to bake a turkey. First I get the
recipe. Next I make it. Last I take
it to grandma and grandpa. Then
we shar it. By Hunter Pippin
J W Powell; How To Bake
A Turkey I have a special way
to bake a turkey. First, I kill it.
Next, I cook it. Last, I eat it. We
enjoy it at my mon's house. by J
W Powell.
" Mason; How to bake A Turkey
I have a special way to bake a
turkey. First I clean the turkey.


Next I cook it. Last I will eat it.
We will have a big famley diner.'
Brooke; How to Bake A
Turkey I have a special way to
bake a turkey. First, I buy it. Next,
I cook it. Last, I put it in the oven.
We sit down at the table and then
we eat the turkey. by Brooke
Isaac: How to Bake a Turkey
I have a special way to bake a
turkey. First I will pil the turkey.
Next I will bake the turkey. Last I
will eat the turkey. We will eat it
at home. by Isaac.
Kaiyla Broxton; How To
Bake A Turkey I have a special
to bake a turkey. First, I wash the
turkey. Next, I put the turkey in
the oven. Last, I eat the turkey. We
Like Thanksgiving. By: Kaiyla
Broxton
Blake Ward; How to Bake
A Turkey. I have a special way
to bake a turkey. First I go to the
store and buy it. Next I cook it.
Last I take it to my Grandma and
papa. We enjoey it.

Mrs. Brazile 2nd Grade
Alan Munyon; this is the way
I bake a turkey. First I buy me one.
Then I bake my turkey. Next I cut
my turkey. Last I eat my turkey:
This the way I do it.
James Coulier; This is the
way to bake a turkey. First I duck
it. Then I clen it. Next I put it in
the oven. Last I eat it. This is the
way I do it.
Hunter White; This the way I
bake a turkey first I kill it. Then I
clean it. Next I cook it. Last I eat
it. This is the way I do it.
Summer Pippin; This is the
way I bake a turkey. Frst I go
home with it and clen it. Last I
bake it. This is the way I do it.
Mavrick Westbrook; This is
the way I bake a turkey. First I go
to the store. Then I buy it. Next I
cook it. Last I eat it. This is the
way I do it.
Camerson Harrison; This is
the way I bake a turkey. First I
will kill a turkey. Then I will bring
the turkey home, then clean him.
Next I will cook the turkey. Last I
will eat the turkey. This is the way
I do it. Name Cameron Harrison
Emily Shelby; This is the way
I bake a turkey. First I bought the
turkey. Then I seasoned it. Next I
will bake it. Last I will feast on it.
This is the way I do it.
Hailee Powell; This is the
way I bake a turkey. First I buy
him. Thsn I pound him. Next I
tenderize him. Last I baked him,
This is the way I do it.
Savannah Burgess; This is
the way I bake a turkey. First I buy
the turkey. Then I take it home.
Next I cook it in the oven. Last I
eat it. This is the way I do it.
Nikea Smith; This is the way
I bake a turkey. First I bought it
at the store. Then I cut it up. Next
I put it in the oven. Last I ate it.
This is the way I do it.
Taylor Carroll; This is the
way I bake a turkey. First I shoot
it. Then I clean it. Next I put it in
the oven 400 degrees hot. Last I
eat it. This is the way I do it.
Austin Gibson; This is the
way I bake a turkey. First I find it
in the woods. Then I clean it. Next
I put it in the oven 400 degrees.
Last I will eat it. This is the way
I do it.
Kendall Mitchell; This is the
way I bake a turkey. First I will
kell it. Then I will slice it into big
pieces. Next I will set it for 400
degree. Last I will eat it with my
family. This is the way I do it.
Claeb Perkins; This is the
way I bake a turkey. First I find
the turkey. Then I kill it. Next I
take the skin off of it and put it in
sind and wash it. Last my family
and I eat it. This is the way I do
it.
Laura Hartzog; This is the
way I bake a turkey. First I kill it.
Then I wah it. Next I put it in the
oven. Last I eat it. This is the way
I do it.
Colin Strickland; This is the
way I bake a turkey. First I by
it at Wal mart. Then I cut it in
to little pieces. Next I bake it at
400 degrees. Last I eat it with my
family. This is the way I do it.
Claudia Monk; This is the
way I bake a turkey. First I kill a
turkey in the woods. Then I clean
it. Next I turn on the oven. Last I
eat it. This is the way I do it.

Mrs. Brown 2nd Grade
Christian Franklin; 1. Catch
it. 2. skin it. 3. cook it. 4. then lay
it down on the table. 5. then sit
down. 6. and say your grase. 7.
and then eat.
Hannah Smith;1. catch the
turkey. 2. kil the turkey. 3. pluke
the fethers off the turkey. 4. get
the guts out of the turkey. 5. cut
the head off of turkey. 6. cook the
turkey. 7. eat the turkey.
Lindsey Jones; 1. catch it. 2.
kill it. 3. senin it. 4. put it in the.
oven. Have a great'Thanksgiving!
5. eat it. 6. tack it to other people',
and share it! Have a great
Thanksgiving. 7. let it cool off.
8. where puffins when you take
it. Have a Thensgiving dinner
Thansgiving
Sydney shugars; 1. Catch
a turkey. 2. Kill it. 3. Pick the
fathers off it. 4. eat the turkey for
Thankgiving.
Justin Chopelas; 1. first you
git a turkey. 2. kill it. 3. Put it in
the uvine 4. talk it out uf the uvin


and have a grat thanksgiving.
Zac Messer; 1. Catch a turkey.
2. Pick the fethers off of it 3. Cut
the guts out 4. cut the hart out 5.
cut off the head 6. Cook it 7. eat
it
Noah Atwell; 1. catck it 2. kill
it 3. Pick the fathers off it 4. rip the
guts out of it 5. cook it 6. eat it
Skyler Cooper; First get a

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NORTHWEST FLORIDA FAIR PAGEANT


A dog recently adopted at Ben's Place.


Submitted photo
Gabrielle Steverson,
daughter of Adam and
Vicki Steverson, was the
Junior Western Wear win-
ner for ages birth to age
eight in the North Florida
Fair pageant in Tallahas-
see on Nov. 10. She also
won second runner up in
the Tiny Miss division of
the pageant and received
medallions for Prettiest
Smile and for Best Stage
Presence.


Submitted photo
Isabella Scott, daughter of
Tim and Tracy Scott, was
the Princess Western Wear
winner for ages birth to age
eight in the North Florida
Fair pageant in Tallahas-
see on Nov. 10. She also
won first runner up in the
Little Miss division of the
pageant and received me-
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for Photogenic.


Submitted photo
Melea Kirk, daughter
of Bryson and Elizabeth
Kirk, was the Miss North
Florida Fair Western
Wear winner for ages nine
and up in the North Flor-
ida Fair pageant in Talla-
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won a crown for being a
Sweetheart Ambassador
for the pageant. Melea
was the 2006-2007 Little
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Ben's Place dog expo
Ben's Place Animal Rescue & Care Adoption will host
its first ever Panhandle Dog Expo "No Dogs Left Behind,"
on Saturday, Jan. 19 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Ben's Place,
1211 Sam Ard Rd.; Bonifay.
According to Morales ,they already have commitments
from K-9 presenters and others from South and Central
Florida and locally. There will be several events planned.
Barbecue chicken dinners with green beans, bake beans,
hush puppies and tea will be available for $5.
There is limited space for vendors. The cost for a booth
will be $25 plus a basket from each vendor that will be
auctioned. All proceeds for this event will go to continue to
support Ben's Place a not-for-profit organization.
In the past few weeks Ben's Place has added six new
kennels and are in the process of adding an additional six
to eight more.


Two grants awarded
The Chipola Regional Workforce Board has been award-
ed two training grants to assist employers and individuals
with training needs in the following counties: Calhoun,
Holmes, Jackson, Liberty and Washington.
The BEST Grant can used for training employees in
manufacturing, construction and related industries, al-
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(public and private). The WIN Grant will also reimburse
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the wages during OJT. For information on the BEST Grant
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TURKEY
Continued from page 1OB

to set the table and then your
ready to have a Thanksgiving din-
ner.
Samantha Slay; how to bake
a thankgiving turke. 1 Kecn a tur-
key. 2 clen it off. 3 than put it in
the uven. 4 Tak it out. 5 Put it on
the tabut. 6 Put sows on it. 7 Than
do the turkey dans. 8 Than say the
Pray. ... ; ,
1. Roger Ward; :1., You cach the
turkey 2. Put it in the oven 3. You
set the table 4. You eat the turkey
on thanksgiving day.
, Austin Pauley; Step 1. You
catch a turkey. Step 2. You take
out all its insids. Step 3. Then you
set the oven. Step 4. Yoy put it in
the oven. Step 5. When its cook-
ing you set the table. Step. 6. You
take it out of the oven then you let
it cool step 7. You eat Thanksgiv-
ing diner.
, Devyn Michelle Butorac;
You have to by a turkey. Then
wash it off. Then you have to
put it in a plat. Then you have to
bake it. And other suvings the oth-
ers. Like greben casroll, or pees.
And corn. Then you can have a
Thanksgiving dinner.
Victoria Pike; Kesh the tur-
key then couk the turkey in the
vueney then open the turkey and
put sum sot in the turkey and put
thagings in the turkey then you
have a thanksgiving denry.
I Camerson Griffin; 1. Cech
the turkey. 2. Kele the turkey. 3.
pluke the turkey. 4. Ches the tur-
key. 5Get the guts out of the tur-
key. 6. Cut the Head of the turkey.
7. Cook the turkey. 8. eat the tur-
key.
Mrs. Wilson's class
Zekerook; 1 bowe 2. brown 3
cook 4 tack out 5 serve 6 eat 7 go
Home 8 Woch TV 9 go to slep
Perry E. Wells; You get a hot
pan get your Turkey and put it in
the oven for 450 and for 20 minets
then take it out of the oven cut it
and put it on your plate and let it
cool and eat it.
Dessa Williams; Whas your


hands buy a turkey get turkey
souse put in the oven to bake thak
it out to eat.
Jacob Carroll; 1. Let it thalt
out 2. but hot weather on it 3. put
some siesescon it 4. put it in the
oven then put it on for minits.
Devonta Critten; Whash your
head and put it on the stov and put
flor on it and flep it over and get it
at ov the stov and eat it.
Micala Fisanick; 1. Put salt &
pepper on it. 2. Set the oven for
a half an hour. 3. Then bake it. 4.
Take it out and eat it!
Alaina French; 1. take The
fathers of the turkey 2. Put the
turkey in the uvin. 3. take the tur-
key out av Tle uvin and Dres The
Turkey.
Justin Melancon; buy tur-
key met at the stoor. Wours your
hands. put the met in a pen. Set
the met in the oven. take it out uv
the oven. and eat it.
Drake Diehl; Derections 1.
Put it in the oven 2. put it up to ten
hours. How to bake: 1 set it for 4
min. The End.
Dareemius; 1. Let it thall out
2. Put Hot Wather 3. Put sitsin on
it 4. tack it out the siny 5 put it in
the ovin for 25 mint.
Cheyenne Hart; 1. Go to the
stor and by it 2. cook it 3. put it in
the thove 5 minits.
Paige Lumpkin; wash your
hand Then poot the turky in the
oven for 12 to 5 menes then ges
what hapes next you gat It!
Kevin Martinez; take it out
and put it in the oven than wen it
git hot hot you take it out but you
first leve it in for 5 minets.
Blake Gardner; 1. Put flaIr
in blow 2. then put stuffing 3. you
need 4. mastd tados, 5. 1 cup flul
of slat 6. and courn.
Rory; How to Bake a Turkey.
Whash your head and put it on the
stov and put flor on it and get it ot
ov the stov and eat it.
Zachery; how to bake a turky.
1. Bang it with a tinboriser. 2. Put
it in the oven. 3. Salt and pepper.
4. eat it.
Jessica Bomam; 1. Put a
spoon full fo salt on the Turkey.
2. Set the oven on 350' and let it
cool. 3. And put it in the oven.


Mrs. Julie Short's class
Reid Bush; You go to the
store get a turkey and throu It in
the oven put the oven on 50 min-
utes then take It out of the oven
then eat It.
Seth Kirkland; First you buy
it thin you put it in the oven for
fourteen minits thin you seasiing
thin you stuf it.
Deanna Kevilly;First, You go
to the store, buy a turkey. Second,
you take it home. Third, you put it
in your oven for fifteen minutes.
Fourth, yu take it out an eat it.
Megan Erickson; first you
take a turkey then you take the
feathers off the tukey then you
cook it four 50 minutes then you
eat it!
Kelly Preikken; 1. firs tyou
cook it at the oven. 2. Tahnksgiv-
ing is fun to throw.
Daniel Thompson; Putt it
in the uvoven and putt salt and
blackpeper and putt hotsols on the
Turkey.
Alexa Everett; Go to the store
get a turkey. in then put seasoning
on it in then put it in the oven four
50 minutes then take it out of the
oven.
Kinslee Morrell; First yu ge
the turkey out then put fifteen oz
of flwer seusoning. Then put salt
and pepper and turkey seasoning.
Then put it in the oven forth min-
utes.
Tamara Butler; first you buy
it Then you take it home. Then
you BBQ The turkey then you
you season it then you put it in
the oven then you eat it Then you
have it Thank giving dinner.
Maisoh Brown; fist you go
to the store and buy a turkey take
it home than you nix to take it an
take the paper off and put it in the
oven Four fifteen minats.
Darian Eden Aronhalt; 1. Go
to the store. 2. Buy a Turkey. 3.
put it in the oven for 30 minutes.
4. When its done Take it out and
put seasoning on it and done.
Monty; You need a Tukey kill
it take the feathers off put it in the
oven for 13 to 15 minutes take it
out then eat it.
Tyler Losee; You go to the


store and get a turkey and throw
it in the oven for 15 minutes then
take it out of the oven and eat it
up.
Nathaniel Foster; First you
buy it at the store. Then you take
it home. Then put it in The oven.
Then take it out. Then there you
go.
Ms. Goolesby's class
Zayla Ard; You buy a turkey
and you put it in the oven and then
you take it out and then you eat it.
And then yu butter it and eat it be-
cause it's bake and you can have
it with mashed potatoes. Happy
Thanksgiving.
Andrea Clark; First I go to
the store and I by one then I Take
it home nexe I put it in the oven.
Then I wait three hours Then I
take it out and I put honey it it
then I get some gravy and I put
it on top of the turkey and then I
get some plates then I eat it have a
Happy thanksgiving.
Sidney Revels; I can Cille It
and fry it and thine I will stick it
in the oven for 3 to 10 minise and
wate and win It is rede to eat ficks
a plate.
Christian Robledo; you take
it out yu put it in the oven and
then take it out uv the oven and
then take it outside then take it out
for a drive then take it to the park
and put it on the seesan then take
it to the store and buy food for the
turkey and then go home and put
it on the table frve it and put it in
the oven ugeme and the end.
Victoria Torres; Buy the Tur-
key from the store. Take it home
put butter on the Turkey put it in
the oven Bake it for 30 minets put
honey on it then put gravy on it
put melted butter on it put cole-
slaw on it put cranberry sauce on
it put stuffing on it put dressing on
it put mashed potatoes on it. Put
ahchoves on it put devs on it put
hot sauce on it put spicses on it
put lemen guse on it put tomato
guse on it put apple gust on it put
tarber sauce on it put it in the oven
and cook it for 40 minets take it
out of the oven put diessing on it
put honey on it put melted Butter
on it.


Dione O'Quinn; The whay to
make turkey stuff it with stuff-
ing. Next put it in the oven. Last
add honey, (gravy) (dressing)
(butter) (mashed potatoes) (cole
slaw) (cranberry sauces).
Gabrielle Nelle Pettis; first
drop the turkey than hit it put in
the oven for 3 to 10 minis take it
on a date put better on it and than
marry it put gravy on it and now
serve the turkey a three and two
and ter ministave.
Paulette Coker; You hafe to
stuff it and yu can put butter on
it you can put gravy on it you can
put cranbeerry sauce and you hafe
to put it in the oven and it would
probaleay take abat ten miunts
and you hafe to bake it two. Hap-
py Thanks giving.
Halie Steverson; First you
take the Turky then you stuff it
then you can put honey or gravy
or melted Butter or you can eat
mashed potatoes and gravy and
you can ea some coleslaw then
you can put the turk in the oven


and when is done you can eat all
of your food I hope you it Joy
your turky I hear is good and I
tasted it Before and is was good.
I hope you injoyed this letter Hap-
py Thanksgiving.
Martina Steverson; first buy
a Turkey and put dressing and
honey on it. Then put gravy and
coleslaw and cranberry sauce.
Then out melted butter on it. And
then you put it in the oven and
bake the Turkey and then invite
some friends to have dinner with
your family and you serve it to
your family and friends. I hope
you like this letter. I Love you
very much. See you all soon.
Juwan Shack; First I go to
the store then I buy it then I take
it home then I take it out of the
raper then I put it in the oven for
25 minutes then I take it out then I
put it on the table then I let it coo.

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTEENTH
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
OF THE FOURTEENTH THE STATE OF FLORIDA,
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN IN AND FOR WASHING-
AND FOR WASHINGTON TON COUNTY
COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION
WASHINGTON CROSS- 21ST MORTGAGE COR-
ING, LLC, PORTION,
Plaintiff, Plaintiff,
v. vs.
PINE LOG CREEK, LLC, CASE NO. 67 07 CA 405
MICKEY WHITAKER, and THOMAS CALVIN DOSS;
GUS GOLDSMITH, THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE
Defendants. OF THOMAS CALVIN
DOSS; BARBARA
CASE NO.: BAHNSEN A/K/A BAR-
67-06-CA-000280 BARA BOHNSEN; IF LIV-
ING, INCLUDING ANY
CLERK'S NOTICE OF UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
SALE UNDER CHAPTER SAID DEFENDANTSS, IF
45F.S. REMARRIED, AND IF DE-
CEASED, THE RESPEC-
NOTICE IS HEREBY TIVE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
GIVEN that under a Sum- DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
mary Final Judgment of ASSIGNEES, CREDI-
Foreclosure, in the TORS, LIENORS, AND
above-styled case. I will TRUSTEES, AND ALL
sell to the highest and OTHER PERSONS
best bidder for cash at the CLAIMING BY,
Washington County Court- THROUGH, UNDER OR
house 1293 Jackson Ave- AGAINST THE NAMED
nue, Chipley, Florida, DEFENDANT(S); LAW
32428, at 11:00 a.m. on OFFICES OF JOHN J.
the 3rd day of December USKERT, PA., A DIS-
2007, the following de- SOLVED CORPORATION;
scribed property: WHETHER DISSOLVED
OR PRESENTLY EXIST-
Parcel 1 ING, TOGETHER WITH
Lots 1 and 2 of the original ANY GRANTEES, AS-
Government Survey, Sec- SIGNEES, CREDITORS,
tion 13, Township 1 LIENORS, OR TRUSTEES
South, Range 17 West, OF SAID DEFENDANTS)
Washington County, Flor- AND ALL OTHER PER-
ida. SONS CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER, OR
Parcel 2 A G A I N S T
DEFENDANTSS; UN-
The north half of the north- KNOWN TENANT #1;
east. quarter; the south- UNKNOWN TENANT #2;
west quarter of the north- Defendant(s).
east quarter; the north half
of the southeast quarter; NOTICE OF ACTION
the southeast quarter of
the southeast quarter; the TO: THOMAS CALVIN
southeast quarter of the DOSS; THE UNKNOWN
southwest quarter; the SPOUSE OF THOMAS
south west quarter of the CALVIN DOSS; IF LIVING,
southeast quarter; the INCLUDING ANY
northeast quarter of the UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
northwest quarter; the SAID DEFENDANT(S), IF
southwest quarter of the REMARRIED, AND IF DE-
northwest quarter; the CEASED, THE RESPEC-
north half of the southwest TIVE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
quarter; the southwest DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
quarter of the southeast ASSIGNEES, CREDI-
quarter of the northwest TORS, LIENORS, AND
quarter; and the east half TRUSTEES, AND ALL
of the southeast quarter of OTHER PERSONS
the northwest quarter; all CLAIMING BY,
in Section 12, Township 1 THROUGH, UNDER OR
South, Range 17 West, AGAINST THE NAMED
Washington County, Flor- DEFENDANT(S);
ida. Less and except any
portion that lies within the Whose residence are/is
Road right-of-way, unknown.
Less and Except: Comn- YOU ARE HEREBY re-
mencing at the northwest quired to file your answer
corner of the east half of or written defenses, if any,
the southeast quarter of in the above proceeding
the northwest quarter of with the Clerk of this
Section 12, Township 1 Court, and to serve a copy
South, Range 17 West, thereof upon the plaintiff's
thence run East 295 feet, attorney, whose name and
thence run south 295 feet, address appears hereon,
thence run North 295 feet within thirty days of the
to the Point of Beginning, first publication of this No-
Being in and a part of the tice, the nature of this pro-
east half of the southeast ceeding being a suit for
quarter of the northwest foreclosure of mortgage
quarter of Section 12, against the following de-
Township 1 South, Range scribed property, to wit:
17 West, Washington
County, Florida. COMMENCE AT AN
EXISTING LIGHT WOOD
Also Less and Except: STAKE MARKING THE
That certain real property SOUTHEAST CORNER
lying in Section 12, Town- OF SECTION 10, TOWN-
ship 1 South, Range 17 SHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE
West, Washington County, 15 WEST, WASHINGTON
Florida, and described as: COUNTY FLORIDA;
commencing at Strickland THENCE NORTH 89 DE-
Road and running in a GREES 22'19" WEST
southerly direction, a 100' ALONG THE SOUTH
wide strip of land along BOUNDARY LINE OF
the western line of said SAID SECTION 10, FOR A
Section, Township and DISTANCE OF 1327.23
Range, located entirely FEET TO AN EXISTING
within the Southwest CONCRETE MONUMENT
Quarter of the Northwest MARKING THE SOUTH-
Quarter, and the North- WEST CORNER OF THE
west Quarter of the South- SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF THE
west Quarter of said Sec- SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF SAID
tion, Township and SECTION 10; THENCE
Range, continuing approx- NORTH 00 DEGREES
imately 2,000 feet to the 25'48" EAST, ALONG THE
northern boundary of the WEST BOUNDARY LINE
Southwest Quarter of the OF SAID SOUHTEAST 1/4
Southwest Quarter of Sec- OF THE SOUTHEAST 1/4
tion 12, Township 1 FOR A DISTANCE OF
South, Range 17 West, 258.19 FEET TO AN IRON
Washington County, Flor- ROD, SAID IRON ROD
ida, which property shall BEING THE POINT OF
be further described pur- BEGINNING; THENCE
suant to paragraph 3(a)i of CONTINUE NORTH 00
this Agreement. DEGREES 25'48" EAST,
ALONG SAID WEST
DATED this 2 day of No- BOUNDARY LINE, FOR
vember, 2007. 595.17 FEET TO AN IRON
ROD; THENCE SOUTH 89
LINDA HAYES COOK DEGREES 22'19" EAST,
CLERK OF COURTS FOR 366.02 FEET TO AN
IRON ROD; THENCE
By: K. McDaniel SOUTH 00 DEGREES
DEPUTY CLERK 26'34" WEST, FOR 595.16
FEET TO AN IRON ROD;
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THENCE NORTH 89 DE
THE AMERICAN DISA- GREES 22'19" WEST,
ABILITIES ACT, PERSONS FOR 365.89 FEET TO THE
WITH A DISABILITY WHO POINT OF BEGINNING.


| 11,00 |I 1100 | 1100 || 1100 I 1100 I1100 | | 1100
THIS PARCEL IS LO- GMAC MORTGAGE, LLC, interest in the surplus from CASE NO. 196.33 FEET; THENCE trative Hearings, Depart- accept bid proposals to
CATED IN THE SOUTH- Plaintiff, the sale, if any, other than 67-2006-CA-374 RUN N-38 DEGREES 14 ment of Management Ser- replace two sections of
EAST 1/4 OF THE vs. the property owner as of MINUTES 12 vices, 1230 Apalachee roof at the T.J. Rouhlac
SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF SEC- WILLIAM J. SABATA A/K/A the date of the Lis Pend- THE BANK OF NEW SECONDS-W 475.92 Parkway, Tallahassee, Enrichment Center. Speci-
TION 10, TOWNSHIP 3 WILLIAM SABATA, et al, ens must file a claim YORK TRUST COMPANY FEET FOR A POINT OF Florida 32399-3060. Fail- fications may be obtained
NORTH, RANGE 15 Defendandt(s) within sixty (60) days after N.A., AS SUCCESSOR TO BEGINNING, FROM SAID ure to petition to intervene from Chris MacBlain, CRA,
WEST, WASHINGTON the sale. JPMORGAN CHASE POINT OF BEGINNING within the allowed time 685 7th Street, Chipley, FL
COUNTY, FLORIDA. NOTICE OF FORECLO- WITNESS MY HAND and BANK, N.A., AS TRUS- RUN N-38 DEGREES 13 frame constitutes a waiver 32428, 850.638.4157. Bids
SURE SALE the seal of this Court on TEE, RESIDENTIAL MINUTES 52 of any right such a person will be accepted until No-
TOGETHER WITH: A 30 Nov. 6, 2007. FUNDING COMPANY, SECONDS-W 956.95 has to request a hearing vember 26, 2007 at Noon.
FOOT WIDE INGRESS NOTICE IS HEREBY Linda H. Cook LLC F/K/A RESIDENTIAL FEET; THENCE RUN S-89 under Sections 120.569 The CRA reserves the
AND EGRESS EASE- GIVEN pursuant to a Final Clerk of the Circuit Court FUNDING CORPORA- DEGREES 32 MINUTES and 120.57, F.S., or to right to reject any and all
MENT LYING WITHIN 15 Judgment of Mortgage TION ATTORNEY IN 56 SECONDS-E 256.26 participate in the admin- bids. ,
FEET OF EITHER SIDE Foreclosure dated No- By: K. McDaniel FACT, FEET; THENCE RUN S-38 istrative hearing. The CRA complies with
OF A CENTERLINE, SAID vember 06, 2007 and en- Deputy Clerk Plaintiff, MINUTES 13 MINUTES 51 the Americans with Disa-
CENTERLINE DE- tered in Case No. As published in the Wash- vs. SECONDS-E 790.43 After an administrative abilities Act. Any person re[-
SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: 67-2007-CA-331 of the Cir- ington County News No- HARRY K. ALMAN, ET AL. FEET; THENCE RUN S-49 hearing petition is timely quiring assistance is
COMMENCE AT THE cuit Court of the FOUR- vember 14, 21, 2007. Defendantss. DEGREES 33 MINUTES filed, mediation is availa- asked to contact Chris
SOUTHWEST CORNER TEENTH Judicial Circuit in NOTICE OF FORECLO- 36 SECONDS-W 188.06 ble pursuant to Subsec- MacBlain at 850.638.4157.
OF THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 and for WASHINGTON SURE SALE FEET; THENCE RUN S-55 tion 163.3189(3)(a), F.S., As published in the Wash-
OF THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 County, Florida wherein DEGREES 56 MINUTES to any affected person ington County News Octd-
OF SECTION 10, TOWN- GMAC MORTGAGE, LLC, NOTICE IS HEREBY 40 SECONDS-W 12.15 who is made a party to the ber 31, November 7, 14,
SHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE is the Plaintiff and WIL- GIVEN pursuant to a Final FEET TO THE POINT OF proceeding by filing that 21, 2007.
15 WEST, WASHINGTON LIAM J. SABATA A/K/A Judgement of Mortgage BEGINNING. request with the adminis-
COUNTY, FLORIDA AND WILLIAM SABATA; JANET IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Foreclosure dated No- trative law judge assigned
RUN NORTH 01 DE- LEE SABATA A/K/A JA- OF THE FOURTEENTH vember 06, 2007 and en- SUBJECT TO ANY by the Division of Adminis-
GREES 04'07" EAST, FOR NET L. SABATA A/K/A JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN tered in Case No. COUNTY MAINTAINED trative Hearings. The
926.34 FEET; THENCE JANET SABATA; DIS- AND FOR WASHINGTON 67-2006-CA-374 of the Cir- RIGHT OF WAY AND RE- choice of mediation shall 1100 -
SOUTH 88 DEGREES COVER BANK; are the De- COUNTY, FLORIDA cuit Court of the FOUR- SERVING HOWEVER, not affect a party's right to
43'49" EAST FOR 366.12 fendants, I will sell to the TEENTH Judicial Circuit in AND EASEMENT OVER an administrative hearing. COLOR SELLS!
FEET; THENCE SOUTH highest and best bidder CIVIL ACTION and for WASHINGTON AND ACROSS THE Get Your Classified
01 DEGREES 04'07" for cash at FRONT STEPS County, Florida wherein SOUTHEASTERLY 30 -s- Mike McDaniel, Chief Ad in
WEST, FOR 26.0 FEET TO OF THE WASHINGTON CASE NO.: 67-07-CA-407 THE BANK OF NEW FEET THEREOF FOR Office of Comprehensive COLOR!.
THE POINT OF BEGINN- COUNTY COURTHOUSE DIVISION: YORK TRUST COMPANY ROADWAY AND UTILITY Planning Call now for details
ING OF SAID CENTER- at 11:00AM, on the Dec. N.A. AS SUCCESSOR TO PURPOSES. Department of Community and be noticed! .,
LINE; THENCE NORTH 60 day of 31, 2007, the fol- U.S. BANK NATIONAL AS- JPMORGAN CHASE Affairs 638-0212
DEGREES 28'03" EAST, lowing described property SOCIATION AS BANK, N.A., AS TRUS- A/K/A 3988 WOOD DUCK 2555 Shumard Oak Boule- Ior
ALONG SAID CENTER- as set forth in said Final TRUSTEE, TEE, RESIDENTIAL TRAIL, CHIPLEY, FL vard 547-9414:
LINE, FOR 100.0 FEET, Judgment: Plaintiff, FUNDING COMPANY, 32428 Tallahassee, Florida
MORE OR LESS TO A LLC F/K/A RESIDENTIAL Any person claiming an 32399-2100
POINT IN THE CENTER ALL THAT PART OF LOTS vs. FUNDING CORPORA- interest in the surplus from As published in the Wash- 1
OF A COUNTY MAIN- 11 AND 16, LYING TION ATTORNEY IN the sale, if any, other than ington County News No-
TAINED GRADED ROAD, NORTH OF STATE DITCH THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, FACT, is the Plaintiff and the property owner as of vember 21, 2007. 1120 1
AND THE END OF THE ACCORDING TO THE DEVISEES, GRANTEES, HARRY K. ALMAN; KA- the date of the Lis Pend-
CENTERLINE. PLAT OF DEKLE LAND ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, REN ALMAN; are the De- ens must file a claim CHRISTMAS FESTI-
COMPANY'S ADDITION CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, fendants, I will sell to the within sixty (60) days after VAL Dec 8 Vernon. -
AND TOGETHER WITH: A TO THE TOWN OF CHIP- OR OTHER CLAIMANTS highest and best bidder the sale. Need craft vendors -
30 FOOT WIDE LEY AND BEING A PART CLAIMING BY, for cash at FRONT STEPS WITNESS MY HAND and Set up fee $10.00. Call
NON-EXCLUSIVE PER- OF SECTION 9, TOWN- THROUGH, UNDER, OR OF THE WASHINGTON the seal of this Court on THE CITY OF CHIPLEY Ann 535-0670 or Betty
PETUAL EASEMENT FOR SHIP 4 NORTH, RANGE AGAINST, RORY A. COUNTY COURTHOUSE Nov. 6, 2007. FLORIDA 535-9603
INGRESS AND EGRESS 13 WEST, SAID PLAT BE- CROFT, DECEASED, et al, at 11:00AM, on the 31 day Linda H. Cook INVITATION TO BID
OVER AND UPON THE ING ON FILE IN THE OF- Defendant(s). of Dec. 2007, the following Clerk of the Circuit Court BIDNO. 1017 REWARD! $500-$1000
FOLLOWING: COM- FICE OF THE CKERK OF described property as set paid for Florida County
MENCE AT THE SOUTH- CIRCUIT COURT, WASH- NOTICE OF ACTION forth in said Final Judg- By: K. McDaniel Notice is hereby given to paid for rida Cout
WEST CORNER OF THE INGTON COUNTY, FLOR- ment: Deputy Clerk allNotice is hereby given to auto tags dated
SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF THE IDA. TO: THE UNKNOWN As published in the Wash- fialrms interested persons or 1911-1917. Also want
SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF SEC- HEIRS, DEVISEES, LOT 35, BLOCK 395, ington County News No- be that sealed bids will plates before 1956, Wa sh-ton
TION 10, TOWNSHIP 3 A/K/A 825 5TH STREET, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, SUNNY HILLS UNIT SIX, vember 14, 21, 2007. Chipley for the demolition and Holmes Co tags
NORTH, RANGE 15 CHIPLEY FL 32428 LIENORS, CREDITORS, ACCORDING TO THE of the Chipley Motel and with #50 and 51 prefix.
WEST, WASHINGTON TRUSTEES, OR OTHER MAP OR PLAT THEREOF, surrounding buildings. Jeff Francis.
COUNTY FLORIDA AND Any person claiming an CLAIMANTS CLAIMING AS RECORDED IN PLAT Sealed bids may be hand 727-345-6627 or mail
RUN NORTH 01 DE- interest in the surplus from BY, THROUGH, UNDER, BOOK 2, PAGES 60 delivered to Chipley City gobucsl3@aol.com.
GREES 04'07" EAST, FOR the sale, if any, other than OR AGAINST, RORY A. THROUGH 76, OF THE Hall located at 1442 Jack-
926.34 FEET; THENCE the property owner as of CROFT, DECEASED PUBLIC RECORDS OF son Avenue, Chipley, Flor-
SOUTH 88 DEGREES the date of the Lis Pend- WASHINGTON COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA DE- ida 32428, or mailed to APYAS
43'49" EAST FOR 336.12 ens must file a claim LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: FLORIDA. A/K/A 1534 PARTMENT OF COM- the City of Chipley, P.O.
FEET TO THE POINT OF within sixty (60) days after UNKNOWN ALDORO CIRCLE, Chip- MUNITY AFFAIRS Box 1007, Chipley, Florida | 1140
BEGINNING; THENCE the sale. CURRENT ADDRESS: ley, FL 32428 NOTICE OF INTENT TO 32428. The City will re-
CONTINUE SOUTH 88 UNKNOWN Any person claiming an in- FIND THE WASHINGTON ceive bids until December CIGAR TASTING!!
DEGREES 43'49" EAST, WITNESS MY HAND and terest in the surplus from COUNTY COMPREHEN- 5, 2007 at 3:00 p.m. local Join us for our
30.0 FEET; THENCE the seal of this Court on ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN the sale, if any, other than SIVE PLAN time. Bids, must be sealed ;FaltCigalTasting. ,i
SOUTH 01 DEGREES Nov. 7, 2007. PARTIES CLAIMING BY, the property owner as of AMENDMENT(S) IN COM- and in an envelope November 24, -
04'07" WEST, FOR 73.0 THROUGH, UNDER AND the date of the Lis Pend- PLIANCE marked "CHIPLEY MOTEL 4:00pn'-until. This is an
FEET, MORE OR LESS Linda H. Cook AGAINST THE HEREIN ens must file a claim DOCKET NO. DEMOLITION". Bids will event notto be missed.
TO THE NORTHEAST Clerk of the Circuit Court NAMED INDIVIDUAL within sixty (60) days after 07-1-NOI-6701-(A)-(I) be opened December 5, For more info email
CORNER OF PARCEL DE- By: K. McDaniel DEFENDANT(S) WHO the sale. 2007 at 3:10 p.m. local antiquemall@wfeca.net
SCRIBED IN OFFICIAL Deputy Clerk ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE The Department gives no- time. Information to Bid- or call 850-638-2535. -
RECORDS BOOK 476, As published in the Wash- DEAD OR ALIVE, WITNESS MY HAND and tice of its intent to find the ders and specifications Historic Chipley Antique
PAGE 483 OF THE PUB- ington County News No- WHETHER SAID UN- the seal of this Court on Amendment(s) to the will be provided at City Mall 1868 N. Railroad"
LIC RECORDS OF WASH- vember 14, 21, 2007. KNOWN PARTIES MAY Nov. 7, 2007. Comprehensive Plan for Hall located at 1442 Jack-
INGTON COUNTY, FLOR- CLAIM AN INTEREST AS Washington County, son Avenue, Chipley, Flor- .--
IDA; THENCE NORTH 89 SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVI- Linda H. Cook adopted by Ordinance ida. "
DEGREES 22'19" WEST SEES, GRANTEES, OR Clerk of the Circuit Court No(s). 2007-10, 2007-11
FOR 30.0 FEET; THENCE OTHER CLAIMANTS By: K. McDaniel and 2007-12 on Septem- A mandatory Pre-Bid Con-
NORTH 01 DEGREES Deputy Clerk ber 27, 2007, IN COMPLI- ference will be conducted
04'07" EAST FOR 73.0 LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: ANCE, pursuant to Sec- on November 28, 2007, at f R
FEET, MORE OR LESS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT UNKNOWN As Published in Washing- tions 163.3184, 163.3187 10:00 A.M., local time, at
TO THE POINT OF BE- OF THE FOURTEENTH CURRENT ADDRESS: ton County News, Novem- and 163.3189, F.S. the City of Chipley Council
GINNING. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT UNKNOWN ber 21, 28, 2007. Chambers located at 1442
IN AND FOR WASHING- The adopted Washington Jackson Avenue, Chipley, SE & ANIMALS.
To include a: TON COUNTY, FLORIDA YOU ARE NOTIFIED that County Comprehensive Florida 32428. Attendees
1999 PLAIN MOBILE CIVIL ACTION an action to foreclose a Plan Amendment(s) and will be required to sign an 2100- Pets
1999 PLAIN MOBILECIVIL ACTION mortgage on the following the Department's Objec- attendance roster to docu- 2110 Pets: Free to
HOME, VIN DEUTSCHE BANK NA- property in WASHINGTON tions, Recommendations ment participation in the 2120- Pet Suppies
AGVTDO1277A and TIONAL TRUST COM- County, Florida: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT and Comments Report (if conference. 2130- Farm Animals/
77444955 PANY AS TRUSTEE UN OF THE IORCUTEUT any) are available for pub- Suppnies
1999 PLAIN MOBI DER THE POOLING AND BEGINNING 140 YARDS JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ic inspection Monday Scope of work consists of 2140 Pets/Livestock
OMH77B VTN SERVICING AGREEMENT RTHOF SOUTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN through Friday, except for demolition and removal of Wanted
GAGVTDO1277 andSERIES ITF INDX CORNER OF NORTH-A COUNTYD FOR W AS GTON legal holidays, during nor- all existing structures to in- -
774444954 2004-AR9, WEST 1/4 OF SOUTHEST COUNTY LORIDA mal business hours, at the clude footings and aP
APlaintiff, /4, RUN THENCE NORTH CIVIL ACTION Washington County foundations, site cleanup
A/K/A 80 YARDS, THENCE BOCC, 711 3rd Street, and leveling, seeding and I 210
3439 DSH BAY RD 07CA248 NO. NAST 70SOYARDS CASENO.67-2007-CA-64 Chipley, Florida 32428. mulching, and asbestos For Sale: AKC Registere
BONIFAY, FL 32425 DIVISION YARDS THENCE WEST Any affected person, as aaement blood Hound puppies.
70 YARDS TO POINT OF DEUTSCHE BANK NA- defined in Sectit pr on s h Champion Blood lines.
If you fail to file your an- vs.NEE BEGINNING AND BEING TIONAL TRUST COM-eion The City reserves the right Ready for Christmas. Call
swrvrrite s s.E EEAND BEING TIONAL TRUST COM- 163.3184, ES., has a right to reject any and all bids 334-790-7861
swer or written defenses WHITSON, et al, CRES IN NO Plaintiff, to petition for an adminis- andwaive technicalities in B
in the above proceeding, Defendant(s). WEST OF SOUTHEASTPlaintiff, trative hearing to chal- awarding the bid. TOW
on plaintiff's attorney, a OF SECTION 13 TOWN- lenge the proposed Full Breed Great Pyre-
default will be entered SHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE vs. agency determination that DEMOLITION OF OLD nees puppies. 8wks old
against you for the relief NOTICE OF FORECLO- 13 WEST, WASHINGTON SALLY B. WALLER, et al. the Amendment(s) to the CHIPLEY MOTEL for $200.00. Also, selling
demanded in the Com- SURE SALE COUNTY, FLORIDA. Defendants) Washington County Corn- mother for $100.00. For
plaint or Petition. NOTICE OF FORECLO- prehensive Plan are In Bidders shall submit a cer- more information call
DATED at WASHINGTON NOTICE IS HEREBY has been filed against you NOT E OF FORE CLO- ompliance, as defined in tiffed check or bid bond, 850-548-5898.
County this 5 day of No- GIVEN pursuant to a Final and you are required to SURE SALE Subsection 163.3184(1), payable to the City of
vember, 2007. Judgment of Mortgage serve a copy of your writ- F.S. The petition must be
Foreclosure dated No- ten defenses within 30 NOTICE IS HEREBY Chipley in the amount of
Foreclosure dated No- ten defenses with-in 30 pIuE rnt to a Final filed within twenty-one five percent (5%) of bid or
Clerk of the Circuit Court member 06 2007 and en- days after the first publica- GIVEN pursuant to a Final (21) days after publication two hundred dollars


C of 9 Countyr0 Aa, TENT2JudcilCircutin be filed with the Agency Act and will make reason 2
tor no later chance with the cut Court of the FOUR- Plaintiff's attorney, whose member 06, 2007 and n- and contents described in (60) days. The City of mousin, $1,000. a pair.
days pmerianr to with Disabilities TEENTH Judicial Circuit in address is 9119 Corporate tered in Case No. uniform Rule 28-of the 106.201 Chipley adheres to the Black and red bulls







meaicalt(00a95i971 andLHELEN RENEE handed in the Complaint afteda Ii to timely file a petition vide the requested ser-
(TDD) o 0 p and for WASHINGTON Lake Drive, Suite 300, 67-2007-CA-64 of the Cir- A.C. The petition must Americans ity of ChDisabilities $1,200. to$1,500. Call
(vice), viof 1990a Florida Relay County, Florida wherein Tampa, Florida 33634hall be cult Court of the FOUR- be filed with the Agency Act and will make reason- 850-956-269
needing a special accom- DEUTSCHE BANK NA/K/ and file the original with TEENTH Judicial Circuit in Clerk, Department of able modifications for ac-
modation to participate i GETIONAL TRUST CON, this Court either before and for WASHINGTON Community Affairs, 2555 cess to awaCity services, pro-n a
this proceeding should PANY AS TRUSTEE UN- service on Plaintiff's attor- County, Florida wherein Shumard Oak Boulevard grams, and activities. Re- -
contacttheASACoordina- DER THE POOLING AND ney or immediately there- DEUTSCHE BANK NA- Tallahassee, Fori gratsm be ae -p .
tor no later than seven (7) SERVICING AGREEMENT after; otherwise a default TIONAL TRUST COM- 32399-2100, and a copy least 48 hours in advance
days prior to the proceed- SERIES ITF INDX will be entered against PANY, is the Plaintiff and mailed or delivered to the of the event in order to al-
ings. If hearing impaired, 2004-AR9, is the Plaintiff you for the relief de- SALLY B. WALLER; local government. Failure low the City time to pro-
please call (800) 955-9771 and HELEN RENEE handed in the Complaint CHARLES W. WALLER to timely file a petition vide the requested serv-
ington) or (800) 955-8770 WHITSON; TENANT #1 or petition, are th OF THE ndants, I will shall constitute waiver of ice. The City of Chiple y Computers





vember 14)1,via Florida Relay N/KgA JERRY WHITSON, This notice shall be sell toN 30 TOWNSHIP Intent shall become final videos equal access in em- 3190 Electronics
seNtfrt in si Fnl Athe WASHINGTON WASHINGTON COUNTY tions 120.569 and 120.57,n split-order basis by item 3100-Antiques
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TAX EXEMPTIONS;
ON PROPERTY TAX


Ballot Summary:
This revision proposes changes to the State
Constitution relating to property taxation. With
respect to homestead property, this revision: (1)
increases the homestead exemption except for
school district taxes and (2) allows homestead
property owners to transfer up to $500,000 of
their Save-Our-Homes benefits to their next
homestead. With respect to nonhomestead
property, this revision. (3) provides a $25,000
exemption for tangible personal property and
(4) limits assessment increases for specified
nonhomestead real property except for school
district taxes.

In more detail, this revision:
(1) Increases the homestead exemption by
exempting the assessed value between $50,000 and
$75,000. This exemption does not apply to school
district taxes.
(2) Provides for the transfer of accumulated
Save-Our-Homes benefits. Homestead property
owners will be able to transfer their Save-Our-
Homes benefit to a new homestead within 1 year
and not more than 2 years after relinquishing their
previous homestead; except, if this revision is
approved by the electors in January of 2008 and, if
the new homestead is established on January 1,2008,
the previous homestead must have been relinquished
in 2007. If the new homestead has a higher just value
than the previous one, the accumulated benefit can
be transferred; if the new homestead has a lower
just value, the amount of benefit transferred will
be reduced. The transferred benefit may not exceed
$500,000. This provision applies to all taxes.
(3) Authorizes an exemption from property
taxes of $25,000 of assessed value of tangible
personal property. This provision applies to all
taxes.
(4) Limits the assessment increases for
specified nonhoniestead real property to 10 percent
each year.. Property will be assessed at just value
following an improvement, as defined by general
law, andrmay.be.-assessed at just value following' a
change of ownerlsip or control t provided by general
law. This limitation does not apply to school district
taxes. This limitation is repealed effective January 1,
2019, unless renewed by a vote of the electors in the
general election held in 2018.

Further, this revision:
a. Repeals obsolete language on the homestead
exemption when it was less than $25,000 and did not
apply uniformly to property taxes levied by all local
governments.
b. Provides for homestead exemptions to
be repealed if a future constitutional amendment
provides for assessment of homesteads "at less than
just value" rather than as currently provided "at a
specified percentage" of just value.
c. Schedules the changes to take effect upon
approval by the electors and operate retroactively
to January 1, 2008, if approved in a special election
held on January 29, 2008, or to take effect January
1, 2009, if approved in the general election held
in November of 2008. The limitation on annual
assessment increases for specified real property
shall first apply to the 2009 tax roll if this revision
is approved in a special election held on January 29,
2008, or shall first apply to the 2010 tax roll if this
revision is approved in the general election held in
November of 2008.

ARTICLE VII
A FINANCE AND TAXATION
SECTION 3. Taxes; exemptions.--
(a) All property owned by a municipality and
used exclusively by it for municipal or public purposes
shall be exempt from taxation. Amunicipality, owning
property outside the municipality, may be required
by general law to make payment to the taxing unit
in which the property is located. Such portions of
property as are used predominantly for educational,
literary, scientific, religious or charitable purposes
nmay be exempted by general law from taxation.
" (b) There shall be exempt from taxation,
cumulatively, to every head of a family residing in
this state, household goods and personal effects to
the value fixed by general law, not less than one
thousand dollars, and to every widow or widower
or person who is blind or totally and permanently
disabled, property to the value fixed by general law
not less than five hundred dollars.
(c) Any county or municipality may, for the
purpose of its respective tax levy and subject to the
provisions of this subsection and general law, grant
community and economic development ad valorem
tax exemptions to new businesses and expansions of
existing businesses, as defined by general law. Such
an exemption may be granted only by ordinance of
the county or municipality, and only after the electors
of the county or municipality voting on such question
in a referendum authorize the county or municipality
to adopt such ordinances. An exemption so granted
shall apply to improvements to real property made by


PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENT
TO BE VOTED ON JANUARY 29, 2008
NOTICE OF ELECTION
I, Kurt S. Browning, Secretary of State of the
State of Florida, do hereby give notice that an
election will be held in each county in Florida, on
January 29, 2008, for the ratification or rejection
of a proposed revision to the constitution of the
State of Florida.
No. 1
CONSTITUTIONAL REVISION
ARTICLE VII, SECTIONS 3,4, AND 6
ARTICLE XII, SECTION 27
(Legislative)


of the new homestead shall be the just value of the
new homestead minus an amount equal to the lesser
of $500.000 or the difference between the just value
and the assessed value of the prior homestead as of
January 1 of the year in which the prior homestead
was abandoned. Thereafter, the homestead shall be
assessed as provided herein.
2. If the just value of the new homestead is
less than the just value of the prior homestead as of


Ballot Title:
PROPERTY
LIMITATIONS
ASSESSMENTS


or for the use of a new business and improvements to
real property related to the expansion of an existing
business and shall also apply to tangible personal
property of such new business and tangible personal
property related to the expansion of an existing
business. The amount or limits of the amount of
such exemption shall be specified by general law.
The period of time for which such exemption may
be granted to a new business or expansion of an
existing business shall be determined by general law.
The authority to grant such exemption shall expire
ten years from the date of approval by the electors of
the county or municipality, and may be renewable by
referendum as provided by general law.
(d) By general law and subject to conditions
specified therein, there may be granted an ad valorem
tax exemption to a renewable energy source device
and to real property on which such device is installed
and operated, to the value fixed by general law not
to exceed the original cost of the device, and for the
period of time fixed by general law not to exceed ten
years.
(e) Any county or municipality may, for the
purpose of its respective tax levy and subject to the
provisions of this subsection and general law, grant
historic preservation ad valorem tax exemptions
to owners of historic properties. This exemption
may be granted only by ordinance of the county or
municipality. The amount or limits of the amount
of this exemption and the requirements for eligible
properties must be specified by general law. The
period of time for which this exemption may be
granted to a property owner shall be determined by
general law.
(f) By general law and subject to conditions
specified therein, twenty-five thousand dollars of
the assessed value of property subject to tangible
personal property tax shall be exempt from ad
valorem taxation.
SECTION 4. Taxation; assessments.--By
general law regulations shall be prescribed which
shall secure a just valuation of all property for ad
valorem taxation, provided:
(a) Agricultural land, land producing high
water recharge to Florida's aquifers, or land used
exclusively for noncommercial recreational purposes
may be classified by general law and assessed solely
on the basis of character or use.
(b) Pursuant to general law tangible personal
property held for sale as stock in trade and livestock
may be valued for taxation at a specified percentage
of its value, may be classified for tax purposes, or
may be exempted from taxation.
(c) All persons entitled to a homestead
exemption under Section 6 of this Article shall have
their homestead assessed at just value as of January
1 of the year following the effective date of this
amendment. This assessment shall change only as
provided herein.
(1) Assessments subject to this provision
shall be changed annually on January Ist of each
year; but those changes in assessments shall not
exceed the lower of the following:
a. Three.percent (3%) of the assessment for
the prior year.
b. The percent change in the Consumer Price
Index for all urban consumers, U.S. City Average,
all items 1967=100, or successor reports for the
preceding calendar year as initially reported by the
United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor
Statistics.
(2) No assessment shall exceed just value.
(3) After any change of ownership, as
provided by general law, homestead property shall be
assessed at just value as of January 1 of the following
year, unless the provisions of paragraph (8) apply.
Thereafter, the homestead shall be assessed as
provided herein.
(4) New homestead property shall be assessed
at just value as of January 1st of the year following
the establishment of the homestead, unless the
provisions of paragraph (8) apply. That assessment
shall only change as provided herein.
(5) Changes, additions, reductions, or
improvements to homestead property shall be
assessed as provided for by general law; provided,
however, after the adjustment for any change,
addition, reduction, or improvement, the property
shall be assessed as provided herein.
(6) In the event of a termination of homestead
status, the property shall be assessed as provided by
general law.
(7) The provisions of this amendment are
severable. If any of the provisions of this amendment
shall be held unconstitutional by any court of
competent jurisdiction, the decision of such court
shall not affect or impair any remaining provisions
of this amendment.
(8)a. A person who establishes a new
homestead as of January 1. 2009. or January 1 of any
subsequent year and who has received a homestead
exemption pursuant to Section 6 of this Article as
of January 1 of either of the two years immediately
preceding the establishment of the new homestead is
entitled to have the new homestead assessed at less
than just value. If this revision is approved in January
of 2008. a person who establishes a new homestead
as of January 1, 2008. is entitled to have the new
homestead assessed at less than just value only if that
person received a homestead exemption on January
1. 2007. The assessed value of the newly established
homestead shall be determined as follows:
1. If the just value of the new homestead is
greater than or equal to the just value of the prior
homestead as of January 1 of the year in which the
prior homestead was abandoned, the assessed value


January 1 of the year in which the prior homestead
was abandoned, the assessed value of the new
homestead shall be equal to the just value of the
new homestead divided by the just value of the prior
homestead and multiplied by the assessed value
of the prior homestead. However: if the difference
between the just value of the new homestead and
the assessed value of the new homestead calculated
pursuant to this sub-subparagraph is greater than
$500,000. the assessed value of the new homestead
shall be increased so that the difference between the
just value and the assessed value equals $500.000,
Thereafter, the homestead shall be assessed as
provided herein.
b. By general law and subject to conditions
specified therein, the Legislature shall provide for
application of this paragraph to property owned by
more than one person.
(d) The legislature may, by general law, for
assessment purposes and subject to the provisions of
this subsection, allow counties and municipalities
to authorize by ordinance that historic property
may be assessed solely on the basis of character or
use. Such character or use assessment shall apply
only to the jurisdiction adopting the ordinance. The
requirements for eligible properties must be specified
by general law.
(e) A county may, in the manner prescribed
by general law, provide for a reduction in the assessed
value of homestead property to the extent of any
increase in the assessed value of that property which
results from the construction or reconstruction of the
property for the purpose of providing living quarters
for one or more natural or adoptive grandparents or
parents of the owner of the property or of the owner's
spouse if at least one of the grandparents or parents
for whom the living quarters are provided is 62 years
of age or older. Such a reduction may not exceed the
lesser of the following:
(1) The increase in assessed value resulting
from construction or reconstruction of the property.
(2) Twenty percent of the total assessed value
of the property as improved.
(f) For all levies other than school district
levies, assessments of residential real property, as
defined by general law. which contains nine units
or fewer and which is not subject to the assessment
limitations set forth in subsections (a) through (c)
shall change only as provided in this subsection.
(1) Assessments subject to this subsection
shall be changed annually on the date of assessment
provided by law: but those changes in assessments
shall not exceed ten percent (10%) of the assessment
for the prior year.
(2) No assessment shall exceed just value.
(3) After a change of ownership or control.
as defined by general law, including any change of
ownership of a legal entity that owns the property,
such property shall be assessed at just value as of the
next assessment date. Thereafter, such property shall
be assessed as provided in this subsection.
(4) Changes, additions, reductions, or
improvements to such property shall be assessed
as provided for by general law: however, after the
adjustment for any change, addition, reduction.
or improvement, the property shall be assessed as
provided in this subsection.
(g) For all levies other than school district
levies, assessments of real property that is not subject
to the assessment limitations set forth in subsections
(a) through (c) and (f) shall change only as provided
in this subsection.
(1) Assessments subject to this subsection
shall be changed annually on the date of assessment
provided by law: but th6se changes in assessments
shall not exceed ten percent (10%) of the assessment
for the prior year.
(2) No assessment shall exceed just value.
(3) The legislature must provide that such
property shall be assessed at just value as of the next
assessment date after a qualifying improvement, as
defined by general law, is made to such property.
Thereafter, such property shall be assessed as
provided in this subsection.
(4) The legislature may provide that such
property shall be assessed at just value as of the
next assessment date after a change of ownership
or control, as defined by general law. including any
change of ownership of the legal entity that owns the
property. Thereafter. such property shall be assessed
as provided in this subsection.
(5) Changes. additions, reductions, or
improvements to such property shall be assessed
as provided for by general law: however, after the
adjustment for any change, addition, reduction.
or improvement, the property shall be assessed as
provided in this subsection.

SECTION 6. Homestead exemptions.--
(a) Every person who has the legal or
equitable title to real estate and maintains thereon
the permanent residence of the owner, or another
legally or naturally dependent upon the owner, shall
be exempt from taxation thereon, except assessments
for special benefits, up to the assessed valuation of
twenty-five ftve thousand dollars and. for all levies
other than school district levies, on the assessed
valuation greater than fifty thousand dollars and up
to seventy-five thousand dollars, upon establishment
of right thereto in the manner prescribed by law.
The real estate may be held by legal or equitable
title, by the entireties, jointly, in common, as a
condominium, or indirectly by stock ownership or
membership representing the owner's or member's
proprietary interest in a corporation owning a fee or


2008. Subsections (f) and (g) of Section 4 of Article
VII are repealed effective January 1. 2019: however.
the legislature shall by joint resolution propose an
amendment abrogating the repeal of subsections
(f) and (g). which shall be submitted to the electors
of this state for approval or rejection at the general
election of 2018 and. if approved, shall take effect
January 1, 2019,


allowed any individual or family unit or with respect
to any residential unit. No exemption shall exceed
the value of the real estate assessable to the owner or,
in case of ownership through stock or membership in
a corporation, the value of the proportion which the
interest in the corporation bears to the assessed value
of the property.
(c.) By general law and subject to conditions
specified therelin, the exe Amption shall be increased tou
a total of twenty-fi v. thousand dollars of the assessed
value of the eal estate f o eah school district levy.
By general law and subject to conditions specified
therein, the ex.....emption for all oth..er levies may be
inx eased up to an amount not exceeding ten thousand
dollars of the assessed value of the real estate if die
owner has attained age sixty-five or is totally and
permanently disabled and if the owner is not entitled
to the. exemption pouvided in subsection (d).
(d) By general law and Lubject to unditions
specified therein, the exemption shall be increased to
a total of the following amounts of assessed value of
real estate... for ah levy other than those of school
distriCts. fifteen thousand dollars with respect to
1980 assessments; twenty thousand dollars with
respect to 1981 assessments; twenty-five thousand
dollars with respect to assessmenta fox 1982 and each
year thereafter. However, such increase shall not
apply with respect to any assessment roll until such
roll is first determined to be in compliance with the
provisions uf setion 4 by a state ...ag...ncy designa...
by general law. This subse.tion shall stand repealed
on the effective date of any amendment to asedtion
4 whih provides for .th assessment of homuntead
property at a specified percentage of its just value.
(.c(e) By general law and subject to
conditions specified therein, the Legislature may
provide to renters, who are permanent residents, ad
valorem tax relief on all ad valorem tax levies. Such
ad valorem tax relief shall be in the form and amount
established by general law.
(d)(f) The legislature may, by general law,
allow counties or municipalities, for the purpose of
their respective tax levies and subject to the provisions
of general law, to grant an additional homestead tax
exemption not exceeding fifty thousand dollars to
any person who has the legal or equitable title to real
estate and maintains thereon the permanent residence
of the owner and who has attained age sixty-five and
whose household income, as defined by general
law, does not exceed twenty thousand dollars. The
general law must allow counties and municipalities
to grant this additional exemption, within the limits
prescribed in this subsection, by ordinance adopted
in the manner prescribed by general law, and must
provide for the periodic adjustment of the income
limitation prescribed in this subsection for changes
in the cost of living.
(e)(g) Each veteran who is age 65 or older
who is partially or totally permanently disabled
shall receive a discount from the amount of the ad
valorem tax otherwise owed on homestead property
the veteran owns and resides in if the disability was
combat related, the veteran was a resident of this
state at the time of entering the military service of
the United States, and the veteran was honorably
discharged upon separation from military service.
The discount shall be in a percentage equal to the
percentage of the veteran's permanent, service-
connected disability as determined by the United
States Department of Veterans Affairs. To qualify for
the discount granted by this subsection, an applicant
must submit to the county property appraiser, by
March 1, proof of residency at the time of entering
military service, an official letter from the United
States Department of Veterans Affairs stating
the percentage of the veteran's serviceconnected
disability and such evidence that reasonably
identifies the disability as combat related, and a copy
of the veteran's honorable discharge. If the property
appraiser denies the request for a discount, the
appraiser must notify the applicant in writing of the
reasons for the denial, and the veteran may reapply.
The Legislature may, by general. law, waive the
annual application requirement in subsequent years.
This subsection shall take effect December 7, 2006,
is self-executing, and does not require implementing
legislation.

ARTICLE XII
SCHEDULE
SECTION 27. Property tax exemptions
and limitations on property tax assessments.--The
amendments to Sections 3. 4. and 6 of Article VII,
providing a $25.000 exemption for tangible personal
property, providing an additional $25.000 homestead
exemption, authorizing transfer of the accrued
benefit from the limitations on the assessment of
homestead property, and this section, if submitted to
the electors of this state for approval or rejection at
a special election authorized by law to be held on
January 29. 2008. shall take effect upon approval by
the electors and shall operate retroactively to January
1, 2008, or, if submitted to the electors of this state
for approval or rejection at the next general election.
shall take effect January 1 of the year following such
general election. The amendments to Section 4 of
Article VII creating subsections (f) and (g) of that
section, creating a limitation on annual assessment
increases for specified real property, shall take effect
upon approval of the electors and shall first limit
assessments beginning January 1, 2009. if approved
at a special election held on January 29.2008. or shall
first limit assessments beginning January 1. 2010. if
approved at the general election held in November of


a leasehold initially in excess of ninety-eight years.
The exemption hall not apply with respect to any
assessment roll until such roll is first determined
to be in compliance with the provisions of section
4 by a state agency designated by general law. This
exemption is repealed on the effective date of any
amendment to this Article which provides for the
assess' t of homestead property at less than just
value.
(b) Not more than one exemption shall be




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or ia December 1st. 7:00am- HUNTING LAND DEPARTMENTAL STAFF ASSISTANT- ber 30, 2007. EOE/Drug 6170 Mobile Home/Lot the Fair Housing Act which
Commercial,Industrial, Aviation, Noon. First United Meth- WANTED to lease by Pan- UNIVERSITY CENTER Free Workplace. 6180 Out-of-Town Rentals makes it illegal to advertise
Churches, Agricultural odist Church, Chipley. ama City group. Requires an Associate's degree plus three (3) years pro-_ 610 Timeshare Rentals 'any preference, limitation or
4060i2 .......................... $13,600 Lots of good items includ- Woodland/farmland for gressive secretarial or clerical experience; or equivalent 6200 Vacation Rentals discrimination based on
6000$28,700 ingsomefurniture it der & dove. Will pay top combinationof education and experience. Valid state Golden Flake Snack rac, color, religion, sex,
1O&........................$28,700 ing some furniture items. dollar depending on site. driver's license required. Foods seeking to hire de- handicap, familial status or
All Sidewalk Sale Property will be respected SENIOR STAFF ASSISTANT- pendable route salesman. National origin, or an inten-
All sizesareavailable Nov. 23-30, 10am-until. and taken car of. Call PHYSICAL PLANT Drug Free workplace. erence, limitation or dis-
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check us out! experience; or equivalent combination of education and town Bonifay, rent for or legal custodians, preg-
i experience. Associate's degree and related experience Healthcare $400. each. Call nant women and people so-
., Yard Sale- Saturday, No- preferred. Valid state driver's license required. 850-547-3530 and curing custody of children
:0 'Prim Rose Ln, Gracevlle. W APPLICATION DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 28, 2007 Immediate Opening 850-547-5244. under18.
0, Toys, children & adult Interested applicants should submit a letter of application, Licensed Physical Ther- This newspaper will not
of West Florida clothes, fishing gear, furni- a completed Chipola College employment application apy Assistant (PTA) start- Executive Office knowingly accept any adver-
General Contractor ture, & athletic gear. (available from Human Resources); resume; and refer- petitiveng salary $47,840. Coand bene- Brickyard Rd. Gror l ease on ing for real station of the which isOur
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Steel Buildings next to Anomaly Antique 4130 Employment ANEQUALOPPORTUNYEMPLOYER 638-7700 ble on a equal opportunity
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7100 7100 7100 11 7100 7100. 7150
20 Acres, 2 miles west of
426 2nd St., Chipley. 2/3 Graceville, off Highway 2.
SET lE'S COUNTRY REAL"TY IlA CANNON R LY bedroom, 2 bath,like Well, septic tank & power
CAROLE AN Rbrand new, beautiful lot, & fish pond. Beautiful
,United. BETTIE L. SLAY, BROKER 1290 sq. ft. 3 acres. Only home sight $110,000.00.
Country (Florida & Alabama) 2229 Jim Bush Rd., ni FL 45 minutes to Panama 850-263-4894
205 E. North Ave., Bonifay, Florida 32425 18501547-4784 Cell 1850) 951-5682 City Beach. Owner may fi-
(850) 547-3510 Carole Cannon, Broker nance or give cashbo. MP Enterprises Land
28 ACRES WITH 3 BR HOME AND BARNS-$160,000---2 BR 2.5 Bonifay lots, city utilities, mobiles/manufactured (314)346-3303 Sale and Finance. 5 acres
BA HOME ON 1 AC- $39,900---LAKEFRONT DWL 3 BR 2.5 BA homes. Lot #1 $17,900, Lot #7 $15,900 a or more for houses only,
STUCCO ON 4 LOTS-$259,000---NEWER 2 BR RUSTIC STYLE New Private 40 acres with old house and wooded & pasture. 3 mi-
HOME ON 3+ ACRES-$145,000---3 BR 2 BA HOME POOL ON barn, pond, wooded $149,900 6.65 Acres, les South of Chipley.
3.6 ACRES-$219,900---INTOWN 3 BR 2 BA HOME OWNER FI- served, frontae, no restrictions $39,900 Highway 77, Gainer Rd.,
NANCING-MOTIVATED $119,900---28 ACRES-$159,900---3 BR seye, age, no res ions By owner 747 Gilbert Houston Rd., Beadie Rd.,
2BA HOME ON 1+ AC-$129,900---LIQUOR STORE BUSINESS 2 BR home on 2.68 acres, paved frontage, Drive, Chipley. Duncan Community Rd.
AND HOME-$319,000---1 ACRE LOTS-$16,500---19.5 ACRES- appliances $69,900 Town home on corner lot, 3BR/1.unBA. Newly Re- Budd Rd., (4) five acres
$97,500---15 AC WITH OWNER FINANCING-$125,000---70 AC 3 BR, spacious kitchen, reduced to $98,900 21 modeled. (w) 718-2268; aac
HWY 2-$420,000---1+ AC 2 BR NEWER HOME-$109,900--- (8) ten acres (5) eight ac-
VINTAGE 3 BR HOME INTOWN LARGE CORNER LOT-$183,900-- acs+-, mostly cleared, some mature hardwoods, (h)547-2937 res. Owner financing or
-10 AC PASTURE WELL-$89,995---2+ ACRES OWNER FINANC- private, bunk house, kitchen/bath bldg, deep cash. Low down payment,
ING-$29,900---54 AC 3 BR 2 BA HOME-$450,000--- 3 AC 3 well $139,000 *10.5+- acres, mostly cleared, low monthly payments.
BR 2 BA MH-$69,900---5+ACRES WELL SEPTICS BARN KEN- deep well, 4 bldgs., full bath, kitchen, appliances, Call Milton Peel for infor-
NELS-$85,00---SUNNY HILLS LOTS $7,000 AND UP washer/dryer hook up, riding mower $85,500. p- _4' mation 850-638-1858
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RICK BARNES TIM BENTON
SALES MGR. FINANCE MGR.





ALES MANAGER


NOW OPSN IN, LSUNNl, W1iLL







DIRECT


5329 Hwy.77, Chiplev, FL
(2 Miles South of Sunny Hills Entrance)
a(8501773-0095 or 773-0098


For Sale, 97 Cadillac Dev-
ille, clean and dependa-
ble. $6000. Call
850-260-5375


2002 Jeep Liberty sports,
fully loaded, 6 cylinder,
low mileage, pristine, like
new, black, $9,500.
850-263-0085


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V-8, CD Player, Alloy
Wheels, Stock #7179A
$159995
04 FORD F-150
SUPERCAB XLT


-'er kg. Cruise,
Tilt, CD, #P2889.
$119m495
04 FORD F-150
SUPER CAB 4A XLT


Power Pkg., Cruise, Tilt, CD
Player, Alloys, #P291 0
$21F995


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