Washington County news
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028312/00297
 Material Information
Title: Washington County news
Uniform Title: Washington County news
Washington County news (Chipley, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Washington County news
Publisher: Washington County news
s.n.
Place of Publication: Chipley Fla
Publication Date: December 19, 2007
Frequency: semiweekly[<1994>]
weekly[ former <1931>]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
Coordinates: 30.779167 x -85.539167 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began May 23, 1924.
General Note: L.E. Sellers, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 8, no. 1 (May 28, 1931).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: ltuf - ACC5987
oclc - 07260886
alephbibnum - 000384704
lccn - sn 81000810
issn - 0279-795X
System ID: UF00028312:00297
 Related Items
Preceded by: Chipley banner

Full Text



JF~dNA5-s4%*


Hey Santa!
It's time for the second graders
to tell Santa who has been
naughty or nice this year. As
always the letters run just the way
we get them.
Section C


www.chipleypaper.com


ter


y
,4'9I


'" __ 3 sections, 38 pages
SPr500"eac h


IN THE NEWS







MAGAZINE

In the Weekend Edition

Empty Stocking
Fund donations
The following donations were
received last week for the Empty
Stocking Fund for Holmes and
Washington counties:
*G.W. Retherford: $10.
*CSM Andy Taylor in honor of
Rose: $100.
*Anonymous: $100.
Total $610 to date.
Drop your donation by our office
in Bonifay at 112 E. Virginia Ave.,
or mail to P.O. Box 67, Bonifay, Fla.
Drop off your donation in Chipley
at 1364 N. RailroadAve., or mail to
P.O. Box 627, Chipley, Fla. 32428.
You can also mail your donation
to The Empty Stocking Fund c/o
the Salvation Army, P.O. Box 540,
Panama City, Fla. 32402.

Chamber Open
House Dec. 20
Washington County Chamber
of Commerce invites residents to
attend open house-9-a.m. to 3 p.m.
Thursday, Dec. 20. There will be
good food, good music and good
folks to talk to. Anyone with a fa-
vorite finger food they wish to share
at the open house should contact
Sherri at 638-4157.

One shot in JC
Sixty-year-old Ray H. Shinn
of Alford is in stable condition at
Jackson Hospital in Marianna fol-
lowing an argument in which he
was shot twice. The information
was received in a news release from
Jackson County Sheriff's Office.
The 911 Center received a call
about 6:56 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 13,
from 502 McDuff Drive in Alford.
The caller advised that the shooter,
Stephen Nelson, was' sitting in his
white Dodge truck in the front yard
of the residence and that he was still
armed with a hand gun.
- Deputies en route located the
subject attempting to leave the
area on Lakepoint Road. Nelson
was taken into custody without
incident. A 9 mm hand gun was
found on Nelson's person at the
time of his arrest.
Deputies and Jackson County
EMS personnel located Shinn lying
on his bedroom floor. Investigation
revealed that the argument between
the two men started on the back
deck of the residence. During the
altercation, Nelson produced a hand
gun and began to fire at Shinn. At-
tempting to elude the shooter, Shinn
fell through a sliding glass door at
the rear of the residence.
The injured man was transported
by EMS to Jackson Hospital and
Was last reported to be in stable
condition. Nelson, 57, was taken
to Jackson County Correctional
Facility and charged with attempted
murder.








FREEDOM
NEWSPAPERS *INTERACTIVE
"I-


YMCA, B&G to get proposal i. ii School Board


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
Things appear to be moving
along smoothly toward agree-
ments with the Washington County
School Board and the YMCA and
Boys and Girls Club. The Board
will prepare an offer sheet for lease
of property at Historic Chipley
High School by both organiza-
tions.
Representatives for both organi-
zations, which would offer a wide


array of fitness, sports, mentoring
and other services, appeared un-
daunted that repairs to the old gym
and cafeteria could run into the
tens of thousands of dollars. Roof
repairs to the two facilities could
cost over $50,000 between them,
and the Board made it clear they do
not have that kind of money.
"We have the funding," said
B&G representative Tracey Mitch-
ell. YMCA rep Tod Barfield said
the Y plans to add about 2,500
square feet to the old gym as


soon as a contract is signed. Up to
$400,000 in capital improvements
are planned, he said. "We can do
whatever we have to," Barfield
said.
Both organizations are interest-
ed in investment from the schools
as well, and the final agreement
should follow the basic pattern of
one suggested by Board Member
Terry Ellis:
*The $1-a-year lease as per
contract proposals from both or-
ganizations.


,~ V
-A-.
~ -"


I]




Submitted photo


Army helicopters like this one are h common sight in Afghanistan.



Teaming up help children


Local help for cause
that honors fallen
American soldier

MARY D. PARAMORE
Staff Writer
mparamore@chipleypaper.com
Call it the cloud's silver lining.
The rainbow after the storm. Or
perhaps a way to bring a sense of
normalcy and hope in the wake
of tragedy.
That's what Florida's State
Association of Supervisors of
Elections did when they joined
with Glenda Newbould, whose
son died while serving our coun-
try in Afghanistan.
Before his death, Sgt. Timothy
P. Padgett had asked his mother
to gather stuffed animals for his
unit. They hoped to give these
small toys to Afghani children
who came to receive medical
services from the U.S. Army
unit stationed there. Newbould
intensified her efforts to gather
and mail these stuffed animals in
his memory.
Washington County's Super-
visor of Elections Carol Griffin
learned about Padgett's request
at the association's meeting
this summer. She volunteered
to purchase and mail stuffed
animals with the $2,500 donated
when FSASE leaders passed the
hat during the conference. Five
hundred dollars was set aside
for a scholarship for Padgett's
daughter's college education,
as well.
"We were overwhelmed with
the size of the donations," said
Griffin. She and office staff
mailed the boxes and decided
on a whim to include disposable
cameras.
"We included a camera and
asked, if possible, if they could
take photos of some of their work
with the children and them being


Submitted photo
This Afghan boy gets something special from a serviceman.


Submitted photo
This little fellow and his mother
get a nice gift.


in receipt of the items. Much to
my delight, I got a letter and a
camera," Griffin said. "We have
developed the camera and have
some pretty touching pictures."
Army rules prohibit the photos
of Special Forces soldiers from
being published, so some of the
images have been blocked.
Newbould's mission has ex-
panded, Griffin said, and she is
requesting funds to cover mail-
ing packages of stuffed animals,
rather than stuffed animals, at
this time.
"She is spending about $100
a week on postage," Griffin said.
Persons interested in honoring
the memory of Sgt. Timothy P.
Padgett can send funds to New-
bould, in care of Bobby Beasley,
Walton County Supervisor of
Elections, 571 U.S. Hwy. 90 East,
DeFuniak Springs, FL 32433.


*Minor repairs.
*Proof of insurance. The Board
would pay property, the organiza-
tions would pay liability.
*Pay a usage fee or some sort
of payment for use of utilities by
the School Board when it uses the
facilities.
*Look at a possible sale down
the road. While the B&G said they
are happy with a lease, Barfield
said the Y would be interested in
purchasing the gym if possible.
That will be researched.


A quiet



night in



Vernon

Rules set for use of
Community Center

JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
Vernon City Council completed
its regular City Council meeting
without a hitch Monday night. The
meeting was adjourned early the
week before after Council mem-
bers and others fell to arguing, and
completing that agenda was largely
the task Monday night.
Rules were adopted for the Com-
munity Center, the former cafeto-
rium in old Vernon High School.
They include no smoking inside
and designating an area outside
for smoking, no alcohol, cleaning
up after an event to get the clean-,
up deposit returned, turning off
utilities, no use of the public ad-
dress system, taking the garbage to
dumpsters, cleaning personal food
out of the refrigerator, and signing
a hold-harmless agreement.
Council approved the rules
(which are available at City Hall)
and Councilwomen Vivian Brewer
and Gwen Marsh will prepare pro-
posed hours of operation and costs.
There is a $50 cleaning deposit.
Council also approved setting
aside $25,000 for regular mainte-
nance for the Community Center.
The money was taken from the
City Hall fund, which has about
$200,000 left.
Council also heard that the
grand opening and ribbon cutting
for the new City Hall will be held
Jan. 26, 2008 at 2 p.m. The Vernon
Historical Society will guest host
the event, which will include guest
speakers and a tour of the building.
For information or to help, call
535-1174.
a ,


Things to do in
Washington, Holmes and
Surrounding Counties
a -


'A tradition of excellence and community service since 1893,
COPYRIGHT 2007 FREEDOM FLORIDA NEWSPAPERS, INC.
V 8,u e7 O 6Fo rO 0,


I


oa
ran P




2A, Washington County News, Wednesday, December 19, 2007


*~~Capp :CecIcq(


Tablerite Boneless Angus Shopper's Value Whole
CHUCK ROAST SMOKED HAM


2 3LB LB


X Tablerite Angus Semi Boneless Smoke House Spiral Sliced
RIBEYE STEAK HAMS











4USDA Frozen Tablerite 1/4 Loin
4S. STANDING RIB ROAST $4.89 LB


STablerite Boneless Angus Tablerite Baby Back
STEW BEEF PORK SPARERIBS


LB LB


USDA Frozen Tablerite 1/4 Loin


LB


WE STOCK ALL YOUR
, HOLIDAY MEAT SEASONINGS .--
SMOKED NECKBONES,
i SMOKED HOCKS, CHICKEN ^ r
BACKS, GIZZARDS, LIVERS


LB


10 LB. BUCKET
PORK CHITTERLINGS


I : m0- p.o m$ I

SLOW ROASTED WHOLE 9 SLOW ROASTED 9 HONEY SMOKED HAMS f
TURKEYS I TURKEY BREAST Sweet Honey Pineapple Glaze, '
10-12 Lb. Average EA "Slow Cooked" Pecan Fired Pit! EA Shank Portion Only, 10-11 Lb. Avg. EA
















Donna Dykes/WCN Donna Dykes/WCN
Julie Prevatt tests a bowl of chili while talking to Chuck Heather Shelby and Jasmine Hartman of Northwest
Yates. Florida Community Hospital.

Chamber of Commerce holds Chili Calcutta


DONNA DYKES
Staff Writer
Almost a dozen area busi-
nesses participated in the
Chamber of Commerce's
after hours Chili Calcut-
ta off Dec. 13 at Acadian
Hardwoods in Chipley's
industrial park. Jasmine
Hartman and Heather Shelby
of Northwest Florida Corn-


munity Hospital served their
tasty concoction from a
small crock pot. When told
it didn't look like they had
much, they said they had
more in an ice chest.
As it turned out, everyone
visiting the site on Mary
Helen Drive had more than
enough. The Republican
Party offered ice cream


Donna Dykes/WCN
. Watching the program are members of the host group,
Acadian Hardwoods.

Holiday Deadlines
Washington County News and Holmes County Times-
Advertiser deadlines:
Wednesday, Dec. 26 issue deadlines for news, display
and legal advertising will be Thursday Dec. 20, at 4 p.m.
Deadlines for classified advertising will be Friday, Dec. 21,
at 10 a.m.
Wednesday, January 2 issue deadlines for news, display
and legal advertising will be Thursday, Dec. 27, at 4 p.m.
and the classified advertising deadline is Friday, Dec. 28,
at 10 a.m.


cones, along with papers
to change party affiliation.
Their members included
Jennifer Bau, Kim Knight,
Chuck Yates and Zenna
Corbin.
An iced sheet cake was
served by those represent-
ing Acadian Hardwoods,
Bill and Kim Welch, Jean
Parsons. Rita Harnish, Frank


Vallot and Buck Goodwin.
Also serving chili were
The Washington County
News, Joe and Mike Con-
struction; Michael Horton
and Kevin Arnold of Hor-
ton's Chipley Heating and
Cooling; Karen Schoen-
Frank Gardonyi of the Green
Building Group and other
groups.


Donna Dykes/WCN
Serving chili are Michael Horton and Kevin Arnold.



JUBILEE
BUILDERS
Affordable homes built on your land.
Call for Current Promotions (334) 678-8401
jubileebuilders.com
6885 US Hwy 231 South I Dothan, Alabama 36301


Wednesday, December 19, 2007 Washington County News, 3A
More Heritage Books available
The third printing of the popular Heritage of Washington
County book arrived August 17, according to Perry Wells.
"There are only a few copies left of the fast-selling books,"
he said.
Books are available by calling Wells at 850-638-1016 or
by mailing perryl000@bellsouth.net.
Price of the book remains the same, $64.20 for those
picked up in Chipley, and $70 for those mailed. Wells will
mail your book to you.

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

VIDEO GALLERIES ARE BACK
at www.chipleypaper.com
Just scroll down to Local
Videos and enjoy. Also, you can
submit your own videos. Just
follow the instructions

Brian's Lawn & Landscaping
Specializing in Residential & Commercial
Licensed & Insured


Serving Bay County for Over 12 years
And Now Expanding to
Washington & Holmes County


Lawn Maintenance Landscaping Sod
Tree Work Pruning
HONEST & DEPENDABLE
(8501773-0037 or (8501 866-1658
References Upon Request


*


*ALL NE
NEW 08 CHEVY NEW 08 SILVERADO
SSILVERADO LS EXT. CAB LS
REG. CAB All Power, V-8, On Star, XM
V-8 & More. Several At Radio & More. Dark Cherry,

$17,991* 622,457*

NEW 07 SILVERADO NEW 08SILVERADO
CREW CAB LT2 CREW CAB LT 4x4
All Power, Bucket Seats, Remote Start, All Power, On Star, XM, Alloys,
XM, Bose Sound & More White. Tow Pkg. & More, Several At solutely
$28,492* $30,668* Rear Ene


05 PONTIAC 07 CHEVY
SUNFIRE COUPE HHR LT
Only One, 33K Miles, Loaded With Sunroof
Economical and More! Tan

r8,995 $13,995

.05 GMC SIERRA 07 CHEW V
EXT. CAPSLt 71 IMPALA LT3
Si Nlo uW |Loaded, Leather, Sunroof, XM Radio "
A. I k1,1 ner, White and More! Only 7500 Miles

18,995 $19,995

A *All rebates and




Hi E


01 4 c3 ,>C 40 40 .. 40


LE
M,'xw


*9*''


S AT COST R LESS!
1NEW08 SILVERADO
CREW CAB LS
All Power, On Star, XM Radio,
S CD Player and More! Several At
J24,935*


Loaueu, All rower, Leaitier, ounruol, iavigyuulinl, AIVI nauiiu, near Udinierd oys in,
rtainment System, Assist Steps, Luggage Rack, and More! Only 2900 Miles, White.
MSRP $44,820
PYOUR $ 37,993
PRICE W l^


heel Drive, All Power, Alloy Wheels, Tow Pkg., On Star, XM Radio, Bed Caps,
Bedliner and More! Only 1900 Miles.
PI9YOUR$ 885
SSPRICE i 0


NEW 08 CHEVY
AVALANCHE LT
Loaded, Sunroof, XM, On Star, Assist
Steps, Roof Rack & More, Silver,
$31,997*


07 CHEVY '
TRAILBLAZER LS
All Power, Tow Pkg., Roof
Rack, CD, Sunroof & More!
Very Low Miles, Several At
$19,995


NEW 08 SILVERADO
CREW CAB LT
All Power, On Star, XM Radio,
Alloys, Tow Pkg. & More!
$27,191*


IEW 08 SILVERADO
2500 CREW CAB LS
Duramax+Allison Trans., On
Star, XM Radio & More. White.


CHEVROLET


~~~JzOZ ffkMSf\ GSM OOB Sf~It~ --_7M
Hwvy. 90 West Bonifay, Florida 547-4111 R--VOWTION
01k, 3~ 3~4 4 3~4 ~~3~4


Don Rolling, Al Jones and George Ed Howell
Wish Everyone Happy Holidays!


!


tmjuv I Ilyl,'
4AWVEH'.







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

Ed iTORIALWhtCteWnaDm127


No child left behind?


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


The last week in Novem-
ber, an Augusta, Ga. man
was arrested after trying to
deposit a one million dollar
bill in the bank.
I'd say that was a gutsy
call, seeing as how a denomi-
nation that big has never
been printed.
That's the problem with
many of our criminals to-
day: no education. Doesn't
anybody watch movies any-
more? What about Ocean's
11 or The Score or The
Italian Job? The thieves in
these movies made off with
wads of cash and they were
smart about it. I'll bet some
of them had degrees in en-
gineering.
No matter what you want
to do in our modem world-
even if you're heading for a
life of crime-you'll need
to have a good head on your
shoulders.
So allow me to educate
you.
Still being printed today
are the one, five, ten, twenty,
fifty, and one'hundred dollar
bills. The last printing of the
two dollar bill was in 2003.
All these bills, including
o' the two, are in regular cir-
culation today. If you were
going to try to counterfeit
one, you'd have to know the
portraits on bills, too.
The one dollar has
George Washington; the
two, Thomas Jefferson; the
five, Abraham Lincoln; the
ten, Alexander Hamilton;
the twenty, Andrew Jackson;
the fifty, Ulysses S. Grant;
and the hundred, Benjamin
Franklin.
A visit to the U.S. Trea-
sury's official website would
have done that Georgia man
a wealth of good. You have
to do your research.
The U.S. Mint has-never
printed a million dollar note.
There was a company in
Canada that sold novelty
million dollar bills. A few
Americans were confused
and thought they hit the
jackpot. As it turned out, the
market value of the note was
about one buck.
Although the mint has
never printed million dollar
bills, history shows us that
there used to be denomina-
tions larger than the hundred.
At one time, the United
States printed denomina-
tions of $500, $1000, $5000,
$10,000, and $100,000.
William McKinley was
depicted on the five hundred


One Word
Andrew Hollinger

dollar bill; Grover Cleve-
land on the thousand; James
Madison on the five thou-
sand; Salmon P. Chase on
the ten thousand; and Wood-
row Wilson on the hundred
thousand.
These denominations are
no longer printed and are
not part of regular circula-
tion. However, the Treasury
cannot yet account for all the
bills, so if you found one,
you could deposit it. The
bank would give you your
money and then destroy the
note. I'm betting these rare
bills would be worth far
more today than their face
value.
The Treasury website
explains that the large de-
nominations were mostly for
making large transactions in
the days before computer
technology. To physically
move a million dollars would
require a suitcase.
Another bit of trivia for
the counterfeiters among
us, the mint will never use a
portrait of someone who is
still alive. So the $3 bill with
Bill Clinton's face on it is a
fake. I'm sorry.
The Georgia man is a real
life example of what happens
when you don't pay attention
in school. Let's face it, you
don't want to be the beauty
queen whose solution for
the war in Iraq is to hand out
world maps. You don't want
to be the American Idol who
thinks that Europe is a coun-
try. And you don't want to
be the man who gets caught
trying to deposit a million
dollar bill.
Do yourself a favor. Check
your facts.
Andrew Hollinger can be
reached through his website.
He encourages response.


eB


S


Hunting season is here and we're buck wild about Buck
Shots! Send us photos of your big buck for the Washington
County News and Holmes County Times-Advertiser online
Buck Shots! Photo Gallery.
*Post them online at www.chipleypaper.com
*Email them to buckshots@chipleypaper.com
*Bring them to our office at 1364 N. Railroad Ave. or 112
E. Virginia Ave.
Each week, we'll select a few Buck Shots! photos to print
in Wednesday's sports section.
Be sure to check them out online, too, at www.chipley-
paper.com and www.bonifaynow.com


Jim Helms provided examples of the subject of his letter to the editor.


To the Editor,
On Saturday, Dec. 15,
while doing my daily walk,
I passed Saint John's Baptist
Church to discover a heart
breaking find on the church
bulletin board.
For sometime now, there
have been situations in the
area that should not be oc-
curing.
The County Sheriff and
City Police Chief are aware
of this but there seems to be
some confusion about city
and county jurisdictions,
even though the 911 map-
ping and addressing office
is co-located with the city/
county dispatch.
Almost on any given
morning or evening the sec-
tion of road on CR 173/
Jenkins Blvd from 1-10 to
McGee Road is like a race
track with folks running late
going to work or in a break
neck hurry to get home in
the evenings, but rarely is
law enforcement patroling
this road.
The roadway from Mc-
Gee to the county line looks
like a garbage dump, where
either trash is blowing out
of the back of open pickup
trucks or trash is deliberately
being thrown out on the sides
of the road.
Nowhere from the Wash-
ington County line to McGee
Road is there a sign indicat-


ing speeds higher than 40
mph. Just three blocks from
the stop sign on CR 173/
Jenkins Blvd north is one
of those signs. Hello, don't
you think that sign should
be placed a couple of miles
back from the stop sign?
If it were not for inmates
doing trash pickup along the
roads, our city and county
would look like a bunch of
animals lived here.
For the folks living in the
area, thank you for caring
enough about your property
appearance to pick up what
other's have trashed.
' To the church members
and pastor of Saint John's
Baptist Church, may God
bless you and please for-
give those who have sinned
against you.
To our law enforcement
officials, I know that you
are overtasked and under
budgeted but there are other
laws being violated in our
communities other than drug
abusers.
To parents of young peo-
ple who might have placed
such garbage on the church
bulletin board, you might
want to have a talk with your
loved ones, you never know
when someone might be near
taking pictures and getting
tag numbers. I have a feel-
ing that our court system
won't be so tolerant of such


LETTERS POLICY

We welcome letters to the editor. ALL LETTERS MUST
BE SIGNED and include the author's address and phone
number for verification.
The opinions expressed in letters to the editor do not
necessarily reflect the opinions of this newspaper.
We reserve the right to delete materials not in keeping
with newspaper policies, those we feel would be libelous,
politically motivated, or any we feel are in poor taste.
We pledge to maintain the author's meaning should it
become necessary to delete any such portions. Lengthy let-
ters (over 200 words) may not be published.
We do not publish political endorsements as letters to
the editor; these are political advertisements.
We do not publish letters of thanks. Those wishing to
thank someone should do so, one method being a "card 6f
thanks" advertisement in the paper.
Letters should be mailed to: Editor, Washington County
News, P.O. Box 627, Chipley, FL 32428. Or e-mailed to us
at afelsberg@chipleypaper.com.


actions.
Jim Helms
Washington County,

To the editor,
Since I live here in Ver-
non, I am confused a resi-
dent.
Here is the problem...
I read in the paper about
the Vernon Volunteer Fire
Department bumming for
monies for donations. But it
did not say for photography
portraits.
This gentleman came
to my residence door and
said he was from Escambia
County and was helping
out Vernon Volunteer Fire
Department for donations.
The gentleman did not ask
or inform me of any portraits
just asked for money for the
Vernon Fire Department.
I do not know why the
Vernon Fire Department is
bumming money off of the
community and outside the
community when the County
gave them over $50,000
last year for their budget.
It sounds like there is no
uniformity or supervision
when it comes to the City
Council.
If the City Council can-
not address simple matters
or handle their business I
believe there should not be a
City Council or get someone
in office that can do the job.


It seems this community ,
keeps electing the same offi-
cials every two years, maybe :
because of favoritism and
kinfolks connection that .
keep them in office.
The city of Vernon being
small, it should not take such
a big effort to work as a team
and get something important
accomplished.
My other concern is the
Shady Oaks baseball/walking
park/bathroom. The city of
Vernon is supposed to main-
tain this area I thought.
I walk around the exercise -
trail, the signs on, the indi,- :
vidual stations are faded and.
the trail is bad it is not even
cut half the time.
The bathroom has graffiti
and smells like a bad truck .
stop, the sanitation depart- ,
ment would condemn the.,,
bathroom if they had come
out.
I believe it should be kept
clean, how would you like
your children to come to
play at the park and could,-
not go in that bathroom and
be forced to get in he car.
and drive down to the Tom
Thumb or neighbors house,.,
and use their bathroom...I
thought this was a good area
to live in but I have second
thoughts.
Loraine Gerken
Vernon,,


CONTACT INFORMATION



To submit news, editorials and
sports, email to Jay Felsberg at
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com

To submit classified or for questions
about circulation, email Zola Anderson
at zanderson@chipleypaper.com

For questions about advertising or
advertising rates email Pam Jackson at
pjackson@chipleypaper.com


1t a ky I ak.Wr leBT INicole P. Barefield, Publisher P.O. Box 67
Jay Felsberg,.Managing Editor Brad Goodyear, Composition Supervisor Bonifay, FL 32425

V U U h L .Pamela Jackson, Sr. Account Executive advertising information, call:
The Times-Advertiser is published on Wednesdays by Florida Freedom Newspapers, Inc., 5 4 7 -9 4 1 4
112 E.Virginia Ave., Bonifay, FL 32425. Periodicals postage ph id at Bonifay, Florida. SUBSCRIPTION RATES POSTMASTER: 5 4 7 w 4 4
Copyright 2007 Florida Freedom Newspapers, Inc. All Rights Reserved -LOCAL- (Holmes, Washington, Walton & J-T',son) IV Send address changes to the Fax: (850) 638-4601
$29.00 per year plus applicable sales tax Holmes County Times-Advertiser
COPYRIGHT NOTICE: The entire contents of the Holmes County Times-Advertiser are fully protected by copyright -ELSEWHERE- P.O. Box 67 Bonifay, FL 32425 Email: afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
and cannot be reproduced in any form for any purpose without the expressed permission of Florida Freedom $39.00 per year plus applicable sales taxUSP004-341www.bonifaynow.com
Newspapers, Inc. $39.00 per year plus applicable sales tax USPS 004-341











Wednesday, December 19, 2007 S orts Washington County News 5A


Holmes County Christmas Tournament: Two titles for Holmes County, two for PdL


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
Holmes County cele-
brated Christmas early with
three nights of basketball
action last week as the an-
nual Christmas Tournament
was held in Ponce de Leon.
Holmes County High School
took two titles and host PdL
also took two in varsity and
JV action.

Round 1

Ponce de Leon girls varsity
45, Bethlehem 39
Host Ponce de Leon held
off a determined Bethlehem
team to advance to the girls'
varsity finals of the 2008
Holmes County Christmas
Tournament.
PdL appeared to be in
control with a 31-16 half-
time lead, but the Lady
Wildcats fought back to trail
by just 36-31 going into the
fourth quarter.
Tara Thompson's three
gave Bethlehem its first lead
at 37-36, but PdL's Jennifer
Grant answered with a trey,
Maggie Wright aso hit a
three, and the Lady Pirates
aired it out for the last three
minutes to seal the win.
Grant was high scorer for
the game wirth 15 points,
Wright and Hillary Harper
each had nine for PdL. Me-
gan .McDonald led Bethle-
hem with 12 and Thonpson
had 10 points.

Holmes County JV Girls
44, Poplar Springs 19
Holmes County used a
20-0 run to open the sec-
ond quarter to beat Poplar
Springs 44-19 in opening
round JV action at the 2007
Holmes County Christmas
Tournament in Ponce de
Leon.
Keirra Butler of Holmes
County led all scorers with
12 points, and Niesha Butler
scored 11. Paige Crutchfield
led the Atomics with seven
points.

Ponce de Leon JV girls 35,
Bethlehem 22
The Ponce de Leon JV
Lady Pirates fought off a
third-quarter rally to defeat
Bethlehem 35-22 in round
one of the 2007 Holmes
County Christmas Tourna-
ment in Ponce de Leon
Bethlehem was down 18-
11 at the half but used three
straight baskets by Keltcee
Berry to close to 20-17. PdL
went on a 7-0 run and took
control from there on.
Sha-Lea Yates of PdL led
all scorers with 12 points,
and teammate Makala Hicks
tallied eight.
Berry led Bethlehem with
eight.


Jay Felsberg/WCN-HCTA
Holmes County and Poplar Springs JV girls scramble
for the ball.


Jay Felsberg/WCN-HCTA
Holmes County's Brock Dockery drains a trey over PdL's Thomas Bowden.


Poplar Springs 66,
Holmes County 64 varsity
Freshman Shay Wright
led all scorers with 34 points
as the Poplar Springs Lady
Atomics edged Holmes
County 66-64 in the opening
round of the 2007 Holmes
County Christmas Tourna-
ment.
Kelsi Trim's basket gave
the Lady Atomics a 63-62
lead with 1:39 left in the
game and Wright scored
nine in the fourth quarter
as Poplar Springs held off
a furious Holmes County
comeback.
The Lady Blue Devils
had chances to tie, but two
offensive turnovers and two
missed free throw attempts
killed their efforts.
Trim had 14 points for
SPoplar Springs as the Lady
Atomics advanced to the
finals Saturday. Brittney


eChandler led Holmes
County with 24 points and
Brittany Tate scored 18
points.
Round 2

Bethlehem JV boys 36,
Ponce de Leon 24
Bethlehem was led by
Zach Lee with 17 points.
Ponce de Leon was led by
Lee Butts with 14 points.

Holmes County JV boys
32, Poplar Springs 15
Jomar Concepcion led the
way with 21 points as Hol-
mes County won. Randon
Tate led Poplar Springs with
four points.

Holmes County
varsity boys 69,
Poplar Springs 30
Aaron Mallet's 21 points
led Holmes County into the
boys' final. Tyrus White had


Jay Felsberg/WCN-HCTA
Holmes County's Merdith Pritchard brings the ball up-
court in varsity girls' action against Poplar Springs.


Jay FelsbergAN/WCN-HCTA
Bethlehem Coach Carson Lassiter talks it over with the JV boys.

Morephtosatw.chiplyap .bi. iifanw.coi


17 and Alex Watson scored
13 for the winners. Brad
Nelson led Poplar Springs'
with 19 points.

Ponce de Leon varsity boys
64, Bethlehem 40
Host PdL was led by
Jesse Paulk's 17 points and
Joe Garner's 13. Bethlehem
was led by Ethan Johnson's


18 points.
Finals
Holmes County 67,
Ponce de Leon 63
The Holmes County Blue
Devils captured the 2007
Holmes County Christmas
Tournament, beating host
Ponce de Leon 67-63.
Holmes County led 33-
30 at the half and could
not shake PdL, with the
two teams swapping leads
throughout the fourth quar-
ter.
Three-point shooting by


Brock Dockery (three in the
fourth quarter) and Aaron
Mallet (two of his three treys
in the fourth) matched the ef-
forts of PdL's Josh Whiddon
down the stretch.
Tyrus White's layup gave
the Devils a 59-58 lead with
3:00 left and four free throws
by Dockery helped seal the
win.
Dockery led Holmes
County with 21 points, while
Jeremy McGowan had 17.
See HOOPS, page 6A


Empty Stockings.



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 \\ ith your donation
to the Empty Stocking Fund. Each l ear, the generous donations of good
people make it possible to provide food bakets and to s to thousands of
needy families through the Empty Stocking Fund.

The Salvation Army expects to dell\ er at least 4,000 food and to. baskets
to families in Holmes, Washington, Bay, Gulf, and Franklin counties.
Won't you open your hearts to e\iend 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
Washington County News
1364 N. Railroad Avenue
P.O. Box 627
Chipley, Florida 32428


PANAMA CITY
NEW, HERALD
I ,. , .' *


The Empty Stocking Fund
Holmes County Times-Advertiser
112 E. Virginia Avenue
P.O. Box 67
Bonifay, Florida 32425


The Empty Stocking Fund
c/o The Salvation Army
P.O. Box 540
Panama City, Florida 32402


Wo Ca~yAim i THE STAR






6A, Washington County News, Wednesday, December 19, 2007


HOLMES COUNTY CHRISTMAS TOURNAMENT


Jay Felsberg/WCN-HCTA
Holmes County won the JV girls tournament.
I Wm-


Jay Felsberg/WCN-HCTA
Ponce de Leon was JV girls runner up.


Jay Felsberg/WCN-HCTA
Holmes County won the JV boys tournament.
M I. & l . U


Jay Felsberg/WCN-HCTA
Ponce de Leon was boys varsity runner up.


Jay Felsberg/WCN-HCTA Jay Felsberg/WCN-HCTA
Poplar Springs was girls varsity runner up. Bethlehem was boys JV runner up.


HOOPS
Continued from page 5A
Mollet scored all nine- of
his points on threes.
Hammond led PdL with
16 points. Thomas Bowden
had 13 points, and Ryan
Yates had 12.

Ponce de Leon varsity girls
68, Poplar Springs 22
Ponce de Leon's defense
held Poplar Springs to just
two points in the second
half as the host Lady Pirates
cruised to a 68-22 win Sat-
urday night to capture the
girls varsity title in the 2007
Holmes County Christmas
Tournament.
The Lady Atomics trailed
10-8 after the first quarter
and stayed within two at
14-12 well into the second
quarter. The Lady Pirates
went on a 9-0 run, however,
and held a 33-20 lead at the
half.
The second half was all
Ponce de Leon as the Lady
Pirates' quickness and ex-
perience showed against a
younger Poplar Springs
team.
PdL boasted four players
in double figures. Maggie
Wright led with 12, Hillary
Harper and Ashlee Parson
each had 11, and Channing
Hammond had 10. Fresh-


Ponce de Leon works its offence in JV girls action.


man Shay Wright led Poplar
Springs with 10 points.

Holmes County JV boys
31, Bethlehem 28
Holmes County's Bran-
don White broke a 25-all tie
with a three pointer to put
the Blue Devils .in the lead
for good to beat Bethlehem
31-28 in the JV finals of the
Holmes County Christmas
Tournament.
White took a kick-out
pass to the top of the key and
calmly sank the trey with
1:18 left in the game.
The Wildcats 16-4 lead
early in the second quarter
before the Blue Devils came
back to trail just 19-17 at
the half. Bethlehem held
the lead in the fourth until


White scored off a rebound
to tie the score.
White led Holmes County
with 10 points, while ZacH
Lee had 10 for the Wild-
cats.
Holmes County reached
the finals by beating Poplar
Springs 32-15 Friday night.
The Blue Devils held a 17-5
halftime lead. Jomar Con-
cepcion led the Devils with
nine points, and Anthony
Addison led the Atomics
with nine.

Holmes County JV girls
26, Ponce de Leon 22
The Holmes County JV
girls won the finals of the
Holmes County Christmas
Tournament, beating host
Ponce de Leon 26-22 Satur-


Jay Felsberg/WCN-HCTA

day night.
Pdl heald an 11-10 lead
at the half and was up 18-
16 after three, but the Lady
Blue Devils came back with
several steals and strong
inside play. Macy Miles
scored for Holmes County
off a steal for a 22-20 lead,
Niesha Butler made a layup
off a give and go, and Jenna
Belser scored with 1:19 left
to give the Lady Blue Devils
a commanding 26-20 lead.
Butler led all scorers with
13 points, while Makala
Hicks led Pdl with seven
points.

CHECK
OUT
VIDEO GALLERIES
AT WWW.
CHIPLEYPAPER.COM


BASKETBALL ROUNDUP

Chipley 74, Vernon 56
Zach Schaubhut scored 22 points and Leon Broxton added
16 as homestanding Chipley beat Vernon to raise its record
to 5-2. Tre' Jackson added 12 points.
Vernon was led by Markel Andrews with 13 points.
Chipley (5-2) won the junior varsity game 62-34. Rodney
Lee and Markeith Bell had 12 points each in the victory.

Chipley 48, Graceville 38
Leon Broxton had 22 points as the homestanding Chipley
Tigers moved to 6-2. Zach Schaubhut had nine points and 11
rebounds. Arlester Balcolm had 11 points for Graceville.
Chipley won the JV game 56-52 behind 21 ponits by Luke
Rowell and 11 by Rodney Lee.

Cottondale 62, East Gadsden 47
Shaunte Forward had 21 points as visiting Cottondale
earned its seventh consecutive win. Briana Gray added 16
points and Kidada Powell 11 for the Lady Hornets, 12-1.

Cottondale 41, Blountstown 23
Junior Shaunte Forward had 21 points and Briana Gray
11 for visiting Cottondale, 11-1.

Wewahitchka 56, Poplar Springs 47
Chris Peak scored 20 points and grabbed 21 rebounds
to lead homestanding Wewahitchka to its first win of the
season.

Bozeman 73, Vernon 65
Homestanding Bozeman's Kevin Swinney scored 25
points and Matt Walker added 18 as the Bucks downed
Vernon. Bozeman led 26-8 at halftime. Vincent Ventura
scored 11 points for the Bucks (5-6). Markel Andrew and
Lexus Roulhac had 16 and 14 points respectively for Vernon.
Bozeman won the junior varsity game 50-29.

Vernon 39, Bozeman 30
Vernon rallied in the fourth quarter to beat Bozeman. The
Bucks (2-10) held a 15-11 halftime lead and 21-17 advantage
entering the fourth quarter.

Baseball tryouts
Bonifay Blue Devil Club Baseball will hold tryouts 3:30
to 5:30 p.m. Jan. 15 and 17 for boys in grades six, seven and
eight attending Bonifay Middle School.
Players should wear cleats and take their own baseball
equipment.
A parent or guardian should accompany the player on the
first day of tryouts.
This is an independent team and is not affiliated with the
Holmes County School system, Bonifay Middle School or
Dixie Youth Baseball.
Rodd Jones is head coach and Kellon Ludwig is assistant
coach.




imiat Gem neration
Financial Services
A Division of 1st Madner Bank i
Want to learn more?
(For Those 62 & Over)
For existing bills For college expenses
a* To Increase tax-free cash flow Or any other cash needs you
For in-home care have
For property taxes Without reducing
income or savings
Enhance your retirement years while
RETAINING OWNERSHIP of your home!
CallDon Hood: 850-215-8888 .


Jay Felsberg/WCN-HCTA
Holmes County responds to a Ponce de Leon shot in JV girls action.

Phtsand ido*t wwboifu m -ayno aco o *w~c ipyppeco


Cataracts?

SMART LENSESSM
Dr. Mullis's Smart Lenss' procedure can
produce clear vision without eyeglasses.

Close-up, Far away & In-between


"Freedom from Eye Glasses,


"Freedom from Eye Glasses,
Now a realty for many."
Lee Mullis M.D.
Board Certified Eye Surgeon
and Cataract Specialist


MULLIS EYE INSTITUTE (850) 526-7775
4320 5th Ave. Marianna FL or
(2 BIks from Jackson Hospital) 1 (800) 769-3429
NO HIDDEN CHARGES: It is our policy that the patient and any other person responsible for payments has the right to refuse to pay, cancel payment
or be reimbursed by payment or any other service, examination or treatment which is performed as a result of and within 72 hours of responding to the
advertisement for the free, dicounted fee or reduced fee service, examination or treqlment. \


71 -. I








Hester Wells, the 'quilting lady,' does it again


PERRY WELLS
Correspondent
Thanksgiving Day in the
Wells' household became
Christmas Day also, espe-
cially for the eight grand-
children of the writer and
wife, Hester.
This was the time when
"Grandma Hester" chose to
unveil her deep, dark, hidden
secret, which she had kept
concealed for almost two
years. This time was selected
as all eight grandchildren
were home for Thanksgiv-
ing, which will not be the
case at Christmas.
After the sumptuous meal
was enjoyed, all the grand-
children were asked to qui-
etly take seats on the den
floor. Then it was "surprise!
surprise!" for the next few
minutes as eight beautiful,
colorful king-size quilts,
made by Grandma, were re-
vealed to the waiting recipi-
ents and for all other family
members to see.
All the quilt materials
were selected and designed
by the maker, Hester Wells,
with each quilt top pieced
and sewn personally by her.
The colors and design pat-
terns were her choices.
Although the quilting
machine at the vocational
school was used to do the
actual stitches in the con-
struction of the finished
product, Hester meticulously
and professionally hemmed
each quilt by hand. She then
embroidered the name of
each individual grandchild
as owner.
Each name was placed in
the same location on each
quilt, with the year 2007
included.
The quilt-making grand-
mother chose coordinating
colors of green for the quilts
of the two older granddaugh-
ters, Courtney and Laura.
Julie, Deanna and Virginia
have similar colors of red,
with a variety of patterns and
designs. Dan, Mac and Perry
II have the expected colors
of "blue for boys" with a
mixture of complementing
shades of solid and print
fabric.
The entire group of grand-
children sat breathlessly
silent as the unbelievable
feat of their grandmother
was revealed and presented
to each one. Pictures were
.made by family members',
then the parade began with
each grandchild coming to
Grandma with hugs and ex-
pressions of thanks. "This is
. my memory of Grandma for
many years to come," they
repeated.
Now it can be told that
this lady has been engaged
in this quilt-making project,
imnbeknown to other family
members, for many months.
Your correspondent, the
faithful husband of Hester,
knew the plan all along and
has prepared many meals,
washed a few dishes, and
may have ventured into do-
ing some laundry along the
way during the progress of
the quilting project. I have
jokingly told of accompany-
Sing the quilt-maker to all the
Wal-Mart stores in the 18
southeastern states, looking
for the "right fabrics."
Approximately two years
ago, at the invitation and
insistence of Marlene Waller
Brock, Hester enrolled in
the Wednesday day-time
sewing class conducted by
the Washington-Holmes
Vocational Technical Cen-
ter. Gearldine McCullough
Burch is the long-time in-
structor for this course of
study that continues to be
offered at the local school.
Instruction is offered in
a variety of seamstress en-


Submitted photo
Happy with the homemade quilts are,front row, Virginia,
Deanna and Julie; middle row, Mac, Dan and Perry II;
and back, Courtney, Grandmother Hester and Laura.


deavors and interests. This
includes, but is not limited
to, the sewing of window
draperies, upholstery, ma-
chine embroidery and quilt-
ing.
Hester chose the quilt
project as her participation
in the sewing class, due to
her long held interest in the
art of quilting and a desire to
personally "make" a quilt for
each grandchild.
The school experience
has been an extremely re-
warding one for Hester. Not
only has she achieved her
principal goal of completing
the quilts on schedule, she
had immensely enjoyed the
contact and getting to know
the other ladies in the class.
The group has established
a strong bond of friendship
that includes lunches togeth-
er in restaurants on school
days, as well as occasionally
bringing a favorite dish for
a "spread" in the facility's
kitchen. The ladies have
entertained in their home in
places as far as Destin and
Compass Lake.
The instructor, Gearldine,
Linda Lewis from Holmes
County and Marlene Brock
are known to the writer. The
others are just names which
the husband hears from Hes-
ter after a day in class.
I have come to know
"Linda and Gwen from Ge-
neva," "Kay, Joann, Kathy
and Brenda from Destin,"
"Bonnie from Compass


Lake," and "Nadine," who
is identified to me as the
daughter of the noted Ox
Long, of Bonifay Rodeo
fame.
Hester gives Gearldine
Burch high marks as an
instructor. She, along with
the other ladies in the class,
have been most interested
in the quilting project and
all have been both helpful
and supportive in seeing
it completed. Thanks to
their encouragement and
assistance, all time restraints
were met.
Hester's friends will re-
call that this is a second
quilting venture for her. In
the year 1996, she completed
a year-long project when
she completed four king-
size quilts for our four sons.
They were fully hand quilted
and individually designed to
coincide with the life-long
interest of each son.
The Edsel automobile de-
sign was used in Tim's quilt,
as it was the vehicle he loved
since childhood. Grant was
a turtle lover from his early
years, a passion which has
carried over into adulthood,
thus he has a turtle designed
quilt. Emory's involvement
in playing the banjo in his
tender years has continued,
therefore his quilt made
by "Mama" has the banjo
design.
Gordon became inter-
ested in golfing early in life
and taught the course during


his years at Chipola College.
Logically, his quilt made by
Mother has a golfing motif.
Hester's first quilting ven-
ture received much notoriety
and acclaim among family
and friends.
The completed project
was featured in a "Jude's Jot-
ting" column, complete with
pictures and story written by
Jude Gibson, then a popular
writer for the Washington
County News.
Once again, Hester Wells
is counting her blessings at
being able to achieve another
long held dream and desire,
that being a home-made
quilt for every grandchild.
Obviously a burden has
been lifted from her shqyl-
ders in the completion of
this effort that has given her
much personal satisfaction.
Should there be further
attempts to reach other goals
of this magnitude, the dutiful
husband pledges his support
and cooperation to carry on
as "house husband" during
the process of any new un-
dertaking.


Our goal is to
exceed your

expectations.

Sor our agency, and
s Auto-Owners
Insurance, 99.9% just isn't
good enough... we want to
provide our customers with
100% service!
Contact our
agency SolW
about our
"Super
Outstanding
Service"
today-we'll
work hard to
exceed your expectations!

Life Home Car Business
TUiAbA&mAqo&0e
"Serving You Is Our Most
Important Product


I 1396 Jackson Ave. Chipley, FL 32428
(850)o638-1805


EID ,TE -T! ST -

READ IT! SEE IT! SHARE IT!


Make checks payable to the Washington County News or
Holmes County Times-Advertiser and mail to:
Washington County News, P.O. Box 627, Chipley, FL 32428
Holmes County Times-Advertiser, P.O. Box 67, Bonifay, FL 32425


r7. VupA -,, Y.; o -,.-:--4c-t7 P.3 f'R-


TO ADVERTISE
CALL
PAM JACKSON
AT 638-0212


Wednesday, December 19, 2007 Washington County News, 7A


ARREST REPORTS

Washington County Sheriff's Department arrest report for the
week of Dec. 10 Dec. 17, 2007.
Daniel Champion: w/m, 12/13/77; Birmingham, Ala.; viola-
tion of probation on fraud and forgery; arrested 12/16.
Frederick Cooper: w/m, 12/28/87; Chipley; violation of pro-
bation on possession of marijuana; arrested 12/17.
Joseph Davis: w/m, 9/23/80; Southport; violation of probation
on high speed flee and elude; arrested 12/12.
Lewis Henry, Jr.: b/m, 7/31/80; Freeport; worthless checks;
arrested 12/12.
Ursula Jones: b/f, 2/1/88; Bonifay; driving while license
suspended orrevoked; possession of marijuana, fraud and forgery;
arrested 12/13.
Annette Lee: bf, 7/21/70; Chipley; aggravated battery, battery;
arrested 12/12.
William March: w/m, 1/13/64; Chipley; fraud; arrested
12/11.
Cortney Merrow: w/f, 12/17/88; Cottondale; shoplifting, ag-
gravated assault, resist retail merchant, shoplifting second offense;
arrested 12/12.
Joseph Myers: w/m, 12/30/61; Chipley; violation of probation
on possession of marijuana; arrested 12/13.
Maurice Reading: b/m, 7/31/85; Chipley; possession of mari-
juana, possession of paraphernalia; arrested 12/13.
Cesar Rodriguez: h/m, 3/8/56; Houston,Texas; no valid CDL;
arrested 12/10.
Matthew Schriefer: w/m, 3/6/81; Bonifay; driving while
license suspended or revoked; arrested 12/10. .
Clint Sweeting: w/m, 11/10/84; Chipley; violation of probation
on controlled substance; arrested 12/14.
John Thompson, Jr.: b/m, 3/24/84; Cottondale; battery; ar-
rested 12/12.
Elec Wells: w/m, 9/21/87; Bonifay; violation of probation
on disorderly conduct, resist officer without violence; arrested
12/13.


Impact Firearms
Buy Sell Trade
Layaway and special orders welcome.
Mon-Fri 8-5
S ,Saturday by appointment
l S (850) 373-7535
Email: impactfirearms@yahoo.com
Curtis Porter, Owner
606 W. Hwy. 90 Bonifay, FL


SMORRISTILE
CERAMIC TILE SHOWROOM, -. INVENTORY
May the holiday season ,.. EDUTION
bring you the music of L0C
laughter, the warmth of uas ,
friendship, and magical.
moments to treasure.
Merry Christmas!
1491 SOUTH BLVD. CHIPLEY, FL 850 638 4554


... ........-.- ....


A. (


. . L .





8A, Washington County News, Wednesday, December 19, 2007


Holidays around the World Silent Auction
Vernon Middle School students will hold its Holidays
around the World Silent Auction on Thursday, Dec. 20
from 6-7 p.m. The event will include gifts that students
have brought in to reflect the customs of the country they
researched.
The funds raised will go to help Toys for Tots or other
local charities in Washington County.

Raffle for Christmas fund-raising
Exclusive Gentleman in Graceville at Graceville Outlet
Shopping Center at 951 Prim Ave., Unit 20, will hold an open
house on Saturday, Dec. 22 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. There
will be a raffle for Christmas for Children to win a $100 gift
certificate for the store.
All proceeds will go to buying toys tfor less fortune
children in the area for Christmas. Call 516-480-5599 or
850-527-0326 for information.

Give the Gift that will last a lifetime.
Each year parents and grandparents spend thousands of
dollars on gifts in the form of toys, games, and clothing.
All these items children out grow, wear out, break or simply
abandon to other interest.
This Christmas, Calvin Stevenson, Superintendent of
Schools for the Washington County School District would
like to suggest you give the gift that will keep on giving. His
suggestion, give a Florida Prepaid College Plan.
"I bought one for my son Brandon and saved us a ton of
money. "I'm buying one for my grandchildren," he said.
Buy a plan before January 31,2008 and lock in this year's
rate. This is the joy of saving now and earning interest rather
than having the child and or parents borrow for college and
therefore paying interest later.
For additional information, call the Washington County
School District at 850-638-6222.


BUSINESS NEWS


A' Donna Dykes/WCN
Chris Heath cuts the big red ribbon while Wanda and Carl Owens, Debbie Kent, Deborah Easterling and Tabitha
Adams look on.


Chamber hosts ribbon cutting at Southern Way Realty, Inc.


DONNA DYKES
Staff Writer
Southern Way Realty
welcomed the public to open
house at its new office build-
ing on Main Street Dec. 13.


A ribbon-cutting ceremony
conducted by Washington
County Chamber of Com-
merce was held at 10 a.m.
and open house continued
to 5 p.m.


Employees Chris Heath,
Debbie Kent, Deborah
Easterling and Tabitha Ad-
ams joined Realtor/owners
Wanda and Carl Owens, in
cutting the ribbon.


The building next to the
Bank of Bonifay branch
office is named Madison
Square. Business hours are
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The phone
number is 638-5222.


Donna Dykes/WCN
Berean Baptist Church members add bows to the
wrapped door prizes.


Donna Dykes/WCN
Otis L. Ikner of Washington Council on Aging greets
Merle Eastman and other guests before the meal.


WCOA hosts annual Christmas luncheon


DONNA DYKES
Staff Writer
It took a lot of volunteers
to pull off the Christmas
program and luncheon Dec.
12 for area senior citizens.
Some of them were still
sticking ribbons on wrapped
packages used for door priz-
es when the guests arrived.
More than 165 seniors reg-
istered and received gifts
donated by Wal-Mart.
Council on Aging director
Mary Enfinger welcomed
guests at 10 a.m. She intro-
duced the entertainers The
Webb Family and Jacob
Sowell, who sang bluegrass
while accompanying them-
selves. Wayne Webb, who is
lead harmony in the vocals,
plays acoustic guitar and
five-string banjo; LynnDee
provides harmony and lead
vocals; Jonathan, Jessica
and Joshua also do harmony
vocals and play various in-
struments. Sowell plays the
five-string banjo.


Donna Dykes/WCN
Evelyn Tiller, in Elf suit, talks with senior diners Helen
Pippins, left, and Mary Tucker.


John Watson was part of
the entertainment. He played
guitar and sang. Bob and
Patricia Hicks of Wausau


Wausau Garden Club news
Members of the newly special planned for Jan. 19,
formed Wausau Garden which is Arbor Day. They in-
Club held a sidewalk craft tend to dedicate a tree to Mr.
sale Dec. 14 in the down- and Mrs. John Barr Glenn,
town area. They had holiday founders of Wausau.
wreaths, ribbons and ceram-
ic cups filled with wrapped
candies. J L 5
A Santa made from a
Coca-Cola bottle was a high- GsRDe k(
light of the sale. Most of the C ,
bottle was painted red to
represent Santa's suit. He
wore a small red hat with
white band and pompom,
and the face and beard were
painted on.
The club was formed
this past September with 16
members. They meet the third Donna Dykes/WANCN
Wednesday of each month at Those wondering about
Wausau Town Hall. Friday's sidewalk sale had
A Christmaspartywillbe only to look at the sign
held in conjunction with the made by members of the
Dec. 19 meeting. newly formed Wausau Gar-
The group has something den Club.


brought a display of tele-
phones for the deaf and
hard of hearing. One of the
phones has adjustable sound


while the others need a typist
to handle them. The Hicks
can be reached by phone at
850-415-6915.
Heather Shelby, RN, with
Northwest Florida Com-
munity Hospital (NFCH),
brought health information
from Community Home
Health concerning stroke,
stress, heart attacks, and the
need for physical activity.
Several diners were seen
wearing Santa hats but Ev-
elyn Tiller out did them all.
She wore her colorful elf suit
as she helped serve the boun-
tiful Christmas luncheon.
The meal included turkey
dressing and pumpkin pies
provided by NFCH. The
menu also included baked
ham, green beans, sweet po-
tato casserole, rolls and iced
tea. Billy Miles, a member
of Holmes Creek Baptist
Church, asked the blessing.
Other volunteers rep-
resented Berean Baptist
Church in Chipley.


Donna Dykes/WCN
Selling crafts made by members of Wausau Garden Club
are, from left, Nancy Hagan, Laura F. Tiller, Joan Stall-
ings and Roxanne Bush. Jay Glasgow is behind Hagan.


Donna Dykes/WCN
Brenda Gomillion and young miss Madison Peel were
on hand at the ribbon cutting.


Green building
seminar
Dr. Jennifer Languell,
founder and President of Tri-
fecta Construction Solutions
of Fort Myers, will present
an educational session to the
public on green construction,
green developments and the
green local government stan-
dards created by the Florida
Green Building Coalition on
Dec. 19 at 9 a.m. at the Wash-
ington County Annex, 1331
South Blvd., Chipley.
The purpose of this ses-
sion is to aid the Washington
County Planning Commis-
sion in preparing the Evalu-
ation and Appraisal Report
(EAR) as part of the Compre-
hensive Plan update and the
public is invited to attend.
This is made possible by a
grant from the Florida Green
Building Coalition, a non-
profit organization.
Dr. Jennifer Languell is a
key leader in educating the
development and construc-
tion industries and home-
buyers about the benefits of
Green Building.


She specializes in the
on-site implementation of
sustainable initiatives.
She was named the 2006
National Association of
Homebuilders Green Advo-
cate of the Year and won the
2006 Council for Sustainable
Florida Leadership Award.
Sponsored by the Wash-
ington County Planning
Commission and the Florida
Green Building Coalition.
For more information of
the EAR, visit http://www.
washingtonfl.comrn/.
For more information on
the Florida Green Building
Coalition, visit http://www.
floridagreenbuilding.org/
db/.

I(1 ALPHA Audiology (hearing)
I g God is Great so Enjoy Living
,y'850-163-71701
SDiagnostic N ITU Y:

I AffordableON ReSound,I
SPhonak, Olicon ,Starkey I
I 1041 Jenks, P.C. I
'Audiologist Anne Marie Taylor MA, CCC-A,
Medicare, TriCare, Private Discount, Etc
I Before Buying Costly Mistakes
L --------------- J


IF


I, Antwan Javay Wright,

would like to apologize

to the City of Chipley for

selling drugs in Washington

County and for the

embarrassment I brought to

my family.


I


k lpx'


:,-"^': ^'*\l'





Wednesday, December 19, 2007 Washington County News, 9A


.. ,. NFCH names quarterly Hero


Submitted photo
Pie-in-the-Face at VHS
The students spoke! After a couple of weeks of collecting
donations for the American Red Cross, students were
given the opportunity to place money in various jars
for different VHS teachers to receive the traditional
pie-in-the-face. Two teachers stood out above the rest,
Joseph O'Lear and Dr. Sandra Cook.. During a senior
vs. underclassmen basketball game on Thursday, Dec. 13,
the inevitable occurred....the pie-in-the-face happened.
Dr. Cook and Mr. O'Lear came dressed ready for the
Cool Whip pie and Haley Adkison, a sophomore, was
given the honors of "pieing" the pair in front the entire
student body.

TO ADVERTISE email pjackson@chipleypaper.com


DONNA DYKES
Staff Writer
Amy Allen, X-ray tech
at Northwest Florida Com-
munity Hospital, was named
Hero of the Quarter follow-
ing the annual holiday meal
for associates.
She received a $250
award.
Amy now has a chance to
win Hero of the Year which
will be announced Dec. 21
at the hospital's Christmas
party. Winner of that title
will receive $1,000.
CEO Patrick Schlenker
welcomed guests at 11 a.m.
Dec. 13. He conducted the
opening program in the old
hospital lobby, explaining
that diabetes information
would be shared in the caf-
eteria while the meal was
served.
Afterwards, he said, as-
sociates will be able to take
a 15-minute break to walk
outside on the track as their
healthy day-break.
He said he and Human


Resources Coordinator Car-
rie Jantti would present the
quarterly NFCH Hero award
at 1 p.m.
The Rev. Jerry May,
pastor of Chipley United
Methodist Church, asked the
blessing.
Menu for the day included
baked ham, cornbread dress-
ing, sweet potato casse-
role, green bean casserole,
squash casserole, broccoli
with cheese sauce, cranberry
sauce and yeast rolls.
There was peach cobbler,
pecan or pumpkin pie for
dessert. A choice of sugar-
free desserts included apple
or blackberry pie.
Food Service Director
Kelle Kabaci said her depart-
ment prepared food for about
200 people. That included
guests, as well as hospital
employees.
"It was a pleasure to see
our family of associates
gather today for a pleasant
holiday meal," Schlenker
said.


Submitted photo
The Winner!! NFCH X-ray tech Amy Allen, and other
nominees for the quarterly Hero award are shown with
CEO Patrick Schlenker. From left are Carrie Jantti,
human resources coordinator; Gloria Brown, CNA, and
Jessica Sorey, LPN, both Hero nominees, and Schlen-
ker.


OUT ABOWIA4Lg
SThdings to do inWashington, HJlmes andi q S .0Lndin .n'.
Sheck out or submit events..at ww h0ypenr


OTT


Things to do in Washington, Holmes and Surrounding Counties

Just a few of the upcoming events in
your community:
Christmas Program
Thursday, Dec. 20, 6:30pm
T.J. Roulac Middle School, Chipley
Christmas speeches, refreshments and more. The
Dance Team will perform.
Tribute to the Tuskegee Airman
Thursday, Dec. 20, 6:30 pm
Featuing Mr. Edward 0. Doyle, Sr.
Ebro City Hall, Ebro
Live Nativity
Friday & Saturday, December 21 & 22, 7pm
East Zion Methodist Church
Highways 160 & 173
Slocomb VFW Dance
Saturday, Dec. 22, 7pm, Slocomb
Music by the Country Boys.
Fireworks Extravaganza
Monday, Dec. 31, 4:30pm
First Baptist Church, Esto
Great singing, free food and drinks. The fireworks
show is schedule to take place around 7pmr
Panhandle Dog Expo No Dog Left Behind
Saturday, Jan. 19, 10am-4pm
1211 Sam Ard Road, Bonifay
Dog fashion sow, basic obedience and bow-wow
picture contest.

Check out or submit your event at
chipleypaper.com or bonifaynow.com
r _ _-,_ _ _ _-- - - - --F-- - -


| Hair Esthetics Hair Coloring Texture
I Treatments Waxing Nail Esthetics
1 oI^ Make-Up Skin Esthetics Massage
L- (- 2910 Borden Street
I^ / t' ~Marianna,FL 32448
S_ I-I- --I--/-- 850-526-4544
SSALO N S P ww.parlenzasalonandspa.com I




I Good Monday-Thursday Brng this coupon. Expires 12/31/08.

MARIANNA OAKS
GOLF COURSE .,,
3071 HWY 90 MARIANNA, FL 32446
850-352-2060
WWW.MARIANNAOAKS.COM



Fabulous Fashions From NI
,Men's & Boys Apparel
Women's Accessories
Graceville Outlet Shopping Center
J U HUl U U951 Prim Ave., Unit #20
Saturday, December 22 850-263-0471 877-263-0471
Buy One Item at Full Price Owned and Operated by:
Get 1/2 OFF second of the same price Angela'Kim McKinnie& Rev. Malcolm Nelson


BOOK YOUR

r1~t4A'
CJX139I- _*


or


'

TNhEW YER'S


PifARY NOW

In Our Beautiful


Banquet Room


Fine

Fine(
/.


..-~


Chef ]
formerly of I

Lounge Open I


& the 19th Hole

GRoT o Meeting Room

casual Dining Monday-Friday: 11-3 Lunch
Rick AmoraMonday-Thursday: 4-9pm Dinner
Rick Amora Friday-Saturday: 4-10Opm Dinner
folland America Cruises CLOSED Sundays


Monday-Saturday at 9pm


Good Food and Fun


' 3297 Caverns Road Marianna
L (850) 526-4600


Watch For Our Grand Opening January 8th


HOMETOWN DINER
BREAKFAST LUNCH BUFFET
TO ORDER MON.-FRI. $7.00
5:30-10 AM DAILY Includes Beverage. Dessert & Tax

709 7th Street A
Chipley, FL 32428
Come In and Enjoy a Country Cooked Meal
'C a a 0 0'a


Teafood, Steak & Chicken
A Gardner Family Tradition
for Over 30 Years!
DINF IN OR C.ARRV I IT


Friday Night Special
All You Can Eat
Catfish Fillets S
Daily Lunch Specia s
(including Sunday) ------
1 Meat, 3 Veggies,
Dessert, Tea
Breakfast 6am-1Opm Fresh
Hours Jumbo
Mon,-Sat. 6-9pP '- shrin\_!
Sunday 6am-3pm w R


, Visit Ou


I


3348 HIGHWAY 79
VERNON, FL 32462
(850) 535-9463


THE GRAPEVINE
THREE OAKS
WINERY
Great Gifts & Fine Wie
from Vemrnon, Florida
Holiday Hours
Mon.-Sat. 9:30am 5pm
Thru Christmas


P, ,
G inc o oInAPnh


Let Us Cater Your Christmas or New Year's Party
828 Falling Waters Road Chipley Open 7DaysaWeek 11 am -9pm
(Behind NAPA and Runaway RV) 638-4BBQ (4227)


Highwy 90West- Boifv-5721


-. .- -'~ -' 1.~~~ -.-- -.~ --- ----. -~ ,-. ~


C






10A, Washington County News, Wednesday, December 19, 2007


Working at
Christo's
It was my privilege to work
at Christo's 5 and 10 cent store
in Panama City during the
Christmas seasons of 1943,
1944 and 1945. If I could
identify a time in my life when
the Christmas season seemed
more spirited, it would be those
years.
In 1943, my job was during
the Christmas holidays only,
as I .had another year of high
school awaiting me at Vernon.
After graduating on April 20,
1944, it was back to the dime
store for me. There I spent two
more Christmas seasons before
being drafted into the U.S..
Army on Jan. 17,1946.
Meeting Hester happened
just after I was hired at Chris-
to's full time. After a rather
long courtship, we were mar-
ried Oct. 4, 1952.1 can still sing
the old song which was popular
during the time we met, "I
Found My Million Dollar Baby
in a 5 and 10 Cent Store."
In addition to working at
Christo's, Hester also had work
experience at McCrory's. Sadly,
she never enjoyed the experi-
ence of working in a dime store
during the glorious Christmas
holiday season.
I have often wondered just
what charmed me most in
working in a modest five and
ten cent store at Christmas
time.
As we all know, World War
II was raging full force during
this time. The entire American
economy was geared to the
war effort.
In the market place, scarci-
ties existed on almost every
consumer item from gasoline,
and tires for the vehicle to
sugar and fresh meats for the
household table. The workforce
of the nation was being paid
more money than ever before
and there were fewer goods to
be purchased with the increased
earnings.
Patriotism, service to coun-
try, buying War Bonds, submit-
ting to rationing of all items
essential to the war effort,
and loyalty to the military and,
all areas of government, was,
stressed in our everyday walk,
of life.
Even with all the above


P. C 14 .AN ATTRACTIVE BEACH DRIVE RESIDENCE, PANAMA CITY FLA


Perr eS Prattlell


BV Perry Wells
^ I


considerable time in his chain
of numerous stores in Florida,
Georgia and Alabama.
The Christo Stores' main
office was in Panama City, and
in view of the store where I
worked. The owner was subject
to "pop in" unannounced and
assign a work project to the
lowly stock boy, Perry Wells,
and then assist him in carrying
out the assignment.
Some of his pet merchandis-
ing tactics included "making
a 'beeg' display" as he would
say in his broken English, laced
with his native Greek accent.
He firmly believed that the
display of massive quantities of
a particular item would prompt
more sales.
He enjoyed participating
in his promotional idea of gift
wrapping an inexpensive glass
platter, priced at 39 cents, fill-
ing it with six matching water
glasses, with a total selling
price of 60 cents. Bright color-
ful green and red cellophane
was used for wrapping the
gift. The completed-package
was tied with a red Christmas
bow. These were prominently
displayed in large quantities on
the glassware counter with the
price tag becoming $1.98 and
they sold like wild fire!
Toys during the war time
era, and especially at the Christ-
mas season, were limited to
simple constructed metal push-
type items, with an inexpensive
stick installed to activate the
prized possession into a rolling
play toy for children. Again, the
bigger the display of such items
determined how many would
be sold according to the think-
ing of the store owner.
In a five and ten cent store,
the owners knew to set up the
cosmetics counter near the front
of the building. The inviting
aroma of all the merchandise
of rouge, lipstick, face and body
powder, deodorants, perfumes,


shaving lotion, and other sweet-
smelling items, was a drawing
card to all shoppers in the
store.
The candy counter also was
placed at the front entrance of
a dime store. Most stores had a
popcorn machine pumping out
freshly popped popcorn, Laden
with the right amount of butter
and salt. The fresh candy and
the appealing popcorn gave an
irresistible urge for customers
to impulsively make purchases
which kept the cash registers
ringing all day long.
Since writing a previous
article several months ago on
the experience of others who
have told me of having worked
in Christo's 5 and 10 Cent Store
in Chipley, I have learned of
more.
At one of our Historical
Society First Saturday meet-
ings, Martha McKnight wrote
the following note and handed
it to me. "Your article on the
five and ten cent store brought
back memories. Margolea Jer-
kins (Laney) and I worked in
the local 5 and 10 cent store in
our high school days and sold
Hoyt's cologne and Blue Waltz
perfumes.Also, Bay Rum, used
in the hair, was bought by some
people which they drank think-
ing it was real rum."
After the last article on
Chipley's Christo's store, my
neighbor, Bill Shumaker, called
me to report his short working
experience in the local op-
eration. He, too, worked after
school and did not recall his
salary, but said it consisted of
"a few ones and a little change."
Other Christo employees re-
member that payday came in
the form of cash. According to
Bill Shumaker, he left the dime
store employment to go across
the street and work for Otto
Obert in his grocery store with
a small increase in pay.
After the last Christo writ-


me ione uastaeces 4 44


Christmas seemed to carr) a
special meaning during those
troublesone times in our na-
tion.
I have often said that John
Christo Sr. could have been
the forerunner of Sam Wal-.
ton in the variety store con-.
cept of mass merchandising.'
Mr. Christo was a "hands on"
businessman, in that he spent
WASHINGTON COUNTY .-1
CHRISTIAN
SCHOOL
A Christian Alternative
in Education POVM

r-------------------- I
S ALPHA Audiology (hearing) |
i God is Great so Enjoy Living
'" 850-163-1 707
Diagnostic gGRI Y:
I .ijo HEARING AIDS
I flfordahle N ReSound, I
Phonak. Olcon starkey I
1047 enks, P.C. I
'Audiologist Anne Marie Taylor MA, CCC-A.
S Medicare, TriCare, Private Discount, Etc
I Before Buying Costly Mistakes
L ---------------J


'!&`5 lFb


...To remember to say
"Merry Christmas and
many thanks!"
With best wishes for a
happy & healthy holiday
season from all of us.


- - - - - -


*$
*
*
*
*
*
*.


ing, Joe Shores called me to
state that his late wife, Myrtle
Chestnut Shores managed the
Chipley Christo 5 and 10 cent
store at one time. Joe Shores
has since passed away.
The story in the Heritage
of Washington County cover-
ing the operation of Christo's
5 and 10 cent store in Chipley
becomes more meaningful as
time goes on.
Hopefully, readers of to-
day's "prattle," outlining the
magical attraction of a dime
store at Christmas time, will
be reminded of the pleasant
memories which they will feel
impressed to pass on to a family
member, friend or others who
might be in need of a special
Christmas uplift at this time of
the year.
Merry Christmas from the
Wells' house to your house, and
I'll see you-all next week.


Submitted photo
The John Christo family home, 940 Beach Drive, Panama
City, is presently owned by one of the Christo twins,
George. My dad made regular stops at this home as
Mrs. Christo was one of his most valued customers on
his weekly peddling route and was known to send "care"
packages to the Wells family, especially at Christmas.


Impact Firearms
Buy Sell Trade
SLayaway and special orders welcome.
Mon-Fri 8-5
.:. ,Saturday by appointment
(850) 373-7535
Email: impactfirearms@yahoo.com
S 66 Curtis Porter, Owner
606 W. Hwy. 90 Bonifay, FL


., -. C.. 4t

WHAT IS IT?
This special sectj will recap 4th major healine

events of the ye'l, which makes the 2007 Baby
Parade an ideal addition to your child's baby book.


* A Special "Alumni" Section will be available featuring


Free Audio CD Shows You How To: o
Incrcas'.e utlr monthli ca,h fln, t pa for medical expenses.
Increase our Lash now for hom, impronemIcnl.
Receive hn h u jii and pa (-..r it pri.iieli ning two different
program
Elimininat credit card dcli. or pau ofll >our current mortgage, using
sour ovwn hume.
Pay for long-term care insurance without touching your current income


Learn about the VIAL OF LIFE- important for anyone who takes
prescription medications!
Find TAX FREE cash flow.
Use federally regulated programs to enhance your lifestyle, and still
leave an inheritance to your heirs!

This is important information that every senior should have! *
CALL REBECCA LOVETT TODAY *
FOR YOUR FREE AUDIO CD

* 1-877-747-5531 EXT. 2 *
* ***********


Building,
Buying,

Remodeling?

We can help

It's as easy as one ... two ...
three ... at Community South
Credit Union.
Low rates, fast approval and
friendly hometown service
- that's Community South
Credit Union.
We offer 30-year-fixed rate
mortgages, construction loans
and home equity loans.
Come see one of our lending
specialists or visit us on the
web at communitysouth.net. I|


1044 Hwy 90 East
Chipley, FL
850-638-8376


Fp r


en born prior to 2007.


Deadline: Friday, January 18,2008

Publish: Monday, January 28,2008


OW DO I GET MY BABY IN?
today of your baby or grandbaby (niece or nephew
aunts and 'uncles) by Friday, January 18 and we'll
in our 2007 Baby Parade Keep ake Section. Black
white listings are 27-each. Full color,spots are $53.


SEND YOUR PHOTO & COMPLETED
INFORMATION FORM BELOW TODAY WITH:
$27 (B&W) OR $53 (COLOR) to:
2007 Baby Parade, The News Herald
P.O. Box 1940, Panama City, FL 32402-1940
OR come by our offices at:
vv 501 W. 11th St., Panama City, FL


Baby's Name


PHOTO
GUIDELINES:,
Please use a photo with good
contrast. White or light cloth-
ing against a white back-
ground does not reproduce
well. Photos of twins should
be in vertical format, NOT
horizontal. We're sorry but we
can not print group photos.


Birth Date


Parent's Name (List Mother's Name First, please)
Grandparents(s)
If charging to U Visa 0 Mastercard U American Express U B&W $27 U COLOR $53


Name on Card
Signature
i- Submitter's Name and Daytime Contact Phone Num

*g For More Informatioi

Call Today 850-747-50


Card #_
Exp. Date


ber


n

124


PANAMA CITY
NEWS HERALD
S 4 lA /e <


I A A I I A I A A


- .. .,.


ir







a Inside This Week
/ Social News ................... Page 2B
Real Power...................Page 4B
Obituaries..................P....age 7B
Classifieds................... Page 8-12B



IN THE NEWS


Things to do in
Washington, Holmes and
Surrounding Counties
0 0
Don't miss this tribute
to the
Tuskegee Airmen
Family and Community Out-
reach Committee will sponsor A
Tribute to the Tuskegee Airmen at
6:30 p.m. on Dec. 20 at Ebro City
Hall in Ebro. Edward 0. Doyle, Sr.
of Austin, Texas will be featured.
Doyle was among the Civilian
Ground Support Crew "49+1".
Forty-nine men and one woman
were sent to Tuskegee,Ala. in 1942
with a support mission of training
black pilots for the 99th Pursuit
Squadron.

GED made easy
Holmes County Library, Wash-
ington-Homes. Technical Center
and Tri-County Transportation
have joined together to promote
Adult Basic Education and GED
preparation classes in Bonifay and
Chipley. They will offer free GED
classes, flexible schedules, open
enrollment, official GED practice
tests, possible transportation assis-
tance for those 18 and older and a
$20 savings toward cost of GED.
For more information call
Bonifay, 547-5811 and in Chipley
call 638-1180 ext. 313 or 315.

Lost milk?
Eligible dairy producers can
now sign up for the Dairy Disaster
Assistance Program at local U.S.
Department of Agriculture Farm
Service Agency service centers.
The program will help dairy
producers recover productions
losses resulting from a variety
of adverse weather conditions in
the past few years. The program
provides $16 million in benefits
to dairy producers for production
losses that occurred between Jan. 1,
2005, and Feb. 28,2007, because of
qualifying natural disasters.
An information fact sheet is
posted online at: http://disaster.fsa.
usda.gov.


GIVING HISTORY


A


Iel




Han


When Ralph C. Carter passed awau Sept. +,
he took with him invaluable knowledge of Washingtod Couity and,
specifically, Falling Waters Hill. Scott Sweeney laments his untimely
passing. Carter was just 75 years old when he died, young by today's
standards.
A state representative from 1960 to 1965, Carter was instrumental in
getting Florida's second-tallest peak and site
of its most impressive waterfall designated as
,-. a state park. That status should protect its 168
acres, situated a mile or two outside Chipley's
southern city limits, from development; allow
the public to enjoy its natural beauty and permit
Researchers to uncover its historic and cultural
history for years to come.
Sweeney, a park service specialist at Fall-
ing Waters State Park, wants to prevent more
local historical knowledge from being lost
with the inevitable passing of the area's elder
citizens.
Ralph C. Carter "It kills me that he is gone and what he knew
1932-2007 is gone with him," Sweeney said.
Much to his surprise, Sweeney discovered
during job training that not even preliminary
research had been conducted to identify ancient Native American sites
within the park. That's why Sweeney and his superiors at the Depart-
ment of Environmental Protection requested a $23,000 historic pi'eser-
vation grant from the Florida Department of State, Division of Historic
Resources.
The proposal's goals were two-fold:
First, using funds from the grant, hire archaeology experts from the
University of West Florida to determine if there are any archaeological
sites within the park's boundaries.
Second, as the park's required grant services-in-kind match, Sweeney
proposed the park service work with the Washington County Historical
Society to locate area residents who either remember or "heard tell" of
enterprises on and around what was once known from near and far as
Falling Waters Hill. The grant proposal called for WCHS volunteers to
videotape interviews with as many people as possible to learn all they
can, before those precious local memories are gone forever.
"Our job is to interpret this park," Sweeney said. "Part of our job is
to talk to people about what they are looking at so they can understand
why they are there. We want to make the park more educational. It's
so sad. Children are living in a Nintendo world and they don't realize
what their grandparents had to go through."
Florida Park Service Director Mike Bullock received word in June
that the grant proposal was funded by the Florida Legislature. Work
commenced Nov. 1 and will be completed by May 31, 2008.
Common Knowledge
Carter and others knew Falling Waters Hill was special. There's the
limestone cave system, the 100-foot waterfall and creeks fed only by
rain, which yield the purest, best-filtered water for miles around.
According to Sweeney, a group tried to give seven acres of land to
the state for preservation, but was told the tract was too small.
"It required an extensive partnership between local residents and
their political delegation. With a land swap with St. Joe Paper Co., tbh,
tract grew to its present size and was accepted for a park by the state in
1962," Sweeney said.
Falling Waters Hill is more than pretty and pristine. E.W. Carswell's
area histories say a gristmill was on the site in the 1860s. In 1890, Berry's

Article and photos by Mary D. Paramore


An ongoing archaeological survey at
aling Waters State Park
is the first ever at the site.
The project now needs area residents
to provide additional clues.


*^-- in
Top left: Archaeologist and UWF Professor John C. Phillips examines
pottery found at Falling Waters State park. Top right: A marble,
considered a cultural artifact, also was found at the park. Above:
Student archaeologist Chris Mickwee, left, sorts artifacts while Park
Service Specialist Scott Sweeney looks on.
Winery was in operation, offering alcoholic wares to passersby on a road
that ran through the park's land.
"The winery is considered Chipley's first business. That's when the
railroad was coming through," Sweeney said. When asked if the word
winery is a politically correct term for a moon shining operation, Swee-
ney sheepishly nodded his head. Political correctness must have been in
fashion at the turn of the 19th century, however. The operation indeed
was called Berry's Winery.
In 1919, speculators drilled Florida's first oil well in Falling Waters
State Park. In 1925, Glen St. Mary's Nursery operated from the area.
Exotic plant species and concrete slabs, remnants of that enterprise, are
still onsite and have yet to be interpreted for the public.
See FALLING WATERS 3B


PHOTO OF THE WEEK

,c .1 .. '' .


Online Paper
www.chipleypaper.com
www.bonifaynow.com

Under News look for
Photos Galleries
Business
Obituaries
Post Your Photo
Schools
Share your thoughts
Respond to the MomBlog
Rate a story or photo
Email a
letter to the editor


Lady and Spike, by our online reader Ginny.
To submit your photo, go to www.chipleypaper.com or
www.bonifaynow.com and go to Post Your Photos under the
News pulldown and follow the instructions.





2B, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, December 19, 2007

DAR NEWS


Davis-West House
The annual Prospective
Member Tea of Chipola
Chapter, NSDAR and Blue
Springs Society, C.A.R. was
held recently at the Davis-
West House in Marianna. It
was preceded by an awards
ceremony to recognize the
winners in the DAR Ameri-
can History and Christopher
Columbus Essay Contests.
This year ninety-nine stu-
dents entered the two essay
contests sponsored by the
Chipola Chapter, NSDAR
with the help of the Jackson
County Floridan, the Jack-
son County News, Elizabeth
Milton Simpson, and Jim
and Polly Roberts. A total
of $525 was presented to
contest winners.
All teachers who had stu-
dents enter were thanked.
George W. Cone, a teacher
at Marianna Middle School,
and Altha teachers Melba


SAR members Harry,
Robert, and Fletcher Du-
naway stand behind DAR
essay contest first place
winners, from the left Alex


Site of Tea
Adkins and Miranda Re-'
hberg were presented cer-
tificates of appreciation for
supporting the contest by
requiring all their students
to write essays.
Contest judges Lydia Al-
mand, Warren Almand, and
Judy Brooten were recog-
nized for their many hours
of work.
From its founding in
1890, the Daughters of the
American Revolution have
had three by words: Pa-
triotism, Preservation, and
Education. The American
History Essay Contest is
one of the many programs
that support these goals.
For additional information
about the local DAR and
C.A.R. please send an email
to snoopyxii60@hotmail.
com or call Dorcas Jackson
at 579-2103.


Layton, Timothy Edwards,
Linsey Rodenbach,- and
Anne Marie Sapp. Not pic-
tured Danielle Melvin.


Dixon-Williams engaged, to wed


Mr. and Mrs. Steve Dix-
on of Jakin, Ga. along with
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Williams
of Chipley, announce the
engagement and forthcom-
ing marriage of their chil-.
dren, Jennifer Hope Dixon
to Major (Dr.) Patrick Kevin
Williams.
Jena is the grandaugh-
ter of Edna Strange of Ja-
kin, Ga. and the late Edgar
Strange of Blountstown,
and Ruby Brown of Port St.


Joe, and the late T.W. Dix-
on, Sr. of Tallahassee, and
the late John Brown of Port
St. Joe.
Patrick is the grandson of
the late Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Pennington and the late Mr.
and Mrs. W. F. Williams, Sr.
of Graceville. He is a flight
surgeon in the Georgia Air
Guard and is serving in
Iraq.
The wedding is planned
for February 23, 2008.


- - - --- - - - - -
. The Flexible Spill-proof Keyboard
,- t,- 4S ? f $19.99 for one 1$34.99 for two





Ok 1-800-220-1967
www.theflexi.com
Colo A l ble:
SoLEsyoClan Gro. n, Bi-, Gr, PInk, .. adM WhiR.
-- - ------------------U

Great Careers Departing Daily
NEW HIGHER PAY PACKAGES
Company-provided CDL training for
qualified candidates
Nearly 2/3 of Schneider drivers get
home daily or weekly

schneiderjobs.com SCH NEIDER.
1-800-44-PRIDE 1-800-447-7433 -,MM O
EOE M/F/D



AM NF
ADVERTISING IJE T'.VO0i OF FLORIDA



The key to advertising success







850-638-0212 850-547-9414

www.florida-classifieds.com


Gulf Coast Electric
Gulf Coast Electric Coop-
erative recently recognized
19 employees and trustees
recognized 19 employees
and trustees for a com-
bined total of 164 years
of service to the Coopera-
tive.
Pictured, from left, are:
Anita Striegel (one-year


Cooperative recognizes employees Prevatt turns 3
Tony Lee Prevatt, left,
pin), Johnny Hutto, (15- Not pictured: Pam Burns, was born on Dec. 23, 2004,
year pin), Alfredia Owens Jeremy Hill, Lorie Jack- weighing l1b 13.6 oz. Just
(15-year pin), Becky Kent son, Tre McGowan, Na- look at this big boy now as
(10-year pin), Gus Wise than Riley and Ben Wilson he turns 3. Tony is the son of
(five-year pin), Shannon (one-year pins); Jeremy Semion and Krystal Prevatt.
Hill (one-year pin), Rupert Miles (five-year pin); Ter- He is the grandson of
Brown (five-year pin), ry Myers (25-year pin); Russell Linton, Barbara and
Teressa Jones (one-year and James Dybdal and Frankie Hicks and Rickey
pin) and Kristin Douglas Billy Joe Newsome (35- and Joyce Clark.
(five-year pin). year pins.)
Kyla Smith is 9
Kyla Smith, pictured at left, will celebrate her ninth
birthday Dec. 22 with family and friends at her home..
Kyla is the daughter of Billy and Tracey Smith. She is
the granddaughter of Hulon and Sue Gibson of Bonifay
and Bill and Annie Mae Pate of Caryville, Patsy Smith of
Cocoa Beach and Donnie Smith of Bonifay.
Ryan R. Litim joins Army
Ryan R. Litim has joined the United States Army under
the Delayed Entry Program and will report to Fort Leonard
Wood, Waynesville, Mo., for basic training in May 2008.
After completion of basic military training, soldiers receive
advanced individual training in their career job specialty
prior to being assigned to their first permanent duty sta-
tion.
Litim is a 2006 graduate of Graceville High School. He
is the son of Michael and Soraya Bollig of Graceville.


STOP LEG CRAMPS s
BEFORE THEY STOP YOU. l leI
Triple Calcium
Calcet's triple calcium formula is designed to help Triple Calcium
stop low calcium leg cramps. Just ask your pharmacist

!. .. .. .... .. . .


H IT] k*Fuf l


( Heritage
for thfeBliffd


* The donation Is tax deductible.
* Pick-up is free.
* We take care of all the paperwork.


THE NEW CENTURY
OUTHOUSE
Nowyoucanput a
bathroom anywhere!
Toilet, sink, and showe1...
Do-it-yourself hook-up!
(813) 468-0049
www.outhousebuilders.com

North GA Mountains
Incredible Opportunity!
Buyer's Market!
Brand New 5/5.5 Cabin Call Kristy @ RE/MAX
YEAR ROUND VIEW! 800-210-3061
For more pictures &
$399,000!! other hot deals:
$3999000!! GeorgiaMountains.com


New Year New You


Enter For a

Chance to Win



$50,000!



Enter every day.

to increase your

chance to win!



Enter Today!4




www.chipleypaper.com/promotions/

or www-bonifayno .com/promotions/

NOPRHSE. EESR. A UCAE., ICES ORCHNE FWNIG. LGA RSIENS O H 0UIE SAE DC)1
YEARS AND OLDE VOD1HEE RO IBTE Sweestak s end s 1/10 F*.fcalRue. .re.mthdofenry rie esrptonan. dd dscou re, isi
www .chipleypape .co rUw bnfanw Uo pnor U rz, U, n erzeDiePeaat-ige I 86. 3


1-800-DONATE-CARS (1-800-366-2832)
1






Wednesday, December 19, 2007, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 3B


COMMUNITY NEWS

Gulf Coast Electric supports Children's Home Society


Gulf Coast Electric Co-
operative recently presented
toys donated by its employ-
ees to the Children's Home
Society of Florida.
Toys donated by GCEC
will be distributed to under-
privileged children in Bay,
Calhoun, Gulf, Holmes,


Jackson and Washington
counties.
"We are happy to be
able to donate to this very
worthy cause," Gulf Coast
Electric Supervisor of Mar-
keting and Member Ser-
vices Kristin Douglas said.
"These toys will provide


~Meswfm------m -- ALB- ..- -.01
Submitted photo
Gulf Coast Electric Cooperative Supervisor of Marketing
and Member Services Kristin Douglas (right) pictured
with Matt Davis of the Children's Home Society (left)
and some of the toys donated by GCEC employees.


Christmas presents to chil-
dren who might not have
otherwise received any."
The Children's Home Soci-
ety of Florida is a nationally
accredited agency, making
a difference in the lives of
more than 139,000 children
and families each year.

TJ Roulhac holds
Christmas play
A Christmas program is
planned at T.J. Roulhac Dec.
20 at 6:30 p.m. There will be
a Christmas play performed
by the students, Christmas
speeches, refreshments and
more. The Dance Team will
perform. Everyone in the
community is invited.

Esto fireworks
The Fifth Annual Fire-
works Extravaganza is
scheduled to take place in
Esto on New Year's Eve,
Dec. 31, beginning at 4:30
p.m. at the First Baptist
Church of Esto.


Local shopping resource online from EmeraldCoast.com


EmeraldCoast.com is
working to make the holi-
day shopping season a little
easier for everyone along
the Emerald Coast.
EmeraldCoast.com/
Shopping is a free resource
for Emerald Coast residents
and visitors to learn more
about where to shop for
"the holidays, search shop-
ping information online and
find out what is happening
in the area's best places to
shop. You can find Malls
and department stores; Tips
to project yourself while
shopping online; Toy recall
:lists; Tips to shop local;
Local holiday events and
area shopping news.
Best of all, Emerald-
Coast.com/Shopping is easy
to use and open 247


About EmeraldCoast.com
EmeraldCoast.com was
officially launched on May
1, 2001 as an interactive di-
vision for Florida Freedom
Newspapers to manage and
maintain Web sites for the
Northwest Florida Daily
News, The News Herald,
The Destin Log and The
Walton Sun.
Since its inception, Em-
eraldCoast.com has grown
to provide a variety of ser-
vices to the online commu-
nity including Web devel-
opment, hosting and Inter-
net marketing.
In addition to services,
EmeraldCoast.com's Web
site is a one-stop shop for
exploring the Emerald
*Coast with information on
travel, weather, real estate,


employment and much
more. Come Navigate the
Coast with EmeraldCoast.
com.

About Freedom Commu-
nications, Inc.
Freedom Communica-
tions, Inc., headquartered in
Irvine, Calif. is a privately
owned, diverse media com-
pany of newspapers, broad-
cast television stations and
interactive media business-
es.
The company publishes
more than 70 news publica-
tions with a combined cir-
culation of more than one
million subscribers. The
broadcast division includes
eight television stations in-
cluding five CBS and three
ABC network affiliates.


COMMUNITY CALENDAR


WEDNESDAY, DEC. 19
CLOSED: Wausau Library.
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.-Vemon Li-
brary open
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes
Council on Aging provides
hot meals and socialization.
11 a.m.-Washington Council
on Aging (located in Chipley)
senior lunches, for reserva-
tions call 638-6217,donations
accepted.
Noon-Bonifay Kiwanis Club
meeting, held at Blitch's Res-
taurant in Bonifay.
1 p.m. Line dancing, Wash-
ington Council on Aging in
Chipley
7p.m.-DepressionandBipolar
Support Group-meets at First
-Baptist Church educational
annex building in Bonifay.
Call 547-4397.
8. p.m.-Alcoholics Anony-
mous meeting, held at Ponce
de Leon Methodist Church,
Main Street in Ponce de
Leon.
THURSDAY, DEC. 20
7:30 a.m.-Washington County
ChamberofCommercebreak-
fast.
CLOSED: Vernon Library
8 a.m.-Holmes County Library
open.
9 a.m.-6p.m.-Chipley Library
open.
1 p.m.-6p.m.-WausauLibrary
open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes
Council 'on Aging provides
hot meals and socialization.
10:30-11 a.m.-ChipleyLibrary
preschool storytime.
11 a.m.-Washington Council
on Aging (located in Chipley)
senior lunches, for reserva-
tions call 638-6217, donations
accepted.
Noon-Alcoholics Anonymous
open meeting, New Life As-
seibly Fellowhs iip Hall,


Chipley.
1 p.m.-6p.m.-WausauLibrary
open.
2 p.m. Hospice of the Emer-
ald Coast grief support group,
held at Jackson County Public
Library, 2929 Green Street,
Marianna.
3 p.m.-Vernon Garden Club
meeting.
6 p.m.-TOPS meeting, held
at Mt. Olive Baptist Church,
located three miles north of
Bonifay on Hwy. 79.
8 p.m.-Narcotics Anonymous
meeting, held at Blessed
Trinity Catholic Church in
Bonifay.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anony-
mous open meeting, held at
New Hope Volunteer Fire
Station, Highway 2 in Holmes
County.
FRIDAY, DEC. 21
CLOSED: Wausau Library
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes County
Library open.
1 p.m. to 6 p.m.-Vernon Li-
brary open
9:30 a.m.-1 p.m.-Chipley
Library open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Homes
Council on Aging provides
bingo, exercise, games, activ-
ities, hot meals and socializa-
tion.
11 a.m.-Washington Council
on Aging (located in Chipley)
senior lunches, for reserva-
tions call 638-6217, donations
accepted.
7 p.m. Slocomb VFW
dance until 10 p.m. Music
by the Country Boys.
Admission $5; Children 12
and under free with parents.
No smoking or alcohol. Door
prizes and 50/50 giveaways.
Refreshments available.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anony-
mous open meeting, held
at Presbyterian Church in
Chipley.
SATURDAY, DEC. 22
CLOSED: Wausau Library.
8 a.m.-12 noon-Holmes Coun-


ty Library open.
9 a.m.- 12 noon-Vernon Li-
brary open.
9 a.m.-12 noon-Chipley Li-
brary open.
7 p.m. Slocomb VFW
dance until 10 p.m. Music
by the Country Boys.
Admission $5; Children 12
and under free with parents.
No smoking or alcohol. Door
prizes and 50/50 giveaways.
Refreshments available.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anony-
mous meeting,heldatBonifay
Methodist Church, Oklahoma
Street Bonifay.
SUNDAY, DEC. 23
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anony-
mous meeting, held in the
board room at Graceville-
Campbellton Hospital in
Graceville.
4-6 p.m.-Conversational Eng-
lish classes for internationals,
held at Shiloh Baptist Church.
Contact church office, 638-
1014 or Karma Cook, 638-
8418.
MONDAY, DEC. 24
CLOSED: Holmes County Li-
brary, Vernon Library,Wausau
Library, Chipley Library.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anony-
mous meeting,BlessedTrinity
Catholic Church, located on
Hwy. 177A, Bonifay.
TUESDAY, DEC, 25
CLOSED: Holmes County
Library, Chipley Library,
Vernon Library, Wausau
Library.
Noon-Alcoholics Anonymous
open meeting, New Life As-
sembly Fellowhship Hall,
Chipley.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anony-
mous closed meeting, held
at Presbyterian Church in
Chipley.
8 p.m.-Narcotics Anonymous
meeting, held at Blessed
Trinity Catholic Church in
Bonifay.


FALLING WATERS
Continued from page 1B

New information
Already, the grant-fund-
ed archaeological survey
has expanded the park's
history. Four Native Ameri-
can sites proper, and two
archaeological occurrences,
have been discovered so far.
The distinction is made by
stringent criteria set forth
by the State of Florida.
The archaeology team
- seven graduate students
led by archaeologist and
UFW Professor John C.
Phillips conducted a sys-
tematic Phase I archaeo-
logical survey of the park
during November and early
December. Fieldwork re-
quired archaeologists to
dig experimental test pits
throughout the park's 168
acres, at 25-meter intervals
in areas identified as having
a high probability for the
presence of archaeological
sites and at 50 meters in
areas identified as having a
medium probability of hav-
ing archaeological sites.
That's a lot of test pits,
each one plotted by GPS
and dug 50 cm in diam-
eter and one meter deep.
Archaeology students,
like husband and wife pair
Kristy and Chris Mickwee,
then meticulously sifted pit
dirt through 1/4 inch mesh.
Each hole was later duti-
fully refilled in accordance
with Florida's accepted
standards of archaeological
practice.
Archaeologists went
back to promising locations,
digging much larger pits for
research.
"We collect information
about what we find, natu-
ral deposits, the color and


texture of soil layers and
whether the soil has been
disturbed by logging," Phil-
lips said. Found objects are
bagged, with the precise lo-
cations of origin noted. The
team has found archaeologi-
cal objects, such as ceramic
shards and flint tools and
flakes, as well as cultural
finds, such as pottery from
the 1800s and a lime green
marble.
"What's interesting is
that one site is in the camp
ground and one is in the
primitive camping area,"
Phillips said. "The sites
chosen by people before are
the same sites being chosen
by people today."
Next Step5
With the fieldwork done,
students are now plotting
test sites on a computerized
map to ensure no area of the
park was overlooked. Iden-
tified sites will be registered
with the Florida Public
Archaeology Network, ex-
panding the park's site list
from two to eight. Swee-
ney previously placed the
oil well and nursery in the
state's database.
Students are studying
each artifact and confirm-
ing field identifications.
Phillips' team is confident
it found sites from 800 AD
and possibly archaic sites
that predate written history.
They also marked structures
and plant species from busi-
ness enterprises within its
boundaries.
The team will also review
original land surveys, civil
war maps, property trans-
actions and records held
by the Washington County
Historical Society to glean
what they can about the
park's history.
The best resource the


team has in its effort to un-
derstand the park's cultural
history is the area's resi-
dents. Today's senior citi-
zens were youngsters when
Falling Waters Hill was a
thoroughfare and boasted
business enterprises. If their
memories don't include
specific information, learn-
ing about their family histo-
ries, the memories of their
parents and grandparents,
could be invaluable to the
effort.
"Any recollection about
this region, specific knowl-
edge about things in or ad-
jacent to the park, we'd cer-
tainly be interested in hear-
ing from them," said Swee-
ney. Of particular interest to
Sweeney and researchers is
the location of the gristmill
mentioned in Carswell's
histories.
Historical society vol-
unteers will schedule inter-
views with residents who
think they can provide as-
sistance.
Projected Outcomes
When the project is com-
plete, Falling Waters State
Park officials will have in
hand a cultural resource
management plan, ideas for
how to interpret what the
UWF archaeological team
found, an archaeological
and historical overview of
the area and invaluable vid-
eo-taped interviews about
local history, available for
review at the historical soci-
ety's museum in downtown
Chipley.
Sweeney said the project
eventually will result in new
and improved exhibits and
trails throughout the park.
To share your memories
about Falling Waters Hill,
contact Sweeney at 638-
6130.


lA



o TOYOTA ,
1 Jorge Says: People Come From All Over To Buy During Our ,




M cff
RCthrlhtm


GetSlcionsZr ow ihaprvdcei
Seia Les Proras HgeFacor Rbaes# Fiedl Saf


J ,11949 16,890

,WTNEW 0BTOYOTA TQ_. LZ NEW 07 TOYOTA . s .
TACOMA TUNDRA Great Deals On All ,
Reg.Cab SLd Trari AC CD ALL MODELS
MO NEW 08 Toyota
Camrys, Highlanders, -
S3- -- RAV4s, 4Runners
S13,979 79 .*.
In Stock
All Prices and Discounts After Any Factory Rebate, Plus Tax, Tag. Subject to Presale.



03 BUICK 99 JEEP 04 GEO 02 CHRYSLER
LASABRE WRANGLER TRACKER TOWN & COUNTRY
Clean Family Car Alloy Wheels, Sharp Auto, AC Mini Van
Special Special Special Special
$7,979 s8,888 s9,988 1 0,888
02 TOYOTA 01 TOYOTA 07 PONTIAC 07 CHEVY
SIENNA AVALON G6 TAHOE LT
Mini Van, Clean Leather, Luxury Auto, Sharp Leather, Sunroof, Loaded
Special Special Special Special
$11,848 $12,848 $14,988 $26,988

ECHOS 7 Years, 100,000 Mile T .160 Point Quality TUNDRAS
COROLLAS Limit 7 Years, 100,000 ile TOYOTAAssurance Inspection 4-RUNNERS
CAMRYS mited Warranty** Great Selection From HIGHLANDERS
CELICAS 7 Years, 100,000 Mile ..d v .. Corollas to Sequoias SEQUOIAS
TACOMAS Roadside Assistance**
Great Selection of Full Size Trucks & Utility Vehicles
All Priced to Sell Come Check It Out!
I a Remember, If

SIIIYou Can't Come
Penn Ave., Marianna, FL UA Cal, WlWe
(850) 526-3511 1-800-423-8002 Us A Call, We'llYou
www.mariannatoyota.com Drive It You.













Washington County News/ Holmes County Times-Advertiser


REAL


BCF Fall 2007 Graduating class. Row 1 (1 to r): Dr.
Thomas A. Kinchen (President), John Phipps (Marshall),
Rachel Biss, Ashley Henderson, Kristy Hancock, Cheryl
Schweers, Brandi Webb, Sharon Mark, Lisa Buckner, Ra-
chel Maddox, Bethany Allen, Callie Kendrick, Sara Stre-
hlow, Rebekah Faircloth, April Frazier, Lousie Bump,


Rebecca Brown, Teresa Zona. Row 2 (1 to r): Brittany
Bettis, Frank Pais, Nathan Ziglar, Nathan Mattox, Casey
Nowlin, Garrett Davis, Jonny Peace, Nathan Salter, Ryan
Carter, Gerald Martin Jr., Joseph Thompson, Scott Rum-
ley II, Carl Newman, Candice DuBose, Michelle Leitner,
Thomas Lawson (Marshall), Dr. R.C. Hammack (Senior


Vice-President). Row 3 (1 to r): Steve Nelson, Alex Felton;'
Gary Holmes, Michael Ward, Alan Bryan Jr., Joey Bras-
well, Jesse Ottesen, Karl Hudson, Michael Rogers, Robert-
Davis, James Manning, John Russo, Patrick Raulerson,'
Terry Stewart, Michael Stewart, Noah Raulerson, Jean-'
Ernst Camille.


Baptist College of Florida graduates 55 students


Commencement exercises were held for the Fall 2007
graduating class of The Baptist College of Florida Friday,
December 7th. Not only was it a significant day in the
life of the country remembering when Pearl Harbor was
bombed, but also a significant milestone in the life of fifty-
five students who completed all of the requirements for
their degree.
President Thomas A. Kinchen told the graduating class
of 2007 to be so filled by God that they would "slosh"
e,-


out His goodness all over the place. "God made us as clay
pots to be filled, and He pours His love into us. As the
world cries out about shortages, there is no shortage in
Christ who is the inexhaustible source of life, provision,
and strength."
In addition to Kinchen conferring degrees upon the
graduates, honorary doctorate degrees were awarded for
a lifetime of Christian service to Rev. Glen E. Owens and
'Rev. Cecil W. Seagle.


During graduation and vital to the life of The Baptist
College of Florida, new faculty members must sign the
"Articles of Faith" book signifying their commitment to
the Lord and His Word. Marking another historical event,
Dr. Roger C. Richards signed the book only a few pag-
es from where his father, BCF Professor Emeritus Wiley"
Richards, signed.
For more information on The Baptist College of Florida,'
please contact 800.328.2660 ext. 460.


BCF confers doctoral degrees.

Far left: President Thomas A. Kinchen presents the
Doctoral Hood to Rev. Cecil W. Seagle during The Bap-
tist College of Florida's Fall 2007 graduation exercises.'

Left: President Thomas A. Kinchen presents the Doc-
toral Hood to Rev. Glen E. Owens during The Baptist
College of Florida's Fall 2007 graduation exercises.


Making
Time for
Spiritual
Matters
In today's world it seems
there's no time for the things
we need to get done. Our
calendars are full of vari-
ous things we must do and
places we need to go. How
much of our time is planned
for spiritual matters. Do we
even plan time for spiritual
things like prayer, reading
and studying our Bibles, or
going to church?
I would say for the vast
majority of the world, spiri-
tual matters get taken care of
when we have time leftover,
and that is hardly ever. For
most, their spiritual lives
are non-existent. They be-
lieve there are to many oth-
er important matters to take
care of. In Matthew 16:26
Christ says, "For what prof-
it is it to a man if he gain
the whole world and loses
his own soul? Or what will
a man give in exchange for
his soul?" There is noth-
ing we could obtain in this
world that is worth more
than our souls.
I knelt to pray, but not
for long,
I had too much to do.
I had to hurry and get to


Let Your


Light Shine

Wes Webb

And jumped up off my
knees.
My Christian duty was
now done
My soul could rest at
ease.
All day long I had no
time
To spread a word of
cheer.
No time to speak of
Christ to friends,
They'd laugh at me I'd
fear.
No time, no time, too
much to do,
That was my constant


I came, I stood with
downcast eyes.
For in his hands God
held a book;
It was the book of life.
God looked into his
book and said
"Your name I cannot
.find.
I once was going to
write it down...
But never found the
time"
I wonder sometimes why
people think they can give
God their leftovers. They
try to give God leftover
time, money and many oth-
er things they just happen to
come by or have leftover.
Why do we think God will
accept any of these things?
God expects us to put Him
first in all things. In Mat-
thew 6:33, Christ says,
"Seek first the kingdom of
God and His righteousness,
and all things shall be added
unto you."
If we simply take the
time to put God first He
will give us everything we
truly need. Once again in
Matthew 21:22 Christ says,
"Whatever things you ask
in prayer, believing, you
will receive." If we take the
time to pray, study our Bi-
bles, and truly worship our
God in an acceptable way
He will provide all things.
Thi mnessna e has been


Remember
the day
Many people seem to be
concerned about celebrat-
ing Christmas on December
25th. Because the exact date
of Christ's birth is one of the
great unknowns of history.
Nowhere do we find that
the Apostles or their imme-
diate successors placed any
significance whatsoever to
the date of Jesus birth. In
fact, they probably couldn't
have identified the date had
they been asked.. Common
sense would seem to say,
that if God meant for us to
celebrate the date, He would
have given us a date.
But it's not the date of Je-
sus' birth that is significant -
it is the day of Jesus' birth.
For on that day some 2000
years ago, the world wit-
nessed an event which will
never be fully understood
this side of Heaven and yet
would change the Calendar
and the world for all time.
We know that Christ
lived as the Son of God in
the Trinity of the God Head,
long before He took on His
earthly body.
According to Genesis
1:26 Christ; the only be-
gotten Son of God was in-
volved in speaking the earth
and the heavens into being,
and through out the Old
Testament He is seen meet-
ing with many of the Great
Heroes of faith.
So you see it is the day
we remember. The day
Christ was born was the
day that the voice that thun-
dered worlds into existence
whimpered for His mother's
bosom. How unthinkable!
How outrageous that God,
with the mere power of
His words could voice the


w o rk Icry .I . . . . . .
For bills would soon be No time to give to souls provided by Wes Webb,
due. in need evangelist, Chipley Church
So I knelt and said a, But at last the time, the of Christ, 1295 Brickyard
hurried prayer, time to die. Rd. Chipley, FL 32428
I went before the Lord, 638-2366.

Sonrise Prayer line
Tune in every Sunday to BlueLakeBaptistChurch checked a prayer will be
MediaCom Cable channel has established a prayer offered for everyone who
12 at 2 p.m. for "Sonrise" line open to the public. The calls
from the Live Oak Assem- number is 415-PRAY. requested callers can
bly of God Church .There The line is staffed by des- If requested, callers can
will be a Sunday school les- ignated prayer warriors, and ee c m b t
son, followed by an inspired an answering machine will someone call them back to
message. take calls when they are not pray with them.
available.


- ~. ~ ~Z~' f '~ ~ rP~v' V"% ~k~'mVY~v '~ ~ ~ . .~' '~'~*


hEPuI~r -~


From the


Heart

Tim Hall

universe into being (Psalm
33:6-9), would confine His
power to the cry of a child.
The day Christ was born
was the day the vastness of
eternity was squeezed into a
mere moment of time. God,
the Great "I AM," the Eter-
nal One, became a captive
of time. And He who had
lived from everlasting to
everlasting was reduced to
living moment-by-moment
and breath-by-breath.
Yes, it is the day, not
the date, Christ was born
that is significant. But why
did God take such extreme
measures that day? He did
it for you and me.
The day Christ was born
was the day hope was born
for all people. Because of
that day, everyone who will
receive this gift of Love
given by God can now have
Eternal Life.
I hope there's another
day that is very significant
in your life. Such as in my
case, I don't remember the
exact date, but I remember


the day, a Sunday morn-
ing when I was twelve and
the place where I received
Christ as my Lord and Sav-
ior, in a mission in Chicago,
Illinois. It is a day, as the day
that Christ was born, that I
will remember throughout
Eternity. The day I received
Eternal Life, not because of
who I was, but because of
Who He is and the price
that He paid.
As we remember and
celebrate the day Christ was
born, is there a day in your
life, that you celebrate, the
day that you where born into
the family of God? If not;
the scripture says today can
be that day. Would you re-
ceive His gift to you? "For
God so loved the world;
that he gave his only be-
gotten Son, that whosoever,
believeth in him should not
perish, but have everlast-
ing life" (John 3:16 KJV;.
Romans: 10:9-13) If you
have already received it,
celebrate the day, everyday
by sharing His love with ev-
eryone you meet.
To all of you who are
reading this, may I wish
you a Merry Christmas, and
to Jesus Christ my Lord and
Savior I say, Happy Birth-
day, and thank You for com-
ing and taking upon You an
earthly body. Thank Yoti
Lord, for taking our sins
upon You, and nailing them
to the cross. Hallelujah!
This message has been
brought to you From the
Heart of Tim Hall, Senior
Pastor, Gully Springs Bap-
tist Church, PO Box 745,
Bonifay, FL 32425. Locat-
ed; 2824 Highway 90 West,
three miles west of the light
at Highway 79, 850-547-
3920, E-mail: timhall_
2000@yahoo.com.


Wednesday, December 19, 2007


Pane 4R


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


r-cluw -tul - - - --- - I






Wednesday, December 19, 2007, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 5B


MINISTRY NEWS


Submitted photo
NIichelle Leitner received a Bachelor of Arts in Elemen-
tary Education with Summa Cum Laude honors from
The Baptist College of Florida. President Thomas A.
kinchen bestowed degrees on graduating students dur-
ing commencement services held Dec. 7. Leitner is the
daughter of Greg and Karen Leitner of Bonifay and the
granddaughter of Stella Marsh of Fort Lauderdale. She
is a 2002 graduate of Holmes County High School. Fol-
lowing graduation, Leitner plans to pursue a Masters
of Education degree and continue working as a third
grade teacher at Washington County Christian School
in Chipley.


Chipley First

Baptist
Christmas Caroling in
the Park will be Wednes-
day, Dec. 19, from 6 p.m. to
7 p.m. at Shivers Park.
All are welcome to join
in Christmas caroling,
homemade cookies and hot
chocolate. Come as you are
to celebrate Jesus' birth and
to share the reason for the
season with others. Bring
battery-powered candle or a
flashlight.
Christmas Caroling in
the Park is hosted by First
Baptist Church of Chipley.
Call 638-1830 for more in-
formation.


The church is at 1387
South Boulevard, Chipley.


East Mt. Zion

United Methodist
East Mt. Zion will host
Bethlehem Alive Dec. 21
and 22 starting at 7 p.m.
each night. This is a live
performance of the events
that took place around the
birth of Jesus as told in the
Bible. There will also be
live musical performances
by local gospel singers.
The church is at the inter-
section of Hwys. 173 and
160. Call 850-263-9334 for
more information.


Mt. Zion
Chipley First Independent

Free WillIndependent
First Free Will Baptist Baptist
Church will present a play, Mt. Zion Independent
"Cookin' Up Christmas" Baptist Church will host an
Thursday, Dec. 20, 6:30 afternoon of fun on Satur-
p.m. with refreshments af- day, Dec. 22, from 2-7p.m
terward. An encore presen- at the church on Hwy. 2 ap-
tation will be on Sunday, proximately one mile west
Dec. 23, at 10:45 a.m. of Hwy 79.
There will be games for


the kiddies, cake walks, hot
dogs and chili, and goody
bags. This is free to the
community.


Chipley St.

Joseph's Catholic
St. Joseph the Worker
Catholic Church will hold
Christmas Mass on Dec. 24
at 5:30 p.m. and on Christ-
mas Day at 11 a.m. The
church is across from Wal-
Mart on Hwy. 77.


Vernon Churches

in Fellowship
Vernon Churches in Fel-
lowship present "A Night
of Singing" on Dec. 30 at
6 p.m. Pastor Elder T. Pow-
ell of The Church of God
By Faith will deliver the
message. The sing is being
hosted by Vernon First Bap-
tist on 2888 Church Street,
Vernon.
The churches in fellow-
ship join hands to serve
the Vernon community and
meet every fifth Sunday to


celebrate and worship to-
gether. The fellowship con-
sists of: Eastside Baptist,
Church of God By Faith,
Holmes Valley Community,
Shiloh Missionary Bap-
tist, Unity Baptist, Vernon
Evangelistic and Vernon
First Baptist.
"Following the evening
worship we will move to
the fellowship hall for a
time of finger foods and
holiday goodies," a spokes-
person said.
Call Bro. Henry Day at
850-535-2657 for more in-
formation.


Dellwood A of G
The Fifth Sunday Night
pre-New Year's Gospel
Sing at Welcome Assembly
of God will be held 6 p.m.
Dec. 30 at the church on
Hwy. 69 and Messer Road
in Dellwood.
. Special singers will be
the Changed Quartet of Chi-
pley and Covenant Quartet
of Dellwood.
A love offering will be
taken.


HOUSES OF WORSHIP


African Methodist Episcopal
Grant Tabernacle AME: 577
Martin Luther King, Chipley. Pastor
is. the Rev. Larry Brown.
New Bethel AME: Hwy. 90 in
Bbnifay. Pastor is Alice Hennessey.
I 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.
Ebro Assembly of God: Hwy. 79
South. Pastor is Lloyd Lykins.
Faith Assembly of God: Under-
wood Road behind Poplar Springs
School. Pastor is Charles Carlton.
Graceville First Assembly of
God: 5565 Brown Street. Pastor is
Charles Jackson.
Little Rock Assembly of God:
Hwy. 173, six miles north of Bonifay.
Pastor is Josh Garner.
Live Oak Assembly of God: Just
off Hwy. 177-A north of Bonifay.
Pastor is the Rev. Kenneth Martin.
Mt. Olive Assembly of God:
Hvy. 179-A off Hwy. 2. Pastor
Thlmas Ealum Jr.
Mt. Pleasant Assembly of God:
Hvy. 179-A, eight miles north
of Westville. Pastor is Terry A.
Bjome.
New Bethany Assembly of God:
Slaky Joe Road just off Hwy. 280 at
Hnson's Crossroads. Pastor is Leon
Jmnkins.
New Life Fellowship Assembly
(f God: 695 5th St., Chipley. Pastor
Yince Spencer
New Smyrna Assembly of God,
kdolph Whitaker Road six miles
north of Bonifay.
Northside Assembly of God:
1009 N Rangeline St., across from
Bonifay Elementary. Pastor Edwin
Bell.
Smith Chapel Assembly of God:
2549 Smith Chapel Road, just off
Hwy. 177-A. Pastor is George Staf-
ford.
VernonAssembly of God Church:
3349 McFatter Avenue. Pastor is the
Rev. Wesley Hall.
. Wausau Assembly of God: Hwy.
77. Pastor is Danny Burns.
Westville Assembly of God: Hwy
181 North. Pastor is Lavon Burke.
Winterville Assembly of God:
Dogwood Lakes Road. Pastor Mitch
Johnson.
Baptist
Abigail Free Will Baptist:
Dawkins Street in Vernon.
Berean Baptist: 1438 Nearing
Hills Road in Chipley. Shane Skel-
ton is pastor.
Wausau First Baptist: Hwy. 77.
Bethany Baptist: 10 miles north
of Bonifay on Hwy. 79. Pastor is Ed
Barley.
Bethlehem Baptist: Hwy. 177.
Pastor is Dr. Wesley Adams.
Beulah Anna Baptist: Coursey
Road a half-mile off Hwy. 81. Pastor
is David Hidle.
Blue Lake Baptist: Southeast
comer 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 Oklahoma
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. Pas-
tor 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 located
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. Pas-
tor 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: Corner 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.
Vernon First Baptist, 2888
Church St., Vernon.
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 Chi-
pley. 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 Con-
ley.
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: Okla-
homa 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. Pasfor 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 Penning-
ton.
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 Buddy
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 Bdnnett 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 Fanning Branch Road,
Vernon. Pastors Willis :.7-A 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 Holi-
ness: 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.



Celebrating the Joy


Sof Christmas
Celebrating the Christmas season with loved ohes can be
a joyous and festive way to end the'ear and ring in a new
beginning. For Christians, it is a time to worship and praise our
Heavenly Father for giving us our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
The holiday season extends
o from Christmas Eve until January 6,
Epiphany, which celebrates the Wise
Men's visit to the baby Jesus. When
Jesus was born, the angel said to the
Shepherds, "Do not be afraid. I bring
you good news of great joy that will
be for all the people.Today in the town
of David, a Savior has been born to you;
he is Christ the Lord."
Christmas is a time of gift giving,
and in 1 Peter 4:10, we are told that
God has given gifts to each of us from
His great bounty of spiritual gifts. And,
the greatest gift of all from God our
Father is the gift of Jesus Christ, His
Son.
And my soul shall be joyful in the Lord: it shall rejoice in his
salvation.
K.J.V. Psalm 35:9


This Message Courtesy Of


BROWN

FUNERAL HOME
1068 Main Street, Chipley
638-4010


Badcock &more
HOME FURNITURE xl
Hwy. 77 S, Chipley *638-4097
Hwy. 79 S., Bonifay 547-9688


Washington County News But when the holy Spirit
Holmes County Times.Advertser comes upon you, you will be
filled with power, and you
1364 N. Railroad, Chipley 638-0212 will be my witnesses...
112 E.Virginia, Bonifay.547.9414 Good News Bible Acts 1:8

Washington County Stephen B. Register,
Farm Supply o CPA
638-7833 1552 Brickyard Road
Fertilizer, Feed,Seed, Chipley, FL 638-4251
Bulk, Bag, Solutions


WESTPOINT Place your message
HOME here for only $6.00
Chipley, FL per week.


Chipley Drugs, Inc. In all thy ways acknowledge

PHONE 638-1040 Him, and He shall direct thy
1330 S. Blvd. West paths.
Chipley, FL 32428 Proverbs 3:6


Sw tt m
. .,, Tllfl flIRT mi ffm ll
We Service All Makes & Models
Marianna, FL 1-800-651-8801


The lips of the wise spread
knowledge; not so the minds
of fools.
R.S.V. Bible Proverbs 15:7





bts, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, December 19, 2007

EDUCATION NEWS


Submitted photo
Kim Collins of Bethlehem accepts the Chipola College
December Career Employee of the Month award from
Dr. Jayne Roberts, Dean of Enrollment Services. Col-
lins has worked at the college since 1989 and serves as
Senior Office Assistant in the Registration Office.


Submitted photo
The firm of Paul A. Donofro & Associates recently made
an additional contribution to the Paul A. Donofro & As-
sociates Architects Scholarship Endowment at Chipola
College. Here, Paul Donofro, Jr., (center) presents a
check to Chipola President Dr. Gene Prough (right) and
Foundation Director Julie Fuqua (left). The scholarship
is awarded in the Fall of each school year. Architecture
majors receive first consideration for the scholarship,
followed by Visual Arts majors. Applicants must be
residents of the Chipola five-county district and have a
minimum 2.5 high school GPA.


PAEC's Employee for the Month
Judy Hall, a member of the support staff for Region I No
Child Left Behind Technical Assistance Center, has been
chosen as the Employee of the Month for November for the
Panhandle Area Educational Consortium.
Hall is extremely or-
ganized and effective in
developing computerized
S 4 information forms and
tracking data. When orga-
nizing a recent project, she
-, ~developed all the forms
needed to gather and man-
.age information for eight
different districts, 20 tutors,
and approximately 100 slu-
dents which allowed PAEC.
to track costs and invoice
districts as required.
PAEC's Judy Hall. She is always on time,.
usually early, and stays ur-*
til the job is done. She doesn't wait to be given addition
work; she takes the initiative and determines what needs tu
be done. She has been with PAEC since March 2001 anc
has provided technical support not only to staff, but also to
families in many of her jobs.
She is married the Rev. Tim Hall, pastor of Gully Springs
Baptist Church in Bonifay. They have three children and
six grandchildren. Her oldest son, Steven, has just returned
to Britain from service in Iraq.


Chipola College Foundation elects officers; notes benefits of donating


Chuck Hudson of Mari-
anna was named president
of the Chipola College
Foundation at the founda-
tion's recent annual meet-
ing.
Libby Spence of Mari-
anna was elected vice presi-
dent and Dr. Alex Dudley
of Marianna was chosen as


Submitted photo
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Williams, Jr. recently made a gener-
ous donation to the Chipola Foundation for the Lonnie
A. Williams, Sr. Endowment in memory of Earl's fa-
ther. The Williams are long-time supporters of the col-
lege and among the college's biggest sports fans.

Chipola College spring registration


Registration for the 2008
Spring Semester at Chipola
College is Jan. 2 for return-
ing students and Jan. 3 for
new students. New student
testing begins Jan. 2. Class-
es begin Jan. 4.
Chipola's open-door
policy allows any student
with a high school diploma
to enroll after completing
an application and provid-
ing high school or college
transcripts. Chipola offers
college credit courses dur-
ing the day and evening,
and also online and through
independent study. The col-
lege awards the Associate
in Arts (AA) degree, which
guarantees acceptance to
Florida's public universi-
ties. Chipola also offers
Bachelor's degree programs
in Business Administration
and Secondary Education
and Middle School Educa-
tion with majors in Math-
ematics or Science. Chipola
also offers several Associ-
ate in Science (AS) pro-
grams, as well as a number
of Workforce Development
programs which provide
training for high wage jobs.
Chipola's University
Center provides opportuni-
ties for students to Jiursue



OIT


ABOUT
Things to do in
Washington,
Holmes and
Surrounding
Counties

Check out or
submit events
at
chipleypaper.com
or
bonifaynow.com


a number of bachelor's
and graduate degrees from
FSU, UWF and Troy on the
Chipola campus.
For more information,
call the, Chipola Registra-
tion Office at 718-2211,
or visit Chipola at www.
chipola.edu.


vice president-elect.
During the 2006-2007
fiscal year, some 1,553 stu-
dents were awarded more
than $987,000 in schol-
arship funds through the
Foundation. The 2006-07
annual audit lists total as-
sets of more than $15 mil-
lion.


Submitted photo
New officers were elected at the Chipola College Foun-
dation's recent annual meeting. Here, incoming presi-
dent Chuck Hudson (right) greets outgoing president
Rex Wimberly.


Foundation director Julie
Fuqua reports that the ma-
jority of the Foundation's
assets consist of scholarship
endowments established by
families and organizations
throughout Chipola's five-
county district. The Founda-
tion manages 125 endowed
funds, and over 50 active
funds-in/funds-out schol-
arships. The Foundation's
investment and spending
policy requires that 5% of
the Foundation's assets be
held locally in Chipola's
five-county district.
The Foundation also
provides tax-sheltered op-
portunities for donors.
Fuqua says that in addition
to general donations, me-
morial gifts have become a
popular gesture for remem-
bering someone. The family
receives notification that a
donation has been made in
memory of their loved one.
Donors also may designate
the purpose of a memorial
contribution, such as a li-
brary book, scholarship, or
for fine arts, or other pro-
grams. All donors receive
a confirmation card for tax
purposes.
In addition to private do-
nations, the Foundation re-


ceives money from the state
of Florida's matching fund
program for scholarships.
As state matching funds
are made available, the
Foundation may apply for
a dollar for dollar match or
a $4 match for every $6 in
privately donated funds de-
pending on the designated
purpose of the funds.
One large source of
scholarships within the,
Foundation is The McLen-
don Educational Trust. An.-
nually, the Foundation ap-
plies for funding from the.
trust established by the late,
Violet McLendon of Mari-
anna. Scholarships from
this fund are awarded on the
basis of merit and financial.
need.
The Foundation also has
emergency loan accounts
set up by three individu-
als that loan money against
Pell Grants or student loans.
Students may receive up to
$200 to be repaid to the
Foundation at two percent
interest.
The Foundation is a Fed-
eral 501 c3 non-profit corpo-
ration and a state non-profit
sales tax exempt organi2a-
tion. For information about
the Chipola Foundation,





Wednesday, December 19, 2007, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 7B

OBITUARIES


Lucyle N. Remus
Lucyle Newsom Remus,
86, of Bonifay died Dec. 4 at
Southeast Alabama Medical
Center in Dothan, Ala. She
was born in Vernon Sept.
13, 1921, daughter of the
late Barney Lee and Cleo
Parish Newsom.
In addition to her par-
ents, Remus was preceded
in death by her husband,
Andrew Remus; two sisters,
Gloria Newsom Logan and
Grace Newsom Howell, and
two brothers, Willard New-
som and Lionel "Bo" New-
som.
Survivors include a sis-
ter, Betty Jean Bailey of
Fort Walton Beach; a sister-
in-law, Clara Newsom of
Bonifay, several nieces and
nephews.
Services were held Dec.
7 at First United Methodist
Church in Bonifay with Dr.
Jeff Spicer officiating.
Burial was in Bonifay
City Cemetery with Peel
Funeral Home of Bonifay
directing.

Robert Wood Jr.
Robert William Wood Jr.,
77, of Sunny Hills died Nov.
28 at Bay Medical Center in
Panama City. He had lived
in Chipley for the last three
months, moving there from
Bangor, Maine.
Wood was of the Presby-
terian faith.
Survivors include his
wife, Dolores Wood of Sun-
ny Hills; a son, Robert Wil-
liam Wood III and wife, Sal-
ly, of New Jersey; daughter,
Ilene Sabky of Sunny Hills,
and four grandchildren.
Memorialization was by
cremation with Brown Fu-
neral Home of Chipley in
charge of directions.

Irene Harris
Irene Pelham Harris, 92,
of Graceville died Dec. 11 at
Southeast Alabama Medical
Center in Dothan, Ala. She
was born intGeneva County,
Ala., Nov. 21, 1915, to the
late John Wesley and Rosa
Belle Singletary Baxley.
She was a member of
Pleasant Hill Primitive Bap-
tist Church.
Harris was preceded in


death by her husbands, John
Clyde Pelham and James
Archie Harris.
Survivors include three
daughters and two sons-
in-law, Joyce Benington of
Birmingham, Ala., Joan and
Jim Smith of Tallahassee,
Janie and Larry Sewell of
Graceville; three sons and
daughters-in-law, Jerry L.
and Peggy Pelham, Joe and
Diane Pelham, all of Do-
than, Johnny and Karen Pel-
ham of Tallahassee; seven
grandchildren and six great-
grandchildren.
Funeral was held Dec. 14
at First Baptist Church in
Graceville.
Burial was in Pleasant
Hill (Collins Mill) Cem-
etery with James & Lipford
Funeral Home of Graceville
directing.
Memorials may be made
to Pleasant Hill Cemetery
Fund, % Peoples Bank of
Graceville, P.O. Box 596,
Graceville, FL 32440.

Mattie Sullivan
Mattie Lee Sullivan, 84,
of Marianna died there Dec.
10. She was a native and
life-long resident of Jackson
County.
Sullivan was a member
of Page Pond Assembly of
God and a homemaker.
She was preceded in
death by her husband, Wal-
ter Franklin Sullivan; a
daughter, Eunice Sullivan;
and a son, Raymond How-
ard Sullivan.
Survivors include three
sons and two daughters-in-
law, Carl and Marqurite Sul-
livan, David Sullivan, Gary
Wayne and Wanda Sullivan,
all of Marianna; a daughter
and son-in-law, Betty and
John Broome of Panama
City; three sisters, Lou
Hulsburg of Jacksonville,
Myrtice Evans of New Port
Richey and Myrtle Mercer
of Dothan; nine grandchil-
dren and 24 great-grandchil-
dren.
Services ,were held Dec.
13 in the funeral home
chapel with the revs. John
Broome and Charles Powell
officiating.
Burial was in Lipford
Cemetery with James &
Sikes Funeral Home, Mad-


dox Chapel, directing.

Myrtle R.
Crutchfield
Myrtle Ruth Harper
Crutchfield, 85, of Vernon
died Dec. 6 at her home.
She was born Jan. 3, 1922,
in Vernon to the late Wil-
liam and Jennie Ann Tharp
Harper.
She was preceded in death
by her parents, a brother,
Roy Harper; sister, Jewel
Lemieux; and a grandson,
Tommy Bailey.
Survivors include three
sons and two daughters-in-
law, Miley David and Cathy
Bailey Jr. of Greensburg,
La., George Ronnie and
Kathy Ann Bailey of South-
port, William Harper Bailey
of Albuquerque, New Mexi-
co; two daughters and sons-
in-law, Wilma Nell and Ger-
ald McGregor of Denham
Springs, La., and Judy Beth
Cosson of Vernon; a sis-
ter, Lucy Bettenger of East
Point, 15 grandchildren, 34
great-grandchildren and two
great-great-grandchildren.
Services were held Dec.
10 at Liberty Church in Ver-
non with the Rev. Dennis
Boyett officiating.
Burial as in New Hope
Methodist Church Cem-
etery in Washington County
with Peel Funeral Home of
Bonifay directing.

Margaret Wilcox
Margaret Maude Cas-
well Johnson Wilcox, 82,
of Bonifay died Dec. 11 at
Doctors Memorial Hospital
in Bonifay. She was born
May 23, 1925, in Freeport,
daughter of the late George
Sylvester and Callie Mae
Henderson Caswell.
She owned a country
store in Crestview for many
years.
In addition to her father,
she was preceded in death
by her mother, Callie Mae
Henderson Caswell Ham-
mond; her husband of 17
years, Lemuel M. Johnson;
four brothers, George Lee
Caswell, Harold Caswell,
Wray Caswell, and Scott
Hammond.
She is survived by her
husband of 41 years, Jo-


seph Benjamin Wilcox of
Bonifay; one son, Johnny
Johnson and wife, Dian, of
Westville; a daughter, Doris
Spears and husband, Jack,
of Bonifay; two brothers,
Emory S. Hammond and
wife, Edwina, of DeFuniak
Springs, Vester Hammond of
Latour, Mo.; a sister, Nellie
Mae Waggoner of DeFuniak
Springs, three grandchildren
and seven great-grandchil-
dren.
Services were held Dec.
14 in the funeral home cha-
pel with the Rev. Shelly
Chandler officiating.
Burial was in Hatcher
Cemetery in Freeport with
Peel Funeral Home of
Bonifay directing.
Memorial contributions
may be made to Gideons or
the church of your choice.

Justin M. King
Justin Michael King, 24,
of Vernon died Dec. 11 in
Washington County due to
an auto accident. He was
born Aug. 17, 1983, in Tal-
lahassee.
King was preceded in
death by his grandpar-
ents, Preston and Arebelle
Hughes, and an uncle, Bud-
dy Hughes.
Survivors include his
parents, Jonathan and Caro-
lyn Cook of Vernon; his fa-
ther, John W. King; his wife,
Kristen King of Wewahi-
tchka; two brothers, Joshua
Thomas Cook and Jordan
Austin Cook, both of Ver-
non; two stepsons, Michael
Lee and Nicholas Lee, both
of Panama City; paternal
grandparents, Winfred and
Jo Ann Cook of Vernon;
several aunts, uncles and
cousins.
Services were Dec. 15 at
Eastside Baptist Church in
Vernon with Chaplain Mike
Vosbrink officiating.
Burial followed in Weeks
Cemetery, Washington
County, with Peel Funeral
Home of Bonifay directing.

Mary K. Kelly
Mary Kate Hart Kelly,
88, died recently. She was
born May 22, 1919, in El-
laville, Ga., daughter of the
late Isaac and Katie McNeal
Hart. She lived in Colum-


bus, Ga., for 72 years and
spent the last few years in
Chipley.
Kelly was employed by
A&P Grocery for 25 years.
She taught Sunday school
for many years and at the
time of her death was a
member of Evangel Temple
of Columbus.
In addition to her parents,
she was preceded in death
by her husband, Frank Jack-
son Kelly; two sisters, Ei-
leen and Ariney Hart.
Survivors include two
daughters and sons-in-law,
Mary Frances and Jim Lewis
of McDonough, Ga., Shirley
and Mel Bartholow of Chi-
pley; five grandchildren and
eight great-grandchildren.
Graveside services were
held Dec. 15 at Parkhill
Cemetery in Columbus with
the Rev. Chuck Odom offi-
ciating and Striffler-Hamby
Funeral Home directing.
Information courtesy of
Brown Funeral Home, Chi-
pley.

Odice M. Cook
Odice Mainer Cook, 88,
of Bonifay died Dec. 13 in
Panama City. She was born
Aug. 6, 1919, in Washington
County to the late George
and Rebecca Mainer.
In addition to her parents,
she was preceded in death
by her husband of 52 years,
Lloyd E. Cook.
Survivors include a
daughter and son-in-law,
Waulene and Tom Beasley
of Panama City; a sister,
Bertha Sirmons of Bonifay;
two grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.
Services were held Dec.
16 at St. Johns Freewill
Baptist Church in Bonifay
with the Rev. Jeep Sullivan
officiating.
Burial was in the church
cemetery with Peel Funeral
Home of Bonifay directing.
Memorial donations may
be made to Covenant Hos-
pice, 107 West 19th Street,
Panama City, FL 32405.

Randall Tutton
Randall Steven Tutton,
54, of Parker died Dec. 13 at
his home there. He was the
son of the late Joseph Tutton
and Verbie (Johnson) Tut-


ton.
Survivors include two
daughters, Veronica Spikes
and husband, Johnny, of
Panama City, Brandi Tut-
ton and husband, Joey, of
Marianna; one son, Jeffrey
Tutton of Vernon; two sis-
ters, Sharon Ward and hus-
band, Keith, Karen St. Cere
and husband, Charles, all of
Vernon; a brother, Phillip
Tutton of Vernon, and five
grandchildren.
Funeral was held Dec.
15 at Poplar Head Free Will
Baptist Church with the
Revs. Wesley Hall and John
Pettis officiating.
Burial was in the church
cemetery with Sims Funeral
Home of Bonifay in charge
of arrangements.

Peter Leonard
Peter Leonard, 84 of Chi-
pley died Dec. 14. Leon-
ard moved to Chipley from
Inverness. He was born in
Hoboken, NJ, on March 30,
1923.
A U.S. Army veteran of
World War II and survivor of
the "Battle of the Bulge", he
received a Purple Heart and
many other medals and deco-
rations. He retired from the
Clarkstown, New York school
system.
He was preceded in death
by his wife of 60 years, Nan-
cy Jean Blackford Leonard.
He is survived by his step-
mother, Genevieve Leonard
of Monroe Township, NJ; two
sons, Peter Leonard of New
Tazewell, TX, John Leonard
of Maynardville, Tenn.; four
daughters, Barbara Schmidt of
Chipley, Carol Carter of Flor-
ence, Ala, Laurie Natale of
Chipley, Grace McErlean of
Crystal River; a brother, Guy
Leonard of Jamesburg, NY.;
two sisters, Lillian Kelly of
Crystal River; Gerry Brann-
berg of Olympia, Wash.; nine
grandchildren and four great-
grandchildren.
Sgrtvices were Dec. 16,
in the funeral home chapel
with Rev. Chester Padgett
officiating. Military honors
were provided by the Sneads
American Legion Post #241.
Memorialization by crema-
tion with James 4 Lipford
Funeral Home of Graceville
directing.


The Stevenson Compan-
ion Animal Life Care Cen-
ter answers questions many
pet owners have on their
mind about who will care
for their pets when they no
longer can. Not only is this
special home unique at Tex-
as A&M, it is also the only
lilace like it in the country.
The Stevenson Center
opened in March of 1993
and was a vision of Dr. Ned
Ellet, who is retired staff of
the College of Veterinary
Medicine & Biomedical
Sciences. He dreamed of
a: refuge for pets after their
owners had died, a place
where the pet would receive
quality care and lots of af-
fection. Madilin Stevenson
and the Luce Foundation
believed in Ellet's inspi-
rational dream and gener-
o:usly provided the funds to
make the center a reality.
Currently, the Stevenson
Center has 320 pets enrolled
located in 18 states. Pets are
sent to the Stevenson Cen-
ter through the direction of
the owner's will.
"To have a pet enrolled at
the center, the owner must
make an endowment to the
CVM," states Ellie Green-
baum, assistant to the direc-
tor at the Stevenson Center.
"Some of this endow-
ment will be used to pur-
chase all the supplies the
pet needs for the remainder
of its life. When the pet's
life ends, the rest of the en-
dowment will go to the uni-
versity to further its educa-


tional programs."
The center tries to make
everything as convenient as
possible for pet owners. For
example, when the owners
die, a representative from
the Stevenson Center will
drive anywhere in Texas to
retrieve the pet.
When the pet arrives
on campus, it is first taken
to the Veterinary Medical
Teaching Hospital to have a
full physical and receive all
needed shots. After the pet
has been fully examined, it
will be taken to the Steven-
son Center. The staff has a
slow process of integrating
new pets into the Stevenson
Center "family" to ensure
that each animal has adapt-
ed for the change.
The goal of the Steven-
son Center is to provide a
home-like environment for
pets while giving excellent
care. The center is located
on 10 acres and is equipped
with a bird sanctuary, two
large .-rooms reserved only
for cats, a sunroom, many
comfy beds, a stable in the
back, a spacious backyard, a
beautiful garden, four live-
in caregivers and a staff of
individuals who deeply care
about animals.
There is always at least
one person at the center day
or night, even on holidays.
"The live-in caregivers
are either veterinary medi-
cal students or undergradu-
ate students who are study-
ing biomedical sciences,"
said Greenbaum. "The stu-


dents are provided with liv-
ing facilities, in exchange
for their loving care for the
animals."
The Stevenson Center's
staff works diligently to en-
sure that each animal's need
is met and all students and
staff are trained in animal
behavior and proper animal
care.
The house has the capa-
bility of housing up to 60
animals comfortably. This
number may seem high,
but upon visiting the cen-
ter it is easy to see how it
would work. The house it-
self is 8,300 square feet and
throughout it, animals can
be seen lounging on large
beds with comfy blankets.
The most unique part of
the Stevenson Center was
dedicated by Mrs. Steven-
son herself. She provided
the funds for a sunroom
located in the back of the
facility a glass-enclosed
area for cats to lounge, a
"cat only" area where feline
friends relax or play on one
of the many cat towers.
The Stevenson Cen-
ter serves as the answer to
many pet owners' prayers
and a great second home for
any pet. The staff and stu-
dents at the Stevenson Cen-
ter strive daily to ensure that
each pet receives enough
love and care for a lifetime.
By combining loving indi-
viduals with quality animal
care, the Stevenson Center
serves as the perfect rest ha-
ven for pets after their own-


ers pass.
For more information on
the Stevenson Center call
979-845-1188 or go to the
college's Web site at www.
cvm.tamu.edu.
Pet Talk is a service of
the College of Veterinary
Medicine & Biomedi-
cal Sciences, Texas A&M
University. Stories can be
viewed on the World Wide
Web at http://tamunews.
tamu.edu/.


Senior companions needed
Senior companions are needed by Elder Care Services,
Inc. Anyone 60 or older and living on a limited income is
invited to investigate the program.
Volunteers receive assistance with an annual physical
examination. They will be reimbursed each month at 44.5
cents per mile and receive a tax-free stipend (hourly pay,
not counted as income).
The Senior Companion Program "gives you an opportu-
nity to serve your community," reports Gina Smith of Elder
Care Services.


We'll always be

here for you...


Clary-Glenn
FUNERAL HOMES
Locally owned and family operated


Walton County communities have relied
on Clary-Glenn Funeral Homes for
burial and cremation services for more
than 75 years. Followinggenerations of
family tradition, Joel and Paula Glenn
always strive to provide Walton County
families with the highest level of service
and convenience available. That's why it
was not a surprise when they recently
announced the purchase of their
previously leased Clary-Glenn Freeport
Chapel Funeral Home in Freeport. Joel
and Paula commitment to Walton
County is stronger than ever. You can
depend on that.


Clary-Glenn Funeral Home
230 Park Avenue DeFuniak Springs, FL
(850) 892-2511
Clary-Glenn Freeport Chapel Funeral Home
150 East Highway 20 Freeport, FL
(850) 835-2511


Joel Glenn, LFD, Owner Paula Glenn, Owner/Preneed agent


PET TALK


-------------







* GB Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser Wednesday, December 19, 2007








CLASSIFIED ADS. Classified ads are published in the Wednesday issues of the Washington County News, Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Weekly Advertiser and the Weekend Edition. Cost is $6.50 per
week for the first 20 words, plus 25 cents per word for each word over 20.
Deadlines for insertion, correction or cancellation are Monday at 12:00 Noon for the Weekly Advertiser, Holmes County Times-Advertiser and Wednesday News; Thursday at 12:00 Noon for the Weekend
Edition. The Newslimes-Advertiser will be responsible for errors in the first insertion only. Any errors after the first insertion are the responsibility of the customer. Credit will be given on the first insertion for errors L
only for the portion of the ad in which they occur. ADS WILL BE PUBLISHED ONLY AFTER PAYMENT RECEIVED. For your convenience, you may charge your classified ads to your Visa or Mastercard.
FRAA $Holmes C
For Your Convenience We Accept & REACH OVER 40,000 READERS FOR AS LITTLE AS $6.50 P.O. Box


638-0212


638-4242


547-9414
MAILING ADDRESSES
county Times-Advertiser Washington County News
S67, Bonifay, FL 32425 PO. Box 627, Chipley, FL 32428


/ 1100

V 1WASHINGTON BOULE-
VARD
N .NOIJNISiMC Plans and specifications
can be obtained at:
1100 Legal Advertising
1110 Classified Notices Washington County Ad-
1120 Public Notices/ ministrative Office, 1331
Announcements South Blvd. Chipley, FL
1130 Adoptions 32428.
1140 Happy Ads
1150-Personals Completion date for this
1160 -.Lost project will be 120 days
1170 Found for base bid and 90 days
Sfor Alternate 1 and 2 from
the date of the Notice to
Proceed presented to the
successful bidder. Wash-
ADVERTISEMENT FOR ington County reserves
BIDS the right to select one bid-
der for all projects or indi-
WASHINGTON COUNTY vidual bidders for separate
COMMISSION road improvement proj-
ects. The contract
WASHINGTON BOULE- timeframe will be negoti-
VARD ated by Washington
County and any individual
NOTICE TO RECEIVE contractor that is awarded
SEALED BIDS an individual road im-
provement project. Liqui-
The WASHINGTON dated damages for failure
COUNTY BOARD OF to complete the project on
COUNTY COMMISSION- the specified date will be
ERS will receive sealed set at $500.00 per day.
bids from any qualified
person, company or cor- Please indicate on the en-
poration interested in con- velope that this is a sealed
structing the following bid, the project name, and
project: what the bid is for.


Announcements


GET COVERED....Run your ad
STATEWIDE! You can run your
classified ad in over 100 Florida.
newspapers for $475. Call this
newspaper or (866)742-1373 for
more details or visit: www.florida-
classifieds.com.


Building Supplies


METAL ROOFING. SAVE $$$ buy
direct from manufacturer. 20 colors in
stock with all accessories. Quick turn
around. Delivery Available.. (352)498-
0778 Toll free (888)393-0335 code 24.
www.GulfCoastSupply.com.


Business Opportunities


ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE Do
you earn $800/day? 30 Machines, Free
Candy All for $9,995. (888)629-9968
B02000033. CALL US: We will not be
undersold!

Hottest! Fastest Growing! Home-
based Business Opportunity of the
Decade! Personal Training Provided.
6-7 Figure Income Potential. Not MLM.
Call Now (888)874-9344.

ESTABLISHED RESTAURANT in
Uptown Rockingham, NC. Complete
& ready for a new owner. Real estate
& all equipment, $150,000. Financing
available to qualified buyers. Iron Horse
Properties (910)997-2248.


Along with the bid, con-
tractors are to submit a
bid bond amounting to 5
percent of base bid. Be-
fore finalizing a contract,
contractors are to furnish
performance, labor and
material bonds amounting
to 100 percent of contract
sum. An authorized agent
who is a resident in Flor-
ida, who is qualified for
the execution of such in-
struments, shall counter-
sign these bonds and the
bond shall have attached
thereto Power of Attorney
of the signing official.
Bids, accompanied by the
Public Entity Crime State-
ment and Bid Bond, must
be submitted upon the
standard forms furnished
by Preble-Rish, Inc. The
bid must conform to Sec-
tion 287.133(3) Florida
Statutes, on public entity
crimes. The right is re-
served, as the interest of
the Owner may require, to
reject any and all bids and
to waive any informality in
bids received.
Attention of bidders is
called to the Licensing
Law of Florida. All bidders
must comply with all appli-


I 1100
cable state and local laws
concerning licensing, reg-
istration and regulation of
contractors doing busi-
ness in Florida.
Attention of the bidders is
particularly called to the
requirements as to condi-
tions of employment to be
observed and minimum
wage rates to be paid un-
der the Contract, Section
3 Segregated Facilities,
Section 109, Executive Or-
der 11246, and all applica-
ble laws and regulations
of the Federal Govern-
ment and State of Florida.
Washington County is an
Equal Opportunity Em-
ployer and encourages
minority and women
owned businesses to par-
ticipate in this project as
prime or sub-contractor.
Bids will be received until
3:00 P.M. Central Time, on
January 2, 2008 at the
Washington County Com-
mission Office at 1331
South Blvd. Chipley, Fl,
32428 and will be opened
and read aloud at the
Washington County Com-
mission Office at 3:05
p.m. on January 2, 2008
The Board reserves the


recent OTR required Call toll free:
(877)258-8782.

Driver-BYNUM TRANSPORT-
needs qualified drivers for Central
Florida- Local & National OTR
positions. Food grade tanker, no
hazmat, no pumps, great benefits,
competitive pay & new equipment.
(866)GO-BYNUM. Need 2 years
experience.

Driver: DON'T JUST START
YOUR CAREER, START IT
RIGHT! Company Sponsored CDL
training in 3 weeks. Must be 21. Have
CDL? Tuition reimbursement! CRST.
(866)917-2778.

Drivers-Flatbed Recent Average
$927.00/wk Late Model Equipment,
Strong Freight Network, 401K, Blue
Cross Insurance (800)771-6318
www.primeinc.com.

Our top driver made $54,780 in
2006 running our Florida region.
Home weekly and during the week!
401k! Blue Cross/Blue Shield! 1
Year OTR experience required.
HEARTLAND EXPRESS (800)441-
4953 www.heartlandexpress.com.

Drivers Regional $1,100 +/wk.
J'ville Terminal 100% Co. Pd
Benefits Must have Class A 100K
miles. Pd Car Haul Training! Call
John @ Waggoners (866)413-3074.

Professional Bodyguard
Opportunities. Earn up to $200,000
per year. Free training. All traveling
expenses paid. No Felonies. No
Experience OK. (866)271-7779.
www.bodwvuardsunlimited.net.


Employment Services


Get Crane Trained! Crane/Heavy
Equip Training. National Certification.
Placement Assistance. Financial
Assistance. Georgia School of
Construction. www.Heavy5.com Use
code "FLCNH" or call (866)218-2763.

Notice: Post Office Positions Now
Available. Avg. Pay $20/hour or $57K
annually including Federal Benefits and
OT. Get your exam guide materials now.
(866)713-4492 USWA. Fee Req.


Help Wanted


CALL TODAY! Guaranteed Home
'Christmas Day Sign-On Bonus &
Benefits 36-43 cpm/$1.20pm $0 Lease
/ Teams Needed Class A and 3 mos


Miscellaneous


NOW AVAILABLE! 2007 POST
OFFICE JOBS. $18-$20/HR. NO
EXPERIENCE. PAID TRAINING.
FED BENEFITS. VACATIONS.
CALL (800)910-9941 TODAY! REF
#FL07.

AIRLINES ARE HIRING
- Train for high paying Aviation
Maintenance Career. FAA approved
program. Financial aid if qualified
- Job placement assistance. CALL
Aviation Institute of Maintenance
(888)349-5387.


1100 1100
right to reject any and all LIE JEAN RITTER; IF LIV-
bids. ING, INCLUDING ANY
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
Cost for Plans and Specifi- SAID DEFENDANT(S), IF
cations will be $150.00 per REMARRIED, AND IF DE-
set and is non-refundable. CEASED THE RESPEC-
Checks should be made TIVE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
payable to Preble-Rish, DEVISEES, GRANTEES
Inc. ASSIGNEES, CREDI-
As published in the Wash- TORS, LIENORS, AND
ington County News De- TRUSTEES, AND ALL
cember 5, 12, 19, 2007. OTHER PERSONS
___CLAIMING BY, THROUGH
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT UNDER OR AGAINST THE
OF THE FOURTEENTH NAMED DEFENDANTSS;
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF UNKNOWN TENANT #1;
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, UNKNOWN TENANT #2;
IN AND FOR WASHING-
TON COUNTY CIVIL DIVI- Defendants)
SION
NOTICE OF SALE
CASE NO. 67-07-CA-360 Notice is hereby given
Notice is hereby given
21ST MORTGAGE COR- that, pursuant to a Final
PORATION F/K/A 21ST Summary Judgment of
CENTURY HOME MORT- Foreclosure entered in the
GAGE CORPORATION, above-styled cause, in the
Circuit Court of Washing-
Plaintiff ton County, Florida, I will
sell the property situate in
vs. Washington County, Flor-
ida, described as:
RONALD WAYNE RITTER
A/K/A RONALD W. RIT- COMMENCING AT THE
TER; UNKNOWN SOUTHWEST CORNER
SPOUSE OF RONALD OF SECTION 25, TOWN-
WAYNE RITTER A/K/A SHIP 1 NORTH, RANGE
RONALD W. RITTER; BIL- 13 WEST, WASHINGTON
LIE JEAN RITTER; UN- COUNTY, FLORIDA;
KNOWN SPOUSE OF BIL- THENCE NORTH 01 DE-
GREES. 36 MINUTES, 45


justice. Job placement assistance.
Financial aid and computer provided if
qualified. Call (866)858-2121, www.O
nlineTidewaterTech.com.


Real Estate


COASTAL GA 1/2 acre+ $89,900
Incredible community, water & marsh
views, Year- round temperate weather.
Near Golden Isles. Enjoy boating,
fishing, walking, family/retirement
living. Great financing available.
CALL (888)513-9958.

NEW HOMES GREENVILLE, SC
Owner Financing. 4.75% Int./ 5%
Down/From $120k-250k. Immediate
Occupancy. Call (888)862-3572 or
www.towerhomes.com.

3-35 Acre Tracts near Moultrie, GA.
Wooded acreage with lots of paved
road frontage. $8,000 per acre. Call
Norris Bishop Realty @ (229)890-
1186.

5000sqft custom built home on 10
acres. Includes stocked pond, dock,
pond house, located 10 minutes south
of Tifton, GA. Great location! Call
Norris Bishop Realty' @ (229)890-
1186.

Beautiful NC Mountains Boone,
Blowing Rock, Banner Elk. Let the
local experts at MAP Realty find that
perfect' property for you. (828)262-
5655 or www.maprealtyboone.com.


Steel Buildings


BUILDINGS FOR SALE! "Lowest
Prices of THE YEAR!" 25x30 Now
$4100. 25x40 $5400. 30x40 $6400.
35x50 $8790. 35x70 $11,990. 40x80
$14,900. Others. MANUFACTURER
DIRECT...(800)668-5422.

All Steel Buildings. National
Manufacturer. 40x60 to 100x250
Factory direct to contractor
or customer. (800)658-2885
www.rigidbuilding.com.






A ADVERTISING NETWORKS OF
ADVERTISING NETWORKS OF FLORIDA


Classified I Display I Metro Daily


ONLINE
business,
criminal


( Week of Dec. 17, 2007)


Call one of our

"ad-visors" and put the

Classifieds to

WORK FOR YOU!


WASHINGTON COUNTY
NEWS
(850) 638-0212

HOLMES COUNTY
TIMES-ADVERTISER
(850) 547-9414


ATTEND COLLEGE
from home. Medical,
paralegal, computers,


-Noma


1100 I I 1100 1100
SECONDS EAST, ALONG KNOWN PARTIES MAY
THE WESTERLY BOUND- Division Probate CLAIM AN INTEREST AS
ARY OF THE SOUTH- SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVI-
WEST 1/4 OF SAID SEC- Deceased. SEES, GRANTEES, OR
TION 25, A DISTANCE OF OTHER CLAIMANTS;
1392.44 FEET TO A LINE NOTICE TO CREDITORS JOHN DOE AND JANE
66.00 FEET NORTH OF DOE AS UNKNOWN TEN-
AND PARALLEL WITH The administration of the ANTS IN POSSESSION
THE SOUTHERLY estate of Kathleen Allen, DEFENDANTS)
BOUNDARY OF THE deceased, whose date of
SOUTH 1/2 OF THE death was July 5, 2006, RE- NOTICE OF FORE-
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF THE and whose social security CLOSURE SALE
SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF SAID number is 4589, is pend-
SECTION 25; THENCE ing in the Circuit Court for NOTICE IS HEREBY
SOUTH 88 DEGREES, 41 Washington County, Flor- GIVEN pursuant to an Or-
MINUTES, 10 SECONDS ida, Probate Division, the der Granting the Motion to
EAST, ALONG SAID PAR- address of which is 201 Reset Foreclosure Sale
ALLEL LINE, A DISTANCE W. Jackson Ave., Suite 6,, dated Nov. 30, 2007 en-
OF 621.68 FEET, Chipley, Florida 32428. tered in Civil Case No.
THENCE NORTH 11 DE- The names and addresses 67-07-CA-085 of the Cir-
GREES, 00 MINUTES, 17 of the personal represent- cult Court of the 14TH Ju-
SECONDS EAST A DIS- ative and the personal dicial Circuit in and for
TANCE OF 285.62 FEET representative's attorney WASHINGTON County,
TO THE POINT OF BE- are set forth below. CHIPLEY, Florida, I will
GINNING, FROM SAID sell to the highest and
POINT OF BEGINNING, All creditors of the dece- best bidder for cash at
CONTINUE NORTH 11 dent and other persons THE FRONT DOOR of the
DEGREES, 00 MINUTES, having claims or demands WASHINGTON County
17 SECONDS EAST A against decedent's estate Courthouse at 1293 JACK-
DISTANCE OF 320.02 on whom a copy of this SON AVE., CHIPLEY Flor-
FEET TO THE NORTH- notice is required to be ida, at 11:00 a.m. on the
ERLY BOUNDARY OF served must file their 15 day of Jan., 2008 the
SAID SOUTH 1/ OF THE claims with this court following described prop-
NORTHWEST % OF THE WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 erty as set forth in said
SOUTHWEST 1/4; THENCE MONTHS AFTER THE Summary Final Judgment,
SOUTH 88 DEGREES, 40 TIME OF THE FIRST PUB- to-wit:
MINUTES, 07 SECONDS LOCATION OF THIS NO- A PARCEL OF LAND 190
EAST, ALONG SAID TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER FEET EAST AND WEST
NORTHERLY BOUNDARY THE DATE OF SERVICE BY 405 FEET NORTH
A DISTANCE OF 389.00 OF A COPY OF THIS AND SOUTH IN THE CITY
FEET, THENCE SOUTH NOTICE ON THEM. OF CHIPLEY, FLORIDA,
01 DEGREES, 30 MIN- BOUNDED BY COM-
UTES, 03 SECONDS All other creditors of the MENCING AT A POINT
WEST, A DISTANCE OF decedent and other per- ON THE SOUTHERN
315.39 FEET; THENCE sons having claims or de- RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF
NORTH 88 DEGREES, 40 mands against decedent's STATE ROAD #273
MINUTES, 43 SECONDS estate must file their (A/K/A SOUTH BOULE-
WEST, A DISTANCE OF claims with this court VARD), WHICH POINT IS
441.84 FEET TO THE WITHIN 3 MONTHS AF- 350 FEET WEST OF EAST
POINT OF BEGINNING. TER THE DATE OF THE LINE OF THE NW 1/4 OF
To include a: FIRST PUBLICATION OF THE NW 1/4 OF SECTION
2007 Nobility Homes, Inc. THIS NOTICE. 9, TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH,
VIN N813138A 97233989 RANGE 13 WEST, WASH-
2007 Nobility Homes, Inc. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED INGTON COUNTY, FLOR-
VIN N813138B97234018 WITHIN THE TIME PERI- IDA, AND RUNNING
A/K/A ODS SET FORTH IN SEC- THENCE WEST 190
TION 733.702 OF THE FEET, THENCE RUN
748 C Greyhound Lane FLORIDA PROBATE SOUTH 405 FEET,
Youngstown, FL 32446 CODE WILL BE FOREVER THENCE RUN EAST 190
BARRED. FEET, THENCE RUN
at public sale, to the high- NORTH 405 FEET BACK
est and best bidder, for NOTWITHSTANDING THE TO THE POINT OF BE-
cash, on the front steps of TIME PERIODS SET GINNING. SUBJECT TO A
the Washington County FORTH ABOVE, ANY 14 FOOT WIDE INGRESS
Courthouse, Highway 90, CLAIM FILED TWO (2) AND EGRESS EASE-
Chipley, Florida at at YEARS OR MORE AFTER MENT ALONG THE EAST
11:00 o'clock, A.M. Cen- THE DECEDENT'S DATE LINE AS RECORDED IN
tral Standard Time, on OF DEATH IS BARRED. OFFICIAL RECORDS
Jan. 2, 2008. BOOK 510, PAGE 237
DATED THIS 6 DAY OF The date of the first publi-
DEC., 2007. cation of this notice is De- Any person claiming an
Any person claiming an cember 12, 2007. interest in the surplus from
interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than
the sale, if any, other than Attorney for Personal Rep- the property owner as of
the property owner as of resentative: the date of the lis pend-
the date of the lis pend- Kevin M. Lyons ens, must file a claim
ens, must file a claim Florida Bar No. 0092274 within 60 days after the
within 60 days after the Lyons & Lyons, PA. sale.
sale. 27911 Crown Lake Blvd.,
Witness, my hand and Suite 201 Dated this 30 day of Nov.,
seal of this court on the 6 Bonita Springs, Florida 2007.
day of Dec., 2007. 34135
CLERK OF CIRCUIT Telephone: (239) Linda Hayes Cook
COURT 948-1823 Clerk of the Circuit Court
By K. McDaniel Personal Representative: By:K. McDaniel
Deputy Clerk ROBERT E. ALLEN Deputy Clerk
462 Walker Street
THIS INSTRUMENT PRE- North Babylon, New York IN ACCORDANCE WITH
PARED BY: 11704. THE AMERICANS WITH
Law Offices of As published in the Wash- DISABILITIES ACT, per-
Daniel C. Consuegra ington County New De- sons with disabilities
9204 King Palm Drive cember 12, 19, 2007. needing a special accom-
Tampa, FL 33619-1328 modation should contact
Attorneys for Plaintiff IN THE CIRCUIT COURT COURT ADMINISTRA-
OF'THE 14TH JUDICIAL TION, at the WASHING-
In accordance with the CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR TON County Courthouse
American with Disabilities WASHINGTON COUNTY, at 904-763-9061,
Act of 1990, persons FLORIDA 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or
needing a special accom- GENERAL JURISDICTION 1-800-955-8770, via Flor-
modation to participate in DIVISION ida Relay Service.
this proceeding should CASE NO:67-07-CA-085
contact the ASA Coordina- DAVID J. STERN, RA.
tor no later than seven (7) U.S. BANK, NATIONAL 801 S. UNIVERSITY
days prior to the proceed- ASSOCIATION, AS TRUS- DRIVE SUITE 500
ings. If hearing inpared, TEE FOR MASTER ASSET PLANTATION, FL 33324
please call (800) 955-9771 BACKED SECURITIES (954) 233-8000
(TDD) or (800) 955-8770 TRUST, 2006-HE2 As published in the Wash-
(voice), via Florida Relay PLAINTIFF ington County News De-
Service. cember 12,19,2007.
As published in the Wash- VS. ______cmr920
ington County News De-
cember 19,26, 62007. TINA M. STARLING; UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT TINA M. STARLING IFI 1100
FOR WASHINGTON ANY; ANY AND ALL UN- COLOR SELLS!
COUNTY, FLORIDA KNOWN PARTIES CLAIM- Get Your Classified
PROBATE DIVISION ING BY, THROUGH, UN- Y lasdein
DER, AND AGAINST THE COLOR.
File No. 67-07-CP-117 HEREIN NAMED INDIVID- Call now for details
UAL DEFENDANT(S) and be noticed!
IN RE: ESTATE OF KATH- WHO ARE NOT KNOWN 638-0212
LEEN ALLEN a/k/a KATH- TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE, or
LEEN MARY ALLEN WHETHER SAID UN- 647-9414







Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser Wednesday, December 19, 2007 9B 0


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
rionhomestead 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 nonhomestead real property to 10 percent
each year. Property will be assessed at just value
following an improvement, as defined by general
law, and may be assessed at just value following a
change of ownership or control if 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
FINANCE AND TAXATION
SECTION 3. Taxes; exemptions.--
(a) All property owned by a municipality and
tised exclusively by it for municipal or public purposes
shall be exempt from taxation. A municipality, 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
inay 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
riot 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)


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 1st 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
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


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


a leasehold initially in excess of ninety-eight years.
The exemption shall 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
assessment of homestead property at less than just
value.
(b) Not more than one exemption shall be


Ballot Title:
PROPERTY
LIMITATIONS
ASSESSMENTS


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 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) 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 five 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


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.
(e) By genera law and subject to conditions
specified therein, the exemption shall be increased to
a tota..l of twenty-five... thousand dollars of th assessed
value of the real estate for each school district levy.
By general law and subject to conditions specifid
therein, th x... option for all oth levies may be
increased up to an amount nout exceeding ten thousand
dollars of the assessed value of the real estate if the
owner has attained age sixty-five or is totally nd
per...anently disabled and if thle wnJ is not titled
to the exem.. ption provided in subsetion (d).
(d) By general law and subject to conditions
specified therein, the exemption shall be increased to

- -an -L -.. . ... -1 --L a chu:i--l, uth.to -r -- --1


disOtits. niie n thousan oinars w i espec1 ...
1980 assessments; twenty thousand dollars with
respect to 1981 assessments;, twenty-fi ve thound
dollars with rspt... to assessments for 1982 and each
year theLeafter. However, such inexease shall not
apply with respect to any assessment roll until such
roll is first detenAined to Lbe in oumplianee with the
provisions of setion 4 by a state ageny design... ated
by general law. This subsection shall stand ..pealed
on the effective date of any amendmnt to sectio
4 whi.h provides for the aessment o uf huomestad
pUoperty at a spe filed percentage of ito just value.
c)f(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
theirrespective 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 veferan 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
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.


reat estamro, mmi tevy uEne, mmi muse ai sunarm





* 10B Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser Wednesday, December 19, 2007


3I MSINE ,SS WIJA auto OO 2O5 3tR v$o 2e o e

TAP SONS A9fore5s more info at 850-547-5886 850 638-7304 pr ces P&S Discount Fur tany debts incurred o their
SOSS ally Washington 1973) 850638-4311 11/20/2007.
: VintCae 'in 50 and 51 pr ef x 3110 Wanted to Rent- Farm
H 77SRER Chiy Fn WAYNE'S F ne Francis 2i For Sale-G.E. Refrigera- land in Graceville, Chip-
Cott0Je W p2i5-6627 or email tor, 17 9CU feet. L ke new 3260 ley, Bonifay area. Or
(50)6388183 JUNK YARD Home Furnishings gobucs13@aol.com. 1 male Pygmy goat3 Ony 2yrs old Whited For T Exer pasture land for cows
11197 Almonths old $40 also free has ce make r Ony c Se B ea&nil ver-a Call anytime,
H 1 USED AUTO PARTS Try R. Corbin Unique Gfts born 11/1. Leave $350.00850-5479140. cise Bike, & Universal 850-718-1859 or
(50) 547-0726 We Buy Junk Cars ealtor Custom & ntJewery es a ht chi and 535-4602.
Opien 24 Hours,- G-& Aluminum /l Prudential Artwork by Local Artists II 1150Kn 85- 5 puter. 547-4198. care for your loved
uOpen 24 HuFs, el- Hor 8-5 S himmering Sands 2074 N. Hwy. 79, Bonifay The Family of Jackie .oe I Firewood Sale On n do hou keepg
Service, No Dep 0st, I d B I (850) 260 1017 547-3494 i Me s-:Juida i-..>. l" T ,id ,l 0 ,,,. l r c.mrn,.e .5a- ,ud,
Unis Are Carpe 5473993 royellsFLaol.com rosesvinageotage.com nd 1 arnei.l prlj ..od -e p.0,ng 3270 :e.
s Ar C, pe e . ;' . r, er,-, ', Irayer. during arw,: ,,,d,, l..er6 up i., 30 For Sale, Laie. 10K gi l -
oE i Jn HAMPTON m-or, ''CUt rigs 85i0.35".426=. PO 0
H STHE HFPTWY E'owe & W oeb Fa-ly for, .5 f eet.225 g,..n'32.57. 2, 3320e,
KOZLOWSKI, CONCRETEa TR OV yEyg ra, .d elar Sale "3______ 1 3320L
Esq. TREE SERVICE : "' MERCHANDISE or u,,i co:rd All s .eaIonel Leola Brock Nurseries
Lr" IN ISH IN G 3r, ,l.:.3 ll proce. LLC Flarl iree, ,r
P,-,N Y r le IgL m5 INISHING, Inc. Fullylnsured.FreeEstimates 3100 Anli anes a.9 5370 rurleTra 3300 Ir-Ca.c llan
(850) 951-4500 COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL FINISHING TreeRemal 3120 Arts & Crats Green oak replace For Sale Grver, m
CRiHINAL m aFoundaons Concrete Staining & Staining S TractHarvesing 3 e -. .. 0. i r r mower. 36'i88 Wr,3 e Ria6 B2 .,
FA L Foundatons Concrete Sanng & Sanng er Pruning & Trimming 3140 Baby ems e 00 fo a g d zeo-u r 36 FL 3242 asr. or,
BAKRUPTCr Concrete Pumping Driveway & More Ce Prun Tr PESA M S 3150 Building Supplies ,a 54 .ar ie m n nl 485 i3IC8rir
CIviL Owner Robert Lee Hampton III 3160 Business 2in sel casr C32ui 1500
Au.u21100Peis Free55ficat1 n1 7 -0224eFiReWOO5
ESTATES P.O. Box 569 Altha, FL BUS: 850,415.1217 ei q uip m ent 075524 L P 00 asn, 1,,
(85J0......' '-(....Good8o e10 lc0e0sa
T.-, .,. (850) 762-4755 Cell: 850.573,1270 2120 Pei S.ppes 3180 Compuleis 3220 I mes age
S. .. 32M PUTMEISTER Z-BOOM Jason MorrisOwner # 2130 Farm Animaisi 3190 i Electronics B&B Furnilure 4-12 Fo-al -neP---- 3340
..... . _._ .- _- '- .... _- --- -" Supplies 3200 -Firewood ,:.nh RR ,enue Crh.p For Sale One P-eena. -----nue
S| Reodli & 2140 Pels/Liveslock 3210 Free Pass ;t On le. We p .:asr, ,cr 2aage Shoois 3n Mag |-Wheelers For sale
r Remodelng & anted 3220 Furniture clar, lu ,i urrure Be-lOtter n o
t, MOre Advertise 3230 Garage/Yard Sales 850.55.2 :.r l Ewar 14K El 1 7 CBa n a0y3
-.p pea I .0r. P, r I S 34 Guns 850.4r5.6866 Ayi. ,or 850-35-4265 P0 Bc. miles N 7i Caryviile on
.i--ke-T f: D ecks, Porches, Patios, VOUr Ser ice 2100 3250 Good things to Eal Pa-.:c ,:r .rr,-lyn 75.. Conondale 32431 Hwy 179 N W.Ilord
KInens. Bath Pole Barns 2100 I 3260 Heallh & Fitness Forehand or earl Fore-
SGarages. Or business For sale 3 mnr, olo 3270 Jewelry/Clolhing Call To Place An Ad For Sale: Fish lor s1ocK hand 850-548-5765
iifi-,,is SpeD ,iliz n in NewConslrucleon&Repar here fr f o11 'orFe lerrale nr,:, pape, 3280 Machinery/ In Classitieds. .r.g y ,our pora o ,r _a_1 __te_
Hei L dJ .General Lawn 1 aasling $500 00 :cal EquipmenI Coppernose cluegii
H m ^ r Llit Maintenance Cu-Tnm. $ f 50 s638 3038 aer 00 3290 Medical Equipment Washington County sr,eMicr, er channel cam iunrr
.. -_- Be__utif tia EogeTeeRemoval-Bush $9 _00 prr 3300 Miscellaneous News r -.r1 rms I850 I HU IG LEASE
HogLot Cleanng-Traclor 3310 Musicallnstrments (850) 638-0212 '- WA_________TE1O 0 Panama C.ry
... Ca re Tr or r M ,in. Ne. D .. ort and More. a eek For Sale: AKC Reasiee 3320 Plans & Shrubs/ r u
S R, n, D.jn [-i. j-P *re-.[ure t(cliniri. r...,ii CALL DAN OR WILL e T minlrru, blood Hound upper Supplies Holmes County Pasture land or ro WocdlanliarmT,,,d .,r
Call Tro al 260-1017 for estimates. Free Estimates r, ampi.r BIod ines 3330 ResltauranlHolel Times-Advertiser :roprig and ray held Ior deer a, d:ve l pay op
Ready Io Cnrimima- call 3340- Sporting Goods Bene l n he n 608 seasr, 0o,11Cr Call John
Em.nl Tr,.-IllFL. Jm,,l .om (850) 209-5333 3347907861 3350 Tickets (Buy 8 Sell) (850) 547-9414 850638.8437 8501.40909
.'-S O ^PLACE YOURHAD, PLEASE CALL ,-

r--------------- YEAR-END

LWe've Made It Easier For You i 0 ECL0SEO

To Place Your Classified A I NEW 07 FORD 150 NEW 07 FORD FVE HUNDRED LTD NEW7 FORDF.150 XLT4x4


V-8, Air, Automatic, Work Truck, Leather, Moonroof, AWD, Sat. Radio, Trailer Tow, Shift On The Fly, Satellite
38-!, 0212 r(80)5I nc.9414i Long Bed, #7374 Reverse Sensing, #7190 Radio, #7200 0
(850) 638-0212 or (850) 547-9414 MSRP $ 2,495 SAVE $4,000 MSRP 30 720 SAVE $6,725 MSRP 32,360 SAVE $6,365
) .. 2ow2, ow o90 7230 995 Now n5,995 ::
ILNEW 07 FORD F.150 LARIAT SUPERCAB NEW 07 FORD EDGE SEL NEW 07 MUSTANG SHELBY GT e,
Chipley: 1364 N. Railroad Ave. Bonifay: 112 E. Virginia Avem e. laF 5


S. Box 627, Chipley, FL 32428 I Leather, Running Boards, Chrome Pkg., Leather, Panoramic Vista Roof, Shelby Upfit Pkg., 5-Speed, Cold Air Induc-
l y, L Sat. Radio, Tow Pkg., #7349 Audiophile Sound System, #7295 ton, Limited Edition Car, #7337
.1 MSRP734,230 SAVE $7,235 MSRP $32 565 SAVE $3 570 MSRP $40 290 SAVE $3,295
:I_...ow _6,_9 S__5 NOW __ _8,_9__ _5 .ow 3__6,O9W o.INOO
I (850) 638-4601 or (850) 547-9418 I 5. .9 T .. .*. f. II
-106 FORD F-150 06 FORD F,250 XL 05 CHEVY K-1500 06 FORD F-150
XLT STANDARD CAB CREW CAB Z-71 SUPER CAB XLT 4x4

SP I Power Pkg., Cruise, Tilt, CD, Diesel, Automatic, Air, 4x4, Power Pkg., Cruise, Tilt, Power Pkg., Cruise, Tilt,
Your ad will appear in three and on V-8, Auto., #P2882 Warranty, #P2869 Alloy Wheels, #P2880 CD Player,#P2887
the in e & fo r 0, 15,995 17,995 20,995 ?22,995
the internet for one week, or278 0o: or3Ia5s MO. ors369 ..M.or399 Ma.
o e 06 FORD F-250 SUPERCAB XLT 06 FORD F-450 CREW CAB FLATBED
W ashington Count Ni ws 3- Diesel, Auto., Cruise, Tilt, Tool -Or DieD sel, Automatic
Appeal Bat PoleBars o'. l Box, Bedliner, Only 18K Miles, 3 Great Work Truck!
Ils For Sale 3 Vr old 327 1- JCT c A r:P2884 Fish 1 #2886
Holmes County Times-Advertiser i 328,995 or 499n. 35,995 or a626o.
i Weekly Advertiser e fCo11 o n FOR 0 TIC
....-u30 Ms lns. -- n. ** ^ JFkJ s*85


I I
I I

DEADLINE IS NOON ON MONDAY*
I DIRECTIONS: Clearly print one word per space. Minimum $6.50 order (20 words or less),
25 each additional word. Call for border and color rates.
0 Check Enclosed
| Charge It J Visa QL Master Card (I Discover LQ American Express
# Exp.
Name
Address
City __ST __Zip
I Daytime Phone Email
*Holiday deadlines subject to change.
Publisher reserves the right to edit, in part or whole, any advertisement considered objectionable.
Lm -- i


11 0 .SS -SS ;7S- UO)4B24043










WGraceland Manor Apart- For Rent: 3BR/1BA For Rent-3/BR trailer, gar-
ments. Rental assistance house $325, 3BR/2BA den tub, den. Located in
on 1, 2, and 3 bedroomssistancetrailer, $350 a month, downtown Chipley area.
on 1, H andca 3 bedrooms. Ponce de Leon. Deposit and first month
S. REAL soE non-handicapped access 850-259-9113. rent. Call 638-8639.
EMPLYME E FR ble apartments. 850 For Rent-3BR/2BA house For Rent-Three, 2BR
4100 Help Wanted 6100 Business/ -263-4464, TDD/TTY 711. in Chipley. 638-1918 or mobile homes. Quiet park,
4130 Employment Commercial 5445 Brown Street, 638-4478. reasonable rent. In Ponce
Information 6110 Apartments Graceville, FL. Equal de Leon. 535-2680 or
6120 Beach Rentals housing authority Publisher's 849-5068.
6130 Condo/Townhouse Publisher's
6140 House Rentals Notice For Rent-Vernon, 16x80,
E6150 Roommate Wanted New renovated apart- Notice2BR/2BA on 5 acres. $600
4100 6160- Rooms for Rent ments for rent in down- month, first, last and se-
Administrative 6170 Mobile Home/Lot town Bonifay call for more All real estate advertising inJan. 1st.
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals details 850 547-3530 or thisnewspaper is subject to curity. Available Jan. Call
the Fair Housing Act which References required. Call
6190 Timeshare Rentals 850 547-5244 HUD ap- makes it illegaltoadveise after 6:00 P.M.
BThe Washington Countys 6200 vacation Rentals proved. any preference, limitation or 352-463-7097.
Board of County Commis- ____________________ discrimination based on
cepting applications for an Townhouse Apt for rent- race, color, religion, sex, For Sale or Rent Optional,
Inm alate Supervisor aposi- 2BR/I .5BA. Chipley. handicap, familial status or 2BR/1 BA mobile home lo-
Inmate Supervisor posi- 610 0 national origin, or an inten cated on Hwy. 177A.
ion for the Parks and Rec- 100 $595/mth. 638-1918. tion, to make any such pref- Taking offers for sale of
reaction Department. Grad- Executive Office rience,ti limitationortdi- mobile home 547-5303
nation from standard high space for lease on includes children under the Mobile Homes for rent in
school or general educa- Brickyard Rd. Great age of 18 living with parents Cottondale on Sapp Road,
tion degree (GED) is re- location across from 6 140 or legal custodians, preg- les eat f Ch
quired. Go to Chlpley High School. nant women and people se- 8 miles east of hipley.
www.washingtonfl.com 638-7700 3BR/2BA Home on Lucas curing custody of children 3BR/2BA and 2BR/2BA
and click on the Employ- www.chipleyofficefor Lake Rd. $650 a month, under 18. available. Total electric.
ment tab for further re- lease.com $300 deposit. Pets upon This newspaper will not charloscoun(850)258-4868; 209-8847
quirements. Carpenter ex- I approval. Call 773-7232 or knowingly accept any adver- www.charloscountryliv-
staperience is preferredis Executive Office Space 625-7697. ising for real estate which is
starting hourly rate is ______________in violation of the -law. Our The Park at 2350
$10.00. Application dead- for rent downtown Chip- in violation o the-law. Our The Park at 2350
line Dec. 20, 2007 at ley. 638-1918 For Rent 3BR/1BA, readers are hereby informed 3BR/1BA $425
0 p e. Al qstis re- 6 9CH&A. 1181 1sftAve. that all dwellings advertised 3BR/2BA $450
3:0C.lnh&A. N1 pes v. H in this newspaper are availa-
3:00 p.m. All questions re- $595month. No pets. HUD ble on a equal opportunity 547-3746
other vacancies position or accepted. 638-1918 basis. To complain of dis-
other vacancies should be _______crimination call HUD toll-free
directed to the Human Re- 6110 at 1-800-669-9777. The
sources Department, iFor rent: 3BR/1BA all ap- toll-free number for the hear- /\
850-415-5151. 1 Bedroom Apartment in pliances, blinds, south- ing impaired is '. 1
Chipley. Convenient loca- west colors, ceiling fans, 1-800-927-9275.
Domestic tion. No pets. 638-4640. deck, screened back
porch, attached shed,
Babysitter Needed f For rent greenhouse, composer,
Saturdays & Su or Sleepy Hollow double carport, fenced Ie-'euu r
sponsible, dependable Apartments back yard, no pets, in Rg E E TE S
only. Background check 2BR/1BA, water, garbage Chipley, close to everyth- Small House partially fur- 7100 Homes
required. Call 638-0603. & lawn care included. ing. $850/mo., nished. Availab forap 711- Beach Home/
required.Call6380603. SHUD not accepted. $650/deposit. 638-8220. wished. Available for appli- 7110- Beach Home/
General 638t-7.128 Progressive Realty. cation Dec. 1st. Security Property
General 638-7128 Progressive Realty deposit $400 + $425 7120 Commercial
monthly rent. Smoke free 7130 Condo/Townhouse
Now Hiring RestaurantYo C ne environment. No pets or 7140- Farms & Ranches
Staff H Dishwashers, HUD. 850-638-1272 7150 Lots and Acreage
-Cooks & Waite Staff. PA7170- Waterfront s
Please apply at 115 N. 1NE1H" ER LDA 7180- Investment
'Waukesha St., Bonifay, Fl. Property
G eea6i170 7190 Out-of-Town
Real Estate
General 2002, 2BR/1bath on 1 7200 Timehare
Outside Sales Repre- a-nn aa h acre, washer, dryer in-
sentative Position Jer- clouded, r $375600. monthor
kins Inc., a concrete and sale for $ff 17,6009. 547-4587located
,building supply company off 179. 547-4587,3 0
-is seeking someone who Times -oe Om373-8408e
-is self motivated, disci- i 2BR Singlewide. Water &
plined, well organized and garbage furnished. A ll
very aggressive. The main electric. Front & back l
.responsibilities for the po- electric. FrNo pets. Call ck .
.sition will be centeredon 8 50-6 8-orch. No pets. Call
new customer develop- 850-326-0044 or
ment and the mainte- 80 850-326-2201.0
nance of existing ac-
counts. We are looking for 134o A.Rar d v 3BR/2BA, CH/A, in the
someone who is friendly, country. $550.00 per
of high integrity, profes- month. NO PETS. Leave
signal in appearance, and, message, 638-7130.
has a teachable spirit. We
value our customers and 4100 | 4100 For Rent, mobile home
want someone who will 2BR/1lbath located City of
treat them with great re- Bonifay, $300.00 a month
spect and appreciation. If -1 A I1 plus deposit. No pets.
you are not a go getter, Leave a message
you will not fit the position. Construction W workers 850-547-2043
Please email your re- Co s u t nW-r805 24
sumes to For Rent: 4BR/2bath
micah@jerkinsinc.com or and Metal Roofers Double wide mobile home
you cah n faxr to noin Bethlehem Community.
(850)547-5801 in care of D & G Pj j"'AINTIN G No Pets. Large yard and
Micah. & REMODELING garden s7-323pot. Call
Heathcare lFor Rent: Furnished mo-
DentalAssistant Needed. bile home 1BR/lbath
Experience preferment ded, but (850) 849-0736 or total electric. 4101 Doug-
willing to train. Chairside las Ferry Rd. No Pets, Ref-
duties w/the dentist, not (850) 849-7982 erences required. $395.
du tie den, 850-547-4606


7100 7100 7150 ,
By owner 747 Gilbert
Drive, Chipley. MP Enterprises Land
3BR/I.'/BA. Newly Re- Sale and Finance. 5 acres
modeled. (w) 718-2268; or more for houses only,
(h)547-2937 wooded & pasture. 3 mi-
les South of Chipley.
House For Sale! 3/1.5 Highway 77, Gainer Rd.,
850-547-5220 Brick on /2 Acre lot. Home Houston Rd., Beadie Rd., AUTOMQTIVE, MARINE
has been completely ren- Duncan Community Rd., RECREATIONAL
ovated with new appli- Buddy Rd., (4) five acres
Seances & new A/C unit with (8) ten acres (5) eight ac-
warranty. Owners have ac- res. Owner financing or
tive Florida Real Estate Li- cash. Low down payment,
censes. Performance Re- low monthly payments. 8110
alty 850-547-9400 Call Milton Peel for infor- 200 Nissan Quest GXE
House For Sale-Log mation 850-638-1858 van. Show room
Cb 3o nse 5.3r Saclesg condition. Best offer byes
Cabin on 5.3 acres. it. Come see it and make
,n n 2BR/1BA. 1749 Toole Cir., 7 offer. Call 850-773-3514
S Chipley. $145,000. U after 4:00PM.
-- 850-638-3171 or
850-527-4789. 7160 1990 Cadillac Devllle.
e Clean, good condition.
CLASSIFIED AD 5 ac., high and dry, on Many new parts; Struts,
Gilbert Mill Rd.. Has old Radiator, Heater Core, etc.
DEADLINES mobile home, deep well, $1,600 Or Best Offer.
Deadline for classified ads large trees. Price reduced 850-638-2282.
is Monday at 12 Noon for to $45,000. 638-8570 1998 Ford F250,
the Wednesday papers and Automatic, electric
Holldg S Thursday at 12Noon for the windows/door locks,
bed-liner, good tires. Runs
Saturday Weekend Edition. 7100 good, looks good. White
F1m A with brown interior. Priced
below book. $5,000 FIRM.
o s CA LECANNONREALTY 4/ ac Eldorada,
2229 Jim Bush Rd., Bonifal, FL excellent condition,
[MlA (8501547-4784 Cell (8501951-5682 147,000 miles, serviced
_________ iBB, ld~dt'~tbevery 3,000 miles, new
Priscilla Faison Carole Cannon, Broker brakes, hoses, belts.
Priscilla "Cissy" aison New Construction Spanish style home with metal $4,000. 547-2980 more in-
Broker/ Cell: 768-0320 roof, dbl carport, screen porch, range, dw, possible formation, before 6p.m.
owner financing 1 acre bidg lot, Dogwood Lakes
Vernon Anderson $24,500 1.5 ac parcel on Olive Ln at Dogwood M TR LS
Cell: 850-819-4107 Lakes $24,900 Owner Financed 10 acre tracts,
paved rd, surveyed $49,900 New Private 40 8 160 I
Lori Holland acres with old house and barn, pond, wooded Blue 2004 Suzuki SV 650,
Cell: 910-261-0321 $149,900 New Private 40 acres with old 7k plus miles, excellent
Michelle Burk house and barn, pond, wooded $149,900 6.65 condition With accesso-
Michelle Burk Acres, surveyed, frontage, no restrictions $39,900 ries. must see. $3800
Celli 850-624-4104 Reduced 21 acs+-, lots of frontage, pasture, 386-397-2824.
hardwoods, deep well, rustic camp type set up with
[t|: Ji ,; .li' i 4 bldgs.$139,900 Reduced -3 BR frame & brick For Sale: 1999 Suzuki Ka-
home on corner lot, CH/A, appliances $90,000. tana 750 only 15,000 mi-
BTolllFree:86547.www.carolecannonrealty.com withand in excelletras ashaing
$3200.00 or best offer.
TT lESCOUNTRY REALqTY Call 850-638-3038 after
li15ETTIE'S:COUNTRY.REALN 5:00 pm
1 7100 O United BETTIE L. SLAY, BROKER
C Oiuntry. (Florida & Alabama)
205 E. North Ave., Bonifay, Florida 32425 8210
(850) 547-3510 Boston Whaler
?, nrthof a LAKEFRONTDWL 3 BR2.5 BA STUCCO ON 4 LOTS-$259,000---10 2006 150 sport, 60 hp 4
2 ACRES LAND-$55,000---2BR 2.5 BA HOME ON 1 AC- $39,900- stroke merc., like new,
--3 BR 2 BA HOME POOL ON 3.6 ACRES-$219,900---INTOWN bimini, fish finder, full
3 BR 2 BA HOME OWNER FINANCING-MOTIVATED $119,900---28 imhin,
ACRES-$159,900---3 BR 2BA HOME ON 1+ AC-$129,900---1 cushions, trailer, more.
ACRE LOTS-$16,500---19.5 ACRES-$97,500---15 AC WITH $15,000. (850) 774-2333
0 OWNER FINANCING-$125,000---70 AC HWY 2-$420,000---1+
"114- 2 oAC 2 BR NEWER HOME-$109,900---VINTAGE 3 BR HOME IN-
TOWN LARGE CORNER LOT-$183,900---10 AC PASTURE WELL- tr BOa ts
ca $89,995---2+ ACRES -$29,900---54 AC 3 BR 2 BA HOME- X rme Boats
$450,000--- 3 ACRES W/ 3 BR 2 BA MH-$69,900--5+ACRES AllWelded All Aluminum Boats
WELL SEPTICS BARN KENNELS-$85,000---SUNNYHILLS LOTS $500-$1,000Rebates on allXtreme Boats.
$7,000 AND UP---10 ACRES LAND-$59,000---50 AC 3 BR Wealsellker/ Fryers
2 BA HOME BARNS PASTURE-$250,000---18+AC BARN SEP- alssellmoeBB, ryers,
TIC POND-$145,900---3 ACRES 2 BR CEDAR HOME-$124,900 Utility Vehicles. BonifayFL
WE GET RESULTS NATIONAL ML www.xtremeindustriescom
.CtyLw t. coI Toll0Free1-866-684-3376


froned eosr
Resumes: 843 Hwy 277
Chipley, FL. 32428
850-638-3055. V c e
Healthcare
FRONT DESKASSIS- New Home
TANT AND DENTAL AS- w H m
SISTANT needed for
Multi-Physician Dental Of-
fide. Must be a team
player and able to offer All
outstanding customer ". I
service with a pleasant :i a Metal,
personality. Ability to -,
multi-task is a must. ,.


s and Additions Starting at
$60.00 a sq. ft.

I Types of Roofing
Standing Seam, Shingles,
Re-Roof and Repair


07 Chevy Cobalt LS 08 Chevy Silverado LT

r,'.t


Licensed and Insured
Full time position with Licesedand.ns-ed 060 RP 15,"8R55
benefitsavailable Please Lic. # RR282811490, RC29027359 \ | MSRP $25,325 1562MSRP $38,060
fax resume to Invoice $24,682 Rebate $1,750 Invoice $35,618
850-415-1444 or mail to: Rebate $ 2,500 Discount $ 457 Rebate $ 2,000
F Chipley Plus Tax, Title & Doc. Fee n 2 Plus Tax, Title & Doc. Fee 71' 9.'' Plus Tax, Title & Doc. Fee 4

141Chipey, FL. 324 08 Chevy Silverado LT 08 Chevy Silverado LT 08 Chevy Silverado LT
Healthcare
NHC HOMECARE
Quality Care is Our
Business Full Time &
Paid Per Visit. CON-
TRACT PHYSICAL
HERPki oPT Are -MSRP $31,410 MSRP $34,810 MSRP $34,960
work environment with i Invoice $29,459 Invoice $32,595 Invoice $32:735
opportunity for flexibil- : .a Rebate $ 2 000 Rebate $ 2 000 Rebate $ 2 000
ity? NHC HOMECARE t Plus Tax, Title & Doc. Fee 3242 Plus Tax, Title &Doc. Fee .l PlusTax, Tte&noc Fee 80349
of CHIPLEY has an im- Sod For Sale on the farm,,-#d
mediate opening for full C&C Bookkeeping and S F aot r
time & paid per Tax Service. Open 5 days Jackson Family Home delivered or installed. Che Out The S ings These Vehicles!
visit/contract physical a week. 8am to 5pm. Call Daycare now taking Cehtipede and 419 Ber- bW-
therapist & pta to care (850)638-1483 applications. Located muda. West Florida Turf E
for our homebound pa- Westville and 4y.90,2 miles ( 850415-0385.Establsh6 ed 07 GMC Yukon SLT 06 Chevy Trailblazer 07 Chevy Silverado 2500
tients in the Westville and 4 miles 1980 Sunroof, DVD, 2nd & 3rd Row Captain One Owner, Very Clean, 33K Mi. HD, 4x4, Crew Cab, 13K Mi.
Hol mes/ashington o lll east of PDL. Chairs, Navigation System, Leather, Rear -
County Area. Home 850-548-4773 Sod Sod Sod Quality you Camera, Onstar, XM Radio
care experience pre- can depend on. Irrigated,
ferred. Mileage reim- weed & pest controlled.
buried with positions. Headliners and Vinyl p Centipede and St. Augus-
Interested parties may Tops Mobile Unit. I do the tine. Delivery and installa-
fax resume to: work at your home or tion available. 8 miles SW
850-638-1635, Attn: Me- workplace.Reasonable of Chipley for easy cus-
lissa Finch, Administra- rates on new vinyl tops tomer hauling. Call any-
tor or may apply in per- and auto carpeting. Free Services time. Billy and Leola Brock $ 95 Only 17 995 Ony 29995
son at NHC HomeCare, estimates. Call anytime, (850) 638-1202; 326-1500 Only $35 Only Only
1513 Hwy 90, Chipley, leave message. (850) will sit with your $9
FL32428 638-7351 elderlyloved ones. HyaveP 06 GMC Sierra SLT 07 Chevy Silverado LT2 07 Chevy Impala LT
experience and MVIG
Now Hiring: Experienced references.offering com-
Waitress and cooks for panionship, cooking For Rent first in Chipley,
day shift. 547-2212 Stop housekeeping, driving at Mnr Warehouses. If youi i
By reasonable rates
547-4159 don't have the room, "We
Do" Lamar Townsend
Other The Carpenters Son (850)638-4539, north of
End of the year Clear- Townsends.
Mystery Shoppers, get ance Sale. Starting De- Ext. Cab, 4x4, Z71, One Owner, Great Crew Cab, Like New, Chrome Pkg, 18"
paid to shopI Retail/dining member 26th sell till Mini Storage in Chipley. Condition, 37K Mi Wheels, Orig. MSRP $34,900, 5K Mi 3 to Choose From Christmas Special
establishments need un- merchandise is gone. All sizes for rent. We ndWM5o
derercover clients to judge Must sell down to bare furnish the lock. Only 23,995 Only$ 26,995 Only $15,995
quality customer service. walls. All selected mer- (850)326-2399
Earn up to $150. a day. chandise will be sold Carpentry, pressure # 9 9 T,
Call (888)-523-1013. below wholesale prices, washing, lawn care, patio
All Floral Arrangements, & window re-screening. O
Trades Hand made craft items, great rates. (850)638-4492 R VO
one of a kind items. The Sewing Machine and ll
Want An Opportunity Carpenter's Son lo- Vacuum Cleaner Repair, W E S BA IREU W --W -
with a growing company? cated: 5336 Hwy. 77 J&J Cabinet Shop. For all guaranteed service on all
Want to work hard and be Graceville, FL. 32440 your kitchen cabinets and makes and models. Free "Like A Rock Since 1935"
rewarded for it? Reed Retail Store (850) house repair needs. Call estimates. Western Auto 70 E sAvn
Concrete and Construc- 263-5427 Cabinet shop James S. Howell (850) 216 N. Waukesha, Boni-701 East Magnolia Avenue Geneva, AL 36340 AN AVRCAN
tion, Inc., in Bonifay would (850) 263-4057 535-2839; 260-1619 fay. 547-3910
like to talk with you. W. -,. ,.
850-547-5767 '. .,, 7.


!
i





o 12B Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser Wednesday, December 19, 2007


RREASONS TO BUY
FROM HOPKINS
*GREAT SELECTION
* *ALL CARS COME WITH WARREN
FINANCING AVAILABLE FOR A
CREDIT SITUATIONS
*COMPETITIVE INTEREST
RATES


f'Receive' ^
$500
Wal-Mart Gift Card
With Purchase
, THIS WEEK
ONLY


ITI


03 CHEVY
AVALANCHE 4x4
LOW MILES, LEATHER,
NICE TRUCK COME SEE!


03 FORD
F-150 LARIAT
SUNROOF, POWER SEATS,
CD & CASSETTE, 5.4L V-8, LEATHE
ONLY 58K MILES


w ..
06 HONDA
ACCORD
ONLY 23K MILES, 6-DISC CD
CHANGER, HEATED LEATHER
SEATS, SUNROOF


06 KIA
SORENTO
ONLY 32K MILES,
GREAT GAS MILEAGE.


~1,~


05 GMC
DENALI XL
Only 17K Miles, Navigation, XM Radio, On
Star, Center Row Bucket Seats, 6-Disc
CD Changer, Rear Entertainment Center,
AWD, 6.0L V-8 Engine, Power Seats, Front
and Middle Row Heated Seats,
v/ THIS TRUCK HAS IT ALL!
WAS NEW $52,575*
OUR PRICE

$28,990


05 DODGE
DURANGO
3RD ROW SEAT, POWER
EVERYTHING, ONLY 35K MILES,
SHARP SUV!


03 FORTW
0 F-150 4x4
STEPSIDE, V-8
AUTOMATIC, NICE TRUCK


mm

,: ^.0 '- ..."


04 CHEVY
TAHOE'Z-71
SUNROOF, 6-DISC CHANGER, BOSE
STEREO. REAR ENTERTAINMENT,
CENTER ROW BUCKETS, POWER
SEAT, LEATHER, 3rd ROW SEATS


07 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE
ROCKFORD FOSGATE
STEREO, 6-DISC
CHANGER, SUNROOF,
ONLY 4K MILES,
AUTOMATIC


07 VOLKSWAGEN JETTA
2.5 LITER, Tl
POW ER ............
EVERYTHING! a
SHARP CAR!


USED CAR SPECIALS


S04 CHEVY CAVALIER
2 Door, Chrome Wheels, Sunroof, Power Windows, Power Door,
Locks, Cruise, Tilt, Sharp
04 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE LIMITED
Leather, Memory Seats, Loaded and Ready To Roll!
04 CHEVY TAHOE LS
3rd Seat, Low Miles, 5.3L Engine, Loaded Up, Must See!


03 FORD EXPEDITION o
EDDIE BAUER
3rd Seat, Leather, Loaded
05 CHEVY SILVERADO,
Z-71 CREW CAB
Power Seat, 4x4, 5.3L, Tow Pkg.


A


*APPROXIMATE MSRP, -LUS TAX. TAG,
TITLE AND DEALER FEE


NNW-
". A 1 0 A
lk b-k


i


^
s


4.- .,.'
.v'
































Bethlehem

Mrs. Smith's class

Dear Santa,
How are all the reindeer?
Are the elves helping you?
Will I hope so, I am going
to put milk and chocolate
chip cookies under my tree.
Thank you for the toys last
year, here are the toys I
want this year. A Nintendo
DS with Games, A trans-
formers toy, A Ben 10 vi-
dio, have a nice flight. P.s.
why do you wear a red suit?
Your friend,
Grady Peacock

Dear Santa,
Thank you Santa for the
gifts Last year. I like the
gifts so can you tel your
elves thay did a good job.
I have ben very good this
year. I want a netindoo will,
I pod and have a grat trip.
Your friend,
JJ. Paul

Dear Santa,
Thank you for last years
presents. They wear great,
anid I want a little more than
last year p.s. I am leaving
you milck and cookis, I
want a quik gem, a electric
gutar with an amp, and im-
rie and and a cary under-
wood cd. Have a safe trip.
Your friend,
Taylor

Dear Santa,
I would like for Christ-
mas a mp3 player, two new
Babby Boros, selfon for-
wiler, new puppy,babb bom,
this is all the toys I want for
Christmas this year. Merry
Christmas Santa Claus and
tell Mrs. Claus that I said
hello. Im going to leav milk
and chocolate chip cookies.
Your friend,
Kodie King

Dear Santa,
: Thank you for last years
Christmas. It was a great
one. What I want for Christ-
mas is earrings a clipbord,
heckles, shuvle, spy gear,
video game. I hope you get
here safelee and tell Mrs.
Claus Hello! I will Leave
you milk and cookies. Your
friend,
Bethany

Dear Santa,
'I want for Christmas is
new Game boy games for
Christmas but that's all
well have a great christ-
mas. P.S. I love my old
presents but my Dad has
to sail them. Your friend,
Chris Mills

Dear Santa,
.Merry Christmas and a
happy new year. I am a good
boy and I want a scooter,
game boy, p.s.3, dirtbike,
x.box 2 set, go cart and
heelies. I hope you have a
safe trip. Your friend,
William Coatney

Dear Santa,
I will like two lipsticks,
two snow bords, two game
boys, heles, I wish you a
Merry Chistmas and thank
you. Your friend,
Trevor Samuels


-U,

'I Ay Th'Le6~b


Above: Teleah's Santa by the tree. Below: Mandie shows santa her house.


Dear Santa,
Thank you for last years
Christmas presents and I
want a horse, barbie, Little
jet pet shop game, and a
pink skouter and I have bin
a good girl and your elves
done good last year. And I
am Living some chocolate
chip cookies, milk, and
some food for the raindeers
and I hope your raindeere
can make it this year have a
Marry Christmas this year.
Your friend,
Jessie Barnes

Dear Santa,
Thank you for last year.
It was grat and thank you
for the presents thay were
grat And all I won't is a
drtebick, ripstick, hover car,
bascitball, football, a rasle
ring, rasirs, flag football rit,
a neclis, a flashlit, badres, a
baseball gllur, hilles, a ipod
and that is all. I hope you
have a safe trip and tell
Mrs. Claus hay P.S. I will
live you milk and cookies.
Your friend,
Kobe Hendrix

Dear Santa,
I have ben a good boy. I
whant a skatbord. A Ipod, a
slegshot, I whont sum heel-
ies, a game boy triy to git
thim if you do thank you I
Love you I hope you mack
it with all those presents tell
Mrs. Claus I seld helow I
want a x box, a antn 2 fill
my stokin this year Your
friend,
Dallas Kirkland

Dear Santa,
Merry Christmas and
happy new year, I am good
girl. I want a new bike. Dirt
bike puppy, You did an ex-
cellent last christmas. Your
friend
Adrianna McQuaid

Dear Santa,
'I hope you have a safe
flight from the north pole.
P.S. How do your rein-
deer fly? And this is what
I want for Christmas a P.S.
3, gameboy, x box 360, hal


13th game and if you choc-
olate chocolate chip cook-
ies under the tree. Say hello
to Mrs. Claus. Your friend,
Shane Champion

Dear Santa,
Merry Christmas. I'm
very good this christmas.
For chrimas I want a scoot-
er, hillys, x. box DS, skate
bord. I wish you and your
reminder a good time. Your
friend,
Katelyn Elrod

Dear Santa,
I hope you have a safe
frip. Your presents where
awesome last year. And this
year I whant a spy gear,
parushoot, Tim McGraw
cd, transformer, a go cart,
acbatbord, a Big transfer
that can turn into a car, and
a gun. I have been a good
boy. Your friend,
Blake Smith

Mrs. Owen's class

Dear Santa,
Is Rudolph doing good?
And how is Mrs. Claus do-
ing? Have the elves been


good? I want a Ben Ten
watch and I want an I-pod
I hope that you have a safe
trip to my house. I'll leave
you some cookies and milk.
Love,
Colby

Dear Santa,
I think I will leave you
cookies and Rudolph some
carrots and some for his
friends too. I hope you will
bring me what I want. I
want a Ghost Freak, a stink
fly, and a cannon bolt. I
hope you will come to my
house, even if I don't leave
you cookies. Is Rudolph
fine and are you and Mrs.
Clauas and all of the rein-
deer doing fine? I hope you
have a safe trip to my house
in Esto. Loves,
Mason

Dear Santa,
How are you and Mrs.
Claus and Rudolph doing?
What I want for Christ-
mas is two RC helicopters
and Matter National Game
for Nintendo. Tell Prancer,
Blitzon, and Donner that I
saw all of you in a movie.
Love,
Roman

Dear Santa,
Do you know who I am?
I'm Justin. I will leave you
some cookies and milk.
Your reindeer are getting
some carrots. I hope you
have a great time. I will
come to the North Pole. It
will take a long time but I
know I'll get there before
you leave. All my friends
want to see you for Christ-
mas. I would like a bike,
some cars and a coloring
book. Your friend Justin. I
hope you are hand some. It
was fun when we took our
pictures. I hope you come
back for pictures again.
Justin

Dear Santa,
I would like a horse for
Christmas and I want the
"Horse 2 Game," because


I like horses. I have been
wanting one since I was
two years old, but I have
never gotten one. That's
why I have been wanting it
for such a long time. I want
a saddle for my horse and I
want it to be pink and black
so that it will match my lead
rope. Merry Christmas to
you Santa Claus. I hope you
have a good Christmas too,
like all of us. Love,
Allyson

Dear Santa,
I hope you have a great
Christmas. I have been
good and nice. I will leave
some cookies and mild on
the table or on the stove.
Come through the chimney
if you see one. Then tell
Rudolph I said Hi" and tell
him Micheal said, "Merry
Christmas." Bring some
good presents for me. Your
friend,
Michael

Dear Santa,
How's Rudolph? Is his
nose still shiny or did he get
a cold? Thanks for the pres-
ents that you gave me last
year and I can't wait till this
year. It's only about twenty
days till Christmas. When
we are awake we can't wait
till we get to see what you
brought us. Could I please
have some games or a new
dvd? I will leave you milk
and cookies. Merry Cris-
tmas and I really want a
Cannon bolt. Love
Dillon

Dear Santa,
It was kind of fun to
take pictures with you. I
have made my little list of
what I want for Christmas, I
want an American Girl Doll
a2nd 2 new tire for my bike.
But that's not all because I
haven't thought of wha tI
really wanted. I will let you
know. Love
Eliza

See SANTA, page 2C


Kylee Frazier has Santa dropping off presents.


A puliatonofth WshngonCont Nwsandth HlesCony imsAdvetier*.ecebe 1,00





2C, Washington County News/ Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, December 19, 2007


SANTA
From page 1C

Dear Santa,
Thank you for the pres-
ents last year. I hope you
have a Merry Christmas
too! At night I will leave
cookies and milk for you
and carrots for the reindeer
in a bag For Christmas, I
want a pink bike with a back
pack in front, and I-pod and
a rock band. Love,
Isabella

Dear Santa,
I Love you! I'l Leave
cookies I'll Leave carrots
for Rudolph and his friends.
I hope you will make it! Say
hi to Rudolph for me! Bring
me what I want Ho!Ho! Ho!
Thank you, By:
Cotton

Dear Santa,
I would like a PS3. I
would like a new skate-
board. I would like a new
bike, and some PS2 games,
and some ps3 games. And
some psp games. And a pso.
I will leave you cookies and
milk. Love
Hunter

Dear Santa,
I want something for
christmas. Please bring me
a trampoline, a toy truck
and lots of surprises. I have
been good half of the time.
I'll leave you some cookes.
Say hello to Mrs. Claus for
me. Love
CJ.

Dear Santa,
For Christmas I want a
train set and a gun shoot-
ing game. I hope you are all
right. I hope Rudolph, the
elves and Grandma Claus
are alright too. I'll leave
you cookies and milk. Love
Jacob Merry Christmas
Santa. Love
Jacob

Dear Santa,
When you come to my
house, I will leave you
some milk and cookies. We
will have a great Christmas.
Thank you for the presents
from last year. I will have
Rudolph some food. I hope
you have a good Christmas.
For Christmas, I would like
a Twelve Dancing Prin-
cesses Castle, a Hannah
Montana stage, a watch that
has Hannah Montana on it;
High School Musical Dolls,
a makeup set and some art
room stuff. Your friend,
Abagail

Kate M. Smith

Linda Pigot's class:
Dear Santa:
I've been a good boy.
I would like transformer
toys, video games, trans-


Mary Paramore/WCN
Northwest Florida Community Hospital was an award winner in the Chipley
Christmas parade.


former book with buttons,
Spider-man 3 movie, play
station 2, Spider-man Vs
Vendr davt lag, food to the
Spider-man and computer.
My mom asked me
for you to bring me some
clothes. Love,
Dylan Adams

Dear Santa:
I have tried to be very
good but I can go a little
overbord. I was hopin you
would get me a electric gui-
tar, a Xbox 360, a WII play
station 2, guitar hero, all the
sets of the Bass Pro Adven-
ture, and truck sets. Hoe are
your randeer? I hope they
are good. Your friend,
Tucker Alderman

Dear Santa:
I have tried to be very
good this past year. I am 7
years old. I live on Hwy. 90.
My house number is 676.
I live the same place i did
last year. Remember I was
in Michigan. That's where
I'll be this year. Is Rudolph
doing good? I want the
American girl named Nicki,
a computer for my class, a
purse and a really small pet
like a bunny or a puppy.
Santa Claus, please bring
me those things, Even if you
don't, I'll still love you.
Emily Anderson

Dear Santa:
My name is Kaci Comp-
ton. I live on State Park
Road. Thank you for the
presents from last year.
How are the reindeer? I
wood like you to bring me
High School Musicle Cov-
ers, nail polish and also sur-
prises. Some people don't
believe in you, but I do. I
am trying to be sooo good.
I also need a package of
pencils. Christmas is my fa-
vorite holiday. You must be
tired from visiting all those
country and fool from eat-
ing all those snacks. Will
you please bring me a picture


Yuletide


u Greetings

Our hearts are filled with gratitude as we wish you and
yours a very merry Christmas and a happy New Year.
Thankyou foryour support this past year.
We hope to see you again soon.



RONNIE JULIAN BILLY BILL
COLEY WILLIAMS BRYAN ALLARD



*. RICK DANNY RICK BARNES TIM BENTON
TIDWELL WIKLE SALES MGR. FINANCE MGRI,


of Roodof and you and I
need some real earrings. P.S.
and bring my daddy and my
mama something too.
Kaci Compton

Dear Santa:
My name is Cameron
Cope. I live on 266 Cope
d. How are your reindeer.
I hope they are eddy to fly.
Can you please bring me
a pockymon game for my
game boy and a dirt bike,
and a dirt bik helmet, and
soot and a atendids a to
muhok. Love,
Cameron Cope

Dear Santa:
My name is Kaylie. I
tried to be good this year
but I've been a little bad this
year. Santa, what I want is a
forweller, and a CD player
and Ipod, but what I really
want is a gootcar and a lap
top and $10,000 dollars.
Love,
Kylie Renea Cobble

Dear Santa:
My name is Noah Gusta-
son. I'm trying to be a good
boy. My address is 1109
Pine Bluff Drive. Santa,
how are your rain deer?
Please bring me an Xbox
and a P.S.3. P.S. bring my
sister something too! Your
friend,
Noah Gustason

Dear Santa:
I live in Chipley. I have
tride to be so good. I have
ben number I in class. I want
a paint ball gun, a miniature


Ipod, a psp, a zoo tycoon,
indian stuff, a pop gun and
boxers. Love,
Andrew Jeffries

Dear Santa:
My name is Evan. oopss,
I forget my last name) New-
ell. Oh Santa, I have tried
to be good instead of being
notey, but I am nice like I
should not like the other
boys and girls that are bad
at Christmas time. I am like
Tucker and Lila when I am
at school in class. Santa, I
would like to have all the
things that are on my list.
Evan Newell

Dear Santa:
I have been good all day.
You're the man! Santa,
bring me an Xbox 360. San-
ta, please bring me school
clothes Santa, please bring
me and my mom and dad
a gift. Santa, I want a new
bow to hunt with. Santa,
how are your raindear do-
ing? Santa, how are you do-
ing? Santa, how are the elvs
doing? Santa, You are doing
good too, I hope, Love,
Jeffrey Price

Dear Saint Nick:
I have been trying to be
good but sometimes I go off
the hook. But anyway, how
are the reindeer and how is
Mrs. Claus? I want a game
for my psp, a shirt, socks
and boxers, some toy cars,
a soccer ball, a basketball, a
Jurassic Park book, a paint
ball gun and paint balls, a
hoody jacket, a stuffed bear,


a hat, a bicycle, a baseball,
an Ipod, play station and a
Wii. Your friend,
Jack Shelley

Dear Santa:
My name is Caleb Sloan.
I have tried to be good this
year but I have been bad
some this year. My address
is 32428 Donnell Rd. Please
bring me an Ipod, DS, four
wiler, Star Wars the game, I
hope you get something for
my teacher too. Love,
Caleb Sloan

Dear Santa:
I have been trying to be
good since last Christmas.
How are your raindear?
How is Rudof doing? I,hope
you bring me a trampoline
and a pool, and a Bratz doll.
I hope I see you next year
around. P.S. and a lap top!
Love,
Kaycee Lee

Dear Santa:
Hi Santa! I'm Mackenzie
Anne Smith. I can't wait at
all for you to come. I have
dookies for you and I have
milk too. I don't want coal
for Christmas. I want an
ipod, power scooter, laptop,
paper clane, ticket to the
Nutcraker, and $500 dol-
lars. I enjoyed the presentss
that you gave me last year.
You're the best Santa Claus
and if you don't bring all
my gifts, it's okay. I'll still
love you! Love,
Mack Smith

Dear Santa:
I like the ramokatboll car
that you gave me last year
and I've been wounding how
your reindeer have been.
I've been hoping that I can
get a four wilier, clothes,
shoos, a tomahalk, a bow
& arrow, and a Cede player,
and get my mom and dad
something. Your friend,
PJ. Spencer

Dear Santa:
I have tried to be good
this year. Sometimes I mess
up a lot and I know that is
bad. May you please give
me an Ipod so I can listen
in the car when we go on a
trip? I want a coler set, and a
DS game, a teddy bear that
is lucky. I am thankful for
my last presents, and don't
forget my family. I want you
to get my dad a fishing hook
and my mom wants a pan
that matches a spoon and a


fork and plate. I ant you to
get Mrs. Pigott a new rifig
that sparkels light and some
purfom. I love Christmas
Santa. Love, your friend,
Jaqueline Stewart

Dear Santa:
I have tried to be 100
percent good this year, but I
have made some .mistakes.
So I apologize. Please bring
me presents this year inst-
ed of coal. Just so you don't
miss my house, I will tell
you where I live. My house
is the first one on Birde
Lane. My address is 1259.
Now I will tell you want I
want. I would like a rolling
duffle bag in ice blue, chat
nows, Vera Bradley lunch
box and a Sherry. Please
make that monogramed.
Also a digital camera, and
some stuff for my Ameri-
can Girl, Amber. If that is
too much, you don't have to
give anything to Mary-Ro-
salyn. P.S. I hope you can
make it. Love,
Lila Taylor

Dear Santa:
Hi, Santa! My name is
Tiffany Terrell. Thank you
for giving me presets from
last year. I apresheat them. I
hve been trying to be good for
a long time! Santa, I want
an Xbox, a psa, CD player
and CDs. Your friend,
Tiffany Terrell

Dear Santa:
I have tried to listen and
do my best and be good.
How has your rain deer
een? My address is 2260
Lisa Kabe, My name is
Brian Williams. I live in the
samr house you came to last
year. Will you please bring
me aome Atlanta Braves
cloos, a Chippel Jones and
Andrew Jones, an Atey
Redriegez jersey, a wii, a
PS3, some Boxers, under
aurmer socks, Indian stuff
including a tomahak and
something for my dad even
though he hasn't been as
good as me. Your friend,
Brian Williams,
the loving one.

Ms. Romano's class

Dear Santa:
I cannot wait until
Christmas. I am going to
leve milk and cookes for
you. I have been very nice

See SANTA, page 3C


-'a
~w. -"a


Keep Your


Holidays Safe



4 Check electrical decorations for .
cracked or frayed wiring and plugs
for loose connections. *


4 Don't nail or staple through the
electrical cords.


*.Make sure any extention cords with
outdoor decorations are rated for
outdoor use, and keep them out of
water.


Never leave your decorations on
while you're away from home or
after you have gone to bed.

Have a Safe & Merry Christmas
and a Happy New Year!


West Florida Electric
A Touchstone Energy" Cooperative 4A
The power of himian connec((nis


I





Wednesday, December 19, 2007, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 3C


SANTA
From page 2C

his year. Did you know that
I have already made my
Christmas list? I want for
Christmas is games for my
Xbox 360, a bike, a pool, a
four wheeler and that's all.
Tell Mrs. Clause I said Hel-
'o and Merry Christmas.
Unsigned

Dear Santa:
How are you and Mrs.
Clase. For Christmas, I
would like a green laptop,
wii games for the wii, a
new pool, and a new bike,
a hot tub, a new phone, and
a motorcycle. The thing that
I want the most is a motor-
cycle. My family and I have
,'put up our Christmas tree. I
hope you are hungry when
you come by because I am
going to leave some milk
and cookies around the
Christmas tree for you. Sin-
cerely,
Joaquin Iburra

Dear Santa:
I have a dog that is afraid
of kid's. His name is Gary.
SMy puppy has blue eyes.
He's white with black spot.
'He's very curly. He's of-
ten in his box because he's
Afraid of kids. When I take
him out of the box and put
him on the floor he runs
back in the box. I can't take
him out of the box to play
-. with him. I get very ad be-
'cause I never can play with
my puppy.
,'Unsigned

Dear Santa:
I can't wait until Christ-
-mas. I was good this year.
I would like to have a bike,
one video game, a four
"wheeler, Heeley's, a disco
ball, clothes, shoes, paint
ball gun, electric guitar, gui-
tar hero one, a lot of toys,
.;a lap top, Barbies, Bratz, a
Barbie kitchen, Barbie car
,and house. Santa, the thing
I want most is a a laptop.
Santa, on Christmas there
will be a present for you.
Tell Mrs. Clause that I said
Merry Christmas.
Sierra Brock

. Dear Santa:
What have you been do-
ing lately? You must be
busy because it's close to
"Christmas. I have been very
nice this year. On Christ-
mas Eve, my mom and I are
going to make cookies and
milk. Santa I want to tell you
what I want for Christmas. I
want skates, real comput-
er, bag of candy, clothes,
shoes, a dog leach, hot tub,
lip gbloss, ear rings and a
wii game. What I want the
most is a wii game. I hope
you make my wishes come
true. Sincerely,
Ameena Bell

Dear Santa:
It has been a while since
I have written you last. I
been very good this year.


I already made my list of
things for Christmas. I
want make up, real com-
puter, earrings, cell phone,
clothes, shoes, candy, four
wheeler and a blue guitar.
Tell Mrs. Clause I said have
a great time. You, too Santa.
I hope you make my wish
come true. I will tell my
mom to make cookies and
pour milk in a cup for you.
Santa how do you get the
toys or do you make them?
The thing that I would re-
ally like is a cell phone. I
want a cell phone so I can
call my friend. I like your
little elfs you have. Can you
tell me how many deer you
have and there names to?
Do your deers really fly.
Have a great Christmas.
Yajaira Reyes

Dear Santa:
I have been very good
this year. Now I have al-
ready made my Christmas
list. These are the things
I want, a wii, play station
3, wii games, and a four
wheeler. The thing I want
most out of these is the
game because it has a re-
mote for a controller. Santa,
I hope you and Mrs. Clause
have a Merry Christmas.
Brian

Dear Santa:
I can not wait until
Christmas Day. This year,
I want a G.I. Joe and a cell
phone. I want Pins, a skate
board, Xbox 360. The thing
I want most is a dirt bike. I
want one hundred toy cars.
a Laptop. How is Rudolph
and the other reindeer? I
hope you like our Christ-
mas tree. I can't wait to
see what you give me for
Christmas. Love,
Tony Futch

Dear Santa:
I cannot wait until Christ-
mas. These are the things
I want. one four wheeler,
bubble jacket, Xbox 360,
remote control car, I want
the four wheeler the most
because I never had one.
Have a safe trip on Christ-
'mas Eve.)Sincerely,.
Marley Booker

Dear Santa:
I cannot wait until Christ-
mas. I have been good this
year. I want a book, clothes,
Heeley's, doll, ball, Xbox,
Shiek the third, and a Game
boy. Santa, the thing I want
the most is Heeley's. Merry
Christmas Santa and tell the
elves I said Hi.
Unsigned

Dear Santa:
I cannot wait until Christ-
mas. I have already made
my Christmas list. I want a
for wheeler, wii, play sta-
tion 3, dirt bike, ping pong
table, pool, a lot of toys, and
moon game. I want the ping
pong table the most because
it is my favorite game. I will
leave you a lot of milk and
cookies. Love,
Dallas Willkinson


Mary Paramore/WCN
The Florida Forestry Queens had a winning float in the Chipley Christmas
parade.


Dear Santa:
I have been nice this
year. I have already made
my Chrismas list. How are
you and Mrs. Clase doing?
These are things I want: wii,
paint ball, crash games, dirt
bike, pokemon card, new
ear phones, a dragon cover
or a transformer. I hope you
have a Merry Christmas,
Santa. The thing I want
most is a wii. My whole
family wants one. I have
cookies for you. Love,
Briton

Dear Santa:
I cannot wait unil Christ-
mas. I was nice this year.
This is what I want for
Christmas: Skate board, flat
screen TV, MX, Soccer ball,
Game Boy Advance, Xbox,
basketball, drawing paper,
cell phone, Play Station 2,
game and crayeolas. I hope
you have a good time. Can
you tell Mrs. Clause and the
elves Merry Christmas?
Alfonso Galven


Dear Santa Bear:
I cannot wait until
Christmas. I have been nice
this year. Did you know
that I have already made
my list. I want a phone,
pencil sharpener, ring and
Heeley's. I have never had
Heeley's. Tell Santa Claws
I said thank you for giving
me candy.
Lily Chan

Dear Santa:
I cannot wait until Christ-
mas Day. Santa did you
know that I have already
made my Christmas list?
Santa I been very nice this
year and I want a cat and
a for wheeler and a lab top
and I hope you will have a
good Christmas.
Unsigned

Dear Santa:
I cannot wait until
Christmas. I hope you get
me a puppy, a bed for our
cat, a new bike to ride. The
most thing I want is a pup-
py cause they are cute and
playful. I will leave some










.






May you be greatly
bleaded by the true spirit
of Christmas, and may
His great gift illuminate
your heart and bring you
comfort and joy.
Merry Christmau From
All Of Us At
WHITFIELD TIMBER
Hwy 90 West, Chipley, FL
638-7393


milk and pie for you. I also
want a kid's car and make
up. Have a safe trip and a
Merry Christmas. Tell Mrs.
Clause hello.
Meagan Justice

Dear Santa:.
My puppy is afraid of
kids. I have a puppy named
Faith. My puppy has black
eyes and she is afraid of
kids. She is only afraid of
people she don't know. She
is not scared of me because
I'm the owner. One time I
brong my best friend in the
house. I turned around to
get her but she had hid. I
looked everywhere for her,
but I could not find her. But
then when I sat on the bed I
saw a white tail. Then when
I saw it, I put some treats
out to get her. She came out
and I said don't be scared.
She's not going to hurt you.
Now my dog is not scared.
Ameena

Dear Santa:
How are you and Mrs.
Clause doing? What I want


for Christmas is a four-
wheeler, a Razor cell, hot
tub, a real car, wii, big screen
TV, pool table, high heels,
blue laptop, a bell off your
sleigh, a Matt Kensis shirt
and hat. What I really want
for Christmas is a blue lap
top and a Razor cell phone.
I have been very nice and
good this year. I will leave
you 10 cookies on Christ-
mas Eve. Tell Mrs. Clause
to make me a big cookie
please. I have been reading
about you every day. You
are a nice Santa. Thanks for
the picture of you and me.
Christmas is my favorite
holiday because you bring
everybody presents. Have
a safe trip. Don't crash .
Christmas is almost here.
Are your reindeer well fed
and ready for Christmas?
Brooklynn Hayes

Delia Peel's class

Dear Santa:
I have been very good
this year. I have worked
very hard at school learning
math and science. Sens I
been good, I wood like a be
be gun and a Kiac Kanda
toy boat. I hope you have a
good trip on Christmas Eve.
I will leave cakes and milk.
Clay

Dear Santa:
I have been very good
this year, and my mama
says that I have been good
too. I want a four wheeler
and a doll for Christmas,
and a big teacher's bord and
that is all I want for Christ-
mas. I will leave you some
cookies and Milk.
Jakeria

Dear Santa:
I have been good this
year. I have worked very
hard in school. I want a big
robot and an Ipod for both
of my sisters. I want a new

See SANTA, page 4C

6 P((C^
J L.~ce

//7 so /


May you and your loved ones
draw strength and inspiration
from the miracle that is
Christmas,
and its message of faith,
goodwill and peace on earth.

Washington County
Christian School
1405 Brickyard Road Chipley
638-9227


We would like to take this opportunity
to wish all our customers a
SAFE AND HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON.
FROM MICHAEL, PAIGE AND MACIE

% t'j Chipley Heating & Cooling
1 232 Jackson Avenue, Chipley, FL
(Next to SouthPaw Embroidery)
638-1309 1-888-852-8826
SALES *. SERVICE INSTALLATION
WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL LEN A/
Lic. No. RM0066514
, .';" ---..'-r.-..:. .. iB^^

% S


HOLI D

GREETINGS

Here's hoping your holiday season is
overflowing with the many blessings
this great time of year has to offer.
We're truly grateful for
your kind support.
Merry Christmas From All Us!
Amine, Ann, Dwight, Lucious,


A & B Auto Sales
Highway 90 Chipley, FL
638-7445
)- .*..*>.. :: *,,..*-. ''.'-.ii .!: ~^'^jS.'*!!~."S!S ..:, _.


lieesI






D)isjies


JD OWENS & CO.
Carpet & Vinyl Outlet
Hwy. 90 East, Marianna, FL
526-3619
Doris, Jaunell, Ken, & Kinnon


We 0"d


-- .~W* ,,1,;j9 ~ Y1~.~.~rA~-n ~ ik~~iW9~ d.F~-i1.5~4~&~


Here's Wishing You a Very
Merry Christmas From
Calvin, Joyce & family

Washington County
Superintendent of
Schools

A NST NSON


V V
ivlo


' r





4C, Washington County News/ Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, December 19, 2007


SANTA
From page 3C

shotgun and a play gun and I
want a hug from you. I love
you Santa. Your friend,
Mason

Dear Santa:
I have been very good
this year. I have two sisters,
two brothers adn two dogs,
and a mom and a dad. They
been good this year too.
This is what I want for Cris-
mas, a Hannah Montana
High School Musicle Bed
Spred, kid red jep, Crismas
doll. Yur Friend,
Heather

Dear Santa:
I have been very good
this year. I have worked
very hard at school learn-
ing math, reading and writ-
ing. Since I hve been good,
i would like a benio and a
power ranger game and
dragon ball 7 game and a
PSP and a MP3 player and a
sainc and shadow game for
Christmas. I hopt you have
a safe trip on Christmas.
Sincerely,
Terence

Dear Santa:
I want a PSP and a drum
for Christmas and a nen-
tendo DS, some clothes
for me to wear to school
on school days at school. I
lik to do math, reading, sci-
ence and vocabulary and
I been tgood this year and
will leave some cookies
and milk, and I want a big
screen TV. Your friend,
Eric

Dear Santa:
I hve been very good this
year. I have tried not to fite
with my sister and cosin. I
want a TV and a horn shn-
daiped for Christmas. PS I
will leave you some cook-
ies and some milk. Your
friend,
Makenzie

Dear Santa:
I have been very this year. I have gitin 100 in
school and when I do I git
tetes. I got science and its
good. My teacher is D. Peel
and she is good.
I will leave you some
cookies and some milk.
Jamie

Dear Santa:
For Christmas I want
a Bratz dolls and I want a
house with it and a tub and
snow coming down. Sin-
cerely
Taliyah

Dear Santa:
I have been very good
this year. I want a four-
wheeler, bike, skate bord,
mother sikel, Spider-man
toy, and a belt.Your friend,
Levi


Not every float in the Chipley Christmas parade was big.


hard in school. I love you
Santa. I hope you come to
my house. 26 days is a long
time before I get toys. I will
leav you a lot of cookies. I
hope you like them.
Mclhayla

Dear Santa:
For Christmas I wot a
Xbox, a dirt bike and Ipods
and wii. Love,
Jeremiah

Dear Santa:
I want nintindde and a
megin Rex, a sipgit car. I
have cookees for you on the
table.
Evan

Dear Santa:
I wont a Ipod for Christ-
mas and I want a bike. and
I want a conpouter. I love
you Santa.
Morgan

Dear Santa:
I want a Ipod and a shot
gun and a game boy with
two games, a wide screen
TV and some new girl re-
cord that will invite me to
her birthday party. Santa, I
have been a very good boy
this year so Santa would
you give me all I want. Sin-
cerely
Will Price

Dear Santa:
I have ben a good girl.
What I want for Christmas
is a hamster. I want a doll
like me and I want two
Dragon toys, blue green
and brown. I want a motor
racer and a jump rope and a
hamster cage. Mary Christ-
mas Santa
Tinsley

J. Richter's class


Dear Santa: Dear Santa:
I hope you have a good I want a labtop computer
time, Tell roodoff that I sed for Christmas; a new phone;
hey! I have been working a new dirt bike. I want a flat.


screen TV and army books
and a skate bord ramp. I
want a gun cabinet, a Hang-
man game and a new lunch
box. I want a Black Hawk
Down movie and shoes.
I hope you have a good
Christmas.
Gauge Carter

Dear Santa:
How are your reindeer?
How is Mrs. Claus and how
are you doing? This year,
I hope I get an Ipod and a
hopping ball and a pottery
wheel. For my brother, he
would like a big truck and a
tractor with no pedals. Your
friend,
Addie Cook

Dear Santa:
I want an Ipod and a
camera. I want a computer,
a wii and some ear wrings.
For my mom, I'll give her
a dress, flowers, a fairy and
perfeme. For my dad, I'll
give him clothes, a tie, shoes
and tools. For my brother, I
will give him trucks, play
cars and socks. For my sis-
ter, I will give her an Ipod,
ear wrings, and clothes.
Unsigned

Dear Santa:
Is Ms. Claus doing good?
I hope your sleigh is not
rusted. How are the rein-
deer doing? I want this: a
wii, money, baseball cards,
and some shockes. I hope
the reindeer don't get tired.
I hope you have a good
flight around the world.
Chandler Corbin

Dear Santa:
How are you doing? I
want a wii, pokeman cards,
clone two gif cards, twenty
gage shotfun bullits and
toys.
Dylan Williams

Dear Santa:
How have you and Mrs.


Mary Paramore/WCN


Claus been? Are you freez-
ing up there? For Christ-
mas, I want a laptop, pbo,
money, horsey, make up,
clothes, rings, Deles, slip-
pers and earrings.
Skylor Richter

Dear Santa:
Tell Ms Claus I said hel-
lo. I want clothes, an Ipod,
a math desk set and shoes.
A laptop, a snow scene,
machine (2 of them), a
necklace, and slippers, a ct
desk set, the movie Hanna
Montanna, the movie High
School Musical, a mouth
and pay $5 desk set, Santa
Claus three games, a new
purse and earrings, baby
dolls that play in school
musicals. Your friend,
Taylor

Dear Santa:
How are you and Mrs.
Claus doing? I hope your
doing good. I want an Ipod
and a scooter. Tell Rudolph
that I said hey, and all the
other reindeer. I hope there
doing okay. I'll leave you
chocolate chip cookies and
chocolate milk. Love,
Kyndal Syffrett

Dear Santa:
How have you been do-
ing up there? Is Rudolph
okay? When you come to
my home, I'll have a batch
of cookies for you. This
year, I hope I get an Ipod
and a friendship ring for
me, Addie and Will. Maybe
I'll have to give Rudolph
another cookie. I'll try to
make a cookie for all your
reindeer. Save a cookie for
Miss Clause.
Autumn

Dear Santa:
How have you and Mrs.
Claus been this year? I
wanted to tell you what I
want for Christmas. I want
you to chose an Ipod or the


game putt-Putt. I will leave
you some cookies and milk.
Love,
Aleya

Dear Santa:
Howv is Mrs. Claus do-
ing? Are the reindeer ok?
I want an Ipod, a puppy, a
cell phone and a laptop. sI
will leave cookies and milk
on the table.
Skylar

Dear Santa:
How are you doing this
year? I would like a dirt
bike, play station 2 with a
wii game. I would like to get
a Kane room to move into
the new house. a wii, a bow
and arrow, 12 gauge bullet
targets, to go up north and
see snow and see dad stay
home for a week. Finally
I want to go to a wrestling
match.
Robert Clopton

Dear Santa:
How are you and Ms.
Claus and the reideer do-
ing? This Chrismis I want a
Ipod, a computer, desk, big
huge doll, big huge ball, a
little people's house, a cell
phone, baby dolls and little
people's house.
Kayla Drummond

Dear Santa:
Hoe are you and Mrs.
Claus? I want an Ipod,
Xbox, bike, Ipod, shot gun
with toy bullets and a 4-
wheeler and a wwe ring.
Kyodal

Dear Santa:
How have you and Mrs.
Claus been? I want you to
give me anything you want.
You can give me nothing.
Shyeianna

Dear Santa:
I hope I get to see you
and Rudolf. Can I have
him? Can I have a flag foot-
ball kit and Miami stuff?
That's all I want.
Chase

Dear Santa:
I have been good in sec-
ond grade so will you re-
ward me. I want the movie
"Surfs Up,: a Ben Teh toy,
and a four-wheeler and
a jystusle toy Superman,
Batman's spaceship, his
Batmobile, Scooby Doo
and the cyber choke. Thank
you, have a safe trip.
Will Kolmetz

Mrs. Kirkland's class

Dear Santa:
I would like X box 360. I
want the wii. Love,
Max

Dear Santa:
I would like 4 wheeler. I
would drive it. and a drum
set. I would play it. love,
Jamison

Dear Santa:
I want a wii because I
can Play games. I want a
laptop because I can look


on line and see how to spell
words. I want a Tommy 20
because I can sot pelpoe. I
want a XBox 360 because I
can play games. I've been
very vrey good. Love,
Elijah Mosley

Dear Santa:
I would like a baby alive,
in a wii, in a 3 ting binder
in a buycle in a goal ear in a
ring in a dog in a pet cat in
a big scooder in a fish in a
laptop in a Spogbob Scau-
pants. Love,
Janasian


Dear Santa:
I would like a laptop be-
cus I cod play gams on it,
The secint thing I wot is a
XBox 360 1 wot a Xbox360
is Becus I cud playgams.
The thrd thing I wot is a 4-
wheeler I wot a 4 wheeler is
becus I can rid it. foth thing
I wot is a wlii. I wot a will
is becus I will wave fun pla-
ing the gams. to Love
George Kerr

Dear Santa:
I would like laptop be-
cause I can play on the
inrenet. I need the naked
brother's cd because I can,
lisn to the music. I want
the Sailphone because I can,
call my friends and I want
a mix max because I can
wach videos on it. I want a
Hannah Montana gwtar be-
cause I can play songs on it-
Love,
Emilie Smith

Dear Santa:
I would hav an achinfigr,
with OSM fiting moofs and
another one that is a viin a
spider-man one and a ve-
num one. Well evere video.
game then a sqm dode n
my stoking and a big cande,
can Well I cat think of ene
more. Love,
Dylan

Dear Santa:
I would like a robot.
dog and Hannah Montana
gootar and Two urial guns-
and A Aurlle seatea player
and A poenea an A barbea,
dol Jeep and A wrial baby
kitten. Love,
Kaitlyn Usery

Dear Santa:
I would like an rel horse
because i can rid it. I would;
like a cator horo2. because I
love playing it. Xbox 360
because I never played ne.
Wii because I want to played
one. Play shin 3 because I
want very bad laptop because,
my brother want let me play
he's What you gave him last
year. dnink'mank because I
can feed him. Love
Ty

Dear Santa:
I would like an baby
bratZZ because i'v been
good. and I want an bratZZ
doll because I like presses.
and I have been good lately:

See SANTA, page 5C


wi5Uli" 4oU
LL Ar /


To all our patients, associates
and their families, go our best
wishes for a happy holiday
eason. For the gift of your
trust, we are deeply grateful.
MERRY CHRISTMAS
from Mark Garney
and the Employees of
-.. SOUTHERN FAMILY HEALTHCARE, PA.
1376 Brickyard Rd., Suite 5 Chipley, FL
(850) 638-4383


I I





Wednesday, December 19, 2007, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 5C


SANTA
From page 4C

give me an kine that you
want me to get. come to
1226 Road. Love,
Umayiah Patton

Dear Santa:
I would like a Dragon
ball Z game for my game-
boy. because it is Board with
out game in a gameboy. in a
tuck with a remote control
because so I can paly with it
inside in I would like a toy
car because I will paly with
my other toys. I would like
a game for the Play Statio
two ind Reddeow because I
can lice to the mule. Love,
Justin Lyle

Dear Santa:
I would like an pink lab-
top. I want a pink labtop.
Why I want a pink labtop so
I can tipe on it. I want the
Hanamontana CD. Why I
want it because i lie lisning
to it. I want a 4 wheeler be-
cause I like ridingit. why
I like riding because it is
fun. I like colon because it
smells good. Why it sells
good because it smells like
orange. Love,
Andrea

Dear Santa:
I would like a 2 puppys
because they are kut. a dirt
bike because they are fun.
I went a guitar so I can be
a rack star. a ipod because
I can lisn to micec, A lidl
pony because I can rid it
because I can be a cow boy.
A new rood of the red nose
rader because my wons will
have friends. Love,
Connor

Dear Santa:
I would like a laptop. I
wouldlikebecas I do not hav
eone. A XBox 360. I woul
dlike becas I donot have
one. a guitar I would like
becas I do not have one. a
Bratz bady Yasmin I would
like becas I bo not have
one. Love,
Madison Woodward

Dear Santa:
I would like diffint kind


Mary Paramore/WCN
Cub Scout Pack 339 was an award winner in the Chipley parade.


of make up. I would like
a purlp laptop to tip on. I
would like diffint kind of
closes. I would like an ani-
mal a brown noses to play
with. I would like a pink
diary. I would like an green
scooter. I been good. Love,
Mindy Otto

Dear Santa:
I would like an Laptop
go I can play any game
nay time I want. I want a
babby bratz because I like
them very much. I wouldn't
minde if I could get a ice
cream mushean. I doesn't
know it there is a such
thing as a ice cream mush-
ean. I soul apreasheaat that.
Love,
Khaila

Dear Santa:
I would like a laptop be-
cause I like to play games
on it and a Bratz babby I
like to play with it and a 4
wheeler because I like to
ride it and a Bratz to play
with it and a X box 360. I
like to play games on it and
new clos. So I an whe it to
school. and a dert bike so I
can rid it. Love,
Kahlisa

Dear Santa:
I would like a laptop be-
cuse I ned to tipe a story. I
would like a dort bike. be-
cause I need sumtin to ride
in the tort. I would like a for
oilor because I can ride it in
the dort with. bras nucls be-


cause punch the wall. Love,
Pacey

Mrs. Cope's class

Dear Santa:
I have been good this
year. How is Rudolph do-
ing? How are you doing?
I have been doing good. I
would like some socks and
a pair of shoes. I want new
paint. Smak down vs raw
2008 the game, Spider man
3 the game, a toy animal
Star war the vido game and
the movie. Have a safe trip.
Sincerely,
Charles

Dear Santa:
How is Mrs. Claus? I've
been very good this year.
how are the reindeer? How
is Rudolph I will leave you
mild and cookies, the rein-
deer will get carrots. Thank
you for the toys last year.
This year I want a Play Sta-
tion 3 for Christmas. Your
friend,
Jacob Seaborn

Dear Santa:
How is Mrs. Claus do-
ing? If she is doing good
that is great. Oh, I have been
good this past year. Can you
tell me how your reindeer
and elves are doing? Let me
know how they are doing
and how is Rudolph? Oh,
I am going to leave carrots
out for you reindeer and
something special for you. I
want a camera phone that


is real just like my daddy
Chris phone but pink. thank
you for the toys last Christ-
mas. Buy the way how are
you doig Santa Cluas? I
hope you are doing good.
I thak you for Christmas
and Christmas eve. Did you
enjoy my families cookie?
Love,
Hailey

Dear Santa:
How is mrs claws? I'm
good. I'm helping people
for cistmiss I wont a psp
and a playstation 3. santa
thank you for the presents
this year. Sincerely
De Andre Belcher

Dear Santa:
How are you doing? I
hope your dong good. Is
Mrs. Claus doing food? I
hope the reindeer are doing
good to. Thanks for bring-
ing the toys last year. I have
been good this year Can I
please have the movie Star
wars all 6 of them? Can I
have a four weeler to Can
I have a skateboard and a
playstation two with some
games with it. Sincerely,
Jake

Dear Santa:
How is Mrs. Claus doing
How is Rudolph, the elves
and Riendeer doing I have
been good this year I want
a real phone for Christmas
and a stuff teddy bears a toy
dog and cat. I like them very
much. I would play with


theme and cuddle with them
so much. hope you have a
save tirp. Your friend,
Brianna

Dear Santa:
Could you tell me what
your reindeer names? Oh
and how are you? I've done
great this year. I want an
Xbox 360, a ps2, a ps3,
and the agen reble please.
Thank you for the presents
last year. Your friend,
Justin

Dear Santa:
How is Mrs. Claus?
thank you for the toys last
year. How are you? hope
you are fine. for chistmas
I want an X-BOX. how are
The elves and rein deed?
Your friend,
Nicholas

Dear Santa:
How are you doing San-
ta? How are the reideers
doin? How do the elves
make the toys? Thank you
for giving me the toys last
year. the blanket and the ti-
ger. This year I would like
a Barbie, a monky, and a
horse. Be careful on your
trip. Sincerly,
C.C.

Dear Santa:
How is Mrs. claus? how
are you? Santa, what is your
reindeer's names. Santa I
have been a good girl this
year Thank you for your
Kindnes and thank you for
the toys last year Santa I
want a jeep and a real phone
for Christmas. Also I want-
ed to know how is Rudolph
doing. I love you Santa.
Sincerely,
Katly Lee

Dear Santa:
I have been extra good
this year. What is your rein-
deer names? I will leave you
some chocolate chip cook-
ies and some carrots for the
reindeer Here is my list, A
bike that says Misty on the
basket and with training
weels. And a lot of money.
I want a pearl necklace. I
also wand a real white. I
want a real horse that is a


yellow color a white stripe
done her forhead. Also a
white mane and tail. And
For my grandma to live a
long long time. Please let
Josh come to my Christmas
party Christmas Eve and on
Christmas Day. And make
sure the the bike has a bas-
ket not a bag a basket. I love
you Santa Claus. Thats all I
want. Your friend,
Kaylee Allissa Jefferies

Dear Santa:
how are you doing? How
cold is it in the north pole is
it very cold? Did you enjoy
the mild and cookies from
last year. I enjoyed the pres-
ents from last year. How do
you make the toys, couse I
want an i pod and an nin-
tendo DS. I also want new
cloths, shoes, and candy.
Sincerely,
Alex

Dear Santa:
How is Mrs. Claus? I;ve
been good this year. Thank
you for your kindness thank
you for the toys last year I
want an i pod, a Drakand-
Josh game boy. events game
and a lap top. Your friend,
Cameron

Dear Santa:
How are thing going?
Tell those reindeer to be
good. How are you doing?
I am How is Mrs. Claus I
hope she is well. I want a
100100 dollars. Sincerely,
Sarah Kelly

Dear Santa:
How are the elves and
the reindeer? How is ru-
dolph adn Mrs. Clause?
your ousome thank you for
the toys last year. this year
for Christmas I want a shot
gun, rifle, a pistle, com-
putor, laptop for my mom
ravoler, jeep, also a four
wheeler and he movei star
wars, love,
Bradon

Dear Santa:
How is Mrs. Claus do-
ing? Is she making cook-
ies?'How is Rudolph doing?

See SANTA, page 6C


Thank You

for Your business


]erry Ctrirstmias
from Mic(nk 4 iddLRLe
And( All The, Teaiui At

EASTERIV DIESEL
'C,-UtO 0Witexat rrt* p,,.


c ~)C~1ve~


Il'ishiniQ you and yours great joy as
we celebrate this holiest of seasons.
Merry Christmas Everyone!


KERRY ADKISON
ATTORNEY AT LAW
702 THIRD STREET
CHIPLEY
(850) 638-2643


v


LINDSEY PAGE
Sales Manger


The most precious gift of all, is the gift of friendship.
We thank you so much, for giving us yours.
Happy Holidays!

It's A SHORT DRIVE To BIG SAVINGS
BhereTe sOB PFORTE n": I
Wagon DODGE CHRYSLER JEEP "
Sits On Top" Across From ZAXBYS, Marianna, FL Jeep e *'
S(850)482-4601 (800) 483-1440 fr"sL
www.bobpfortedodge.com foillyGois'


i' Vi'shlng
4-



SYou A

zlIerry

iChristina


.'V


S


our pleasure serving you this pakt year
and zwe look for',ard to seeing you in the coming year!

ERA CHIPOLA REALTY
4 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU *
Chipley Branch Marianna Office Greenhead Branch Sneads Branch
(850) 638.2777 (850) 482.7788 (850) 773.7100 (850) 593.0088


MEN~
.6ER..


)



4


Each Office Indep.ndertiv


MiS~
I-


.,


N ,..,, -
0**K


Olorp To Qe Qewborn ting!

May you and your loved

ones rejoice in the miracle
Sof the holy season and may
this year hold the birth
of new blessings and the
promise of lasting peace.

Panhandle
\Family
Medicine, P.A.
877 3rd Street, Suite 4
Chipley, FL
S638-4555


m


i


a


0"


u.7





6C, Washington County News/ Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, December 19, 2007


SANTA
From page 5C

this year when you come to
my house making a ginger-
bread house I hope you like
it will have cram on top.
For Christmas I would like
a game called Dream Life
Super Star and a real pony
that will not hurt me. Will
you get my mom a jewely
set. Your friend,
Brook-Lynn

Dear Santa:
I have been so good this
year. how is Rudolph and
the reindeer? Did you like
the milk and cookies last
year? this year I will leave
you milk and cookies and
carrots for the reindeer.
How is Mrs. Claus? I hope
she is good. Thank you for
the toys last year. This year
I want a drum and piano for
Christmas. Sincerely,
Kylan

Dear Santa:
How have you been do-
ing? Than you for the toy
from last year How were my
cookies? How is Mrs. Claus
doing? I will liave carrots
for the reindeer and you do
not have to get me this I
wont a game boy and with
Spiderman 3. Sincerely,
Raymond Swatkowski

Dear Santa:
Thank you for the good
toys from last year. How are
your reindeer? I hope they
are doing fine. How are you
doing? I've been good this
year. Thank you for your
kindness, this year I want
3 rats and hamsters, a doll
house a laptop, 1 farret an
have a happy mary Chirist-
mas. Your friend,
Gabby

Dear Santa:
How have you and Mrs.
Claus been doing? I hope
you think I have been good
this year. I wanted to thank




Chrisfmastime

In The Cily!
*


Wishing You Peace,
Happiness, Love and
Laughter.
Merry Christmas
From The City of
Bonifay and Staff

CITY OF
BONIFAY
301 N. Harvey Etheridge
Bonifay, FL
--j 547-4238 r


Mary Paramore/WCN
Queens came in all sizes in the Chipley Christmas
parade.


you for the presents last
year. I can not wait until
Chistmas. Some people
don't believe in you, but I
know I do. What I want for
Chistmas is some church
and school clothes, but I
want to give you my love
and cookies, and milk. Your
friend,
Mackenzie Thompson

Mrs. Ivey's class

Dear Santa:
I want a speedboat. I love
a speedboat because it can
go fast. It makes the water
go up in the air. Love,
William Gravely

Dear Santa:
I want a Xbox 360 and a
mp3player for Christmas. I
will give you cookies and
milk. thank you. Santa,
Love
Joshua Patton

Dear Santa:
I been very good this
year. Can you get me a ba-
zooka? So my brother needs
an x-box 360 for Chistmas.


MerryChrismas

season be ftdd
w'kj an (ove.
Its been, 0Hr
piBasutre& to' seve
o&Utkis Wear.

From Allen, Susan,
Shirley, Tara & Travis at

ClarkInsurance

Services
Chipley, FL 638-1927
"Since 1928"





5Phristmas7





The administration,
faculty, and staff of
The Baptist College
of Florida wish for
you God's richest
blessings during this
Christmas season.
May the new year of
S2008 bring you the
joy of Christ's
presence in your
daily life.

Thorfas A. Kinchen
TPresident



B"p.0tist College
o1 Florida ......

5400 College Dr.
Graceville, FL 32440
www.baptistcollege.edu
800.328.2660


my sister needs a set of
heelies. Please can you get
us these gifts. love,
Terrance L. McKenzie

Dear Santa:
I have been so good all
year. I hope yo get me an I
pod, an mp3 Player and a
skate board. love,
Benjamin Holmes

Dear Santa:
I've been good all year. I
want an Ipod, Mp3 Player,
a lap top computer, razor
phone and 2 make-up sets
for Christmas. Love,
Katie Gates

Dear Santa:
I've been good all year
Santa. I hope you get me an
X-box 360 and the game
Halo 3. Can you get my
brother a Xbox game Halo?
Love,
Aaron Gates

Dear Santa:
Santa I've been good at
School and home and I want
you to go to my house and
please give me makeup and
/------ ~~


LOG ON
To A Great
Christmas!
Here's hoping a great
holiday is on the
program for you and
your family this year.
Thank you for the
privilege of serving you.




116 S. Waukesha St. Bonifay, FL
547-3036
798 Main Street Chipley, FL
415-6979 /


S specially |

orlJou....

We'd like to join jolly old Saint
, Nick in sending warm wishes
' to you and your loved ones this
S holiday season.
, We appreciate your goodwill
3 and trust in us, and thank you
for your business.
S Merry Christmnas
*: From All Us At

BROCK
AUTO
* BODY
1135 MAIN STREET
S CHIPLEY,FL

| 638-8768


cell phone and a computer
and one cat. love,
Elizabeth Martinez

Dear Santa:
I've been good. I want an
I pod, a gun, a MP3 Player,
and a football. I love you
because you make us toys.
I hope yo and Mrs. Clause
have a good Christmas.
love,
Collin Williams

Dear Santa:
I have been good. I want
a box of switches. Santa
why do you have a sleigh?
Santa why do you have a
beard, glasses and a hat? I
will see you at Christmas.
Love
Hunter Walsingham

Dear Santa:
I've been good. I want a
car, and remote control truck
and a robot. I hope you have
a good Christmas! Love,
Logan McAnear

Dear Santa:
I've been good this year.
I want an Ipod, a mattress,
a computer, and a phone. I
hope you and Mrs. Claus
have a nice time at the
Northpole. Love
Faith Curry

Dear Santa:
I've been good this year. I
want a Skateboard, a speed-
boat, a monster and a CD
player, i want a phone, too.
I am doing good. Love,
Caleb Thompson

Dear Santa:
I've been good all year. I
would like to have a doll
and some make-up. I also
would like a dog. Love,
Marcita Hysmith

Dear Santa:
I've been good, a little
bit. Can I please have an
I-pod, and a MP3 player.
Love,
Austin Scott


B3lessins


Season










May the coming season bring
peace to your home and joy to
your heart. We're truly grateful
for the blessing of your
friendship.
From Everyone At
COOK
DISCOUNT DRUGS
Don & Debbie Taylor
Owners
5324 Brown Street Graceville
263-4110


As we count our blessings
this holiday season and
reflect on the miracle of life,
we realize how much ours
has been enhanced by
knowing and serving
all of you.
May you and your loved ones
revel in the joy of the season.
Don and Nina Brown
and Staff
Shane Obert, Carolyn Commander,
Brandon Wilkes, Lounell Duncan
and Ron Swanson
Brown Funeral Home
1068 Main Street Chipley
912 Brickyard Road Chipley
638-4010


Dear Santa:
I've been very good. I
know that you are real. Can
I pleas have a Bratz Doll and
a cat and a horse. Love,
Emma Swisher

Mrs. Hudson's class:
Dear Santa Claus:
I want a laptop for
Christmas. How is Rudolph
doing? Does his red nose
still shine? How is Mrs.
Claus doing? And Santa, I
want a ipod for Christmas.
Thank you,
Justin

dear Santa:
I am making a surprise
for you. I hope you like it.
Do all the kids in the world
make you cookies? do they
give you milk? I am just
curious I would like you to
bring me a dog that has a
metal bone. I also want an
easy bake oven and a remote
control helicopter. Love
Caroline

Dear Santa Clause:
how are you reindeer?
are they well fed I hope
there well fed. Heres a list
of things I want for Christ-
mas. But I think Ms. hod-
son would like some Grinch
stuff so don't skip her house.
Oky now I can tell you what
I want Some bratz and bratz
cloths. My brother Chase
siad he would like power
rangers my mom Says she
would like some candles
and I don't now what eles
probly a new car. Now were
going to talk about by dady
he would like you to bring
him mother cleis stuff. Yor
friend
Breanna Brackin

Dear Santa Claus:
I hope you are making
me lots of stuff. Are you
going to carry tem in your
sleigh? by the way, Why
do you call one of the rein-
deers dancer? Does she
dance? why do you call










a V









From Your Neighbors at


DIRECT

Free Property Searches at
www.DirectRealtySells.com
(850) 773-0095


And there were in the same
county shepherds diliK'll ;' tlhe field,
Keeping watch over their flock by night.
And, lo, the angel of the Lord...
said unto them, Fear not.: fo; behold,
I bringyou good tidings of great joy,
which shall be to all people.
For unto you is born this day...a
Saviour, which is Christ the Lord.
-Luke 2:8-11


1 5are nia


another reindeer dasher?
does he dash away an don't:
lesten to you? When you
say stop? Please brange me
a nintendo and an ipod and
the biggest playhouse in the
world. Please get me a mini
refrigerator and all the stuff
that Hanna Montana gots.
Love.
Savanna Pate

Dear Santa:
When are you ever go-;
ing to wake me up? Are
you still a jolly old elf?
Does your noess still glow-
red? Does your sleigh need
a new seat? I have always'
wanted four wheeler. If you
could get me one I will be
happy. Im wiating.
Cody

Dear Santa:
I wondor If you have fun
making the toys. Rudolph
is my favorite reindeer. I
line when his nose lights
up. This is what I want for
Christmas. I want a game
boy with eight games and
a few action figures. a flat
screen tv and a Xbox 360
with, a few games. I also
want a CD Player a Merry
Christmas and to all of your
elves. Love
Lorenzo Saven Miller

Dear Santa Claus:
Santa, I would love a.
Barbie Skate board and,
some clothes. I also want
a gold I pod. What else I
want to get is a picture of
Rudolph and all your other.
reindeer. So, is Rudolph'
ok? Tell the elves I said
hey and get ready for work:,
Last Christmas you took:
the plate with you. I was,
right next to you asleep, but
then I hear something, but
it was just my puppy. My_
puppy birthday is on Christ-
mas. I want a lot of Barbie
dolls and clothes for it and.
a c.p.k and a flat screen tv.
See SANTA, page 7C


Everything here is
looking good for a
beautiful holiday season,
and your continued
business is the reason!
With best wishes and
gratitude to all our
valued customers.
From Terrie, Kay, Terry,
Karma and Vina
Final Touch
Style Shop
830 Main St., Chipley
638-3333

To Our Valued
Customers At:
Christmas










With our best wishes to you
and yours for a truly
priceless holiday season.
For your trust we are
deeply indebted, and for
your friendship we are
sincerely grateful.
Merry Christmas!
CHIPLEY FINANCIAL
SERVICES, INC.
Located at 911 A Carlisle Road
Chipley, FL (Behind McDonald's)
(850) 638-5400





Wednesday, December 19, 2007, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 7C


SANTA
From page 6C

and a picture of you and the
E3fs. I also want a computer
i'laptop. I Love you Santa.
-ove,
fameila T. Hogan

Dear Santa:
I want a gam boy, and
a romot air hog helicop-
ter, and a train set and a
metal detecter, and a power
wheels escuater, Love,
Steven

Dear Santa,
.I want the Simpsons
game for wii and rayman
raving rabbids 2 for wii and
Clliford the movie Then I
want Rudolphs shiny new
year movie and the Simp-
sons hit and run for game
cube. Love,
Austin

Dear Santa Claus:
For Christmas I want a
DS I pod a cellphone. I also
want a camera, a game boy,
a pink pair of earings a high
school musical pillow and
blanket. I'm waiting, Love,
Vanessa

Dear Santa Claus:
I always wnated a I-Pod
and I want a pink one. And
can I get me a reindeer for
Christmas? Can zI get Ru-
dolph Red Nose Reindeer?
May I get a c.d. Player? san-
ta Claus, tell the elves hey
and get ready for the toys.
Santa Claus Pleas let me get
a'doll that can swim in the
water. Santa Claus can I get
a laptop. "I'm waiting," It
Christmas Time!
Natoya S. Gifford

Dear Santa:
What are you doing in
the North Pole? Is Rudolph
there? I was Rudolph on the
tv. Tell Rudolph he's cool to
me. Hey Santa I hope you
are having a good time. I
would like a Atv and a nin-
tendo to and a x box 360.
Love,
Isasac Turner

Dear Santa:
I want a Nintetento DS
and I want a wii and Super
Ilario Party 8. Love.
Chris

Dear Santa:
: I want a Nindndo DS. I
hope you had a good year. I
wonder if I could have a
* Star Wars game. Could
/bu bring my dad a golf
)all? and could you bring
.ny Mom a necklace?
Love,
Jared

Dear Santa:
. I you are working. I
don't want to disappoint
you. I just want toys to play
with on December the 25th
because that's Christmas.
Thank you.
Travis
Dear Santa:
I want an i pod and a


pspe. Is Rudolph? Prancer
Dancer and all the other
reindeer ok? I want a MP3
player and a metal detector.
I want a power wheels ex-
cavator. Thank you Santa.
Love
Alex Shiver

Bonifay
Elementary
School

Ms. Braxton's class

Dear Santa,
I want a 4 weeler because I
never had one. I want a birt
bike because thay are cool.
Nolan: Dear Santa I wont
a pse and the move aven and
the chicmuncs and a fown
and a mp three player and a
dvd born.
Adrianna Bass

Dear Santa
What I want a dirtbike
an a game and a mask an
a ps3 and a xbox 360 and
some games for it and a
fishing pool and a bear and
a new hat, shert, and bants
and a gun and a b.b gun and
a toy box of cars. Love,
Will Brunk

Dear Santa,
I want a I pod a hon-
gey nongy hippos. And fan
I will leve some cake and
milk I uoga Princess and
the poeper money winning
leader ticket for the home
that look like a Ginger bead
home that we saw. Love
your little angle,
Charlotte Ficher

Dear Santa,
As you know I have
been a good boy. Here is my
Christmas list: Marvel Hero
Scope game Pokemon cards
Ben lo figures Pokemon fig-
ures I'll leave you and the
reindeer a snak. Love
Elliott Gould

Dear Santa,
I want a Hanna Montana
disc because she is my favirot
show. And I want a neckles
because it's buiful, and I want
Hanna Montana doll so I
can play Hanna Montanna.
And I want a radio so I can
lisen to music. And I want a
Hanna Montano poster and
I want a Hanna Montana a
toothbrush and I want Han-
na Montana movie. And
I want a Hanna Montana
shurt. Love your fend
Rosa Guerron

Dear Santa,
I want a 4 wheeler and
a psp, psp game, play stay-
shin. Real spy gajits, camo-
flog pants, Ipod. Pok mon
magazinyn. Wer my sigsed
cant see it that's password. I
made you a pitcher. Love,
Michael Hull

Dear Santa
I have a seret that I saw at
the door it was Santa Claus
and his elfs. Then I saw
surprise under my tree. An


James Bailey/HCTA
The cast of 'The Grinch' was on hand at the Bonifay Christmas celebra-
tion.


woke mo and dad an toad
my sister that Santa Claus
was hear He ask me if I was
good or nottle and good and
He have a surprise he tode.
He beer good and He give
me a prise. He toad me to
open the prise. He toad me
he was going to be right
back. My bal Love
Raymond Johnson

Dear Santa,
I want a I pod and idog
and pvippe and I want a
bick I want a baby aliv and
a cat and a hammoter srhut
That all I want?
Love Santa, from
Destiny Justice

Dear Santa,
I want a lot of hot will
cars and some Benlo toys
Like four hams and dimen
hed and let blast but most
of all I want Nref Long Sot
Sutr and The Last thing is a
Fusin Scooter Love
Tyler Lee

Dear Santa,
I want a jumping Bean.
I aso want dirt bike. I want
foowiler. I aso want a Bear.
I want a computer. I want
a DS. I want a ride jepe.
Love,
Katelynn

Dear Santa,
I wont dom heles and a
cat a cat that likes to play
Like my dog and I wont a
scooter for crismis and a
new bike that gos fast and
a new skat bord that has
those things on the back that
maks sqarcks I wont a new
tv cus my nef you throrw a
fan at it and now it is brok.
Love,
Madison Moss

Dear Santa,
I want a blue Bratz
Bick. And a puppy that is
reel. And a new babby doll
that can swim. And a Barby
doll. Love
Seirra Newton

Dear Santa,
I want a White DS it can
play twe different games,
purple polly pocket jumo
I I


Bright Wishes


at Christmas

Hope your season shines with love and
laughter. It's been a pleasure serving you!
from your friends at


jet, Bratz Diamonds DS
game, White DS game case,
A Bratz ma keupgirl, Bratz
Rock Angel DS game, pet
Z2 cat 2 DS game, Petz2
Dogz DS game, petz2 Horse
Z2 DS game
Love, your buddy
Jennifer

Dear Santa
How can the Reindeer
fly. I am going to cook you
good cookies. And fresh
milk. The Best thing about
chistmas it is Jesus Birth
Day! Love
Jewel Sellers.

Dear Santa,
how is rodofe is the ran-
deer okay. But I will like to
have peirts of the cearubeen
at words end move and for
game cube to and a DVD
player game cube games
and super smash Brother
meke your friend
Samuel

Dear Santa,
these are all of the things
I want 1. xbox 360 2. psp.
3. Ds. 4. remote control
monster truk. 5. 22. gun. 6.
double barrele gun 7. a truk.
Love
Marty Shovtracy

Dear Santa
Axis Moyer

Ms. Goolesby's class

Dear santa,
I want a Nintendo Ds.
And a game for it to. And
the 2007 barbie doll. High
school musical 2 CD. And
A squawkers mccaw. And
a Hannah Montanna CD.
Love
Martina Steverson

Dear Santa,
I want For Christmas is a
talked parrot and a electric
scooter and guiter and Bar-
ble doll and Hannalt Mon-
tana doll and a snow globe
and play cal phone and a
horse book and santa if you
can't get all thas snuff that
okew bat I Love you Santa
Clusez and it was good.
Love


Sporting Our

Good Cheer!


Gabeielle Melle Pettis

Dear Santa
this is what I want for
Christmas I hope you bing
this for me and I hope that
my brother gets what he
wants. This is what I want
I want Squaw Kers Mccaw
and a pet shop stuff and at is
all. Love
Zayla

Dear Santa
I want a four willer and
a Phone and a now Bike and
more games for my DS and
a wii and a lapetop and some
clothes and shoes and a Braz
Doll and a toy musthing and
a PSP and a Xbox 360 and
a wide screen tv and a tay-
ler swift CD and a Hannah
Montanna CD and a Ipod.
Marry Christmas. Love
Halie.

Dear Santa,
I won't lots of stuff an-
mis and lots of makup. I
won't a babey and babey
clos. I willey won't a elec-
tric scooter and a guitar and
I won't a horse. Love
Sidney Raye Revels

Dear Santa,
I want a Teddy Bear a
Nintendo a Bratz Dolls a
train set a make up set a toy
oven a hours a sell fone
a high school masckl 2.
Squawkers mcCaw. Love
Santa Clasa
Vicotia T.


Dear Santa,
I want a walky talky
wiat ch and a Nintendo and
a bike and a computer and
a electric scooter. And some
clothes.
Kevin

Dear Santa
I want a ps3 and a xbox
360 and I want Halo 3 and
a ps 3 electric guitar and a
Nintendo maden 08 and I
want wii with smack down
vs raw 2008 and I want a
cell phon and a hot weel and
sandadres and a snow globe
an heles and a bike and a go
cart and I want a four weel-


We hope this year gives birth to
new miracles, blessings and
heartfelt joy.
May God richly bless you in this
holy season. Remember Jesus
is the reason for the season.
Merry Christmas From
Pastor Dallas Pettis and the
Congregation of
FIRST ASSEMBLY/
OF GOD
567 N. Main Street
S3 Chipley, FL
638-1791 N


er and a power weel and a
.computer and a set of box
from wwl.com Love
Juwan

Dear Santa,
I want a horse and I want
a Teddy Bear then I want a
celphone I want a bike and
a guitar and I want a gocart
and I want a soda maker and
I want a computer Love
Andrea

Dear Santa,
I want a Barbie and a
Mad science kit and a Zoo
book and a electric scooter
and a mini soda machine.
Love
Cheyenne

Dear Santa,
I want a Nintendo for
Christmas and a dirt bike
and a go cart and a x box
360 and a electric scooter
and a guitar and a play sta-
tion 3 and chest and electric
battleship and a game sorry
and strategy and spider man
monopoly and spider man
sorry and heelys and a bub-
ble machine. Name
Colton Richmen Bassett

Ms. Brazile's class

Dear Santa,
I have been a good boy
this year I want a ripstick
and a ds and xbox 360 and
a bike. My little brother
wents a four weeler. My big
brother wants a wii and a
real car. Love
James Deivis Coulier

Dear Santa,
I hope that I have a good
Christmas this year and you
injoy your Christmas to.
And one thing I reay want
and you got me it last year
and it is a American girl. I
hope I git it this year to be-
cause they are famis dolls.
Merry Christmas. Love
Emily Shelby

Dear Santa,
I have been good this
year and I thing my sister
has been good. First I want
dree up clothes. And skates
and that is it. Love
Hailee Powell

Dear Santa,
I want a far real ponny
and Sierra wants a doll that
pop and crys. Noah wants a
cd evan wants a new passy
firry. Daddy wants a new
truck. Skout wants a new
chow toy. My Mile wants
new pece of cheese Bolla
wants a ball. Pow pow wants
new tools kindi wants to
get red of the mice. Mufish
wants new food. Baggy fair
wants a new game. Love
Savannah Burgess

Dear Santa,
I have been seeing things
this year But thar is three
things I want for Chistmas
this year I want a inptniee
player and a doll and a new
Bible. But tare is one more

See SANTA, page 8C



NdeeJA-
7ks- $af4


-- ~. '~Sw ~ ~em~r ~er~'~~- '~ '~.


gad Tidings
at Christmas
Here's hoping every
happiness comes your way
throughout this holiday
season and beyond.
Thank you for your business this
year. We look forward to serving
you in 2008!

CHIPLEY

AUTO PARTS
1220 Jackson Avenue
Chipley, FL
638-7997 638-7990


We're sporting our holiday cheer
To thank all of you who've stopped
by here
For your goodwill and loyalty, too
We're deeply indebted to each one
of you!
Merry Christmas to the best sports
we know our customers!
Merry Christmas Front
Chris, Kim, e Debbie.

COACH'S
SPORTING GOODS
1150 South Blvd., Chipley, FL
638-0029


May the coming season renew your
belief in the magic of this special season.
Merry Christmas and many thanks for
your faith in us this past year.

Merry Christmas From
The Staff And Residents Of
GRANDVIEW
LIVING
RETIREMENT
HOME
3250 Douglas Ferry Rd.
Bonifay, FL
547-0692





8C, Washington County News/ Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, December 19, 2007

SANTA
From page 7C __


thing a ice crem maker.
Love
Summer Pippin

Dear Santa,
I walt a skatbord Next
I walt pirits of the carobin
3. Next I walt a gun. Then
Next I walt a puzzle. Love
Cameron Harrison

Dear Santa,
I have been very good
this year I hope you will
give me a game boy. And
my older brother he wants
game boy to.,And last my
other brother wants a xbox
360. Have a good trip oh
and I woud'nt come down
shine at my house be-
cause my parents leave the
fire going. Love
Colin Strickland

Dear Santa,
I have been good this
year. I want a football. My
sister wants a doll that can
swim in a pool. My brother
wants a bowenairow. My
mom wants a new car. My
dad wants a new truk. Love
Caleb Perkins

Dear Santa,
I hav bin a good boy this
year and my dog has to my
dog wants a chew toy and I
want a cat. Love
Mavrick

Dear Santa,
I have been good this
year. I want a beutyful
church dress. My fist broth-
er wants a toy spiderman
and my other brother wants
a spiderman toy too. Love,
Nikea

Dear Santa,
I have been good this
year. I want makeup. I thik
anna wants a Barbie doll. I
thik Lindsey wants makeup
to. Just give Rodd what he
wants and my mom. Carman
want a baby doll. Love,
Laura Jones

Dear Santa,
I have 'been good tniis
year. This year I want a wii
and the my sims wil game.
And I my baby brother
wants baby food P.S. I will
leave you milk and cookies,
and have a marry Christ-
mas. Love
Alan Munyon

Dear Santa,
I have been good this
year I would like a puppy.
And my big Brother would
like a four weeler. And my
sister would Love a new set
of earrings. And my mom
would love a new nicheles
and my Dad would appreci-
ate a new fishing pool. And
my cousin's cody would
love a mocontrol car. Savan-
nah would love a boy doll.
Sam would love a stuffed
horse. And my Granddady
would love a old wooden
tull box. Ps. I'll leave some
cookes and milk. LOVE
TAYLOR

Dear Santa,
I have been good this
year I want a Dinosaur
walk andrours and my sis-
ter wants a dress and a doll
Love
Hunter

Dear Santa,
I been good this year.
First I want a toy horse and a
old clod obl. And don't you
fret my sister She wants a
Barbie doll. Tell Mrs. Clas I
said hello. Love
Claudia Monk

Dear Sata,
I have been good this
year. I want a x box 360 and
a plash stashend and a dog
and a labtop. Love
Austin Gibson


Dear Santa,
I have been good this
year. I want a dress that is
blue and red and white. I
want a cookies and I also
want a cotton candie ma-


James Bailey/HCTA
The Holmes County Blue Pride Band marched in the Bonifay Christmas
parade.


chine. And I also I want
my teacher to be my next
door naber. Also I need
some bath in soothes. Also
I want a watch and a vilin.
And I also want horses and
a gold fish. And a binder
and I want some marckers.
And I want all of the Ju-
nie B. Jones books. And a
Amirica flag. And I want a
pet Hamster to. Love
Kendall Mitchell

Ms. Brown's class

Dear Santa Claus
What I want for Christ-
mas is a toys cars for my
dolls and I have ben good. I
shared paper with Lyendsy
and I let my sister do my hair
and I gave brother a card for
his birthday win it was Hal-
loween. Your friend
Sydney Shugars

Dear Santa,
iv' been good this year
I helped my dad get out of
the florida state and Ala-
bama game I want a havoc
chucopier a psp a stranc-
formars video games and
a rifle a wii x games ramp
ratoill surfs up shrek three
spider man tree thrill vill.
Your friend,
Zac Messer

Dear Santa,
I was good this year be-
cause I helped my mom this
Weekend by cleaning The
car out and I want a DS and
the game Zelda and A New
Game Boy. Your friend
Caleb Cooley

Dear Santa
I've been good this year
I helped my grandmother
get up I haven't been a pain
in the but at all to my grand-
mother or my mom or to my
dad and to all of the people
in my family I want a Lap-
top and a raser phone and a
I pod ndno. Your friend
Roger Ward

Dear Santa,
I have ben good by help-
ing my mom doo the lon-
ger and clen my room and
vacuum and I den good to
my frond Huntr by saying
thanku four giving me stuff
wut I want for Christmas I


At this special time of
year, we'd like to serve
up our best wishes for a
happy and healthy
holiday season to our
many good friends
and neighbors.
Thanks, everyone

UICLE BILLY'S
RESTflURfllT
1186 Jackson St.* Chipley, FL
638-3571


want a whether ball set and
madnedix and boandero
and phoun and a baskedboll
and basketbllgoll and capu-
tr. Your friend
Justin Chopelas

Dear Santa,
I have been good this
year And I have helped my
mom clean. The house and
I will like you to bring me
a air horn and a Lap top
and a kitten. And a kara-
oke and pair of type write-
ing walpe takes and a type
writer and a mp3 player and
a lot of locks and keys. And
a bunch of tools and water
ballons. And a rabbit and a
bebe gun and a Vede camera
and a Santa claus outfit and
a Meleas dollens and a cell
phone and boiled penuts
and a dicsonary and a lot of
Helacoter that really flys.
Your friend,
Austin Pauley

Dear Santa,
I've been good this year
I helped my mom clean up
the house and I baby sit my
little sisters and my little
brothers and I helped my
dad fix the car and I helped
my big brother clean the
yard. I want a playstation 2
and a basketball goal and a
xbox plugin and a trapilne.
Your friend,
Christian Franklin

Dear Santa,
I have been good this
year I helped my nana rake
the leaves! I want a Nin-
tendo Ds and The game the
legend of Zelda Phantom
Hourglass for Ds and the
game animal crossing for
Ds Your friend,
Skyler Cooper

Dear Santa Claus,
I have been grate this
year. I hope you're reindeer
feel good. Becues if they
aren't no one will git thair
gifts. I don't want that to
happin ones I helped my
dad clean my room. Gifts: I
want three baby dolls and a
Kim posibull game for my
game boy and a ice crem
maker and a some pink brat
stuff for my bed room and
a fake dimind real neck-
leace thes are the three baby


dolls: Baby alive, little ana
belle, the other one on T.V.
your friend,
Hannah Smith

Dear Santa,
I have been good this
year when my cousin Gin-
ger was away in Atlantas
I fed her four Dogs Daisy,
Chip, Princess and Preshise
and I fed her two rabbits Co-
coa and Salsberry Salsberry
is a girl and Cocoa is a boy
but for Christmas I want
Quick gems and Karaoke
Cds Baby Alive a Rabbit a
movie from Movie Gallery
a type writing walkie talkie
a Shetland pony a Diary
Box with a key a picture
Book Jewelry clothes want-
er Balloon's a water Balloon
shooter a cork and a Digital
camera a Santa Claus outfit
Play money and cash regis-
ter a ipod I want a kite with
a moon on it for my cousin
tyler a flay real flying heli-
copter Your friend,
Sierra Miles

Dear Santa,
iv Bin good I helped Zac
with science I showed him
the answer gifts I wunt a
I pod and a good tur and
a fishing stuf and a see de
player and a Bike and a game
boy. Your friend Noah At-
well

Dear Santa,
I have been good this
year I helped Victoria clene
hur Toy cat. I want a game
boy and a nintdo DS and
I want a stuf chicin. Your
friend,
Taylin Crisp

Dear Santa,
I've been good this year.
We were at daycare saman-
tha and Madsin and I were
trying to figer out how to sra-
teing out something. And
we did. I want a Bratz com-
puter. And a Baby doll it is
what my Gandma has but
it is different he's name is
Joshaw and he's a cute doll.
Love,
Devyn Michelle Butorac

Dear Santa,
I did good this year Be-
couse I helped my about
cousein Wendy by helping


her talking good care of
her babby Carsin I want a
hananna Montanna garter
and wig and I want a little
puppy and kitten and I want
a hew Bella Cheer leading
unaform and Bella pom
poms and I want to have a
nice Christmas. Your friend
Lindsey

Dear Santa,
I was good today I ben
good to my friend Danna
I gave her a braslet to day
Tue, Dec, 4, 2007 I want
a littets pet sop and a hors
rel hors for christmas and
I want me and Danna to
rid a reindeer I will gev
you cookies and milk your
friends,
Victoria Pike

Dear Santa,
I have ben god this year
and I helped my cusin Mad-
sin haw to Jump criscros I
wont mor clos for my Babe
and I want a sede Player
like my sister and I want
mour socks your friend,
Samantha Slay

Dear Santa,
I have ben good This
yer are you rel Kas I dot no
have I ben good This yer.
I wat a scat bood That has
to wils I Thak It lookT Kov
and I wat The benjo game
The end. Your friend
Jonas

Dear Santa,
I have been good this
year. How are the reindeer
santa Claus. I haved pect
up pecons sume days. Gifts
G.I.T. Amry and mshens
with fack mchengun and
fack guns and fack grnasd
and fack smok doms.
Camerson Griffin

Ms. McDuffie's class

Dear Santa,
I want a Hannah'Mon-
tana Back Stage playset
and I want a Ipod. I want a
Swakers McCrack, Gutar.
I also want a new bike. A
Polly Pocket Jubio jet. Sin-
cerely,
Teleah ..*. f ,

Dear Santa,
I want 3 things this year
I have been good this year
hear are the 6 things I want
a Hanna Montana ipod and
a computer and a Hanna
Montana back pack. By.
Makenzy

Dear Santa,
Iv, been very good this
year and what I wont for
Christmas is a pear of jetsc-
es and a four wilar and wone
more thing anundrid doiers
and that is all. Love,
Moses

Dear Santa,
Please bring me a sow-
ing craft table and a sow-
ing craft book. And a paper
that has incrisov letters with
regyler letters at the top.
And I whodd like an art set.
Love:


Marisol ;i

Dear Santa,
I would like a dartbike
and I would like a helmit.
boots, chest pteter, neda
pads, elbow pads, safe
gogls and dart bike close.
Love,
Olivia

Dear Santa,
I have been very gool
this year. If you.can plege
bring me a new game for
my game boy. And I want
a new stuffed animal ardd
it can be a teddy if you cin
find one. Merry Cheistmas,
Hannah

Dear Santa,
All I want is 3 things this
year I have been very good
this year to. I want a ipod
and a computer and a bask-
ball. Love
Hayley

Dear Santa,
Please bring me a brats
move and a care Bear and a
Bubbles By
Kaiyla
Dear Santa,
Please being me a dirt
bike. And can I have a mon-
key, and, a new hat, and a
new bile. Love,
Hunter Duffell

Dear Santa,
Please bring me a mp3
player and a Bratz Game
and a Bratz skat and and $
wwe Girls Champien belt
and a computer and a harry
petter Game. Merry Christ-
mas
Kyla Smith

Dear Santa,
I (would like a special
gifte because I was godd
this yere and that special
gift is a sisetopslape. And
that is the gift I would likl
for Christmas. From. Alys-
sa To. Santa
Alyssa

Dear Santa,
Please bring me amp
three player and a game boy
Advence and wwe champi;
en smack down. Love,
JW

Dear Santa,
Please bring me a Brats
Labtop and a Hannah Mon-
tana doll, a Babie Ileand
prinses doll Magic of tha;
Rainbow doll. Love, i
Kassidy Leann Raley

Dear Santa,
Please bring me a harry
potter game and Sp gamn
and a wwe champion belt,
garfeld game and a cars
game. And a happy feet
game. Love
Hunter Pippin

Dear Santa,
I has been very good this
year please bring me a play-
stashon 2 and please bring
me game of power rangt
super legin the vibeo game.

See SANTA, page 9C


3/iewt Nh, ,tma* ,




Jcutagen ent & stag at $/iw 3nc.


May you know the joy of Him

whose birth we celebrate at
Christmas, bask in the peace
that He came to give and
feel the warm embrace of
family and friends .

during this special season.


IR
REED CONCRETE & CONSTRUCTION, INC.

\1 107 E. MONTANA AVENUE BONIFAY 547-.5767





Wednesday, December 19, 2007, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 9C


SANTA
From page 8C

Love
blake

Pear santa,
I would like you to
please give me a skatbourd
For Christmas Love,
Isaac

pear Santa,
I'v been very good this
pear pleas bring me a wii
and a hana montana twister
and a dog that rols up into a
terry and ballarena dress up
close and, a ballarena doll.
Love,
Brooke

bear Santa,
Please bring me a science
book. Please bring a Vocbu-
Vary book. Please bring me
a math book. Love,
Mason

pear Santa,
Plese bring me a dirt bike
Love,
Michael Lee Deeson

Mrs. Wilson's class

Pear Santa,
How is Mrs. Claus doing
I hop the reindeer ar reade
for christmat and if I hav
bin gud Iwant a ipod and
Elthoner battle shep and a
wii hav a mere Christmas.
.tour friend,
Plake Gardner

pear Santa,
how are you do you
know what I want I want a
pant ball gun and a dirt bike
and a play stashin and a I
od and a game boy. and a
utb ail and a rocket and a
Ntbal suite and a x box 360
your friend,
Zachery Tucker

bear Santa,
How r you doing Santa
Claus I Hav ben cheriing
Nintento DS. Habe Christ-
Was Your friend,
gory Long


I want a blue fuzzlove
and How is mis Santa Claus


doing and is Rudolf's noise
still shiny and red and Im
sure the uther reindeer
is aredoing god to Your
friend,
Alaina French

Dear Santa,
How do you do today.
Is it ok if I have a new toy
barn I now I are redy have
one because mine is old and
braking up I want the big-
est one plese Santa. And
some toy horses I want mor
plese Than you Santa Your
friend,
Cheyenne Hartezll

Dear Santa,
How are you doing Santa
Claus. I have trid to be nice
so if I have ben nice I want
A bike and A scooter and A
good book for me to read
every night and wen I am
burd-but I think I will nev-
er be burd because I owes
doing chors one of them is
wash dishes. Your friend,
Marire Concepcion

Dear Santa,
I have ben trying to be
good. And Santa I ben thik-
ing the Raindeer are they
doing ok Have the elves got
the preseis ready. Santa cud
I get a labtop for Christmas
and I wot a kichen too. And
I wot a notebook with a
angnl on it. Your friend,
Jessica Lane Bomam

Dear Santa,
I hop I get a lot of Pres-
ents and I hop the Elves do
a good job And I cant want
to Christmas and Rudolf
ginge To take you to earth
I hop so cas I wont To see
hem win its Cristmas and
Santa Claus Is cool how are
you Dowig I hop you are
doing good and you are the
best. Your friend,
Devonta critten

Dear Santa,
I have ben trying to be
good but I know I mess up
with Aubie. I have a lot of
questions for you and here
are some right here, is Ru-
dolph's nose still bright, is
your beard growing*a lot,
hows Mrs. Claus, hows
all the reindeer, hows the


Jay Felsberg/HCTA
Santa is a busy fellow in Bonifay and everywhere.


elves, and one more thing
how are you? But anyways,
have a good christmas, and
your family elves and the
reindeer. Your friend,
Micala Fisanick

Dear Santa,
Hay are you doing I wii
like to say is are retidloh
doing stile nose shining all I
want is a forwheel an a xbox
gams do not for get to bring
my football game and san-
gog game to do not for get
to go to my house wy I anm
at school talk to my mom an
I want some heles to wal I
am don writing to you so by
way on I want so saw one
thing want a basatball and
footbayy Your friend,
Dareemivs

Dear Santa,
I want a drit bike for
christmas I hope santa rein-
deer are set to take off and
the other present is a itzdods.
Your friend,
Kerin Martinez

Dear Santa,
how are you Santa is
Mrs. Clars fin is your slay
rede whet is your elves
name Santa this is whet I


wont. Four Crismis I whet a
fourrelr and xdox 360 then
a Halo3 and Nainiow P.S.
Your friend,
Justin Melancon

Dear santa,
merry christmamas is ru-
doff nos doing I hope it is
fine what I wont for carist-
mas is a pink Ipod I'm wona
poot Hamatt motana I lide it
so mash. Your friend,
Paige Lumpkin

Dear Santa,
How are you elves do-
ing and Mrs. Claus doing
and your reindeer ding to.
I want a playstashin for
christmas and a forwheel
and a xbox 360 and a foot-
ball and a firebike and a
dog for christmas to. Your
friend,
Jacob Carroll

Dear Santa,
Is Mrs. Claus doing good
I hope she is and I hope I
get some Spinner or hee-
leys. You and Mrs. Claus
is nice I Love Presents will
you get me a lot of Present
and send me and my sister
a candy cane in the mail
Please if you do I will ask


my teacher if I can sen you a
nather note and Please send
a bell to, and how is Radolp
doing. Your friend,
Dessa Williams

Dear Santa,
How ya dowen you do
wer go the things I want for
cristmas is monster truck
and I want a magedicks
and Jarasic park the movie.
Your friend,
Perry Wells

Ms. J. Short's class

Dear Santa,
I wish for a reindeer and
I have ben good and I wish
fore a puppy that well be
friends with my cat and I
wish four a bell and a four-
welr and a colrd tat well
help me fly and I wish for a
Ipod. Your friend,
Megan Erickson

Dear Santa,
I would like a dune bug-
gy and Tamsen smg, with a
drum and it a toy with 20
darts with wish heds and
a ball lacher and Im being
100 psnt good and a par of
roler scats size: 5. and I live
in Bonifay. Your friend,
Tyler B. Losee

Dear Santa,
When can I ride your
slay and I have beon nice to
the kids. And can you buy
me some makeup and some
new crayons and a motor-
cycle and a baby goat and
a fish and the dvd of High
School musicel and a Ba-
bie. Your friend,
Jessica Sadler

Dear Santa,
I want traine yak four
weeler (Red), dirt bike four
wheeled scooter, F. Pet,
shinning stars, the clock
that is a cat that the eyes go
back and forth and the tail
does to. And that's all fo-
cse! Bye! Your friend,
Deanna Revilly

Dear Santa,
I wont a Barbie. I wont a
puppy. I wont a Cinderlla. I
wont a kitty clock. A cat a
Dog story book. A HannaH
Mantanna Cd. I mim good


and bad. Your friend,
Kelly Prikken

Dear Santa,
I wont a scooter for
Christmas and a dirt bike
I have bin good and bad I
wont a teey gon and a shorl
and rimot kanchrol and I
wont a Jar to scitls I wont
a seedy player and the soler
boy seedy. Your friend,
Seth Kirkland

Dear Santa,
I want a traineyar and
a electric scooter and a 4
wheel scooter a 4 wheeler
a CSI: Pack and a Tom and
Jerry Move and a FLgth 29
Done move and more suff
and that's all fokes. Your
friend,
Reid Bush

Dear Santa,
I want a tranyar for
Chrismas' and a say ha to
Rudloph oh I a lither 2f ars
and I heve ben a good boy.
Your friend,
Maisoh Ross Brock

Dear Santa,
I wont dirt bick with a
mote happy misstmias Iben
good also hows artcios. And
please give me 50000000
dollars. Your friend,
Daniel Thompson

Dear Santa,
I want A Toy pirita ship
A toy coslte A rill three
wheeler A rill dune buggy.
A rill dirt bike Pirlte ship
guys and caslte guys and a
dragon and a jar of skittles
to want the cd of Sol jar
boy. Your friend,
Jonathan Pridgen

Dear Santa,
I want a cell phone and
a Dirt Bike and a Go cart
Because I'v Been good and
I want a Glass doll please
Erasers pretty please with a
Cherry on top. I Love you
Santa. Your friend,
Darian Aronhalt

Dear Santa,
I wont a Ntendoe Ds and
A game for it the game is
sooper marco world. I been

See SANTA, page 10C


Best Holiday
Wishes To Our
Friends And
Neighbors!

MNerry

Christmas!
From Everyone At
CLOUD AUTO
PARTS, INC.
310 S. Waukesha St., Bonifay
547-3646


To Our Good Neighbors At

With BEST ISHES for a CHRDSTMU
MERRY CHRISTMAS! Merry Christmas
Glad tidings to you Merry Christmas
wherever you travel this and
wonderful holiday season Happy New Year
and beyond. from
FLORIDA Marsha & Gary at
DEPARTMENT OF Harris
TRANSPORTATION F am s
Chipley, FL Farm Supply
638-0250 3302 Creek Road, Vernon
535-4128



"Joy, Peace, Happiness

Good Fortune...

We wish you a list full of blessings this holiday season.
Thanks to all of our customers for making
this year such a special one.
We look forward to doing business with you
in the new year.






^ 1138 Main Street Chipley, FL
(850) 415.1997 888.628.7233
wwvw cartradersinc.com

100% GUARANTEED CREDIT APPROVAL


Merry Christmas From:
Ricky, Donna, Tracie, andJodi

RICHARD C. MILLER
PRESIDENT/AGENT
On^ tel 1396 Jackson Ave.
Chipley, FL
A ENCY INC. (850) 638-1805
"Serving You Is Our Most Important Product"





100, Washington County News/ Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, December 19, 2007


SANTA
From page 9C

cavad good and cand bad
can you please and make
shoor that mi Dads shold-
er gets beder soon. Your
Friend,
Kye Maty

Dear Santa,
Hello Santa I wan a Bratz
Rg BaBy. And a Barbe. And
a cinderlla Doll I have ben
gooD. Your friend,
Tamara Butler

Dear Santa,
I want a traineyak and
I want electric scooter and
a play station and a dune
buggy and a puppy too and
a reindeer bell and a electric
airplane and I do not know
if I been good or bad I Love
you Santa. Your friend,
Alexa Everett

Dear Santa,
I wish I had a play station
3 and a Bat Man Beond suit
that could really fly when
I try to jump and fly and I
wish it would snow for 8
days. And I wish Mrs. Ship
Caus have a kitty clock.
And I wish I had Ben Ten
powers and I had Ben Ten s
real watch. Your friend,
Jacob Music

Dear Santa,
How is rudolph dow-
ing dose he still have That
red nose it is Preety awa-
sins. I have ben peety good
this year and I would lik a
christmas wish and I would
like a jeep please. Thank
You very much Santa.
Your friend,
Kinslee Morrell

Dear Santa,
I want a dirt bike I
want a three wheeler. I
want 99,000000$. I want a
dogeram thang Gt. I want a
dune Buggy. Your friend,
Nathaniel Foster


Vernon
Elementary

Sandra Taylor's class

Dear Santa,
How are you a Mrs.
Claus. and the elves, and
your rayndeer. i hope you
get me my camra. please
get me a american doll and
pind and black clothing.
love!
MacKenzie Bear

Dear Santa
How are uou and Mr.
cluse doing. in teh North-
pooll. Ara teh elf doing
good. can i have a bike,
go car, a skatbrd. make my
hoieday good plese. Santa
am begin you plese. and:
whonto make J'Keva.
Kedric Campdell

Dear Santa
How are you doing Santa
good Santa I won't a name
tag and snow in ves Floolde
Santa and a snow braodo.
Ke'Ellis Brown

Dear Santa
how are you doing how
cold is the north pole how
is ms. clause how are the
elvse I want for christmas
a nitendo DS a cars tractor
tipii.
Trey Teelinng

Dear Santa
How are your deer are
they feed well. How are
your wrokers. How do you
go all over the wrold in one
night an How do you like
all cookies in the wrold.
Courtney R.R.

Dear Santa
how aer you and Ms.
Santaclans doing in the
north pole is it cood Well
it is cool fre no and i whant
a doemdugy and a 4 wiier
and a drot Pike with chanin
wils. from
Dustin Williamson


'0 Come All
Ye Faithful
Guided only by a single star
Three wise men journeyed afar
To the manager where the infant lay
On that very first Christmas Day
May your spirits be lifted and your
faith renewed as we recall the
miracle of Christmas.
Merry Christmas From Joey & Melissa,
Q.L, Lisa, Mel & Gary
NichoLs AUTO
RepAiR
1146 JAcksoN AvE.,ChiplEy, FL
638-8584


Dillon Audtin.
HOLMES COUNTY


SHERIFF
DENNIS LEE


The Vernon JROTC led off the Christmas Parade.


Dear Santa
Is it cold how are you
how is Mrs. Clause how is
the elves how are you how
are you doing. I would like
a girl puppy dog, a Star to
put on my little Christmas
tree and a princess throne.
Jasmine Kolmetz

Dear Santa
How are you doing and
how is Mr's clause adn how
is the elf. And this is what.
I want for Crimisamust. Ai-
pod a 4wheel kamur and a
computer Soujil boy CD ra-
ven DVD a DS playstation
wii a art set a texs phone.
Makayli Edwards

Dear Santa
How are the reindeers
Santa I wish if you cuold get
me a horse a fake horse adn
I want to go to the northpole
and I like chrismas so much
santa.
Maylin Brock


mms. 6
ow tK6 Stt of

Imm esPWW64t
wisk ygou t6e best
o4iday ev&r.
(Ale ent&eouagego ou
toreadtk6
Cristmts C(assies
to, your dkldr t6us
S t ear






Littlestngoel
Daycare & Prescnool
504 W. Indiana
Bonifay, FL

547-9306



oaded With

Best Wishes


Peace &joy. Love & hope.
Health & happiness.
Wherever you go this
holiday season, know our
best wishes are with you
all the way. We appreciate
your goodwill and support.
Merry Christmas From
All Of Us At
3 ifl~fo 17 fiB

53 3 13rown Stree
G^^raei lle, FL^^


Dear Santa
I was asking how you
and the elves are doing.
I want a four wheeler. a
transformmers game. a nin-
tiendods. an airsoft gun and
little legos and a pokemoh
game nintendos.
Christopher Corbin

Dear Santa
How are you doing
Santa is it cold at the noth
pall. here is what I would
Ike for Chistmas a dirt bike
and a gume a mote cutolp
truck and a sohle a Pere of
chapse
Brett Brock

Dear Santa
how are you santa in the
noth pole is it cold up their
in the noth pole this is what
I wnt for crimis a DSP.
Trenton

Dear Santa
hay Santa how aer you


Wishing You
All The Best! -
SForChristmas
We will be closed d
S Saturday-Tuesday, .
Dec. 22-25. Re-open
Wednesday, Dec. 26.
For New Years
We will be closed Monday
and Tuesday, Dec. 31 and,
Jan. 1 Re-open
SWednesday, January 2.

High Plumbing, Inc.
1 Chpley 638.1921 '
Lic. #RF0038055
1^^g A ^*^


Mary Paramore/WCN


I hope you are doing good
may i have a pitcher of
ahtghnet that is sick and
made a now V smile and a
now game fore it thank you
Santa clas.
Kevin

Dear Santa
How are you and mis.
clos? hal are yuor rander are
they welihand? that is gret!
Well for crimes i wont a art
set a sowing set to an that
is all.
Anna Hogue

Charmian Register's
class

Dear Santa,
I want a skatebord. and
a mp3 player. and a psp
player. and a intend ds.
and a Horse. and a new
pair of shoes. an some new
clothes, and a new bed. and
some new book. and I want
my bothers to have a water


Here'd hoping that your
holiday will go smoothly
all the way...
With enough good times,
good friends, good cheer
To warm your heart
throughout the year!
MERRY CHRISTMAS
FROM EVERYONE AT



312 E. Pennsylvania
Bonifay, Florida

547-3651
www.jerkinsinc.com





i V








We'd like to share
the Christmas cheer
With friends and neighbors
we hold dear.
Merry Christmas
From all the Staff members
and their families at
The Medicine Shoppe
1357 Brickyard Rd Chipley
638-0424
507 W. Hwy 90 *Bonifay
547-1887
Horizon Health Care, Inc.
1357 Brickyard Rd Chipley
638-0424


gun. and I want my Morfti
and dad to have something:
to. and I want my Grandma
and Grandpa to have some,-i
thing to. and then I want a
big drum set. and a i.pod.
Jazlyn

Dear Santa Claus,
What I want for Christ-,
mas is 1. A Bratz doll, 2.
A barbie doll, 3. diamond,
earrings 4. A baby doll 5..
A camera., and princess tat-,
too pens. A toy horse and'
makeup. For my Mom a
baby doll and my siser a
note book.
Tiffiny Allen

1. to get an at. 2. to go to
ceirra house 3. some earings.,
4. an i pod. 5 and nackless.
6 game Boy games. 7. my
own room. 8 a new cat. 9. a.
new dog. 10 a parrot of my.
own.11 a radio of my own.
12 new shoes. 13 a new car.
14 some new cloths. 15 my.
own tv. 16 my own dresser.
17 my own dog 18 my own
kitten 19 some new shoes..
20 my own little sister 21
my two teeth. 22 my nails
done. 23 I wish ceirra was
my sister.
Danielle Brady

I want a trampuline and I
want a pairof skaer shos and
a skatBord that has a lis-.
derd on it and I want a miny,
4 willer and I want some
domend hearing for chismas
and I want a Game Boy and.
Grame boy Grames and I;
want a rado and nackles and.
I want my nails done and I
want Daneille was my Sis-
ter. by
Ceirra

Dear, Santa
I want a keep your paws
of juamal, nale polish, Nin-
tendo ds, digital camera.-
I hope you have a great,
Christmas love,
Olivia

See SANTA, page 11C


Catch

The Spirit!








Please accept our wishes
for a Merry Christmas and
a healthy and prosperous
New Year.
We feel truly honored to
serve this community and
appreciate your trust in us.


From Directors and Staff of
James & Lipford
Funeral Home
and
James & Sikes
Funeral Home


WA- a eawe of
graitu, we'd Ucke


yowusa -very merry


Hy-Temp Gas
Corporation
761 Hwy. 277 Chipley, FL:
638-2200





Wednesday, December 19, 2007, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 11C


SANTA
From page 10C

Dear Santa
I want a motocycle. ipod.
Xbox 360 and a wrestle toy
and a four wheeler + i want
A+ on my test. I am so glad
when its Christmas. I want
a gameboy and a nice room
tape of Micheal Jordon. I
want a watch and a tV. and
a computer and a brand new
dog and water gun, tree
house, and a bick.
Jacob Fisher

I want a gameboy an I
want a stove and a mimory
game. I want a math book
and. A horse. I want a boat
and a Robot. And a pet and
marbles and a neckless and
a magic pen and a basic
ball
Stormy

clothes games ip PSP
Gameboy baby alive cook-
ing mixer bearshop Santa
Stop camouflage Phone
with nites on the phone
Iyana McDonald

real truck real motocy-
cle rael dirt bike real four
wheeler real big robot real
transformer real DVD real
video games real house real
dog house real goldin card
neckis real harte necklis
rael monster truck real train
real crain real clothes real
jackits real van real chris-
miss real dragon real zoo
real cabin
John Morris


I want a
XBox
Laquasha


Bratz and a


To Santa mery Cresmes
Santa I want for Cresmes an
X box E06 and noo games
and they are raenan and
slym. and 4 and rely good
dogs if you can get all of
that. and for my family any
thing thay want an a fow
weller and some candy.
Roy

I want a RoBot and a
XBox 360 and a truck at the
Dollar Store and a stuff ani-
mals and a tractor and a spi-
der man where I can spray
and I want a yellow car and
a Book and a car control car
and a super man CD and
a doo rag and a Christmas
Book and a for willer and a


Mary Paramore/WCN
Wausau Volunteer Fire Department led off the Christmas Parade.


3 i-POD and a Game Boy.
Javion Andres

Dear Santa,
I want 3 i-pods, x-box
360, 2 psp games, minifour
wheeler, ps3, new book bag
and a i-dog.
unsigned

Jesica Ray's class

Dear Santa,
Is it cold up there?? I
want a next bike. I want a
DS3 and a xbox 360.1 I want
a gas power four wheeler.
I want a mongoose bike. I
want a electric street bike.
I want a electric dirt bike. I
want a electric fourwheeler. I
want a electric go car. I want
a eleric doom buggy. Iw
ant a elitric guitar. I want a
moutin bike. I want a new
bike. I want a next bike for
my brother. I want a 22 pis-
tol. I want the movie high
school muicul 2. love, Santa
and Mrs,. Clause I want the
Cd give me that. I want the
Cd solger boy.
Garrett

Dear Santa,.
Santa is it cold in neath
pole. I whot a bratsdoll
house for crisis I whot a
foorwheeler for crismis. I
whot a water gun for cris-
mis. I whot some close for
crimes. I whot some I whot
a Xbox game for crimes. I
whot a toy Bear for crimes I
whot a big bike for crimes.


I whot a Litle wichis Book
for crismis I whot a little
polly Pokit Love Santa
Clause from
Shay Paul

Dear Santa,
How are you doing?
Plase I wot a four wheeler
and a play stashan 3 and
duos the hasrd car the one
that I can dove to school and
back and a Laptop and a
shotgun thank you! your
friend, Love,
Gabe

Dear Santa,
How is your rain deer
comit doing and now is
Mrsis clause doing and how
is all the uther rain deer do-
ing? Santa can you please
get me a barbe cashredister
adn it is fake and can you
please, get me a big humer
toy with rimis on the ties
and can you please get me
a babby doll with a toy crib
and with babby pater and
with tow botol and can you
place get me a toy filer and
can you please get me a
docter set and then you can
get me wut ever you want
me to have. Love,
Destiny

Dear Santa,
Are you cold in the
nouth poal? Are you go-
ing, to bring me a gift for
Chrismes. Are you becas I
won't a PSP for Chrismes. I
won't a game with it. please


can you please, please,
please. I wish I sene you be-
fore. bye bye! Your friend,
Shayla Works

Dear Santa Clause,.
Is thar eves in your
home? I want babby choo
choo please. I want a bratz
move doll please. I want
some play dow please. I
want a Santa doll and Mis.
Clause doll I want a Girl
guitar Please. I want School
stuff for games I want a doll
with a horse and a saddle
please. Rodof th rain deer
doll please get me this stuff.
Love,
Trinity Hauck

Dear Santa,
How are you? are you
ok i hope you are. i want a
electric gatar a nintedo ds a
xbox 360 a i pod and a I dog
for chimis you have a mary
chimis. sinseril
Antonio

Dear Santa,
Can I have these toys for
christmas Pleases a three
headed dragon a guitar a
toy uno a i dog a water gun
a toy Jhwt gun a toy ring a
scooter a scate board a air
plane Love
Lucas

Dear Santa,
Is it cold in the nothe
pole? I wunt a m3p player,
radeoe. Have I ben good.
Have my Brother Ben good.


can I have my only four
wheeler, bratz's. Will I get
presents. I hop my brother
will get some toys. I please
have a dog prose. Mre.
Clause have a good sleep
you to Santa Clause. Love,
Elizabeth Eastling

Dear Santa,
How are you doing? Can
you get me a puppy anb a
phone and Santa that is on
a motorcycle and singing.
Pokemon pearl the game
adn fun keys and street rac-
ers and a lot of boxer breafs
and a new bike and weeleys
ya!? love,
David

Dear Santa,
How are you doing?
I would like some new
clothes, some JOHN
DEERE toys, some camou-
flage clothes a new bike, a
camouflage collor for my
dog, a yellow holder for my
horse, a camouflage holder
for my other horse, a toy
tool table, and a real tool set
with a tool box. You friend,
Josh Bruner

Julie McWaters' class

Dear Santa,
How are you doing at
the north Pole? How many
elves do you have?
this year I have been
good because I have obeyed
my parents. I have been
good to my brother.
For Chrismas, I really
want a Wii, four- wheeler
Dirt-Bike a X-box 360. i
love puppies Love,
Spittler Riley

Dear Santa,
I have been good this
year. I want everything in
the world. I really want a
motor cycle more than any-
thing. Love,
Reanna Hill

Dear Santa,
How have you ben? How
is your wife? I want a rifle.
Do you have one? I am so
glad you are coming. to
santa from. lilly Love,
Lilly Brock

Dear Santa,
How cold is it? How can
you fit all your toys in your
bag. I want a DS Bratz Doll.
This year. I have been good
because I make good grades
Love, "


Kaylee Scott

Dear Santa,
How cold is it at the
North Pole? How do your
reindeer fly? This year, I
have bin good because I did
the londrey for my dad a i
Pod
Mathew Isenhoff

Dear Santa,
How cold is it at The
North Pole? How do your
reindeer? How do you fit
down the chimney? How bo
you git to Northpole? Ho bo
you mack all them toys and
1 year I have been good to
my borthr and sisters. I real
really really want a fotwellu
and a babydoll. I love baby
bolls and I really really want-
apool. Love,
Chasity Jackson

Dear Santa,
How cold is it at the
north pole How do you
live in the? Santa I want a
por rangers for cremes? I
want a toy bee? this year,
I have ben good today? I
am sory last yesterday I ben
bad wood you fergive me?
O rilee won a toy rodot dog
for chrestmes? and a zX-
box 36o? and a moke? and
a hoo game? and a bene bag
and a colr pen? and a book
of Little Runner?
Unsigned

Dear Santa,
How cold is it at the
North pole? How do your
reindeer fly? How do you fit
down the Chimney? How
many elves do you have?
This year, I have been good
to my sisters. For Christmas
I really want a four. Love,
J'Keva Andrews

Dear Santa,
How do the reindeer
fly? Who is your head elf?
I have been good because I
have been at school I want a
Wii, seamonkeys, Playsta-
tion, portable i pod, X-box,
and a new gator. Love,
Kaylee Shaw

Dear'Santa,
Hoe cold is it at the
North Pole? How do your
reindeer Fly? how do you
fit down the chimney? How
many elves do you have?
How do you get back up
the Chimney. dear Santa

See SANTA, page 12C


With Irit19

Wishes Grafitude



S WAYNE'S
a e JUNK YARD
USED AUTO PARTS
We Buy Junk Cars, Auto Batteries, Copper, Aluminum and Scrap Metal
J. Wayne Marsh 2440 Marsh Road
547-3993 Bonifay, FL 32425


cl>'/'I'D


Merry Christmas And Many Thanks To All Our Friends
This Holiday Season From Everyone At


Chipley, FL BUILDERSme. 638-4436
New Homes Remodels Drafting KraftMaid Cabinetry Lic. RB0035197


One of our greatest joy at Christmas
is the opportunity to express our
gratitude, appreciation and best wished
to friends like you.
May God bless you this holiday season.



PEOPLESSOUTH
BANK
S1615 Main Street,
Chipley, FL
" ) 1415-1320


M IIETRIC rA passion for what we do, personalized service,
E J ENGINEERING devotion to technical excellence--- these are
WHY THINGC-S WORK' the reasons "Why Things Work!".

MeX y christmas & pyNew e/
* I .. r ........ . .. ,n ' ,.





It 4enrUrasnFod
metrE th faketfolo' tcope x.6e r- a a te a- ur





12C, Washington County News/ Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, December 19, 2007


SANTA
From page 11C

This year have been good. I
have obeyed by parents For
christmas I really want a
four wheeler and a dirt bike
and a XBox 360 seamonkey
and a I pod. Love,
Joseph K

Dear Santa,
How cold is it at the
NOrth Pole? How do your
reindeer fly How do you fit
down the chimney? How n
thto year I have been bad. I
have been bad to my broth-
ers and sisters. For Christ-
mas I want a basket ball
goal.
Tyrese Broxton

Dear Santa,
How cold is it in the
Noth Pole. How Do your
reindeer fly How do you
fit down teehe Chimney?
Why do you have a red hat.
I have been good because I
helped my mom and Dad and
I clend. For crismas I want
Playstason and som guns,
and a 4 willer. Love,
Katie Harris

Dear Santa,
Why do you live at the
north pole? How many
elves do you have. Have I
been good or bad? for chrit-
mas is a Darthvader cosum,
an R202 toy stanerd, Black
suted spiderman suit, and a
toy sithe. Sinserly,
Vivek T.

Dear Santa,
How many elves do you
have? This year, I have
been god because I been
responsible this year. For
christmas I really want a
four-wheeler and a ben ten
watch. Love,
Shelby Redmon

Dear Santa,
Whens your birthday
Santa? Why do you wear
white and red suit. I have
ben good this year at school
for having good grades and
a honer roll. I really wa),t a go
cart, a sooter and a bounse
ball that is 20 feet long. I
know who your helper is it


my grampa. I bliev in you.
love
Payton

Dear Santa,
I have been good thisyear.
Please bringme a basketball
for Christmas. Love,
Jonathan Smith

Dear Santa,
I ha be really good this
year. I want a new puppy.
I wnat a new Ipod. I want
same fuff mooveis. I want
a new pererer I want a her
Scooby Doo costtoom. I
want a new marker bord.
Love,
Savannah Moore

Dear Santa,
I want a new sootor for
Chistmas. Dear Santa, I
want a new bike for Chist-
mas Dear Santa, I want a
new Bond of math. How
are you doing Good in the
North pole. I hope you are
being good and you'er not
sick of people and children
like me. Love,
Halea Cushman

Kim Smelcer's class

Dear Santa,
I would like an art set
and a boost phone. I want
a bike and a digital camera.
I would also like Winter
clothes and shoes. How are
you doing? I am doing god
this year in school.
Faith

Dear Santa,
Can I have some play
station games and some
Gameboy games? How are
Mrs. Claus and the reindeer
doing up at the Northpole?
Can I have a pet chip-
munk? Can I have some
funny money, Alvin and the
Chipmunks movie, and the
game?
Joshua

Dear Santa,
Hey, Santa how are you
doing? What I want is the
movie High School Musi-
cal,2! Can I have an Auburn
Tigers Cheerleading outfit?
The colors of the outfit are
blue, orange, and white.
One is long sleeve and one


Mary Paramore/WCN
Little Miss Vernon Olivia Cotton and Miss Vernon LaZambria Johnson were
on hand at the parade.


is short sleeve. I hope Ru-
dolph likes me,
Addison

Dear Santa,
How are you doing
Santa? Whats your favorite
food? What do you like to
do? What I want for Christ-
mas is a 54-key Digital
electronic keyboard rip-
stick, Heeleys, iPod, scoot-
er, skateboard a million dol-
lars, pokemon cards, a Wii,
and an Xbox 360.
Dalton

Dear Santa,
How are you doing? I
was good this year. I want
for Christmas clothes,
games, shoes, books, socks,
and a new book bag. I also
want a new T.V., jacket, and
a Phone.
Maimai

Dear Santa,
Hi my name is Anna. I
love ypU witl .all my ,heart. I,
watch all of your TV shows
all day long. I believe in


you I believe in the elves.
I believe everything Santa.
I want butterscotch and a
fake chipmunk and now a
Shrek the Third game for
my Xbox Christmas.
Anna

Dear Santa,
What I would like for
Chrismas is a pair of Jor-
dons, a wii, a Barbie prin-
cess, a Dora the Mermaid,
and $1000.
Trinitee

Dear Santa,
How have you been
Santa? are you happy about
Christmas? This year I'm
happy about Christmas.
what I want for Christmas
is a wii and a little refrig-
erater! i also want a Baby
Alive, some Heelies, some
pumas, Some clothes, and
your outfit that you wear at
Christmas but a girl one!
Gabby

Dear Santa,
My name is Jamar. For
Christmas this year I want
a Game Cube, a real mini
motor cycle, Jordon shoes,
a dirt bike, a helmet, a real
mini motor cycle, Jordons,
shoes, a dirt bike, helmets,
gloves, a real put bull dog,
a horse, a pair of air force
ones shoes, nintendo DS, an
X Box 360 a digital camera,
and a I pod shuffle. Your
friend
Jamar


something. It is Christmas
so I am going to tell you
something. Merry Christ-
mas Santa.
Isaac

Dear Santa,
How are you doing? I
was good this year. What I
want for Christmas is a new
phone, a motor cycle, and a
Rottweiler.
Kevean

Dear Santa,
How have you ben? it is
almost Chistmas and there
are somethings I want.
I want an XBox 360, a
Nerf longshot gun, a skate
board, a stuffed animal, an
eggspert, a giant mickey
mouse, and a giant Spider-
man. Hope you come.
Canaan

Dear Santa,
Hi! my name is Jorge. I
want for Christmas is a re-
mote control motorcycle,
a new tv new car games, a
new jacket, new shoes that
are cool a now cool skate-
board and a new PlaySta-
tion.
Jorge

Dear Santa,
Hey my name is Sierra
and I am 8 years old. I want
a Nintendo DS for christ-
mas. I've been very good in
school and I made the a-b-
honor roll.
Sierra


Dear Santa, Dear Santa,
"Hi my name is Isaac. I What I whant for Christ-
P.am 8 years old and I like mas is a digital camera, a
ar to skateboard. a lot. so can jacket, a Nintendo DS, a
V Ns you get me a my brother a mini motor cycle a new -4-
skateboard? Even if you wheeler, an i Pod, an Xbox
don't, I just want to tell you 360, Absolutely Lucy book,
.. that I have been good a lot o a Fox in /socks book, and a
if you don't get me a skate- Pirates Don't Change Dia-
Mary ParamoreANCN board you can just get me a pers book.
The Shriners brightened up the Wausau parade, snowboard. I almost forgot Alexis

Ni_ Am.


MtyCbistmpgA/ew4^'/eo ^ :^


Dear Santa,
I want a rodot that can-
transform into a space ship'
a car a box of mountain
dew pokemon cards, a 4
wheeler and a nintendo DS
and a stereo.
Jaden

Dear Santa,
I want a PSP for Christ-
ms. I also want NCAA07'
Football Game for Christ-
mas and I want Maddeno7
Football Game for Christ-
mas I also want Grad Theft-
Auto for Christmas. I also
want Cars the Game and an
MP3 Player with a bike to
go with it.
Dycarrius

Dear Santa,
Hey My name is Crys-
tal. Are you doing good? I
know I am. I hope you are.
Well let me tell you what I
want for Christmas. I want
some posters and some:
clothes. I want some shirts
too and that is all.
Crystal

Linda Smothers class

Dear Santa,
I want a big makinchel-
truck. I want one bee guns.-
I want a computer to put in
my room. I want a i pod.-
You one of the best I ever
seen. Love
Jacob

Dear Santa,
Have a Merry Christmas
Santa. I want a barbe gape-
for me to ride in. I want that
im ie. I want that new but-'
ter ckoche hours. I want
a wile live house. I want a
will live puppy.
Seirra

Dear Sanat,
I wish I would get itnes'
for Chistmas. I want the be-
cause they are really good'
shoes. I want the Etnics.
sigh black. and the rest of
the shoe I want white. also-
I want some new Jaine B.
Jones books. or I would,
like any kind of books. bye;
Santa
Cheyenne Gass..

Dear Santa,
I want that new 2007
holada barbib. And I want
that fack hores buttre seach.
And I want pas off jrunl.;
and I want a cafe. And I
want that rolr skate puppy.
Mary Christmas Santa.
Makayla

Dear Santa,
I to Sant 011 wud like a
for willer and I wold like a'
spy gear pleas and Hallo 3
too. I old like GuitarHero
3 I would like spidermane;
to transformers a ratattolly:
spiderman 3.
Jakob

Merry Christmas,
I what A horse. And A
bike for Christmas. MP3
case. Carlie Ann Gilbert.;

See SANTA, page 13C


We dim rbestd, gou at titt6 "queag gains, sit beside go1L at ekurej,
and chat wak fou .int6 6k bAt rtaiL estabtiskme#tts. We atm qolA


Community South Credit Union
Your Community, Your Credit Union


Nursing & Rehab Center
306 West Brock Ave., Bonifay, FL 32425
(850) 547-9289

Visit us At Our New Website At:
SBonifayRehab.com
j'~gt? ,^


7-114 7 --7-- !-A .. --Mua- I*::- -? -r- -vw -,,- -e AMLI.





Wednesday, December 19, 2007, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 13C


SANTA
From page 12C

Merry Christmas.
Carlie

Dear Santa,
I want a baby alive. I
want a new pair of high hels.
I want a Santa that writes. I
want a horse. I want a very
very very veryevery big
hershey's bar. I belive in.
you. I love you too.
Ejiyah

Dear Santa,
. Thes are the things I
want for Chirstmas. I want
a doll. and a book. also a
new coloring book. and
same boblehead. and an esy
bakeoven food. and a ball.
Ashley

Deaar Sante,
I wont a dert Bike for
christmas I want a six
wheeler to for chrismas for
wheeler for Chrismas.
Dameion

Dear Santa,
I wont a ied played for
cherisimas because it's
cool and a x box 360 be-
cause cool adn sinmaned
to go with a x box 360 and
I: play staishin three for
christmas and games to go
with it to an it's cool.
Malcolm

Dear Santo,
I want a gree four wheel-
er and a MP3 player and a
bike and a remotecontrol
car and a fone.
Micah Davis

Dear Santa,
I wood like a dirt bike
and a 4/10. I wood like a
steryow and a pet turtle.
And a remote car and a deer
stand. And a ramp for my
dirt bike.
Ricky

Dear Santa,
I want a nintendo DS and



DOecK The Halls!


C









Wishing you and yours, all
the trimmings of a beautiful
holiday season.
We thank you for your
kind patronage this past year.
Sasser's
Bookkeeping
Service
1338 Railroad Ave.
Chipley, FL
638-0434







i


A very @p cC

folkU who- ha.ve helped
mkehC year atruZly
Serableo owyfor us.

wihes come'truethCi
holiday s~eaot.


Mary Paramore/WCN
Candy was popular at all the parades.


I want a xbox 360 and I hope
you have a great christmas
and I want a game cube
and I hope you and rudolph
have a great trip and I hope
you rudolph to have a great
christmas and I want a play-
station 3.
Matthew Logan Green

Dear Santa,
I whant a dert bike. And
toy boat. And toy Jetskey.
And a toy rudolph. I whant
a toy barn. And a toy house.
And transformers. I whant
a big car. I whant a singing
Santclaus. Thannk you.
Ryan Gordon

Dear Santa,
I want a DS Game and
DS for Christmas and I want
a x box for Christmas and I
want a pone for Christmas
and Pokemoe cards for
Chrstmas this year.
Nicholas Smith


OAPP71


From Everyone At
SEMINOLE
COLLISION, INC.
1104 E. Hwy 90
Bonifay, FL
547-3405


MI erry Christmas
From fillOf Us
To fillOf You
from
Holmes County
Courthouse
Officials

DEBBIE WILCOX MORRIS
Holmes County Supervisor of Elections
HARRY BELL ,
Holmes County Tax Collector Jp
C CODY TAYLOR v
Holmes County Clerk of Court
OTIS CORBIN "
L Holmes County Property Appraiser


Dear Santa,
This is what I want for
Christmas I want a i pod,
a sell pone, a bike, a com-
prter, a easy baker, the
Bratz movie, a DVD player,
a raido adn last but not lest I
want a water fountain cause
all this things are cool.
Dana Douglas

Annette Nichols class

Dear Santa,
For christmas I would lik
e to go to Heaven to go to
Jesus's birthday. It will bae
fine up there together We
will have a party and that's
what I want to have for
Christmas. The End. Opps,
and Merry Christmas.
Jordan Andrew Batton

Dear Santa,
me and my family are
celebrating Christmas to-



















We'd like to join you and
your family in prayer and
celebration during this
season of miracles, and
hope that you enjoy the
very best Christmas, ever!
Shiloh Baptist Church
1976 Shiloh Lane Chipley
638-1014






onve

Peace


If Z
J]pbiness

ood Jorlaune
I
Wishing You The
Best Of Holidays!
Menrr Christmas from Herb, Sharon,
Veronica, ustinand Polly Peel,
and yndon Cook

PEEL
FUNERAL HOME
301 E. EVANS AVE.
BONIFAY, FL
547-4144


gether. one day my grand-
momma made rice crispy
and hot chocolate and even
smors. one time we played
candy land. The we went
to sleep. I ran to the living
room and said it's Christ-
mas. My mommy said it
is not christmas yet. What
I want Christmas is a doll.
Merry Christmas.
Maia

Dear Santa,
I would want a bike,
doll,purse, games, a doll
house with sounds and sp-
pons, dishes furniture, tv.
Chistmas bratsdoll, a doll
christmas tree, a doll bed
and a baby for real. Ho!
Ho! Ho! Merry! Chistmas!
Love,
Faith

Dear Santa,
I would like a B-B gun
and a pellet gun. I would
also like a long shot.
Cameron

Dear Santa,
I want a wii for Christ-
mas. I also want a dream
castle and my sister wanst a
wii, too. Love,
Jenny

Dear Santa,
Hey Santa I can not wait
for Christmas! I want a
dream kitchen house with
sounds, lights, food, drinks,
metal spoons, forks, knifes
glass dishes and some
recipes books to. I would
like some baby born stuff,
also. My stocking is white.
Love,
Cierra Mayo

Dear Santa,
I was wondering if
you could get me an ipod
for Christmas. And also,
thank you for the presents
you gave me all the other
Christmases. Another thing,
can you ring my big sister
with you? and can you get
me my own laptop?


It's always a pleasure to serve
you and we look forward to
seeing you soon.

Wiudh ,rThanks
WAtChristmas



Qian WMQRIN
Just behind Runaway RV
& Seaborns Auto
on Falling Waters Road in Chipley
638-4BBQ(4227)


MERRY

CHRISTMAS
b HAPPY NEW YEAR









As Christmas comes
marching in, we'd like to
step in with our best
wishes and heartfelt thanks.
Philip, Tonya, Tillman,
Alison & Mindy


,l ippin
Appraisal 5ervic5s, Inc.
831 Kirkl,-'d Road Chipley, FL
638-7700


Joshua Lunsford

Dear Santa,
I want toys Santa I want
toys for Christmas! Do it
for VES. Even PE to. Mu-
sic, too.
Kenneth Truman

Dear Santa,
I want a Unicorn poster
for my rom that I can solor.
A Bead set and a Finding
Nemo game.
Kaitlyn

Dear Santa,
Thank you for the pres-
ents and thanks so much for
making Christmas come.
Dellian

Dear Santa,
I would like to please
have a m-p player and
a Bratz doll mansion and
about 8 Bratz dolls. I would
also like a lot of Bratz
clothes and a Bratz doll
limo. A Bratz singing stage
and a little brats doll would
be nice. A Brats doll car
and some bratz doll braclets
ad earrings would also be
nice. I really like necklaces,
would you bring me some
of those too? finally, please
bring me some boy Brtaz
dolss and clothes to go with
them. thank you Santa. P.S.
Please bring me a pool and
tikitorch. I love you Santa.
Happy Hanukkah. I love
you Santa.
Alexys Holley

Dear Santa,
Please, Please get me a
dark Vader mic and a Tank
top too and boots and pants
and Please, Please take my
sister with you!...
Tanner

Dear Santa,
I can't wait until Christ-
mas because it is going to
be Jesus's birthday and I
am looking forward to his
birthday! So I need a pres-
ent for him and it has to be


?b0411 A 00

From all of us
to all of you...
A Very
Merry Christmas

and a Happy
New Year!
From The Mayor,
Council and Staff

Town of Wausau
1607 Ind Ave., Wausau, FL
595-555 1


a good one! It will be the
gift of the world and I love
Christmas so much! Do you
know why? because I love
the presents, the ornaments,
he elves, and Santa and so I
had a great Christmas time
with Santa Clause.
Jillian Hales

Dear Santa,
I want a Brats laptop that
is fake and a bike wheel.
Also, a Princess bed, too.
Hannah Perry

Dear Santa,
I want a v-bot, a rip stick,
magnetics, a sell phone, a
remote control truck, some
legos, A soilderboy C.d.
and a Ben-ten omatrics.
Christian

Dear Santa,
For Christmas I want a
toy boat and a spin well a
toy thruck also I want a z-
bot, a i pod and a cat. I want
a horse, I want ten chickens.
The end. I love Christmas.
Love
Chris

Dear Santa,
I want you to take my
sister with you! I want a
transformer. I want a pack
of pant balls a laptop would
be nice. I want a lesh for
my dog and made sure you
clean the yard up before you
leave, okay Santa, okay!
Before you leave turn our
christmas lights on. Thank
you,
Clint Vaughn

Ponce de Leon

Mrs. F. Jones's class

Dear Santa,
I wont three things The
first thing I wont is a re-
mot ketrol boat, An a mon-
str truk Play Stashn game.
Mrs. Claus I hope you are

See SANTA, page 14C


With warmest wishes
to all our customers,
associates and friends
during this magical
time of the year.
From Everyone At

Trawick

Construction
1555 South Blvd.
Chipley, FL
638-0429


From.
Dcwavd, Triiha, Mercy, EUabethv,
Amy, D nma4e Dea&nwD .
A Plus 4
A. Pharmacy
.Lower Prices/Dependable Quality Service
David Wilkerson (R. Ph.)
Trisha Wilkerson (R.N.)
Mon-Fri 8:30 am 6:00 pm
Sat 9:00 am 2:00 pm
(850) 547-5596





14C, Washington County News/ Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, December 19, 2007


SANTA
From page 13C

good. Love
Cloud P.

Dear Santa
Christmas is almost here
and ;I want a 4-weeler and
a new pear of high hills
and jeans. Marry Christmas
Love
Madison Powell

Dear Santa,
Santa how are you? I
wont a water dispenser,
movies intido games. What
are the elves doing? Love,
Olivia H.

Dear Santa
I won't a Lepstra, Acw-
Dots, and Moonsand. I bet
that Rudolph is a good rein-
deer do they talk to you?
Dous Rudolph have a red
nose? Love
Payton T.

Dear Santa
I what to ride a reindeer
this christmas. I what a toy
for christmas it is a xBox
and a 360 and a foot ball
game. Love
Delanie H.

Dear Santa and Mrs. Claus
I want some toy reindeer.
I want some easy back oven
food. I wont a stuffed cat
that can go mou mou! And
eat food. Love
Jade C.

Dear Santa,
Wut I wunt for Christ-
mas is a shote gun and a
drte bike and a pet monkey.
I love toys for Christmas. I
Love Santa. Love,
Parker Gatlin

Dear Santa
I want to know how you
ear doing. I want a new
bike and a record player and
sume new camoflog gluvs.
Love
Alex P.

Dear Santa
I am 8 years old. I want
for Chritmas. A bike and
a moster Jam game, and a
rocket fishing rod. L6ve
Aubrey N.

Dear, Santa
Chrismas is My favrit
thing in my Life. This is the
most favrit thing I want for
Chrismas is a swimming
Baby, and a secret jearnal,
a new bisicle, a clubhouse,
a Babie house, a horse, a
Baby dog, a snow glowb
of the northpole, a game
called operation, a new paer
of jeanse, a forwealer, and a
sut like Mrs. Clause. Love,
Mandie R.

Dear Santa
I wate a cruch'n much
and a Jane Deer Babre and a
singing rat. And a Christmas
Babre and a Pilow with my
Name on it. Thank you San-


Jay Felsberg/JCTA


Floats of all kinds were in the Bonifay parade.


ta and Mrs. Claus. Love,
Britni Godwin

Dear santa,
how is Jesus? Is he doing
good? I want a toy cat and a
Barbe doll. But What every
you get me is ok. Love To
Santa
Mahaley 0.

Dear Santa
I wihs I had a presit. It is
a BeBe gun. I wihs I had a
forwheeler. I wihs I had a
go cart, and I wihs I had a
robot That can do my horn
work. Love,
Jacob B.

Dear Santa,
Santa, hi, how are the
elves? Thes are some of
the presents I would like
to have. I would like a toy
Reseler. I would like some
yigeo cards. I would like
some cars. Love
william E.

Dear Santa
I want an ipod. I want
some presents. I want a
birthday. I want a bisikle
for Christmas. I want a toy
reindeer for Christmas. A
toy Santa and a toy elve.
Love,
Cary M.

Dear Santa,
I want a DS for Christ-
mas and a PSP for Cheist-
mas and a tv for Cheistmas
and a forwelr and a rockit
fishenpole and a xbox 360
and a xbox. Love,
Shelby Sewell

Dear Santa,
Christmas is my fravit
thing in my Life. This is
What I whant for Christ-
mas is close, movies, and
toys. Moves I whant is
Gosterider and spider-man
3 Transhformrs. And toys I
whant is a transhformr and
Semi truck that turns into a
gun. Love


Taylor H.

Ms. Rolling's class

Dear Santa,!
I want a skate borde I
want a computer I want
a marker borde and some
markers. And a new dress.
Dimond earrings. A dia-
mend clexin. Some close a
sase Ball. I Beliving Santa
and Miss Claus Love
Emily

Dear Santa,
I wish you wod bring
me a cot a fish a toy truk a
nice dog a air plana Books a
telleskopa socer balla Bas-
Ball Game a chics a helle-
copter a trans Formor a bol-
loons a vedeo Game. Scoat
Boro. Love
Kennen

Dear Santa,
I wish you can bing me a
DS. And a Bratz Laptop and
a alarm clock puppy. And a
baseball. Love
Madison

Dear Santa
Will you bring me a
Dora Tallking Kichin. For
Christmas because it is so
fun me And my brother can
play withti.'Love,
Alyssa Byrd

Dear Santa,
can you bring my a black
I can you bring my A Blaire
house I have, a baire house
Love,
Montana Turner

Dear Santa,
I want a wii and a gun
and lots uv games to. And
a diamond necklace and a
car. I want all uv my toys
because. I want to gir it to
charity Love,
Jocelynn Osteen

Dear Santa,
Can you please bing me
a guitar. I want a ring for


christmas. The benlo Game
is coming out. I want the
benloomtrex. I want a LaB-
top. Love,
Kelby Ammons.

Dear Santa
I would like 2 packs of
Seiarra mist because I love
Sierra mist. I also would
like a real elf. Because elfs
make toys I don't have
enough time. But I want an-
other peg and a chain guard
for my trick bike that you
gave me the year before
last year and a bottle of rust
spray. Love,
Jake Murley

Dear Santa,
I want a skatboard and a
snowboard because thay are
cool xbox 360. Love'
Zach Flick

Dear Santa,
Will you bring me a wi-
enner dog please. I want a
winner dog so I can have
at my house. Love,
Nicholas Huguley

Dear Santa,
I want seven toys for
Christmas I want a tint with
a rain cover.
And some play cars, be-
caes I like cars. And I want
a pet bird becaes they fly.
I want a skatbord becses I
like to skatbord and a ipod
for Christmas. I want a pair
of roler skats. And new
clothes. Love,
Trey Bishop

Dear Santa,
I wish you could bring
me 5 presents for Christmas
9 toy car because I like to
ride in one. And some bar-
bies because you can change
there close. And 9 pet rabbit
because they are cute and
cutuly. And a barbie car be-
cause you can push it arand.
And 9 ipod because you can
lisen to. Love,
Felicity Walters


Dear Santa
I Want a wagon. I want
a hamer. I want a laptop, I
want a guitar. I want a dog.
I want a Game boy ds. I
want a go cart. I want too
gord fish. I want too alarm
clock. I want a baskit ball.
I want a 1000$ dollars. I
want too bollons. I want too
ear rings. I want a rings. I
want a computer. I want a
four wheeler. Love
Hailee Simmons

Dear Santa
I wish you would bring
me a reamot control Jep. &
a little army set and a Little
dinosaur set. A Little army
house with a latter and a
Pole with it. Bask Ball. Ben
ten monster. A laptop. A
play truk, playcar, Gatoer,
yoyong cards. 100$. Thank
you. Love,
Austin

Dear Santa,
I will like you to bring
me a lot of toys like a toy
ely. And a toy Jeep and a
necklace and ornanent of
Santa Claus and Rudolph
and the reindeer. And some
new pants with some Shirts.
And a ipod and a lost my
home work shirt, and a pear
of sunglasses for the beach.
I won't a toy elv to play
with when I have nothing
to do. And I won't the toy
jeep to play with when I get
done with my homework,
and a necklace to wear.
And the ornanent of Santa
and the reindeer to put on
the christmas tree. I won't
the pants and shirts to wear.
And the lost my home work
shirt to wear. And the ipod
to lisen to. And a pear of
sunglasses. Love,
Hope Sasnett

Ms. Robertson's class:
Dear Santa
I would like a dog pellow
please if you can thank
you. You our a nice man
Santa, I hope you like your
cookies. Merry Cristmas
Santa! And I hope you
like your milk. Love,
Charmayne Jackson

Dear Santa,
. I would like a sniper Ri-
fle, and a fourweller with a
gun holder thank you San-
ta Merry Cristmas Santa.
Love,
Bryson Slay

Dear Santa,
I wunt a gun. If you git
me that I woul be happy. I
Love Jusus. Am glad that
it's his birthday, Mrs. Claus
wein Santa Claus gifs hoom
bake him sum cukes. I hope
the elves are ok. Love
Destine Duffield

Dear Santa
Will you Please give me
a Jeff hardey money in the
bank letter mach. And will
you bring me the under tak-


er raisling man. And last but
not lest will you bring me a
world Heveyway Chain-
pion Ship big title. Love,
Christopher Johnson.

Dear Santa,
I whant a bike again
and a cagitpach doll and a
cheeleder soot and a baby
stroler with a baby doll
that comes with it and a toy
monkey and a sleeply bear!
Love, Katie Adams Merry
Chritmas Ho Ho Ho!
Katie Adams

Dear Santa,
I hope the Elves are do-
ing ok! And you Santa and
Mrs. Claes is doing ok fo.
My gifts that I get is pretty.
Love
Jordyn Williams

Dear Santa,
I wan't a basket ball
please and I wan't a bike
please and I won't a brat's
doll and a foot baell please
and a pet monkey and a pet
bird and a brat's cup and a
teankerbell uven and some
teaker bell clothes and a per
of teanker bell shoes. Merry
Christmas, Santa Love
Ashley Meeks ho ho ho
ho.

Dear santa,
how are your elfs doo-
ing. What toys am I getting
and it is Jesus Birthday,
then after christmas it's my
Birthday. Love
Dylan Mayberry

Dear Santa,
I want a pet monkey fo
rChristmas but I never see
Rudolph the red nos rein-
deer. Love, Ben Lewelliig
Ho ho ho Merry Christmas
Ben Lewelling

Dear Santa!
I want now 23 and now
26 and a Dogey. 2 a 2 play
game. 3. a rill gitre 4 tony
cachcebes. 5 a .grre Box. 6
a little ruph Qrth. 7 a little
micwave. 8 a te set. 9a get-
pig. Love
Melanie Barber-Johnson

Dear Santa I don't really
won't anything. I just wari't
two things:.A electric pearro.
"'And two- see you! That's all
I won't. And thank you for
evry thing you've got me; I
don't really need anything.
You always get me some-
thing cool. And I really
aprecate it. And how are the
raindeers doing. And Ru-
dolph And even Mrs. Claus.
By! Merry Cristmas Santa!
Love
Kylie Smith

Dear Santa
I want a jump rope for
Christmas and a hockey
table and a kite For Crist-
mas and seeds for Cristmas!
Thanke you, Love
Brook George

See SANTA, page 15C


Blessings A+

Ghri stmncst, me
May You Be Filled With The
-True Spirit Of Christmas
This Holiday Season.

DIXIE
ABSTRACT
& TITLE CO.
1282-A Church Ave.
= Chipley, Florida
638-1999

All Aboard
For Another Great Christmas!
Washington County
2 Chamber of Commerce
Board of Directors
SSteve Smith
Operating Director
Ted Everett
Managing Director
Chris MacBlain
Administraive Assistant
Kim Knight
Community Relations Manager
Sherri Biddle
Secretary/Receptionist
685 7th St. e Chipley, FL 638-4157 'I


From Ricky Callahan and the Staff of
I L fallahan A

202 N. Harvey Etheridge Road
Bonifav. FL 32425
4-7-3613





Greatest

of. ifts
It is this no of year Ihat the gift
of Gods love is fuily realized.
0 l ~ This Chrismats, share the greatest of gifts-
Love. not )ust with those you know and care for.
but ycryone you meet.
Bless you for your kindness throughout the year.
Merry Chrimas.

BOBBY
HADDOCK
Washington County
Sheriff


Merry Christmas From

Q qP PEOPLESSOUTH BANK
Tim Wright, City President
B


-- -~ ~I~f5~u. -





Wednesday, December 19, 2007, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 15C


SANTA
From page 14C

Dear Santa,
It as Been good days I
want a three store doll house
for christmas and 20 dollars
for christmas and to see the
really Stanta and set on your
nee and you can give me
a hug and kiss. And a pet
puppy for christmas Ho Ho
Ho to you Marry Christmas
Love
Alexis Fogle

Dear Santa,
what I whant for christ-
mas is a hunting Dog which"
.will be a Bigell and oo-
ther cind's of hunting stuff
to and a movie to. Merry
christmas
James Cameron Waddell

Dear Santa
I want some presents for
Christmas and I want a gift
for christmas and Rudolph
has ben good has Mrs. Claus
ben doing ok has The elves
ben good ok. Love,
Trevor Faulk

Dear Santa
Merry Christmas I Love
your sleigh I Love the elves
I Love jewelry I wood like
some jewelry and Pleses I
wood love the Play horses
I wood Love some Barbie
Clothings for Christmas
too. Love
Kylee Frazier

Dear Santa,
I want a pet monkey for
Christmas. Please bring me
a bird and some toy cars. I
want a remote controlled
truck. New clothes too.
New shoes would be nice.
Thank you Santa. Love
John Ponds.

Ms. Brannon's class

Dear Santa Claus
I what a motersikle four
crimes. If you can get me
some. Thak from
Cole

Hi Santa
I want a shelf tath has
loks on it and a lunkbox and
a camra and a bechball and
a tea party set maybe 3 and
a Hanna Mantan doll and a
cuben Bieudoll.
Unsigned

Dear Santa
thank you for bringing ev-
erything I wanted last year.
This year I want a paint ball
gun, Nintendo DS, games,
Gocart, Tim Tebow poster,
A BB gun, some BB gun
bullets.
Colten

Dear Santa
I what a boy French bull-
dog and I what a tall briaza
doll and a move called Avr-
in and the Chickmucns and
a real phon
Lindsey Gatlin

- Dear Santa
I with a thak you beudl
camru and spy kit and post-
er of Zac Efron and a gril
bulldog and a little crimes
tree.
Charlenna Stephen:

Dear Santa
SI wish I had a Play car
and a little pet shop and a
(log that is a raido Thank
you! Kace Rene




BANK 01

I A VERY

GOOD

SEASOi


James Bailey/JCTA
Bonifay Fire and Rescue provided the snacks at Memorial Field.


Dear Santa
I have been really good
this year. I hope you are
doing good. This year I
would 'like a p.s.p with
some games, a remote con-
trol helicopter a ping pong
table for me, my brother
and little sister. I would also
like a new baseball bat, 'I
will leave you some milk
and cookies hope you have
a safe trip. Your friend
Ashton Howell

Dear Santa
You have been good to
me all thes seven years. I
Love you! If you have time
this year to bring me pres-
ents this year I only want
you to bring me 18 presents.
Thanks Santa Love!
Mikayla Morgan

I wish for a moder sice
can you get me one thank
you
Ryan

To Santa Claus
Santa can I have a toy.
Santa can I have a presents.
Santa can I have a big Math
book.
Chirs Willow

to Santa Claus
I' Santa can I have a troy
Bed room set I love You
Santa thank you
Sierra

Dear Santa Claus Dear
Santa Claus this Christmas
I wod like a close plese.
And some shos to prete
plese. Then I wod like jake
ins prete prete plese. Can
I plese plese get an I dog.
The End
Bailey

Dear Santa
thank you for every thing
you gave me. For Christmas
I wood like a electric scoot-
er a poster of Zac Efron and
and spy kit
Taylor West

Dear Santa
I appreciate al the'Last 8
years of chrismas you brout
was great if you think i'm
good enough I won't a go
kart a 270 tim tebo porter
Ryan Eldridge

To Santa Claus
I wohent Hannah Mum-
tann close for Christmas
Santa and A reindeer for
Christmas A stuf damil To


Turck you Santa for the stuf
you gave me for 7 years San-
ta Claus. from Cheyenne

Washington
Co. Christian
School

Mrs. Harris' class

Hi!
My name is Natalia Was-
son. how are your elvs do-
ing? and how is roodoff
and pransere an all the other
reindeer doing? How are
you doing to? thank you
and the ele for my toys. I
want a i pod for Christmas.
And how is Miss.Chas do-
ing? Love Your Friend,
Natalia Wasson

Dear Santa,
how are your reindeer?
how is your family? Thank
you for my presents last
year. Are your elves done
working or are they still
working? I want a vet kit
for Christmas. Your Friend,
Shauni Hooper

Dear Santa Hello!
my name is Dominic
Bouton I want to know how
it is going with rudeoff and
how is it going in the north
pole. And thanks for the
bikes and skateboards. And
I wanta playstation 3 and
a playstation 3 games and
some video games and a
ticket to reranged my room.
Love Your Friend
Dominic Bouton
Dear Santa,
Hi! Im Garrett Kent. All
I want for Christmas is my
sister to no be sick anymore.
And one other thing, A toy
robot. How are you are your
reindeer? I hope you have a
merry christmas. Love your
friend,
Garrett Kent

Dear Sant,
Hi! My name is Allyanna
Haddock. how have you be
doing? I hope you have a
great christmas this year I
want for Christmas is a pots
making thing. Love your
Friend


Fwm Cart FWar&ftOwm.s



Wad


REALTY, INC.


698-5222


Allyanna Haddock

Dear Santa,
Hi, Im B aylee. How
are you I want a Ipod that
plays vidios. How are your
raindears? I hope yo have a
great Christmas year. Love
your friend,
Baylee Steele

Poplar Springs

Ms. Singletary's class

Dear Santa,
I want a doll that swims
in the water and I want a
babby that crys, and a tv.
Nicole Yancey

Dear Santa Clause,
I want a dirt bike and a
play station 1 and 2 viidio
games.
Jonathan Jones

High Santa,
What I want for Christ-
mas is a dirtbick and some
p.j.'s and some gameboy
games.
Tripp Graves

Dear Santa,
For Christmas I what a
lot of books and arts.
Adalyn Drayton,
Santa,


Band Director (and
Park.


4edSouth
HOME HEALTH h
201 N. Etheridge St.
--9onifay, FL
' 547-5549 '


For Crimis I want a bike
I want a gun I want a pok
it niffe I want a 4 willr to.
Joseph Meredith

I like Cresmas be cals it
ast toys.
Jared Mixon:

Dear Santa,
For Christmas I want a
laptop and a High School
Musical year Book. And the
wii game and the jump in
movie. And just maby can
I have a cell phone. I have
been good all entire year
so pleas can I. Love, Your
Angle All year
Tristan Jessie

Dear, Santa
I want a laptop and a psp.
From
Tori Burke

I Belive in christma be-
cause it's Jesuse's birthday
he gave you arms he gave
you legs to walk on and he
gave a mom and a DaD to
Love forever.
Arielle Michaela Pierce

I blevu crimus is Jeisu
buthday.
Joel Ealum:

Ms. Williams class

Santa Letter Dear Santa,
I have been very good
this year. I want two things.
First I want and I-pod next I
want a watch. Merry Christ-
mas! Love,
Kassyn Williams

Dear Santa,
I have been very good
this year! There are three
Thing I would Love to have
a for real bird, Tripod, Wii.
From
Takoda Walters

Dear Santa,
I have been very good
this year. There are several
thing I would Love to have.
Kit and A drum sticks and A
Lap Top and A Love,
Robin Tate

Dear Santa, '
I have been very good
this year! There are two
things I would love to have
a skate board, with a I-Pod.


From,
Kacy Older
Dear Santa,
I have been very good
this year! There are three
things I would love to have.
A laptop, a scooter, and a I-
pod. I will leave milk and
cookies. Love,
Leanna Bell
Dear Santa Letter
I have been very good
This year! There are three
Thags I want for Christmas
I want a ipod then I want
a Bratz computer, Then I
want a mp Three player.
Sincerely,
Myranda Vickers
Dear Santa,
I Love been very good
this year! There are two
things I would love to have.
I want a Rip Stick. I want a
I-Pod. Love Tyler S.
Tyler Steverson
Dear Santa,
I have been a very very
good girl this year! There
are not many things I want
this year just about three. I
would love to have some
Heeleys and CD's. last I
want a tooth brush that sing.
Lover,
Macey Johnson
Dear Santa,
I have been very good
this year! Also I wanted a
Lap top for Christmas. Also
a Wii also I would like a
any game for Christmas. I
will leave you Mt. Dew and
cookies. From
Clay Arrington
Dear Santa,
I have been very good
this year! There are sev-
eral things I would Love to
have. I want a fourweeler
for Christmas I would also
like to have a mp 3 player
and heeles for Christmas. I
will Leave you some cook-
ies. From
Brittany LaShay Cade
Dear Santa
I have been very good
this year! There are three
thing I would want to have
for Christmas I want a bike,
and a babby dall, and a cell-
phone. Love
Tiffany Smith


Jay Felsberg/JCTA
Bonifay Memorial


veteran) Bill Shipley led the music in


WLtk WelL Wlt










Wishing all our customers
a happy and safe Christmas
holiday filled with a large
measure of peace, joy and
marrimnent.
Oxygen Cards
Medical Gifts
Equipment Cosmetics
& Supplies Prescriptions
M-F 8 am 5:30 pm
Sat. 8 am 12 pm
Closed Sunday
Johnson's
Pharmacy
219 N. Waukesha St.
Bonifay, FL 547-2163




16C, Washington County News/ Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Lo1ve C) e ,



'c/ 2 &' &,*

0'' Q :, GKz D ^ (
S- I < ~

C>- ,jN t Y U '/ ^^


Baylee Steele's family is ready for Christmas.


Rudolf is getting a workout in Charmayne Jackson's art.


.L~ U12> 6~


I
:'


~h 22:,
j.
~1


Santa will be busy at Dominic Bouton's house.


1trozok
a e-0 iIe-


I .


Above and below: Presents are ready to be opened by
Brooke George and Trevor Faulk.


Home. It's a place to unwind. A place to dream. A place you
always feel welcome.

For the hospitality and goodwill you've shown us this year, we
are deeply grateful. We will always be proud to call this town
"home" and wish all of our neighbors, a very merry Christmas
and the happiest of New Year's.


R~i~~o' 0


4 4


xi


ZZ___


Horses, Saddles & Trailers
-- / Mercantile LLC


Wishing you a good
old-fashioned
Christmas and a'
Happy New Year


We want to thank all our
Loyal and future customers.
Carmela & Woody
Come visit our new place at the corner of
Hwy. 90 & Oklahoma Street in Bonifay.


Wv W




University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2011 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated May 24, 2011 - Version 3.0.0 - mvs