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Heritage celebrated
The heritage and memory
of Robert E. Lee are
Page 1B


Volume Number 8 Chipey, loia WedneS^

Baxley addresses ,,

2 sectios, 20 yes

jn Council


In the Weekend Edition

More photos of big bucks
arrive...see page 6A.

One killed, one
seriously injured in
Friday night wreck
According to a Florida High-
way Patrol news release, a
Graceville man is dead, and a
child is critically injured after a
Friday night wreck on County
Road 181 in Holmes County.
Randall Ashley Bush, 29, was
traveling north on County 181 just
south of U.S. 90 about 10:30 p.m.
Friday, when his 2002 Ford truck
drifted onto the east shoulder of
the road.
According to the report, Bush
over-steeredto the left.causing the
truck to cross the northbound lane
of travel. \\ hen he over-steered
to the right, he lost control of
the truck. The vehicle overturned
and hit a pine tree; throwing Bush
and his passenger, Darian Bush,
7, from the vehicle.
Randall Bush later was pro-
nounced dead at a hospital, and
Darian was listed in critical con-
dition at Sacred Heart Hospital in
Neither person was wearing
a seat belt, according to the re-

Assistant clerk
placed on
leave Monday

Managing Editor
afelsberg @ chipleypaper.com
Vernon Recreation Director
and Fire Chief Clarence "Buddy"
Baxley was on hand Monday
night at the regular meeting of
Vernon Town Council.
Ba\le\ 's i ife, Assistant City
Clerk Beck\ Ba\ley, was placed
on administrdti e leave with pay
follow ing a 3-2 tote of Council'.
acting on the recommendation of
Mayor Oscar Ward.
Baxley repeated his statement
printed in the Feb. 6 Washington

County News that he was un-
aware of a special Council meet-
ing on Feb. 6 to approk e ha% ing
City Attorney Kerr% Adkison
conduct an inquiry in to the pa\ -
ment of $12,300 to Ba\le\. The
payment was for work supp,-s-
edly done for the Cit\ of Vernon
by Baxley from October. 2006 to
January, 2008.
"I've seen it all in the ne\\ spa-
per," Baxley said. "Am I under
Adkison presented Ba\le\
with a letter requesting a %% written
statement from Baxle\. as he has
of everyone involved in making
the pa\ ment to Baxle\ in late
January Last wt eek Adkison said
that some statements have been
delivered to his office.

See VERNON, page 3A

Jay Felsberg/WCN
Vernon Recreation Director and Fire Chief Clarence "Buddy"
Baxley addresses Vernon City Council Monday night.

School Board approves accepting Dumajack property

Managing Editor
The Washington County
School Board unanimously ap-
proved 100 acres of property on
Dumajack Road in south Wash-
ington County as a possible site
for a future school.
The property is being made
available by the Northwest Flor-
ida Water Management District
and the Board would only have
to pay the various fees necessary
for a survey, transfer and other
The expected growth in south
Washington County prompted the
Board to have property available
in case a new school is needed
and funding could be obtained.
The Board also heard a report
from STOA on the renovation
of Vernon Middle School. Plans
have been approved by the state
Department of Education and a
bid date can be set.
The layout has been modified
to improve safety. The two wings
have been moved farther apart,
and the size of one building has
been slightly reduced to avoid
buying a sprinkler system. All
30 classrooms should be covered
under the budget.
The Board also gave consen-


The green on this map marks the 100 acres of property obtained
for a possible new school north of Little Spring Lake along
Dumajack Road.

sus to having Junior Achieve-
ment move toward setting up
instruction at Chipley and Vernon
high schools.
Junior Achievement repre-
sentatives Nicole Barefield and
Lee Ann Todd were on hand to
describe the program.
Junior Achievement teaches
entrepreneurship, financial lit-

eracy, work skills and knowledge
of the global economy, among
other skills. Junior Achievement
is the world's largest organiza-
tion that teaches economics and
knowledge of the free enterprise
Instruction is done in the fifth,
eighth and 10th grades. There
were about 900 students in 45

classes in Bay and Gulf counties
last school year, with that number
increasing to over 1,200 students
in 63 classes this year.
Classes are taught by volun-
teers who are often local business
leaders. "Students get hands-on
instruction from those who have
done business using real-life
examples," Todd said.
Barefield noted the success of
the program in other counties.
"We know the program works,
and we can do the same thing
for. Washington County if we
can impliment the program,"
she said.
The Washington Coun-
ty Chamber of Commerce is
strongly involved in this project.
Chamber Executive Director Ted
Everett said that the Chamber
Foundation is funding one teach-
ing kit each for Chipley and Ver-
non high schools (kits are $500
each), and that donations would
be accepted by the Chamber, for
the project.
Plans are to begin instruction
fall of 2008 to have time to work
with principals and teachers, as
well as solicit donations.
Anyone interested in mak-
ing a donation or volunteering
to instruct, call the Chamber at

Fund established
An account has been set up
for the Clara Edwards family
of Ebro at Wachovia Bank in
Bonifay. Their home just north
of Ebro on Hwy. 79 was lost to a
fire recently.
Anyone wanting to make a
donation can stop by the bank
and have the money deposited in
the account.

L =-

Jay Fe-t.-rg VWCN

The old Chipley Motel is being demolished.

Old Chipley Motel is being demolished

Navigate the Coast


Managing Editor
Demolition is being funded
with $150,000 from the Chipley
Redevelopment Agency.

The City bid out the demoli-
tion, with Henry Grimes Con-
struction awarded the bid. The
asbestos abatement is being
done by a subcontractor, said
Assistant Public Works Director

Dan Miner. Asbestos abatement
will take about two-and-a-half
Jayanti "Jay" Patel agreed
to surrender the motel as part
of his plea agreement with the

State Attorney's Office in 2007.
Patel pleaded nolo contendre (no
contest) to drug-related charges,
and signed over ownership of
the motel and vacated it as of
Feb. 5.

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Video of the demolition under News at www.chipleypaper.com

2A, Washington County News, Wednesday, February 13, 2008

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Caryville man, two others charged in arson

Florida Freedom Newswire
A judge ordered three
arson suspects to be held
on more than $200,000 in
bonds Friday in connec-
tion with fires at a laundry
facility and a nearby stor-
age shed.
Two men and a woman
have been charged:
*Sam Jones, 60, of North
Second Street in DeFuniak
Springs, was charged with
two counts of principal to
arson of a structure;
*Emmitt R. Jones, 40,
of Caryville, was charged
with two counts of arson
to a structure;
*Robin Saab Boyd,
47, of Geneva, Ala., was
charged with two counts
of accessory after the fact
to arson.
Sam Jones and Emmitt
Jones are cousins, and
Boyd is Emmitt Jones' girl-
friend, said Detective Gary
Gazzillo with the state fire
marshal's office.
The men are each being
held on $100,000 bonds,

Continued from page 1A

Baxley said he was un-
der medical care for two
more days. "I'll mail it to
you when I get it done," he
told Adkison.
Adkison also repeated
his earlier statement that
the Feb. 4 meeting was not
a public hearing.
Adkison also said at
the Feb. 4 meeting that
Baxley should either turn in
detailed paperwork show-
ing he did the work he
claimed to do or to return
the $12,300.
Ward recommended that
Becky Baxley be placed on
administrative leave with-
out pay until the inquiry
was concluded.
"There's the belief that
someone is going through
the files and'providing
information to someone
under investigation," Ward
Council voted 3-2 to
place Becky Baxley on
leave with pay. Voting in
favor were Council Presi-
dent Narvel Armstrong
and Council Members Ju-
nior McKeithen and Gwen
March. Voting' no were
Council Members Viv-
ian Brewer, and John Paul
Cook, Jr.
Ward also recommended
that Council ban anyone

and Boyd is being held on
a $10,000 bond, according
to court records.
The Coin Laundry Mat
at State Road 90 and North
Second Street was damaged
Feb. 2, when the bathroom
was set on fire, lawmen
said. A storage shed across
the street, owned by the
same person, was damaged
the same day, Gazzillo said.
Both fires caused about
$22,000 worth of damage,
and no injuries were re-
ported, officials said.
The owner could not be
reached for comment.
Gazzillo said that Sam
Jones was upset with the
owner, but Gazzillo could
not comment on the nature
of the disagreement. Lt.
Bill Chapman with the
DeFuniak Springs Police
Department said Sam Jones-
lives next door to the laun-
dry facility.
Officials said Emmitt
Jones started both fires, and
Boyd knew about the inci-
dent afterward but did not
report it, while Sam Jones
helped plan the fires.
All three suspects were

except the clerk from inside,
the office or behind the
desk at City Hall.
Council approved ban-
ning anyone except the
clerk, the mayor or coun-
cil members from those
Ward was critical of the
Council's action allowing
anyone other than the clerk
on the premises. "Some of
those folks are under inves-
tigation," he said.
Adkison said that if
any copies of documents
are made to have City
Clerk Sherry Cobb write
it down.
"We don't need tobe de-
stroying records," Adkison
said. "I don't think that's
what is happening, but that
'is the concern."
In other business, Coun-
*Approved a -recom-
mendation from the Plan-
ning Commission to allow
a variance to sell less than
4.5 acres of property at the
comer of Ferris and Cook
*Approved a recom-
mendation from the Plan-
ning Commission to deny
a small-use land change
requested by Cokomo In-
ternational Corp involving
two lots in Riverchase
*Approved scheduling
a workshop on Thursday,

arrested Thursday. Boyd
and Emmitt Jones were
taken into custody while
driving a reportedly stolen
car out of Geneva, Ala.
Sam Jones was arrested at
his home on North Second
Street, lawmen said.
Emmitt Jones is also
wanted on warrants out of
Enterprise, Ala., for armed
robbery, and has outstand-
ing warrants from Walton
and Washington counties
for other crimes, lawmen
Samples from the fire
have been sent to a lab
for testing to determine
if accelerants were used,'
but Gazzillo said Emmitt
Jones used gasoline to start
the exterior of the shed on

Wednesday, February 13, 2008 Washington County News, 3A

Options to be looked at for Sand Hills development
Some developers in posal would allow 4 units proved for zoning changes.
Sand Hills are hoping to per acre as opposed to one In addition Development
set the stage for future unit per acre with a major Orders need the County's
growth. catch. Developers could approval.
WJHG Channel 7 re- only receive the higher The meeting will be held
ports that on Thursday, density if they agree to use at 1:30 p.m. at the Emer-
Feb. 21 the Bay County County water and sewage. agency Operations Center
Planning Commission will The County says what on Mulberry Avenue in
consider a change to the makes this proposal so in- Panama City.
County's Comprehensive triguing is that it allows for
Plan to increase the num- better cost sharing among
ber of homes allowed in future residents who want
the rural community, but to hook up to County water
it comes with a caveat for once the purchase of Gulf
water and sewage. Coast Electric Cooper-
The County will con- ative's Water Treatment
sider a two-part request Facility is complete.
from Cedar Creek Ranch "The County would not
Developers. The first is to mandate that they tie into
change the community's our system," says Plan-
boundary which means ning and Zoning Manager A U T
more homes could be built Martin Jacobson.
on smaller tracts of land. This doesn't guarantee, Things to do in
Part two asks the County however, that Sand Hills
to consider changing their will be developed. In order Washington, Holmes and
Comprehensive Plan so for a new development to Surrounding Counties
that an even higher density come into the area the plans
could be possible. This pro- would still need to be ap-


Feb. 14 at 9 a.m. to review
a number of issues, includ-
ing getting a line of credit
for recreation grants, rental
space in the City Hall, more
insurance for the furnish-
ings in City Hall, the City
stormwater project, and
other issues.
*Refused to act on a re-
quest by a local church to
be removed from garbage
service for its parsonage,
noting that everyone must
follow City regulations.
*Approved sending a-
letter to the state Depart-
ment of Transportation
requesting that the reten-
tion pond planned as part
of the Hwy. 79 project be
attractively landscaped.


I would like to take this opportunity to announce my candi-
dacy for sheriff of Washington County.
I have lived in Washington County for 14 years with my
wife of 23 years Kathy and four children, Ann, Michael Jr,
Alan and Gabby. We are members of Turning Point Church .
of Chipley. I have been in the Army Reserve for 21 years and
have earned the rank of Master Sergeant. Seventeen of those
years in a leadership role. I own and operate a construction company (Southern Style Stucco)
which I have run successfully for 10 years. I have been a certified law enforcement officer for
11 years. I was with Washington County for 6 yrs and 10 mo., 3 1/2 years as a school resource
officer and DARE officer.
I bring law enforcement, business and leadership experience thus making me a multi-dimen-
sional Sheriff. After speaking with members of the community, I understand your concerns and
agree with them 100%. We need to aggressively attack the drug problem in our community. We
need to set up programs for our children, to be involved with them and to help guide them.
Deputies need to patrol the back roads as well as the main roads. All concerns and cares
need to be handled with the same respect, no matter if it's minor or major. Everyone will be
treated equally. It is time that the sheriff's department, the community and the police depart-
ment come together as one to make this community a better place to raise our families. This is
not a republican or democratic issue, this is a community issue. "This is not a me issue, but a
WE ISSUE" therefore making me available to everyone at all times. For me to be successful as
your sheriff, the community has to be involved. Together we can and will make a difference.
Thank you.
Vote Mike Walker For 2716B Alton Lane
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If you're not a liberal when you're young then you have no heart.
If you're not a conservative when you're old, then you have no brain.

-- Idea originated by Francois Guisot (1787-1874),
popularly attributed to Winston Churchill

WasintonContyNes, -edesayFeruay. 3, i00s:

This is the third column
of a three-part series.

The tribal people of the
Kalahari Desert say this:
"A story is like the wind. It
comes from a far-off place
and we feel it."
The magic of life is in
our stories. Stories are ves-
sels of spirit and memory.
They give meaning and
poignancy to our lives. It's
our stories that help us re-
member our experiences.
When I first saw the
movie, Big Fish, I was
struck with the idea that
stories let us reconstruct our
lives. To create ourselves as
we'd like to be seen. Then
I had this thought. Stories
aren't wholly for the audi-
ence. People want to leave
their mark on the world, to
be remembered for some-
thing. We want to know
that we will be remembered
after we're gone. Stories
are an outlet for that.
I think that's an impor-
tant point so I'm going to
give you three periods to
give you a moment to pon-
der and let it sink in...
A gold fish when placed
in a small bowl remains
small.' But when placed
in a pond, a gold fish can
double, triple, or even qua-
druple in size. That's a little
something I learned from
the movie. (Have you seen
it yet? Shame on you if you
There's the first meaning
of Big Fish. Fish get big by
being in an environment
where they can grow. You
don't need to move away or
anything like that, though.
Great things are achieved
when you place yourself
in a position to be stretched
and challenged.
The second meaning
goes back to how we tell
our stories to others. A big
fish is nothing more than a
delightful exaggeration. (I
love that phrase, "delight-
ful exaggeration.") We
learn from the movie that
a story doesn't have to be

One Word
Andrew Hollinger

factual to be true.
Be careful. This is not
license to lie. A big fish
is not a lie. It's simply a
stretching of the truth;. It's
how we depict the strange
and distant mysteries of
our lives so that others will
enjoy and remember us. At
the end of the story, you
want your audience to say,
"Tell us more." It's good
Last week, I told you
that the son, Will, resigned
himself to never truly
knowing his father, Ed-
ward. That's not, however,
how the movie ended. Will
came to see that his father
was the fish in the pond
that quadrupled in size. He
finally understood that his
father was not a reflection
of the stories he told, but
rather his stories were a
reflection of the man Ed-
ward was.
Here's what this means
for us. We need to put our-
selves in a place where we
can grow to our fullest po-
tential. Then we can tell the
stories of our adventures.
The last secret is this:
How does the biggest fish
,get to be so big? He never
gets caught.
The End.
Andrew Hollinger can
be reached for question
or comment through his
website: www.andrewhol-


Concerned about bike trail
To The Editor:
As a citizen of Washington County and a taxpayer, I
am concerned about the planning and design of a bike trail
on Falling Waters Road, which will run south of Chipley
for about three miles.
One major problem with the design is the crossing over
I-10. There is no real protection for the biker if he should
fall. The rail is only three feet high at one point. There is
at least a 30-foot drop.,
Falling Waters Road is quite narrow and there is only a
six-foot span from the bridge rail to the concrete roadway.
People continually drive faster than the 55 mph speed
limit, another danger.
The bike trail crosses State Park Road and turns right
on the south side of the road. After about a mile it then
crosses back to the north side and continues on to Hwy
77, where it takes a right turn.
It is unfathomable why the planners would design it
so that bikers will have to cross the roadway twice. This
exposes bikers to more accidents, increasing the liability
of the county and state.
After the four laning of Hwy. 77 there will only be
about 150 yards between the highway and the bike
crossing. Following the general rule of thumb, one car
length for every 10 mph, a car going 40 mph will need
approximately 200 yards to stop.
As you can see, if built as planned, the bike trail will
open the county to lawsuits if accidents occur, which
they will. It will only take one huge lawsuit to bankrupt
our county.
A signed petition, with 22 names, was sent to Governor
Crist's office regarding this matter.
Sue C. Jefferson

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Evolution is not a proven theory

Karen M. Ammons-
Calderon recently called
into question the patriotism
of Holmes County teachers
and challenged the commit-
ment of Christians to good
science. Regardless of her
prejudices, she should ap-
plaud teachers for standing
up for what they believe is
right and exercising free-
dom of speech guaranteed
by inalienable rights given
by our Creator.
She is mistaken that
teachers wanted evolution
removed and replaced with
creationism. The teachers
wanted numerous theories
of origins taught so that
students weigh scientific
fact against the theories.
That is good science.
Additionally, she forgot
the origins of public educa-
,tion. Most universities in
our nation were founded
by evangelical, protestant
Christians. All founding fa-
thers believed in creation-
ism even though all were
not Christians (some were
Deists). This fact is undeni-
able and irrefutable.
It has been over 157
years since Charles Darwin
authored The Origin of the
Species. Many Americans
have abandoned any other
view of the origin of life
except evolution.
However, prior to Dar-
win's book the scientific,
philosophic, and the theo-
logical communities were
in consensus, believing
that God created the heav-
ens and the earth.
If a forum had been
called of the greatest

minds of Darwin's time
they would have univer-
sally condemned Darwin's
"theory," not because of
religious ideology alone,
but because of
the absence of
scientific evi- LC
dence for evo-
lution. Vi(
The theory
of evolution
states that all the cosmos
came from matter. Over
billions of years, life began
and evolved from simple
organisms into complex
organism. There is no evi-
dence whatsoever that this
has occurred. No link, no
transitional species have
been found.
Darwin admitted this.
"Long before having ar-
rived at thi' part of my
w ork, a crowd of difficul-
ties will have occurred to
the reader. Some of them
are so grave that to this day
I can never reflect on them
without being staggered."
Darwin honestly admit-
ted the lack of evidence
for his theory in the fossil
record, "the most obvi-
ous and gravest objection
which can be urged against
my theory."
Scientists Eldredge and
Gould admitted the lack
of evidence. "The fossil
record suggests to some
of us that some of the spe-
cific ideas that Darwin and
many of his successors
right up to the present day,
had on how life evolves,
may be at least partially
Darwin admitted, "If it


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have been formed.by nu-
merous successive slight
my theory
cal would abso-
lutely break
%ws down."
The ab-
sence of evi-
dence led Professor George
Gaylord Simpson to con-
clude that nonevolutionary
transitions (in the fossil
record), means they do
not exist.
What about DNA? Life,
underneath an electron
microscope, compelled
Michael Behe, a micro-
biologist, to author his
fascinating book Darwin's,
Little BlackBo. B .;
Behe believes that Dar-
win's theory of evolution is'
only true in Darwin's para-
digm. At the smallest level
of life, like DNA produces
like DNA. A monkey's-
DNA can only replicate
the monkey. Fish DNA can
only replicate fish.
Behe concludes that it
is impossible for evolu-
tion to be correct even
at the minutest levels, of
life. This is what the Bible
teaches in Genesis 1 all
life reproduces after its
kind because of the design
by our Creator.
Our society is on the
verge of cataclysmic break-
down because of evolution.
The destruction of the fam-
ily, drug addiction, suicide,
euthanasia, homosexuality,
immorality, and the failure

of the public education
system can all, ,be traced",
to the theory of evolution
and abandonment of our
Christian heritage.
Prior to the 1950's the
dominant view in our edu-
cational system was cre-
ationism. However, evolu-
tion assailed classrooms.
Generations of Ameri-
cans believe they are the
product of chance, descen-
dants of monkeys. They are
told they are free to be and
do whatever they want.
Free sex, free thinking,
free living with no conse-
quences or responsibility..
But this comes at the high
cost of no purpose, no ac-
countability, no law, no
morality, only the survival
of fittest. Evolution does
not 6ffie hope. It is'evolu-
tiontthat has tried to trump
science and Christianity
much to our own stupidity.
Because of evolution this
nation no longer values
human life and liberty.
The pursuit of happi-
ness is a vague dream with
the exception of biblical
Christianity. The nation has
abandoned God for a new
god, evolution. But evolu-
tion is no god at all. It is a
theory with no evidence for
Only biblical Christi-
anity offers real hope and
answers that are rational,
and verifiable. I applaud
you teachers, press on!
The Rev. Ryan' N.
Helms is pastor of New
Zion Baptist Church.
He can be reached at


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CHS beats Holmes
County in semis
Managing Editor
After Friday's emotional
overtime win over Holmes
County, the Chipley Ti-
gers fell short in the Dis-
trict finals. Tournament
host Marianna shook off
Chipley halfway through
the second quarter and
won the district title 69-39
Sa Saturday night.
The Tigers fell behind
.evra l 17-7 after the first period
but went on an 8-1 run to
Submitted photo close to 18-15 with 5:40
Pierce signs scholarship left in the first half. The
state-ranked Bulldogs,
Logan Pierce, son of Bobby and Kay Walls Pierce, however, then went on a
recently signed a baseball scholarship to play at Shel- 15-1 run for the rest of the
ton State College in Tusacaloosa, Ala. He is a senior half to lead 33-16 going
infielder at Charles Henderson High School in Troy into the locker room, and
and will graduate in May. His father is head baseball were nriot threatened for the
coach at Troy University. His mother is a native of rest of the game.
Chipley. His grandparents are the late Jane and Lloyd Marianna's Brandon
Hart of Mariana, Janet Walls and the late Herbert Gibson led all scorers with
Walls of Cl iply. 24 points, including: five,
dunks and several feeds to
Ten Star Basketball Camp teammates for layups. C.J.
Applications are now being evaluated for the Ten Star Blount scored 12.
All-Star Summer Basketball Camp which will be held in Tre Jackson had 13 to
several locations, lead Chipley while Karsten
This basketball camp is by invitation only. Boys and Whitson had 11 points.
girls, ages 10-19, are eligible to apply. Players from 50 Both teams advance against
states and 10 foreign countries attended the 2007 camp. opponents TBA.
College basketball scholarships are possible for players Friday in Marianna
selected to the All-American Team. Friday in Marianna
Camps are located in Babson Park, Fla., Prescott Ariz., Chipley 62, Holmes
Thousand Oaks, Calif., Gainesville, Ga., Champaign, 11., County 60 (OT): Chipley
Glassboro, N.J., Lebanon, Tenn., Commerce, Texas, and squeezed out a win to elim-
Blacksburg, Va. inate Holmes County from
There also is a summer camp for boys and girls, ages the playoffs. Leon Broxton
6-18, of all skill levels, led Chipley with 30 points
For a free brochure, call 704-373-0873 anytime. The and Tre Jackson had 21.
email address is www.tenstarcamp.com. Jackson went 13-14 from
the free-throw line and was
Sregistration-4 from the charity stripe,
Dixie Youth softballregistration in overtime.
Softball applications aregavailable, at Game.Day Sports B rock Dockery led
in Bonifay, until Feb.3,for4ges-six to 15 Nears. tthe Blue Devils,.with 34
Cost is $45 per child, $40;for a second child and $35 for points and got the Blue
third child in the same family. New players must have a Devils into overtime with
copy of birth certificate. a last-second shot, and
Anyone interested in coaching can also fill out an ap- Jeremy McGowan scored
plication at Game Day Sports For information contact 17. Dockery also won the
Kristen Nelson at 850-373-3095. district three-point shoot-
ing contest.
Dixie Youth baseball sign-ups Friday in Bethlehem
Holmes. County Dixie Youth baseball and T-ball reg- Malone 74, Poplar
istration Saturday, Feb.16 at Game Day Sports from 10 Springs 26: Malone ad-
a.m. 2 p.m. This is the registration deadline. vanced to the district finals
Late registrations may incur a late fee. Be sure to have Saturday nightby defeating
a copy of the child's birth certificate. Poplar Springs. Marceil
T-Ball players, including three-to-four-year olds, Clemens led Malone with
who completed the entire season last year, are eligible 16 points, William Smith
to participate. had 13 and Justin Bryan
Applications for coaches and board members are still scored 11. Derrick Addi-
being accepted. For more information, call 547-0590. son led the- Atomics with
10 points and John Wayne
Wausau signups Forehand scored nine.
The town of Wausatu is holding sign-ups for T-ball, *Graceville 6.1, Bethle-
baseball and softball for the 2008 baseball season now hem 31: Graceville elim-.
through Marchi7 at the Wausau Town Hall. inated host Bethlehem.
Fees are $25 for the first child and $10 for the second Cameron Dozier scored
child and.$5 for each additional child in the same family. 12 and Arlester Balcom
Be sure to take a copy of the child's birth certificate. scored 11 for Graceville..
For more information; call Margaret and the town hall, Josh Herndon led Bethle-
638-1781 or Robert Pettis recreation director at 4 p.m. at ., l., I t i
260-5755. Anyone interested in coaching or umpiring L
should also contact Pettis.... .-

United Wrestling Alliance holds benefit |
The United Wrestling Alliance will be holding a show
to benefit the Vernon Sports Complex on Saturday Feb.
23 in the old Vernon High School gym.
All proceeds benefit the Vernon Sports Complex.
Admission is $7. Those eight years and under are free.
Doors open at 6 p.m. Bell time 7 p.m.

New times for Vernon signups
Vernon baseball and softball signups have been
changed to the Vernon Sportsplex on Thursday, Feb. 14,
and Friday, Feb. 15, from 3 to 5 p.m. each day.
Registration is $35 and a copy of the child's birth
certificate is required.
For more information, contact the Vernon Recreation
Director at 850-260-2694 or 850-388-1153.

Lady Lightning
Lady Lightning fast-pitch travel softball team will be
holding try-outs in the following age groups; 10, 12, 14
and 16 years.
For more information call 850-276-0864; 850-814-
9205; 850-625-0997.

fall in District finals

Jay Felsberg/Sports
Chipley's Karsten Whitson goes up between three
Marianna players for a shot Saturday night.

hem with 10 points.
Friday night
in Blountstown
*The Cottondale Hor-

nets jumped out to a 25-14
halftime lead and held on in
the second half for a 53-41
win over the Altha Wildcats
Friday night in the District

2-2A tournament.
Johnson teams
reunion Feb. 16
Chipola College is host-
ing a reunion of Coach Mil-
ton Johnson's Chipola and
Campbellton High School
basketball teams, Feb. 16,
at the college.
All of Johnson's former
players, assistant coaches,
managers, and their guests
are invited to a luncheon
with Coach Johnson on
Saturday, Feb. 16, at from
12-2 p.m. in the old college
gym, now known as the
Arts Center.
The luncheon will fea-
ture a program highlighting
Johnson's legendary career,
followed by a time to visit
with old friends.
Former team members
expected to attend include
,two father and son sets
who played for Johnson:
Cody and Zack Taylor
from Bonifay and Sydney
and Greg Granger from
ABA star Red Robbins
is expected to return along
with many of his 1965
The Hines brothers,
Kevin, Keith and Sammy,
who played for Johnson in
the early 1990's are also
expected to attend.,
For more information,
call 850-510-2187 or email


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through its Board of County Commissioners, desires to sell those lots
in Sunny Hills, Florida, which are listed in Exhibit A, which can be
viewed on our website at www.washingtonfl.com

Although the County considers each and every lot listed on
Exhibit A to be Worth a minimum of $10,000.00, the County will
consider any and all bids submitted. All lots receiving a bid equal to
or exceeding the sum of $10,000.00, willbe awarded to the highest
bidder for each lot. The awarding of any bids under $10,000.00 for
a particular lot or lots will be considered by the County, but may or
may not be awarded to the highest bidder, at the discretion of the

1. All bidders must submit their bids in a sealed envelope
with the words, "real property bids", on the outside of the envelope.
All bids- must 'be received NO LATER THAN 1:00 P.M., ON

2. All successful high bidders, for one or more lots, shall be
required to deposit a non-refundable binder equal to 10% of the bid
price within 10 days of receiving notification that they are the high

4. The closing shall be held on or before the 31st day of
March, 2008, at the office of attorney Gerald Holley, 1282 B Church
Avenue, Chipley, Florida, 32428, at a date and time mutually
acceptable to Seller and Buyer.

5. At closing, the County will convey title to Buyer or Buyers
by County Deed. The Buyer will be responsible for paying the State
of Florida documentary stamps on the County Deed, as the County is
an exempt party. The Buyer shall be responsible for obtaining their
own title examination, or title insurance, if desired. The County
acquired most, if not all, of the lots by tax deed.

DATED this 24th day of January, 2008.



6A, Washington County News, Wednesday, February 13, 2008



Donna Dykes/WCN
Store Manager Tamphus Messer cuts the ribbon officially opening the Chipley Dollar Tree where "everything
is a dollar or less." Washington County Chamber of Commerce conducted the Friday morning ceremony.

Dollar Tree opens in Chipley

10-pointer taken
Darryl Wasson and Mike Q l|
"Shaggy" Riley brought
this big 10-pointer to the
Washington County News N
office in Chipley. It was
taken Friday, Feb. 2 "in
the woods" in Washington County.

Staff Writer
Dollar Tree, which held
open house Feb 8 proudly
proclaims "everything is a
dollar or less." The store
in the strip of new busi-
nesses opening at 1611
Main Street in Chipley, is
proud to make that claim.
The variety retail store has
many of the things people
look for in bigger stores,
plus new and unexpected
Washington County
Chamber of Commerce
conducted a ribbon-cut-
ting ceremony Friday at 9
morning to welcome the
new store to the area.
Executive Director
Ted Everett gave store
manager Tamphus Messer
the Chamber's traditional
framed dollar of pure profit
and received a gift packet
from Messer in return.
The gift may not have
been packed in one of the
plastic "bags" Dollar Tree
has to hold baskets of gifts
or goodies, but it could
have been. You get a couple
of the special bags with
drawstrings at the top for
just $1.

Donna Dykes/WCN
Everyone loves to shop. Kids can get a special thrill
by paying for their purchases with a Dollar Tree shop-
ping card.

After the doors opened,
a clown waited on the side-
walk to give youngsters
a colorful balloon. There
also were cold drinks for
visitors dispensed from a
Coca-Cola cart.
There were Mylar bal-
loons for Valentines Day.

In fact, a youngster could
get a card, candy, artificial
flower and balloon for his
girl for under $5.
There are brand name
snacks, sandwich and stor-
age bags, treats and play-
things for dogs, flavored
lip balms, nail buffer kits

and almost anything else
you want.
Need a pair of reading
glasses? Dollar Tree has a
large selection including a
pair that folds into a palm-
size packet. At this price, a
person can afford several
Colorful little plastic
Peeps (chicks) that light up
when placed in water may
find a place in a hostess's
heart. Placed in a big bowl
of water among, large cut
flowers they could help
make a party special.
You might not expect
to find a nice birthday gift
for a picky kid at a dollar
It may cost you a little
more but you can get a
shopping card at Dollar
Tree and let the giftee pick,
out his/her own gifts.
Visit Dollar Tree on
your next trip to town. It's
in suite six which can be
reached from Highway 77
or from the Wal-Mart park-
ing lot.
There are 19 employees
at the Chipley Dollar Tree.
Tony Taylor is district man-
ager. The phone number is

Chris Linder and the eight-point buck he shot on
Wednesday, Jan. 30.

Construction set to begin on new Chipley wastewater plant

The City of Chipley
is set to begin what will
be the last major step in
the complete overhaul of
its wastewater collection,
treatment and reuse sys-
tem, according to a news
release. Funding is in place
and construction is set to
begin on the City's new
1.2 million-gallon-per-day
(MGD) advanced waste-
water treatment facility.
Once complete, the fa-
cility upgrades will pro-
vide improved treatment
and capacity for increased
residential and business
growth for years to come.
"Chipley's new waste-
water system is a long step
toward a better future for
our city," said Jim Morris,
City Administrator. "This
is a better solution for our
economy, our environ-
ment and for our quality
of life."
Beginning during the
administration of Chipley's
late Mayor Tommy Mac-

Donald, Baskerville-Don-
ovan Inc. (BDI), head-
quartered in Pensacola,
assisted the City in obtain-
ing approximately $25
million in appropriations,
grants and loans to make
the project possible. Com-
pany engineers and staff
worked with state agencies
like the departments of
Community Affairs (DCA)
and Environmental Protec-
tion (DEP), the Northwest
Florida Water Management
District and local lawmak-
ers to put the necessary
funding in place.
In addition, BDI de-
signed the collection sys-
tem improvements, incor-
porating a new, cost-ef-
fective "pipe-bursting"
technique that replaces
old clay pipes with new
ones made of PVC. This
method of replacement is
less disruptive to citizens
and businesses because old
pipes are left in place and
the new ones are inserted


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tration and inflow to the
old pipes led to overflows
and permit violations at the
existing wastewater treat-
ment plant.
"The pipe-bursting tech-
nology is an innovative way
to save time and money, and
to minimize the headaches
to local residents," said
BDI's Mark Schaefer, P.E.,
project manager. "And it's
just one way we have tried
to deliver the highest value
possible to Chipley."
The new plant, also de-
signed by BDI, will use
sequential batch reactors
followed by filtration and
high level disinfection to
treat the wastewater to the
highest levels required for
safe reuse. Unlike the exist-
ing facility, the new plant
will not discharge treated
effluent into Holmes creek
or its tributaries. Instead,
the water will be reused for
" irrigation at agricultural ar-
eas along with City parks,

golf courses, businesses
and residences resulting ini
benefits to the environment
and conservation of a valu-
able resource.
CEO Fred Donovan, Sr.
of Baskerville-Donovan,
said that the project's suc-
cess so far has been based
on the strength of the part-
nership between the state
and local governments
working alongside its pri-
vate-sector consultants.
"The City's leadership
deserves great credit for
recognizing the need for
better infrastructure that
will help the area grow and
succeed," he said. "Our
role has been to design a
high-quality system that.
fits the City's needs and
then work with state offi-
cials to help find the money
to build it."
The Haskell Company
has. been selected to con-
struct the facility, with BDI
providing construction ob-

nd customers
l on their next

RANLMLE p .1-Bic-Cdl s

Justin Chambers and best friend Blake Obert were
hunting on separate hunting leases in Washington
County, on Feb. 2, when both shot at approximately
the same time, killing trophy bucks. Justin's is a 10-
point and Blake's is a 6-point.



You may qualify for an additional
homestead exemption for the portion of
your tax bill associated with the Board
of County Commissioners.
Property owner must be 65 or older.
Total adjusted household income
must be $24,916 or less. Income
statement must be filed annually.
Must apply before March 1.
Must qualify for or currently be
receiving Homestead Exemption.

For additional information contact
your Property Appraiser's office.
Gil Carter, CFA
Washington County
Property Appraiser


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Wednesday, February 13, 2008 Washington County News, 7A

Next up in the top 10 stories of the year

Story No. seven in the
top 10 for 2007 is on my late
Brother, Clyde.
Earl Hutto, who had pre-
viously served in the Florida
House of Representatives,
was congressman for this
district at the time of Clyde's
death. They and their fami-
lies were good friends.
Hutto had been sports
announcer for WJHG-TV in
Panama City. His wife, the
former Nancy Myers, taught
our son Emory at Cove El-
ementary School prior to our
moving to Chipley. Nancy
Lived in Chipley during her
early years. Her father was
Aubrey Myers. They lived in
the home now known as the
Cake Connection, according
to Juanita Squires Myers.
During my time as proba-
tion and parole officer in Bay
County, Hutto and I became
friends. Business and pro-
fessional people in the com-
munity were invited to share
time and talents counseling
and assisting those under
Supervision, Hutto was one
of those volunteers.
One year after Clyde's
'death Hutto had a, proc-
lamation entered into the
Congressional Record on
,Feb. 28, 1991:
"Tomorrow in my con-
gressional district the new
SChoctawhatchee high-rise
,bridge will be opened and
dedicated to the memory of
Judge Clyde B. Wells of De
Funiak Springs, Florida. The
Florida Legislature rightly
has named the bridge in his
honor. He was a good friend
Sof mine and thousands of
"Judge Clyde B. Wells
was born and raised on a
'farm in northwest Florida.
He graduated from Chipola
Junior College with an A.
A. Degree, Florida State
University with a B. S. de-
gree in government, and
the University of Florida
College of Law with a juris
doctorate degree. Clyde B.
.Wells was a United States
Army veteran who served
in the Korean campaign aind
was decorated. He had the
,Presidential Unit'Citation,
;Good Conduct Medal, and
4 *the Commendation Medal
"Judge Wells was admit-
ted to practice in all Florida
courts and the U. S. Supreme
Court. He served as assistant
State Attorney and repre-
sented various county and
city governing bodies.
"He was serving his 17th
year as circuit court judge
for the first judicial circuit,
comprised of Escambia,
Okaloosa, Santa Rosa and
Walton Counties, when he
was accidentally killed.
"For this position, he ran
;.and won a contested race
Sand was never again chal-
lenged for the judgeship.
Judge Wells was an avid

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outdoorsman and strongly
believed in conservation
of our natural resources.
He pursued the hunting of
birds and quail in the fall
and winter months. He was
a rosarian from February
through November, holding
membership in the Mobile'
Rose Society. He took an
active part in city and county
civic projects. He held active
membership in the chamber
of commerce and Lions
International. He took a
special interest in the athletic
.program at Walton Senior
High.School, hosting social
events for the football team.
His support and encourage-
ment led numerous youths,
who might never have done
so, to go on to institutions of
higher learning. As an avid
Gator fan, he spotted poten-
tial talent for University of
Florida recruits.
"Judge Wells had a deep
devotion to family, even his
extensive extended family,
friends and acquaintances,
giving unreservedly of is
time; energy and legal ex-
pertise to all who sought
it. At the same time, he ex-
pected that his help would be
returned, not in gratitude to,
himself, but in responsible
'Clyde Wells enjoyed
people, often hosting a party
of the bar, the local football.
team or the Florida Gator
Boosters at his home.
"Judge Wells' strong
belief of law and order
has brought him respect
throughout the State, and his
keen sense of humor made
him a popular after-dinner
Clyde B. Wells is sur-
vivdd by his wife, Esteena
Kry Wells,,one son, Kelvin
Clyde Wells who is presently
employed with the State's at-
torney in Shalimar, Florida,
and a daughter, Kelly Eliza-
beth Wells, who is a senior
at the University of Alabama
inTuscaloosa,Alabama. The

Submitted photo
Earl Hutto stands next to 1979 Oldsmobile Cutlass
Supreme which was recently sent to the R. E. Olds
Transportation Museum in Michigan. Note U..S. Con-
gress license plate. (Picture courtesy The Pensacola
News Journal)

Wells family resides in De
Funiak Springs, Florida."
"LeDonAnchors summed
it up best when he said,
"Judge Wells' infectious
sense of humor made the
legal system run better for
he always reminded us that
none of us were quite as im-
portant as we thought.
It is fitting that the Clyde
B. Wells Bridge across Choc-
tawhatchee Bay stands as a
tribute to one who do much
for his family, his commu-
nity and his nation."
During law school, Clyde
had become acquainted with
fellow student Michael Bili-
rakis of Tarpon Springs, who
later became a congressman,
Steve Boyles of Crescent,
was later elected state at-
torney, and Palmer Collins
of Melbourne, who was in-
volved in the citrus industry.
(Bilirakis' son, Mike, holds
the congressional seat just as
Clyde's son, Kelvin Clyde
Wells, is in the circuit judge
position held by his dad.)
Palmer Collins had taken
time out from a successful
business to become a law-
yer, and was interested in
developing orange groves in
extreme northwest Florida.
Once he and Clyde flew to
Bonifay in Palmer's private
plane to view a property.
They planned to land
the plane on our dad's farm
but finding the plot recently
plowed they decided to set
down on an air strip just west
of Bonifay. Clyde placed a
note in a bottle and dropped
it from the plane to our dad,
who was wondering why
this low flying aircraft was
circling his farm. The note
told him to come to Bonifay
and drive the two on a tour
of the proposed grove land.
The citrus growing venture
never did materialize in
Washington County.
As a judge Clyde fre-




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Dr. Samuel Miller
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Thank you for all your visits and
prayers during Bo's hospitaliza-
tion. Please continue to prayer for
his speedy recovery.
Cindy Birge

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2008 -10:00 AM

quently visited grammar
schools and read to the stu-
dents. One of his most popu-
lar readings was a book was
from his own collection, Ep-
aminondas. He dramatized
his presentation by reading
the book as it was written,
in the original dialect. Dur-
ing one appearance he took
Student:.How much mon-
ey do you make?
Clyde: How much do you
think I make?
Student: I think you make
about a $100 a day.
Clyde: You're just about
right, and now I want to
know why you wanted to
know that.
Student: My daddy want-
ed to know; he talks about it
all the time.
These are just a few high-
lights in the life of our broth-
'er who experienced some
rather serious setbacks in
his early years. In his short
life span he accomplished
his life's goal of becoming a
judge and amassing friends
and a loving family, all of
whom he treasured highly.
Look for Number six in
the series of 2007,, top 10
stories when I see you all
next week.

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in Education

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The Sunshine One-Call of Florida advises that many damages to
buried utility lines can be avoided when everyone participates in a
fourstep process that begins with a "call before you dig." Follow these
four steps designed to help you avoid hitting buried utility lines dur-
ing any project that involves digging.
Stepl: Call before you dig.
Florida law says homeowners must call (800) 432-4770 two full busi-
ness days before digging in any easement, right-of-way or permitted
use area. Contractors are required to call in every job that involves
digging or disturbing the earth's surface. After you call, a locate ticket
will be generated and buried utility lines will be located and marked
with color-coded paint, flags or stakes, making it easy for you to avoid
them. Hitting a buried utility could result in anything from no cable
tv service to serious injury or loss of life when electrical or gas lines
are involved. Visit www.callsunshine.com for more information.
Step 2: Wait the required time.
After you call, utility companies have two full business days to locate
and mark the approximate location of buried utility lines. Refrain
from digging until all utilities on your locate ticket have responded
or the allowed time has expired. You can easily find out when the
color-coded locate marks have been placed, whether the site is clear
of a particular utility or if the locate has been delayed by calling (800)
852-8057 and entering your locate ticket number. This can also be
done at www.callsunshine.com.
Step 3: Protect the locate marks.
Keep the locate marks visible until the project is complete. When
marks are destroyed or removed, the excavator must stop any dig-
ging and place another call for locate, marks. Locate marks: are valid
for 20 days. Removal of valid locate marks is a misdemeanor.
Step 4: Dig safely.
Use extreme caution when digging within .24 inches on either side
of the marks to avoid hitting the buried utility lines. If you are us-
ing machinery to dig, someone other than the person operating the
machine must supervise the activity, watching carefully to avoid,
damaging the buried utility.
Failure to call Sunshine State One-Call of Florida before digging is
punishable by a minimum fine of $250 and the job site being shut

If damage occurs, please notify.
Emergency Contacts: Tod Barfield, Public Works
Fire Department
Sheriffs Department

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Arrest report from the
Washington County Sher-
iff's Department for the
week of February 4 11.
*Tiffany Bennett: w/f,
12/7/78; Panama City; viola-
tion of probation on posses-
sion of marijuana, posses-
sion of meth; arrested 2/6.
*Thomas Brown IV: b/m,
8/14/86; Chipley; aggra-
vated assault; arrested 2/10.
*William Keith Carter:
w/m, 5/29/70; Wausau; child
support, possession of mari-
juana, driving while license
suspended or revoked, pos-
session of meth, possession
of paraphernalia, resist arrest
without violence, flee and
elude; arrested 2/9.
*Justin Conry: w/m,
2/11/83; Humble, Texas;
possession of marijuana;
arrested 2/6.
'Cheryl Easler: w/f,
3/27/69; Bonifay; shoplift-
ing; arrested 2/10.
*Anna Fannella: w/f,
3/4/67; Ft. Walton Beach;

violation of probation on
possession; arrested 2/4.
*Johnathan Fisher: b/m,
8/28/80; Tallahassee; child
support; arrested 2/7.
*Adam French: w/m,
8/7/82; Graceville; violation
of probation on possession
of cocaine, sale of cocaine;
arrested 2/5.
*Juan Hernandez: h/m,
5/6/80; Chipley; no valid
drivers license, Holmes
County warrant for no valid
drivers license; arrested
*David Hibbard II: w/m,
11/19/85; Bonifay; violation
of probation on larceny for
Holmes County; arrested
*Michael Hilburn: w/m,
8/2/63; Chipley; child sup-
port; arrested 2/7.
*Ryan Kirby: b/m,
9/11/77; Tallahassee; Clay
County warrant for driving
while license suspended or
revoked; arrested 2/7.
-Will Malone-Reichley:
w/m, 1/7/84; Graceville;

possession of marijuana;
arrested 2/6.
*Dominique Martin: b/m,
4/21/89; Chipley; possession
of marijuana; arrested 2/4.
*Nakeshia Merriel: b/f,
12/31/81; Chipley; child
support; arrested 2/7.
*Joseph Nelson: w/m,
8/2/73; DeFuniak Springs;
worthless check; arrested
*Michael Pappas: w/m,
3/4/86; Bonifay; Okaloosa
County warrant for battery;
arrested 2/6.
*Shawn Patton: b/m,
1/9/78; Vernon; child sup-
port; arrested 2/7.
*Sean Reprogle: w/m,
3/6/72; Ft. Walton Beach;
child support; arrested 2/7.
*George Smith, Jr.: w/m,
1/20/76; Youngstown; Bay
County warrant for battery;
arrested 2./5.
-Kathy Wilkerson: w/f,
12/2/79; Chipley; driving
while license suspended or
revoked; arrested 2/6.

*Sheriff: Robert "Bob-
by" Haddock (Democrat),
Virginia Ruschmeier (Dem-
ocrat), Michael Walker
(Republican), Rick War-
den (No Party Affiliation),
Chris Welch (Democrat),
Greg Hutching (Republi-
can), C.E. "Gene" Halley
*Supervisor of Elec-
tions: Carol Finch Griffin
*Superintendent of
Schools: Calvin Stevenson
*Clerk of the Circuit
Court: Linda Hayes Cook
*Property Appraiser: Gil
Carter (Democrat)
'Tax Collector: Helen
Guettler McEntyre (Demo-
-County Commissioner:
Donnie Ray Strickland
(Democrat), Hilton Kelly

*County Commissioner:
Charles Brock (Demo-
*County Commissioner:
James E. Guy (Repub-
lican), Ronnie B. Finch
(Democrat), John A. Har-
mon (Democrat), Bill
Howell (Republican)
*School Board, District
2, Wayne C. Saunders;
District 3, John Hawkins,
Jr. All school board races
are non partisan'.

Vernon Municipal
Mayor: Al Mani, James
City Council: Narvel
Armstrong, John P. Cook,
Jr., Gwen March, Perry
Holley, Wayne Adams,
Osacr Ward and Peggy

Election is 7 a.m. to 7
p.m. Tuesday, March 11
at Vernon City Hall.

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Things to do in Washington, Holmes and Surrounding Counties
Just a few of the upcoming events
in your community:
Table Games Fundraiser
Monday, Feb. 18, 6-9m
Register now. Graceville Garden Club sponsors games
includes bridge, Mexican dominoes, hand and foot, and
Bunco. Door prizes and refreshments.
Graceville Civic Center, Graceville
Bonifay Hospital Ribbon Cutting
Thursday, Feb. 14, 10am
New Doctors Memorial Hospital. If handicapped, arrive
by 9 a.m. for help. Tour hospital after ceremony. Lots'
of new equipment in 25-bed critical care facility.
New Doctors Memorial Hospital, Bonifay
Valentine Steak Dinner
Thursday, Feb. 14, 5pm
Noma Assembly of God Church holds steak dinner. Live
music with Sandyland Bluegrass Gospel performing.
Everyone welcome.
Noma Assembly of God Church, Noma
Step Up Florida Bike Ride
Saturday, Mar. 1, 7:20pm
Sign up at Holmes County Rec bldg. Ride to Washing-
ton/Holmes county line and back, 14 miles. Can turn
around at any point. Call to register. Must be 15 or
older, & wear helmet.
Holmes County Rec Center, Bonifay
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St. Jude Children's
Hospital benefit
Willow Bend South in Cot-
tondale will host the St. Jude
Children's Research Hospital
Dressage and Jumping Show
benefit on Saturday Feb. 23.
Sport horse in-hand classes
will kick off the morning. Dres-
sage tests and jumping events
including crossrails and stadi-
um jumping are scheduled. Fun
events include costume class,
musical chairs, egg and spoon
and a water race.
Jan Gille of Rhinebeck, New
York is a noted high-level judge
and British Horse Society in-
structor. She will judge the com-
Proceeds go to St. Jude Chil-
dren's Research Hospital to help
the fight against childhood can-
cer and other catastrophic dis-
ease. For more information on
St. Jude Children's Hospital go
to www.stjude.org.
Volunteer coordinator, Mary
Jane Benson says many riding
slots are still available. Vendors
and concessions are also needed
for this event. Anyone interested
in participating or making a con-
tribution, contact Benson at 850-

Normandy tour
coming up
, The Fraternal Military Asso-
ciation of the USA will tour the
Normandy Invasion Beaches,
London, Bastogne, Brussels,
Amsterdam, Paris and more to
commemorate the 64th anni-
versary of D-Day June 6, 1944.
They will depart from New York
June 17.
Current, past military person-
nel, dependents, friends, plus
the general public are invited
to participate in this memorable
journey. For information, call Sy
Canton at 561-865-8495 or write
him at 1413-C, Nesting Way,
Delray Beach, FL 33484.

Bluegrass Pilgrims
perform in Greenhead
New Vision United Methodist
Church on Hwy. 77 in Greenhead
will host a Bluegrass and South-
ern gospel music sing featuring
the Bluegrass Pilgrims Friday,
Feb. 15, starting at 6 p.m.
There will be open mic sign-
ups. Take acoustic instruments
andjoin in. Music held the third
Friday of every month. For more
information call Bruce Cobb at
850-773-3091 or 850-896-1290.


A tree grows in Wausau

Submitted photo
Washington County Horticultural Agent Colin Adcock levels the fill dirt at the tree planting.

Memorial tree
planted Saturday

Staff Writer
The late John Barr Glenn
and wife, Margaret, founders
of Wausau, would have been
proud of having a tree planted
in their honor by the newly
formed Wausau Garden Club.
They moved to Wausau, Flor-
ida, from Wausau, Wisconsin,
in 1889'.
The Rev. Roger Dale Ha-
gen, whose wife, Penny, is a
member of the club, addressed,
the gathering of well wishers
at a ceremony during the tree
planting which was supposed
to be part of Florida Arbor Day
which falls in late January.
John, a civil engineer, was
of Scottish descent. He lived
in Wisconsin after moving
to the states from Scotland.
When he moved to Florida, He
borrowed the name Wausau
for his new homeplace. He
is credited with being instru-
mental in getting the railroad

Submitted photo
Wausau Garden Club mem-
ber Roxanne Bush holds the
memorial sign.

through \Vausau. He also \as
postmaster in his neo\. home-
to\\ n for a spell._
The memorial tree planted
Saturday afternoon is a 10-foot
tall red crepe myrtle. It's fast-
growing and should eventually

reach a height of 20 feet with
magnificent blossoms.
The head of the town's self-
guided fitness trail is home
for the new tree acquired by
fellow-member John Foster.
A hole had been dug for the
occasion and after Foster lev-
eled the tree and began adding
the fill dirt, many of the ladies
took a turn with 'the shovel
or in tamping the dirt down
around the root ball.
Sylvia Holley, District II
Director of the Florida Fed-
eration of Garden Clubs, Inc.,
came from Panama City to
help with the event. Also lend-
ing a hand was Colin Adcock,
Washington County Horticul-
tural Agent. Water from the
town's fire truck helped finish
the job.
Members present were Jean
Owens, Roxanne Bush, Inga
Ross, Joan Stallings, Maidy
Carter, Penny Hagan, Jay
Glasgow,, Emily Smith, Laura
F. Tiller, Geraline Tharp, June
Johns and Connie Fisher.
Roxanne Bush, who with
Inga Ross presented the idea

of a garden club to the town's,
council July 12, 2007, brought
the wooden memorial sign to
be placed at the h'ad of the
fitness trail. After several of-
ficials and guests had a chance
to address the group, refresh-
ments were served at Wausau
Town Hall.
The Outback Fitness Trail
consists of a thick concrete
walkway beginning with a
balance beam made of wood.
It begins and ends about the
same place. Participants are
supposed to follow the instruc-
tions at each stop along the
walk which make up the self-
guided fitness program. There
are places for chin-ups, sit-ups
and other exercises.
A wooden fence uncovered
when the plot for the trail was
cleared, follows the trail up
the back side. It is covered
with an interesting array of
mosses and lichens. There is
a bench under a pecan tree at
that point for those needing a
rest. From there, you can see
the children's playground and
the Possum Palace.

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Grower certification training Feb. 19
Training sessions for the Florida Farmers' Market Nutrition Pro-
gram (FMNP) will be held on Feb. 19 at 6 p.m. at the Ag Center in
Chipley; Feb. 19 at 1 p.m. at Panama City Fairgrounds: Feb. 12 at 6
p.m. at the Jackson County Extension Office in Marianna, and Feb.
20 at 9 a,m, at the Walton County Extension Office in DeFuniak.
If you are new to the program and want to accept FMNP checks
for your produce you are required to attend one of the previous ses-
Previous Grower participants must renew their certification by
attending or they may choose the self-training option by calling 1-
800-357-4273 to have training materials nailed to them.
For more information about FMNP Training, dates, times, and/or
locations contact Washington County Extension Office at 638-6180
or Florida Department of Agriculture, Bureau of State Farmers Mar-
kets at 850-487-4322.

Aircraft Association Fly-In
Emerald Coast EAA Chapter 1464 Tri-County Aviation, LLC
Southeast Alabama EAA Chapter 351 will host the Fifth Annual Ex-
perimental Aircraft Association Fly In on March 8 from 7 a.m. 4
p.m. at the Tri-County Airport on Highway 162 in Holmes County.
Concessions will be available.
Don't forget to take your camera. Call 547-6519 for more infor-


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Youth Fair and Old Fashion

Day Feb. 23 in Chipley

'Strata' at Chiploa college
Classical music ensemble "Strata" will perform Tues-
day, Feb. 19, at 7 p.m., as part of the Chipola College
Artist Series.
There are a limited number of tickets, $12 for adults
and $8 for ages 18 and under, on sale in the Chipola
Business Office.
"Strata" is three musicians, three instruments, and
one unique sound performing exhilarating Classical and
Modem repertoire in trio and duo combinations for vio-
lin/viola, clarinet, and piano.
The musicians of Strata-Nathan Williams, clarinet;
James Stem, violin/viola; and Audrey Andrist, piano-
all hold the Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the Juil-
liard School.
The group has been performing together since 1988.
The final offering of the Chipola Artist series Proteus
7, Brass Ensemble on March 25.
The Artist Series is funded through Chipola's Per-
forming Arts Fund, with grants from the National En-
dowment for the Arts, the Southern Arts Federation, the
Florida Division of Cultural Affairs, the Chipola Re-
gional Arts Association and corporate donors.
For information call the Chipola business office at

Old Fashion Day will
be held Feb. 23 at Wash-
ington County Agricul-
tural Center in Chipley. It
will be held in conjunc-
tion with the county Youth
Youth Fair activities
will commence Thursday
evening with the set-up of
exhibits and animal activi-
ties. It will be open for the
public Friday with rabbit
and dairy shows to be held
Friday evening.
A spaghetti supper
sponsored by Washington
County Farm Bureau will
be served from 4:30 to
6:30 p.m. on Feb. 22. Tick-
ets are $6 for adults and $3
children. Proceeds will go
to "Ag in the Classroom"
and other youth activities.
Old Fashion Day will
open Saturday morning
with hot biscuits baked on
a wood stove, and other
exciting country-style ac-
tivities. The day's events
will include country con-
tests and entertainment,
as well as exhibits, booths
and an opportunity to ob-
serve livestock shows.
Saturday's feature at-

tractions, will be an an-
tique tractor display. Also
log sawing, cream separat-
ing, quilting, blacksmith-
ing and others will be
featured. Some exciting
entertainment has been
scheduled in the Ag Cen-
ter Auditorium as follows:
8:45 John and Peter
9:45 -- Kountry Folks
10:30 Pee Wee Johns
& the Boys.
It will be worth your
while to come for just the
entertainment," said Farm
Bureau President Bruce
Christmas. "The day's ac-
tivities will also include
other fun and old-time
country times."
Those attending can
expect to have a good old-
fashioned time.
Anyone interested in
securing booths to display
and market their crafts and
other materials, as well as
purchase tickets for the
spaghetti supper should
contact the Washington
County Farm Bureau,
Highway 90, Chipley, or
call 850-639-1756.

Black History Month at Chipola
The Chipola College Black Student Union will host
a Black History Month program, Friday, Feb. 22, from
6 to 8 p.m., in the Chipola Arts Center. BSU members
invite the public to enjoy the festivities and learn more
about Black History.
For information, call 850-718-2319.

Law enforcement course
Law enforcement officers from as far west as Colo-
rado and as far north as New York were on the campus
of Chipola College last week hoping to become certified
officers in the state of Florida.
Chipola's Public Service program offers one of only a
few Out-of-State Equivalency programs in Florida. The
40-hour refresher course gives officers from other states,
the opportunity to take the same,exam that officers must
pass to work in Florida. Chipola's next Out-of-State
Equivalency class will be offered March 17-21. For in-
formation contact, Steve Anderson at 850-718-2479, or
email: andersons @ chipola.edu.

Hall-Wo9d engagement
Misty Hall and Ronald Wood will exchange wedding
vows 4 p.m. Feb. 23 at Caryville Evangelistic Center. A
reception will be held at Caryville Civic Center follow-
ing the wedding.
No invitations will be sent. All family and friends are
invited to attend.
The bride-elect is the daughter of Verla Mae Hall of
Caryville, and the late Ova Calvert of Vinemont, Ala.
The prospective groom is the son of Belinda and Rob-
ert Grantham of Chipley.

Kelsi Gayle Jenkins
Randy and Raeann Jenkins of Chipley announce the
birth of their daughter, Kelsi Gayle, on Jan 14 at Flowers
Hospital in Dothan, Ala. Kelsi weighed seven pounds,
14 ounces and was 20 inches long.

Submitted photo
Buddy Bannerman (left) with Bannerman Surveying
presents five surveying calculators to Chipola College
Surveying and Mapping instructor Sam Bruner (right)
and Bud Riviere, Chipola Dean of Workforce Develop-
ment. The calculators were donated by the Northwest
Florida (Tallahassee) Chapter of the Florida Surveying
and Mapping Society.

Surveying society helps Chipola
Buddy Bannerman of Bannerman Surveying recently
presented five surveying calculators to the Chipola Col-
lege Surveying and Mapping program.
The calculators were donated by the Northwest Flor-
ida (Tallahassee) Chapter of the Florida Surveying and
Mapping Society, an organization representing profes-
sional land surveyors in Florida.
"This donation will enable our students to train on
state-of-the-art equipment while enhancing their com-
petencies-in this profession," said Bud Riviere, Dean of
Workforce Development programs.
For more information on Chipola's new Surveying
and Mapping program, call instructor Sam Bruner at

Honey bee educational event
Members of the UF Honey Bee Research and Exten-
sion Lab have organized a first-of-its-kind event featur-
ing the first annual Bee College and Honey Show and
the start of the University of Florida Master Beekeeper
Program, both to be held at the Mid-Florida Research
and Education Center in Apopka on March 13-15.
The Master Beekeeper Program is designed to en-
hance beekeeper education and requires that participants
complete written and practical examinations and fulfill
public service credits. The program consists of four lev-
els of advancement from apprentice beekeeper to master
craftsman beekeeper. Examination and training for the
apprentice level will he held on March 13.
For more information about the Bee College, Master
Beekeeper Program, or Honey Show.visit the UF Honey
Bee Lab website at http://entfnemdept.ifas.ufl.edu/hon-

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month in March
A kick-off celebra-
tion for Florida Archaeol-
ogy Month will be held 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. March 1 at
Florida Public Archaeol-
ogy Network, 207 E. Main
Street in Pensacola.
The family event will
include hands-on archae-
ology experiences, guided
tours and the Bearheart
Native Paths Museum.

Other events near
Washington and Holmes
Counties include:
*An Archaeoldgy Day
event will be held March
22 at Bay County Library,
Gulf Cost Community
College Language Arts
Building, 5230 W. Hwy.
98 in Panama City from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Also, as part of Florida
Archaeology Month, lec-
tures and public talks will
take place March 4 through
25 at various times and
sites. They include:
*March 13 at 12 p.m.,
"Frauds, Myths and Ar-
chaeological Sciences,"
Indian Temple Mound
. Museum, 139 Miracle
Strip Parkway in Fort Wal-
ton Beach.
*March 21 at 6:30 p.m.,
"From Prehistory to Pres-
ervation," in the Language
Arts Building, Bay Coun-
ty Library at Gulf Coast
Community College, 5230
W. Hwy. 98 in Panama
*Open House March 15,
City of Fort Walton Beach
Heritage Park and Cultural
Center, 139 Miracle Strip
Parkway, Fort Walton
For more information,
visit www. flpublicarchae-
ology, org.

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Greyhound 'Meet and Greet' Feb. 23

Greyhound Pets of
America/Emerald Coast
will be holding a Panama
City area adoption Grey-
hound Meet and "Greet"
on Saturday, Feb. 23
from 11 a.m. To 2 p.m.
At Books-A-Million, 811
East 23rd Street, and next
door at Petsmart, 849 East
23rd Street, Panama City.
Retired racing grey-
hounds will be on hand
"meet and greet" and ac-
companying volunteers
will answer questions
about- adoption of grey-
hounds as pets.
The need for both adop-
tion and foster homes for
greyhounds is a constant
demand and has no "sea-
son", but it does have
peaks. The advent of tour-

Submitted photo
The name of this lucky fel-
low is "Hot Doogie". He
was adopted at the Janu-
ary Meet & Greet.

ist season winding down
later in the month will re-
sult in an upturn of adopt-
able dogs.
'Howliday' on March 30
The annual reunion of
retired racers and their
families known as the

"Howliday is on Sunday,
March 30, at Ebro Grey-
hound Park. Ebro is do-
nating the use of the facili-
ty and several of their staff
that day to host the "Fun
Run", Senior Stroll, and
many other activities.
Last year there were
over 200 retired racers
with their families who
enjoyed the day, some
coming from as far away
as Illinois and other states,
although the NW Florida
communities are well rep-
The public is invited.
The events are a delight to
For further information,
please call 888-216-7236
or visit their web site at

Exposing dog training myths

There is so much mis-
information out there that
it can ,be difficult, if not
impossible, to figure out
fact versus fiction. Ask 10
people how to fix a behav-
ioral problem that your
dog is experiencing, and
you are likely to get 10
different answers.
The same thing will
likely occur when ask-
ing 10 dog trainers. My
wife actually bought me a
great shirt that says "The
only thing two dog train-
ers can agree on is what a
third dog trainer is doing
wrong!" It's not really that
bad, but the point is that
everyone seems to have an
opinion on the subject, re-
gardless of whether or not
they have actually tested
that opinion.
One of our favorites
is the myth that narcot-
ics-detection dogs are fed
drugs, become addicted,
and when the drugs are
taken away it causes with-
drawals and a very high
level of motivation for the
dog to find more drugs.
I'm not making this up,
folks! By that logic, ex-
plosives dogs would need
to be fed gunpowder to
build the desire to find ...
oops, that's how you make
a good protection dog (this
is another myth DO NOT
try this!!!).
Here are some more:
*Don't make eye con-
tact with your dog. It will
be interpreted as a threat
or a challenge.
Only under certain cir-
cumstances is this true.
If you are communicat-
ing with your dog, atten-
1 tion is critical, especially
if you are competing in
something like obedience.
Many disciplines, such as
Schutzhund, require the
dog to maintain eye con-
tact with the handler dur-
| ing the obedience phase,
and you will lose points
for lack of attention. Most
of us have heard this at
least once in our lives
from parents: "Look at me
when I'm talking to you!"



Jim Beinlich

Conversely, staring at a
person or dog with a flat
affect (no expression) can
cause behaviors ranging
from cowering and break-
ing eye contact to defen-
sive aggression (What are
you staring at?). Be sure to
clearly communicate your
feelings by talking in an
appropriate tone of voice
while making eye contact.
*Don't play tug with
your dog. It will lead to
aggression and dominance
Only if your training
methods are flawed. Pup-
pies and dogs typically
love to play tug with each
other and with you. What
a great way to bond with
your dog, while at the
same time teaching him
what is appropriate to put
his teeth on! Furthermore,
teaching him the "Out"
or "Drop It" command in
play will transfer to other
items, like shoes, remote
controls, etc. We begin
playing tug and teaching
the "Out" with our pup-
pies as soon as they are
able to track moving ob-
jects. All of our dogs do
protection work, and all
of them "out" cleanly off
of the bite on verbal com-
mand, without ever hav-
ing received a physical
correction to accomplish
this. Now, start throwing a
toy and asking your dog to

bring it back and "out" it
for you. This is called the
retrieve, and, yes, it is gen-
erally that easy to teach!
*Time-outs are an ef-
fective way to correct bad
behavior in a dog.
Wrong. Dogs cannot
make long-term associa-
tions, which is why you
always hear that you can
never correct your dog
after the behavior is com-
pleted. It may appear that
a time-out is working, but
all that is really happening
is your dog is de-escalat-
ing because the stimulus
that aroused him is gone.
Bring him back to the
stimulus again, and he will
escalate once again. The
reason that time-outs can
work with children is be-
cause you can explain to
a child why he was put in
time-out. Try as we might,
this just isn't going to hap-
pen with Fido!
*If you use treats and/or
to'%s to train your dog, he
won't respond to you un-
less you have that reward
for him.
Ridiculous! Ever heard
of Pavlov, and the dog,
the food and the bell? He
started by showing a hun-
gry dog food, and it would
salivate. Then he paired
the food with the ring-
ing of a bell. Finally, he
could ring the bell and the
dog would salivate. This
is classical conditioning,
and it has been around for
decades. This is how we
teach all dogs, including
our own, and we have off-
leash voice control any-
time, anywhere, whether
or not we have a toy or
a cookie. Of course, fol-
low the leash laws in your
That's it for now.
Questions and feedback
are always welcome, so
feel free to contact us at
Cool K9's Dog Training:
719-683-6741, e-mail
coolk9s@pcisys.net or
visit us at www.coolk9s.
Florida Freedom

Chipola College Homecoming 2008 is Feb. 18-23

Chipola College will
celebrate Homecoming
2008, Feb. 18-23. This
year's theme is "On Top of
Our Game: as the Indians
hope to defeat the- Com-
modores of Gulf Coast.
Candidates for Mr.
Chipola and Homecoming
Queen will be introduced
at 10 a.m., Wednesday,
Feb. 13, in the Arts Cen-
ter, with voting on Feb. 13
and 14.
Student activities for
the week include: Monday,
Feb. 18: Camouflage Day;
Tuesday, Feb. 19: Hawai-
ian Day; Wednesday, Feb.
20: Pajamas Day; Thurs-
day, Feb. 21: Favorite

College Day; and Friday,
Feb. 22: Chipola Blue and
Gold Day.
A campus building de-
coration contest will be
judged Tuesday, Feb.19 at
1 p.m.
The Homecoming Tal-
ent Show is Wednesday,
Feb. 20, at 10:05 a.m., in
the Arts Center. Current
students or groups are in-
vited to perform.
Cash prizes will be
awarded to best overall
and top places in solo,
group and band categories.
Performers must register
by Monday, Feb.18.
. Homecoming night,
Saturday, Feb. 23, begins

with the Lady Indians
game against Gulf Coast
at 5:30 p.m. An alumni re-
ception hosted by Chipola.
President Dr. Gene Prough
and his wife Priscilla, be-
gins at 6 p.m. All alumni
and friends are invited to
attend the reception.
The Indians take on the
Commodores in the men's
game at 7:30 p.m.
Chipola's 2008 Home-
coming Queen and Mr.
Chipola will be crowned
during halftime.

For more information
on Homecoming events,
call the SGA office at 718-
2308 or 718-2314.

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.-Vernon Library open
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes Council on Aging pro-
vides hot meals and socialization.
10 a.m.-Sunny Hills Garden Club meets at the
Sunny Hills Community Center.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located
in Chipley) senior lunches, for reservations call
638-6217, donations accepted.
Noon-Bonifay Kiwanis Club weekly meeting, held
at Blitch's Restaurant in Bonifay.
Noon-Chipley Woman's Club meeting, held at
club house.
1 p.m. Line dancing, Washington Council on
Aging in Chipley
7 p.m.-Depression and Bipolar Support Group-
meets at First Baptist Church educational annex
building in Bonifay. Call 547-4397.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at
Ponce de Leon Methodist Church, located on Main
Street in Ponce de Leon.
CLOSED: Vernon Library
8 a.m.-Holmes County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
1 p.m.-6 p.m.-Wausau Library open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes Council on Aging pro-
vides hot meals and socialization.
10:30-11 a.m.-Chipley Library preschool sto-
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located
in Chipley) senior lunches, for reservations call
638-6217, donations accepted.
Noon-Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting, New
Life Assembly Fellowhship Hall, Chipley.
1 p.m.-6 pn.m.-Wausau Library open.
5:30 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held
at 1360 Foxworth Road in Chipley.
6 p.m.-Wausau City Council meeting, held at
city hall.
6 p.m.-TOPS meeting, held at Mt. Olive Baptist
Church, located three miles north of Bonifay on
Hwy. 79.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held
at New Hope Volunteer Fire Station, located on
Highway 2 in Holmes County.
8 p.m.-Narcotics Anonymous meeting, held at
Blessed Trinity Catholic Church in Bonifay.
CLOSED: Wausau Library
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes County Library open.
1 p.m. to 6 p.m.-Vernon Library open
9:30 a.m.-1 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Homes Council on Aging pro-
vides bingo, exercise, games, activities, hot meals
and socialization.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located
in Chipley) senior lunches, for reservations call
638-6217, donations 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 Anonymous open meeting, held
at Presbyterian Church in Chipley,
CLOSED: Wausau Library.
8 a.m.-12 noon-Holmes County Library open.
9 a.m.-12 noon-Vernon Library open.
9 a.m.-12 noon-Chipley Library open.
7 p.m. Slocomb VFW dance until 10 p.m. Music
by the Country Boys. Admission $5; Children "
12 and under free with parents. No smoking
or alcohol. Door prizes and 50/50 giveaways.
Refreshments available.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held
at Bonifay Methodist Church, Oklahoma Street
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held in
the board room at Graceville-Campbellton Hospital
in Graceville.
4-6 p.m.-Conversational English classes for
internationals, held at Shiloh Baptist Church.
Contact church office, 638-1014 or Karma Cook,
CLOSED: Holmes County Library, Wausau
Library, Vernon Library.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes Council on Aging pro-
vides bingo, exercise, games, activities, hot meals
and socialization.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located
in Chipley) senior lunches, for reservations call
638-6217, donations accepted.
6 pn.m 7:30 p.m.-Salvation Army Domestic
Violence and Rape Crisis Program (SADVP)
will be hosting a domestic violence support
group each Monday. The meeting will be held
at the SADVP Rural Outreach office at 1461 S.
Railroad Avenue, apartment one, in Chipley. Call
Emma or Jess at 415-5999.
6:30-8:30 p.m.-Conversational English classes
for internationals, held at Shiloh Baptist Church.
Contact church office, 638-1014 or Karma Cook,
7 p.m.-Esther Masonic Lodge #144, Bonifay.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at
Blessed Trinity Catholic Church, located on Hwy.
177A, Bonifay.
CLOSED: Holmes County Library.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon Library open.
1 p.m.-6 p.m.-Wausau Library open.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located
in Chipley) senior lunches, for reservations call
638-6217, donations accepted.
Noon-Alcoholics Anony nous open meeting, New
Life Assembly Fellowhship Hall, Chipley.
6 p.m.-Holmes County School Board meeting.
8 p.m.-Narcotics Anonymous meeting, held at
Blessed Trinity Catholic Church in Bonifay.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting, First
Presbyterian Church, Chipley.



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Oswalt honored at ministry lab dedication

The Baptist Col-
lege of Florida (BCF) in
Graceville dedicated its
new Preaching and Pas-
toral ministries Lab and
honored Dr. Jerry E. Os-
walt for a career of distin-
guished service, January
29, according to a news
Oswalt served from
1991-2005 at BCF as
vice president for Aca-
demic Affairs, professor
of Preaching, and dean of
the Chapel. Tom Kinchen,
BCF President, described
Oswalt as "a skillful
preacher, a compassionate
pastor, and an exemplary
The Jerry E. Oswalt
Preaching and Pastoral
Ministry Lab will serve as
the site for regular college
classes as well as special
conferences and semi-
nars. The lab will serve as
the home of the college's
recently formed Baptist
Center for Expository
Among those partici-
pating in the service along
with Oswalt and Kinchen
were Dr. Mark Long, As-
sistant Professor of New
Testament and Greek and
former student of Dr. Os-
walt's; David and Debo-
rah, Oswalt's children;

and events to be held in
the "Baptist Center for
Expository Preaching,"
please contact 800-326-
2660 ext, 460.

BCF President Tom Kinch
Oswalt with the dedication
played on the new Preachi

and other members of the
college family.
BCF Hosts
Doctrinal Study
A one-day conference
on Baptist Doctrine was
held Jan. 31. The doctrinal
study led by BCF Profes-
sors Mark Rathel and John
Thomas focused on the ar-
ticles of the Baptist Faith
and Message.
Rathel keyed in on those

Submitted photo
BCF President Tom Kinchen welcomes Doctrinal par-
ticipants to the Baptist Center for Expository Preach-
ing at The Baptist College of Florida in Graceville.

BCF church
plant practicum
For Baptist College of
Florida (BCF) students
John and Edna Harrell,
Darin Ricks, Melissa Har-
ris, and Katie Martin, the
January break was any-
thing but a vacation.
Led by missions pro-
fessor Dr. Rich Elligson,
January Church Planting
Practicum students took
the opportunity to put their
faith into practice by com-
Submitted photo bining classroom learning
ten presents Dr. Jerry E. with hands-on field expe-
n plaque that will be dis- rience.
ng and Pastoral Ministry "It was a very busy
week," reflected Missions
minor Katie Martin. "We
elements that he felt were left our house around 6:30
extremely important to each morning and rarely
Baptist life. "Sound doc- made it back before 9 at
trine is important for Spir- night. By the end of the
itual health," said Rathel. week we were pretty ex-
"This doctrinal study gave hausted. But it was well
us an opportunity to come worth it."
together and focus on con- For more information
victions that possess us as on the mission's degree
Christians." offered at BCF, please
For more information contact 800-328-2660 ext.
on upcoming conferences 460.
ee 1.

Submitted photo
BCF students Melissa Harris, Katie Martin, Edna
Harrell, John Harrell, Darin Ricks, and Missions
Professor, Dr. Rich Elligson prepare to leave for Lake
City on a church plant practicum.

Stand Strong

People, are we afraid to
stand up for God and His
Word? The scripture, in
Ephesians 6:11, instructs
us to, "Put on the whole ar-
mour of God, that ye may
be able to stand against the
wiles of the devil."
The following scrip-
tures, Ephesians 6:12
throughl6, will tell you
about the whole armour of
God and how it will help
As a matter of fact, that
entire chapter has very im-
portant instruction for us;
as does the entire word of
God. We need to know the
scriptures in order to stand
strong for God.
Also, we are instructed
in 11 Timothy 2:15, to
"Study to shew yourselves
approved unto God, right-
ly dividing the word of
truth." So don't be afraid
to stand for God, Friend,
for His Word is truth.
So, as the angels of God
always say, "Fear not."
Recently I was listening
to a very old song which I
first heard when I was just
a child, back in 1945, ap-
proximately. The name of
the song was, "The Great
Speckled Bird", sung by
Roy Acuff, a very popular
country singer of that day.
The song is basically talk-
ing about the Holy Bible;
and even back then these
words were included in
the song."They long to



Helen Hodge

find fault with her teach-
ing, but really they find no
Does that remind you
of anything that is going
on today? It reminds me
of something that is very
prevalent in our world
today, and that is the at-
tack on God's Word today,
from so many different di-
Never fear, though,
God has everything in His
hands, no matter what the
enemy tries to do. In Je-
sus' name.
Yes, satan is stirring up
a whole lot of confusion,
concerning God and His
Word. People we must

stand strong for God and
His Word. Never fear, God
is right here with us, as He
has always been. Let us
stand strong for our God,,
and for His Son, Jesus
Christ, and fear not, God,
is our defense.
Just remember, "There
is no fear in love; but per-
fect love casts out fear:
because fear hath tor-
ment. He that feareth is
not made perfect in love."
1 John 4:18. Friends, we
can stand on God's Word,
It never fails, praise God.
These days there is
such an attack against
those who stand for the
truth of God's Word! And
all of God's Word is truth,
The devil would have
you doubt that, but it is
true, just the same. Some
people are being taken by
these ungodly lies about
God's Word! That does not
change a thing, however.
Today there is a group
of people called the (Free-
dom FROM Religion
Foundation), and they are
fighting our freedom of
religion, guaranteed to us
by our U.S. Constitution.
Check it out people,please!
They are constantly going
before the Supreme Court
to try to take our religious
freedoms away from us.
The ACLJ (Ameri-
can Center for Law and
Justice) Law Center, in

Washington D.C. is do-
ing all they can to protect
our religious liberties. We
need to stand behind them,
friends, in prayer. And if
you wish to back them up
in any other.way just write
to: The ACLJ, P.O. Box
90556, Washington D.C.,
20090-0555. Please don't
confuse the ACLJ, with
the ACLU, they stand for
totally different things, be-
lieve me.
This same Freedom
From Religion Foundation
is also putting out warning
stickers to be placed on
our'Holy Bibles; they have
on them a skull and cross-
bones, among other things!
Also they are putting out
bumper stickers that say,
"The Bible is a grim fairy
tale." Also,another one de-
clares, "Nothing fails like
Beware people of these
ungodly lies. Also, there
is an attack being staged
against the words, Under
God. In our pledge of alle-
giance, and there are those
who want our National
motto, "In God We Trust",
taken away from us.
Those who push these
ungodly things had better
wake up and they had bet-
ter fear God, the Creator of
this universe and our Lord
and Savior, Jesus Christ.
We'll be praying that
you see the truth and turn
to Christ while you can.

Wednesday, February 13, 2008'

Authentic love

On February 14 many
people will take a minute
or two and celebrate the
love that they have for a
husband, wife, fiance, girl-
friend, or boy friend, and
some will share a gift of
love and appreciation with
their children or parents.
When we consider love
and what it really is, we
are brought to the great-
est expression of love ever
The love that God dem-
onstrated through His Son,
Jesus Christ, the spotless
Lamb of God, Who lay
down His life for our sins,
as shared in John 3:16,
"For God so loved the
world that He gave His
only begotten Son, that
whoever believes in Him
should not perish but have
everlasting life" (NKJV).
This type of love is what
we call "Authentic 'Love"..
As we celebrate 'anid
share what has become the
day of love, Valentine's
Day, lets examine His au-
thentic love, the love that
God has for each of us,
and see how it compares to
the love we claim we have
for others.
Authentic love is un-
conditional in its expres-
sion. There are no ifs at-
tached to authentic love...
no threats...no demands.
Do we exhibit this type of
love to our companion for
life, husband or wife? How
about our children? Or do
we withhold our love until
they've lived up to our ex-
pectations and standards?
Do they feel uncondition-
ally loved, or do they feel
they're. constantly\ trying
to gain our love and ae4o
Authentic love is un-
selfish in its motive. Paul
wrote; Love "is not jealous
...does not seek its own"
(1Cor. 13:4-5) Love does
not manipulate to get its
way. Love always looks
after others before self
(Phil 2:3-4). How about
our love? When we show
love to someone else, do
we first weigh it out to see
what we will receive, in
return? True loves gives -
with no thought of getting
anything back in return.
Authentic love is unlim-
ited in its benefits. When
we love unconditionally
and unselfishly, we always
walk away the w inner. Not
only are others built up

From the


Tim Hall

and encouraged, but so arep.
we! Of course, when we~
love this way, we become
vulnerable. But if we nev-
er step out on a limb with,
people and' God, we'll,
never grasp the fruit of
nourishing relationships. -
Authentic love begins
with first accepting the,
greatest expression of love
that has ever been offered"
to us, which is the love of.
God offered freely to ev-'
eryone. I -
Once we begin to expe,-
rience His love and begin,,
building our relationship,
with Him, authentic lov.-
then becomes a reality that
we can share with others.."
Because God is love, not
just the expression of loved .
"Beloved, let us love one,
another, for love is of God;.
and everyone who loves is,
born of God and knows
God. He who does noqt
love does not knott God.
fdoGt'd ids lo\e." (l John
Experience and share.
authentic love today. Al-
low Christ to become the,
Lord of your life. And
men, please remember my-
simple prescription for a'
great lasting relationship
and marriage, on this Val-
entine's Day and everyday,
of the year because it ac"-
tually works. "What evro
ery woman wants is to be-
treated like a Queen, by a
man who deserves to be:
treated like a King" (Ephe-
sians 5:25).
Tim Hall is senior pas-,-
tor of Gully Springs Bap- ,
tist Church in Bonifay.
Call him at 547-3920, or-
email: timhall 2000@ya->

'Dangerous for His glory',

Dr. Daniel Akin, presi-
dent of Southeastern Bap-
tist Theological Seminary
in Wake Forest, N.C.,
preached in the R. G. Lee
Chapel at The Baptist Col-
lege of Florida (BCF) in
Graceville about living
dangerously for God's
glory, according to a BCF
news release.
The 30-minute message
entitled "Let all the nations
give God glory," answered
the questions about why
missionaries journey into
foreign lands and into dan-
gerous situations to spread
the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Akin used a famous
quote from Jim Elliot's
October 28, 1949 journal,
"He is no fool who gives
what he cannot keep to
gain that which he cannot
lose." Akin shared how
Elliot lived his life to the
fullest in service to the
Lord and ultimately gave
it up in an attempt to share

Submitted photo
Dr. Daniel Akin, Presi-.
dent of Southeastern-
Baptist Theological Semi-
nary in Wake Forest, NC,
preaches at The Baptisti
College of Florida in-
Jesus with the Auca Indi-
ans, a violent people from'
the Ecuadorian jungle.
For more informa-
tion on upcoming chapel
speakers, please contact-
800-328-2660 ext. 446 or,
download the complete
chapel schedule at baptist-

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Revival at

Winterville AOG
Pastor Mitch Johnson
of the Winterville Assem-
bly of God in Bonifay will
hold revival services Feb.
14-16 at the Someone to
Care Church, 1705 Pio-
neer Road,Chipley.
Services begin at 7
p.m. each night. Before
Friday's service there
will be a spaghetti supper
at 6 p.m. The church is
25 miles east of the cau-
tion light on Hwy. 77, in

Ole Time Camp

Meeting set
Ole Time Camp Meet-
ing at Bethany Baptist
Church March 2-7. Sun-
day school starts at 9:45
a.m. with Sunday evening
service at 6 p.m.
Monday thru Friday
schedule: Morning ser-
vice: 10 a.m. and evening
service: 7 p.m. Bethany
Baptist Church is located
10 miles north of Bonifay
oft Hwy. 79.
The annual Ole Time
Camp Meeting begin-
nng Sunday, March 2; at

regular church time and
run through Friday night
March 7.
Bro. Scott Roper will be
special guest speaker ev-
ery night. Different guest
speakers will speak dur-
ing the morning services.
Morning services begin at
10 a.m. and evening ser-
vices start at 7 p.m.
Vessels of Clay will
bring messages in song
and praise.

News from

New Hope MBC
*New Hope Mission-
ary Baptist Church in Two
Egg, will hold a baptism
ceremony following the
morning worship service
on February 27.
*The Crucifixion of
Christ, written by the
Rev. L.V. Farmer, will be
performed on March 30
at 6 p.m. The skit calls
for over 20 actors. If you
would like a part, contact

Sing at SDA
The Bonifay Seventh-
Day-Adventist church at
604 Methushek, across the
street from IGA, will hold

a gospel sing the third
Sunday, Feb. 16 at 6 p.m.
Local talent invited to par-

Bible study

A free Bible study sem-
inar will be held at Blue
Lake Park in the county
building on Hwy 77 just
south of Interstate 10.
The "Fulfilled Bible
Prophecy" program will
be Feb. 14-16; Thursday
6-9 p.m.; Friday 9 a.m. -
noon and 2-4 p.m.; Satur-
day, 9 a.m. noon.
There will be no collec-
tions or donations sought.
For more informa-
tion, call Zach or Kristi
at 850-773-1626 or visit
itsirkdrop@ gmail.com.

The Galloways

in concert
The Galloways from
Nashville, Tenn. will be at
the First Free Will Baptist
Church of Malone, Thurs-
day, Feb. 14, at 7 p.m.
There is no admission
charge but a love offering
will be taken.
For more information

or directions, call Larry
Dykes at 334-671-0295
or Jesse Hart at 850-569-
5494 or 850-569-5006.

Angel Food
New Smyrna Assembly
of God Church is a host
site for Angel Food Min-
istries, and they are taking
orders. The last day to or-
der is Feb. 18, and deliv-
ery will be on March 1.
Call Kathy Duplesis
at 547-9559, Monday
through Thursday, 8:30
a.m. noon and 1-3:30
p.m. to place an order.

Noma Assembly

of God news
*Fresh Fire Ministries
with Evangelists Bill and
Beth Juoni of Whitewater,
Wisc. will hold a revival
during Sunday morning
evening services Feb. 17.
*A Valentine steak din-
ner banquet will be Thurs-
day, Feb. 14, beginning at
5 p.m. There will be live
music by Sandyland Blue-
grass Gospel. Dine in or
carry out. The cost is $11
per plate.

Bonifay House

of Prayer
I.W.O.M.A.N. Servic-
es will be at the Bonifay
House of Prayer, 826 N.
Caryville Road, at 6. p.m
Feb. 16, Sister Ann Spen-
ce will be the speaker and
Saturday, Feb. 23, Sister
Sharon Gillis.is scheduled
to speak at 6 p.m..

Revival at

Cypress Creek
Cypress Creek Commu-
nity Church, 1772 Mace-
donia Road, will hold re-
vival services Feb. 17-20.
Evangelist, David Frazie
will be guest speaker start-
ing with Sunday morning
service at 10:30. Sunday
evening services will be at
6 p.m. Monday-Wednes-
day services will begin
at 7 p.m. For more infor-
mation, call Pastor James
Vickery at 638-0360.


East Pittman Freewill
Baptist Church will host
singer/songwriter Karyn
Brinkmeyer, during the

Women's Conference:
A Vintage of Victorious
Women Saturday, Feb.
16, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Lunch will be provided.
Sunday, Feb. 17, Brink-
meyer will minister with
song and testimony at 6
p.m. at the church. She is
the daughter of Herman
Sellers, pastor.
The church is 1/4 mile
north of Hwy. 2 on C.R.
179, Hampberry Cross-
road, north of Bonifay.

Sing at Otter

Creek UMC
Dixieland Grass will
be singing at Otter Creek
United Methodist Church.
The sing will be Satur-
day, Feb. 16, at 7 p.m.
The church is four miles
north of Ponce de Leon
off Highway 81. Everyone
is invited.







African Methodist Episcopal
Grant Tabernacle AME: 577
Martin Luther King, Chipley. Pastor
is the Rev. Larry Brown.
New Bethel AME: Hwy. 90 in
Bonifay. Pastor is Alice Hennessey.
St. John AME: First and third
Sunday. Pastor Jerome J. Good-
St. Joseph AME: 1401 Monroe
Sheffield Rd., Chipley. Pastor is the
Rev. Roy Hudson.
-St. Luke AME: Jackson Com-
munity Road. Jerome J. Goodman
is pastor.
Assembly of God
Bonifay First Assembly: 116
Main St. Pastor is John Chance.
Carmel Assembly of God: Coun-
ty Road 160 in the Bethlehem Com-
munity. Pastor is Tommy Moore.
.Chipley First Assembly of God:
567 N. Main St. Pastor the Rev. Dal-
las Pettis.
._Cords of Love Assemblyof God:,
2060 Bethlehem-Road, off Hwy. 276,
in the Kynesville area; Pastor is Jerry
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.
Lighthouse assembly of God,
1201 S. Waukesha Street, Bonifay.
Pastor Michael Presley.
Little Rock Assembly of God:
1923 Hwy. 173, six miles north of
Live Oak Assembly of God: Just
off Hwy. 177-A north of Bonifay.
Pastor is the Rev. Kenneth Martin.
Mt. Olive Assembly of God: Hwy.
179-A off Hwy. 2. Pastor Thomas
Ealum Jr.
Mt. Pleasant Assembly of God:
Hwvy. 179-A, eight miles north of
Westville. Pastor is Terry A. Broome.
New Bethany Assembly of God:
Shaky Joe Road just off Hwy. 280 at
Hinson's Crossroads. Pastor is Leon
New Life Fellowship Assembly
of-God: 695 5th St., Chipley. Pastor
Vince Spencer
New Smyrna Assembly of God;
Adolph Whitaker Road six miles'
north of Bonifay.
Northside Assembly of God:
1009 N Rangeline St., across from
Bonifay Elementary. Pastor Edwin
Smith Chapel Assembly of God:
2549 Smith Chapel Road, just off
Hfvy. 177-A. Pastor George Staf-
Vernon Assembly of God Church:
3349 McFatter Avenue. Pastor is the
RIv. Wesley Hall.
Wausau Assembly of God: Hwy.
7Z. Pastor is Danny Burns.
Westville Assembly of God: Hwy
181 North. Pastor is Lavon Burke.
Winterville Assembly of God:
Dogwood Lakes Road. Pastor Mitch
Abigail FreeWill Baptist: Dawkins
Street in Vernon.
Berean Baptist: 1438 Nearing
Hills Road in Chipley. Shane Skelton
is pastor.
Wausau First Baptist: Hwy. 77.
Bethany Baptist: 10 miles north
of Bonifay on Hwy. 79. Pastor is Ed
Bethlehem Baptist: Hwy. 177.
Pastor is Dr. Wesley Adams..
Beulah Anna Baptist: Coursey
Road a half-mile off Hwy. 81. Pastor
is David Hidle.
Blue Lake Baptist: Southeast
corner where 1-10 and Highway 77
cross on the lake.
Bonifay First Baptist: 311 N.
Waukesha. Pastor Shelley Chandler.
Bonifay Free Will Baptist: Corner
of Kansas Avenue and Oklahoma
Street. Pastor is Tim Schneider.
Caryville Baptist: 4217 Old Boni-
fay Road. Pastor 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-
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. Interim
Pastor is the Rev. George Cooper.
Gully Springs Baptist: Three
miles west of Bonifay on Hwy. 90.
Pastor Tim Hall.
Hickory Hill Baptist: 1656 Hicko-
ry 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 Eapit- Church is 'lo-
cated in northwest Holmes County.
Pastor is Stacy Stafford.
Lovewood Free Will Baptist:
1745 Lovewood Road, Cottondale.
Pastor is Henry Matthews.
Mt. Ararat Missionary Baptist:
1233 Old Bonifay Rd., Chipley. 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 Hope Missionary Baptist
Church (Two Egg), 3996 Wintergreen
Road, Greenwood.
New Orange Baptist: 782 Alford
Road. Pastor is Alcus Brock.
New Prospect Baptist: 7611 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.
Jronrhsde Baptist: Intersection
ofH*Ai 891 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
Orange Hill Missionary Baptist,
816 Sunday Rd., Chipley. Pastor if
the Rev. James Johns.
Piney Grove Free Will Baptist:
1783 Piney Grove Rd, south of
Chipley. 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) between
Cottondale and Alford. Pastor is
Donnie Hussey.
Sand Hills Baptist: 6758 Hwy.
77. Pastor is T. Keith Gann.
Shady Grove Baptist Church,
1955 Highway 177-A, Bonifay. Pas-
tor, Tim Shumaker.
St. John Free Will Baptist: St.
John's Road, Bonifay.
St. Matthew's Missionary Bap-
tist: 4156 St. Matthew's Road,
Caryville. Pastor is the Rev. James
Shady Grove Baptist Church,
1955 Highway 177-A, Bonifay. 547-
3517. Pastor is Tim Shumaker.
Shiloh Baptist: Church located
on Hwy. 277, three miles south of
Hwy. 90 in Chipley.
Shiloh Missionary Baptist: 3013
Moss Hill Road in Vemon. Pastor
Rev. Marcelious Willis Jr.
Sunny Hills First Baptist: 1886
Sunny Hills Blvd. Pastor is Mike
Union Hill Baptist: Hwy. 177, a
mile south of Hwy. 2. Pastor is Mau-
rice Jenkins.
Unity Baptist: 3274 River Road,

Hinson's Crossroads. Pastor is Lind-
sey Martin.
Vernon First Baptist, 2888
Church St., Vernon.
West Bonifay Baptist: 609 W.
Indiana Ave.
Blessed Trinity Catholic: Hwy.
177-A in Bonifay.
St. Joseph the Worker Catholic:
Hwy. 77 South, Chipley.
Church of Christ
Chipley Church of Christ: 1295
Brickyard Road. Wes Webb is min-
Esto Church of Christ 1247 N.
Hwy. 79.
Church of God
Bonifay Church of God: Brock
Ave. Pastor is Clyde Ford.
Tabernacle of Praise Church of
God: Hwy. 77 South. Pastor is Vic-
tor Fisher..
Church of God by Faith: 3012
Church St., Vernon. Pastor is Elder
T. Powell.
Church of God in Christ
Yes Lord Deliverance Church of
God in Christ: 739 7th Street (next
to the National Guard Armory) in
Chipley. Pastor is David Woods, Jr.
Spirit-Filled Church of God in
Christ: 2128 Pate Pond Rd, Caryville.
Pastor is Elder Tony Howard.
Church of God in Prophecy
Church of God of Prophecy:
1386 W. Jackson Ave., Chipley. Pas-
tor is Ernest Dupree.
St. Matthew's Episcopal: Hwy.
90 West, Chipley. Vicar is.Ward S.
Harris Chapel Holiness: Eight
miles north of Caryville on Hwy. 179.
Pastors are the Rev. Norman and
Judy Harris.
Sweet Gum Holiness: 105
Corbin Rd., Cottondale.
Third United Holiness: 608 West
8th Ave., Graceville. Pastor is Arthur
Jehovah's Witnesses
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Wit-
nesses: 2048 Hwy. 77, Chipley.
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Wit-
nesses: Hwy. 90, Bonifay.
Temples are available in Dothan
and Panama City.
Grace Lutheran: Hwy. 90 East,
Bonifay. Interim pastor is Jerry Con-
Mosque available in Blount-
* First United Pentecostal: 1816
Hwy. 90 W., Chipley. Pastor is James
First United Pentecostal: 2100
Highway 90 West, Westville. Pastor
Jason Campbell.
Open Pond United Pentecostal:
1885 Hwy. 179-A, Westville. Pastor
is Ray Connell.
Trinity Pentecostal Tabernacle:
Hwy. 77 between Sunny Hills and
.Greenhead. Pastor is Larry Wil-
True Holiness Pentecostal: 5099
Little Rock Circle, Ebro. Pastor is
Louis D. Brown.
Turning Point First United Pente-
costal: Hwy. 90 West, Chipley. Pas-
tor is James Caudle.
Wausau Pentecostal Holiness:
2201 Pioneer Road. Pastor is James
Seventh Day Adventist
Bonifay Seventh Day Adventist:
604 Mathusek St. Pastor is Jeff
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
Chipley First United Methodist:
1285 Jackson Ave.
East Mt. Zion United Methodist:
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 Method-
ist: 2430 Shakey Joe Road, near
Hinson Crossroads.
Poplar Head United Methodist:
1.5 miles north of Hwy. 2 on Hwy.
Red Hill United Methodist: State
Road 2, two miles west of SR 79.
Pastor is the Rev. Buddy Penning-
Vernon United Methodist: Hwy.
79. Pastor is John Kramer.
Wausau United Methodist: Hwy.
Chipley First Presbyterian:,Fifth
Street and Watts Avenue.
Sunny Hills Presbyterian: 3768
Country Club Blvd. Pastor is the
Rev. Ruth Hempel.
Courts of Praise: 1720 Clay-
ton Road, Chipley. Pastor is Rick
Covenant Community Fellow-
ship, 844 Main Street, Chipley. Pas-
tor Jerry Robbins.
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 Fellowship
Assembly: 3253 Hwy. 2. Pastor is
Bobby Tidwell.
New Effort Church: New Effort
Church Road, Bonifay. Pastor is
Brent Jones.
Christian Haven: Finch Circle,
Wausau. Pastor Carlos Finch.
Vernon Evangelistic: Hwy. 79.
Pastor Calvin Sherrouse.
White Double Pond: Pastor is
Michael Monk.
Liberty Church: Creek Road in
Vernon. Pastor is Dennis Boyett.
Graceville Community: 1005 E.
Prim Ave. Pastor Dale Worle.
The Word Church: 335 Alford
Road, Cottondale. Pastors are Bud-
dy and Jeanne Steele.
Grace & Glory Worship Center:
1328 Railroad Ave., Chipley. Pastor
is Debbie Williams.
House of Prayer Worship Center:
.763 West Blvd. Pastor is Anthony B.
Northwest Florida Christian
Church: 4465 Hwy. 77 (meets Sun-
days at 6 p.m. for Bible study). Pas-
tor is Fred King.
Moss Hill Church: Second and
fourth Sundays, 2 p.m. Off Hwy.
Cornerstone Harvest Out-
reach: Corner of Reno and Fanning
Branch, Vernon. Pastors are Willis
and Drucile Hagan.
Pine Hill Church: 1675 Robins
Bridge Road, Bonifay. 32425. Pas-
tors: B.T. Owens and James Bush.
Cypress Creek Community
Church: 2.5 miles west of Alford at
1772 Macedonia Road. Pastor is
James Vickery.
Bonnett Pond Community
Church: 2680 Bonnett Pond Rd. be-
tween Wausau and Vernon. Pastor is
the Rev. Teddy Joe Bias.
The Potter's Hands: Greenhead
at corner of Hwy. 77 and Pine Log
Road. Pastors are Robert and Sheila
Holmes Valley Community
Church: 3550 Fanning Branch Road,
Vernon. Pastors Willis and Drucile
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 1-10.
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 Holiness:
3754 Bunyon Drive, off Hwy. 77 near
Sunny Hills. Pastor W.D. King.

Mailn sLW &Gs Law

" God'sM is quite_,lfferent fropia''slaw. God's law tells
,us.to;be me N-iful adfi Iviing topthers, without judgment or
condemnation:Godis-the ultimate judge, and only He knows
the true spirit f ourihearts. If we are truly repentant and
sOf;ry r hgcdldi in His ultimate mercy and
' love;wI v. Ma issuch that. if wib something
-: :" strongg or illegal, we are expected .
to suffer some consequence.
Although these may seem to be
simplified definitions of man's -
S'- law and God's law, only God
knows our true motives and
I feelings regarding forgiveness
and judgment. The Bible tells us
that if we hold anything against
another, we should forgive them,
so that our Father in Heaven may.
forgive our sins Mark 11:25). And,
if we confess our sins, God is
faithful and just. and will forgive
us our sins and purify us from all
unrighteousness 11 John 1:9) Keeping mans law is easier if
we keep God's law in our heart.
Hoppy are those whose lives ore faultless,
Wvho live according to the law of the Lord.
Good News Bible Psalm 119:1
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Information on

Horticulture tips offered by WHTC smoking offered

Wayne Tharpe is the
instructor for Washington-
Holmes Technical Cen-
ter's Horticulture, Nursery
Operations and Landscape
Tharpe received his
bachelors and masters de-
grees from the University
of West Florida. He began
his career working with
the Washington County
ARC and established their
first horticulture program.
After 11 years with ARC,
he accepted the position
of instructor with WHTC,
where he has taught for 22
Tharpe has been a cer-
tified horticulture pro-
fessional and a certified
landscape contractor since
He was recognized by
the Florida Nursery Grow-
ers and Landscape Asso-
ciation as Educator of the*
Year and his program has
received the Outstanding
Division Member Industry

Color in
the landscape
Color in the landscape
can be achieved in many
ways. The variety of flow-
ers gives a range of the
color spectrum. Foliage
creates interest by color,
dullness or glossy effect.
The bark of some trees
also draws attention. Flow-
er color ranges from warm
(red, orange, and yellow)
to cool (blue, green and
violet). Warm colors cre-
ate a feeling of closeness
or drawing the attention of
the viewer to an object.
Cool colors create a
feeling of distance or lead-
ing the viewer away from
an object. These colors
work well as background

Submitted photo
Wayne Tharpe is the instructor for Washington-Hol-
mes Technical Center's Horticulture, Nursery Oper-
ations and Landscape programs.

Texas Petunia or Ruel-
lis would be a good choice
for a background planting.
The use of glossy and dull
textures can add variety to
the landscape.
Examples of glossy
foliage include Ilex Cor-
nuta (Burfordi Holly) and
Ternstroemia Gymnan-
thera (Cleyera). Another
advantage of glossy foli-
age is they tend to resist
insects. Bark colors can
also add to the aesthetics
of the landscape.
Lagerstroemia Indica
(Crepe Myrtle) and Ulmas
Parvifolia (Drake or Chi-
nese Elm) have smooth
bark, some of which peels
or exfoliates.
Quercas Virginiana
(Live Oak) has a rigid
bark structure which gives
added interest. Plants add

value to the landscape.
Learn to appreciate all
of the plant characteris-
tics including flower, foli-
age color, bark, as well as
branching habit.

Tree and
shrub planting
Planting trees and
shrubs in the landscape
gives added value to the
property and improves the
appearance of your home
This can be achieved at
one time, or if you are on
a limited budget, you can
complete the landscape in
One key to successful
planting is the planting
depth. As a rule, never
plant a plant deeper than it
was originally growing.
Current recommenda-
tions include elevating the

planting depth 1-2 inches
above the original depth.
If you have good soil,
it is recommended that
you use your ground*
soil and avoid added any
amendments. You may
need stake or guy (steady
the tree with ropes, cords
or straps) when planting
larger trees.
Water all trees and
shrubs after planting this
will remove air pockets.
Mulch plants with a three
inch layer of pine straw,
cypress mulch, or wood
If you use wood chips,
you may need to add nitro-
gen the following years as
chips, sometimes cause a
nitrogen deficiency.
Do not put mulch with-
in three inches of the base
of your trees because this
can cause water retention
which may encourage in-
sects and disease.

Pruning trees for
long term health
Some trees tend to have
competing main trunks or
leaders. This is called co-
The weaker of these
competing branches need
to be removed at an early
Neglect in correcting
this problem leads to weak
stem attachments. These
will be the first trees to be
damaged in high winds.
Diseased and crossing
stems should also be re-

Technical Center offers
24 career and technical
programs. Each week,
WHTC features techni-
cal advice from program


PBS&J named
FTE consultant
PBS&J has been rese-
lected as one of two gen-
eral consultants to help
deliver the $5 billion, five-
year work program for
Florida's Turnpike Enter-
prise (FTE).
The contract, to be
shared by the two consul-
tants, is for five years with
funding for the first year
expected tobe $27,600,000
for the program. The firm
of HNTB was selected as
the other consultant on the
PBS&J has served as
FTE's general consultant
since 1988.

Art exhibition
The Local Color Arts
Club would like to invite
the public to view artwork
by some of its members -
Helen Blair, Priscilla Bon-
jour, Jean Brower, Roger
Campbell, Jim Flynt, Sue
Peck Hamm, Candice
Holeczko, Marie Jackson,
Sharon James, Lou Kaunz-
inger, Patricia Mauldin,
Lynette Miesen, Amy Jo
Rosati, JoEllen Schacht,
and Sharon Stephens.
Various mediums were
used, consisting of acrylic,
porcelain, oil, watercolor
and pastel.
The exhibit is at the
Walton County Library
on Route 331, Santa Rosa
Beach from March 3 to
March 31.

Spring Farm
Day March 15
Artists and craftsmen
are invited to participate
in an arts and crafts show
at Landmark Park on Sat-

urday, March 15, from
10 a.m. to, 4 p.m., during
the park's annual "Spring
Farm Day" celebration,
sponsored by CenturyTel.
Admission to "Spring
Farm Day" is $8 for adults,
$6 for seniors, $4 for chil-
dren, and free for park
members. Landmark Park
is on US Hwy 431, three
miles north of Dothan's
Ross Clark Circle.
For additional in-
formation, please call
334-794-3452 or e-mail
kathie @landmarkpark.

Table Games
Graceville Garden Club
will sponsor a night of
table games on Monday,
Feb. 18 from 6-9 p.m. at
the Graceville Civic Cen-
A $10 donation will be
taken at the door.
Games of Bridge,
Mexican Dominos, Hand
& Foot, and Bunco are
among the games players
will enjoy. There will also
be door prizes and refresh-
Reservation deadline is
Feb. 13. Call 263-3951 to

Holmes County High
School Key Club students
misplaced the Batman,
Hulk, Garfield and Mc-
Gruff the Dog costumes
they wore for the Rodeo
last October.
These costumes belong
to the Holmes County Li-
brary. They were stored
in a large blue plastic tub.

This tub may be sitting in
somebody's garage.
Anyone with informa-
tion on the lost costumes
can call 547-9000, ext.
278 or Mrs. Griffin at 547-

NFCH diabetes
support group
Northwest Florida
Community Hospital Dia-
betes Support Group pres-
ents: "Chair Exercises:
You Can Do It!" February
19 at Northwest Florida
Community Hospital caf-
eteria at 5:30 p.m.
NFCH hosts monthly
diabetes support group
meetings. Please join us
for free informative edu-
cationial sessions and be
a part of the group. Corey

Wilmot will show how
to exercise right from a
Diabetics and caregiv-
ers welcome

Kountry Folk
The Kountry Folk
Kloggers invite you to
learn clogging. They are
starting a new beginner
class. Open house will be
Feb. 26.
Classes will start March
4, at the Northwest Florida
Campground & Music
Park inChipley. They will
start at 6 p.m. every Tues-
day for ten weeks.
For more information
contact: Merlene Spears at
638-0183, Barbara Stone,
579-2138 or Patricia Per-
ry, 547-2455.

In 1982 the United
States Surgeon General's
Report stated that "Ciga-
rette smoking is the ma-
jor single cause of cancer
mortality in the United
This statement is as true
today as it was in 1982, ac-
cording to a news release
from the Holmes County
Health Department.
Smoking is responsible
for nearly 1 in 5 deaths in
the United States.

Who smokes?
According to the Cen-
ters for Disease Control
and Prevention (CDC),
44.5 million US adults
were current smokers in
2006 (the most recent year
for which numbers are
available). This is 20.8
percent of all adults (23.9
percent of men, 18.0 per-
cent of women)-more
than 1 out of 5 people.
When broken down by
race/ethnicity, the num-
bers were as follows:
Whites 21.9 percent;
African Americans 23.0
percent; Hispanics 15.2
percent; American Indi-
ans/Alaska Natives 32.4
percent and Asian Ameri-
cans 10.4 percent.
The numbers were
higher in younger age
groups. In 2006, CDC re-
ported almost 24 percent
of those 18 to 44 years
old were current smokers,
compared to 10.2 percent
of those aged 65 or older.
Nationwide, 22.3 per-
cent of high school stu-
dents and 8.1percent of
middle school students
were smoking in 2004.
More White and Hispanic
students smoked ciga-
For more information,
see the American Cancer
Society document, Child
and Teen Tobacco Use.

Health effects
of smoking
About half of all Amer-
icans who continue to
smoke will die because
of the habit. Each year

about 440,000 people in
the United States die from
illnesses related to ciga-
rette smoking. Cigarettes
kill more Americans than
alcohol, car accidents, sui-
cide, AIDS, homicide and
illegal drugs combined,
according to the news re-

Benefits of
quitting smoking
Nicotine is a very ad-
dictive drug. People usu-
ally try to quit many times
'before they are successful.
In September 1990, the
US Surgeon General out-
lined the benefits of quit-
ting smoking:
*Quitting smoking has
major and immediate
health benefits for people
with and without smok-
ing-related disease.
*Former smokers live
longer than continuing
smokers-. For example,
people who quit smok-
ing before age 50 have
one-half the risk of dying
in the next 15 years com-
pared with people who
keep smoking.
*Quitting smoking de-
creases the risk of lung
cancer, other cancers,
heart attack, stroke, and
chronic lung diseases such
as emphysema and chronic
*Women who stop
smoking before pregnancy
or during the first 3 to 4
months of pregnancy re-
duce their risk of having
a low birth-weight baby to
that of women who never
*The health benefits of
quitting smoking are far
greater than any risks from
the small weight gain (usu-
ally less than 10 pounds)
or any emotional or psy-
chological problems that
my follow quitting.
Reference: American
Cancer Society
This Publication was
made possible by the To-
bacco Prevention and
Control Program from
the Florida Department
of Health.

Short courses at Chipola
Chipola College will offer a variety of short courses
in the coming weeks.
The following Mandatory training for Child Care Fa-
cility Personnel and Family Child Care Home are sched-
*Pre-School Appropriate Practices, March 1, 7 a.m.
to 5 p.m.;
eSpecial Needs Appropriate Practices, March 8, 7
a.m. to 5 p.m.;
-*Child Abuse & Neglect, April 11, 6 to 10 p.m.;
*Child Growth & Development, April 12, 7 a.m. to
1 p.m.;
*Behavioral Observation and Screening, April 14 &
16, 6 to 9 p.m.;
*Health, Safety & Nutrition, Feb. 19, 7 a.m. to 3
Costs range from $17 to $43 depending on length of
course. Call 850-718-2395

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Elder support
Elder Support Services
will meet the first and third
Thursday every month at
Holmes Council on Ag-
ing, 210 West Kansas Ave.
in Bonifay. Meetings be-
gin at 10- 11 a.m.
Caregivers will be able
to share different ideas on
how each caregiver deals
with different situations in
their everyday lives. Any
literature or phone num-
bers to help continue the
care of loved ones will be
This support group is
for all ages, everyone is
welcome. The next sched-
uled meeting is Feb. 21.

Holmes County
Schools early
release day
Thursday, Feb. 14 will
be early release day for
Holmes County District
Schools. Students will be

released at 12:30 p.m.
This is also Valentine's
Day. All deliveries from
florists, parents or others
must to be dropped off
at the school between 8-
10:00 a.m. No deliveries
will be accepted after that
While every effort will
be made to get the items
to the proper student, note
that the school will not
be responsible for those
items undeliverable due
to student absences or for
deliveries that are inadver-
tently damaged.

Free tax
at Chipola
Chipola College busi-
ness instructor Lee Shook
and his student volunteers
are providing free tax
preparation and free elec-
tronic filing.
The free service, for
individual tax returns
only, is available from 10

a.m. to 2 p.m., on Fridays,
through April 11. Other
times may be scheduled
by appointment.
To make an appoint-
ment for free tax assis-
tance, call Lee Shook at

benefit Feb. 23
The United Wrestling
Alliance will be holding a
show to benefit the Vernon
Sports Complex on Satur-
day Feb. 23 in the old Ver-
non High School gym.
All proceeds benefit the
Vernon Sports Complex.
Admission is $7. Those
eight years and under are
free. Doors open at 6 pm.
Bell time 7 pm.

Tax help
Washington County
Council on Aging and
AARP are taking appoint-
ments for the 2007-08 tax
season through April 14.
Call the Council on Aging

at 638-6216 or 638-6217
to schedule an appoint-

Cardiac Life
Support Course
An Advanced Cardiac
Life Support Course will
be held Feb. 27, from 8
a.m.- 4 p.m. at Chipley
Volunteer Fire Department
on Hwy. 90. Cost of the
course is $75.To pre-reg-
ister call Heather Shelby,
RN, Education Coordina-
tor NFCH 415-8119.

C.A.R. will meet
Blue Springs Society,
C.A.R. will meet at 2 p.m.
Feb. 17 at Melvin Engi-
neering for a "Teddy Bear
Party." Members and
guests are asked to bring
favorite bears for wildfire
prevention tips from a vin-
tage "Smokey Bear."
This will be the last
chance to bring pennies
for "Kids Helping Kids"
for this C.A.R. year. The

goal is to raise10,000
pennies for "Teddy Bear
Bags" for local children
in crisis.
Please contact Dor-
cas Jackson at 579-2103
or snoopyxii60@hotmail.
com for additional infor-

Miss Circle City
of the Wiregrass
The annual pageant for
Miss Circle City of the
Wiregrass is scheduled
for March 29 at the Qual-
ity Inn in Dothan, Ala. It
is open to girls from Ala-
bama, Florida and Geor-
gia. For more information,
and an application blank,
call the director at 334-

computer lab
A community computer
lab conducted by Hol-
mes County High School
is from 3-5:30 p.m. ev-

ery Thursday. It will end
March 6.
Students and teachers
are available during that
time to help those wishing
to learn computer skills
ranging from surfing the
Internet to specific com-
puter programs. During
the lab, students are of-
fered the opportunity to
receive computer certifi-
The workshop is com-
pletely free and is being
offered as a service to the
community by the stu-
dents of Holmes County
High School.
Call Holmes County
High School at 547-9000,
for a sign-up sheet or to
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Lillian Harris
Lillian Louise Harris,
88, of Bonifay died Feb. 1
at her home. She was born'
Jan. 27, 1920, in Red Bay
to the late John Sanford
and Ezella Donie Toole
In addition to her par-
'ents, she was preceded
in death by her husband,
Hurshell Howell Harris
Sr., and two sons, Hurshell
Howell Harris Jr. and John
P. Harris.
Survivors include two
sons, Clyde Harris and
wife, Ester, Glyn Ray Har-
ris and wife, Sharon, all of
Bonifay; three daughters,
Linda Beck of Bonifay,
Carol Yules and husband,
Ken, of Debary, Wanda
Clayton of Dothan, Ala.;
18 grandchildren and 20
Funeral was held Feb.
3 at Harris Chapel Church
with the Rev. Tracy Hobbs
Burial was in the
church cemetery with Peel
Funeral Home of Bonifay

Dixie Acosta
Dixie Ray Acosta, 68,
of Bonifay died Feb. 1 at
her home. She was born
Aug. 5, 1939, in Gatlin-
burg, Tenn., to the late
Ellis and Martha Ethel
She was, preceded in
death by her parents; one
son, Bobby Joe Barns;
four brothers, Son, New-
ton, Rosie and Cliford
Ogle; four sisters, Mary
Lenze, Frankie Gibson,
Louvisha Guest and Doro-
thy Ogle.
Survivors include her
'husband, Domingo G.
Acosta; two sons, Roy
.Barns and wife, Renay, of
'Sevierville, Tenn., Billy
-Dreblow and wife, Sheila,.
of Bonifay; two daughters,
Martha Bush and husband,
Frankie, Shelia Fondo
and husband, Fred, all of
Bonifay; two brothers,
Wayne Ogle and Earnest
Ogle, both of Gatlinburg;
one sister, Trula Ogle of
Gatlinburg, 14 grandchil-
dren and one great-grand-
Memorialization was
by cremation with Peel
Funeral Home of Bonifay
in charge of arrangements.
A memorial service was
held Feb. 10 at Middle
'Creek Chapel in Pigeon
Forge, Tenn., with the
Rev. Daniel Sizemore of-
Burial was in Middle
Creek Cemetery.

Glen Knaub
Glen Henry Knaub, 74,
died Jan. 25 following a
long illness. He was born
April 7, 1933, in Newell,
S.D., to Mary and Henry
After a long Air Force
career, he ran galleys on
several boats, as well as
serving as deck hand in
Destin. He was an avid
sports fan and played on
his high school basketball
and football teams.
Survivors include his
wife of 39 years, Ola
Marler Knaub of Ponce
de Leon; three sons, Joey
Brennan of Ponce de Leon,
Danny Bennan of Fort
Walton Beach and Curtis
Knaub of South Dakota;
daughters, .Lisa Gygi of
Crestview, Rhonda Stapp
of Panama City and Kim
Hockelberry of Derby,
Kansas; a sister, Becky
Finn and husband, Steve,
of Gillette, Wyoming;
brother, Wilbur Knaub
and wife, Hazel, of New-
ell, 16 grandchildren and,
five great-grandchildren.
Memorial services
were Jan 30 at First Pres-
byterian Church in Destin.
Davis-Watkins Funeral
Home was in charge of ar-
Memorial donations
may be made to First Pres-
byterian Church in Destin,
the Kidney Foundation, or
Chipley Dialysis Center.

Henry Curry
Henry E. Curry, 76, of
Westville died Jan. 31 in
Bonifay. He was born Jan.
21, 1932, to the late Henry
Hulder and Eva Irene Bra-
zile Curry of Westville.
Survivors include two
daughters, Linda Curry
of San Diego, Calif., and
Eve Richardson of Coryd-
on, Ind.; one son, Henry
Holden "Craig" Curry
of Phoenix, Ariz.; and a
brother, Marlin Curry of
Services were held Feb.
7 in the funeral home cha-
pel with the Rev. Paul Da-
vis officiating.
Burial was in Westville
City Cemetery with Peel
Funeral Home of Bonifay

Wandis Daniels
Wandis Lipford Dan-
iels, 68, of Marianna died
Feb. 3 at her residence.
She was a homemaker. A
native and life-long resi-
dent of Jackson County,
she had retired from Rus-
sell Corporation.

Daniels was preceded
in death by a son, Eddie
Survivors include her
husband, Nolan I. Daniels;
two sons, Ricky Hagans of
Alford, Larry Daniels and
wife, Denise, of Elyria,
Ohio; a daughter, Rhonda
Weeks of Molino; three
brothers, Millard Lipford
and Virgil Lipford, both of
Marianna, and Ervin Lip-
ford of Woodville, three
sisters, Odean Porter of
Marianna, Betty Lou Mc-
Clendon of Altha, and Ha-
zel Obert of Cottondale;
five grandchildren and six
Funeral. was held Feb.
6 at Maddox Chapel with
the Rev. Ellis Vickery of-
Burial was in Lipford
.Cemetery with James
& Sikes Funeral Home,
Maddox Chapel of Mari-
anna, directing.

Jerry Griffin
Jerry Lee Griffin, 64,
of Caryville died Feb. 4
at Malcolm Randall VA
Medical Center in Gaines-
ville. He was bom Sept.
26, 1943, in Cusseta, Ga.,
to the late Odie Lee and
Mittie Mae Dupree Grif-
Survivors include his
wife, Irma Tillis Griffin
of Caryville; three sons,
Christopher Wayne Griffin
of Panacea, Jerry Prevatt
and Red Prevatt, both of
Caryville; three daughters,
Christian Faye Mann and
husband, James, of Boni-
fay, Sandy Hall and hus-
band, Steve, of Caryville,
Terry Phillips and hus-
band, Mike, of Mulberry;
two brothers, Robert Grif-
fin and wife, Frances of
Bonifay, and Sam Griffin

of Caryville;' one sister,
Linda Carrway of Lynn
Haven; 13 grandchildren
and one great-grandson.
Services were Feb. 8
at Caryville Evangelis-
tic Church with the Revs.
Wayne and Cindy Bran-
non. officiating.
Burial was in New
Bethany Assembly of God
Church cemetery in Wash-
ington County with Peel
Funeral Home of Bonifay

James Q. Lee
James Quincy Lee, 87,.
of Bonifay died Feb. 2 at
Bay Medical Center in
Panama City. He was the
son of the late Silas Lee
and the late Mary (Brock)
He was a member of
the American Legion and
the Washington-Holmes
Cattlemen's Association.
He had more than 20
years in law enforcement
in Holmes and Washing-
ton counties. He served
in the Navy during World
War II.
Survivor include one
daughter, Janis (Lee)
Johnson and husband,
Wayne, of Bonifay; two
sons, Silas D. Lee and
wife, Kimberly of West-
ville, James W. (Bill) Lee
and wife, Frances M., of
Bonifay; a brother, John
D. Lee of Bonifay; eight
grandchildren, six great-
Funeral service was
held Feb. 6 at Bethel
Primitive Baptist Church
with Dr. Jeff Spicer and
the Rev. Jeep Sullivan of-
Burial was in Bethel
Cemetery in Bonifay with
Sims Funeral Home of
Bonifay directing.


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Jimmy D. Smith
Jimmy D. Smith, 64, of
Marianna died February 6,
2008 at Jackson Hospital.
Smith was born in Hol-
mes County and had lived
'in Marianna for many
years where he retired as a
Lt. with the Marianna Fire
Department after 28 years
of service.
He also served as a po-
lice officer from 1977 to
1999. Jimmy was a mem-
ber of Holly Grove Church
were he was a song leader
and a deacon.
Smith was preceded
in death by his parents,
James and Lucille Clark
Smith and his father-in-
law, Harvey Ross.
Survivors include his
wife; Linda F. Smith, his
daughter, Lisa M. Collins
and husband Tony, all of
Marianna; his mother-in-

law, Lena E. Ross; three
brothers, Edward Smith
and wife Regina of Bris-
tol, Phillip Smith and wife
Margaret of Altha and
Glen Smith and wife Pam
of Marianna; two sisters,
Dottie Smith of Mari-
anna, Debra Lynn Mc-
Clain and husband David
of Chipley; a sister-in-law
Pamela Ross of Marianna;
two grandchildren; four
great-grandchildren and a
large extended family of
cousins, nieces and neph-
Funeral service was
Feb. 9 at Holly Grove
Church with the Revs. Ir-
vin Jennison and Donnie
Hussey officiating. Burial
followed in Dykes. Cem-
etery at the church with
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel in
charge of arrangements.

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Benefit sing
and fish fry
Feb. 23
A benefit sing and fish
fry for Randall Truett,
Washington County EMS
director, will be held Feb.
23 beginning at noon at
the Possum Palace in
Among those providing
entertainment will be The
Millers, New Beginning
Gospel Band, Tabitha Ar-
nold, Pee Wee Johns and
the Good for Nothing
Band and others.
Fish dinner plates are
$5 each.
Donated items will be
raffled off. Raffle tickets
are $2 each.
Select items will be
All proceeds go direct-
ly to Randall Truett to help
with the extra expense in-
curred during his battle
with cancer.

JROTC scores
well on range
Chipley High School
rifle team has just com-
pleted their rifle matches
of 2007-08, ending the
season with the champion-
ship shoulder to shoulder
match at Perry.
Chipley High placed
third over all in the North
Florida JROTC Rifle
League out of 15 schools.

The varsity team attended
the championship match
in Perry.
C/1SG Josh McKane
took third highest indi-
vidual standing position.
Commander C/SGT Ra-
chel Walls took fourth
highest individual stand-
ing position.
The five-member var-
sity team consists of:
Commander C/SGT Ra-
chel Walls, C/1SG Josh
McKane, C/CSM Leon-
ard Wiser, C/SGT Jason
Christmas, and C/CPL
Phillip Pizzitola.
The junior varsity team
cadets are: C/MSG Ste-
ven Foxworth, C/21t Matt
Moody, C/SFC Kevin Ra-
mos, C/llt Matt Knotts,
and C/CPL Rochelle Wis-

Road work
Weather permitting;
milling and paving opera-
tions will begin the week
of Feb. 18, on Campbell-
ton Highway (SR 273),
from SR 77 to just south
of the, Alligator Creek
Motorists can expect in-
termittent lane restrictions
during construction. The
2.8 mile project should be
complete April 2008.
Drivers are reminded to
use caution, watch for traf-
fic flaggers and to obey the
posted speed limit when
traveling through the work


VMS Black
History program
on Feb. 22
Vernon Middle School
will host its Black History
program on Friday Feb.
22, at 9 a.m. in the VMS
Michael Grady and the
New Gulf Coast Choir
along with the VMS Cho-
rus under the direction of
Aubrey Herndon will be
performing, followed by
Reginald Jones, anchor
person for WTVY Chan-
nel 4, who will be the
guest speaker.

Miss CHS
Pageant set for
Feb. 16
The Chipley High
School Student Council
is again sponsoring the
Miss CHS Pageant, to be
held on Saturday, Feb. 16,
at 7 p.m. in the CHS au-
ditorium. Admission will
be $5.
This year's pageant will
bring back the contestants
on the big screen in a vid-
eo spotlight featuring each
contestant speaking along
with her favorite music
and picture montage.
Additionally, the on-
stage presentation will
include casual wear mod-

eling routines for each
contestant, a group rou-
tine, and evening gown
Awards to be presented
at the pageant are: Im-
promptu Essay; Casual
Wear; Evening Gown;
Video Spotlight; Second
Runner-up; First Runner-
up; and Miss CHS 2008. A
special congeniality award
will also be presented to
the contestant who was
voted Miss CHS Favorite
by the student body.
Any former Miss CHS
who would like to be rec-
ognized at this year's pag-
eant is asked to call Carol
Schimpf at 638-6100 ext.
510 as soon as possible.

BCF Spring
Preview Day
Friday, March 28, The
Baptist College of Florida
(BCF) will host its spring
Preview Day, beginning
at 9 am. guests are invited
to spend time on campus
exploring the degree pro-
grams, meeting the facul-
ty, gathering information
on financial aid, learning
the computer and library
capabilities, and experi-
encing the student activi-
ties on campus.
To register for Preview
Day, contact the BCF Ad-
missions Office at 800-
328-2660 ext. 460 or sim-
ply register online at www.

Eulene Cullifer turns 80
Eulene Cullifer will soon be 80 years. She will cel-
ebrate the event at a party 2 p.m. Feb. 16 at Mt. Pleasant
Church on Mt. Pleasant Road in Westville.
All family and friends are invited to stop at the church
for refreshments and to exchange wonderful memories
with "Granny."


National Veterinary Dental Health Month

February is National
Veterinary Dental Health
Month a good time
to make sure poochie's
pearly whites are in good
shape since dental disease
is often a big problem af-
fecting pets.
Proper dental health can
solve much more than bad
breath. The Academy of
Veterinary Dentistry was
established in 1987 and
has dedicated its efforts to
educate pet owners about
proper veterinary dental
care. Many health prob-
lems can be prevented
through simple dental care
practices by veterinarians
and pet-owners.
Experts say the mouth
is the gateway to health.
If problems arise in the
mouth, they can possibly
be transferred via the cir-
culatory system to cause
more serious problems in
vital organs.
Dr. J.R. "Bert" Dodd,
clinical associate professor
and veterinary dentist at
the College of Veterinary
Medicine & Biomedical

Military News
Marine Corps Pvt.
Daniel W. Carroll, son of
Shelia M. Carroll of West-
ville, recently completed
12 weeks of basic training
at Marine Corps Recruit
Depot, Parris Island, S. C.
Marine Corps Pvt.
Thomas M. Thornton,
son of Julie M. Sasser of
Cottondale and John E.
Thornton of Ozark,Ala. re-
cently completed 12 weeks
of basic training at Marine
Corps Recruit Depot, Par-
ris Island, S. C.

Sciences at Texas A&M
University, believes the
mouth can be a source of
infection in joints, lungs,
the heart and liver. Bac-
teria are released into the
bloodstream every time a
pet che\ts or plays with
to s. ... ,
"Dental disease can
contribute to general-
ized systemic disease in
veterinary patients it's'
not merely a localized or
cosmetic problem," says
Dodd. "In fact, dental
disease is the No. 1 dis-
ease entity affecting adult
In a study done by the
American Veterinary Den-
tal Society, more than 80
percent of dogs and 70 per-
cent of cats develop some
degree of periodontal dis-
ease by 3 years of age.
This may include gingivi-
tis, periodontal infections,
malocclusions, fractured
teeth, oral tumors or pain-
ful cavity-like lesions.
Dodd explains that
periodontal disease is a
disease of neglect and that

LOPD Honors
The Live Oak Police
Department held its an-
nual awards banquet on
Dec. 12.
Officer Derek Slaugh-
ter, a member of the U.S.
Army Military Police Unit
2145, was presented a
proclamation from the city
recognizing him for his
service to America and the
city as well as his five year
service award for his time
as an officer with LOPD.
Slaughter left for his sec-
ond tour in Iraq on De-
cember 15. Waiting for his
return are his wife Tracy
and son Paton.
Derek is the son of

almost 95 of the cases he
sees at the Texas A&M
University Small Animal
Hospital are cases of peri-
odontal disease.
Semi-annual exams, an
annual professional clean-
ing, and appropriate iuse
. .of, chew, tys, water addi-
tives and treats are all vital
parts of a healthy dental
regimen. For those pets
already experiencing peri-
odontal disease, a cleaning
every 4-6 months is neces-
Dodd also explained
that pets can easily be
trained to have their teeth
brushed by their owners
and this activity should be
a part of an animal's over-
all healthcare program.
Pet owners should work
closely with their veteri-
narians to ensure that pets
are receiving appropriate
dental care. It is impera-
tive that pet owners know
what "normal" because
it allows owners to more
easily identify when prob-
lems arise.
Dodd notes that when

Frank and Janice Slaugh-
ter of Live Oak, the grand-
son of Louie Slaughter
of Westville and Margie
Burch of Bonifay.

inspecting their pets'
teeth and mouths, own-
ers should look for broken
teeth, bad breath, loose
or discolored teeth, tarter
buildup, pawing of the
face, jaw quiver, dropping
of food during chewing,
avoidance of feed though
desired and any change in
preference for food. Such
an approach by pet owners
is vital in preventing peri-'
odontal disease and other,
more serious complica-
tions, he believes.
"As human healthcare
and dentistry have im-
proved through further re-
search and advancements
in technology, so has vet-
erinary dentistry," he adds.
"But just like human den-
tal care, the simplest and
most effective treatment is
still prevention."
Pet Talk is a service of
the College of Veterinary
Medicine & Biomedical
Sciences, Texas A&M
University. Stories can be
viewed on the World Wide
Web at http://tamunews.

Suzanne Artley
makes Dean's
List at SEU
Suzanne Artley, a junior
at Southeastern Univer-
sity in Lakeland makes the
Dean's List for her fourth
completed semester. Su-
zanne was a 2005 Gradu-
ate of Bethlehem High
She has started the
Spring semester and is on
the ladies' tennis team.

Austin Randall Linder
Austin Randall Linder was born at North Okaloosa
Medical Center in Crestview, Oct. 22, 2007. Austin
weighed 8'pounds, 5 ounces and was 21 inches long.
He is the son of Chris and Angie Linder of Westville.,
His grandparents are Randy and Joyce Vickers of West-
ville, Donna Hudson of New Hope and George and Re-.
gina Linder of Mobile, Ala. His great grandparents are '
the late Tommy and Mabel Williams of Westville, Bill
and Ruth Vickers of Bethlehem and Joyce Smith of Do-
than, Ala. He also has two great-great-grandmas Bessie
Mitchell and Mary Vickers. His big sister, Chloe (above)"
welcomed him home. ... ,

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Jaycie Arena Hightower
Jamie and Jessica Hightower announce the birth of
their daughter Jaycie Arena. She was born Dec. 18 at
Flowers Hospital in Dothan, Ala. and weighed seven
pounds, five ounces and was 19-1/2,inches long., ,, .
Her maternal grandparents are Jess and Nan Bruner
of Graceville. Paternal grandparents are the late Ardis'
(Jr.) and Helen (Squeaky) Hightower of Bonifay.
Her big sister, Jaylee welcomed her home.

Trevor and Kaylee Bush
Cousins Trevor and Kaylee Bush celebrated their fifth
birthdays on Jan. 28. They each had a bowling party at
the bowling ally in Marianna.
Trevor is the son of Brian and Pam Bush of Chipley.
Kaylee is the daughter of William Bush and Rebecca
Chambliss of Cottondale.

Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser Wednesday, February 13, 2008 9B 0

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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. 5 4 9
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 ^ J .
Edition. The News/Times-Advertiserwill 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
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. MAILING ADDRESSES
ASi $ 6. 5. Holmes County Times-Advertiser Washington County News
For Your Convenience We Accept & REACH OVER 40,000 READERS FOR AS LiTLE AS $6.50 P.. Box 67, Bonifay, FL 32425 P.O. Box 627, Chipley, FL 32428

1100 Legal Advertising CLAIMING BY,
1110 Classified Notices THROUGH, UNDER, AND
1120- Public Notices/ AGAINST THE HEREIN
1130- Adoptions FNAT WHO
1140- Happy Ads DEFENDANT(S) WHO
1150- Personals ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
1160-Lost DEAD OR ALIVE,
1170- Found WHETHER SAID UN-
DMivision Probate DOE AS UNKNOWN TEN-
Deceased. SURE SALE
GIVEN pursuant to a Sum-
The administration of the mary Final Judgment of
estate of Catherine A. Foreclosure dated
Mixon, deceased, whose 15/2008, entered in Civil
date of death was Novem- Case No. 67-2007-CA-357
ber 23, 2007, and whose of the Circuit Court of the
social security number is 14TH Judicial Circuit in
246.12.3881, is pending in and for WASHINGTON
the Circuit Court for Wash- County,, Florida, I will sell
ington County, Florida, to the highest and best
Probate Division, the ad- bidder for cash at FRONT
dress of which is PC Box OF THE COURTHOUSE at
397, Bonifay, FL 32425. the WASHINGTON County
The names and addresses Courthouse located at
of the personal represent- 1293 JACKSON AVE,
ative and the personal BUILDING 100, 1ST
representative's attorney FLOOR in Florida, at
are set forth below. 11:00 a.m. on the 17 day
All creditors of the dece- of March, 2008 the follow-
dents and other persons ing described property as
having claims or demands set forth in said Summary
against decedent's estate Final Judgment, to-wit:
on whom a copy of this
notice is required to be LOT 55, BLOCK 3, AC-,
served must file their claim CORDING TO THE PLAT
All other creditors of the 15 WEST.
decedent and other per-
sons having claims or de- Any person claiming an
mands against decedent's interest in the surplus from
estate must file their the sale, if any, other than
claims with this court the property owner as of
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AF- the date of the is pend-
TER THE DATE OF THE ens. must file a claim
FIRST PUBLICATIONS OF within 60 days after the
WITHIN THE TIME PERI- Dated this 28 day of Jan.,
TION 733.702 OF THE
CODE WILL BE FOREVER Clerk of the Circuit Court
BARRED. By: K.McDaniel
OF DEATH IS BARRED. 801 S. University Drive
The date of first publica- Suite 500
tion of this notice is Feb. Plantation, FL 33324
6, 2008. (954)233-8000
Attorney for Personal Rep- 07-02486(EMC)
Attorney for Julia M. THE AMERICANS WITH
'Cindy' Lee DISABILITIES ACT, per-
Florida Bar No. 0182044 sons with disabilities
Post Office Box 1129, needing a special accom-
Chipley, Florida 32428 modation should contact
Telephone: (850) COURT ADMINISTRA-
638-7587 TION, at the WASHING-
Fax: (850) 638-3409 TON County Courthouse
at 904-763-9061,
Personal Representative: 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or
Julia M. 'Cindy' Lee 1-800-955-8770, via Flor-
5809 DF Road ida Relay Service.
Caryville, Florida 32427 As published in the Wash-
ington County News Feb-
Anthony J. Mixon ruary 6,313, 2008.
79 Oakwdod Village
Apt #10
Flanders, NJ 07836
As published in the Wash-
ington County News Feb- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
ruary 6, 1, 2008. FOR

CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR Case No. 67-08-CP-03
CASE NO: Deceased.
pTRUSTEEI The administration of the
VS. CHAEL KING, deceased,
whose date of death was

1100 | 1100 1150 || 2100 11 3220 3320 -
December 11, 2007, is torney or immediately CNA/HHA, seeking pa- Pure Bred Beagle Pup- B&B Furniture 1342
pending in the Circuit Attorney for Personal Rep- thereafter; otherwise a de- tient care errands or com- pies just in time for North RR Avenue, Chip- FRUIT TREES $10.87
Court for Washington resentative: fault will be entered panion in your home part Valentine's Day. Reduced ley. We pay cash for Flowering and shade
County, Florida, Probate James C. Banks, Esquire against you for the relief time hours, flexible. Call to $100.. Health Certifi- clean, quality furniture. Trees also Azaleas, Gar-
Division, the address of LawOtceof James demanded in the com- Nancy 850-638-8334 cates and shots. Call any- 850-557-0211 or denias, MANY other
which is Post Office Box C plaint or petition. Dated: time 850-547-1869 850-415-6866. Ask for Shrubs $1.87. Swanson's
647, Chipley, FL Banks, PA 1/30/2008. Reward for Pasco or Carolyn All Ways Growin Nursery
324280647 The names Florida Bar No. 281670 Reward for Informa- PIPaso 1658 Hwy177A11mi. NW
and addresses of the per- 810 Thomasville Rd LINDA COOK tion leading to person !g' Ethan Allen China Cabi- Bonifay. 850-547-2938
sonal representative and Tallahassee, Florida Clerk of the Circuit Court responsible for hitting 2120 net, trundle bed, floor Tues-Sat.
the personal representa- 32303 BY: K McDaniel and causing severe in- lamp, Kitchen Aid with
tive's attoey are set forth (850)681-1010 / 222-8843 Deputy Clerk jury and euthanasia of Innotek SD 2000 inattachmets. Call for
below. Telefax As published in the Wash- beloved family dog ground training system ap p o i n t m e n t Leoa Brock Nurseries
As published in the Wash- ington County News (Large Yellow Male Lab) with extra collar and 500 850-535-6256 LLC Plants, trees and
All creditors of the dece- ington County News Feb- February 13, 20, 2008. on Ledger Road, of wire. 850-547-4874 850-535-6256 LLC Plants,trees and
dent and other persons ruary 13, 20, 2008. 2/2/08. 260-1866. -- -- Furniture & Mattresses sign, landscape contract-
dent and other persons ry Low, low, low overhead ing irrigation systems.
having claims or edmands guarantees low, low, low 1788 White Road,,Bonifay,
against the decedent's es- prices. P&S Discount Fur- FL 32425 (Washington
tate on whom a copy of Notice of Receipt of nature, Chipley. (Since County) (850)638-1202;
this notice is required to Stormwater Application 1160 1973) 850-638-4311 326-1500
be served must file their IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
claims with this court OF THE FOURTEENTH Notice is hereby given that Reward for Informa-
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN pursuant to Chapter 373 tlon leading to safe re-
MONTHS AFTER THE AND FOR WASHINGTON Florida Statutes and turn of stolen dog from MEHANDISE 3230
TIME OF THEIRSTN COUNTY, FLORIDA Chapter 62-346, Florida Ledger Road 2/2/08.
ATI N OFT B- COUNTY FLORIDA Chapter 62-346, Florida Dog is a black and tan 3100 Antiques Moving Sale! Inside
TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER NO Administrative Code male Rottweiller/Shep 3110- Appliances house at 1292 Church St
THE DATE OF SERVICE 67 7-DP- NO.: (FA.C.), the following ap- mix, approx. 1 year old, 3130 Auctions Sat, Feb 16, 8am to 2pm
OF A COPY OF THIS plications for an Individual white patch on chest. 3140 Baby Items Furniture, linens, piano,
NOTICE ON THEM. IN THE INTEREST OF Stormwater Permit have Extra dew claws on 3150 Building Supplies kitchen items, pictures,
All other creditors of the D.M been received by the back legs. Child's pet. 3160 Business books. 638-7934
All other creditors of the DOB: 04/10/1991 Northwest Florida Water 260-1866. 3170 Equipment EMPLOYMENT
decedent and other per- A FEMALE MINOR Management District: 3180 Computers Davis St. Some furniture, 4100 Help Wanted
sons having claims or de- QCHILD Application #131, re- 3190 Electronics baby stuff. Come by and 4130 Employment
mands against the dece- ceived January 28, 2008, \' 3200 Firewood Visit 700-Untilnformation
dent's estate must file NOTICE OF ACTION from Ron Starling, for de- 3210 Free Pass it On Visit. 7:00-Unti.
Their claims with this court TERMINATION OF PA- velopment of Cypress Bay I 3230 GarageYard Sales
WIHI 3 M hsS u AF-4rr YardSales
WTER THIN3E DATE OF THOSE RENTAL RIGHTS ADVI- subdivision, with 41 ap- 3240 Guns E
FITER THPUBLE DICAT OF THE SORY HEARING proximately one-acre lots, 3250 Good Things to Eat I 3240 i 4100
FIRST PUBLICATION OF .r3260 Heallh & Fitness
THIS NOTICE. TO:Michelle Edwards roadways, drainage, and r 3270 JewelryvClolhing 30 Cal. Army carbine-30
IMS NOTFIE T icee wars stormwater infrastructure 3280 Machinery/ rd clip, clean. $300.00 Art/Entertainment/Media
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- at the SW corner of the in- 320- ei uipment 638-1991
WITHIN THE TIME PERI- FIEDthat a petition under tersection of Millers Ferry 2100- Pets 3300- Miscellaneous
ODS SET FORTH IN SEC- oath, has been filed in the Rd. and George Skipper 2110 Pets: Free to 3310 Musical Instruments l Photographer
TION 733.702 OF THE above-styled court for the Rd., New Hope. Interested Good Home 3320 Plants & Shrubs/
FLORIDA PROBATE termination of rental persons may comment 2120- Pet Supples Supplies anto3300 Washinton County
CODE WILL BE FOREVER rights and the permanent upon these applications or 2130 Farm Animals/ 330 ReSpotaurantGootel 1999 EZ-GO golf-cart, News & Holmes County
BARRED. commitment of F.D.M. a submit a written request 2140- Pets/Livestock 3350-Tickets (Buy & Sell) very good condition. Times-Advertiser, a divi-
NOTWITHSTANDING T female child born on April for a staff report contain- Wanted $1,700. 535-4121 sion of Florida Freedom
NOTHSAIN 10, 1991 to the Florida, ing proposed agency ac- Catfish newspaper, isig seeking
TIME PERIODS SET Department of Children tion regarding the applica- 3 1OO I reporter/photographer.
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) and Related Services, a tion by writing the North- 2100Wanted To Buy antiques, You catch catfish, $1.50 Excellent company
YEARS OR MOREDAFTER 'n ed i li west Florida Water Man-
YEARS OR MORE AFTER agency, for subsequeng et Disricts ERP 2 Male Shih-tzu puppies collectibles, gold, silver, pound. Gilbert Catfish benefits.
THE DECEDENT'S DATE agency for subsequent agement Districts ERP Of AKC approved. Born dinnerware, collections, Pond, located @ 2845
OF DEATH IS BARRED. adoption fice, 800 Hospital Dr., hristmas day, ready for paintings, call Al Schmidt Highview Circle, Chipley, Send resume to: Editor,
Crestview, FL. Such corn- Valentine's. $300 each. 850-638-7304 Florida. Phone: Washington County
The date of first publica- NOW THEREFORE, Mi- ments or requests must 850-638-9907 850-638-8633. News
tion of this notice is Feb- chelle Edwards, you are be received by 5:00 p.m. Fish for salefor stocking 1364 N. Railroad Ave.
ruary 13,2008 hereby commanded to be within 14 days from date AKC Mastiff puppiesI 4 Fi s four sandorlak so32428
Attome forPersonalRe and appear in the above of publication. left, vet checked, shots, 3180 your pond or lake; cop-
resentative:r Personal Rep- court, before the Honora- No further public notice w o r m e d REFURBISHED COM- cracker, channel, catfish, Or e-mail to:
Kerryble Allen L. Register, Cir- will be provided regarding $1000.850-768-1146 PUTERS starting @ mosquito-fish and Florida afelsbergs
PostKerry AdkisBoxn669 int Judgeat the Wash- these applications. Per- $75.00, internet ready, largemouth bass. chipleypaper.com
Chipley, FL 32428-0669 house, 1293 Jackson Ave- sons wishing to remain FREE to good home, 2yr trade-ins welcome, AFTER (850)547-2215 No phone calls
(850) 638-2643 nueChipley,Washington advised of further pro- old male Weimaraner, 6PM ONLY, serving the p one
Florida Bar No. 0843253 nueCnty, Floridaon Thurs- ceedings or to receive a AKC reg., very. friendly. public over 12 years. Large Pony for sale, paint Drug Free Workplace.
day, March 13, 2008, at copy of theTechnical Staff Call 850-638-2145 or "After Hours COMPUT- color. Call 850-535-0125 EOE
Personal Representative: 8:30 a.m., for a TERMINA- Report should request that 850-260-2236 ERS" (850)547-0088 for more information.
Carolyn Cook TION OF PARENTAL in writing to the address
4299 Wilderness Road RIGHTS ADVISORY above or by e-mail to L IF E T IM E
Vernon, FL 32462. HEARING. You must ap- ErpPermits@nwfwmd.st L I F EIE
pear on the date and at ate.fl.us. On U Ain ni "A i
As published in the Wash- the time specified. FAIL- Substantially affectedper- POW ERTRAIN W ARRANTY
ington County News, Feb- URE TO PERSONALLY sons are entitled to re-
ruary 13, 20, 2008. APPEAR AT THIS ADVI- quest an administrative "Peace Of Mind That Lasts A Lifetime"
SORY HEARING CONSTI- hearing, pursuant to Title
TUTES YOUR CONSENT 28, Florida Administrative
TO THE TERMINATION Code, regarding the pro-
OF PARENTAL RIGHTS posed agency action byt
TO THIS CHILD. IF YOU submitting a written re-
Deceased official seal as the Circuit REQUEST FOR PRO-
:Judge of said Court this POSAL
CASE NO: 2008-CP-07 :17 day of January, 2008.
DIVISION: PROBATE Tri-County Community
NOTIC O RET osJUDGE ALLEN L. REGIS- Council, Inc., is soliciting DG DAM CE CA B
As published in the Wash- qualifications underthis 2008DODGE RAM 1500 REG. CAB
The administration of the ington County News Feb- an independent Certified 3.7L V-6, Air, AM/FM CD Player, 17 Inch Wheels
estate of Dorothea Saun- ruary 6, 13, 20,27, 2008. Public Accounting Firm to 3.71 V-6, Air, AM/FM OD Player, 17 Inch Wheels
ders, deceased, whose conductthe agency's an-
date of death was Novem- conduct the agency and compli-
ber 14, 2007, is pending nualinancial and compli-it.
in the Circuit Court for For a copy ofthe Proposalu
Washington County, Flor- Packet, please contact: $
ida, Probate Division, the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Tri-CounV Community A t
address of which is Clerk OF THE FOURTEENTH Council, Inc., Attn: Janice
of the Circuit Court, Pro- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Richards, RO. Box 1210,
bate Dision, Washington AND FOR WASHINGTON Bonifay, FL 32425 (850)
County Courthouse, Post COUNTY, FLORIDA 547-3689
Office Box 647, Chipley, All proposals submitted
Florida, 32428. The CASE NO. 67-07-CA-478 shall be received no later
names and addresses of than Monday, February
the personal represent- CAPITAL CITY BANK, 25, 2008; 4:00 p.m., and .. .
tive and the personal rep- must meet all require-
resentative's attorney are vs. ments as outlined in the DODGE RAM 1500 MEGA CABS...SAVE
set forth below. packet to be considered. DODGE RAM 1500 MEGA CABS...SAVES12FOOO
All creditors of the dece- BRENDA ANN JUDD, The Council reserves the
who have claims or de- KNOWN TENANT(S), proposals. DODGE RAM 3500 QUAD CAB ....SAVEe a or o 14 ,0 0 0
mands against decedent's As published in the Wash-
estate, including unma- Defendants. ington County News, Fob-
tured, contingent or unliq- ruary 13, 2008. DODGE NITROS ................. SAVE 6 ,5 0 0
uidated claims, and who NOTICE OF ACTION
have been served a copy
of this notice, must file TO: BRENDAANN JUDD,
TER THE DATE OF THE an action seeking specific DODGE MAGNUM R/T SAVE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF performance of a Mort- The Town of Ebro is issu-
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY gage contract or to fore- ing a Request for Pro-$11 .0 0 0
(30) DAYS AFTER THE close an Mortgage on the posals for Planning and JEEP COMMANDERS........... SAVE 11,0 0 0
DATE OF SERVICE OF A property located in Wash- Land Use Services. To re-

ON THEM. and moreparticularlyd- you may contact Linda ,JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE .......SAVEC12,O O O

demands against the de- SUNNY HILLS UNIT SIX, the Town of Ebro no later
cedent'sestate, including according to the Plat than 12:00 p.m. April 1,
unmatured, contingent or thereof as recorded in P 0at 2008 S Town Welco me -Just Ordina r

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m 10B Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Avon Representa- Educational
-------tives needed in Boni- Healthcare
Drive Automotive fay, Chipley, Wanted; Preschool
I I Graceville, Wausau, NHC HOMECARE Teacher. Experience pre-
I DRIVERS WANTED- I Local dealer I Vernon, Caryville, "Quality Care is Our feared. Apply in person at
Tri-County Community, expanding in Holmes I Ponce de Leon. Ask Business" Academy of Learning and
Council, Inc. is accept- and Washington county I about mini-kit. v Hy9
I ng applications for the communities. Seeking 1640 "SIGN ON BONUS Chipley 638-4433.
I Walton County Trans- I responsible, experi- 850-547-1640. Dwayne AVAILABLE"
I portation Program. enced salesman. Call I Atkins ISR "MILEAGE REM-
Great Benefit Package. Shaun 850-785-4372 or I BURSABLE"
I I 850-260-4001 for inter- Hardee's Franchise
I REQUIREMENTS: Must I view. owned by Geneva En- FULL TIME PHYSICAL
1 be 25 years of age and I - 'terprises, LLC is look- THERAPIST
have an Operators ing for experienced shift FULL TIME PTA
SDriver's License with at leaders for the following
I least 5 years driving ex-I store locations: Ge- Resume to:
I perience without viola-I neva, Cottondale, Chip- 850-638-1635 Attn: Me-
tions. Must agree to an-1 General ley and Youngstown. lissa Finch. Or apply in Mr
nual physical and back- There are competitive person at 1513 Hwy 90,
Ground screening. I Position: Grounds benefits and salary Chipley, FL 32428 Are you an energy
I I Keeper based on experience. 850-526-5827 Attn: Mel- worker? If so,
DUTIES: Transport1 The City of Chipley is ac- For more information ody Hatcher. Or apply
riders to a, cepting applications for a call Kathy Holt at (850 in person at 4121 Lafa- opportunity to faun
Ipre-determined sched-I Grounds Keeper. Mini- 547-9007. yette St, Marianna, FL growing company
I ule. Use two-way radio. I mum Qualifications: must 32446 t
Must be able to secure I have completed W.C. in- Paramedic/Fire to travel and have
wheelchairs '(will train);haFigter
be team player ass I mate supervisor training Fighter Come by, introduce
Iing other drivers when Icourse and have a valid Must be eua high school an appli
needed; enjoy working 1 W.C.I. card, or be eligible graduate or equivalent ail
with elderly, disabled for card; general knowl- ence beyond obtaining -Weoffer great be
Sand other riders. edge of lawn care; basic the required certifica- Cashier-Jerkins, Inc. is eo
I I knowledge of the func- tions for the position, seeking a friendly, reliable employees such a;
I Applications may be I tions of lawn equipment; Must be certified as a and trustworthy individual and dental insure
obtained at any of theI ability to project a courte- Paramedic by the FL to greet and communicate
Tri-County Community ous and polite attitude to Department of well with the public while purchase, vacc
I Council, Inc. offices and public, supervisors and Health-Bureau of Emer- performing duties as cash- insurance, unifo
I submitted by Monday, I subordinates; and able to agency Medical Ser- ier Requirements are a
February 18 at 4:30v high school diploma,
p.m. For information communicate effectively vices. Certification dn cran c
Call Sharon Kent, Ad-1 both orally and in writing. Fire Fighting Standards. computer and calculator
call SatnenaewCertification in CPR and skills a must.
I ministrative Manager, I Mail or hand deliver appli- A.Cercbo L n CP si preferred. Work week is bc
(850) 547-3689. I cation and/or resume to can'Red Cross, EVOC, Monday-Saturday. Apply
SCity Clerk, City of Chipley, valid Florida driver li at Jerkins or email resume
ISuccessful applicant I P.O. Box 1007, Chipley, cense. Starting Salary to Janis@jerkinsinc.com. We are
I will be subject to I Florida 32428. Deadline: $30,688.97/yr -W
I pre-employment drug I February 20, 2008, 4:00 Submit Jackson County
Test. I P.M. EOE/Drug Free employment application -Me
Only qualified appli- I Workplace to the Human Re- Trades -Class A
I Only qualified appli- I sources Dept., 2864
Icants will be consid- Madison St., Marianna, Want An Opportunity -Equipme
Iered. FL 32448. PH (850) with a growing company? -Constructiol
482-9633 Want to work hard and be
I EQUAL OPPORTUNITY I www.jacksoncountyhr.o rewarded- for it? Reed www.trawickc
I EMPLOYER AND Experienced mechanic rg Deadline to apply is Concrete and Construc-
DRUG AND SMOKE needed full time. Call 02-25-08. tion, Inc., in Bonifay would 1555 South Boul
FREE WORKPLACE 334-684-3646 or Fax re- Drug-Free like to talk with you. 850.6
L" -------- sume 334-684-3713. Workplace/EOE/V.Pref/ 850-547-5767 850.(


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HUD HOMES! 7BR $199/mo! 2/BR
Foreclosure! $246/mo! Stop Renting! 5%
dw, 20 yrs @ 8% apr For Listings (800)366-
9783 Ext 5853.

Homes For Sale

Greenville, SC Own a Beautiful, New 3BD/
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$10,000! 1-3 bedroom available! Repos,
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Foreclosures! Buy 1-4bd Homes from $199/
mo Financing Refs Available! 5%dn, 20yrs
@ 8%apr! For Listings & info (800)482-

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ABank Repo! 7/BR $12,900! 3/BR $11,000!
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NC MOUNTAINS 2 acres with great view,
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COASTAL GA 1/2 acre+ $89,900. Incredible
community, water & marsh views, Year-
round temperate weather in the Golden Isles.
Enjoy boating, fishing, walking, family/
retirement living. Great financing available.
CALL (888)513-9958 Visit www.peninsula-


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Home. *Medical, *Bv
*Computers, *Crimir
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6140 House Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted
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Builder/Developer wishing

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single family homes in the
ritv limits nfChinlev

O8OU OUUlUt-lof-Town Rentals VI .1 I Il 1 1 VI % I II 1-F -1
$59,900 MINUTES TO ASHEVILLE, NC 620.- Vacation Rentals
Enjoy sweeping mountain vistas, a 'mile ,Are You a First Time
of Riverfront, walking/ fitness trails, and 61O 00 Home Buyer or Senior
more. Amenities include gated entrance, r,-v--- -f- -
lodge & riverside BBQ. Excellent financing Exespace for lease onuyer?
available Call for more info or to schedule I Brickyard Rd. Great
tour. (877)890-5253 x 3484 www.seeriverhi location across from CONTACT
ghlandsnc.com. Offer void where prohibited I H38- ol00 C N
by law. i www.chipleyofficefor I
lease.com P .e \ Iie r.
STUCK IN FLORIDA? Can't sell what you Executive Office SpaceRealty Development & Sales,, Inc.
own? TRADE your property for one of our for rent downtown Chip- Customer Service Makes Us Premier
lakefront homes or lots in the mountains of ley. 638-1918 691 7th Street Chipey, FL 32428
North Georgia or Western North Carolina. 691 7th Street Chiley, FL 32428
CALL DARIN AT BENDER REALTY For Rent Cn ipi.,v E, (850) 638-2800
.'' cul'.e OtfCe 93(1 Mlari, I
(800)311-1340. s 2134SF 6,-.rt.:e' I
Call 404-.660-38 1 3
4.14 acres $44,900 w/ deep dockable water.
SAVE THOUSANDS during off season!
Gorgeous wooded acreage. Boat directly
to Gulf of Mexico! Must see! Excellent
financing. Call about "No Closing Costs"
special (800)564-5092 x 990.

to 30% below appraisal. www.seeriverhigh

Tennessee- Affordable lake properties on ;,, .
pristine 34,000 acre Norris Lake. Over
800 miles of shoreline. Call Lakeside C&C Bookkeeping and Handyman For Rent first in Chipley,
Realty TODAY! (888)291-5253 or visit Tax Service. Open days Mini Warehouses, If you
w le e ltoa week. 8am to 5pm. Call A&A Handyman Service don't have the room, "We
www.lakesiderealty-tn.com. (850)638-1483 all types of interior work. Do" Lamar Townsend
Build anything, decks, (850)638-4539, north of
SSteel Buildings additions, vinyl sidding, Townsends.
Steel Buildmings ^outside work. Just Call Townsends
AUTOMOTV 850-547-3051
BUILDINGS FOR SALE! "Rock Bottom J&J Cabinet Shop. For all All sizes for in Chipley
Prices!" 25x0 Now $4800. 25x40 $6100. Engines & your kitchen cabinets and Ah sizes for rent. We fur.l
Prices!" 25x30 Now $4800. 25x40 $6100. Transmissions house repair needs. Call nish the lock
30x40 $7300. 35x50 $9990. 35x70 $12,290. James S: Howell(850) (850)326-2399
40x80 $14,900. Others. MANUFACTURER Reconditioned automotive 535-2839; 260-1619
DIRECT since 1980... (800)668-5422. engines & transmissions Or-
with two year warranty.

T a n n in g B e d s F o r S a l e 8 5 0 5 4 7 1 2 1 0 i n c o m e T xo u al
Income Tax Do you or a loved one
Headliners and Vinyl need assistance with eve-
WOLFF TANNING BEDS As Low as $28 Tops Mobile Unit. I do the Mamie's Tax Service ryday tasks? A helping
a month! FREE DVD Player Order by 3/3/ work at your. home or 'Authorized IRS E-File Pro- hand is a phone call away.
workplace.Reasonable vider" Instant returns and Light house cleaning,
08 CALLETS Tan TODAY! (800)842-1305 rates on new vinyl tops refund transfers. 1098Or- errands/appointments,
www.np.etstan.com. and auto carpeting. Free ange Hill Rd. For appoint- light yard work, pressure
estimates. Call anytime, ment call 850-638-8804 washing, light home.
leave message. (850) maintenance/repairs. Ref-
----- 638-7351 erences available. Please
.- .'call 850-415-5579.
A .NF q9 Sod For Sale on the farm, Does your child need ex-
delivered or installed. perienced help with tutor-
J & W QUALITY TRIM Centipede and 419 Ber- ing (all ages) or assis-
O Spcal It muda. West Florida Turf tance with preparing for
ADVERTISING NE rWORS OF FLORIDA Specializing in Interior (850)638-4860; College SAT/ACT prep-
Trim; Crown Molding, (850415-0385. Established aration, completing col-
S Framing, Remodeling. 1980 lege applications and
Classified Display I MetrO D0iy Licensed/[nsured. Free
Classified I Display D y Estimates. John McDon- Sod,Sod Sod Qualityyou scholarship research. Ref
aid (850) 638-2270 can depend on. Irrigated, erences available. Please
weed & pest controlled, call 850-415-5579
Centipede and St. Augus-
tine. Delivery and installa- Sewing Machine and
C LEAIN tion available. 8 miles SW Vacuum Cleaner Repair,
(I of Chipley for easy cus- guaranteed service on all
Week Of I clean houses & offices, tomer hauling. Call any- makes and models. Free
Have reference. leave time. Billy and Leola Brock estimates. Western Auto,
Feb. 11-17, 2008 message. 547-5457 or (850) 638-1202; 216 N. Waukesha, Boni-
S cell: 850-333-7123 326-1500 fay. 547-3910





Other Snelgrove Surveying & ALL LARGE
Mapping Inc., currently APARTMENTS-1 BR, Bethlehem 2BR/1BA,
Mystery Shoppers, get taking applications for all $450 S/D $200.2BR $500 Hud approved, water, gar-
paid to shop! Retail/dining surveying positions. S/D $250 3BD/1 BA $650 bage, sewage. $450.
establishments need un- Contact us at: S/D $350. Downtown month with $200. deposit.
derercover clients to judge 850-526-3991 Chipley, convenient loca- 850-547-5195
quality customer service, tion. Rent includes stove,
Earn up to $150. a day. refrigerator, city water,
Call (888)-523-1013. Sales sewer, garbage. Everyth-
ing new. Sorry no pets or
SALES HUD. 850-638-3306.
POSITION New studio apartments
for rent include water,
We are looking for a sewer, garbage pickup
motivated sales execu- and electricity. Backyard Is
tive for advertising available to BBQ with fam- 850-547-5220
NY INC. sales. If you possess a ily and friends. Call
,strongsales aptitude, 850-547-3530 and I i
excellent sales and cus- 850-547-5244/N9.5+/- naturally wooded
etic and dependable tomer service skills and acres in NE Holmes'County.
ou qualify for an have basic computer townhouse Apt for rent- 3cresw.odrive-
knowledge, this could TownhouseiApp 3 acres law. Good drive.
ich your career with a be the job for you. We 2BR/1.5BA. Chipley. way
! You must be willing offer a strong commis- $595/mth. 638-1918.
sion plan, mileage reim- 3 BR 1.5 BA brick home in
valid ID and SS card. bursement and re- onitay 1 SF ewien
yourself and fill out ource- that will lpad Bonifay, 1686 SF, new kitch en*
'e yourselfandfillout ,ant, 5-. new ,applane-. & new on- n.
nation. (EOE) c-ru le i a'er I r.n I 6140 I i ,All .:. ... ,r, in*r,
cu r leani S139,000 .
'nefits to qualifyinPublisher's 5 BEDROOM H.mi on 12
nes raqualifying c ,Cn.-,i,.. Notice r i 3' SF. 1 BA, ne*er
401k, group medical c.er.ei pa.:. age..:u Noticeme ..ir, .:,r:reite :.una3-
nce, employee stock ,nI m.d.a .: n -.r,li .o n dhef p,.,. Bnve :.mmu
uon Fra lite ir.u r, a .1 niry Prival? & tranquil Wi,-h?-.
tion, life and LTD 4-1 ti p .r, .4 ,: ,11,..r, r, ,. ,, ': 3abd.,'.d s159,000
rms and per diem. 3rd i 3.- rE 3 a r..-,,1 . 4 BR 2 BA H,i.or.:a3 nlor .
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f /.O Apply to: : ',,n: Fr, 'b yard
Bc id '-. SE? .: ..,,, ,,159,900 0

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F'r, n Cir, iaCr FL .:,,-, ,.:.,.-, ..,i, :I, too m any to list!
now hiring 24 ,,-,:, .: ,,,rr.u .,
elders EOE :,' 'a'.:,:.:. -, '..l __i-
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CDL Drivers "P'-,."' IF Priscilla "Cissy" Faison
it Operators 2 Fl, '.. Broker / Cell: 768-0320
I Crew Laborers I 4100 I ,,,.:...-.ai.,,i.. ,,.r,, Vernon Anderson
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Computer available. & vacauon -ho ,n
fled. Call (866)858- granthamagencyinc.com
waterTech.com. Fax 873-9959

Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser Wednesday, February 13, 2008 118 I

For Rent 3BR/1BA,
CH&A.1181 1stAve. $595
a month. No pets. HUD
accepted. 638-1918
For Rent 3BR/2BA on 8th
Fairway, Dogwood Lakes.
$650. month, 1st, last
month security deposit.
Available February 15th
possible purchase option.

2BR/1 BA Mobile Home in
Bonifay, $435 month, no
pets, lease and references
required, water and sew-
age included. 638-2999
2BR/1BA Mobile Home
New carpet, CH/A, car-
port, two decks, no pets.
3BR/2BA, CH/A, in the
country.' $550.00 per
month. NO PETS. Leave
message, 638-7130.
In Bonifay, quiet mobile
home park space $175.00
& 2BR/1 bath mobile
homes for rent. $400.00
month each.
850-547-4234 or
Mobile Home for rent.
2BR/2BA. On Pioneer Rd,
4 miles East of Vernon.
850-638-7315 or
Mobile Homes for rent in
Cottondale on Sapp Road,
8 miles east of Chipley.
3BR/2BA and 2BR/2BA
available. Total electric.
(850)258-4868; 209-8847

F 6170
The Park at 2350
3BR/1 BA $425
3BR/2BA $450

7100 Homes
7110 Beach Home/
7120 Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160 Mobile Homes/Lots
7170 -Waterfront
7180- Investment
7190 Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 Timeshare

Beautiful large home
built in 1906 in downtown
Bonifay. Recently used as
gift shop/restaurant. 3 br 2
ba Must see! Call Harry at
850-373-7974 or 850-547-
9013. Priced to sell at
New Construction 10
new homes starting at
$119,900. 258-5941.

.C..oun.try (Florida & Alabama)
205 E. North Ave., Bonifay, Florida 32425
(850) 547-3510
1+, AC 2 BR NEWER HOME-$99,900---4 BR 2 BA DWMH ON 5
ACRES-$95,900---3 BR 2 BA CEDAR HOME ON 1+ AC-$119,900-
-1,0 ACRES LAND-$55,000---3 BR 2BA BRICK HOME ON 2
ACRES-$240,000---28 ACRES-$159,900---3 BR 2BA HOME
ON, 1+ AC-$129,900---1 ACRE LOTS-$16,500---19.5 ACRES-
$97,500--15 AC WITH OWNER FINANCING-$125,000---70 AC
LOT-$183,900---10 AC PASTURE WELL-$89,995---54 AC 3 BR
$85,000--SUNNYHILLS LOTS $7,000 AND UP---10 ACRES
LAND-$59,000---18+AC BARN SEPTIC POND-$145,900---3
ACRES 2 BR CEDAR HOME-$124,900---50 AC 3 BR 2 BA HOME
BARNS PASTURE-$250,000--4 BR HOME ON 2 ACRES-$220,000-
E ,vov-5 M-I "M- J IA-1-*]eL m

1 1.41N40
Treasury Dept
Public Auction
Tues. Feb 19th 11am
3014 E 1st Ct.,
Panama City, FL
Dock-Height w/5 offices
I 2 restrooms, reception
area, 4330sf freezer
area, 231 sf refrige unit,
Open Wed. 2/13 &
Sun 2/17 from 1-4pm
I Deposit: $20K Cashier I
Check, paid to:
EG & G Tech Services
I auctions/treasury/rp
S (703) 273-7373
Sale# 0866110
Li # CWSau2056

*Homesites near Shell
Landing, $22,900 each,
owner financing.
*4.51 acres W/F Home-
sites in Crystal Village,
$39,900 each, owner fi-
*Porter Properties of
America Inc. P.O. Box
1155 Chipley, FI 32428 or
call 850-849-2637.

Four properties for sale
in Jacob Florida close to
Chipley, Coftondale and
Campellton. All are high
and dry, no wetlands.
Recent survey. Mobile
homes are okay. Some
cleared. 1 acre, $9,000.00.
Two available, 4.37 acres,
$19,999.00. Two available.
All four lots can be
purchased separately or
together. All offers
considered. Tri-County
Realty 850-541-1099

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S l Brian's Lawn
,11j & Landscaping
TAFaT L'.:'r.. A hur,
Serving BJ 3 CoJnt for 0%er 12 )- ars
ELECTRIC r, No" E',panding to
-.iin. I .rilhr.." d rr: i! \\ashinbton & Holmes Count)

0u;)UI -I fviu O,:,iu ,h rne.:-... I L a n Maintenance LandcapinL Sod
Open 24 Hours, Self- r. -u s..u,.. n Tree Work Plumnin
"Service, N epsnit L c,.cd ,.. r,.i.d HuNENT & LLPLNL)ABLE
Units Are Carpeted 850-373-8853 (8501113-003 or 18501866-1658

Remodeling &r Fred O'Neal II

SKiltcerin Balh, Pole Barn, Since 1977 HEDO
General Lawn ROOTRAKING Gourmet Dog
Maintenance. Cui-Tr.- ROAD BUILDINGS Bakery Treats
Edge-Tree Removal-Bush PONDS DEMOLITION
Hog-Lor Cleanrig-rTra ,:,r All Natural K9
Wor and Mor. ME (850) 762-8387 l alty Store
c;, 0LL 0I0i HOME (850) 762-8387
S CALL DAN OR WILL N / .,. _, ,, .. ; 13621. Rairioacl Ave
Free Estimates CELL (850) 832-1489 n Ch pIy
(850) 209-5333 6055 NW Hwy. 274 Allha. FL 32421 638-2660


Jones-Baird Chevrolet)
E,, A- V: 1-,-W:I..


MSRP $23,470 Sales Price ""SP .!55" Sales Price MSRP $42,775 Sales Price)
Rebate $250 Rebate13,255 ,0 voice39,711 $37
r$23,220 ..... i ..o. $13,255 Rebate $2,000
Pi T Tdle & D oeF 23 2 0 Plus ITax Ti6 & Dr.c Fee us Tax, Titlie & Dec Fee

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'I M GA4TOR Denton's sI
FINISHING, inc. .I" Recycling i
Land Clearing & More.
COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL FINISHING Lnd _-'We ribuy runk cars and
Foundations Concrete Staining & Sraining ;; ruck for $100 each. All
Concrete Pumping Dnveways & More -. 1 ',, rypeq ol rron copper, siainr.
Owner Robert Lee Hampton III .... r": l s. aluminum and bra- ,"
P.O. Box 569 Altha, FL ;' ". W 3o i0 buy0old
(all U rd gerjtirs and "iloe;
(850) 762-4755 850-956-5150 5ao 547-4709


CARS ,,i'
Will pay $150.00 for N. !
each full size car, Fm i, r Jdh Gcnlnn J
pickup trucks & vans. cj-ui. _.C rjc [,..,,r Fil ,l-..m i
Must be complete F l iincrnfidaits iiih l
and be towable. 850-258-8172 638-0604 r
N N i\ lial-Mari .
850-859-2619 .. l Main. St., -
.,. -hiples'FL

Panhandle ARMONDI 'Doutou
:qomeScr ,:ic cd'.spazir.I I ROOFING enev'a
850-638-5000 ANTIQUES
Homr RRpaj.rs M.le Hf.mne Repairs & Srniin Conime by and shop
Shrtrri. repair & m.itlldtion ith us for good
Vindi.K, Do,..r/TrimiFL\turr I tallatinn .;i,:, \,:,,,, I I' 1 ,l:,.- hIargain i qualityn gilt .
Painting'Fl,..ramge h i, .:id ,,,l,,, and a big jarinel.
A.. Io t' tnr ,. mall! sx -r:,,: ,3riA,, t r.indly little l,,p'
On-r 12 l (ar in bui.ss : Free Esfimales ,inhitheJdri., e
Lkernrd sid In-.irrd 1 .'! .-,-.,
Call Ronnie for Ectimate Lier,i'.ei r 334-684-6267 ,
85f-2;5.2037 (rell) 638-501)0 lOffice) 850-547-2934 Monday-Sarurda
panhandlk.rr'ic>tC,'beloutlh.nel p- lOaam prin
6.;63-O0 2 r .O2r547-414. 1

MSRP $34,960
Invoice $32,735
Rebate $2,000
Plus Ti. rTill. Doc F4e
I 4f'-

Sales Prii

Sunroof, Navigation
System, DVD, Fully Loaded

V6, Sunroof, Heated Seats,
All DnPawr .R-34 MPit

ONLY $16,995

MSRP $31,710 ales Price MSRP $36,935 Sales Price
ce Invoice$29,712 ales ce Invoice$34,478ri
5 Rebate $2,000 $27 71 Rebate $2,000 $32 478
Piu.2T),,Tile,% Dor. Fee $27 7 1 Pius Tax, Trtles Doc Fee r 'e V 2 /4
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