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Legends and Lore, Page 2

Falling Waters State Park
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Fundraisers for
Cancer Society
Washington County Relay
for Life teams are-holding a
series of fundraisers.
See story, Page 3

Contributed photo
Vernon Floyd gains
FCCAA fame
Florida Community College
Activities Association Men's
Basketball Coaches have
selected the Hall of Fame
Class of 2008 for induction into
its Hall of Fame.
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Managing Editor
VERNON A civil court case
involving former Vernon Mayor
James Boswell and present and for-
mer members of Vernon City Coun-
cil still has some time to spend in
The trial was temporarily halted
last week, and will be put on the
schedule to be completed in the near
Boswell, who is also a candidate .
for mayor in Tuesday's Vernon
municipal election, is suing Council
members John
Paul Cook, Jr.,
Narvel Arm-'
S strong, Junior
McKeithen and
Vivian Brewer,
and former
Council member'
Cheryl Withrow,
under a petition
James Boswell for writ of
mandamus and
additional relief.-
Boswell maintains that he carried
out the responsibilities of mayor
under the City charter until a spe-
cial called Council meeting on June
14, 2006, when the mayor's position
was stripped of a considerable
amount of its responsibilities. The
Council took the action after a dis-
pute with Boswell over a violation
of the City charter and several other
disputes previous to that meeting.
The Council also attempted to have
Boswell impeached and removed as
Boswell claims the Council's
actions prevented him from being an
effective mayor and "constructively"
prevented him from running for
office again. He claims that the.
actions were "illegal, unconstitu-
tional, against public policy and
against standard operating proce-
dures." Boswell also claimed he was
not properly informed of the special
Boswell also was replaced as fire
chief in August 2006, and included
complaints related to that action
in the current writ, but Circuit Court
Judge Allen Register said those
complaints were dealt with
previously in court.
Boswell did not run for reelection
in March 2007, and was replaced by
current Mayor Oscar Ward.

Mayor: Al Mani, James Boswell.
City Council: Narvel Armstrong,
John P Cook, Jr., Gwen March,
Perry Holley, Wayne Adams, Oscar
Ward and Peggy Dobbins.
Election is 7 a.m. to 7p.m. Thes-
day, March 11 at Vernon City Hall.

Jay Felsberg 1.l ragirnj .d,,:.r
Shane Owens and 231 South perform at Philip Rountree Stadium in Chipley on Thursday.

Concert family-oriented

Owens stages fundraiser for Healthy Families

Managing Editor
CHIPLEY Shane Owens
and 231 South hit the stage -
actually the ballfield on Thurs-
day night at Philip Rountree Sta-
dium in Chipley for a fundraiser
for Healthy Families North
Hopkins Pontiac-GMC Chip-
ley Annex and WDJR 96.9 FM
sponsored the concert.
Healthy Families is a commu-
nity based, voluntary home-visit-
ing program. It promotes positive
interaction between parents and
children and healthy childhood

Ann Christmas. ,e
of Washington
County Farm
presents a
$100 check
to Barry
Rockburn of .
"Care and
Share Food
Pantry." g-
also is District
Florida Farm
chairman. "
Also shown is ..
Kim Kowitz, a
Piggly Wiggly
The annual
Day was
Feb. 6. "". '

Video and more
photos of Shane
Owens concert M.

growth and development to hope-
fully prevent child abuse and
The program is completely
voluntary, and trained family
support workers "only enter
where there's a welcome mat,"
according to their literature.
Healthy Families serves fami-
lies of newborn children in tar-
geted areas who are experiencing
stressful life situations. Services
could begin as early as during

pregnancy or at birth, and are
available up to .igc five..
Healthy Families works with a
wide variety of other family
support services toward several
goals, including:
Enhance the parents' abili-
ties to create and maintain a sta-
ble, nurturing home environment
to prevent child abuse and
Promote child health and
Ensure that social and
medical needs are met.
For information, call the
Chipley office at 638-3881. The
office is located at 1362 South

Contributed Photo

Farm Bureau helps stock 'Care and Share' pantry

CHIPLEY Washington
County Farm Bureau contributed
$100 to the local "Care and Share
Food Pantry," and $100 to the
Ronald McDonald House in Pen-
sacola as part of the annual Food
Check-Out Day on Feb. 6.
Food Check-Out Day is the
time when Americans have
earned enough take-home pay to

purchase their food for an entire
Since only about 10 percent of
an individual's disposable income
is spent on food, it requires only
37 to 40 days to accomplish this
goal according to the Farm
Bureau. In contrast, other nations
in the world spend much more for
their food needs.

Additionally, it requires an
average of 52 days each year to
provide health care, 62 days to
pay for housing/household opera-
tion, and 77 days to pay federal
The checks presented to Care
and Share and Ronald McDonald
House are in recognition of Food
Check-out Day.

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2 Saturday, March 8, 2008 Washington County News



Demonstrations by craftsmen
to highlight fifth annual festival

Waters State Park will host
the 5th Annual Legends
and Lore Festival on
March 28-29.
Craftsmen will demon-
strate historic tools and
trades. Visitors will be able
to assist a tradesman using
historic saws and froes, talk
to a man making moon-
shine and smell the pleas-
ing aromas being created
by the cast-iron cooking
demonstration. Visitors
will hear the blacksmith
using his hammer to shape
metal and the miller grind-
ing corn on a 100-year-old
grist mill.
Try your hand at shelling
corn with a 75-year-old
corn sheller or taste the
corn after it is cooked as
Take a trip way back into
history as you talk to the

people exhibiting Native
American artifacts or
watch a corn binder
demonstration or a cut off
saw turning out fire wood
for the fire place and wood
Food will be available
for purchase.
Entry fee will be by a
donation of $4 per vehicle.
These funds will help offset
the cost of the festival and
help maintain the park.
The festival is sponsored
by The Friends of Falling
Waters Citizen Support
Organization, Washington
County Historic Society
and the Washington
County Tourist Develop-
ment Council.
For more information
contact Bill Maphis at 638-
8243 or visit the Friends on
the Web at www.friendsof-

The fifth annual Legends and Lore Festival will be held at Falling Waters State Park.

Donna Dykes / WCN

The Holmes
Valley Heritage
Day will be
held on
March 22. The
pulls begin at
9 a.m. and
continue all
day. There will
be a parade of
tractors at

Heritage Day

features tractors

- VERNON The Preserving Our Past
Association is hosting the fourth annual
-Holmes Valley Heritage Day on Saturday,
March 22. The location of the show is at 3901
-Wilderness Road in Vernon. Admission is $5
for adults while children 12 and under are
Free. Exhibitors and pullers also have free
admission. The pulls begin at 9 a.m. and con-
- tinue all day. There will be a parade of tractors
at noon.
- For the children, there will be a pedal trac-
tor pull at 11:30 a.m. until noon, followed by
an Easter egg hunt at 1 p.m.

The hunt will be divided into two hunts, one
for children, walking to six years old, and
another from 7-12 year olds. The Vernon
High School Key Club will coordinate the
Easter egg hunt. Community South Credit
Union will give away two $50 savings bonds,
one for each hunt.
The proceeds from this show go to the
infrastructure of the show site and 10 percent
of the profits go to the Washington County
Scholarship Trust.
For information call Ronnie Hudson at

CAteto Cand Uidats'

Contributed photo
The Washington County Scholarship Trust Committee is selling tickets for $2 for
a chance to win a Coca Cola Pedal Car with trailer and cooler. The trio was
donated to the Trust by Cathy Mathis of Vernon, who won them in, 2002 from
Publix in Panama City. The trio is valued at least between $300 and $400. The
drawing will be held at 2 p.m. at the Fourth Annual Holmes Valley Heritage Day,
on Saturday, March 22, at 3901 Wilderness Road just northwest of Vernon.
Tickets will be available at the show or you can purchase your tickets from any
trustee. For more information, contact Dr. Sandra Cook, president, at (850)

'Old hospital' employees

prep for Chipley reunion

CHIPLEY A reunion for all employ-
ees of the "Old Hospital" of Washington
County is scheduled for 6 p.m. March 15
at the Ag Center on U.S. 90 West in Chip-
A dedicated committee has been
working hard to find all employees of
the old hospital and send invitations to
Any former employees who have not
received notice of the reunion are asked to
call and request an invitation, which will
include a reservation slip for the special
Families of deceased employees are
invited to attend.
Special memory books are being
printed. They will include the names of all
former employees, physicians, board
members, EMT personnel, and those who
are now deceased.
Every family attending the reunion will
receive a memory book, compliments of
the family of Dr. Henry A. Knowles Jr.
The Chipley High School TV produc-

The Chipley High School
TV production class will
film the event and
photography will be
provided by Don Milton.

tion class will film the event, and photog-
raphy will be provided by Don Milton.
Videos and photographs of the event may
be ordered.
Anyone who wishes may also give a
donation for this special celebration in
honor of a loved one or a friend.
The funds will sponsor a scholarship for
a promising student wishing to enter the
field of medicine.
For a reservation, call Becky Anderson
Cousson at 638-7545.
More information is available by calling
Bobbie Kent, 415-1203; Maggie Davis,
638-1761, or Sally Johnson, 638-4035.

Complaint of deer carcasses received

During February, Jackson County Sher-
iff's Office received a complaint in refer-
ence to deer carcasses being disposed of in
Jenkins Creek on Boneyard Road, which
is off County 69 South in the Grand Ridge
Officers are seeking any information or
assistance that can be provided.

A reward of $1,000 is being offered
through the department. Crimestoppers
also is offering a reward of up to $1,000.
Anyone with information, may call
Major John Dennis of the Jackson County
Sheriff's Office at (850) 482-9664.
Those who wish to remain anonymous,
may call Crimestoppers at (850) 526-5000.

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Washington County News Saturday, March 8, 2008 0 3

Retired coaches gain FCCAA fame

Community College Activities
Association Men's Basketball
Coaches have selected the Hall
of Fame Class of 2008 for induc-
tion into its Hall of Fame.
They were chosen for their
outstanding contributions and
dedicated service to FCCAA
and its member colleges and to
the sport of basketball.
Inductees are retired
coaches, Dr. Simon Johnson
from Hampton Junior College
in Ocalla and Vernon Floyd

from Lincoln Junior College in
Ft. Pierce, former players Kerry
Thompson of Tallahassee Com-
munity College Katu Davis of
Polk Community College and
Kedrick Brown of Okaloosa
Walton College.
Each were honored at half-
time during the semifinal game
held March 7 at the State Bas-
ketball Tournament. The event
is in conjunction with the
FCCAA Annual Basketball
Tournament held at Chipola
College in Marianna.

Floyd and Johnson were
teammates and roommates on
the Jake Gaither-coached
FAMU Rattler football team.
They coached against each
other with their respective JC
basketball teams. They are
fraternity brothers of the
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity,
Both men played key roles in
the athletic programs of their
respective junior colleges.
Johnson formerly taught and
coached at Roulhac High

School. He retired as a profes-
sor at the University of Florida.
He is now head of his own
charter school.
Floyd served in the U.S.
Army in the Pacific Theatre
with the 24th Regiment
(Buffalo Soldiers) of the 25th
Infantry Division during the
occupation of Japan.
He returned to A&M and
was later commissioned second
lieutenant through ROTC.
He re-enlisted in the Army
and separated from the service

after the Korean War as a first
After the service, Floyd
moved to Ft. Pierce where he
taught at Lincoln Park Acad-
emy and later became head bas-
ketball coach and assistant foot-
ball coach. He became athletic
director and chairman of the
Health and Physical Education
Department at Indian River JC.
He retired after 31 years in the
education system.
Floyd is married to Josephine
Robinson-Floyd of Chipley.

Contributed photo
The Girl Scout Council of Apalachee Bend, Inc. has announced extension of the annual cookie sales
program by two weeks. It now will end March 23. Cookies may be obtained from booth sales at locations
throughout the community (like this one in Vernon), from your favorite Girl Scout, or by calling the Council
Office, toll-free, at 1-(800) 876-9704.

Relay For Life teams

stage fundraisers

Washington County Relay for Life teams are
holding a series of fundraisers.
Carter's Cancer Crushers Annual Fish Fry
Saturday, March 22, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on State 77 in
Greenhead (four miles north of State 20 and 1.5 miles
south of Washington Corrections Institution).
The menu is fresh fried fish or chicken, baked
beans, coleslaw, hushpuppies and dessert at $6 a plate.
All proceeds go to the American Cancer Society,
Relay for Life in support of Stephen Carter.
Call Pat Carter with any questions ,at
(850) 773-2693.
West Point Home yard sale and baby back rib
sale, April 5 at the West Point store on State 90.
Donated items are appreciated. Contact Sherrie
Chesnut at West Point Home at 415-4166.
Community South Credit Union is selling racks of
ribs for Relay for Life. The ribs will be cooked on
Friday, March 14. The cost is $20.00 per rack. Tickets
can be purchased at Community South Credit Union.
Call 638-8376 for more information.
Regions Bank yard sale April 5 at Regions Bank
7 a.m. to noon.
Chipley HeadStart is collecting Coins for a Cure.
Team LT is selling candy bars for $1 each.
Let Alisha know if you want some and she will bring
them to you.
Details: (850) 625-6205.
Please e-mail your fundraisers to Alisha Townsend
at alisha.townsend@cancer.org

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4 Saturday, March 8, 2008 Washington County News

Chipley band earns Superior rating again

CHIPLEY The Chipley High
School Symphonic Band per-
formed with a high level of artistry
last week at the Florida Bandmas-
ters Association District Two Con-
cert Band Performance Assess-
ment hosted by the school accord-
ing to a news release.
The band performed before a
large audience that gave them a
standing ovation at the conclusion
of their stage performance.
The band, under the direction
of Richard Davenport, per-
formed "Brighton Beach

March," "Shenandoah" and
"Overture on a Southern Hymn."
The program was evaluated by
a panel of three judges who
unanimously assigned Superior
rating to the band, the highest

rating possible. The band also
received a Superior from the
adjudicator in the sightreading
room, where the band read a
march, and an overture for the
first time, having never seen

either piece of music before
entering the room.
"I am very humbled by the
strong team effort and high level of
musical performance that this
year's band has achieved, both on
the football field and in the concert
hall," Davenport said.
By earning not only Superior
ratings, but also '"s" in every sub
caption, the Chipley Band has
earned a spot at the FBA State
Concert Band Performance
Assessment to be held in
Jacksonville on April 15.

While marking the 15th consec-
utive year the band has earned an
overall Superior rating at District,
one other milestone was achieved
by the CHS Band at this event.
The Senior Class of this year's
band will graduate having earned
straight Superior ratings at every
District Marching and Concert
Band event in their careers.
The CHS Symphonic Band will
spend the next month preparing
for State and for their annual
Spring Concerts, scheduled for
May 1 and May 9.


Big Mo plans

Sunday concert

in Caryville

Mo will be in concert at
Caryville Evangelistic
Center on Sunday night,
March 9, at 6 p.m. He is a
Dove nominee, soloist of
the year, song writer of
the year, musician of the
year and a preacher. The
church is on Wrights
Creek Road, Caryville.

Pierce in concert
at FWB Church
Johnna Kay Pierce will be
in concert at Poplar Head
Independent FWB
Church on Saturday,
March 8 at 6:30 p.m. A
love offering will go
toward recording her sec-
-ond CD.
Refreshments will fol-
low in the fellowship hall.
The church is on Bonner
Road off County 280
.(Douglas Ferry Road) in
Washington County.

New Home has
Gospel Jam
Home Baptist Church will
host its second Saturday
night Bluegrass Gospel
-Jam March 8. A covered
dish supper begins at 5

p.m. Take your favorite
dish to share and you
musical instrument.
The church is just off
Piano Road in Graceville.
For more information,
call 263-1556 or 263-7291.

Oak Grove hosts
Bluegrass Gospel
Grove Pentecostal Min-
istries hosts its monthly
Bluegrass gospel sing,
March 14, at 7 p.m. The
host group is Straight and
Narrow Bluegrass and
special guests, the Pea
River Singers. Oak Grove
is located two miles north
of State 2 on County 179
in Holmes County.
For more information,
.call (334) 588-6052 or
e-mail: sandnbgras-

Harrelsons sing at
Otter Creek UMC
The Harrelson Family will
be singing at Otter Creek
United Methodist Church
Saturday, March 15, at
7 p.m.
The church is four
miles north of Ponce de
Leon off State 81.

To those who shared and celebrated the life of
There are events that happen in
our life that are so traumatic and
overwhelming that you later, af-
ter the tragedy, realize you could
not have made it through with-
out support and lots of it.That is
when you know who your true
friends are and a mere thank you
does not express the emotion in
our hearts.
So for all of the emotional,
financial, catering and above all k'
prayers that were given to the
family of Larry Lamar Barrentine.


You are hereby formally notified that on the
25th day of March, 2008, at 6:00 PM or as soon
thereafter as possible, there will be a work-
shop at the Wausau Town Hall, located at 1607
Second Avenue, Wausau, FL 32463. The pur-
pose of the Workshop will be to discuss pro-
posed Drafts for Ordinances on Animal Control
and the Fire Department. A verbatim of these
proceedings will not be kept. Anyone wishing
a verbatim record will need to provide their
own. The Town of Wausau will accommodate
handicapped and/or disabled persons wishing
to attend. Contact Margaret Riley, Town Clerk
at 850-638-1781 at least 24 hours prior to the
meeting date to make arrangements or for
more information.

Contributed photos
Clockwise from top left: Three programs received grants at the Kiwanis meeting in Chipley this past week
including Children's book grant: from left, LaMerle Feitsma and Linda Norton; Summer Reading grant:
Zedra Hawkins and Dell Corbin; Vernon High School Key Club grant: Dell Corbin and Brenda Brasnaw and
the Key Club members: Brenda Brasnaw, faculty advisor, Megan White and Joshua Tracy, 2009 officers and
Janice Owens, Kiwanis Club Liaison to Key Club.

Kiwanis share program with friends

CHIPLEY During the regular
weekly meeting on Tuesday, March 4,
the Kiwanis Club of Chipley hosted a
- "Special Guests" day with nearly 90
people who enjoyed a fast-paced pro-
gram that included award of several
funding grants to community youth
activities and a pres-
entation by Richard
Foreman, Lieu-
tenant Governor of
Kiwanis Division 2
of the Florida
Kiwanians were
accompanied at this
annual event by
Richard friends, business
Foreman, associates, other
Lieutenant community leaders,
Governor of wives, grandchil-
Kiwanis dren, and represen-
Division 2 of tatives of several
the Florida youth organizations
District. that have received
funding grants.
The first grant presentation was from
the Community Services Committee
Chairperson, LaMerle Feitsma, to
Linda Norton, Washington County
Library Director, in the amount of
$3,000 to help the library system
purchase media appropriate for the
children's programs.
The Youth Services Committee

Chairperson, Dell Cobin, presented a
grant to Zedra Hawkins, Children's
Librarian, for the Summer Reading
Program offered annual by the
Washington County Library System.
For several years, the Kiwanis Club
Scholarship Committee has supported
the Take Stock in Children (TSIC)
Scholarship Fund where a $2,500 dona-
tion becomes a $10,000 addition to the
state-level scholarship fund after being
matched at two levels.
TSIC is a non-profit organization in
66 Florida counties dedicated to pro-
viding scholarships, mentors and hope
to Florida's underprivileged youth. The
program has proven successful with
support to over 14,000 students since
1996. The unique features are that the
youth must sign a contract to stay in
school, maintain good grades and meet
once a week with a mentor.
In return, the students receive a full
tuition scholarship to any public college
or university in Florida.
The grant was presented by Scholar-
ship Committee Chairperson Bill How-
ell, to Don Walters representing the
local TSIC organization. For more
information about the TSIC program,
contact Don Walters at 638-8565 or
Attending from the Vernon High
School Key Club were students Joshua
'Tracy and Megan White, plus Faculty

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Advisor Brenda Basnaw. Joshua and
Megan reported on recent Key Club
fund raising and future plans.
Dell Corbin, Chairperson of the
Youth Services Committee presented a
check to the club to help offset
expenses for student members of the
Vernon Key Club to attend the Kiwanis
International Convention in Orlando
later this year.
Lt. Gov. Richard Foreman presented
a brief history of Kiwanis from its
founding in Detroit in 1915, and the
origin of the word Kiwanis, which was
used by Native Americans in the Michi-
gan area with a different spelling
(NunKee-wan-is) and generally trans-
lates as a group that has a good time
and makes noise.
This is now interpreted as a group
that contributes to the community and
the youth of its area. Kiwanis has clubs
in 96 countries.
The Kiwanis Club of Chipley has
been serving the youth of Washington
County for over 67 years, and last year
provided financial support to over 30
recipient groups/activities.
Next on the fund raising event calen-
dar is the 53rd Annual Pancake Break-
fast to be held Friday, April 4, at the
K.M. Smith Cafetorium in Chipley.
The Club meets Tuesdays at noon in
Patillo's (in the middle of the WHTC
campus) for a luncheon program.

Nicole P. Barefield, Publisher

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Periodicals postage paid at Chipley, Florida.
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The Senior Class of this year's band
will graduate having earned straight
Superior ratings at every District
Marching and Concert Band event in
their careers.

The Family of
Dollie Creamer Alsobrooks
Would like to thank everyone for the flowers, cards,
food and most of all your prayers during the illness
and death of our mother. A special thank you to,
Dr. James Clemmons, Brown Funeral Home, Rev.
Ernest Dupree, Rev. Carlos Finch and to those
who provided music for the service. God Bless all
of you.
From the children and family of
Dollie Creamer Alsobrooks

Washington County News Saturday, March 8, 2008 5

5 years ago
Karen Rustin completed
a course designed for
elected officials and
received a certificate from
Chipley Mayor Tommy
Chipley Kiwanis donated
$500 to Project Graduation
for Chipley and Vernon
high schools.
Vernon Mayor Dannie
Kolmetz was re-elected, 85-
47, over challenger Billy
Habitat for Humanity
dedicated the house built
near Vernon for the
Guilford Peterson family.
A newspaper story about
fund-raising for Kristina
Small, who needed a
replacement valve in her
heart, was hung in Ronald
McDonald House where
the family stayed while the
seven-year'-1old was in a
Cleveland, Ohio, hospital.

10 years ago
WestPoint Stevens
presented checks to the
local Boy Scouts,
Technical Center, Chipley
Recreation, Chipley VFD,
Washington County Council
on Aging, and Washington

Years Ago ut

Taken from the files of the Washington County News

County Public Library.
At the end of the fiscal
year, the Supervisor of
Election's office returned
$11,936.28 in funding to
Washington County

15 years ago
Sears Catalog Stores in
Bonifay and Chipley were
scheduled to close.
Kevin Adkison was hired
as an investigator by
Chipley Police Department.
Spelling b5ee winners at
Vernon Middle School were
David Cheverie, first; Louis
Fromm, second; and Yana
Sissons, third.

30 years ago
Brian and Chris Solger
took top awards at the state
4-H dairy show held at the
Central Florida Fair.
Caryville City Council

approved a plan which
would prevent flood waters
from backing up through
two large ditches in the
Richard Williams joined
the J.C. Spivey Insurance
Agency as a representative
of the Business Men's
Assurance Company of
America (BMA).

45 years ago
Edd Joiner told
Washington County
Commissioners he would
like to purchase two
county-owned lots in
Wausau. They were located
in a swamp and the base bid
was set at $40 plus costs.
Receiving football
grant-in-aid scholarships
from Livingston State
Teachers College in
Alabama were John
Worthington, a 250-pound
guard, John Ferguson,
200-pound tackle, and

Clyde Armstrong, center.
55 years ago
Rep. Jeff Webb of
Chipley and State Rep.
George Tapper of Port St.
Joe were in Vernon as
guests of the Washington
County Education
Mr. and Mrs. A.G.
Dasinger had as guests their
son, Bruce Dasinger,
student at the University of
Florida, and a classmate,
Charles Martin of
Albuquerque, N.M.
100 years ago
Andrew Nelson and
sister, Grace, of Red Hill
visited friends in Chipley.
Going on a hunting trip
together were EB. Callaway
and L.D. McRae.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Warren made a business
trip to Vernon.


Vernon trigonometry displays

County Health Department
has been awarded a three-
year Tobacco Prevention
Grant with the objective of
increasing the awareness of
the dangers of tobacco use.
The grant will enable
Washington County Health
Department to assist the
Florida Department of
Health in promoting and
protecting the health and
environment for all citizens
of, and visitors to, Florida by
eliminating tobacco expo-
sure in our community.
The primary goals of
Washington County's
Tobacco Control and Cessa-
tion Program will focus on
prevention, cessation and
empowerment. With early
intervention, it's hoped to
educate and prevent youth
from initiating the use of
tobacco product.
Cessation programs will
be instituted in order to
assist those who are cur-
rently trapped by the
bondage of tobacco prod-
ucts break free.
Community and school
youth programs will be
established in order to
involve youth and adults in
anti-tobacco advocacy and
policy through education
and training, empowering
them to seize control of
their health and community
welfare. Anyone with ques-
tions concerning this pro-
gram, or who would like to
be involved in programs,
may contact Kara Green at
Washington County Health
Department, 638-6240,
ext. 138.

Mature driving
course offered
CHIPLEY Washington
County Council on Aging
and AARP are co-sponsor-
ing a mature driving class
for individuals 50 years and
older on March 18-19,
beginning at 8:30 a.m. and
ending at 12:30 p.m. each
day. Classes will be held in
the conference room at First
Baptist Church in Vernon.'
This eight-hour course
was developed especially for
for the senior driver with
years of driving experience.

The National Safety
Council course reviews basic
driving knowledge, new traf-
fic laws, and introduces
techniques to help offset the
effects of the aging process
on driver performance.
It is geared to drivers'
safety needs and helps com-
pensate for age-related
This mature driving class
is approved by the DHSMV
for a three-year insurance
premium reduction.
There is no testing and
only a minimal course fee of
$10. To enroll, call Washing-
ton County Council of
Aging at 638-6217 or
Vernon City Hall, 535-2444.

Health screenings
given March 25
Heart Health System will
provide free health screen-
ings in March at sites in
Escambia, Santa Rosa,
Baldwin and Washington
counties. The program tar-
gets persons who are poor,
uninsured or elderly.
At most locations, Sacred
Heart staff will provide
screenings to measure blood
pressure, blood sugar, total
cholesterol and blood count.
These screenings are helpful
in diagnosing conditions
that put people at high risk
for heart attack, stroke, dia-
betes and other health prob-
lems. A screening will be on
March 25 from 9 to 11:30
a.m. at the Washington
County Council on Aging,-
1348 South Blvd., Chipley.

Funday quilt
planned-for 2008
Wausau Senior Quilters-
are working on the Funday
quilt for 2008. This year
they are including the local.
They are selling quilting
blocks for $25 each. These-
can be memory blocks,"
family blocks or even polit-
ical blocks. Blocks are lim-,
ited. Photographs can also
be used. Anyone wanting-
to buy a block should con-?
tact Gail at 638-8191 or'
(850) 260-2208.

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County receives three-year
Tobacco Prevention Grant

Contributed photo
At Vernon High School, it is an annual event to see trig students coming to school with all kinds of
displays depicting the six trigonometry functions. Trig students are Kevin Hagan, Chris Patton, Ashley
Sloan, Austin Pettis, Tiffany Adkison, Jessa Allen, and Zach Taylor. This year was no exception when it
came to originality. The assignment was to provide in a unique way accurate graphs of the six trig
functions, over a two-period interval, with correct labels, color-coded, and titled. Each student came up
with their own representation of the assignment.

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( estate, including unma- Telephone: 904 731-0211 best bidder for cash at has filed said certificate for RANGEMENTS FOR PAY- Engineering Services will CAP ACCESS". For Sale- Full blooded
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uidated claims, and who Personal Representative: WASHINGTON COUNTY thereon. The certificate FURTHER INFORMATION, design, cost estimating, ing County News March 8, puppies. Ready to go now
have been served a copy Carol C. Bhide COURTHOUSE at number and year of issu- CONTACT THE CLERK OF permitting, construction 12, 2008. For details call 638-3057.
of this notice, must file 13510 Mandarin Road 11:00AM, on the 26 day of ance, the description of COURT IMMEDIATELY AT management and con-
ANNOUNCEMENTS their claims with this court Jacksonville, Florida 32223 March, 2008, the following the property, and the RO. BOX 647 OR 1293 struction observation.
SH- -, WITHIN THE LATER OF As published in the Wash- described property as set names in which it was as- JACKSON AVE., SUITE O: s I -
1100-LegalAdvertising THREE (3) MONTHS AF- ington County News forth in said Final Judge- sessedareasfollows: 101, CHIPLEY, FLORIDA Proposals for this service 2130
1110- Classified Notices TER THE DATE OF THE March 8, 2008. ment: CERTIFICATE NO. 1194 32428, OR TELEPHONE will be evaluated sepa- 1110
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1140-Happy Ads (30) DAYS AFTER THE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 11 AND 16, LYING NORTH ERTY: Parcel # FOR February $ 1579.69 each service must be de- Get Your Classified Ad (850)258-4428.
1150 Personals DATE OF SERVICE OF A OF THE FOURTEENTH OF STATE DITCH AC- 01-0087-001 IN U.S. CURRENCY ONLY. scribed separately. in
1170- Found ON THEM. FOR WASHINGTON OF DEKLE LAND Hills Unit 1, a subdivision FOR March $ 1,602.52 IN Respondents are required Call now for details years old, $1500., black 3
COUNTY FLORIDA COMPANY'S ADDITION according to the Plat U.S. CURRENCY ONLY to submit an original and I and be noticed! year old $1200., Jersey
SAll other creditors of the TO THE TOWN OF CHIP- thereof, as recorded in Plat No Personal Checks Ac- five (5) copies in a sealed 638-0212 bull, 3 years old $700.
Sdecedent and other per- CIVIL ACTION LEY AND BEING A PART Book 2, Pages 9 through cepted. envelope marked "SEALED or, 850-956-2690
1100 sons who have claims or OF SECTION 9, TOWN- 27, of the Public Records Cashier's Checks, Money 'PROPOSAL FOR ENGI- 547-9414
demands against dece- GMAC MORTGAGE, LLC, SHIP 4 NORTH, RANGE of Washington County, Orders, and Western Un- NEERING SERVICES L - - - -
FOR WASHINGTON matured, contingent or un- ING ON FILE IN THE OF- NAME IN WHICH AS- natives accepted. be received by 2:00 p.m.
COUNTY, FLORIDA liquidated claims, must file vs FICE OF THE CLERK OF SESSED: Louis Nigra, Ma- As published in the Wash- on March 20, 2008, at the -
PROBATE DIVISION their claims with this court CIRCUIT COURT, WASH- rie L Smith & Patricia A. ington County News Feb- City Hall of Chipley, atten-
WITHIN THREE (3) WILLIAM J. SABATA A/K/A INGTON COUNTY, FLOR- Roncelli ruary 23, March 1, March tion City Clerk's Office. The
IN RE: ESTATE OF CATH- MONTHS AFTER THE WILLIAM SABATA, et al IDA. Said property being in the 8, March 15, 2008 mailing address is: RO.
ERINE E. CARSWELL DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- Defendant(s). A/K/A 825 5TH STREET, county of Washington, Box 1007, Chipley, Florida
Deceased. LICATION OF THIS NO- ,"" s CHIPLEY, FL 32428 State of Florida. Unless 32428. The street address .F. ,MERCHANDISE
TICE. CASE NO. such certificated shall. be is 1442 Jackson Avenue, I 4
File No. 67-08-CP-20 67-2007-CA-331 Any person claiming as in- redeemed according to Proposal Request Chipley, Florida 32428. 3100 Antiques
DivisAon:PR-ALLCLAIMSNOTSO 67-2007-CA-331aiminMoriALa 32428.
DivisionPR-A ALL CLAIMS NOT SO DIVISION terest in the surplus from the law, the property de- Proposals will be opened 3110 Appliances
FILED WILL BE FOREVER the sale, if any, other than scribed shall be sold to the The City of Chipley hereby and ranked for award at a 2100 Pets 3120 Arts & Crafts
NOTICE TO CREDITORS BARRED. NOTICE OF RESCHED- the property owner as of highest bidder at the court- requests proposals from later date in March. 2110 Pets: Free to 3130 Auctions
ULED FORECLOSURE the date of the Lis Pend- house door on March 25, qualified individuals or Good Home 3140 Babyu items
The administration of the NOTWITHSTANDING THE SALrE ens must file a claim within .2008 at 10:00 AM. firms to provide engineer- The City of Chipley re- 2120 Pet Supplies 3160 Businessg S
Estate of Catherine E. TIME PERIODS SET sixty (60) days after the Dated this 19 day of Feb- ingservicesfortwo FRDAP serves the right to reject 2130 Farm Animals/Equipment
Carswell, deceased, File FORTH ABOVE, ANY NOTICE IS HEREBY sale ruary, 2008 Grants for Pals Park Phase any and all proposals, to Supplies 3170 Collectibles
Number 67-08-CP-20, is CLAIM FILED TWO (2) GIVEN pursuant to an Or- LINDA HAYES COOK III and Phase IV. waive any informalities or 40 Pets/Lvestock 3180 Computers
pending in the Circuit YEARS OR MORE AFTER der Rescheduling Foreclo- WITNESS MY HAND and CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT technicalities in the pro- W d 3190 Electronics
Court for Washington THE DECEDENT'S DATE sure Sale dated Feb. 22, seal of this Court on 2/25, COURT Scope of Project consists posal process and to 3200 Firewood
County, Florida, Probate OF DEATH IS BARRED. 2008 and entered in Case 2008. WASHINGTON COUNTY, of: Baseball and Softball award the contracts) in 3210- Free Pass t On
Division, the address of NO. 67-2007-CA-331 ofthe Linda H. Cook FLORIDA Field design; Upgrading the best interest of the 2 003230 Garage/Yard Sales
which is 1293 Jackson Av- The date of the first publi- Circuit Court of the FOUR- Clerk of the Circuit Court BY: JC Rogers, restrooms for accessibility; City. 3240 Guns
enue, Chipley, Florida cation of this Notice is TEENTH Judicial Circuit in By: K. McDaniel Deputy Clerk Tennis court design; Picnic AKC Boxers, fawn/white, 3250 Good Things to Eat
32428. The names and March 8, 2008. and for WASHINGTON Deputy Clerk WARNING: Facility design, Nature Architectural service flashy, tails-docked, health 3260 Health & Fitness
addresses of the Personal County, Florida wherein As published in the Wash- THERE ARE UNPAID Trail design, inspection contracts) may be subject certs and first shots. 3270 Jewelry/Clothing
Representative and the Attorney for Personal Rep- GMAC MORTGAGE, LLC, ington County News, TAXES ON PROPERTY services and other related to grant/loan award and Ready to go $350-$400 3280 Machinery/
Personal Representative's resentative: is the Plaintiff andWILLAM March 1, 8, 2008. WHICH YOU OWN IN work. release of funds by the 850-260-5742. Equipment
attorney are set forth be- Frederick R. Short, Jr. J SABATA AK/A WILUAM WHICH YOU HAVE LEGAL funding agency. 3290 M eial Equimen
low. Law Office of Frederick R. SABATA; JANET LEE INTEREST. THE PROP- Two FRDAP Grants have AKC Pug 3310 Musical nstmments
Short, Jr, RA. SABATA AK/A JANET L NOTICE OF APPLICATION ERTY WILL BE SOLD AT been approved of up to THE CITY OF CHIPLEY puppies(black/fawn)/older 3320 Plants Shrubs/
All creditors of the dece- Florida Bar No. 112965 SABATA A/K/A JANET FOR TAX DEED PUBLIC AUCTION ON $400,000.00, therefore, SUPPORTS "EQUAL OP- dog. $500 for puppies. 4 Supplies
dent and other persons, 3733 University Blvd. SABATA; DISCOVER Notice is hereby given, March 25, 2008 UNLESS contracting will follow PORTUNITY EMPLOY- month old fawn male; 6 3330 Restaurant/Hotel
who have claims or de- West, Ste 203 BANK; are the Defendants, that BW Wright the holder THE BACK TAXES ARE FRDAP regulations. MENT, FAIR HOUSING puppies ready April 24th. 3340 Sporting Goods
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Multi-Family Yard Sale, Experienced mechanic
Sat. March 8th. North on Leola Brock Nurseries Administrative r Front Desk & Night E needed full time. all
Hwy 77 tum left on Laney LLC Plants, trees and Membership Director for 'Auditor job openings for 334-684-3646 or Fax re- Mystery Shoppers, get
Dr., follow signsshrubs. Landscape design, on-Profit Organization. all shifts. Experience I sume 334-684-3713. paid to shop Retail/dining
Yard-Sale Fri & Sat, 1134landscape contracting, irri- Coordinates all activities of Iwith computers. ApplyI establishments need un-
Iola Dr on Orange Hill Hwy gation systems. 1788 membership solicitation. personComfort Inn & Healthcare derercover clients to judge
around Kay's corner. am White Road, Bonifay, FL Solicits prospective mem- Suit.s Chiple quality customer service.
until. Men's, women and 32425 (Washington bers. Experience pre- Immediate Opening Earn up to $150. a day.
children's clothing of all County) (850)638-1202; ferred, but will train the Licensed Physical Ther- Call (888)-523-1013.
sizes, what-knots, tool box 326-1500 right person. Strong com- apy Assistant (PTA)
for truck and much more, puter & graphic design General Competitive salary and
everything must go. skills. Excellent written, benefits. Please fax re- Art/Entertainment/Media
verbal, and interpersonal Avon Representa- sume to 850-415-1967
3l S BE MAPHIS TREE FARM skills. Proficient with Inter- tives needed Bonifay, or call 850-596-0218. Reporter/
NURSERY net and e-mail. Position re- Chipley, Graceville,Photographer
1 3300 AND GIFTSHOP. quires an ability to work Wausau, Vernon, Healthcare P'
Bales of hay for sale. Spring is definitely in well with team, organize austo
$5/per bale. 535-2264 the air. The Japanese and motivate volunteers, Caryville, Ponce de LPN needed to work in Washington county
Magnolia, Carolina Jes- plan fund-raising events Leon. Ask about Doctor's office News & Holmes County
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You catch catfish, $1.50 Many others are budd- Please call Ted Everett Newspapers, is seeking
pound. Gilbert Catish ing out daily. The Red- (850) 638.4157, for r--------------- - a general assignment
Pond, located @ 2854 buds, Azaleas, i n t er vie w Sales reporter/photographer.
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guitars, amps, banjos, communities. Seeking I in our organization or throughout. our parent com- \
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6170 7160
6110 2 Trailers for rent in Greenhead, 10.75 acre.
Caryville. 1, 5BR/1.5BA Quality 16x18 singlewide
and 1, 2BR/1BA. No pets. Wooded pond, car port,
Townhouse Apt for rent- all 850-547-5330 o icond, car po
2BR/I.5BA. Chiple. no restrictions. Owner f-
2BR/1.5BA. c hipley. nancing. $130,000. Call
$595/mth. 638-1918. Bonifay, 3BR/1BA, CH/A, 870-368-3636.
Pets allowed. Near town,
parks & school. $400.
Contact No. 850-956-2267
or 547-3746.
45 6140 U For Rent- 2BR Trailer with .
A.C. &' electric heat. On
Mattox Spring Rd in Pate
3BR/2BA in Sunny Hills Pond. 535-2657.
area. Stove, refrigerator,
dishwasher, W/D all in- AUTOMOTIVE MARINE
dishwasher, W/D allnce in- For Rent, mobile home RECREATONAL
cluded and fenced in 2B/B9 Actd iyo
backyard $ 8 50 2BR/1BA located ity of 8100 Antique & Collectibles
month/$700 deposit. Call Bonifay, $300.00 a month 81108 Cars
Stacey 850-527-6262 or plus deposit. No pets. 8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
850-271-1248. Leave a message 8130- Trucks
850-547-2043 8140 Vans
8150 Commercial
8160 Motorcycles
Mobile Homes for rent in 8170- Auto Parts
3BR/1BA house for rent Cottondale on Sapp Road, & Accessories
Bonifay. $650. per month 8 miles east of Chipley. 8210- Boats
damag.deposit $650. Call 3BR/2BA and 2BR/2BA 8220 Personal Watercraft
85083 psit65ackround e available. Total electric. 8230 Sailboats
check850-830-7026 backand reround (850)258-4868; 209-8847 8240 Boat & Marine
chec k a nd references, nore- www.charloscountryliv- Supplies
quired. No smoking, no 8310-Aircraft/Aviation
pets. ing.com 8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
Trailer for Rent- 2BR/1BA, 8340 Motorhomes
furnished w/washer &
For Rent 3BR/1BA Dryer. $500 a month, $350
CH&A. 11811st Ave. $595 deposit. No Pets.
a month. No pets. HUD 638-1462. 8110
a-e---9 1978 Lincoln Mark V,
__59,385 actual miles, great
condition, asking $3,000.
NicecleanHousesApart- condi 6kin 4$3,000
Nice clean Houses, Apart- Call 850-638-1484. If not
ments, Mobile homes for available leave message.
rent .. 4BR/2BA brick John Deere 525, 46-deck
850-547-5085 orcut conasket motor, 275
850-547-5085 or hours very fast cutting ask-
850-547-2531 REA ESTATE FORSALE ing $1,275. Call
___7100- Homes 850-638-1484. If not availa-
7110 Beach Home/ ble leave message.
Publisher's 7120 Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse .^ f^ '
Notice 7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
All real estate advertising in 7160 Mobile Homes/Lots1 8130
this newspaper is subject to 71700- Waterfront
the Fair Housing Act which 7180 Investment 1996 Dodge Dakota. V8, 5
makes it illegal to advertise Property speed. Runs Great! $2000
"any preference, limitation or 7190 Out-of-Town OBO. 773-5009.
discrimination based on Real Estate
race, color, religion, sex, 7200 Timeshare
handicap, familial status or 2002 Chevrolet 1500 HD
national origin, or an inten- f ,1 4-DR 4x4. 188,000 miles.
tion, to make any such pref- Jif'.j' $7900. Call 334-726-4967.
erence, limitation or dis- -79W
crimination" Familial status I --- 00..----------
includes children under the
age of 18 living with parents Two story home in Ge- 2002 Chevy Avalanche,
or legal custodians, preg- neva on County Rd. 31, 119,903 miles, sealed bid
nant women and people se- two miles from the Florida vehicle, pick up bid form
curing custody of children line. 3BR/2BA, new paint, from Community South
under 18. carpet with fenced back- Credit Union, 1044 Hwy
yard and pond. 1.6 acres, 90 East, Chipley, bid clos-
This newspaper will not $138,000. 850-373-5018 ing date: Feb 11, 2008.
knowingly accept any adver-
tising for real estate which is
in violation of the law. Our For Sale 2006 Ford F 150
readers are hereby informed XLT V8, loaded, 12,300
that all dwellings advertised mes Phone
in this newspaper are availa- I7 710miles. Phone
ble on a equal opportunity 850-547-3807 If not
basis. To complain of dis- 2.25 Acres on Greenhead available leave message
crimination call HUD toll-free Rd. just off Hwy 77, high
at 1-800-669-9777. The and dry, nice trees. $1,000
toll-free number for the hear- down $455 month.
ing impaired is 850-258-9677.
1-800-927-9275. 170
1 S 2.5 Acres S.E. of Chipley
S on Gilbert Mill Rd., high & We sell engines and
,S-!, ~ dry. A good buy at transmissions with war-
'M"" $25,000 cash. Steadman ranty. Located in Chipley.
Carroll Realty 638-1171. Call Ricky 850-638-9136

Carpentry, 15ressure wash-
C&C Bookkeeping and ing, lawn care, patio & win- For Rent first in Chipley,
Tax Service. Open 5 days dow re-screening. great Mini Warehouses. If you
a week. 8am to 5pm. Call rates. (850)638-4492 don't have the room, "We
(850)638-1483 ______________ Do" Lamar Townsend
J&J Cabinet Shop. For all (850)638-4539, north of
your kitchen cabinets and Townsends.
house repair needs. Call
1 James S. Howell (850)
AUTOMOIVE 535-2839; 260-1619
Mini Storage in Chipley.
. All sizes for rent. We
furnish the lock.
Engines & Transmissions (850)326-2399
Reconditioned automotive incomeTax
engines & transmissions Income Tax
with two year warranty. Mamie's Tax Service
Call Charlie @ 'Authorized IRS E-File Pro-
850-547-1210 vider" Instant returns and
refund transfers. 1098 Or-
ange Hill Rd. For appoint-
Headliners and Vinyl ment call 850-638-8804 Piano Teacher:
Hdners and V Jfinyl ___________
Tops Mobile Unit. I do the Piano Lessons: Experi-
work at your home or Piano LessonsaccExptig
workplace.Reasonable AM new students beginning
rates on new vinyl tops Warchtude t.WCall
and auto carpeting. Free Mr 1t ca
estimates. Call anytime, Sod For Sale on the farm, 478-397-0350 (Bonifay)
leave message. (850) delivered or installed. Cen- from 12pm to 7p.m.
638-7351 tipede and 419 Bermuda.
West Florida Turf
( (850) 638-4860;
(850415-0385. Established
Joe's Junk 1980
Turn junk cars and trucks
into instant cash NOW. Sod Sod Sod Quality you
Call us and we will haul can depend on. Irrigated,
them off for you. weed & pest controlled. Sewing Machine and Vac-
Centipede and St. Augus- uum Cleaner Repair, guar-
Call Joe, anytime, tine. Delivery and installa- anteed service on all
day or night, tion available. 8 miles SW makes and models. Free
(850)263-0549. of Chipley for easy cus- estimates. Western Auto,
If no answer leave tomer hauling. Call any- 216 N. Waukesha, Bonifay.
message. time. Billy and Leola Brock 547-3910
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For Rent: 3BR/1BA brick Greenhead, 10.75 acre.
house, 1400 square feet. Quality 16x18 singlewide.
Ponce de Leon, $425.00 Wooded pond, car port,
month. Call 850-259-9113 no restrictions. Owner fi-
nancing. $130,000. Call
Secluded 3BR/2BA. Huge 870-368-3636.
front and rear deck
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77, Gainer Rd., Houston
r 6180 Rd., Beadle Rd., Duncan
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elderly woman. If inter- Low down payment, low
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mation, please call Milton Peel for information
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