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In the Weekend Edition

Miss Vernon beauty
pageant is May 3
Vernon High School junior
class will host the Miss Vernon
beauty'pageant 2 p.m. May 3 in
the Vernon Community Center
(old VHS cafeteria).
Pageant application deadline
is April 28
Categories will include 0-12
months Baby Miss; 13 to 24
months Toddler Miss; 2-3 years
- Tiny Tot; 4-5 years Future
Little Miss; and first grade only
- Little Miss;
2nd grade through nine years -
Young Miss; 10-12 years Middle
Miss; 13-14 years Teen Miss;
15-16 years Junior Miss; and
17-21 (as of Oct. 17) Miss. Miss
Vqrnon Pride and most advertise-
ment sales all ages.
Little Miss and Miss Vernon
may compete in the Miss Na-
tional Peanut Festival. Deadline
for advertisement sales is April
21. Applications are available
at VES, VMS and VHS school
For more information, call Lori
at 547-5566 or (850) 527-9018.

One arrested by CPD
The Chipley Police Depart-
ment reports the arrest of a
Chipley man.
Arrested was Christopher
Corbin of Viking Road, Chipley.
Corbin was arrested after Chipley
Police Officer Curtis French be-
came suspicious of the contents of
and when ON PAGE 9A THIS
Chipley's WEEK
K-9 Offi- WEEK
cer Scott
Thompson arrived, his dog, Kek-
sp, alerted on the vehicle.
The officers searched the ve-
hicle and found a loaded firearm,
drug paraphernalia and metham-
Corbin was arrested and
charged with:
*Possession of methamphet-
'Possession of drug parapher-
Possession of a firearm by a
convicted felon.
'Violation of probation

Visioning meetings
CHIPLEY The upcoming
Washington County Visioning
meetings will be held in the
Washington County annex meet-
ing room, 1331 South Blvd.,
Chipley on the following dates
and times:
April 29, 9-11 a.m. and May
13, from 9-11 a.m.
All Visioning sessions are open
to the public.
For more information on these
meetings call Holly Langston
at WFRPC, 850-332-7976 ext,

Navigate the Coast

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Stevenson will not run ,

Managing Editor
Washington County School
Superintendent Calvin Stevenson
has withdrawn from his bid for
re-election. School district staff
said Stevenson informed them
yesterday of his decision, and he
confirmed in an interview that he
has withdrawn .
"If you want the truth, I'll be
68 in four more years and it's
time for Calvin to enjoy some re-

time ,"
son said
vens has
over 40
years of

"If you want the truth,
I'll be 68 in four more
years and it's time for
Calvin to enjoy some
retirement time,"
Calvin Stevenson

experience in public education
beginning in February, 1968,
including serving as principal
and assistant principle at Kate M.

2 sections, 22 pages


tary and
pal at

served as transportation and
maintenance director for the
school district prior to retiring
and then running for superinten-

Photos byJay Felsberg/WCN

Pancakes ready to go!

The most pleasant place in
Chipley Friday morning prob-
ably was the cafeteria at Kate
M. Smith Elementary School.
That's where the annual pancake
breakfast sponsored by Chipley
Kiwanis Club was held from 6-9
Over 600 people enjoyed the
53rd Annual Pancake Breakfast.
A total of 39 Kiwanians worked
at the event, and were reinforced
by members of the Key Club
from Chipley High School and
the Builderg Club at Roulhac
Middle School

More coverage page 9A.

Local suspects nabbed in Jackson County

County au-
thorities ar-
rested two
local men
after they
tried to steal
copper frominvolving the theft
a construc, inv Waters
tion com-n
pany. The
information was reported in
a news release from Jackson
County Sheriff's Office.
On April 3, investigators with
thite JCSO arrested Daniel Eugene
Walters of Bonifay and Jeffrey caught in
David James of Chipley.
Due to a large number of
complaints involving the theft
of copper, investigators set up
a surveillance at 2499 Dilmore
Road along with other locations
in the county.
During the surveillance of
White Construction Company,
Walters and James were caught in
the act of committing the crime,


news re-
lease. Both
men were
with bur-
glary, tres-
pass, grand
James theft, and
of burglary
tools and booked into the Jackson
County Correctional facility.
A 1999 Dodge dually pickup
truck owned by James was
seized for violation of the Florida
Contraband Forfeiture Act. This
vehicle was reportedly used
in the commission of a felony
(grand theft and burglary) on two
occasions in Jackson County.
This investigation is ongoing
and other arrests are expected,
according to JCSO.
When Jackson County depu-
ties responded to a call on April
6 around 12:30 a.m., about a

shooting at 4357 Dickson Road,
they found a black male lying on
the floor with a gunshot wound
and a black female with multiple
gunshot wounds.
When paramedics arrived they
pronounced Lonnie Baxter, 47,
of Jackson County dead. Gianna
Simmons, 48, also of Jackson
County, is in an area hospital in
critical but stable condition.
Investigators arrived and were
able to locate and arrest a suspect
in the case. Danny Tyrone Jack-
son, b/m, age 36, was arrested
and charged with an open count
of murder. More charges will be
Clarissa Howard, a white
female, is being sought for ques-
tioning. She is believed to have
been in the residence at the time
of the shooting. Howard has an
active warrant for state probation
The Houston County Sheriff's
Office, Dothan Police Depart-
ment and FDLE assisted Jackson
County Sheriff's Office.

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dent. He was in his first term.
Stevenson is also fire chief
of Hinson Crossroads Volunteer
Fire Department, and has also
served as president of the Wash-
ington County Fire Association,
vice president, on the board of
directors for the Council on Ag-
ing, as a member of the board
of directors for T.J. Roulhac
Enrichment and Activity Center,
and as a member of the board of
directors for Washington County
Teen Court.





Managing Editor
Florida's Great Northwest, Inc.
announced the award of $575,244
in Secondary Education Career
Academy Creation grants across
Northwest Florida Monday, and
Washington County is sharing in
the funding.
The grant awards are funded
by Florida's Great Northwest's
WIRED (Workforce Innovation
in Regional Economic Develop-
ment) Northwest Florida Initia-
Washington County School
District was awarded $200,000
and will be matching that invest-
ment with $246,988 to imple-
ment Project Lead the Way's
pre-engineering curriculum at
Chipley and Vernon high schools.
The program would be a magnet
School District Grants Writer
Julia Morales wrote the grant.The
local match will be covered by
in-kind services.
"It's a nationally normed cur-
riculum," Morales said Tuesday
She said the curriculum was
developed by major universities
to meet a growing need.
"There is a huge shortage of
engineers in the nation," Morales
said, "so universities got together
and created the curriculum to
make the students' math and sci-
ence courses relevant."
Students can earn credits with
a score of 80 or above, and gradu-
ate with up to 15 engineering
credits to prepare for college.
County teachers would provide
the instruction.
"We have the expertise on
staff already," Morales said. "We
would have teachers trained dur-
ing the summer, when they would
earn college credits and be fully
There is anticipated enrollment
in the program of 25 students
per grade per school, which will
provide opportunity for up to
200 students to participate in the
The WIRED Northwest Flori-
da Initiative secondary education
grants were developed in 2006 to
promote career skills training or
intense, accelerated math and sci-
ence training at the secondary ed-
ucation level for post-graduation

See WIRED, page 3A

Election 2008
Up-to-date list of this year's
declared candidates.


2A, Washington County News, Wednesday, April 9, 2008

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Submitted photo
Helping with reading program
Consumers of the ARC of Washington-Holmes counties give back to the community. Sandy Pritchard,
executive director of ARC, and Gabe Rowe present a check to Jerry Register, principal at Kate M. Smith
Elementary, and Yolanda Kolmetaz, assistant principal, to help support the accelerated reading program at
Kate Smith.

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Wednesday, April 9, 2008 Washington County News, 3A
Help asked in finding missing teen
Police are asking for help in locating a missing Mari-
anna teenager.
Angel Luis Candelaria, 17,
4127 Herring Ave., was last seen
March 28 near the intersection
of Pennsylvania Avenue and Old
Cottondale Road. The teen was on
foot, according to the Marianna
Police Department.
Candelaria disappeared about
the time spring break was starting
for local schools. No reports of his
whereabouts have been received
by the police department. Candelaria
Candelaria is a member of the
Marianmi High wrestling team.
Anyone who knows of Candelaria's whereabouts, or
has heard anything, contact the Marianna Police Depart-
ment at 850-526-3125.

Work Zone Safety Awareness Week
TALLAHASSEE-Work Zone Safety Awareness
Week is being observed April 7-11. Beginning May 1,
FDOT urges motorists of all ages to drive safely in high-
way work zones by following these safety tips:
*Stay Alert. Expect anything to occur when entering
a work zone.
*Pay close attention. Signs and work zone flaggers
save lives.
*Turn on your headlights. Workers and other motorists
must see you.
Washington and Holmes counties had no work zone fa-
talities listed in the Work Zone Fatality Data for 2006.
For more information about the work zone safety cam-
paign please visit www.itseveryonesjob.com.

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employment in Northwest
Florida's targeted industries
of Aviation, Aerospace, De-
fense, and National Secu-
rity: Life Sciences (Human
Performance Enhancement,
Medical Device Manufac-
turing, Medical Technolo-
gies. Health Services, and
Biotechnology); Informa-
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S* and Environment: Trans-
portation, Logistics, and
Distribution; and Construc-
tion Product Manufactur-
All five grants awarded
during this 2008 Secondary
.l Education grant funding
S^ cycle support programs


committed to the develop-
ment of workforce talent in
these two critical support
In the three years that
the WIRED Northwest
Florida Initiative Second-
ary Education grants have
been available, $2.29 mil-
lion has been invested by
Florida's Great Northwest
into career development
programs in secondary
education institutions.
Thirteen of the region's
16 counties have received
grant funding and more
than $3.7 million has been
invested as matching funds
to support the development
of these programs through
the collaboration of local
schools, counties, and area
businesses, among others.

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A statute of limitations
is defined as "a statute set-
ting a time limit on legal
action in certain cases."
For example, in Texas if
one person breaches a con-
tract, the other person has
four years to sue. And in a
personal injury suit, the in-
jured person has two years
from the date of the injury
to take legal action.
I bring this up because
I'm about to confess to all
my high school misdeeds,
and enough time has passed
that I shouldn't be held
responsible for my actions.
After all. I was young and
reckless then. And I'm not
as young or reckless now.
I've heard a lot of good
things about corporate
confession. It's kind of a
verbal Chicken Soup for
the Soul. I'm hoping to be
overwhelmed with warm
fuzzies at the end of this
When I was a junior in
high school, back in 2002,
I once feigned ill so that I
could get a day off from
school. I didn't have any
tests or projects due, no
specific obligations that
day, other than attendance.
I only wanted a day off. I
slept in, went out to lunch,
enjoyed a free day.
I often went off campus
for lunch. What's so bad
about that? My high school
was a closed campus; we
weren't allowed to leave.
I lucked out to have a free
period and my lunch period
back-to-back, giving me
the possibility of an hour
and a half lunch.
There was one time that
my brother, Tim, and I went
to the grocery store that's
caddy-corner from our high
school. There was a special
for a rotisserie chicken
and a two liter Pepsi for
$5.69. We got delayed in
the check-out line and ar-
'rived a few minutes late.
The security guard caught
us. Since I had missed my
lunch period by fetching
the food, I ate the chicken

One Word
Andrew Hollinger

while sitting in class.
I once skipped a class
to watch my sister act in a
play. Then I talked one of
the play coordinators into
writing me a pass so that 1
wouldn't get in trouble for
skipping. This is one of my
favorite ones.
The classic band fund-
raiser is selling barbecue
tickets. Each year, I gave
my tickets to my sister
and asked her to sell them
for me. She is an amazing
saleswoman. She could sell
all my tickets in a day. And
I am shame-faced to admit
that I took credit for getting
the tickets sold.
I admit that these may
not be the juiciest mis-
deeds you've ever heard.
But boy, do I feel good. 1
feel like a huge weight has
been lifted off my chest.
I can breathe easy now. I
have warm fuzzies galore.
I strongly suggest everyone
take an inward look and
come clean. It's worth it.
The statute of limitations
for the above misdeeds has
been exceeded. No legal or
punitive damages may be
sought. The names have
been changed to protect the
Andrew Hollinger can
be reached for question
or comment through www.
andrewhollinger.com. He
encourages response.


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God everywhere
in science
To the Editor,
This is in general a re-
sponse to the letters to the
editor concerning evolu-
We evolve every day,
but no where is it happen-
ing faster than in the Chris-
tian Church. The concept
of God is now a generic
thing, this is the direct op-
posite of the teaching of
the Bible, for it is a specific
announcement of Jesus.
It repeatedly warns us
to accept no other God.
It also has some specific
statements about the results
of adding to or taking away
from its word.
If we accept the Bible
as God's word then we do
not look for a generic God
in science, what we should
be looking for is the truth
that is not tainted with our
However I do look, in
science, and I find God
everywhere. The amazing
parallels between Christ
and the properties of light
are truly astonishing. To
me science does not just
showcase God, it is a spe-
cific God, it is Christ.
Education and intel-
ligence are accelerates of
evolution. Not that brain
power makes you too smart
for God, but you have to
be very careful as to what
direction, the propaganda

that you are exposed to in
the upper levels of educa-
tion points you.
Brainwashing is usu-
ally mixed in with a little
truth, and the unsuspecting
gobble up the whole thing
without rightly dividing the
My view of the Bible
is this, accept it as it is or
throw it all out. Part of it
can not be right and part
of it wrong and it still be
God's word.
The Biblical way .is a
disaster without Christ
rescuing his church. If you
can not digest the whole
thing then may I suggest
that you throw it all out
without teaching any of it
to your kids.
Where I like it or not
there are a lot of smart
people out there that know
how I will react to a certain
situation before I do and
using this tactic they play
me like a chess game.
Emigration is a tactic
used in this way by the
think tanks. The overthrow
of capitalistic America is
not happening fast enough
so our government pays the
Hispanics to come here.
This is meant to force
us into a position where
we either accept this policy
of surrendering America's
wealth or we have to fight
I think that -there is a
smarter way. What if we
treat the illegal emigrants

in a Christian way and then
turn around and throw out
the senators who support
this absurd plan of giving
away America?
If we light the Mexicans
and build a fence across our
border, then we will have
boxed ourselves in. If we
welcome the Hispanics into
our society and churches,
then we will be doing the
true will of Christ.
The results will be that
we have strengthened our
way of life and our nation.
We can then join with our
southern neighbors and
vote all the trash out of
In my opinion, Obama's
preacher is a product of the
propaganda of the far left
and his speech is not far

from my view of the lead-
ership of the Democratic
America has never been
perfect but it once was by
far the best form of govern-
We do need a change --
let's just hit the restore but-
ton and return to a proven
way of life.
Let the change be fo-
cused on compassion in
place of condemnation
coming from Christ's
church. Let Christ do what
fighting is needed while we
live a Christian life down at
the fishing hole.
You can learn about God
in science, but you have to
find Him in Christ.
Winston Hudson


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Wednesday, April 9, 2008 Washington County News, 5A

Since becoming rather
deeply involved in the
Heritage o"f WVashington
County book project and,
as of today, celebrating
five years of writing the
"prattle" column, it seems
'ole Perry is fast becom-
ing an authority on area
Each time I am called
on to enlighten someone
on a historical question,
1 immediately inform the
enquirer that 1 am probably
the most overrated person
around when it comes to
giving out hard and fast,
factual answers to many of
the questions posed.
A few weeks ago, one
of those questions came
from Mary Coleman Smith,
who asked about the back-
ground and meaning of the
name "Bess Nook Road,"
a two-mile long roadway
which extends from High-
way 280 to Highway 173
to the west.
At this intersection,
Brackin School served the
community for many years.
Mary's uncle, Burton Fer-
rell, and her aunt, Gertrude
Ferrell Johns, taught there
in the 1930s. Her mother,
Ruby Ferrell Coleman's,
first teaching experience
was serving as a substitute
at Brackin School.
Mary, the daughter of
Ruby Ferrell Coleman and
Dee Coleman, is a direct
descendant of Thomas
Burton Ferrell and Amy
Elizabeth Pate Ferrell, her
maternal grandparents. Her
ancestors were native of the
area where the county map
lists the name Bess Nook.
The area is located adjacent
to Highway 280, near the
namesake road. Just to the
west is the community of
Five Points, which was
known also in earlier years
as Bethel Primitive Baptist
Church or Pate Pond com-
Mary was clinging to the
thought and the hope that
quite possibly, the name
Bess Nook came from the
name of Elizabeth, her
grandmother. She is aware
that her cousin, Bessie Mae
Pate Tharp of Chipley, who

Perry fast becoming an authority on history



Perry Wells

comes from the same fam-
ily background, considers
her name as coming from
the grandmother, who was
Bessie Mae's aunt.
The writer turned to Bess
Yates Harrell, daughter of
Ferry Yates and Flossie
Pearl Pipkin Yates, hoping
to learn some history on
Bess Nook.
Bess, expressing regret
at being unable to help, told
me that her granddaddy,
James Archie (Arch) Yates
selected her name and
she knows of absolutely
no connection to anyone
named Bess or Elizabeth
which she could claim as
a namesake.
Mary Coleman Smith,
a Bonifay realtor, reviews
both Washington and Hol-
mes maps almost daily as
she conducts her real estate
business. With her intrigue
as both a historian and
writer, Mary turned to the
Internet for some official
information on the name
Bess Nook.
Here is what she learned:
"Bess Nook is a mountain
summit in Washington
County in the state of Flor-
ida (FL). Bess Nook climbs
to 92 feet (28.04 meters)
above sea level." (Lati-
tude-longitude coordinates
Further information fur-
nished included: "Anyone
attempting to climb Bess

Submitted photo
Amy Elizabeth Pate Ferrell, the grandmother of
Mary Coleman Smith and the aunt of Bessie Mae
Pate Tharp.

Nook and reach the summit
should look for detailed
information on the Bess
Nook area in the topo-
graphic map (topo map)
and the Poplar Head USGS
quad. To hike and explore
the Florida outdoors near
Bess Nook, check the list
of nearby trails." The near-
est city is listed as Caryville
(6.2 miles away).
Without checking prop-
erty records, the writer will
guess that .the property
described as Bess Nook
is titled to Lansing W.
Cook, a member of the
pioneer' Cook family of
the area, who presently
resides in Albuquerque,
New Mexico.
Mary Coleman Smith
is aware that this acreage
joins to the south the farm
owned by my father. Hugh
T. Wells. She may also be
aware of daddy's proclivity
of mispronounce words.
My brother, Jim Wells, will
surely recall that our dad
called the area in question,

"Bess Nuke."
Thomas Ray Harrell
confirmed that all the old
timers referred to the locale
as "Bess Nuke." He never
knew of Bess Nook until
the road was so named.
In the days of open
range, everyone's cows,
and other livestock, were
turned loose to roam the
nearby areas where the
grass was greener and
more attractive to grazing.
The Bess Nook area had
a full growth of wiregrass
which attracted cattle in
the spring, after it had been
burned in the winter and
had sprouted young. tender
growth thus appealing to
the animals.
The low lying, swampy
areas grew an abundance of
lush flowering plants which
the cattle also enjoyed con-
suming. We called them
butter cups.
The herd of cows from
the Wells farm easily found
the 'pickings' of the Bess
Nook area which were

Submitted photo
The name "Bess Nook Road" is noted on this excerpt
of the county map.

palatable to their taste. It
was a common occurrence
for the animals to refuse
to leave the abundance
of delectable grazing and
return to the barn as night
time approached. When
this happened, the com-
mand would come from
our father,"boys, go get
the cows!"
We knew to head to Bess
Nuke, as he called it, and
drive the reluctant cattle to
their stalls for milking, or
to protect them from night
prowling predators.
Recently, I talked to my
friend, Jimmy Goodson,
concerning having to go
to the woods to drive cows
to the barn that failed to
"come up" to their awaiting
small calves.
Jimmy was driving cows
in the Vernon area where he
was reared, and probably
10 or more years after my
experience, but the process
was still the same.
Mary reminded me of
the name Bess Myerson, a
popular TV personality in
the early days of television.
She also mentioned Bess
Truman, the well loved
wife of President Harry
Truman. Since Bess Nook
preceded both of these
fine ladies, credit cannot
be given to either for the

My apologies to Mary
Coleman Smith for my
inability to come up with
some plausible answer to
her concerns for such a
name as Bess Nook.
Since her grandmother
was named Elizabeth and
cousin, Bessie Mae, the
niece of Elizabeth, obvi-
ously was named for her
we will.conclude the name,
Bess Nook, came from
their mutual kin.
Since the prattler has.
become such a recognized
"authority" in such matters,
I will grant my permission
for Mary and Bessie Mae
to claim that the unusual
name listed on area maps
as Bess Nook, was a tribute
to their loved one. They
also have my approval to
apply the same logic to the
naming of the road.
Many of the individual
families, the old schools of
the communities and the
churches listed in today's
stories are expounded upon
in the Heritage of Washing-
ton County.
Remember, these books
are still available at $64.20
each when picked up from
the prattler. 1 will mail for an
additional $5 fee. Call me
at 850-638-1016 or email:
perry 1000@bellsouth.net
for your copy.
See you-all next week.

The 'Music Man'
at CHS April 25-26
Returning students Ben
Grande and Sarah Lovins
will be playing the roman-
tic leads in "The Music
Man" at Chipley High
Cast: Justin Wood, A.J.
Thompson, Ben Grande,
Mark Lent, Jeff Flickinger,
Phillip Demonbreun; Chris
Spenser, Lacey Aukema,
Joe Evans,Aven Pitts,Alex

Squires, Sarah Lovins;
Brenna Kneiss, Brittani
Wolfe, Richard Wayne
Davenport, Leah Page,
Brittany Hawk; Amber
Lunsford, Tabitha Shu-
maker, Allison Bunge,
Stephanie Calix, Brittany
Brooks; China Robriguez,
Kristen Stone, Katherine
Stone, Joni Barfield, Ash-
lyn Hadden Ana Medina;
Rochelle Wiser, Eliza Car-
lisle, Taylor Sloan
The Spring Musical will

be will be performed Fri-
day April 25 and Saturday
April 26 at 7 p.m. in the
CHS auditorium.

School safety
A school safety work-
shop will be held on Tues-
day, April 22 from 10 a.m.
until noon (lunch follow-
ing) at the Blue Lake Park
facility on Hwy 77.
For more information,

contact Lynne Jordan,
Emergency Management
coordinator, by Thursday,
April 10. You may fax to
638-6316 or email Lynne at.
or call 638-6203.

Relay for Life
*Capital City Bank:
Cooking Up A Cure Every
Friday at the bank they are
cooking for $5 a plate. Call

Tamara at 850-638-0510
for more information.
*Chipley Head Start:
Chance drawing for a Mary
Kay gift certificate. Tick-
ets are $1 each. The prize
will either be two $35
certificates or one for $70.
Call Tosha at 638-9800 for
more information.
Kids World Of Chipley
have cookbooks for sale
at $10 each, Call Tish for
more information at 638-

*Team It is selling candy
bars for $1 each. Call Ali-
sha at 850-625-6205 to
place an order and she will
deliver them to you.
Email your fundraisers
to Alisha Townsend alisha.


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APRIL 10, 2008 AT 6 PM




There will be a mandatory pre-bid meeting on April 15, 2008 at 2:00
P.M. (CST) at 1331 South Blvd., Chipley FL 32428.
be received by the Washington County Board of County Commissioners
at the Washington County Administrative Office until 3:00 P.M.(CST),
*April 22, 2008. The bid will be awarded at the next scheduled Wash-
ington County Commission Meeting. The project includes 35b0 linear
feet of new road construction and the installation of a 40 foot concrete
The CONTRACT DOCUMENTS include all pertinent attachments nec-
essary in order for bidders to properly respond. The documents may be
examined at the following location:
Washington County Administrative Office. 1331 South Blvd. Chipley.
FL 32428.
Copies of the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS may be obtained at the fol-
lowing location upon payment of $125.00 for each set (Non-refund-
Washington County Administrative Office, 133 LSouth Blvd. Chipley
FL 32428
The Board reserves the right to waive informalities in any bid, to accept
and/or reject any or all bids on the whole or in part with just cause, and to
accept the bid that in their judgment will be in the best interest of Wash-
ington County.

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Hog-wild conditions lead to call for hunters

Feral hogs have a reputa-
tion for destroying wildlife
habitat with their foraging
habits and high reproduc-
tive rates. Nowhere is that
more clear than on the
Blackwater Wildlife Man-
agement Area, Hutton Unit,
near Milton.
Due to extensive dam-
age and a growing number
of hogs on the 5,243-acre
area, the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) is of-
fering five three-day hog
hunts this spring and sum-

mer. The hunts are the
product of an agreement
between the FWC and the
Florida Division of For-
estry the lead manag-
ing agency for Blackwater
River State Forest.
Hunt dates are May 23-
25, June 20-22, July 18-20,
Aug. 22-24 and Sept. 19-
21. A total of five quota
permits are available for
each three-day hunt. Up to
two people may hunt per
quota permit.
And, the best thing yet
for some hunters is that

hog-dogs will be allowed
during the hunts. Hunters
will be limited to a total of
three dogs.
Hog hunting has been
legal on the Hutton Unit
since the late 1990s, ac-
cording to FWC wildlife
biologist Fred Robinette.
, Robinette said hogs
come out mostly at night,
destroying wildlife food
plots of chufas, corn and
Recent surveys show
that ground-nesting birds,
such as quail, have de-

clined in numbers on the
area, likely from hogs de-
stroying their nests and
ground cover.
Anyone interested in ap-
plying for the hunts can do
so beginning April 22 at 10
a.m. EDT through the Total
Licensing System at county
tax collectors' offices or
online on a first-come, first-
served basis at MyFWC.
There will be no size or
bag limit on hogs. No live
hogs may be removed from
the area.

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Seminole Club golf tournament
A new vehicle will be grand prize for a hole-in-one at
the annual Panhandle Seminole Club's golf tournament
scheduled for Thursday, April 17, at Indian Springs Golf
Club in Marianna. The tournament, along with another
fund-raiser, has helped provide $20,000 for deserving
local students during the past five years.
Registration and warm-up for the four-man scramble
event will begin at 11 a.m. CST with the shotgun start
at noon.
Bob Pforte Chrysler Dodge Jeep is again sponsoring
the grand prize of a new 2008 Dodge for a hole-in-one
on hole No. 18. Cash prizes will be awarded to the first-,
second- and third-place teams. Additional prizes will be
given for longest drive, straightest drive, closest to the
pin and so on.
The greens fee contribution of $60 will entitle each
golfer to an afternoon of golf to help a worthy cause. It will
be followed by a cookout and an update on FSU football
by Gene Deckerhoff, "The Voice of Seminoles."
For more information, contact Indian Springs Golf
Club at 850-482-8787 or Tournament Director Roy Baker
at 850-526-4055 or 209-1326.

4-H Fishing Derby
The 4th annual Holmes County 4-H Fishing Derby
will be held Saturday, April 19, at the fair grounds pond
which is closed to the public all year.
The derby is an organized morning of outdoor family
recreation, provided at no cost to participants. Exhibits
will be set up to stress recycling and anti-litter efforts,
anti-drug (CASE coalition), abstinence, fire safety, animal
education and so forth.
Teen Challenge and West Florida Wilderness Institute
are always invited to attend. They fish and help with other
The public is invited to make tax-deductible donations
to help purchase trophies, participant ribbons, door prizes
and refreshments. Nikki Crawson is Holmes County 4-H
Youth Development Agent. Call her at 850-547-7433 for
more information.

Chipley UMC golf tournament
The Chipley United Methodist men are hosting a four-
person golf tournament to benefit the "Helping Hands
Ministry" on Saturday, May 3, at noon, at Dogwood Lakes
Country Club in Bonifay.
Participation fee of $50 includes golf, meal, two mul-
ligans and "A Throw." Those wishing to sponsor a hole
for $25 may do so by designating their money for "Golf
Contact Dan Burdeshaw at 638-3243 or Don Pearce
at 638-3782 for additional information.

Volleyball clinic
The Deep South Volleyball Club will host the 2008 Vol-
leyball Clinic on Saturday, April 12, at the New Marianna
High School Gym. Space is limited. To reserve a space
contact Karen Johnson at 547-5366 or (850) 527-2033.

Softball tournament fundraiser
Wausau Assembly of God will host a softball tour-
nament against Calvary Hill Pentecostal Church on
Saturday, April 12, at the ball park and Possum Place,
beginning at 5 p.m.
Concessions will be available for purchase. All dona-
tions will be accepted. Proceeds designated to help sup-
port programs sponsored by each church.
Call Sheila Miller at 638-8349 or Jody Bush 535-0003
for more information.

Festival on The Rivers Five Mile Run
The 33rd annual Festival on The Rivers Five Mile Run/
RaceWalk, and One Mile Fun Run will be held Saturday,
April 19. Course will be marked and wheel measured.
Registration begins at 6:30 a.m. at Geneva High School
concession stand at Hugh Owen Stadium.
The Five Mile Run & RaceWalk course starts in front
of Geneva Middle School at 7:30 a.m. and ends at the
entrance to Hugh Owen Stadium in Geneva.
Entry fee is $12 in advance; $15 on day race.
Age groups for both men and women participants are;
14 and under, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44,
45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70 and up.
Awards for five mile run/walk: T-Shirts to all who
register, a trophy to Overall Male and Female, Masters
Male and Female, Grandmasters Male and Female, Sr.
Grandmasters (60 & Up). Medals to the top three in
each age group (No wheelchairs or skates please).
Racewalk: Trophy to the Overall Male and Female
winner. Medals to three top in each age group.
One Mile Fun Run entry fee is $2 each. Men and
Women age groups are: seven and under, 8 9 years and
10 to 12.
Awards ceremony immediately following the races.
All proceeds benefit the Geneva Boy Scout Troop
For more information and entry forms contact Scout
Troop 40,803-B North Wilson St., Geneva, Ala., 36340,
or call 334-684-6582.

Fastpitch Camp
Central Florida Fastpiteh Camp schedule is as. fol-
Residential/Day Camp, June 8-11.
Offense/Defense Day Camp, J.une 16/17.
Pitching/Catching Day Camp, June 18/19.
For more information, call Tracy Coffman at 407-823-
4298 or visit the website at www.centralfloridafastpitch-

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Chipley Kiwanis Club
In between rain showers
on Saturday morning, mem-
bers of the Kiwanis Club of
Chipley helped prepare the
ballfields at PALS Park
for the upcoming season.
Club members removed
signs from sponsors along
the outfield fences to make
way for new sponsorship
signs, picked-up trash, and
earlier in the week mowed
the fields.
Mark Taylor, Governor
of the Kiwanis Florida Dis-
trict, had requested that all
Kiwanis Clubs throughout
Florida work at the local
youth ballfields on Satur-
day, April 5. Due to heavy
rain, the activities at PALS
Park were curtailed before
weeding and trimming

Jay Felsberg/WCN
Darrin Wall and David Darrow collect the old banners for repair or replacement
at PALS Park.

could be completed.
The Kiwanis Club
meets Tuesdays at noon
in Pattillo's Restaurant at

Submitted photo
Members of the Kiwanis Club of Chipley help prepare
the ballfields at PALS Park for the upcoming season.
From the left, seated, are Elaine and Ed Chadwell,
standing, Jim Town, Rey Gustason, Jr., Darrin Wall
and Garrett Martin. Not pictured, David Darrow and
Gene Halley.

WHTC (in the middle of
the WHTC campus).
Anyone interested in
membership information

can contact any Kiwanian
or David Solger, member-
ship chairperson, at 638-

Jay Felsberg/WCN
Rey Gustasen and Darrin Wall pull old banners off the
fences at PALS Park. The season begins Saturday.

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Wednesday, April 9, 2008 Washington County News, 7A


Holmes County 9, Rutherford 2
BONIFAY Mikaela Strickland was 4 for 4, had two
doubles and three RBIs to lead Holmes County. Crystal
Thompson had two hits and three RBIs, and Lacey Russ
had two hits and scored two runs. Winning pitcher Rachel
Gavin (9-1) struck out eight and walked one.

Cottondale 7, Blountstown 2
COTTONDALE Molly Fagen and Katlein Peacock
did all they could for Blountstown. Fagen scored both of
Blountstown's runs as the Lady Tigers dropped to 14-7
overall and 5-2 in District 2-2A. She went 2 for 3 with a
home run and a double. Peacock knocked in Fagen with
her only hit of the game. Peacock took the loss, allowing
seven hits but struck out seven.

Bozeman 18, Vernon 9
VERNON Dustin Duncan was 2 for 3 with a double,
a home run his fourth of the year and five RBIs to
pace the Bucks. Nick Peterson was 2 for 3 with a double
and four RBIs and Will Humphreys 2 for 3 with two
RBIs. Humphreys also was the winning pitcher with
five strikeouts while giving up eight runs on five hits in
4 2/3 innings.

Arnold 8, Holmes County 4
PANAMA CITY BEACH Tyler Evans was 3 for 3,
with a double and one RBI, and J.L. Jones had a single and
home run in Arnold's victory. Matt Hall was 1 for 3 and
stole three bases. Winning pitcher Cody Flowers allowed
five hits and struck out three in 5 1/3 innings.

Chipley 4-3, Walton 2-1
CHIPLEY Ryan Brown pitched a complete game
in the opener and Zach Gadofsky and Justin Chambers
combined on a sevenhitter in the nightcap as Chipley
swept a doubleheader.
In the first game, Lance Bush was 2 for 4, Jared Kirk-
land 2 for 3 and Brown 1 for 3 with an RBI. In the second
game. Josh Roberts was 2 for 3 with a double and Billy
Glbert 1 for 3, a two-run home run.

First game
WC 1000010-250
Chipley 000211x-482
W Ryan Brown (3-0, 7 IP, 4 K, 2 BB). L Sean
Carter (7 IP, 8 K, BB). Walton County Donnie Hicks
3-3. Chipley Lance Bush 2-4; Jared Kirkland 2-3, RBI;
Bryan Brown 2-3, RBI; Phillip Brininger 1-3, 3B, RBI.

Second game
WC 0000100-171
Chipley 100200x-343
W Zach Gadofsky (4-1, 3 IP, 3 K). L Dinnie
Hicks (7 IP, 2 K, BB). Walton County John Miller 2-4.
Chipley Josh Roberts 2-3,2B; Billy Gilbert 1-3,2-run
HR: Jessie Carter 1-2, 3B.
Holmes County 20, Chipley 18
BONIFAY Chipley squandered a 15-4 lead, as Hol-
mes County scored five runs in the fourth, another seven
in the fifth and four more in the sixth to pull out a wild
The Blue Devils hung on, allowing three Chipley runs
in the top of the seventh.
Zack Hodge (4-0) earned the win, giving up three hits
and four runs with two walks and five strikeouts in 3 2/3
Josh McGowan started for the Blue Devils and failed
to get an out in the first inning before leaving the game.
Hodge was 5 for 5 with two doubles and four RBIs,
McGowan 3 for 4 with an RBI, Ty Short 2 for 4 with a
double and an RBI, Brad White 2 for 3 with a home run
and six RBIs, Michael Johnson 2 for 3 with two doubles
and two RBIs and Aaron Mollet added a double and three
RBIs for Holmes County.
Jared Kirkland was 3 for 3 with two doubles, Jo Jo
Taylor 2 for 4 with a double and Jesse Carter 2 for 5 for

Freeport 9, Ponce De Leon 8
FREEPORT C.J. Bates drove in Cody Porter with one
out in the bottom of the seventh inning to give Freeport
a District 1-2A victory. Bates finished with two hits atd
three RBIs, while Porter and Drew Farris each had two
hits. Logan Caudill added a two-run double.
PDL 2203010-8 81
Freeport 151 010 1-9 12 2
W-Cody Porter. L-Varner.

Baseball Periscope
The following is a list of area athletes playing college
baseball and their statistics as or April 2, unless noted.
Position players
Brett Chamberlain (Vernon), Wallace-Dothan, So.,
6-1, 195, C .387 avg., 106AB,32R,41 H,42B,6
HR,31 RBIs, 1 SB.
Hunter Park (Chipley), Gulf Coast, Fr., 6-0,190, LHP
- 10 G, 9 GS, 2-2, 3.62 ERA, 54.2 IP, 52 H, 27 R, 22
ER, 15 BB,48 K.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of other
area athletes now playing college baseball is asked to call
The News Herald at 747-5065 or e-mail bmilner@pcnh.

Baseball in Wartime project
Gary Bedingfield is the editor of a totally not-for-profit
website aimed at remembering and honoring baseball
players who served with the armed forces during the
The Baseball in Wartime project remembers these gal-
lant young men. Whether they were professional, college,
amateur or high school players, their stories have a place
on the Baseball in Wartime website.
For more information log on to http://www.baseball-
inwartime.com/ or email him at garybed@gmail.com.

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8A, Washington County News, Wednesday, April 9, 2008


Changes in deer management forthcoming from FWC

In its February meeting
in Panama City Beach, the
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
approved the "Strategic
Plan for Deer Management
in Florida 2008-2018." The
plan describes the state's
history of deer manage-
ment, its current status and
outlines a 10-year strategic
direction through a series
of goals, objectives and
strategies. The information
was provided in a news
release from FWC.
The overall goal is to
ensure healthy deer popu-
lations that will meet the
public's desires for rec-
reational hunting, while
protecting private property
and ensuring the long-term
welfare of the species.
This plan is a collabora-
tive effort between FWC
staff and a stakeholder
group representing many
of the state's hunting and
conservation organiza-
tions/associations, other
governmental agencies and
large private landowners.
Input is being gathered
from these stakeholders,

Submitted photo
Florida Wildlife Commission unveiled a 10-year strategic deer plan.

which include the Future of
Hunting in Florida, Florida
Wildlife Federation, Allied
Sportsmen's Associations
of Florida, United Hunt-
ers of Florida, Traditional
Bowhunters Associa-
tion, Florida Bowhunters
Council, Everglades Co-
ordinating Council, Florida
Sportsmen's Conservation

Association, Kissimmee
River Valley Sportsman As-
sociation, Unified Sports-
men of Florida, Florida
Dog Hunters and Sports-
man's Association, Lykes
Brothers, Department of
Environmental Protection,
U.S. Department of De-
fense, U.S. Forest Service,
Quality Deer Manage-

ment Association, St. Joe
Land Co., Deseret Ranch,
National Rifle Association
and all five Florida water
management districts.
FWC's deer team has
met regularly over the past
year and a half, developing
the plan and is compiling
the many varied ideas and
opinions on how Florida's

deer should be managed.
The plan includes the
idea'of creating deer man-
agement units (DMUs)
to help manage deer at
a more local level. The
factors going into where
the lines may be drawn
include areas with similar
habitat, soil compositions,
geographic features and
timing of the rut.
There would probably
not be different hunt-
ing season dates for each
DMU. But it is possible
that more hunting regula-
tion zones may be neces-
Besides creation of
DMUs, other possible
ideas being considered
include changes in hunt-
ing seasons, better ways
to ensure harvest success
for a greater number of
hunters and monitoring
the long-term effects of
antler restrictions on wild-
life management areas
At the February Com-
mission meeting, rules
were passed on 21 WMAs,
which put a 3-points-on-a-

side antler restriction on
legal bucks. Additionally,
two other WMA's will have
a forked-antler (2 points
on a side) restriction. The
new antler rules on all of
these areas will be in effect
during the 2008-09 hunting
Other proposals under
consideration include a
tag-and-report system,
where hunters would tag
deer immediately after the
take and shortly afterwards,
report the harvest.
As different aspects of
the plan and associated
proposals are fleshed out
further by FWC staff and
the stakeholder group, a
series of surveys and public
meetings will be conducted
around the state to gather
input from the general
deer hunting public and
For a copy of the "Stra-
tegic Plan for Deer Man-
agement in Florida 2008-
2018," go to MyFWC.
corn/hunting and look
under "Additional Hunt-
ing Seasons, Regulations,
Permits and More."

Spring means the
gators are out
Spring is when Florida's
alligators start getting ac-
tive, and the FWC is urging
Floridians and visitors to be
cautious when having fun
in and around water.
Alligators abound in

all 67 counties and have
shared marshes, swamps,
rivers and lakes with people
for centuries. But because
more individuals are seek-
ing waterfront property
and water-related activities
increase during the warm
months, people should be
alert when they are in areas

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Closely supervise chil-
dren when they are playing
in or around water. State
law prohibits contact with
alligators, and it is against
the law to feed them.
If you encounter an al-
ligator that poses a threat
to you, your pets or your
property, and the alliga-
tor is more than four feet
long, call the FWC's toll-
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telephone number is the
primary contact for all al-
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available to customers 24
hours a day.
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FWC urges attention to boating safety

As the weather warms
and boating season gets un-
der way, the FWC wants to
remind boaters to stay alert,
don't operate a boat under
the influence of alcohol
or drugs and always wear
your life jacket.
During the boating sea-
son, more than 1 million
boaters share Florida's
National Safe Boating
Week (May 17-23) kicks
off May 16. The national
theme this year is "Wear
It." In Florida, the theme
is "Wear it Florida." For
more information, visit
corn/. One way to make an
excursion safer is to wear
suspender-type life jacket
and inflatable belt-pack life
Other boating safety
tips include watching the
weather forecast before
you go out, making sure
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Donna Dykes/WCN It John Dougherty, right, dishes up pancakes while Gar-
Laura Joiner is in charge of the ticket table. Surround- Donna Dykes/WCN ret Martin, left, and Wayne Saunders, center, wait to
ing her, from left, are other Kiwanians Linda Cook, Enjoying breakfast are, from left, Lanny Kemmis, add bacon or sausage and orange juice to the order.
Tommy Smith and Jim Town. Donna O'Dell, Kay Sherer and Daniel Zaha. Kiwanian Janice George is on the extreme left.

Staff Writer
The most pleasant place
in Chipley Friday morning
probably was the cafeteria
at Kate M. Smith Elemen-
tary School. That's where
the annual pancake break-
fast sponsored by Chipley
Kiwanis Club was held
from 6-9 a.m.
People were not required
to wait in long lines for their
breakfast this year. The
Kiwanians have changed
the format to include two
serving lines one for eat-
ing in and one for take out.
Pretty much everything
else was the same, includ-
ing the friendly faces greet-
ing ticket holders.
Laura Joiner held down
the ticket table while Tom-
my Smith poured coffee
for in-house diners. Other
Kiwanians helped where
needed. Some youngsters
had the job of filling syrup
containers for the take-out
crew to add to breakfasts
going to office employees
or folks at home.
Also new this year were
the tall coffee cups placed
on tables to hold tips. A
typewritten note stated that
the money was intended for
youngsters in the Key and
Builders clubs at Chipley
and Vernon schools and
Roulhac Middle School.

Over 600 at event
Over 600 people en-
joyed the 53rd Annual Pan-
cake Breakfast prepared by
the Chipley Kiwanis Club
on Friday morning, April 4,
according to a news release
from Kiwanis.
A total of 39 Kiwanians
worked at the event, and
were reinforced by mem-
bers of the Key Club from
Chipley High School and
the Builders Club at Roul-
hac Middle School, both

are youth groups sponsored
by Kiwanis.
The event is one of the
fund-raisers that helps pro-
vide money for the Kiwanis
Club to support over 30
youth oriented events an-
nually throughout Wash-
ington County.
This year a new alterna-
tive was offered by making
deliveries to locations for
three or more breakfast
orders that had been called
in by Thursday noon to
the Washington County
News office. A total of 95
breakfasts were advance
orders and all deliveries
were completed by just
after 8 a.m.
During the morning, a
total of 282 people ate at
the school and another 230
people came to Kate Smith
to pickup their takeout
orders. The total of 607
breakfasts this year was a
significant increase from
the 457 served last year.
The Kiwanis Club ex-
tends a "thank you" to all
who purchased tickets.
A special thanks to all
the businesses for their
support and sponsorships
with donations of goods
and services.
Kitchen expertise was
provided by Adel Roche
and Dianne Monroe of the
KMS food service staff,
and by Rosa Kent, retired
from KMS food service,
as she resumed her role
of many years of ensuring
that the pancake batter was
properly mixed for the vol-
unteer grill staff.
The Kiwanis Club meets
Tuesdays at noon in Pattil-
lo's Restaurant at WHTC.
Anyone interested in
membership information
can contact any Kiwanian
or David Solger, member-
ship chairperson, at 638-

Donna Dykes/WCN

James and Dana Taylor have breakfast with her parents, Elaine and Marvin Engram.


Arrest report from the Wash-
ington County Sheriff's Depart-
ment for the week of March 31
to April 7, 2008.
*Israel Anton: h/m, 8/13/78:
Haines City: possession of para-
phernalia, possession of meth:
arrested 4/2.
*Benjamin Best: w/m.8/28/79:
Chipley; violation of proba-
tion on possession of controlled
substance without prescription
(two counts), violation of proba-
tion on no proof of registration.
driving while license suspended
or revoked; arrested 4/2.
*Tymetra Brannon: w/f,
11/30/87; Chipley; petit theft;
arrested 4/2.
*Fyderrick Bush: b/m,
12/26/74; Panama City; child
support; arrested 4/4.
*Charles Carlile: w/m,
12/3/61; DeFuniak Springs; Wal-
ton County warrant for worthless
checks and larceny, Okaloosa
County warrant for worthless
check; arrested 4/6.
*Christopher Corbin: w/m,
8/4/73; Chipley; violation of pro-
bation on driving while license
suspended or revoked, possession

of paraphernalia, possession of
meth. possession of weapon by
convicted felon; arrested 4/7.
*Clyde Corbin: w/m, 6/18/75;
Cottondale: violation of proba-
tion on aggravated battery: ar-
rested 4/1.
*Christopher Crocker: w/m,
8/26/88; Elba, Ala.; possession
of marijuana, possession of para-
phernalia; arrested 4/1.
*Corey Crosby: w/m,
10/21/88; Chipley; violation of
probation on dealing in stolen
property; arrested 4/6.
*Elkay Curry: b/m, 4/18/60;
Chipley; disorderly conduct;
arrested 4/6.
*Alan Cusman: w/m, 1/31/75;
Vernon; aggravated assault with
deadly weapon; arrested 4/3.
*Beryl Downs: w/m, 8/18/67;
Chipley; contempt of court; ar-
rested 3/31.
*Kenneth Fink: w/m,
3/27/67;Chipley; loitering, tres-
passing; arrested 4/4.
*CasimiraGarza: w/f,9/30/56;
Brownsville, Texas; violation of
probation on possession of drugs;
arrested 4/4.
*Lawrence Hathaway: w/m,
12/22/68; Chipley; driving while

license suspended or revoked;
arrested 4/6.
*Shawn Hysmith: w/m,
9/1/87; Dothan. Ala.; tag attached
not assigned: arrested 3/31.
*Michael Johnson: w/m,
8/6/68: DeFuniak Springs: vio-
lation of probation on possession
of weapon by convicted felon,
violation of Game and Fish; ar-
rested 4/4.
*Anton Killings: b/m,
10/25/81; Bonifay; Bay County
warrant for burglary and larceny;
arrested 4/1.
*Kelly Millard: w/f, 3/17/79;
Chipley: Jackson County war-
rants for uttering a forgery; ar-
rested 4/1.
*Frederick Nettles: b/m,
1/24/84; Caryville; aggravated
battery, kidnapping, Bay County
warrant for violation of probation
on vehicle theft; arrested 4/2.
*Larry Oxendine: w/m,
2/16/62; Caryville; battery; ar-
rested 4/5.
*Phillip Patterson: w/m,
1/8/85; Cottondale; open con-
tainer, driving while license sus-
pended or revoked; arrested 4/3.
*Brian Redmon: w/m,
6/22/86; Vernon; contempt of

court, recommit on battery; ar-
rested 4/2.
*Anbrelle Savelle: w/f.
10/21/79; Bonifay; possession
of cocaine; arrested 3/31.
*Robert Slay: w/m, 4/7/64;
Panama City: tag attached al-
tered; driving while license sus-
pended or revoked; unlawful use
of temp tag, failure to appear on
driving while license suspended
or revoked in Bay County; ar-
rested 4/6.
*Frances Stephens: w/f,
7/24/87; Chipley; petit theft;
arrested 4/2.
*Robert Thames; w/m,
7/24/51; Geneva, Ala.; Hol-
mes County and Geneva County
warrants for worthless checks;
arrested 4/5.
*Justin Ward: w/m, 11/14/81;
Chipley; disorderly conduct; ar-
rested 4/1.
*Stacy Watford: w/f, 5/1/71;
Chipley; aggravated assault and
resist officer without violence;
arrested 4/4.
*Brandon Yoder: w/m,
10/15/88; Enterprise, Ala.; reck-
less driving, possession of para-
phernalia, possession of mari-
juana; arrested 4/1.

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Bluegrass gospel
sing April 11
Pentecostal Ministries,
north of Hwy. 2 on 179,
Bonifay, will hold a gospel
sing on April 11, at 7 p.m.
Special guests will be
The Cobb Family and the
host group Straight and
Narrow Bluegrass. For
more information, call
334-588-6052 or email

Celebrity Golf
Challenge April 12
Hearts of Hope Interna-
tional, Inc. Celebrity Golf
Challenge will be held
aboard the Lady Ander-
son dining yacht April 12.
Tickets and sponsorships
are now available. Call,
toll free at (866) 950-3334
for reservations or infor-

Yard sale to
benefit St. Jude
CHIPLEY A yard sale
to benefit St. Jude Chil-
dren's Hospital will be held
April 11 and 12 by the La-

dies Auxiliary of AMVETS
Post No. 007. Selling will
begin at 7 a.m. each day
and end at 4 p.m.
There will be numerous
items for sale. Hamburgers,
hot dogs, fish sandwiches
and baked goods will also
be available.
The post is located at
1156 Jackson Ave. (Hwy.
90) in Chipley across from
Chipley Hardware.
For more information,
call 638-4126.

GCEC annual
meeting April 12
Gulf Coast Electric Coop-
erative will hold its 60th
Annual Members' Meeting
this Saturday, April 12 at its
headquarter office, located
at 722 West Highway 22 in
Registration begins at
8:30 a.m. with each reg-
istered member receiving
a $10 credit on his or her
electric bill. Members will
be given the opportunity
to win prizes throughout
the day. There will also
be plenty of refreshments
provided by GCEC and
booths offering valuable
information for the dura-

tion of the meeting.
Beginning at 9:15 a.m.,
entertainment will be pro-
vided by The Second Time
Around. There will also
be a bounce house for
the children. The guest
speaker will be Gary Smith
of PowerSouth Energy
Cooperative. The business
portion of the meeting will
begin at 11 a.m.

Lakeview UMC
hosts Chapman
VERNON Lakeview
United Methodist Church
will host Darlene Chapman
of Mobile Ala. in concert
on April 13 at 1 p.m. Chap-
man is an ECSGMA artist.
The church is five miles
north of Vernon on Hwy.
279 at Pate Pond Road.
A love offering will be

MSBU Advisory
Committee meets
Sunny Hills/Oak Hills Mu-
nicipal Services Benefit
Unit (MSBU) Advisory
Committee will hold its
regular meeting Tuesday,
April 15, at 6:30 p.m. in the
Wilder Park pavilion, 3680

Gables Blvd., in Sunny
Agenda includes adopt-
ing the previous minutes
for the regular meeting on
Jan. 10, 2008, a special
meeting held March 19,
2008, and discussion on
the transfer of MSBU pur-
chased equipment to the
fire department.

Relay for Life dog
show fundraiser
CHIPLEY Northwest
Florida Conununity Hospi-
tal will host a dog show as
a Relay For Life fundraiser.
Entry fee is $5 per dog.
There is an additional $2
entry fee for each of the
following categories, best
of show, best dressed, cut-
est dog, ugliest dog, tiniest
dog and biggest dog.
Registration is Saturday,
April 12 at 8:30 a.m. Dog
show starts at 9 a.m. at the
hospital. Ribbons and priz-
es awarded to the winners
are courtesy of The Dog
House, 1362 N. Railroad
Avenue, Chipley.

Guardian Ad Litem
needs volunteers
CHIPLEY Abused and

neglected children need a
voice in court. The 14th
Circuit Guardian Ad Litem
Program is in search of de-
pendable adults interested
in a unique way to con-
tribute to our community.
The volunteer hours are
minimal and the training
is free.
Call 638-6043 in
Chipley or 482-9127 in
Marianna for more infor-
mation. The next training
class begins the evening
of April 14.

special meeting
CHIPLEY Washington
County Planning Depart-
ment will hold a special
meeting of the Planning
Commission on April 15 at
5 p.m. in the county annex
meeting room, 1331 South
Blvd., Chipley.
On the agenda; con-
sidering transmitting the
draft GIS Future Land
Use Map and Economic
Development Element of
the Comprehensive Plan
to the department of Com-
munity Affairs (DCA) for
their comments regarding
sufficiency of grant docu-

For more information,
call Connie Anderson at

Mature driving
course April 16-17
CHIPLEY Washington
County Council on Aging
and AARP are co-sponsor-
ing a mature driving class
on Wednesday, April 16
and Thursday, April 17
from 8 a.m. 12:30 p.m.
each day. The course will
be held at the Shriner's
Club on Brickyard Road
in Chipley.
This course is approved
by the DHSMV for a three-
year insurance premium re-
duction. Course fee is $10.
To register, call Washing-
ton County Council on
Aging at 638-6217.

Sunny Hills Garden
Club meets April 9
The Sunny Hills Garden
Club will hold its next
meeting on Wednesday,
April 9, at the Sunny Hills
Community Church at
10 a.m. There will be a
plant exchange and the
guest speaker will be John
Foster. All are welcome.


Things to do in Washington, Holmes and Surrounding Counties
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Just a few of the upcoming events
in your community:
Concert in the Park
Thursday, April. 10, 6pm
Holmes County High Blue Pride Band- jazz and
concert to perform. Proceeds go to offset expens-
es of band going to state competition in April.
Veterans Park, Bonifay
Dine and Dance
Friday, April 11, 6pm
The general public is invited to enjoy an evening
of dining and dance. Cost includes tip and tax for
Jim's Steak House Restaurant, Marianna
Boston Butt Sale
Friday, Apriil 11, 11am
Proceeds benefit Homebuilders Community Ser-
vice Fund, to help make homes handi-cap acces-
sible for those in need.
Hy-Temp Gas Company, Chipley
Marianna Arts Festival and Cook-off
Saturday, April 12, 9am
BBQ contest and a day of entertainment, food and
fun. Food and craft vendors on site.
Citizen's Lodge Park, Marianna
4-H Fishing Derby
Saturday, April 19, 8am
Organized morning of family fun. Trophies and
ribbons to winners of contests. Everyone invited
to attend. Exhibits on recyling, safety, abstinence,
animal education, etc.
Holmes County Fair Grounds, Bonifay
Check out or submit events at

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Donna Dykes / Staff writer

Nancy Springer, author of at least 50 books, talks about the most recent ones at a Friends of the Library meeting on April 3.

Love of

McCrary honored as Friend of the Library

Staff Writer'
The Friends of the
Washington County Library
named its Friend of the Library
last week. Ruth McCrary, who
was introduced Thursday as this
year's honoree, says she was
shocked and delighted to
receive the honor.
"I love the library and am
passionate about reading and
books," said McCrary who is
vice president of the FOTL,
which was'organized in
September 1988 by the Chipley
Woman's Club.
McCrary bought several of
the books written by guest
speaker Nancy Springer.
Springer claims Holmes County
as 4lome, but she actually lives in
an aircraft hangar at Tri-County
Airport near Bonifay.
Springer is new to Florida,

but "she's an old pro of a
writer," says Friends Program
Chairman, Cynthia Johnson.
The author has written close to
50 novels for adults, young
adults and children published.
The next hardcover tome,
"Dusssie", will be released in
The book is about a teen
Medusa, who wakes up one
morning to a very bad hair day,
having a head full of her least
favorite reptiles. Springer says
Dusssie is spelled with three
sss's because sssnakes lissp.
Also newly published is the
third book in the Enola Holmes
series, "The Case of the Bizarre
Bouquets." Enola Holmes is the
sister of Sherlock Holmes.
Springer's books have been
picked up by Recorded Books,
as well as publishers in Japan,
France, Great Britain, Germany,
Italy and other countries.

ABOVE:. Ruth McCrary
was honored as The
Washington County
Library, Friend of the
LEFT: Springer talks to
members of Friends of
the Library prior to
autographing her
books. She was guest
speaker at the April 3
meeting held at Blue
Lake Community
Photos by Donna Dykes
Staff writer

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Shure Shot cookout
Shure Shots 4-H Club will hold a cookout Saturday,
April 12, at Hard Labor Creek Shooting Sports from
10 a.m.-noon for all club members and parents.

Fourth Annual Worm Fiddlin' Festival
This year's Worm Fiddlin' Festival, in Caryville, will
feature Shane Owens with a kick off concert, Friday,
May 2, at 7 p.m. Concert tickets are $10, limited center
stage tickets are $15 each, on sale at S&S Grocery in
Caryville, Mane Street Hair Styling in downtown
Bonifay, and other various locations.
The festival is Saturday, May 3, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The annual Worm Fiddlin' Queen contest registration
deadline is April 17.
The pageant will be held Saturday, April 26 at 5 p.m.
There will be a King and Queen. Festivities include, a
worm fiddlin' contest, horseshoes, the wiggle worm
walk with fishin' gear foi'prizes, pie eating contest, a
gospel concert and many other activities. Vendors are
welcome. For more information, contact Helen
Chambers at 548-5134, Becky Pate at 364-6215 or
Town Hall at 548-5571.

WHTC Career Night
Washington/Holmes Technical Center will hold career
night on April 10, beginning at 6 p.m. The program will
include dinner. Two "grads made good" will be guest
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HCOA March Birthdays
Holmes Council on Aging celebrates March Birthdays, from the left, Wanda Cook, Mary Lou Bullington, Ginny Cooper-
HCOA data entry, Harold Smith-HCOA board member, Peggy Burger-HCOA coordinator/ certified meal manager, Doris
Lefebvre and Louise Sawyer.

Alexander Boston celebrated his seventh birthday on
April 4. He is the son of Sabrina Boston, grandson of Martha
Boston and the great-grandson of Lena Boston.

Pierce to preform on April 12
Johnna K. Pierce will be in concert at Poplar Head
Freewill Baptist Church on April 12 at 6:30 p.m. A love
offering will be received. The church is off Hwy. 280-
Douglas Ferry Road and Bonner Road. Refreshments will
be served in the fellowship hall following the concert.

Contributed photo
Tiffany Flourney (center), National Beta Cub Scholarship
recipient stands with Poplar Springs principal, Patty
Segrest and Beta Sponsor, Shirley Owens,

Flournoy named Beta Scholar
The National Beta Club announced that Tiffany Flournoy has
been named a Beta Scholar which entitles her to a scholarship
award of $1000. A senior at Poplar Springs High School, she com-
peted against more than 1200 candidates nationwide for this
honor. Two hundred-thirteen scholarship recipients were chosen.
She plans to attend Chipola College in Marianna. Tiffany is the
daughter of Tammy Bailey. Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Wendell Woodham and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Flournoy, of Graceville.

Davis graduates from basic training
Army National Guard Pvt. Michael C. Davis has graduated
from basic combat training at Fort Sill, Lawton, Okla. Davis, a
1988 graduate of Chipley High School, is the son of Wes Davis,
of Cottondale, and Marsha Anderson, of Chipley.

Puget Sound is one of the greyhounds adopted in
March at the Greyhound Adoption Meet and Greet.

Greyhound Meet and Greet
Greyhound Pets of America/Emerald Coast will hold
another area adoption on April 12, and April 26, from 11
a.m. to 2 p.m. at Books-A-Million, 811 East 23rd Street, next
door at Petsmart,,849 East 23rd Street, Panama City.
Retired racing Greyhounds will be at both sites, to "meet
and greet" accompanied by volunteers to answer questions
about adoption of greyhounds as pets.
To learn more, visit the web site, www.gpaec.com, or
attend the Meet and Greet, or call (888) 216-7236.

Sylvester/Toepfer wedding
Thomas D. and Mrs. Hazel R. (Payne) Sylvester of
Washington County, announce the recent marriage of their
son Thomas E. Sylvester of Palm Coast to Sandra D. Toepfer
of St. Augustine.
The bride is the daughter of Stephen A. Toepfer of
Clayton, Ohio and Birgitt Long of St. Augustine.
The ceremony was held on March 8, in the courtyard of
the Lightner Museum in St. Augustine. Following the
ceremony, a reception was held at the Columbia Restaurant
in St. Augustine. The couple will reside in Palm Coast.

Ledbetter/King wedding
Lee and Julie Ledbetter announce the approaching wed-
ding of their daughter Miranda to Kevin King, son of Sandra
King and the late John V King of Bonifay.
The ceremony will be at the Liberty Church on Creek
Road in Vernon on April 12 at 4 p.m.
All family and friends are invited to attend.

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Rogers/Wardenfelt engagement
Gerald and Kathleen Rogers announce the engagement
of their grandson Jacob Rogers, of Baltimore Md., to Kelly
Wardenfelt, also of Baltimore.
Jacob is the son of Mike Rogers and wife, Kelly, of
Panama City and Kathryn Cunningham, of New York. He
graduated from East Corning High School and from Hofs-
tra University on Long Island, N.Y., in 2002. He is employed
with Gaines & Co. in Baltimore.
Kelly is the daughter of Jeff and Diane Wardenfelt of
Taney Town, Md. She is a 2001 graduate of Mt. St. Mary's
University and is employed by the American Heart Associa-
tion of Baltimore.
A late fall wedding is planned in Baltimore.

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University of PET TALK
Mobile hosts
open house Grooming can
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WHTC's Pattillo

offers cooking tips

Washington-Holmes Technical Center
offers twenty-four career and technical
programs. The program instructors have
years of knowledge and expertise in their
career areas. Each week, we will feature
technical advice from one of our program
Pat Pattillo is Washington-Holmes
Technical Center's Commercial Foods
and Culinary Arts Instructor. Pattillo was
born in Macon, Ga. and raised in Miami,
Savannah and Dothan.
He graduated from Dothan High
School and then attended Wallace Com-
munity College for his AA degree. He fin-
ished his Bachelor's degree in Marketing
at Auburn University. His first job was
with Morrison's Cafeterias as the cafete-
ria manager.
He traveled extensively with Morrison's
.and opened new cafeterias in Springfield,
Mo. and Huntington, W. V.
After his first child was born, he settled
in Dothan to work as the food service
manager for Southeast Alabama Medical
In 1986, Pattillo joined WHTC as the
Culinary Arts instructor. He remained at
'the tech center for eight years then moved
.on to Sunland as their food service direc-
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Shortly after his return, the old meat
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If you'd like to sample the Culinary Art
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assover meal

Being perfect

in God's eyes

Contributed photos

ne of the highlights of
the student lead week
was the Passover
Meal held on
Thursday evening in the BCF
Assembly Center. Over 80
members of the Graceville
community joined the BCF
students in a traditional
Christian Haggadah and feast.
Individuals participated in the
ceremonial readings, meal, and
quoted Scriptures from Old
Testament prophecy. For more
information on upcoming
special events and holiday
celebrations at BCF, please
contact (800) 328-2660 ext 460.
Top photo: BCF students
serve as hosts and hostesses
during the Passover Meal held
at The Baptist College of
Bottom photo: Polly Floyd
and Joyce Lee participate in
the Passover Meal held at The
Baptist College of Florida.

Some time ago I was
asked the question, 'Are you
perfect?" I thought to myself
very quickly, no I am not
perfect. Jesus Christ was the
only person to walk the face
of this earth and live a
perfect life. I felt I had
answered well
until the
individual who
asked the

explained what
he was asking.
The one who
asked the
question did
not mean do
we live a
perfect life, or
do we live
without sinning.
What he meant
is, are there
times that we



are perfect in W es
the sight of
God. What a
thought that is, to be
completely sinless and clean
in the eyes of God. I believe
this is the idea that is
expressed in both 1
Corinthians 6:11 and in Acts
22:6; as well as many other
verses throughout the New
The man who had asked
the question, 'Are you
perfect?" went on to say that
at certain times in a
Christian's life we are
perfect. When we obey the
gospel of Jesus Christ we
have the awesome ability to
be perfect. To'Ib be sinless,
pure, sanctified, righteous,
and 'clean before God.
I believe that God does
not hold past sins against
Christians after they have
repented and asked for
forgiveness of those sins.
In Matthew 6:9-15 Christ
is teaching the disciples to
pray. In verses 12-15 Christ
teaches them to pray for
forgiveness of their sins, but
to be forgiven they must also
forgive others in the same
However, so many times

one asks for forgiveness and
never repents or changes his
ways. In Hebrews 10:26-27
the scripture teaches that the
one who sins willfully no
longer have a sacrifice for
sins. In other words, one who
sins willfully will not be
forgiven until
he decides to
repent and
change his
awho truly

according to
God's word
we have a
eir blessing in
being perfect
Shine 3 at certain
times in our
Shinelife. The
Webb forgiveness
of sin that
our Lord
Jesus Christ
has made possible is why we
as Christians can say from
time to time we are perfect
in the sight of God.
It is because of this
blessing we look forward to
our Saviors return and enjoy
reading passages like 2
Peter 3:10-11, "But the day
of the Lord will come as a
thief in the night; in the
which the heavens shall pass
away with a great noise, and
the elements shall melt with'
fervent heat, the earth also
and the works that are
therein shall be burned up.
Seeing then that all these
things shall be dissolved,
what manner of persons
ought ye to be in all holy
conversation and godliness,
Looking for and hasting
unto the comiifg of the day
of God, wherein the
heavens being on fire shall
be dissolved, and the
elements shall melt with
fervent heat? Nevertheless
we, according to his
promise, look for new
heavens and a new earth,
wherein dwelleth

Wes Webb is an evangelist at the Chipley Church of
Christ, 1295 Brickyard Road in Chipley.
He can be reached at (850) 638-2366.

Focusing on God and government

This morning I was given a great
opportunity to be part of a small
group to enjoy breakfast with Jim
Daly, president and CEO of "Focus
on the Family". As Jim shared
many thoughts with us about the
direction that "Focus" is looking at
going into its second generation, he
also shared inany interesting facts
of how the Lord has used Dr.
James Dobson and "Focus" in the
There were two items that really
caught my attention. He first
mentioned that China and a
communist country in South Africa
had welcomed "Focus on the
Family" to their country, even
though they knew they where
Christians representing Christian
values. They said that they
welcomed "Focus" because they
understood that in order to have a
strong government; you must have
strong families and values. The
communist country in South Africa
even took it a step further by giving
them a good sum of money to use
in their school system, in order to
teach their children abstinence.
That amazed me because here we
are a nation that other countries
consider to be a Christian nation,
yet we have groups and politicians
who are apposed to these most
basic needs of a great society being
taught in our schools; family values
and abstinence.

Secondly, Jim shared that there
was a time when "Focus" first
moved to Colorado Springs that
Senator Ken Salazar (Dem) came
and sat down with Dr. Dobson and
some of the team there at "Focus"
so that they could come to an
understanding. Dobson took his
normal stand for the family, which
as he explains it, means we are pro-
life and shared how that he
believed his elected official should
represent the people and moral
values. To which Senator Salazar
made the statement that has caused
me to share this with you. He said
to Dr. Dobson and those seating
there that he and twenty five of the
democratic senators at that time
where pro-life, but because of the
base of the party they had to vote
pro-choice, which is as you know is
pro-death to the children of this
great nation, which I also believe is
the main cause for the recession
that we are now experiencing.
I shared this with you because I
have a great concern for a nation
where people vote for a person who
represents a political party, just
because they are of that party.
Personally I vote for moral values
and think we all should. In other
words I will vote for a person, no
matter what party they may
represent, as long as they are for
giving equal rights and protecting
all children; pro-life. They must also

be pro-family, meaning one man
and one woman for life, raising
their children to fear, love and
adore the one and only almighty
God. They must be for protecting
the right of all Americans to bear
arms, and for capital punishment as
described in the Bible. On these
issues, this great nation was
founded, and I believe that if our
elected officials would stand on
these issues, all the other concerns
that people have would take care of
themselves, actually I don't
understand why all parties don't
have these as the base of their
party. After all that is what
government is for, to discern evil
and good and protect the good
from the evil. As you read Romans
13 you will soon discover that
government done the right way was
God' idea, as it says: "Let every soul
be subject to the governing
authorities. For there is no
authority except from God, and the
authorities that exist are appointed
by God. Therefore whoever resists
the authority resists the ordinance
of God, and those who resist will
bring judgment on themselves. For
rulers are not a terror to good
works, but to evil. Do you want to
be unafraid of the authority? Do
what is good, and you will have
praise from the same. For he is
God's minister to you for good. But
if you do evil, be afraid; for he does

not bear the sword in vain; for he is
God's minister, an avenger to
execute wrath on him who practices
evil. Therefore you must be-
subject, not only because of wrath
but also for conscience' sake. For
because of this you also pay taxes,
for they are God's ministers
attending continually to this very
thing. Render therefore to all their
due: taxes to whom taxes are due,
customs to whom customs, fear to
whom fear, honor to whom honor.
Owe no one anything except to love
one another, for he who loves
another has fulfilled the law"
Romans 13:1 8 (NKJV).
At one time in this country the
democratic party was known as the
party of the people because of their
"protect to the people" attitude,
and the republican party was
known as the party of the rich
because they worked at helping
those who had the means to create
new jobs, thus the parties balanced
each other. But to today both
parties have left their true purpose
for existing, because of their so
called base they are no longer
balancing each other, but have
changed the idea of government
from being government for the
people, to acting as if the people
exist for the government.
May I remind you and all
politicians, politics is not a sport; it
is not about one team beating the

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Tim Hall

other as the media tries to portray
it. But our government was
designed so that the parties that
"be" would keep each other in
check, and that together they would
serve and protect the citizens of this
great nation. It seems that it is now
time that politicians leave the
powers that "be" called parties and'
special 'interest groups, and return
to representing the people.

This message has been brought
to you From the Heart of Tim Hall,
Senior Pastor, Gidly Springs Baptist
Church, P.O. Box 745, Bonfay,
Florida 32425. Located; 2824 U.S. 90
West, three miles west of the light at
Highway 79, 850-547-3920, e-mail


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Wednesday, April 9, 2008


Bethel Baptist Church in revival

Bethel Baptist Church of
Graceville will be in revival start-
ing Thursday, April 17 through
Sunday, April 20. Services will
begin at 7 p.m. each evening and
Sunday services will be at 11a.m.
and 6:30 p.m.\
The Rev. Terry Hudson from
Butler, Ga. will be the speaker.
Rev. Hudson and his wife Patti
have been in the ministry since the
early 1980's.
Rev. Chris Nelson, pastor of
Hickory Hill Baptist Church in
Holmes County will be leading the
music Thursday through Saturday
nights. Karon Mattox, director of
music at Bethel Baptist will be
leading music in the Sunday serv-
ices. The church is at 1349 Hwy
173. For more information, call
(850) 263-6589.

Camp Ground Church
benefit April 12

Camp Ground Church, six miles
north of Westville on Highway
179-A, will host a benefit dinner on
April 12 beginning at 11 a.m. The
menu will consist of chicken or
fish, coleslaw, potato salad, baked
beans, cake and drink. Cost is $5
'per plate.
There will also be a cake auc-
tion. Candidates welcome. Pro-
ceeds will be used for the upkeep
of the church and cemetery.

"Changed" celebrates Celebrity Golf
anniversary April 12 Challenge

"Changed" Southern Gospel
Ministries will celebrate their 12th
anniversary Saturday, April 12, at 6
p.m. at the Old Chipley High
School, 680 Second Street.
Other featured artists include
Billy Gene Dickerson from
Dothan, Ala., "The Covenant
Quartet" from Marianna, and
national recording artists, "The
Kirklands" from Douglas, Ga. A-
$5 donation at the door.
There will be door prizes given
away. Jerry and Marilyn Proctor,
DJ's from 94.1 WTYS Real South-
ern Gospel will be emceeing the
For more information please
call (850) 638-5684 or visit us
online -at changedsgm.com, or

Ladies luncheon

Someone To Care Interna-
tional Ministries will hold a
ladies salad luncheon on April 9
at 11:30 a.m.
All ladies are invited, take
along your favorite salad to
share. Special speaker will be-
Jerre Richter from Bonifay's
House of Prayer.
For more information call
Clara at 638-0739.

Hearts of Hope International,
Inc. Celebrity Golf Challenge will
be held aboard the Lady Anderson
dining yacht April 12. Tickets and
sponsorships are now available.
Call, toll free at (866) 950-3334
for reservations or information.

Assembly holds
anniversary convention

Faith Fellowship Ministries cele-
brates its 25th anniversary conven-
tion on April 8, 9, and 10, with two
services daily, 10 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Amazing Grace Faith Fellowship
Church, 3253 Hwy. 2, Bonifay. For
more information call Pastor Bobby
Tidwell at 547-0190.

First Baptist Sunny
Hills hosts concert

First Baptist Church in Sunny
Hills will host the Sunhine State
Quartet in a concert on Sunday,
April 13 starting at 6 p.m.

Cards of Love
Assembly yard sale
Cards of Love Assembly of God
benefit yard sale will be held April
12, at 1061 Commerce Drive in the

Industrial Park. Use the WestPoint
Home employee entrance to the
parking lot of the newly con-
structed building. There will be
clothing, crafts, furniture and
more. Proceeds to go to the
church building fund.

"You Took Me Inn" benefit

I AM Inn Ministries, will hold a
"You Took Me Inn" benefit on
April 12 from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
at the Washington County Ag Cen-
ter, Hwy. 90 in Chipley.
There will be gospel and con-
temporary music featuring Louis
.and Ann Kathman, and Third
Verse along with door prizes and a
cake auction. Barbecued Boston
butt plates' with green beans,
potato salad, dessert and tea or
soda will be $5 each.

Front Porch Bible

Heaven's Garden Ministries, Inc.
will hold Bible study every Thurs-
day night beginning April 10 from
7 to 8:30 p.m. at 4333 Douglas
Ferry Rd. in Caryville. For more
information call 547-2619.

Bluegrass gospel sing

Oak Grove Pentecostal Min-
istries, north of Hwy. 2 on 179,

Bonifay, will hold a gospel sing on
April 11, at 7 p.m.
Special guests will be The
Cobb Family and the host group
Straight and Narrow Bluegrass.
For more information, call
(334) 588-6052 or email

Victory Tabernacle
Pentecostal Revival

Victory Tabernacle Pentecostal
Church, 10005 E. St. Hwy. 52,
Hartford, Al. (334) 588-2838,
Welcomes everyone to Thursday
Evenings in Revival, May 1, 8, 15
and May 22.
Each service begins at 7 p.m.
Speakers include: May 1 Pastor
Don Shoots, May 8 Pastor ,Tracy
Hobbs, May 15 Pastor Johnny
Strickland, May 22 Pastor Don
Shoots and May 22 will be a special
communion service.
"Clinging to His Word I have
chosen the way of truth: thy judg-
ments have I laid before me. I have
stuck unto thy testimonies: Oh
Lord put me not to shame, I will
run the way of thy command-
ments, when thou shalt enlarge my
Pastor Jessie Hobbs and the
Victory Tabernacle family
invite everyone to come and be
strengthened by the word of God.


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: 3816 Clemmons Road,,
Vernon. Service on first and third Sundays
at 11:15 a.m. Pastor is the Rev Leon Sin-
St. Joseph AME: 1401 Monroe
Sheffield Rd., Chipley. Pastor is the Rev.
Roy Hudson.
St. Luke AME: 4009 Jackson Commu-
nity Road, Vernon. Service on second and
fourth Sunday at 11 a.m., The Rev. Leon
Singleton, pastor.
Assembly of God
Bonifay First Assembly: 1009 S.
Waukesha St. Pastor is John Chance.
Carmel Assembly of God: County
Road 160 in the Bethlehem Community.
Pastor is Tommy Moore.
Grace Assembly of God: 567 N. Main
St. Pastor the Rev. Dallas Pettis.
Cords of Love Assembly of God: 2060
Bethlehem Road, off Hwy. 276, in the
Kynesville area. Pastor is Jerry Sanford.
Ebro Assembly of God: Hwy. 79 South.-
Pastor is Lloyd Lykins.
Faith Assembly of God: Underwood
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
Little Rock Assembly of God: 1923
Hwy. 173, six miles north of Bonifay.
Live Oak Assembly of God: Just off
Hwy. 177-A north of Bonifay. Pastor is the
Rev. William Walker.
Mt. Olive Assembly of God: Hwy. 179-
A off Hwy. 2. Pastor Thomas Ealum Jr.
Mt. Pleasant Assembly of God: Hwy.
179-A, eight miles north of Westville, Pastor
is Terry A. Broome.
New Bethany Assembly of God: Shaky
Joe Road just off Hwy. 280 at Hinson's
Crossroads. Pastor is Leon Jenkins.
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 The Rev Josh Garner is pastor.
Northside Assembly of God: 1009 N
Rangeline St., across from Bonifay Elemen-
tary. Pastor Edwin Bell.
Smith Chapel Assembly of God: 2549
Smith Chapel Road, just off Hwy. 177-A.
Pastor George Stafford.
Vernon Assembly of God Church:
3349 McFatter Avenue. Pastor is the Rev.
Wesley Hall.
Wausau Assembly of God: Hwy. 77.
Pastor is Danny Burns.
Westville Assembly of God: Hwy 181
North. Pastor is Lavon Burke.
Winterville Assembly of God: Dog-
wood Lakes Road. Pastor Mitch Johnson.
Abigail Free Will 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
Bpnifay on Hwy. 79. Pastor is Ed Barley.
Bethlehem Baptist: Hwy, 177. Pastor is
Dr. Wesley Adams.
Beulah Anna Baptist: Coursey Road a
half-mile off Hwy. 81. Pastor is David Hidle.
Blue Lake Baptist: Southeast corner
where 1-10 and Highway 77 cross on the
Bonifay First Baptist: 311 N. Wauke-
sha. Pastor Shelley Chandler.
Bonifay Free Will Baptist: Corner of
Kansas Avenue and Oklahoma Street, Pas-
tor is Tim Schneider.
Caryville Baptist: 4217 Old Bonifay
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
East Pittman Freewill Baptist: 1/2 mile
north of Hwy 2 on 179. Pastor is Herman
Eastside Baptist: Hwy. 277, Vernon,
Esto First Baptist: 1050 N Hwy 79.

Pastor is Ryan Begue..
Evergreen Missionary Baptist: Church,
Gap Pond Free Will Baptist: 1980 Gap
Blvd. in Sunny Hills. Interim Pastor is the
Rev. George Cooper.
Gritney Baptist Church, 2249 Hwy 179.
Pastor Rodd Jones
Gully Springs Baptist: Three miles
west of Bonifay on Hwy. 90. Pastor Tim Hall.
Hickory Hill Baptist: 1656 Hickory Hill
Road (Hwy. 181 N), Westville.
Holmes Creek Baptist: Cope Road
northwest of Chipley.
Holyneck Missionary Baptist: 3395
Cemetery Lane, Campbellton. Pastor
Richard Peterson Sr.
Jerusalem Missionary Baptist: 614
Bennett Drive, Chipley. Price Wilson is pas-
Leonia Baptist: Church is located in
northwest Holmes County. Pastor is Stacy
Lovewood Free Will Baptist: 1745
Lovewood Road, Cottondale. Pastor is
Henry Matthews,
Mt. Ararat Missionary Baptist: 1233
Old Bonifay Rd., Chipley. Pastor is Dr. H.G.
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 Dick-
New Concord Free Will Baptist: James
Paulk Road off Hwy. 177. Pastor James
New Hope Baptist: Intersection of
Hwys. 2 and 179A.
New Hope Missionary Baptist Church
(Two Egg), 3996 Wintergreen Road, Green-
New Orange Baptist: 782 Alford Road.
Pastor is Alcus Brock.
New Prospect Baptist: 761 New
Prospect Road, Chipley Pastor is Kermit
New Zion Baptist: Hwy. 177-A north of
Hwy. 2.
Noma Baptist: Hwy. 175 north of Hwy.
Northside Baptist: Intersection of
Hwys. 81 and 90 in Ponce de Leon. Pastor
is Ken Harrison.
Oakie Ridge Baptist: Corner of Orange
Hill and Gilbert's Mill roads, southeast of
Orange Hill Baptist: 3.6 miles east of
Wausau, off Pioneer Road at 3485 Gainer
Road. Pastor Phillip Gainer.
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
Salem Free Will Baptist: 2555
Kynesville Road (Hwy. 276) between Cot-
tondale and Alford. Pastor is Donnie
Sand Hills Baptist: 6758 Hwy. 77. Pas-
tor is T Keith Gann.
Shady Grove Baptist Church, 1955
Highway 177-A, Bonifay. Pastor, Tim Shu-
St. John Free Will Baptist: St. John's
Road, Bonifay.
St. Matthew's Missionary Baptist: 4156
St. Matthew's Road, Caryville. Pastor is the
Rev. James Johns.
Shady Grove Baptist Church, 1955
Highway 177-A, Bonitay. 547-3517. Pastor
is Tim Shumaker.
Shiloh Baptist: Church located on Hwy.
277, three miles south of Hwy. 90 in Chip-
Shiloh Missionary Baptist: 3013 Moss
Hill Road in Vernon. Pastor Rev Marcelious
Willis Jr.
Sunny Hills First Baptist: 1886 Sunny
Hills Blvd. Pastor is Mike Swingle.
Union Hill Baptist: Hwy. 177, a mile
south of Hwy 2.,Pastor is Maurice Jenkins.
Unity Baptist: 3274 River Road, Hin-
son's Crossroads. Pastor is Lindsey Martin.
Vernon First Baptist, 2888

Church St., Vernon.
West Bonifay Baptist: 609 W. Indiana
Grace Lutheran: Hwy. 90 East, Bonifay.
Interim pastor is Jerry Conley.
Blessed Trinity Catholic: Hwy. 177-A in
St. Joseph the Worker Catholic: Hwy.
77 South, Chipley.
Church of Christ
Chipley Church of Christ: 1295 Brick-
yard Road. Wes Webb is minister.
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 Victor 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. Pastor is Ernest
St. Matthew's Episcopal: Hwy. 90
West, Chipley. Vicar is Ward S. Clarke.
Harris Chapel Holiness: Eight miles
north of Caryville on Hwy. 179. Pastor?' are
the Rev. Norman and Judy Harris.
Sweet Gum Holiness: 105 Corbin Rd.,
Third United Holiness: 608 West 8th
Ave., Graceville. Pastor is Arthur Fulton.
Jehovah's Witnesses
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses:
2048 Hwy. 77, Chipley,
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses:
Hwy. 90, Bonifay.
Temples are available in Dothan and
Panama City.
Mosque available inBlountstown.
First United Pentecostal: 1816 Hwy. 90
W., Chipley Pastor is James Caudle.
First United Pentecostal: 2100 High-
way 90 West, Westville. Pastor Jason
Open Pond United Pentecostal: 1885
Hwy. 179-A, Westville. Pastor is Ray
Trinity Pentecostal Tabernacle: Hwy. 77
between Sunny Hills and Greenhead. Pas-
tor is Larry Willoughby.
True Holiness Pentecostal: 5099 Little
Rock Circle, Ebro. Pastor is Louis D. Brown.
Turning Point First United Pentecostal:
Hwy. 90 West, Chipley. Pastor is James
Wausau Pentecostal Holiness: 2201
Pioneer Road. Pastor is James Barwick.
Fifth United Pentecostal Holliness
church, 776 Peach Street, Chipley. Pastor
is Elder Billy Wilson and Assistant Pastor
is Evangelist B, Snipes.
Seventh Day Adventist
Bonifay Seventh Day Adventist: 604
Mathusek St. Pastor is Jeff Westberg.
Bethlehem United Methodist: Hwy.
177, look for sign.
Bonifay United Methodist: Oklahoma
Cedar Grove United Methodist: Two
miles west of Miller's Crossroads on Hwy,
2. Pastor is John Hinkle.
Chipley First United Methodist: 1285
Jackson Ave.
East Mt. Zion United MethodisL: Hwy.
173 N., 10 miles from Bonifay.
Lakeview United Methodist: Hwy. 279
near Five Points, 1970 Lakeview Drive. Pas-
tor Mike Weeks.
Mt. Ida Congregational Methodist:
Just off Hwy. 2 in Holmes County's New
Hope community. Pastor is the Rev. Tom
H 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 Methodist:
2430 Shakey Joe Road, near Hinson
Poplar Head 'United Methodist: 1.5
miles north of Hwy. 2 on Hwy. 163.
Red Hill United Methodist: State Road
2, two miles west of SR 79. Pastor is the
Rev Buddy Pennington.
Vernon United Methodist: Hwy. 79.
Pastor is John Kramer.
Wausau United Methodist: Hwy. 77.
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 Clayton Road.
Chipley. Pastor is Rick Lovett.
Covenant Community Fellowship, 844
Main Street, Chipley. Pastor 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
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
Liberty Church: Creek Road in Vernon.
Pastor is Dennis Boyett.
Graceville Community: 1005 E. Prim
Ave. Pastor Dale Worle .
The Word Church: 335 Alford Road,
Cottondale. Pastors are Buddy and Jeanne
Grace & Glory Worship Center: 1328
Railroad Ave., Chipley. Pastor is Debbie
House of Prayer Worship Center: 763
West Blvd. Pastor is Anthony B. McKinnie.
Northwest Florida Christian Church:
4465, Hwy. 77 (meets Sundays at 6 p.m.
for Bible study). Pastor isd Fred King.
Moss Hill Church: Second and fourth
Sundays, 2 p.m. Off Hwy. 279.
Cornerstone Harvest Outreach: Cor-
ner of Reno and Fanning Branch, Vernon.
Pastors are Willis and Drucile Hagan,
Pine Hill Church: 1675 Robins Bridge
Road, Bonifay. 32425. Pastors: B.T.
Owens and James Bush.
Cypress Creek Community Church:
2.5 miles west of Alford at 1772 Macedo-
nia Road. Pastor is James Vickery.
Bonnett Pond Community Church:
2680 Bonnett Pond Rd. between Wausau
and Vernon. Pastor is the Rev Teddy Joe
The Potter's Hands: Greenhead at
corner of Hwy. 77 and Pine Log Road.
Pastors are Robert and Sheila Smith.
Holmes Valley Community Church:
3550 Fanning Branch Road, Vernon. Pas-
tors Willis and Drucile Hagan.
Bonifay House of Prayer: 826 N:
Caryville Rd. Pastor Devon Richter.
Sapp Holiness Church: 2207 Sapp
Road, Cottondale,
Faith Covenant Fellowship: Hwy. 277
half-mile south of 1-10.
Caryville Evangelistic Center: Wright's
Creek Road in Caryville, just north of Hwy.
90. Pastor is Wayne Brannon.
Someone To Care International Min-
istries, Inc.: 1705 Pioneer Rd, Chipley.
Just 2.5 miles east of caution light in
Wausau, Pastor is the Rev. S. J. Cunning-
Johnson Temple First Born Holiness:
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 Living
God: 5681 Hwy, 79 South, Vernon, Pastor
Is John 0. Brown.
Miracle Valley Spirit of Holiness: 3754
Bunyon Drive, off Hwy. 77 near Sunny
Hills. Pastor W.D. King.

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have been blessed by God. The Bible
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last, but that some friends are more loyal
than brothers. We are all members of
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in faith by Christ Jesus who iS the Savior
of the world. "What a friend we have
in Jesus," is an old Christian song that
reminds us that those who know Jesus
as their Lord and Savior should never
have to say that they have no family or
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God, through faith.
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Gulf Coast Horse
Show, Music Festival
The 10th annual Gulf Coast
Horse Show and Music Festival
returns to PanamaCity at Frank
Brown Park, Wednesday through
Saturday, April 23 through 26. Gates
will open at 3:30 p.m. with shows
starting at 5:30 p.m. each night.
Admission is $12; children age
six and under and persons show-
ing an active military I.D. admit-
ted free.
Specialty acts and live entertain-
ment scheduled before and after
the show includes Jeff Cook & The
Allstar Goodtime Band, Kenny
Kidd, Ivey Brothers, Tim Leper
and "Wild Thang", Big Horse Pro-
ductions and Flippenout Produc-
tions and many specialty acts
round out the shows.
Over $50,000 in total prize
money and bonuses will be
awarded. No qualification neces-
sary for championship classes.
Entry fee of $50 for all classes
except walking horse champi-
onship ($160) and WH.TA. Rider
Cup classes are $60. entry fee for
stick class is free.
For more information visit
Call (850) 914-9030 for reserva-
tions and ticket information.
For information on specialty acts
visit www.teamghostriders.com,
www.bighorseproduction.com and

Goat Field Day
A Goat Field Day will be held 9
a.m. to 3 p.m. April 11 at the
FAMU Research and Extension
Center, 4259 Bainbridge Highway
in Quincy.
It is sponsored by the Florida
Agricultural and Mechanical Uni-
versity, College of Engineering
Sciences, Technology and Agricul-
There will be workshops, hands-
on demonstrations, goat meat
samples and technical support for
local producers.
On site registration is free to the
public. Lunch will be $5 per

For more information, contact
Dr. Thomas Peterson, assistant
professor/extension veterinarian at
thomas.petersonfamu.edu or visit
the website: www.famu.edu/herds.

Gann Brothers 28th
Anniversary April 26
The Gann Brothers 28th
Anniversary concert will be held
Saturday, April 26, at 6 p.m. at the
Marina Civic Center, Panama City.
Featured artists include The
Gann Brothers, The Nelons,
Tammy Kirkland, Amy Gann, Ped-
die Family, Gann Family and The
Tickets are $12 in advance, $15
at the door. Children six and
under, free when accompanied by
an adult. Proceeds go to benefit
the Florida Sherriff's Youth
Tickets are on sale at area
Christian bookstores, Marina Civic
Center, or call (850) 769-8654.

Flowers benefit yard sale
A benefit yard sale will be held
April 11-12 to help Gladys Flow-
ers pay medical bills. She was
diagnosed with colon cancer in
October 2007 and goes to
Dothan, Ala., once a week for
chemo treatments.
Anyone with items they would
like to donate, or who can help in
any way, may call (850) 263-7444.
The yard sale, which will begin
at 7 a.m. both days, will be held at
1086 Main Street in Noma.

River Festival hosts
trading post settlement
If you've ever wanted to see an
arrowhead being sculpted, the
33rd annual Festival on the Rivers
in Geneva is the place to be the last
weekend in April.
A trading post settlement will be
set up next to the Choctawhatchee
River when the festival opens on
April 25.
The festival opens with a parade
at 4:30 p.m., Friday, April 25. Line
up begins at 4 p.m. in the parking

lot of First Baptist Church on
South Commerce Street.
A smokehouse will be the cen-
tral building. Smoking is one
method of preserving meat by dry-
ing and partially cooking it. Sam-
ples of pork will be on sale at the
trading post.
Around the smoke house will be
exhibits of turn-of-the-century liv-
ing skills and the traditional "quilt-
ing bee" in films, a real-life social
circle where fabric scraps are recy-
cled into warm bed linens and
clothing. What was once a neces-
sity has now become an art form.
Members of the Geneva Senior
Center will be the quilters on Sat-
urday, April 26. Basket making,
pottery and trapping will also be
demonstrated underneath the live
oaks and pines.
There may also be soldiers from
the militia of 1814, Andrew Jack-
son's original National Guard, and
a Rebel encampment from the
Civil War. The traditional events of
sculling, worm fiddling and canoe
races will be at the rivers on Satur-
day morning as well as the coin
scramble, tug-of-war and greasy
pole. climb.
Entertainment includes Luke
Williants, the guitar whiz from
Arkansas, and local musicians,
Dolores Shehee and Shane
Owens. The headliners will be T.
Graham Brown, and Mel
The River Junction Cruisers will
hold their annual car Saturday
beginning at 8 a.m.
Sunday, featured speaker will be
Andy Bryan, a Headland minister
and musician. His music is heard
on gospel stations across the Wire-
grass. Church service is at 11 a.m.
followed by gospel music until
4 p.m.
For more information, contact
the Geneva County Chamber of
Commerce at (334) 684-6582.

Theater presents
"High School Musical"
Florida Chautauqua Theater
will present Disney's "High School
Musical" on stage at the theater at
840 Baldwin Avenue, DeFuniak

Springs. There'll be showings April
17 through 19 at 7 p.m. each
evening, with a matinee at 2:30
p.m. Sunday, April 20.
For tickets or more informa-
tion, call 892-9494 or e-mail
Cost of tickets isg$15 for adults,
$12 for students 22 and under.
The high school musical fea-
tures young actors from Walton,
South Walton, Paxton, Niceville
and collegiate high schools, a cou-
ple of area middle schools and two
elementary schools.
Make plans now to see the
Florida Chautauqua's version of
the musical that has taken the
world by storm.

Marianna Arts Festival
The 5th annual Marianna 'Arts
Festival and Barbeque Cook-off
will be held April 11 and 12 at Cit-
izens' Lodge Park in Marianna. It
will feature a variety of events
from noon to 10 p.m. on Friday
and 9 a.m. until 7 p.m. on
There'll be fireworks sponsored
by Rahal-Miller and Marianna
Toyota Friday night, and Shane
Owens will be in concert -that
evening from 8-10 p.m.
Food vendors will offer their
wares during the festival. There'll
be a Backyard BBQ contest and a
Memphis BBQ Network contest,
dance performances, remote
controlled boats and planes, chil-
dren's activities, fine arts contest,
live music, arts and crafts, petting
zoo, pony rides, bicycle rodeo
and much more.
For more information on the
"Paint & Pork" festival, visit the
website at www.mariannaartsfesti-

A Day in the Park
Washington County Arts Coun-
cil will host its first ever 'A Day in
the Park" festival at Shivers Park in
Chipley, on April 26 from 10 a.m.
to 4 p.m. There will be music and
entertainment, vendors, perform-
ers, an art show and craft activities
for all to enjoy.

Vendor space, 15 ft. x 15 ft., is
available'for $20.
Interested vendors can contact
the Washington County Tourist
Development Council or the Arts
Council for an application. Dead-
line is April 10.
This event is funded in part by.
the Washington County Tourist
Development Council.

Bozeman band
performs at Disney World
The Deane Bozeman School
"Sound of Roaring Thunder"
band members became stars of
their own Disney show on
March 27, when they took the
stage at Dock Stage.
They traveled from Southport
to the Walt Disney World Resort
to take part in Disney Magic
Music Days.


Foods reunion
All former drivers and families
of Benson/Fleming Foods in
Geneva, Ala., are invited to a
reunion on Saturday, April 12,
beginning at 10 a.m. at Geneva
Farm Center on Hwy 52W.
Take your favorite covered dish
to share and enjoy the day.
For more information, call
Melvin Harris at (850) 548-5499,
cell (850) 326-0552, or call Daniel
Carroll at (850) 859-2524.

Kynesville School
reunion April 12
The 11th annual Kynesville
School reunion will be Saturday,
April 12, at the Jackson County
Farm Center on Hwy. 90 in Mari-
anna. Doors will open at 9:30 a.m.
Lunch will be served at noon.
Take your favorite covered dish
to share and any old photos and
For more information, contact
Janie Annunziata.


April 11, 2008

6:30 P.M.
Mr. Bender is an anti spit tobacco
speaker. He started using spit tobacco
at the age of 12 and at the age of 26
his life changed. He lost 1/2 of his
jaw and 1/3 of his tongue to oral
cancer. He has dedicated this second
chance to spreading the message that
spit tobacco is not a safe alternative
to smoking. Mr. Bender goes to
schools, Major League baseball
spring training camps and works
with the state and local health departments across the United
States. He will be in our community on April 11, 2008 at
6:30 P.M. at...

New Life Fellowship

Assembly of God

695 5th Street

Chipley, FL 32428

For More Information Contact:
Washington County Health Department
Kara Green 850-638-6240, ext. 138



Some Things You May

Not Know About...


* Can be called snuff, dip, chew, chewing tobacco or smokeless

* It can cause oral cancer and can lead to addiction.
* Chewing tobacco users have an increase in dental decay
which leads to more cavities due to the high sugar content in the
smokeless tobacco
* Spit tobacco also contains high levels of salt which contribute to
high blood pressure in users .
* 40-60% of Smokeless Tobacco users exhibit signs of
Leukoplakia, which is a condition that is commonly considered
pre-cancerous and characterized by white patches on the cheek or
* Some other oral side effects are staining of teeth, loss of taste,
bad breath, and gingival recession
* The Nicotine in Smokeless tobacco is absorbed directly into the
bloodstream through the mucous membrane in the mouth
* Nicotine is a powerful central nervous system stimulant found in
the tobacco leaf. Nicotine is classified as a drug. In higher doses it
is extremely poisonous, and is commonly used as an insecticide.
* One dip or chew can be equal to 5 Cigarettes
* Spit tobacco has 28 known carcinogens
* A carcinogens is a substance know to cause cancer
* Spit tobacco users are 50 times more likely than non users to
contract cancers of the cheek, gums, and inner surface of the lip.
* The juices from the spit tobacco can also induce cancer in the
esophagus, larynx, stomach, prostate, and pancreas.

Tobacco Companies and Advertising...
* They associate Smokeless Tobacco with rodeos, rock stars, and
sports heroes
* They even sponsor rock concerts, rodeos, auto racing, and tractor
* These companies continue to advertise heavily at retail outlets
near schools and playgrounds, with large signs and ads that are
clearly visible outside the building
* The tobacco industry spends over #13.3 billion a year on
advertising, which is more that $36 million a day, only to attract
new customers.

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Ola McBride
Ola Mae McBride, 75, of Chip-
ley died March 25 at Bonifay
Nursing & Rehab Center in
Bonifay. She was a Washington
County native, and had been
salutatorian of the class of 1951
at Roulhac High School.
Survivors include three sisters,
Inell Edwards of Panama City,
Ada Merriel of St. Augustine and
Jenell Cotton of Chipley; a step-
brother, Calvin McDougald of
Chipley, many nieces, nephews
and other relatives and friends.
Services were held March 29 at
Jerusalem Missionary Baptist
Church in Chipley with the pas-
tor, the Rev. Price Wilson, Rev.
Cleve Wedderburn, and Minister
Michelle Edwards officiating.
Burial was in Southside
Cemetery in Chipley with
Cooper Funeral Home of
Chipley directing.

Charlie Green
Charlie Howard Green, 84, of
Sneads died March 27 at his
residence. He was a life-long
resident of Jackson County and
was retired from Florida State
Hospital. He was also a retired
farmer and a member of New
Hope Free Will Baptist Church.
Green was preceded in death
by two sons, Byron and Jimmy
Green; his parents, Counce and
Haley Hayes Green; a brother,
C.M. Green, and a sister,
Baby Doll.
Survivors include his wife,
Lena L. Green of Sneads; six
sons and five daughters-in-law,
Wayne and Christie Green of
Bristol, Thomas and Dianne
Green, Allen and Kay Green,
and Lynn Green, all of Two Egg,
Terry and Myrtle Green of Grand
*Ridge, Mark and Melanie Green
of Lovedale; six brothers, A.J.
Green and Doyle Green, of Mar-
ianna, Hayes Green of Ocala,
Coy Green and Fred Green, both
of Haines City, and Flake Green
of Chattahoochee; four sisters,
Lou Etta Corbin of Chipley,
Hazel Boyd of Sneads, Lil Hollis
of Marianna and Carrie Dunway
-of Haines City, 22 grandchildren
and 16 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
March 30 at New Hope Free Will
'Baptist Church with the Rev.
Michael Carr officiating.
Burial was in the church ceme-
tery with James & Sikes Funeral
Home, Maddox Chapel of
Marianna, directing.
Memorial contributions may
'be made to the New Hope Free
Will Baptist Church building

Pauline Smith
Pauline Smith, 86, died March
29 at her home. She was born
March 5, 1922, in Acworth, Ga.,
to Alfred and Bertie (Thomas)
.Sims. She had lived in the Chip-
ley area for the past 16 years,
moving there from Boca Raton.
Smith did elder care and
attended Blue Lake Baptist
Survivors include her. son and
daughter-in-law, James and Pat
Smith of Chipley; a daughter and
son-in-law, Jackie and Dan
Farrar of Cohutta, Ga., five
grandchildren and 10 great-
Services were held March 30 in
the funeral home chapel with the
Rev. Tim Hall officiating.

Burial was in Piney Grove
Cemetery with Brown Funeral
Home of Chipley directing.

Robert Cousson
Robert (Bob) E. Cousson, 70,
died March 28 at North
Okaloosa Medical Center. He
was born Jan. 18, 1938, in Hat-
tiesburg, Miss., to Wert and
Hazel (Giles) Cousson.
He had worked as an investiga-
tor for the Florida Department
of Agriculture. He had lived in
the area for the past 14 years,
coming from Milton. He was a
member of the Live Oak Baptist
Church in Crestview.
Survivors are his wife, Rebecca
Anderson Cousson of Crestview;
one son, Robert Cousson II of
Pennsylvania; two daughters,
Aletha R. Nguyan of Houston,
Texas, and Teressa Williams of
Marianna; two stepdaughters,
Teresa Brown of Chipley and
Angelia Martin of Alford; two
brothers, Kenneth Cousson of
Columbia, S.C., and Bob Mullins
of Mississippi; three sisters,
Emily McKnight of Missouri,
Annette Ruffin of Jacksonville
and Marilyn Blacledge of Missis-
sippi; a special aunt, Emily
Mullins of Clinton, Miss., and 10
Services were held April, 2 in
the funeral home chapel with the
Revs. Tim Evans and Mike Orr
Burial was in Carmel
Cemetery with Brown Funeral
Home of Chipley directing.

Jessie M. Tate
Jessie Mae Tate, 85, of Bonifay
died March 28 at her home. She
was born Dec. 12, 1922, in Selma,
Ala., to the late Joel Granberry
and Patrey Cooey Matthews.
Tate was preceded in death by
her parents, her husband, Melvin
Rudolph Tate, and a daughter-in-
law, Mary Jo Tate.
Survivors include, a son,
Melvin Tate, one daughter,
Linda Register, and a sister,
Mattie Ruth Davis, all of
Bonifay; a grandson, two
great-grandchildren and one
Services were held March 21 at
Bethany Baptist Church with the
Revs. Tommy Widden and Ed
Barley officiating.
Burial was in the church ceme-
tery with Peel Funeral Home: of
Bonifay directing.

Westley Potter
Westley Earl Potter, 58, of
Chipley died March 28 at Wash-
ington County Rehab & Nursing
Center in Chipley. He was a
Washington County native, and
was a graduate of the Roulhac
High School class of 1967.
Potter was a veteran of the
U.S. Army and a member of the
Methodist Faith. He was an
employee of the Department of
Transportation for more than 20
Survivors include his children
and their spouses, Candace Pot-
ter of Chipley, Kelvin and Salena
Potter, Leslie and Antuan Potter,
Jeff and Rosalind Potter, all of
Cottondale; his mother, Maggie
Ree Green of Chipley; father and
stepmother, James and
Josephine Potter of-Fort Walton
Beach; stepchildren, Nikki Cum-
mings, Terrance Pruitt and wife,
Diane, Tameka Pruitt and Keshia

Ware, and other relatives.
Funeral was held April 2 at
Grant Tabernacle A.M.E.
Church in Chipley with the pas-
tor, Rev. Larry Brown and the
Revs. Price Wilson and George
Williams officiating.
Burial was in the St. Joseph
Cemetery in Chipley with
Cooper Funeral Home of
Chipley directing.

Lorene Barrentine
Lorene Barrentine, 79, of
Cottondale died March 31 at
Jackson Hospital following a
lengthy illness. She was born in
Wewahitchka and had been a
resident of Jackson County most
of her life.
Barrentine loved 'fishing,
singing and working with crafts.
She was preceded in death by
her parents, Henry L. and Allie
Mae Yon Broom,
Survivors include her husband
of 63 years, Huey Barrentine of
Cottondale; a daughter, Cather-
ine Stone and husband, Frank, of
Altha; a sister, Ernestine Christ-
mas of Cottondale; brother and
sister-in-law, John A. and Edna
Barrentine of Camilla, Ga.; two
grandsons, and a host of nieces,
nephews and cousins.
Funeral was held April 2 at
First Assembly of God in Chipley
with the Rev. Dallas Pettis offici-
Burial was in Pilgrims Rest
Cemetery with James & Sikes
Funeral Home, Maddox Chapel
of Marianna, directing.

Frances Wroblewski
Frances Wroblewski, 93, of
Sunny Hills died March 29. She
had a host of friends in Sunny
Hills who survive.
Services were held April 2 at St.
Theresa Catholic Church with
Monsignor Francis Szczykutowicz
Burial was in Calvary
Cemetery with Brown Funeral
Home of Chipley directing.

Philip Rountree
Philip Rountree, 84, of Chipley
died March 30 at Flowers Hospi-
tal in. Dothan, Ala. He was a
Washington County native, hav-
ing been born in Chipley June 28,
1923. He was known as "Coach,"
a nickname he acquired during
his years as athletic director and
coach at Chipley High School.
Rountree served in the U.S.
Army from 1943 to 1945. During
World War II, he was stationed in
the Philippines and Japan and
achieved the rank of Captain. He
was a charter member of the
Chipley National Guard Unit
and retired as a Captain in 1963.
He married the former Con-
stance Coleman in 1943 and they
had a son, Philip Redus Roun-
tree. Coach had a career in edu-
cation that spanned 56 years.
He graduated from Chipley
High School in 1941 and
'attended the University of
Florida for one year before
joining the Army.
When he returned home,
he enrolled at Florida State
University where he was
co-captain and quarterback of
the Seminoles' first football team
in 1947, completing the first pass
in the school's history.
Rountree graduated from FSU
in 1948 and returned to Chipley
High School where he served as

athletic director and coached the
Tigers' baseball, basketball and
football teams from 1949-1953,
compiling a record of 37-10-3 in
football and 75-35 in basketball.
He also served on the committee
that developed the first Florida
Coaches Manual produced by
the Department of Education.
He retired as DOE program
administrator of Area I (Escam-
bia to Taylor counties) in 1995.
He served as the first principal
of Kate M. Smith Elementary
School from 1954-1967 before
being hired as a consultant by
the Florida Department of
While working with DOE,
Rountree supervised a model
recreation program at Melrose
Elementary School in Columbia
County that received national
recognition. He also wrote the
concept for the Commissioner of
Education's Student Recognition
Awards Program, which recog-
nizes students' achievements in
total fitness.
In 2000, he was inducted into
the FHSSA Hall of Fame. In
2006, the Chipley High School
football field was renamed Philip
Rountree Stadium in his honor.
Rountree was an active mem-
ber of First Baptist Church of
Chipley, where he served as a
deacon and superintendent of
Sunday school for many years.
He was preceded in death by
his wife,. Connie, his brother,
Andy, and a nephew, Wesley
Survivors include his son and
daughter-in-law, Redus and Cyn-
thia Rountree of Cottondale; a
brother, John Rountree; first
cousins, Jack Campbell and Flo
Chase; four nephews, William
Rountrtee of Atlanta, Ga., Philip
Rountree of Tampa, Phil Shoe-
maker and Chris Shoemaker,
both of Tallahassee; a niece
Kathy Carlile of Heathrow,
two granddaughters, and two
Services were held April 3 at
First Baptist Church in Chipley.
A short graveside service
followed with Brown Funeral
Home of Chipley directing.
Memorial donations may be
made to First Baptist Church of
Chipley or the Washington
County Public Library.

Veldie Hicks
Veldie L. Hicks, 76, of Lorida
died April 1. She was born June
7, 1931, in Esto and had been a
lifelong resident of Florida, mov-
ing to Highlands County around
She was employed in agricul-
ture as a citrus nursery worker.
Survivors include her sons and
daughters-in-law, Gene and
Debra Morel of Lorida, James
and Belinda Hicks, and Ralph
Broxson, all of Lorida, Dennis
and Linda Morel of Avon Park,
Eugene and Frances Morel of
Chipley; a daughter, Luvel Wat-
son of Lorida; brother, Franklyn
"Buddy" Hollis; sisters, Lucile
Ammons, Mary Chamblee, Lovel
Norman and Lubell Peters, all of
Northwest Florida; 20 grandchil-
dren and four great-grand-
Funeral was held April 4 in the
funeral home chapel in Avon
Park with the Rev. Mike Adams
Burial was at Bougainvillea
Cemetery in Avon Park with
Stephenson-Nelson Funeral
Home of Sebring directing.

Ida Kirkland
Ida Inez Kirkland, 89, who was
born Aug. 8, 1918, in Bonifay,
died at her home there on March
She, had no living siblings.
Survivors include her children,
Howard Kirkland, Carl Kirkland,
Betty Sue Weeks, Richard
Kirkland, and Ronald Kirkland;
13 grandchildren and 19
Visitation was held at Peel
Funeral Home with chapel serv-
ices following. To honor Ms. Ida's
wishes, the family will have a pri-
vate graveside service at a later
Peel Funeral Home of Bonifay
was in charge of directions.
Memorial contributions may
be made in her name to
Covenant Hospice of Marianna.

Harold Berry
Harold "Colonel" Berry, 86, of
Bonifay died April 1 following an
extended illness. He was born
Oct. 10, 1921, in Geneva County,
Ala., to the late Irvin and Era
Hagler Berry.
A U.S, Army Veteran of World
War II, Berry received a Purple
Heart. He retired from Wire-
grass Electric in Hartford, Ala.,
with more than 33 years of
He was preceded in death by
his parents, a sister, Alyne Kyser,
and a brother, Herman Berry.
Survivors include his wife of 62
years, Bernice Berry; two daugh-
ters and sons-in-law, Frances and
Ronnie Hamm of Bonifay, Car-
olyn and Larry York of Dothan,
Ala.; three brothers, Junior Berry
and Buster Berry, both of
Chiefland, and Donald. Berry of
Panama City; three sisters, John-
nie Tew of Columbus, Ga., Mau-
rice Wilson of Lakeland, and
Mary Jo Davis of Live Oak, one
grandson and several nieces and
Services were held April 4 in
the funeral home chapel with the
Revs. Clyde Smith and Morrell
Turvin officiating.
Burial was in Esto Cemetery
with James & Lipford Funeral
Home of Graceville directing.

Margaret Elliott
Margaret S. Elliott, 71, of
Chipley died at her home March
31. A native of South Pittsburg,
Tenn., she had lived in the Chip-
ley area for several years. She
was an LPN and had worked in
health care for many years.
Survivors include her husband,
Paul W. Elliott Sr. of Chipley; her
children, JoAnn Pippin, Paul W.
Elliott Jr., Jeffery Elliott and
Christine Balabuch and husband,
Daniel, all of Chattanooga, Tenn.
Memorial services will be
conducted in Chattanooga at a
later date. Davis-Watkins
Funeral Home and Crematory in
DeFuniak Springs was in charge
of local arrangements.

Lena E. Ross
Lena Ethel Ross, 85, of Mari-
anna died April 2. Born in T'wo
Egg, she was a life-long resident
of Jackson County. She was a
member of Holly Grove Free
Will Baptist Church.
Ross was preceded in death by
her husband, the Rev. Harvey

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Ross; her children, Hazel and
Pasty Ross; parents, WW and
Susan Conrad Mitchell, and
her stepmother, Josie Mitchell;
a sister, Daisy Hill, and a son-
in-law, Jimmy Smith.
Survivors include two
daughters, Linda Smith of
Marianna and Pamela Ross
Vaughn of Eustis; three
brothers and sisters-in-law,
Jerry and Debby Mitchell of
Groveland, Larry and Becky
Mitchell of Dellwood, Steve
and Vivian Mitchell of Mari-
anna; six sisters and four
brothers-in-law, Bell Waller
of Marianna, Eunice and
Wilburn Barnes of Colum-
bus, Ga., Phyllis and Jimmy
Everette of Vernon, Bebel
Ann Mitchell, Annette and
James Shumaker, all of Mar-.
ianna, Edna and Scott
Whitehead of Havana, Ga.;
three grandchildren, two
great-grandchildren and four
Funeral was held April 5 at
Holly Grove Free Will Bap-
tist Church with the Revs.
Irvin Jennison and Donnie
Hussey officiating. "
Burial was in Dykes Ceme-
tery at the church with James
& Sikes Funeral Home, Mad-
dox Chapel, directing.

Evelyn Crews
Evelyn Player Crews, 60,
of Bonifay died April 1 after
a courageous battle with can-
cer. She was born April 22,
1947, in Jackson County to
the late William R. and Ola
Mae Akins Player.
She was a business owner
for more than 20 years. She
was a very active member of
Shiloh Baptist Church which
she served in many capacities.
Crews was preceded in
death by her parents, and her
mother and father-in-law, LD.
and Gardis Barnes Crews.
Surviving are her husband,
Hulon LD. Crews Jr. of Boni-
fay; one daughter and son-in-
law, Karen and Mike Hud-
speth of Front Royal, Va.; one
stepson, Scott Crews and wife,
Cyndi, of Wetunmpka, Ala.; a
sister, Mary Player of Apple-
ton, Ga.; two brothers'and sis-
ters-in-law, William R. "Billy"
Jr. and Jennifer Player of
Phenix City, Ala.; Richard A.
"Ricky" and Stacey Player of
Appleton; a special uncle, Jess
Akins of Bonifay, several
nieces and nephews and five
Funeral was April 4 at
Shiloh Baptist Church in
Chipley with the Rev. Gary
Wiggins officiating. Burial was
in the family plot at Cedar
Grove United Methodist
Church Cemetery in Holmes
County with Sorrells Funeral
Home of Geneva directing.
Memorial contributions
may be made to Shiloh Bap-
tist Church, 1976 Shiloh
Lane, Chipley, FL 32428 to

be used for the Florida Bap-
tist Children's Home or
Covenant Hospice, 4440
Lafayette Street, Suite C,
Marianna, FL 32446.

Glen K. Harcus
Glen Kirby Harcus, 56, of
Caryville died April 1 at
Northwest Florida Commu-
nity Hospital in Chipley. He
was born July 17, 1951 in
Chipley to the late Marvin
and Effie Comella Childree
Harcus. Harcus is preceded
in death by his parents and
one sister, Lela Viola Finch.
Survivors include his wife,
Gwen Harrison Harcus of
Caryville; two daughters,
Misty A. Mayer and hus-
band, Chris of Niceville and
Kim Harcus and fiance,
Jeremy Wilson of Chipley;
one brother, Floyd Harcus of
Caryville; two sisters, Sharon
Segers and husband, Buford
and Rosie Marlowe and hus-
band, Truman, all of.
Caryville and four grandchil-
dren. Services were held
April 3 in the funeral home
chapel with the Revs.
Ralph Merchant, Aubrey
Herndon and Rodd Jones
officiating. Interment fol-
lowed in the Caryville City
Cemetery with Peel Funeral
Home of Bonifay directing.

Joseph M. Sowell
Joseph Malcom Sowell, 82,
of Bonifay died April 2, in
Dothan, Ala. He was born July
8, 1925 in Bonifay to the late
Joseph Dupree and Eula
James Retheford Sowell. Sow-
ell was preceded in death by his
parents; three brothers,
George, Earl and Johnny Sow-
ell; one sister, Edna Smith.
He is survived by his wife,
. Jean Ward of Bonifay; one
son, Gary Sowell and wife,,
Beverly of Geneva, Ala.; one
daughter, Gilda Hobbs and
husband, Butch of Port St.
Joe; three step-sons, Roger
Ward of Geneva, Robert
Ward and wife, Lisa, Stacy
Ward and wife, Peggy, all of
Bonifay; one brother, Bud
Sowell of Valdosta, Ga.; two
sisters, Louvem Brown of and
Iva Lou Curry, both of Boni-
fay; eleven grandchildren;
three great-grandchildren and
a host of nieces and nephews.
Services ere held April 5 at
East Pittman Baptist Church
with the Revs. Hermon Sellers
and Donald Gainy officiating.
Interment followed in the
East Pittman Baptist Church
Cemetery with Peel Funeral
Home of Bonifay directing.

Lottie M. Bush
Lottie M. Bush, 81 of
Graceville (Poplar Springs
Community) died at her
residence on April 3.
She was born in Holmes
County on March 11, 1927 to
the late William A. and
Addie L. Elmore Tate.
She was preceded in death
by her husband Cortez Bush,

ten brothers and sisters.
She is survived by two sons
Cortez Bush, Jr. and wife Pat
of Graceville and Warren
Bush and wife Aurelia of,
Pace; one daughter Mina
Andrews and husband Steve
of Pace; one brother Roy B.
Tate of Macon, Ga; six grand-
children, nine great grandchil-'
dren with one expected soon.
Funeral services were,
April 6 at Noma Baptist'
Church with the Revs. Gary
Scott, Mike Scott and Bobby
Scott officiating. Burial fol-
lowed in Brown-Bush-Tindel-
Cemetery with James & Lip-:
ford Funeral Home in'
Graceville directing.
In lieu of flowers memori-
als may be made to the
Florida Baptist Childrens
Home 8415 Buck Lake Road
Tallahassee, FL 32317;
Brown-Bush-Tindel Ceme-
tery c/o Donna Tate 1088
Hwy. 173 Graceville, FL
32440 or a charity of your.

Gerald Carmouche
Gerald Carmouche, 70, of
Chipley died March 31 in
Chipley. He was born on Jan.
21, 1938 in New Roads, La.
to Anatole and Sophia
(Grady) Carmouche.
He was member of the
Grace and Glory Church.
He is preceded in death by
a sister Rita Carmouche.
Survivors include his
mother, Sophia Carmouche, of
Louisiana; hiswife, Shelby Car-
mouche, Chipley; a son, Allen
West of Chipley and step-son,
Glenn Stewart; one daughter,
Cindy B'Oyles; two step-daugh-
ters, Thma Starling and Diane
Sanchee; two brothers, Arnold
and wife Tessie Carmouche and
Gene and wife Madelyn Car-
mouche all of Louisiana; one sis--
ter Myrtis Fabre of Louisiana,
two grand-children and two
Funeral services were held
April 3 at the Grace and Glory
Church with Rev. Debbie
Williams officiating. Inter-
ment followed in the Glen-
wood Cemetery with Brown
Funeral Home directing.

Sarah L. Coulbourn
Sarah Lou (Burris) Coul-
bourn, age 91, of Caryville.
died March 31 at her resi-
dence. She was the daughter
of the late Delbert Burns and
the late Nancy (Hill) Burris.
She is survived by her
threesons, LeeRoy Ledbet-
ter, Wayne Coulboume, both
of Caryville and Jerry Coul-
bourne of Mantua, Qhio;.
two sisters, Nancy Jay of
Delaware, Ark. and Margie
Jones of Russellville, Ark.; a
brother, Jack Burris of
Delaware; eight grandchil-
dren and sixteen great-
grandchildren. Graveside
service will be in Graves
Cemetery in Delaware, Ark.
April 4. Interment will imme-
diately follow with Sims
Funeral Home directing.

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to the highest and best 67-08-CA-036 BEST WESTERN FAMILY THE AMERICAN WITH
STEPS OF THE WASH- BRIAN MENESES, the Defendants, I will sell sons with disabilities need-
-INGTON COUNTY Plaintiff, to the highest bidder for ing a special accommoda-
COURTHOUSE at vs. cash at the Washington tion should contact
11:00AM, on the 24 day of JUMLONG FROMM, County Courthouse, 1293 COURT ADMINISTRA-
April, 2008, the following Defendant. Jackson Avenue, Suite TION, at the Washington
described property as set One, Chipley, Florida, County Courthouse at
forth in said Final Judg- NOTICE OF SALE Washington County, at 90 4 7 6 3 9 0 6 1 ,
ment: NOTICE is hereby given 11:00 a.m. Central Time, 1-800-956-8771 (TDD) or
NOTICE is hereby given on the 30 day of April, 1-800-955-8770, via Florida
COMMENCE AT THE that pursuant to a Sum- 2008 the following de- Relay Service.
SOUTHWEST CORNER mary Final Judgment of scribed property situated As published in the Wash-
OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4 Foreclosure dated the 1 st in Washington County, ington County News April
OF THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 day of April, 2008, in Case Florida and set forth in the 9, 16, 2008.
OF SECTION 30, TOWN- Number 67-08-CA-036, of Order or Final Judgement,
SHIP 4 NORTH, RANGE the Circuit Court of the to-wit
15 WEST, WASHINGTON Fourteenth Judicial Circuit,
COUNTY FLORIDA, RUN in and for .Washington Commence at the North-
NORTH 730.50 FEET; County, Florida, wherein east Corner of the South- Legal Ad
THENCE RUN S 89 DE- BRIAN MENESES is Plain- west quarter of Section 9, The Washington County
GREES 02 MINUTES 47 tiff, and JUMLONG Township 4 North, Range Local Mitigation Strategy
SECONDS EAST 167.20 FROMM, is the Defendant, 13 West, Washington (LMS) Committee is
FEET TOTHE EASTERLY I will sell to the highest and County, Florida; thence scheduled to meet on
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF A best bidder at the front South 00" 52' 21" West Thursday, April 17, 2008 at
30 FOOT DIRT ROAD AND door of the Washington along East line of said 9 a.m. in the Emergency
THE POINT OF BEGINN- County Courthouse, Chip- Southwest quarter, 331.48 Operations Center meeting
ING, CONTINUE S 89 DE- lay, Florida, at 11:00 A.M., feet to the POINT OF BE- room, located at 1331
GREES 02 MINUTES 47 on the 1st day of May, GINNING; thence continue South Boulevard in
EAST ALONG THE 2008, the following de- South 000 52' 21" West, Chipley.
NORTH LINE 387.75 FEET scribed real property, as along said East line, The LMS is a local steering
; THENCE DEPARTING set forth in the Summary 165.92 feet; thence North committee that is made up
SAID NORTH LINE RUN Final Judgment of Foreclo- 870 51' 04" West 479.70 of representatives who are
SOUTH 25 DEGREES 13 sure, to-wit: feet to the intersection with residents of Washington
MINUTES 38 SECONDS the Easterly right of way County and are in private
WEST 310.15 FEET; Parcel 1: line of State Road No. 77; businesses, or represent
THENCE NORTH 69 DE- South 4 acres of East 2 of thence North 40' 02' 25" neighborhood, civic, and
GREES 57 MINUTES 07 Northeast 1/4 of Northwest East along said right of other private organiza-
SECONDS WEST 354.92 1/4 and North 3 acres of way line 210.16 feet; tions non-profit or-
FEET TO POINT ON Northeast 1/4 of Southeast thence South 87" 51' 23" ganizations, community in-
E A S T E R L Y 1/4 of Northwest 1/4 of East, 346.94 feet to the dividuals, and government
RIGHT-OF-AWAY LINE OF Section 9, Township 2 POINT OF BEGINNING agencies. The goals and
A 30 FOOT DIRT ROAD, North, Range 15 West, ly- and containing 1.574 ac- efforts of the group are to
THENCE NORTH 25 DE- ing in Washington County, res, more or less. implement mitigation activ-
GREES 13 MINUTES 38 Florida; cities to better protect our
SECONDS EAST ALONG If you are a person with a community against natural
SAID DIRT ROAD 182.79 AND disability who needs ac- and man-made disasters
FEET TO THE POINT OF commodation in order to in the future. The activities
BEGINNING. Parcel 2: participate in this proceed- range from public educa-
A/K/A 1557 BRUNSON Commenceattheintersec- ing, you are entitled, at no tion and communication
ROAD, CARYVILLE, FL tion of the North line of cost to you; the provision outreach, to research and
32427 Section 9, Township 2 of certain assistance, studies, to "brick and mor-
Any person claiming an in- North, Range 15 West, and Please contact Court Ad- tar" construction all In an
terest in the surplus from the West Right of Way line ministration at 1293 Jack- effort to make our commu-
the sale, if any, other than of SR S-277, thence South son Avenue, Suite One, nity better prepared and
the property owner as of along said West Right of Chipley, FL 32428, Tale- safer against disasters.
the date of the Lis Pond- Way Line 931.66 feet to hone 908-638-285 within The LMS would like to ex-
ens must file a claim within the Point of Beginning; two (2) working days of tend an invitation to all in-
sixty (60) days after the thence continue South ourreceipt of this docu- terested parties to attend
sale. alo d West Rght of ment. If you are hearing or and participate in the activ-
way line 126.58 feet, voice impaired, call ties of the group.
WITNESS MY HAND and thence North 8914'39 1-800955-8771.s of th
the seal of this Court on West 643.54 feet, thence Any person claiming an in
3/11/2008. North 00048'07" East, terest in the surplus from
Linda H. Cook 126.58 feet, thence South the sale, if any, other than *
Clerk of the Circuit Court 8914'39" East 642.34 feet the property owner as of
By: K. McDaniel to the Point of Beginning. the date of this lis pendens P A N A A
Deputy Clerk Said property being in the must file a claim within ,60
As published in the Wash- Northwest 1/4 of Section days after thesale. N Eti 1
irigton County News, April 9, Township 2 North, WITNESS my hand and "
9, 16, 2008. Range 15 West, Wash- the official seal of this Hon- ,
ington County, Florida. orable Court, 'on this 1 day t W M
~____~______ AT THE TIME OF THE LbCoOfri oK200
SALE, THE SUCCESSFUL Clerk of thCircuit Court,
HIGH BIDDER OR BID- Washington County.
The administration DAYS FROM THE DATE
estate of JOSEPH EARL SALE CASE NO. 67-07-CA-448 I
HALL, Deceased, File O SALE CEO60A

Kelvin Johnson

BROCK Nurserics, uLL
Plants, Trees dr Shrubs

8 week r

1788 White Road Bonifay, FL 32425
/ (Washington County)"
S(850) 638-1202 (850) 326-1500

eek FAMILY .;

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ChipIey 00o1 MtoUl
CarCa eneva

& DlvCoime by, aind shop
withl as for good
Same Pay Service bargains, quality gifts
Towing Service Available I and big variety.
Complete Auto & A friendly litle shop
Thuck Repair wortl the drive.
1239 Jackson Avenue 334-684-6267
Across from 334-684-6267
Capital City Bank Monday-Saturday
,850-638-1177 lOam-5pn

-110, 1100 1100 1110 2130
The organization has been pursuant to Chapter 373, r-O-LR-----'- l
in place since 1998, and is Florida Statutes and Chap- COLOR SELLS
moving forward with a re- ter 62-346, Florida Admin- ErpPermits@nwfwmd.stat Get Your Classified Ad Horses For Sale
newed vigor to help guide istrative Code (FA.C.), the ermits nwwm tat Registered Appaloosa
our community in mitigat- following applications for ally affected pa o deRl. Mare wfilly for $400, OBO.
ing against disaster, to en- an Individual Stormwater Substantially af d per- 'Call nowfor details Ma Other horse available or
hance our quality of life, Permit have been received sons are entitled to re- and b noticed less Other horse availabe for
meet common needs, and by the Northwest Florida quest an administrative I 638-0212 Call (850) 258-4428
promote a safe and Water Management Dis- 28,healoringda ursuAdministrative 547-9414
healthy community. Fur- trict: 2 ria inita I 547-9414
their, updates to the plan Application #198, received Code, regarding the pro- L --- 1-- 1 ,, ------
will be required in the March 7, 2008 from Mark posed agency action by
upcoming year and your Kleimeyer, Spring Water quest after reviewing the Limousin Bulls, red 4
opinion and input Is critical Lake, LLC, for construction staff report. / t years old, $1500., black 3
in the ongoing efforts. of approximately 1,000 lin- published in the year old $1200., Jersey
For more information, ear feet of roadway with Washington Coupty News bull, 3 years old $700.
please contact the Plann- roadwide swales for 18 April 9, 2008.o 3 850-956-2690
ing Department at lots of one acre minimum April 9, 200.
415-5093 or the West Flor- size located approximately _
ida Regional Planning one mile east of Hwy. 279
Council at 1-800-226-8914. and Hwy. 77 intersection, I PiES
As published in the Wash- Washington County. 2100 Pets
ingtion County News April Application #218 received 2110 Pets: Free to
9,16, 2008. March 18, 2008, from the Public Auction Good Home
Washington County Tharp & Sons Mini Storage 2120 Pet Supplies
School District for con- in Chipley, Florida will hold 2130 Farm Animals/ 7
struction of three addi- either a private or public Supplies ,stck
tional classroom wings, a sale on these units for 2140- Pats/Livestock
bus drop-off and loop, non-payment of rent, in ac- Wanted
Notice of Hearing to Re- sidewalks, and infrastruc- cordance with Florida M
vise The Student Pro- ture at Vernon Elementary Statue Law "Self-Storage M H DIS
gression Plan and Board School, 3665 Roche Ave., Storage Facility" Act 2110 3100Antiques
Policies/Procedures Vernon. 83.801-83.809". Tenants 3100 -Antiques
Washington County Interested persons may will have until April 24, Free to good home! 8 3110 -Appliances
School Board comment upon these ap- 2008 to pay in full. No week old puppies and 3120- Arts & Crafts
April 14, 2008 plications or submit a writ- Checks will be accepted, mom, very cute, not sure 3140 Baby Items
5:30 p.m. ten request for a staff re- 1. Tim Williams Ebro what kind of dogs. Can't 3150 Building Supplies
port containing proposed 2. unknown afford to feed them all. 3160 Business
Notice is hereby given that agency action regarding 3. Unda Nicholoson Chip- Please Call, (Urgent) Equipment
on Monday, April 14, 2008 the application by writing lay 850-573-2348 3170 Collectibles
at 5:30 RM., the Washing- the Northwest Florida 4. Abranda Ward Cot- 3180- Computers
ton County School Board Water Management Dis- tondale 3190- Electronics
will review the Student Pro- trict's ERP Office, 800 Hos- 5. Joseph Jenkins 3210- Free Pass It On
gression Plan and Board pital Dr., Crestview, FL. Cottondale | 2130 3220 Furniture
Policies/Procedures for the Such comments or re- 6. Clauden Henry Chipley 3230- Garage/Yard Sales
Washington County quests must be received The sale is scheduled for Gulf Coast 3240 Guns
School District, by 5:00 p.m. within 14 the following locations orn 3250 Good Things to Eat
days from date of publica- Saturday, April 26, 2008 Charity 3260 Health & Fitness
The purpose and specific tion. DeFuniak Springs 10:00 Celebration 320 Machinery/Clotng
legal authority under which No further public notice AM CeleratioEquipn 3280 Macinery/
the Student Progression will be provided regarding Bonifay 1:00 PM 3290 Medical Equipment
Plan and Board Policies these applications. Per- Chipley 2:00 PM Horse Show 3300 Miscellaneous
are authorized, and a sum- sons wishing to remain ad- We reserve the right to & Musical 3310 Musical Instruments
mary of the estimate of vised of further proceed- cancel sale without notice. 3320 Plants & Shrubs/
economic impact of the ings or to receive a copy As published in the Wash- Festival Supplies
proposed procedures on of the Technical Staff Re- ington County News April 3330 Restaurant/Hotel
all affected persons, are port should request that in 9,16, 2008. Frank Brown Park 3340 Sporting Goods
given. writing to the address April 23-26 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)
above or by e-mail to April 23-26
Development of School
To revise the Washington
County School Board Stu-
dent Progression Plan to
reflect changes as pre-
scribed by law.

Board Policies/Procedu resARMONDI
to reflect policy changes W INS AP RMON
and/or statutory changes ROOFING
as prescribed by law. MINI RORAGE
Proposed New Policies
4.18 Academic and Ca- Hw 77 S, Chiple _RSIGNS
rear Planning (850)638-818 Ba-ners
5.82 Anabolic Steroid 50) 638 3 anners
Testing for Student Ath- 177Anifay FL ELECTRIC Tirck Lettering Spec ializ ing in all types of
letes .Almost anything electrical Magnetic Residental Roofng,
88 Social Security (850)547-0726 have needswe Personalized Reroofs and Repairs
r 0P e Open 24 Hours, Self- have Soutions MADE TO YOUR NEEDS Free Estimates
0r Proposed I r iRevisedn8Policiesaidc N 1 Years Experience
2.20 Responsibiliies and Service N Licensed & Bonded 1645 H 81 Licensed Insured
Authority of the Board 850-373-8853 Westville 850-547-2934
3.68 Background Screen- Units Are Carpeted 000695 0-956-2519 Uense #RC29027346
ing for Contractors AF .. i
3.90 Charter Schools *
6.321 + Employee Use of Vaughn I I
Cellular Telephones Va g n Fr O 'N II
6.53 Retirement of Em- F re N a
ployees Johnson, LLC DOZER SERVICE, INC.
6.546* Personal Leave
6.91* Salary Schedules Lawn Service Since 1977- H .iO._.
Prmiu Health Insurance Landscaping LAND CLEARING S
7.70* Purchasing and Bid- Concrete ROOTRAKING Gourmet Dog
ding 28 Years Experience ROAD BUILDINGS Bakey Treats
6.321 + Employee Use of All Natural K9
Cellular Telephones 638-4435 Home HOME (850) 7628387 Specia
Legal Authority 52- CE66WoLk 1362 N. Railroad Ave.
The Washington County CELL (850) 832-1489 Downtown Chipley
School Board is authorized
under Chapter 1000 6055 NW Hwy. 274 Altha, FL 32421 ~ 638-2660
through 1003 of the Florida
School Code 'to S LY
develop/revise policy and Al E Adverise your service, AVI and SON
prEconomic Impact POLICE & HUNTING or business here-for only PLUMBING

The cost of promulgating SUPPLY
these revisions will bedap- Complete Police Equipment Shop .
proximately $1.00 per doc-C P q S
uproment. aTpero IIIII ly Us Before You Buyl a week
All Guns $20 Over Cost Week
Individuals wishing to ob-0 week-minimum Remodeling
tain a copy of the pro- Class 3 $100 Over Cost Tub/Shower Replacement
contact the Superi ntend- Ammo Box $2 Over Cost (Mix & Match) place ad a ll d Kitchen/Bath Updates
ent's Office at 652 Third Detective & Undercover Complete Security A Repipe Water/Sewer Pipes,
Street, Chipley, Florida. Private Appointments 638-0212 24 Hr, Emergency Service
As published in the Wash- CLOSED TUESDAYS ssO r 95 6S4e9
ington County News X 85 2O8 H '"'O 9 64329
March 15, 19, April 9, 12, .1645 Hwy. 81 Westville, FL 850-956-2089 547-l9414 CERT. FC1425994 ALCERT4154
IK.J'_ Hiher_ K A OTRNEEh
Notice of Receipt of PRESSURE Advertise your service Esq.
r ApplicWASHING or business here for only 1662 Thistle Lane
Notice is hereby given that dt i Ponce de Leon, FL 32455
mn4t f %A& f

M 10B Washington Count y Times-Advertiser Wednesday, April 9, 2008

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receive Federal payments. Mature pines
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5 Family Yard Sale- on
4/11/08 on Perry Place. Go
down 79 S. from Bonifay,
turn right onto Hwy 280.
Follow signs about 4 mi-
les. Look for signs. Infant,
toddler, and women's (all
sizes), Jr sizes also. Lots
of misc items. Hunting
items, computer, 31/ ton
AC unit, waterbed, & lots
more items. If raining still
having it under shelters.

Hugh Carport Sale Furni-
ture, dishes what-knots,
linens, tools, misc. Satur-
day April 12th. 6am until.
5332 Ceiley St., in

Moving Sale Saturday,
April 12, 7:30AM. 1544
Hwy 277, Chipley-Vernon
Hwy. Between Shiloh
Church & Douglas Ferry
Rd. Furniture, Kitchen
items/dishes/china, toys,

We Are Backi!! Sunny
Hills Community Church
(Presbyterian) Outreach,
3768 Country Club Blvd.,
.Second Saturday Spring
Fling Sale, April 12, 8am
to 1pm. Enjoy a cup of cof-
fee while you browse. See
you there.

Yardsale April 9 & 12th
proceeds go for the build-
ing fund of Cards of Love
Assembly of God. 1061
Commerce Dr., in Chipley
Industrial Park, parking lot
of new building.

16 ft. Tandem Equip.
Trailer, rear ramp, $975;
yard swings cypress and
red cedar w/chains, $100
each. 850-638-1991

Ext 5760. 'mates. 850-773-8282 or (850)326-2399
Classified Display M^fo DailyE 850-541-2406.
Lots & Acreage Sod Sod Sod Quality you
i.1 can depend on. Irrigated,
--- Life Touch Services weed & pest controlled.
LOG CABIN & 20+ acres only $119,900. Providing special care for Centipede and St. Augus- Sewing Machine and Vac-
Own the dream! New 1,800 sf log cabin your loved ones....light tine. Delivery and installa- uum Cleaner Repair, guar-
packa.Near FL/GA border. 90 minutes housekeeping, compan- tion available. 8 miles SW anteed service on 411.
package. Near FL/GA border. 90 minutes Week Of ionshlp, private sitters, etc. of Chipley for easy cus- makes and models. Fraeo
Jacksonville. Potential to subdivide! Call Jeannie: Home(850) tomer hauling. Call any- estimates. Western Auto,
Excellent, financing. Call .now (800)898- April 7-13, 2008 547-5041, Cell: (850) time. Billy and Leola Brock 216 N. Waukesha, Bonifay,
4409, x 1399. !, 849-2535 (850) 638-1202;'326-1500 547-3910

Maytag Refrigerator with
top freezer. Works good,
white, $200. Magic Chef
Smooth Top Electric
Range, self cleaning.
Good condition, $200.
Small upright freezer, 33"
high 21/2" wide. 3 shelf's
with bottom basket. Good
condition, $100. 547-5292.

B&B Furniture 1342 North
RR Avenue, Chipley. We
pay cash for clean, quality
furniture. 850-557-0211 or
850-415-6866. Ask for
Pasco or Carolyn

Furniture & Mattresses
Low, low, low overhead
guarantees low, low, low
prices. P&S Discount Fur-
niture, Chipley. (Since
1973) 850-638-4311


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Bass Player'needs work. D m - Other Executive Office space
Country, Southern Rock, Drivers r -------Family Associate I for lease on Brickyard I
Blues, Jazz. 850-535-0283. WANTED Washington/Holmes Co. I Mystery Shoppers, get I Rd. Great location
Catfish DRIVERS WANTED I I Duties include: Trans-I paid to shop! Retail/dining across from Chipley
Catfish I Trl-County Community I Installation/Maint/Repair porting children who 1 establishments need un- I High School. 638-7700 I
You catch catfish, $1.50 I Council, Inc., is accept- "have been removed derercover clients to judge I www.chipleyofficefor
pound. Gilbert Catfish 4100- Help Wanted Ing applications for the Tractor Mechanic Ifrom the home due to I quality customer service. lease.com
Pond, located @ 2854 4130 Empleyment Holmes County Trans- Heavy gas/diesel exp. FT I neglector abuse; pro- Earn upto $150. a day. Executive Office Sace
Ccg Hburley DOE. Benefits,yiding safe and support- Call (888)-523-1013. Executive Office Space
Highview Circle, Chipley, Infermaten I portation Program. I Hv888)-uotowChe.
Florida. Phone: I Great Benefit Package. I SowellTractor, PC, FL ivesupervision of chil- for rent downtown Chipley.
85-638-8633. P C all 850-763-5441 I dren during transport-I Tae 638-1918
850-638EZ-GO Golf Cart, all solidREQUIREMENTS: Must WeblD#33985020 Ing; assisting families ITrades
E-GO Golf Cart, all solid REQUIREMENTS: Must WeblD#33985020 applying for appropriate FOR RENT- can be used
state. Looks good and 4100 I be 23 years of age and I benefits, working, teach- I Grounds Keeper as an office, a store, or an
runs great, $1500: Also have an Operators Domestic Ilng and/or assisting cli-I The City of Chipley is art gallery. This space is-
some other ones. 850- Drs. Assistant I Driver's License with at ents with basic skills re-I accepting applications equipped with new-
535-4121. Physician's Assistant I least 5 years driving ex- I Caregiver; Night shift po- lated to childcare, for a Grounds Keeper. shower, full bath, new tiles,
For Sale- 10' Brake, 24 hysician's Assistant For parlance without viola- sition open at Holmes Ihomemaking, personal I Minimum Qualifications: small kitchen, new sink,
For ale- 10 Brakerd, nail mored part-time.on, Call I tons. Must agreeto an- Creek ALF in Vernon. Must I hygiene, health and pa- must have completed and is carpeted. It is lo-
Aluminum walk board, nail more information, between nual physical and back be dependable. Duties in- renting Must have relia- W.C.I. inmate supervi- cated in a great business
guns & ladders. 547-5868. (850)547-4771, between nual physical and back- clude washing, cleaning ble personal transporta- I sor training course and area. Call 850 547-5244.
For Sale: 3 female don- 8a.m. 4:30p.m., Monday ground screening, and other daily living re- Ition. Requires some I have a valid W.C.I. card,
keys (Jennies) $200.00 Friday. ,I s quirements. Sun. night I evening hours, High or be eligible for card; l
each gr all for $500.00, DUTIES: TransportI thru Thursday night, 9pm School Diploma or" general knowledge of 3
Call 956-2659. For Sale:riders to a until 5am. $7.75 hour with IGED, and two years I lawn care; basic knowl- 6110
2001 Ford Taurus $3800. FOOD SERVICE SUPER- pre-determined sched- raise after 30 days good I working with children I edge of the functions of LL LARGE A
or better offer, Call VISORS needed. Must be I ule. Use two-way radio. service. One week paid va- and families, lawn equipment; ability ALL LARGE Apartments,.
956-2659. ablcheck and drug testing. Must be abletosecureI cation and after one year $10.50/hour. Resumes to project a courteous 1BR, $450 SD $250;
For Sale: Fish for check are looking for stafI t belhairs (will able train); paid sick days available. Ican be faxed to I and polite attitude to 2BR/1BA $525 SD $300.
your Sale:ponFih for slake; cop- that is committed, depend-ng for staff wheelchairs (will tran);as No experience necessary. 1850-763-7102 fr mailed | public, supervisors and Downtown Chipley, con-
pernose, bluegill, able and able to multitted,depend- be a team players Training will be provided. to 2121 Linsenby Ave- .subordinates; and able venient Idcation. Rent in-'
shpernose, channbluegill, able and able to multitask, sisting other drivers 260-1871. nue Panama City, FL I to communicate effec- cludes stove, refrigerator,
shellcracker, channel cat- excellent pay, great bene- when needed; enjoy 2-181_-|u 132405 850-763-7102.1 tively both orally and in city water, sewer, garbage.
fish, mosquito-fish and fits. Supervising in a working with elderly, -I EOE/Drug Free, writing. Mail or hand Sorry no pets or HUD.
Florida largemouth bass. prison setting. Jobs availa- Idisabled and otherI Art/Entertainment/Media Workplace. deliver application 850-638-3306.
(850)547-2215 ble in the Bonifay and Ver- riders. I L-------- and/or resume to City
New Candy Machines in non area. Please call Reporter/ Clerk, City of Chipley,
boxes. $50 each. 850-773-9933, ask for Mrs. I I Repoer/ PR. Box 1007, Chipley,
547-5292. Thomas or apply at the In- |Applications may be ob- I Photographer Administrative Florida 32428. Dead- 6130
stitution. 850-773-5868. tained at any of this I I line: April 18, 2008, Time Share Condo for
_Tri-County CommunityI Washington County I REQUEST FOR PRO-I 4:00 RM. EOE/Drug rent 1 week Ma 10-17th
ICouncil Inc., offices and I News & Holmes County I POSALS; The City of I Free Workplace. Hirh Points Resorts, near
| 3310 General submitted by Monday, I limes-Advertiser, a divi- Vernon will be accept- Disney, sleeps 6 to 8 pea-.
Wanted paying cash Pi- April 14, 2008, at 4:30 sion of Florida Freedom I ing sealed proposals for I ades pie. $800. fully furnished..
anos, Hammond organs, Avon Representa- p.m. For information Newspapers, is seeking IRecreation Director. ra850547-5945
guitars, amps, banjos, ties needed Bonifay, call Sharon Kent, Ad-I a general assignment This will be a one (1)850-547-5945
guitars, amps, banjos, tives needed Bonifay, call Sharon Kent, Ad- 1r/hotog er year contracted posi- Help Wanted- Grounds-
mandolins, violins, Chipley, Graceville, I ministrative Manager, I reporter/photographer. year contracted posi-I Help Wanted- Grounds-
dos oken o dam Gacev ministrative Manag Excellent company ben- Ition. The director will be I man & trimmers needed,
dobros broken or dam- Wausau, Vernon, I (850) 547-3689. I efits. responsible for the over-I 40 hrs. aweek, Mon-Thurs,
557 1918 638-5050 Caryville, Ponce de I all recreation program 6:00-4:30 p.m.. Contact |140
,Leon Ask about Successful applicant will Send resume to: Editor, 'for the City. Please sub-.' Bill Blanset @ 2BR/1BA near Chipley"
- S ES mini-kit. 850-547-1640. be subject to Washington County Imit sealed proposals 1850-336-1255 anytime. city limits. $495 mth. Call
Dwayne Atkins ISR pre-employment drug News along with qualifications | 638-4478, 850-258-5521%,
3320 test. I 1364 N. Railroad Ave. and salary requirement, 638-1918.
Leola Brock Nurseries Only qualified appli- I 32428 to: RECREATION D- Nice clean Houses, Apart-
Plantstreesand needed for local Icents will be cosid-I O : IRECTOR PROPOSAL. I Nice clean Houses, Apart-:
LLC Plants, trees and Help needed for local cants will be copsid-I Oremailto: IThe deadline for pro-i ments, Mobile homes for-
shrubs. Landscape design, Doctors office. LPN or ered. O afelsberg@ posals is April 21, 2008 po rentM 4BR/2BA brick-
landscape contracting, irri- CMA, Receptionist and chipleypaper.com =at 4:00 p..'The suc- ome for sale brick-
gation systems. 1788 Nurse Practitioner. Send I EQUAL OPPORTUNITY I I cessful application will I 850-547-5085 or
White Road, Bonifay, FL resume to Family Card As- EMPLOYER AND DRUG | No phone calls I be required to pass a application will 850-547-2531
32425 (Washington sociates at 925 Carlisle AND SMOKE FREE Drug Free Workplace. criminal background --;
County) (850)638-1202; Road, Chipley, FL, 32428 I WORKPLACE. EOE check For additional in Nowtakingapplications;
326-1500 or call 850-638-9399. - I formation you may con-1 I ess/ 3BR Brick Rental house in
City Hall at6100 Business/rcial Wausau. Please call.
|tact City Han at| Commercia 850-625-7853 for more.
__850-535-2444. The city 110 Apartments 850-625-7853 for more.
10-acre estates, paved road, undergroundreserves the right to re-1 6120 Beach Rentals information.
10-acre estates, paved road, underground Miscellaneou I ject any and all pro-I 6130 -Condo/Townhouse
electric, $89,900, great value, special low posals. 6140 House Rentals Publisher's
interest rate, www.1800.flaland.com Florida DIVORCE$275-$350*COVERS children, THS AN EQUAL OPPORNON 6160- Rooms for Rent Notice
Woodland Group, Inc (800)352-5263 Lic etc. Only one signature required! *Excludes I TUNITY EMPLOYER I 6170- Mobile Home/L real estate adveing inot
RE Broker. govt. fees! Call weekdays (800)462-2000. 1WITH A DRUG FREE 6190 Tilmeshare Rentals this newspaper is subject ton
ext.600. (8am-6pm) Alta Divorce, LLC. WORKPLACE. 6200 Vacation Rentals the Fair Housing Act which
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answers in this book. Buy and read Self JOBS. $18-$20/HR. NO EXPERIENCE. CarpenterS and tion.to i m aen snt
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6170 61000
2BR/1BA In Vernon. $450 24x52 3BR/2BA
a month plus security. Call 4BR/1.5BA, vinyl-siding, w/fireplace, new carpet,
850-258-3815 new roof and remodeling 16x80 3BR/2BA w/new new refrigerator. Set up in-
in progress. On large lot carpet, paint, appliances cluded. 2000 Model.
For Rent: 2BR/1BA mobile with fruit trees. Reasonably and set up. Call Brad @ $28,900. Call Brad @
b1r MH home, total electric. Refer- priced. Seriously Inquires 850-763-7780. 850-763-7780.
3 br, 2 ba, Den, Fncd yrd, ences required. No pets, only850-547-2091
$700mo + Util. 638-0743 4173-A Douglas Ferry Rd. 68x28 Mobile Home on
or 850-260-2620 $395.00 month. 547-4606 2.63 acres, large oaks,
.Mobile Home- 2BR/ BA *in B Owe;located on dead end road
Mobile Home-2BR/1BAinBy Owner; 5.3 acres, off Corbin in in Cottondale.
3br, 2 ba Dblwd.$500mo, Bonifay, $435 amonth. 3BR/2BA, 2,400 square $67,000. Call 638-3859.
1st, last, sec. 5097 Tiger 2BR/2BA in Bonifay, $475 feet. Large home, double
Trail in Chipley. amonth. Water & sewage carport, big tree house, -.
954-691-5930 8a-5p included. No pets. barn, $240,000. fenced
638-2999. property. 850-547-2408 850547-5220 7 Q
2BR/2BA Mobile Home, Mobile Home, 3BR/1 1/BA, F-or Sale: .5 Acres on
approximately one mile big yard in country, $375. Chotawatchee river, lo-
East of Vernon Elemen- month, plus $375. deposit. cated in thee riverogordo
tary. $500 month, plus se- Phone 547-2276 SPECIALS camp sites. This lot is o-
curity and deposit. Call Mobile Homes for rent in 71S Dogwood Lakes Lots vari- cated on a canal with dock,
Heather 850-535-4808 Cottondale on Sapp Road, ous sizes and locations. From that backs up to water
8 miles east of Chipley. 10 Acres with 36x48 pole $12,500 $89,500for waterfront management property. Lo-
Bbnifay, 3BR/1BA, CH/A, 3BR/2BA and 2BR/2BA barn, all high & dry. Can 1995 3BR/2BA SW MH on 9 cated approx. 100 yards
Pets allowed. Near town, available. Total electric, view 3023 Doulas Acres. Immaculate home with from river, has water,
parks & school. $400. (850)258-4868; 209-8847 er R@ 3023 Douglash freplace,2424 shop with elec sewer, power and RV
parks & school. $400. (850)258-4868; 209-8847 Ferry Rd. (Hwy. 280). Cash tricrinruralsetting. Propertycould hook-up. Will consider
Contact No. 850-956-2267 www.charloscountryliv- or Term. $125,000. Call have2ndhomesite $99,900 tradeforaluminum boatas
or 547-3746. ing.com 850-547-2709
or47-74________.85-547-9 3 BR/1.5 BA Brick Home on partial payment.
Mobile Homes for Rent, Acre in Bonfay. 1686 SF, corn- 8 5 0 5 4 7 4 2 1 5
Dpuble-Wide Mobile 2BR/2BA. Near Chipley. pletely remodeled and updated. 850-326-0679
Home, 3BR/2BA near $400 plus deposit. No MP Enterprises Land Sale Large family room (could be 4th
Chipley. No pets. Call pets. 850-547-4232 and Finance. 5 acres or BR). All new: appliances, central
326-2201 for information. Nice Clean 3BR/2BA Mo- more for houses only, a/c, windows and roof in Jan, 08.
bile Home. Nice area, just wooded & pasture. 3 miles Large yard. $130,000 /
For Rent Mobile Homes; outside Chipley city limits. 77 Gainer Rd., Hghway Beautiful 190 historic home
3BR/2BA, total electric, No pets. Day phone, 77, Gainer Rd., Houston In Bonlfay: 4 BR/2 BA, 2740
$325. month. 2, BR/1BA, 638-4630, night phone, Beade Rd., Duncan SF harwood floors throughout,
total electric, 21-B$300- 638-14634. nCommunity Rd., Buddy all new appliances, 10' ceilings.
$275. month. 548-5541 -638-1434 Rd., (4) five acres (8) ten Porh all the way across front of
- acres (5) eight acres. home. $145,000 AuTOMOTn/,iMARINE
Owner financing or cash. Oer 4 Acres on Hwy. 20 In RECREA .
For Rent, mobile home / Low down payment, low Ebro, Over 1000' Hwy. frontage. 8100 Antique & Collectibles
2BR/1BA located City of monthly payments. Call Great location to new Int'l Bay 8110 -Cars
Bonifay, $3.0.0 a month \ Milton Peel for information Co. Airport. Great for develop- 8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
plus deposit. No pets. 850-638-1858 ment or investment in growing 8130 Trucks
Leave a message area. $9s00,000 140 Vans
850-547-2043 111IJMToo many deals to list See our 8150 S Commercial
RMEALESTA W -E]OR, 8170 Auto Parts
&-JMI & Accessories
7100 Homes 7160 8210 Boats
7110- Beach Home/ Prisclla "CiSSy" Faison 8220 Personal Watercraft
Property Broke Cell' 768-0320 8230 Sailboats
7120- Commercial 1999 14x70 3BR/2BA. Broker/824Cell768-0320 Boat & Marine
3 7130 Condo/Townhouse Metal siding, shingle roof, Vernon Anderson Supplies
S7140- Farms & Ranches new carpet and paint. Cell:850-819-4107 8310- Aircraft/Aviation
7150 Lots and Acreage $14900. Includes set up Barbr rn 8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
7160 Mobile Homes/LotsCrbaraagburn 8330 Campers & Trailers

EXE--------w/plywood floors, refrig- n59,385 actual miles, great
EXEC TIVE OFFICES erator w/ice maker, set up, condition, asking $3,000.
A7170- -ote rfro w/new CH&A. Call Brad @ 850-763-7780 Cell: Call 850-638-1484. If not
FOR LEASErty 850-763-7780. available leave message.

Bonifay, FL

Highway 79 N., Corner of Waukesha St. and
Virginia Ave., one block west of courthouse.
2 offices at 1,120 sq. ft. each or lease
entire bulding with 2,240 sq. ft.

99 Model Ford Ext-Cab 1999 G-3 16.5 ft. Alum
Lariat 4x4. 'Low miles. Bass Boat, 60 HP, Yahama
Excellent truckI Call Brad Approx. 5 hrs. use, like
2003 Chevrolet Silverado @ 850-326-6560. new, $7500. 850-638-1991 Kawasaki Differential
4x4, Z71 Off Road Bayou 300 cc., $1200 or
Package. V8, BF Goodrich trade for electric golf cart.
305/70 tires. PW, PB, PDL, Kawasaki 110
cruise, tilt, CD, tool box, three-wheeler, $300. Both
bed liner, towing package. 8160 8240 in excellent condition. Call
Great condition, Clean 2006 Honda Shadow, 750 2000 25HP Yamaha 4 850-548-5555 or leave
$16,000. Ask for Gary @ motorcycle, garage kept stroke with controls for message on machine.
850-773-1960a. nice! 1 Like new, low miles. stick steering. $1850.
$5,000.00 firm 258-2923 cell, 638-8999
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SETTIE' COUNTY REAL 7 John Deere 525, 46-deck
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United, BETTIE L SLAY, BROKER hours very fast cutting ask-
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$97,500---15 AC WITH OWNER FINANCING-$125,000---70 AC 850-527-5520.
HWY 2-$420,000---10 AC PASTURE WELL-$89,995---5+ACRES __________
- $7,000 AND UP-10 ACRES LAND-$59,000---18+AC LARGE
POND-$299,900---3 BR 2 BA BRICK HONE ON AC-159,0000 ---+ 81 A D h p YoU ount O
AC VACANT LAND-$4900--2.53 AC VACANT LAND-S 13,900- 2001 Jeep Grand Chero-!
--INTOWN LOT-$39,900---WATERFRONT 10 AC ase 3 BR 2 LaredoCeNe I Y
BA HOME-$429,000---COMMERICAL OFFICE BUILDING HWY 79 k Laredo. Cream colorY .
BONIFAY-$229,000---3 BR 2 BA DWMH ON LOT EDGE OF TOWN bug shield, side visors.
$69,000---5 AC 3 BR 2 BA HOME CHIPLEY-$159,900 Clean inside & out. 97K
WE GET RESULTS NATIONAL MLS miles. Runs great. $6,500.
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