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Land Judging
Washington County hosts the
-49th annual FFA/4-H Land
Judging competition
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Relay For Life of
Washington County
Realy for Life will be held at Old
Chipley High School, April 18 at 6
p.m. April 19 at noon.
Relay For Life is a true commu-
nity event where people of all ages
and from all walks of life come
together for a common cause. We
come together to celebrate those
who have and are surviving can-
cer. Remember those that have
lost the battle, and fight back
against this deadly disease.
Walk, jog or run relay style
around the Old Chipley High
School track from 6 p.m., Friday
until noon on Saturday. Everyone
welcome to participate. Food, fun
and camaraderie are part of the
*Relay For Life experience.
The opening ceremony and first
iap is called the 'victory lap,' where
cancerr survivors, friends, family and
c>-workers are cheered on.
The luminaria ceremony is ded-
icated to those who lost the battle.
This is an emotional candle-light-
rig ceremony to honoidr those who
haye survived cancer and to
remember those who have not.
A "Battle Of The Bands" is
planned from 1 to 6 a.m. A cash prize
and trophy will be presented to the
winner. For more information contact
Kristen Marell (85Q) 258-3070.
If you or someone you know would
like'to be recognized during our sur-
vivor ceremonies, contact Connie
Wheeler at (850) 638-2288 so she can
make sure we have your t-shirt and
survivor reception invitations.
For more information about
Relay For Life or how to become
involved, contact American
Cancer Society community
representative, Alisha Townsend,
(866) 785-9205 ext. 118 or
(850) 625-6205, event chair Missie
Finch at (850) 638-8118.

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

Don't just sit there,
enjoy your county
For the latest in what's
happening in Washington
County, check out the
Washington County News

Opinion ........ .Page 4A
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Photos by Jay Felsberg / Managing Editor
ABOVE: Students check out the models after the were assembled at PAEC in Chipley.
BELOW: The linear approach emphasizes solar power and other green concepts.

A view of the future?

UF students prepare concepts of a new downtown Chipley

Managing Editor

Downtown revitalization is a reg-
ular topic of discussion in Chipley. It
was a subject Monday when the
Community Redevelopment
Authority voted to increase the
amount of the facade grants from
$3,000 to $6,000, and amounts avail-
able under the revolving loan pro-
gram from $5,000 to $20,000, with a
two percent interest rate.
Downtown redevelopment was
also the subject later at the CRA
meeting at the Panhandle Area
Education Consortium when five
teams of architecture students
unveiled their visions of the future
of downtown Chipley. Professional
posters and large table models were
used to illustrate the concepts of Dr.
Martin Gold's students at the Uni-
versity of Florida's College of
Design, Construction and Planning.
The students were also on hand
later that evening at the meeting of
the reforming Downtown Mer-
chants Association.
The five projects all had some
similarities. All were green friendly
and featured open space and more
parking, the latter a chronic
complaint about downtown. All
of the projects were long term, with

30-50-year horizon lines. Each
project, however, featured its own
approach to revitalization.
One approach featured a large
amount of solar power, as well as
garden green areas on rooftops to
reduce air conditioning require-
ments and stormwater runoff. With
federal grants of up to $100,000 with
a 50 percent match for solar systems,
solar could be a valuable asset for
future urban planning.
The layout featured plenty of
shade trees and canopies along
the streets, and no change in traffic
Another approach took what the

designers called "a 30-year aggres-
sive approach." It took a new
approach to commerce with mixed-
use buildings featuring residential
use of the upper stories. Green
space between mixed-use and resi-
dential complexes would provide a
place to tie together communities.
"Green space is what people will
look for in the future," said CRA
Director Ted Everett.
A third approach was used to
build from the core of downtown
out, with the most intensive
re-ordering of traffic patterns. This




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Managing Editor

Vernon City Attorney Kerry
Adkison had good news Mon-
day night. Adkison reported
that Council Members Vivian
Brewer and Narvel Armstrong,
former Council Member John
Paul Cook, Jr., and City Clerk
Sherry Cobb have been cleared
of possible Sunshine Law viola-
tions. Adkison provided the
news at Monday's regular City
Council meeting.
The possible Sunshine Law
violations came up during
Adkison's inquiry into the pay-
ment of $12,300 to former
Recreation Director and Fire
Chief Clarence "Buddy" Bax-
ley for work he allegedly did for
the City. Investigation of the
payment has been turned over
to the 14th District State Attor-
ney's office, Adkison said.
Adkison also told Council
that he would write a repri-
mand for the file of Assistant
City Clerk Becky Baxley, who
has reported in sick without
any documentation for about
a week. Becky Baxley, the wife
of Buddy Baxley, was on
administrative leave until
about three weeks ago.
Becky Baxley went on a
week's vacation a week after
returning to work, and accord-
ing to Cobb has been calling in
sick every day on the City Hall
answering machine every
evening for about a week.
Adkison also said he would
advise Becky Baxley of the
rules of her employment.
"Under the circumstances we
could fired her," Adkison said.
"We have bent over backwards
to make this right"
Council also approved for-
ward a draft future land use
map to the state Department of
Community Affairs. Alan Gray
of West Florida Regional Plan-
ning Council showed the draft
of the new map to Council. The
new map is produced by a geo-
graphic information system.
mapping program.
Gray said the maps were
produced by combining the
parcel map from the property
appraiser's office with GIS
overlays. The new maps show
the exact configuration of
Gray asked the public to
look at the maps at City Hall
and check for any mistakes.
He said to report any mistakes
to City Hall.
Council also approved first
reading of the new animal
control ordinance. A copy is
available at City Hall.

School Board holds hearing on progression plan

Managing Editor

Washington County School Board
held a public hearing on revisions to the
school progression plan for 2008-09 at
its monthly meeting Monday night.
Director of Curriculum and Instruction
Gail Porter presented several recom-
mended changes.
Two changes involve the former des-
ignations of high honors and honors.
High honors will now be designated
summa cum laude. Among the grading
changes in this category are that begin-
ning with ninth graders in 2008-09,
courses considered honors courses

ors, advanced placement in the course
code directory.
Honor student designation would be
based on a "weighted" cum laude sys-
tem according to the district-wide grade
point average standards of 3.85 for
summa cum laude.
Honors will be designated magna
cum laude. This category would be sub-
ject to the same grading changes as
above, and the "weighted" system
would be 3.65.
In addition, students must have com-
pleted at least eight advanced academic
courses as honors or advanced place-
ment in the course code directory. Hon-
ors classes offered in eighth to 12th

include any course designated as hon- See SCHOOLS, page 3

Jay Felsberg / Managing Editor
Washington County School Board accepts the $200,000
Project Lead the Way grant. Left to right: Vice-President for
Workforce Initiatives Pam Tedesco, School Board Members
Wayne Saunders, John Hawkins, Terry Ellis, School Board
Chairman Brock, Susan Roberts, Grant writer Julia Morales
and Superintendent Calvin Stevenson.



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Washington County News Wednesday, April 16, 2008 3A

Continued from page 1
approach re-routes State 77 and uses a
two-way traffic pattern to reduce traffic
flow and density. It features a large pedes-
trian section and shuttle service.
This concept features a hotel and con-
vention center, different apartment con-
cepts to attract young families and profes-
sionals, and a chiller plant outside of
downtown to provide air conditioning.
A fourth approach utilizes what was
*called the charm of downtown Chipley.
jThis approach recognizes Chipley's rail-
:road history and seeks to strengthen the
-core of downtown. There would be park-
7ing and a plaza effect along the rail lines,
as well as three parking garages.
Streets would be widened and paving
patterns would be changed to slow up traf-
fic. It would feature a "hard strip" that
would be used for either parking or festi-
vals. The project's "new urbanist"

approach would encourage nightlife and
weekend functions to attract people to live
This approach also allows for building
on existing buildings once they are rein-
The final approach takes the different,
very diverse parts of Chipley and "sutures"
them together.
The designers see the railroad as "dis-
connecting" north and south, so open
green space was used to "stitch together"
north and south. Both occupied (with
dwellings) and passive (non-occupied)
green space would be used. There would
be plenty of space and medians.
Pedestrian-friendly paths would con-
nect both sides. Boxcar-like building units
would reflect the city's railroad heritage.
Downtown would feature a mixed-use
apartment building with parking under-
neath. One building could be a combined
museum, restaurant and retail place.
Once the projects are complete they
would combined in a book and CDs for
future planning in Chipley.


Arrest report from the Washington County Sheriff's Department for the week of April 7 to April
14, 2008.
William Ackerman, 3/5/58, Chipley, violation of probation, battery.
Charles Blevins, 3/3/6, Vernon, child support.
Christopher Corbin, 8/4/73, Chipley, violation of probation (driving while license suspended or
revoked), possession of paraphernalia, possession of meth, possession of weaponby convicted felon.
Gretchen Denham, 8/18/53, Columbus, Ga., driving under the influence.
Sandra Foxworth, 2/7/66, Chipley, driving under the influence.
Marion Guster, 8/20/75, Chipley, trespassing.
James Harp, 10/4/69; Chipley, fire a weapon into structure.
Jason Hicks, 12/6/71, South Lake Tahoe, Calif., petit theft.
Kenneth Hooks, 9/19/73, Chipley, child support.
Michael Hooks, 10/28/75, Chipley, child support.
Jeremiah Hunter, 3/3/85, Pensacola, driving while license suspended or revoked.
Jaime Love, 11/29/88, Chipley, disorderly conduct.
Alice Moore, 4/14/61, Bay St. Louis, Miss., driving while license suspended or revoked.
Izchak Null, 4/9/69, Cooper City, driving while license suspended or revoked.
Hubie Roberts, 3/19/74, Caryville, aggravated assault with weapon, fire weapon in public (two
Macon Stewart, 11/5/89, Chipley, violation of probation (possession of alcohol under 21).
Robert Tatum, 10/27/9, Chipley, criminal mischief, burglary.
Salandra Taylor, 10/16/74, Chipley, battery on law enforcement officer, resist officer with violence.
Christopher White, 8/26/79, Geneva, Ala., child support.
Anthony Williams, 9/28/81, Marianna, Jackson County warrant for battery.
Kenneth Williams, 12/6/84, Bonifay, Holmes County warrants for drug possession and battery.
Levander Williams, 2/28/77, Winter Park, child support.
Darryl Wynn, 2/9/89, Graceville, trespassing and battery.

Marriage license information -
April 7-11, 2008
The following information was taken
from marriage license applications issued by
the clerk's office at the Holmes County
Hubert W. Cooper, 8-6-48 of Bonifay and
Kathy E. Cooper, 8-20-55 of Ponce de Leon.

Continued from page 1

grade would be considered pro
weighted. cuI
The Board heard
that work should begin
on Vernon Elementary
.,School by June 1 and Lead the W
'construction is scheduled Pam Tedesc
for 300 days. Great North
The Board also heard The gra
that bids are out for the a $246,988
5,000-squarre feet class- and will
room and bathroom com- provide a p
plex to be built on the site curriculum
of the tennis courts at high school
Chipley High School. on this g
The Board also accepted www.chipley
a the $200,000 Project The B

Divorce information (filed, but
not necessarily final) -
April 7-11, 2008
The following information was taken
from records at the Holmes County Court-
house of unfinalized, recorded divorce
Jerry R. Mullinax and Ihmmy L. Mullinax

The grant includes
$246,988 local match
and will be used to
)vide a pre-engineering
rriculum at both county
high schools.

'ay grant from
o of Florida's
ant includes
local match
be used to
at both county
Is. For more
rant, go to
Board also

approved a cafeteria incen-
tives package for cafeteria
managers proposed by
Chartwells, the private firm
managing the school cafe-
School Superintendent
Calvin Stevens released a
statement on his intention
not to seek re-election. To
read it go to Schools at

Washington County Relay For Life

April 18th & 19th, 2008
6pm to Noon Chipley Football Field, Railroad Avenue

Local Southern G
will be per
Friday night, April

Third grade student at Kate Smith
Elementary School will be performing
Friday night, April 18 from 9:45-10:45pm
Food, Fun, Children's Activities, A
Entertainment & Live Profession
Please come Celebrate, Remem
and Fight Back against cancer
For more information contact
Kristin Marell at 850-258-3070

ospel Ministries
18 from 7-8pm

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Hi, I'm

Dr. Mark


Thank you for allowing me to introduce myself, and I'm pleased to be a part
of the Washington, Holmes and Jackson County Community!
Dr. Mark Taylor, a native of St. Augustine, Florida, has been practicing
chiropractic since 2000. His professional experience began in Augusta,
Georgia, and ultimately led him home to Florida, where he most recently
operated an office in Jacksonville. His dream of sharing chiropractic in small
town America has been realized, as he now resides in Chipley, Florida, with
his wife and two children.
Dr. Taylor began his educational career at Appalachian State University in
Boone, N.C., where he was a member of the Dean's List and the Mountaineers'
Southern Conference Champion football team. Finishing his education at
Life University in Marietta, Georgia, he earned a Bachelor's Degree in
Nutrition and a Doctorate of Chiropractic.
He is currently an active member of the Florida Chiropractic Association,
as well as the local Kiwanis Club. Dr. Taylor has completed many hours of
post-graduation training and continues to stay abreast of the most up-to-date
advances in chiropractic and natural health.

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We welcome your call for more information


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Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Welfare Corrupts

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It's been a while since
we've looked in on
Grammar-Man, but as
we're nearly halfway
through the
are calling
for help. '*
Our hero
was last
seen in the
Adverb Sea,
deflecting n '
vague ne
away from Andrew
Grammar-Man's advice:
dramatically improve your
writing by eliminating as
many adverbs as possible
from your writing. Omit
the words "very" and "so"
to make your meaning
Grammar-Man's newest
adversary is the English
language itself!
The 1989 second edition
of the Oxford English
Dictionary, a historical
dictionary that tracks the
evolution of the English
language, includes over
600,000 word forms,
according to
And among all those
words, we sometimes get
confused about the ones
we're trying to use.
Grammar-Man interjects:
never "try and..." we
always "try to..."
One of the most
common writing mistakes
is substituting "its" for
"it's." This trap claims me.
as victim about once every
four columns. Fortunately,
I have several editors
looking out for me. The
confusion originated in
4th grade, where I learned
that to make anything
possessive, all you need to
add is ('s).
This is not the case with
the word "it." To make, ,
"it" possessive, just add
"s." The word form "it's,
is the contraction of "it"
and "is." The explanation
is simple enough, if only :J
could remember this when
I write. There's nothing", '
like a minute mistake to
make even the most
erudite writer appear
Speaking about smart
people making grammar
mistakes, Heather Tesch,
from The Weather
Channel was describing

three separate storms and
she began her sentence
like this: "The better of
these three storms..." If
you can't
tell what's
wrong with
don't tell
Read on.
compare two
H. )J? things, we
S/ use the
form. The
Word words
"better" and
Hollinger "worse" are
examples of
With three or more things,
we use the superlative.
Heather should have said,
"The best of these three
Another problem of
having so many words in
our language is that
sometimes we get
homophones, words that
sound the same but have
different spellings and
The two most offending
words are "to" and "too."
The little "to" is a
preposition or an infinitive
marker; we use it in
conjunction with locations
and activities: I'm going to
the store to do my
The big "too" is an
adverb, as in "This coffee
is too hot." The big "too"
is also used for "also."
The most common error
between these two words
is that we mean the big
"too" but spell the little
This is no laughing
matter. Everyday language
claims new victims.
When we misuse words,
we knock a few points off
our social and academic
Lucky us, we have a
crusader blocking our way
to bad grammar.
Will our courageous
hero conquer his verbose
Or will the weight of the
words crush Grammar-
Man before he can save us
from unsound usages?
Tune in for the next
episode. Same Grammar
time. Same Grammar

Andrew Hollinger can be
reached for question or
comment through
He encourages response.

Before anything else it needs to be
noted that most of the welfare
recipients are not unwed mothers
but people doing business as major
corporations. They receive subsidies,
bailouts, protection
from competition and
so forth, all
undeserved, all unjust, "
all lacking any
legitimacy in a
genuine free country. ''"
American firms, as
thousands of others
around the globe,
have managed to ,
persuade politicians to
provide them with Opi
benefits at the
expense of people Tibor
who haven't
consented to any of
the takings that
provide the funds that make all this
A very early essay I wrote on the
topic-published in the philosophy
journal The Personalist-was called
"Justice and the Welfare State." In it
I argued, way back in 1970, that the
welfare state breaks the connection
between cause and effect and thus
promotes widespread injustice.
People who earn a living don't get to
keep their earnings as people who
don't earn a living get away with
having those in government looting
resources for them.
Of course, there can be some of
this without any injustice, when
people voluntarily contribute
portions of their wealth so others can
be helped out, usually temporarily.
Such voluntary generosity, charity,
philanthropy, and so forth is quite
proper among human beings. What
isn't is the daisy chain of rip offs that
constitutes the welfare state where
politicians and bureaucrats extort '
funds from innocent citizens so as to
support unsuccessful business
enterprises and people who create
huge families they are unable to
support on their own.
Another result of the welfare state
is the corruption of personal
responsibility. Millions of people are
being taught by the system that they
can get away with not being
responsible, without having to practice
the moral virtue of prudence. All the
safety nets placed under them become
routine in welfare states whereas they
should only be provided on a
temporary basis, by willing
contributors, so that the message does
not spread that millions of citizens
may live off the backs of others.
Let's not even worry for now
about the ripping off that's involved.
That is unjust and cruel, of course.
But another equally insidious aspect
of the welfare system is that from the
time they are infants millions of
people are told, in effect, that they
don't need to work, to produce
goods and services for the market
place, in order to support


themselves. All they need is to back
some politicians who will help them
loot productive people. This will
create the clear impression that life
can be lived without having to do
much to sustain it
other than join a
political pressure
Of course, the
S welfare state does not
involve generosity,
compassion or
; I charity-all those
require free choice.
S/' The welfare state
involves organized
\ion crime, extortion,
1Ul1 transferring wealth
lachan from unwilling citizens
to those with political
clout. How can such a
system not fail to
communicate corrupt principles of
human community life to those who
gain from it? Do you need to have
foresight in running your business?
No, since when you fail you will
not experience the natural
consequences of failure. Do you
need to do vigorous and smart
marketing of your goods and
services? No, since if you don't sell
these you will not experience adverse
results-instead the government will
make sure you can carry on in your
inept ways. Do you need to plan
your family, adjust your aspirations
to your means? Not at all-you'll get
a free ride from the government's
extortion of innocent people.
Again, when people experience
temporary setbacks they are usually
helped out by family, friends,
neighbors, and various service
organizations, but not with blank
checks that misinformnn them about
the requirements of life.
And then there is the question of
why so many people are wringing
their hands about people going into
debt way over their capacity to carry
the debt? Why are so many caught
unawares about their fellows taking
on mortgages they are unable to
pay? Why do millions of young
people keep maxing out their credit
cards? Why do businesses start up
without adequate capitalization?
Why do they hold on to outmoded
practices that lead them to fail?
Maybe an important element of
what leads to all this and more is
how the welfare state educates
everyone to believe that one can get
along quite well without having to
think about the future. One can get
by in it without learning how the
world works when it is not distorted
by the system.
So aside from the injustice of the
welfare state there is also the fact
that it leads to massive corruption
throughout a society, severe
misconceptions about what it really
takes to make a.reasonably
prosperous life for oneself, both in
personal and business affairs.

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signed and include the author's address and phone
number for verification.
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necessarily reflect the opinions of this newspaper.
We reserve the right to delete materials not in keeping
with newspaper policies, those we feel would be
libelous, politically motivated, or any we feel are in poor
We pledge to maintain the author's meaning should it.
become necessary to delete any such portions. Lengthy
letters (over 200 words) may not be published.
We do not publish political endorsements as letters to
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We do not publish letters of thanks. Those wishing to
thank someone should do so, one method being a "card
of thanks" advertisement in the paper.
Letters should be mailed to: Editor, Washington
County News, RO. Box 627, Chipley, FL 32428.
Or e-mailed to afelsbergchipleypaper.com. Fax is
(850) 638-4601 or 547-9418.


Many readers commented about
their feelings for Trooper Milton Brown
following his' recent accident. Here are
some of those comments, both emailed
to us and as comments typed at the
end of the articles about Brown and
his recovery.
My name is Alexxa Quick and I am writing in.
response to the story printed about officer Milton.
Brown. I am a close friend of the family and would
like to share my story.
The day of the accident, I woke up only to find
out that Mr.Brown had, been in a bad car accident
and was dying. In fact, on the scene of the acci-
dent, the police called him in as dead. I have known
his family a little over 5 years,
and he is like a father to me.
So, our family and many oth-
ers were very distraught.
Well, obviously, he wasn't
dead. But when he first was
admitted to the hospital, the
doctors were saying that there
were many things that needed
to be done in order for him to
live, including surgeries.
Well, all throughout the
day, the doctors were com-
ing back over and over, Trooper
reporting that the operations Milton Brown
they previously said needed
to be done no longer were necessary, and that he
was getting better by the minute.
I'm 15, and every day at school, I hear the same things:,.
"He was so lucky" and "That was nothing but luck."
But I have something to say. That wasn't luck; if
was God. And if Mr.Brown didn't have God in his
heart I'm sure he wouldn't be here right now. You
know, he isn't even supposed to walking.,But Sun7,
day at church, he was dancing and jumping around
more than any 16-year-old in the building.
Milton, I'm thankful how God has keep His'
protective hand on your life as you've served our
state as a trooper for years. I'm proud of your accom-
plishments and your compassionate heart. And
I'm especially glad to know you will be ok after this
accident. God is not through with you yet. I pray for-
your healing and speedy recovery. God Bless you
and your family. I love you Your cousin. Vivian,
Hogan, Palm Bay, FL
Dear Trooper Brown, I am sorry that you were in
a wreck and we all love you. We are praying for you
to get well soon. I was in the same hospital that you,
are in when I was hurt by a lawnmower when I was
4 ,I am 7 now, be brave and get well soon. I still
remember the first time I met you at Piggly Wiggly
in Chipley you gave me a hug and a card with your.
picture on it, you made me hold up my hand and
you made me swear to be a Junior Trooper. I am.
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Washington County News Wednesday, April 16, 2008 5A

Sacred Heart Opens office in Chipley

Heart Women's Hospital is
extending its expertise in
managing high risk preg-
nancies into the Florida
Panhandle and South
Alabama by opening a
satellite office in Chipley.
The information was pro-
vided in a news release.
This office will allow
pregnant women in
Okaloosa, Walton, Holmes,
Washington and Bay coun-
ties in Florida as well as
Houston, Geneva, Henry,
Dale, and Coffee Counties
in Alabama to receive

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expert care from Sacred
Heart's Regional Perinatal
Center without having to
travel to Pensacola.
"We wanted to expand
the regional availability of
our services and improve
birth outcomes in North-
west Florida and South
Alabama, while allowing
patients to get expert prena-
tal care closer to home,"
said Dr. James Thorp, a

specialist in Maternal-Fetal
Medicine and medical
director of the Regional
Perinatal Center.
Once a month, a Mater-
nal-Fetal Medicine (MFM)
physician and support staff
from the Regional Perinatal
Center in Pensacola will
travel to an office adjacent
to Northwest Florida Com-
munity Hospital in Chipley.
The patient must be
referred to the satellite
office by their primary
obstetrician. There, the
sonographer will perform a
high quality ultrasound scan

of the mother's womb to
monitor fetal development.
Then the MFM will per-
form a physical examination
of patient and will review his
recommendations with her
and a plan of care will be sent
to the referring physician.
The second component of
the program neonatal care
for very sick or premature
newborns is provided by
Sacred Heart's Neonatal
Intensive Care Unit.
For more information on
Sacred Heart's Regional
Perinatal Center, call
(850) 416-2477.

Arts Council host

'A Day in the Park'

'Washington County Arts Council
will host '"A Day in the Park" Arts
Festival at Shivers Park in Chipley,
Saturday, April 26, from 10 a.m. to
4 p.m.
Musical headliners include Margo
Anderson, one-man band, Radar
McLean, from Orlando performing
Reggae, Calypso, Latin, Jazz, R and
B, and Caribbean Classics.
Free and open to the public, '"A
Day in the Park" includes an Arts
and Crafts marketplace offering
original and handmade items from
local artisans.
Vendor forms are available on
their website.
Showcasing local artists will be an
outdoor gallery featuring two-
dimensional paintings, watercolors
and drawings offered for sale.
Prizes will be awarded to
outstanding work.
Friends of the Library. are
collecting poetry for their "Favorite
Poem Project". Submission boxes
are located throughout town
with forms to nominate your
favorite poem to be read at the
Festival at the Friends of the Library
Dr. Sound will stroll the grounds
performing on his hand-made pan
flute .
Dr. Sound offers children's work-
shops on crafting their own flute,
learning to tune and play it which
builds upon their problem-solving
Professor Steve, using everyday
objects, will demonstrate and edu-
cate viewers on scientific phenom-
ena in ways that everyone can relate
to and understand.
A Mime Troupe from Vernon
High School will amuse and delight
festival goers.
There will be hamburgers, hot-
dogs and barbecue for sale.
Many more activities are in the
works and local politicians will be

Contributed photo
Margo Anderson will be one
of the musical headliners at
Washington County Arts
Council's 'A Day iin the Park.'

there to help you make an informed
decision in the upcoming elections.
Sponsorships are needed to help
underwrite the costs of the festival
and help the Washington County
Arts Council to continue its mission
of promoting the Arts in Washington
Sponsorship offers an unique
opportunity to advertise and serves
to strengthen ties to the community
in a positive way.
Check out the website for further
information and downloadable
forms for vendors, sponsors or the
call for artists for the art show at

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Communications (right) presents Chief, Ed Pelletier,
Country Oaks VFD with a check on behalf of
West Florida Electric Cooperative.

WFEC gives back

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from $17 to $43 depending on
length of course.
An Observing and Recording
Child Behavior course will meet
Monday's and Wednesday's, May 7
through June 16. from 6 to 9:20
p.m. Cost is $191.
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Done: The Power of Positive
Relationships; The Pygmalion
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health, child care, parenting, art,
history, psychology, literature,
statistics, philosophy, engineering,
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Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Washington County News 6A


Chipley 6, Port St. Joe 3
PORT ST JOE Chipley's
Karsten Whitson had three
strikeouts and gave up three
runs on two hits in five innings
for the win. He also added a
two-run double at the plate.
Jared Kirkland was 2 for 2 with
an RBI, Ryan Brown 2 for 4
with a double and Justin Cham-
bers finished up on the mound
for Chipley (13-7).

Holmes County 9, Arnold 8
Brad White had a three-run
home run, a double and five
RBIs in Holmes County's vic-
tory over Arnold.
Michael Johnson had two
hits, including a double, and
two RBIs. Jeremy McGowan
had two hits with a double, and
Ty Short had two hits. Jesse
Gavin was the winning pitcher,
while Aaron Mollet earned a

Chipley 13,
North Hardin (Ky.) 5
CHIPLEY Chipley got two
hits each from Billy Gilbert and
Zach Jadofsky and nearly run-
ruled North Hardin. Gilbert
had three RBIs and Jadofsky
-added another.
Jared Kirkland was 1 for 3
with two RBIs, and Blake
Obert had a two-out single that
drove in two runs for his only
hit of the night. Ryan Brown
went three innings for the
Tigers. He allowed three runs
on two hits and struck out two.

South Walton 15,
Bethlehem 3
Infinger drove in six runs as the
Seahawks easily won a non-dis-
trict contest.

Freeport 5, Vernon 4
FREEPORT- Freeport scored
twice in the sixth inning and held
on for a District 1-2A win.

Chipley 6, Vernon 2
VERNON Jessica Bush
pitched a complete game to
give Chipley a win in its last
game of the regular season.
Bush, 8-3, allowed two
unearned runs in the bottom of
the first, and finished with six
Kassi Shackelford was 2 for 4

P irst place in opening

Submitted photo

The Tri-County YMCA held their opening day tournament on Saturday, April 12.
The team sponsored by Badcock and More of Chipley and Bonifay won first place
in the 11- and 12-year-old division. Pictured, from left are: kneeling, Corey Holland,
Zack Gibson, Tice Kilgore, Kyle Beman, Adam Bass, Jack Cates. Standing, Coach
JD Kilgore, Colby Wiggins, Jordan Finch, Wyatt Brock, Zack Kelly, Seth
Pemberton, Matt Fisher, Coach Herbert Wiggins, Coach Richard Finch.

Starter Mary Elizabeth Pip-
pin went six innings, struck out
seven and allowed two runs on
three hits.
Lacey Russ helped pace
Holmes County, going 2 for 4
with a run scored. Crystal
Thompson was 2 for 5 with two
RBIs and one run scored. Anna
Keen was also 2 for 5 and had a
double. Jenna Belser and Sierra
Jackson each went 2 for 5.
Holmes County next plays
the winner of Chipley-Mari-
anna in the District 2-3A semi-
finals on Thursday.

Chpley 12, PDL 0
Davis allowed five hits in five
innings and fanned four to
improve to 8-2 as Chipley won
by the run rule. Jessica Bush
had a single, double, scored two
runs and knocked one in; Davis
had a double, three runs scored
and RBI; Rachael Fowler had a
single, home run and three
RBIs, Katelyn Davidson was 2
for 2 with three RBIs, Kristen
Garney 2 for 3 with two RBIs,
and Hannah Geuttler and
Vanessa Hatcher each had a hit,
two runs and one RBI.

Holmes County 3, Vernon 0
BONIFAY Mary Elizabeth
Pippin (8-3) tossed a one-hitter
and struck out 12 as Holmes
County won its final regular-
season game. Anna Keen was 2
for 3 with a double, and Crystal
Thompson was 2 for 4,. for
Holmes County (17-4).

Laurel Hill 9,
Ponce de Leon 2
Adeana Reeves and Allicia
Griggs each had big days at the
plate as the Hoboes won their
regular season finale.

Softball playoffs
District 2-5A At Tallahassee Lincoln Monday: No.
4 Chiles vs. No. 5 Leon, 5 p.m. Tuesday: No. 2
Mosley vs. No. 3 Rutherford, 6 p.m. (Lynn Haven).
No. 1 Lincoln vs. Chiles/Leon, 6 p.m. Thursday:
Championship game, 6 p.m.
District 2-4A At Tallahassee Rickards Monday:
No. 3 Arnold vs. No. 6 East Gadsden, 4 p.m. No. 4
Rickards vs. No. 5 Bay, 6 p.m. Tuesday: No. 2
Godby vs, Arnold/East Gadsden, 4 p.m. No. 1
Wakulla vs. Rlckards/Bay, 6 p.m. Thursday:
Championship game, 7 p.m.
District 2-3A At Chipley Tuesday: Chipley vs.
Marianna, 7 p.m. Thursday: No. 1 Holmes County
vs. Chipley/Marlanna, 7 p.m.
District 2-2A At Altha Monday: No. 4. Altha vs.
No. 5 Bozeman, 6 p.m. Tuesday: No. 2 Blountstown
vs. No. 3 Sneads, 5 p.m. No, 1 Cottondale vs.
Altha/Bozoman, 7 p.m. Thursday: Championship
game, 7 p.m.
District 3-2A At Liberty County Tuesday: Port St.
Joe vs. Liberty County Thursday: No. 1
Wewahitchka vs. Port St. Joo/Liberty County,
7 n.m.

and scored twice. Bush was 1
for 3 with a double and two
RBIs. Skylar Davis was 1 for 4
with an RBI and a run scored.
Vanessa Hatcher was 1 for 4
and Kristen Garney scored two
Chipley, 16-5, played Mari-
anna on Tuesday at 7 p.m. in
the first game of the District 2-
3A tournament.

Holmes County 6, NFC 4
Gavin pitched the last four
innings of Holmes County's 6-4
win in 10 innings over North
Florida Christian on Thursday,
but her most important contri-
bution came at the plate.
Tied at 2 heading into the
10th, Gavin hit a two-run dou-
ble in the top of the inning that
put the Lady Blue Devils
ahead. They scored two more
to take a 6-2 lead heading to the
bottom of the 10th. NFC could
only rally with two runs.
Holmes County improved to
18-4 heading into district play.
Gavin struck out six and
allowed two hits in her relief
effort. She was 2 for 5 with two
doubles and two RBIs.


Archery Tournament
An Outdoors Unlimited Archery Tournament spon-
sored by First Baptist Church of Bonifay will be held on
April 26, at 4 p.m. at the Homes County Fair Grounds in
Bonifay. This is for amateurs only. No target bows. Reg-
istration is $15 per person to shoot. Registration of the
regular 20 Station Tournament. Coon Shoot to follow.
For more information, call the church office at 547-2420.

Kids Fishing Day
Orange Hill Soil and Water Conservation District will
sponsor "Kids Fishing Day" on May 10. Fishing will start
at 8 a.m. at a pond on the Campbellton Highway
(C273). Go north through Chipley on Highway 77 to
Campbellton Highway, turn right, go eight-tenths of a
mile. A sign and the pond will be on the right.
Kids Fishing Day is for all Washington County youth, 16
years-of-age and younger. An adult must accompany all
children who participate. Hamburgers and drinks will be
served at lunch. There will be prizes for the kids.
Those who have fishing gear should take it with
them. If someone does not have a fishing pole, Chris
Paxton of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission will be there to supply fishing poles and
tackle for those who need to borrow some. Bait will be
supplied. For additional information, call the Orange Hill
Soil and Water Conservation office at 638-8565.

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, pro-
vided 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 activities.
The public is invited to make tax-deductible dona-
tions 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.

Georgia-Florida ending senior
citizen license exemption
An agreement between Florida and Georgia that
allows senior citizens from either state to hunt and fish
in fresh water without licenses in both states is about to
end. The agreement, which dates back to 1981, will end
on June 30.
Georgia officials announced in May 2007 that eco-
nomic realities have rendered the reciprocal agreement
no longer feasible for hunting, and it will come off the
books. The nature of the agreement requires that
Florida follow suit. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conser-
vation Commission (FWC) voted Wednesday to end the
reciprocal agreement concerning freshwater fishing, as
well. The agreement never has exempted nonresident
seniors from either state from saltwater fishing license
Senior citizens who are Florida residents may con-
tinue to hunt and fish in Florida without purchasing a
Florida license, although the FWC encourages seniors
to purchase licenses to support conservation.

UMC hosts golf tourney
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 Dog-
wood Lakes Country Club in Bonifay. Participation fee of
$50 includes golf, meal, two mulligans and 'A Throw."
Those wishing to sponsor a hole for $25 may do so by
designating their money for "Golf Tournament".
Contact Dan Burdeshaw at 638-3243 or Don Pearce
at 638-3782 for additional information.

FWC needs help with feral hogs
Feral hogs have a reputation for destroying wildlife
habitat with their foraging habits and high reproductive
rates. Nowhere is that more clear than on the Blackwa-
ter Wildlife Management Area, Hutton Unit, near Milton.
Due to extensive damage and a growing number of
hogs on the 5,243-acre area, the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is offering five
three-day hog hunts this spring and summer.
The hunts are the product of an agreement between
the FWC and the Florida Division of Forestry the lead
managing 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
Hog-dogs will be allowed during the hunts. Hunters
will be limited to a total of three dogs, however,
Anyone interested in applying 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
There will be no size or bag limit on hogs. No live
hogs may be removed from the area.


The following is a list of area athletes playing
college softball and their statistics as of April 11,
unless noted.
Nicole Barbee (Holmes County, Enterprise-
Ozark), FAMU, Jr., OF .000 avg., 14 AB.
Amy Harrison (Chipley, Florida State), South-
ern Indiana, Sr., RHP 25 G, 20 GS, 12-8, 1 SV,
3.24 ERA, 127.1 IP, 129 H, 66 R, 59 ER, 32 BB,
116 K.
Lela Land (Vernon), Tallahassee, Fr., IF (as
of March 13) .250 avg., 28 AB, 4 R, 7 H, 1 2B, 1
Lindsay Tbmlin (Holmes County), Alabama
Southern, So., RHP- (as of March 20) 10 G, n/a
GS, 2-7, 4.38 ERA, 56 IP, 92 H, 56 R, 35 ER, 14
BB, 15 K.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of
other area athletes now playing college softball is
asked to call Brad Milner at the The News Herald at
747-5065 or e-mail bmiilner@pcnh.com.

Washington County News Wednesday, April 16, 2008 7A

Submitted photo
Elizabeth Holmes discusses Red Cross
operations at a Kiwanis Club meeting.


Red Cross talks to Chipley Kiwanis Club

During a regular weekly
meeting earlier this month, the
Kiwanis Club of Chipley was
provided an overview of Amer-
ican Red Cross operations in
Washington County and the
surrounding area by Elizabeth
Holmes, Community Develop-
ment Coordinator for the
American Red Cross in Wash-
ington, Holmes, Jackson, and
Calhoun counties.
Washington County is one
of six counties in the Central
Panhandle Chapter for the
American Red Cross.
While the American Red
Cross is most well known for
its disaster relief operations,

the daily activities in the Cen-
tral Panhandle Chapter are
focused more on local issues
such as support to families
displaced by fire, storm dam-
age, local flooding, providing
health and life saving training,
and support community
events. A major ongoing activ-
ity is operation of the Blood-
The Chapter experiences a
need for emergency support
about every three days in the
local area. Typically, support
to people and families with
unexpected emergency needs
last three to four days while
the individuals reorganize

their resources and re-estab-
lish themselves while recover-
ing from the emergency cir-
Funds raised by the Ameri-
can Red Cross remain in the
local area and support teams
are organized in each county.
In addition to funding raised
directly by the American Red
Cross, the organization also
receives support form the
United Way Campaign. Dona-
tions of goods and services are
also welcome.
For ways to support the
Central Panhandle Chapter,
visit their Website at www.red-
crosscpc.org. In addition to

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hipley students lend a hand at Washington County Library

Seven Chipley High School
7 students visited the
Washington County Library
as part of the weekly
I-children's program. Kayla
Farmer, Whitney Farrell,
Lashanda McKinnie,
La'Ticia Jones, Jeremi
Johnson, and Brittany
Potter (back row from left to
right), all members of a
rgtalmmesopublic speaking class at
CHS, helped the little ones
with crafts and storytime at
the library. The children
" also enjoyed a visit from
S, Chip the Tiger (Bethany
,A ,' Knight) before and after

Submitted photo

collecting blood and fundrais-
ing, the Central Panhandle
chapter is seeking volunteers
to work in all the activities,
according to their skills and
interests. A volunteer applica-
tion form is available on the
website, or you can call Eliza-
beth Homes at (850) 763-6587
for more information.
The Kiwanis Club meets
Tuesdays at noon in Pattillo's
Restaurant at WHTC (in the
middle of the WHTC cam-
pus). Anyone interested in
membership information can
contact any Kiwanian or
David Solger, membership
chairman, at 638-1276.

Workshop will
provide both
personnel and
school officials an
opportunity to
discuss safety




April 22

A school safety
workshop will be held
on Tuesday, April 22
from 10 a.m. until noon
(lunch following) at the
Blue Lake Park facility on
Hwy 77.
This workshop will
provide both emergency
response personnel and
school officials an opportu-
nity to discuss safety issues
for some of our most
vulnerable, yet valuable
citizens the students,
teachers, and staff of our
Pertinent personnel
should plan to attend the
workshop including, but
not limited to School
Resource Officers; Princi-
pals or a representative
from each school; County
,School Officials; a repre-
sentative from the County
24-Hour Warning Point
(Dispatch); representatives
from the Sheriff's Office,
Chipley Police Depart-
ment, Ambulance Service,
Chipley and Vernon Fire
Departments; City and
County Administration.
For the workshop to be
successful, all entities need
to be represented.
For more information,
contact Lynne Jordan,
Emergency Management
coordinator, by Thursday,
April 10.
You may fax to 638-6316
or email Lynne at lwhite-
washingtonfl.com or call
DSI will be conducting
the annual Emergency
Operations Center (EOC)
and Continuity of Opera-
tions Plan (COOP) Table
Top Training and Exercise
on Tuesday, April 22, from
12-3 p.m. at the Blue Lake
Park facility located on
Hwy 77.
Lunch will be served
promptly at noon.
Joe Myers of DSI con-
ducted last year's training
and will be providing the
training again this year.
Myers has been involved
in emergency management
in city, county and state
government for 30 years.
He served on Governor Jeb
Bush's Florida Terrorism
Advisory Board.
Myers, as a State Direc-
tor, served as a State
Coordinating Officer for
numerous disasters includ-
ing, Hurricanes Gloria,

Hugo, Andrew, Opal,
Floyd and in addition
managed Gulf War Repa-
triation, Cuban Mass
Migration and the 1998
Florida Fires.

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8A Wednesday, April 16, 2008 0 Washington County News

The comments keep pouring in

As the "prattler"
marked the five-year
anniversary on April 9 of
writing "Perry's Prattle," it
seems the comments and
compliments just keep
pouring in.
My brother, Jim Wells, a
regular reader of my
efforts, probably knows his
brother, Perry, as well or
better than any person
alive. He even knows me
better than my wife, Hes-
ter. She has only known me
dating back to 1944 when
we first met at Cristo's 5
and 10-cent store in
Panama City. Brother Jim
has known me for a life-
time, as he is one year and
three days older.
After reading a "prattle"
a few weeks ago, Jim
picked up on my strong
hint for some "letters to
the: editor" giving approval
of my writing. Jay Felsberg,
managing editor of the
Washington County News,
also detected the tone of
my column that week as
being one of begging for
letters of approval. I really
think Jay was tempted to
reinstate a deleted line in
the column that week
where the writer had

Perry Wells

stricken his pitiful pleading
for a support letter!
To my knowledge that
column has not produced
any contact with the man-
agement of the newspaper
as yet. Who knows, an
influx of letters may be on
the way at this time.
At the gala "old hospital
reunion" held in Chipley
March 15, the writer and
his wife, Hester, had the
pleasure of being seated at
the table with young folk,
Cindy Sasser Vorhees and
her husband, Jim.
The husband had kind
words to say concerning his
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Comments from the
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the patriotic song during
opening ceremonies.
I can't leave the reunion
without passing on high
accolades to all involved in
planning and carrying out
the event in a professional
and entertaining manner.
Special thanks to the
Reunion Committee, Dr.
James A. Clemmons, Mark
Garney, ARNP, Delores J.
Barnosky, Maggie Davis,
Ann Harden, Sallie John-
son, Bobbie Kent, Becky
Cousson and Marlene Ray.
The "prattler" was hon-
ored to be included in the
program. Favorable com-
ments regarding the col-
umn came my way that
evening, however, names
escape me at the moment.
From last week's article
on Bess Nook, Mary Cole-
man Smith emailed her
approval of handling of the
She especially liked the
closing portion in which
she and Bessie Mae Pate
were "authorized" to claim
the name, Bess Nook, in
'honor of Mary's grand-
mother, Amy Elizabeth
Pate Farrell, as no one
came forward to claim
credit for the name.
The picture of this beau-
tiful lady portrays the
resemblance in her family
carried down to the third
generation, Mary Coleman
Last week's column
prompted an email from
my friend, Chuck Yates,
who has furnished me
background material on
the Yates family tree.
He has more to share,
which I hope will enhance
my knowledge of the fam-
ily, to which the writer also
has ancestral ties.
Theodore Simmons and
his wife, Joanne Simmons
Bell of DeFuniak Springs,
both purchasers of the

"The Heritage of Washing-
ton County" book, will be
glad to know of additional
information on the Yates
family. They are connected
in the family lineage.
Last week's writings also
brought an email response
from Jerry Hinson, retired
administrator of the Wash-
ington County Convales-
cent Center.
Jerry mentioned another
term many reads would be
familiar with, "cracker."'
He suggested the "prat-
tler" might research the
Jerry, who admits being'
59, said he believes then
origin of "cracker" as
applied to Floridans may
have come from early set-
tlers, the 1800s pioneers,'
when "cracking" the whip
while rounding up cattle
from the rush. He men-
tioned there was a breed of
cattle called "Florida
Crackers." Jerry also
thought that "cracker"
could be related to crack-
ing corn in making corn-
Before leaving reference'
to Jerry the "prattler' again
thanks him for supporting
the 22 years your writer
spent on local WBCG pro-
viding music on a Saturday
morning radio broadcast.
A host of residents in the
nursing home faithfully lis-
tened to "Bluegrass
Express" for their favorite
traditional or old-time
bluegrass or gospel song.
Jerry's mother, Blondell
Hinson, was a regular lis-
tener of the program.
Maybe that, too, made it
easy for him to help keep
the music on the air.
Inez Cook Corbin is a
regular reader of "Perry's
Prattle" and told me of her
interest many months ago.
A recent visit with her at
the drug store reminded
me of her comments. Her
husband was WL. "Lee"
Corbin and they were val-
ued customers of the Wells
family when we were in
business in our earlier days
in Chipley.
Reader will recall Dale
Taylor from previous writ-
ings. Dale sent glowing
words of approval in a
recent email after the
"prattler" recapped last
year's writings on Blue
Pond Cemetery and High
Hill Primitive Baptist
The "prattler" quotes
the words of the late Lew
Childre, musician and
comic entertainer from
Opp, AL, when he makes
the statement of, "warming
my heart and I don't know
why." Dale's email had
that profound effect in the
inner soul of Perry.
See you all next week.

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NAACP membership meeting
The Monthly NAACP membership meeting will be
April 21, at Shiloh M.B. Church, 3013 Moss Hill Road,
Vernon at 7 p.m. members and non-members are invited
to attend.
Adult yearly fee is $30; youth, 17 and under, $15 w/Crisis
magazine; $10 w/o Crisis magazine.

Bluegrass and Gospel jam
New Vision UMC in Greenhead will host a Bluegrass and
Gospel jam on April 18 starting at 6 p.m.
There will be open mic sign ups. Take your musical instru-
ments and join in. The jam is held every third Friday. For
more information, call 773-3091 or 896-1290.

Pancake breakfast
New Vision United Methodist Church in Greenhead will
hold a pancake breakfast on April 19 from 7 a.m. to noon.
Donations only.
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* Each day about 4,000 kids (under 18) try smoking for the first time,
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*The chemical nicotine found in cigarettes and other tobacco
products is a powerful central nervous system stimulant that is
highly addictive. In high closes it is extremely poisonous, and is
commonly used as an insecticide.
* Lung cancer, throat cancer, heart disease, stroke and emphysema
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signs clearly visible from outside the stores.
A 1995 study in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute found
that teens are more likely to be influenced to smoke by cigarette
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Tobacco Companies associate the use of their products with rodeos,
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10A Wednesday, April 16, 2008 & Washington County News

"Saturday the 14th" VHS's
--- ,,t-^B spring production underway

VERNON April 26 and
May 3, Vernon High
School's advanced drama
class will be presenting their
spring production, "Satur-
day the 14th," written by
William Gleason. The play
is a parody of the horror
film, "Friday the 13th."
The drama students have

been working vigorously to-
make this show a success
and invite the community to
come and enjoy it.
Showtime starts at 7 p.m.
and admission is $3 for
adults and students age 11
and up, children 10 and
under admitted free of

Blue Spring Basin meeting

A t Vernon Elementary School, Mrs. Harmon's 4th grade class
challenged their motor skills as well as their minds by making these
geometric mobiles. Students were given six two-dimensional pieces
of paper and were asked to color, cut, and tape them in order to
form six different three-dimensional shapes. The students then attached the
shapes to yarn and straws in order to hang them for display. The task appeared
to be challenging, but this class attacked the opportunity to show their creativity.


MARIANNA The public
is invited to attend a meeting
of the Jackson Blue Spring
Basin Working Group, Thurs-
day, April 17, in the Continu-
ing Education Building Con-
ference Room at Chipola Col-
lege. Presentations begin at 9
a.m. and will run until 2 p.m.
with a lunch break.
Chipola professor Allan
Tidwell will direct the meet-
ing. Chuck Hatcher, Director
of Jackson County Parks and
Recycling will provide an
update of Blue Springs Park.
Edd Sorenson of Cave
Adventurers will give an
update on cave system explo-
ration. David Wright, profes-
sor of Agronomy University
of Florida North Florida
Research and Education Cen-
ter will discuss reduced envi-
ronmental impacts from row
crops in a sod based rotation.
Annett Rudlaff, Source
Water Protection specialist,
Florida Rural Water Associ-

ation will give an update and
overview of sourcewater pro-
tection methods.
Bill Stanton, Executive
Director, Jackson County
Development Council will
discuss new economic and
developmental projects for
Jackson County and the
impact on water resources.
Darryl Boudreau, North-
west District Florida Depart-
ment of Environmental Pro-
tection, will provide an
update on Amnesty for Sink-
hole Cleanup project.
Boudreau also serves as
moderator for a meeting of
the Jackson County
Spring/Sinkhole Cleanup
Amnesty Committee.
The Blue Springs Working
group's annual Old Timer's
Day is set for Saturday, May
3, at Blue Springs.
For information on Old
Timer's Day, or to volunteer,
contact Chad Taylor at cct-


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The Department of Environmental Protection's
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Falling Waters with The Washington County
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Falling Waters State Park, Chipley
4-H Fishing Derby
Saturday, April 19, 8am
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Jay Felsberg / Managing Editor
The Holmes County 4-H took third place in the high school division. Holmes County 4-H advisor Nicole Crawson presented the award
to, left to right, Kaitlyn Pope, Whitney Yarbrough and Colby Mathews.

'All winners' at land

judging competition

Managing Editor
Don Walters concluded
the 49th annual FFA/4-H
Land Judging competition Comp
at the Washington County
Ag Center with these from t
words: "There's not a loser Land
in the crowd you're all
winners." And the more COrl
than 250 young people and are
their coaches all appeared bonifa'
to enjoy the annual
competition and the chipley
barbecue lunch served up
before the award ceremony.
Walters and Orange Hill Soil Water
Conservation District hosted the event,
which took place on Sewell Farm south of
Chipley, hosted by Rodney Sewell.
During the competition district winners

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from all over Florida were evaluated on
how well they evaluated soils for its quality
for growing.
The participants judged soil based on its
surface texture, permeability, depth, slope,
erosion, shrink/swell,
scores drainage and flooding. The
soils was judged for overall
FFA/4-H quality, and the students'
Idging scores were evaluated by
judges from the Florida
Atition Cooperative Extension
ine at System Institute of Food
iw.com, and Agricultural Sciences
W.COmI, at the University of Florida
per.com in Gainesville.
"The scores determine
how conservation practices
are applied to the land," said USDA-
NRCS District Conservationist Bob Booth.
Holmes County represented the local
district. Complete scores are online at
bonifaynow.com and chipleypaper.com.

Jay Felsberg / Managing Editor
Holmes County 4-H advisor Nicole Crawson presents
Holmes County 4-H representative Kaitlyn Pope with
her fifth-place high school division award.

The 10th annual Gulf
Coast Horse Show and
Music Festival returns to
Panama City at. Frank
Brown Park, Wednesday
through Saturday, April
23-26. Gates will open at
3:30 p.m. with shows start-
ing at 5:30 p.m. each night.
Admission is $12; chil-
dren age six and under and
persons showing an active
military I.D. admitted free.
Specialty acts and live
entertainment scheduled
before and after the show
includes Jeff Cook & The
Allstar Goodtime Band,
Kenny Kidd, Ivey -Broth-
ers, Tim Leper and "Wild
Thang", Big Horse Pro-
ductions and Flippenout
Productions and many
specialty acts round out
the shows.
Other features include
art, food, merchandise
vendors, amusement
rides, door prizes and free
Along with regular
classes that show each
evening, there will be
speed racking classes,
mule classes, specialty
classes for children, pro-
fessional and amateur rid-
ers throughout the event.
For children just getting
started there will be a stick
class show on Saturday
night at 5:30 p.m.
Over $50,000 in total
prize money and bonuses
will be awarded. No
qualification necessary for
championship classes.
Entry fee of $50 for all
classes except walking
horse championship ($160)
and WH.TA. Rider Cup
classes are $60. entry fee for
stick class is free.
For more information
visit www.gulfcoasthorse-
show.com or e-mail
Smail.com. Call (850) 914-
9030 for reservations and
ticket information.
For information on
specialty acts visit
bighorseproduction.com and

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All-Night Gospel Sing July 5
Bonifay Kiwanis Club is sponsoring the annual All-Night
Gospel Sing at the Holmes County High School on July 5.
Among the entertainers are the Dixie Echos Quartet, Jeff
and Sheri Easter, The Talley Trio, The Freeman's, Michael
Combs, Triumphant Quartet and talent search winners.
Tickets are $13 in advance, $15 at the door. Children
ages 3-11 years, $5 at door only Credit card orders with
Visa, MasterCard and Discover Card only. Call Bill Bailey,
(914) 756-6942. This is a Bill Bailey production.
Free wind inspections
Single-family Floridians living in site-built homes learned
recently that they are eligible for a free wind inspection
performed by a qualified hurricane mitigation inspector.
The announcement was made April 12 during the
Hurricane Expo held in Pensacola by representatives of
the Department of Financial Services' My Safe Florida
Home (MSFH) program and Be Ready Alliance
Coordinating for Emergencies (BRACE).
Florida Chief Financial Officer Alex Sink said properties
not eligible for free wind inspections include mobile and
manufactured homes, apartments, condominiums, multi-
family dwellings and businesses.
"More than 70 percent of homeowners receiving free
wind inspections have learned they are already eligible for
an average savings of $224 without making a single
improvement," she explained.
Floridians whose homes have received free wind
inspections from the MSFH program may also be eligible
to apply for matching tax-free grants of up to $5,000 to
make improvements to their homes. To date, the MSFH
program has given 4,402 homeowners grants totaling
more than $14.3 million.


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Washington, Holmes At A Glance

2B Wednesday, April 16, 2008 Washington County News / Holmes County Times-Advertiser

Rodgers-Lee engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Rodgers of Vernon announce the
engagement of their daughter, Jessica, to Daniel Lee, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Lee, of Vernon.
Jessica is the 2007 valedictorian graduate of Vernon High
School and will begin her junior year at Chipola College in
the fall of 2008, working toward her BA in Elementary Edu-
cation. She is the granddaughter of Alton (Red) Rodgers
and the late Hope Rodgers of Edna, Texas, and the late John
and Wanda Wiegand of Yale, Mich.
Daniel is the 2006 valedictorian graduate from Vernon
High School and will begin his junior year at Chipola Col-
lege in the fall of 2008, working toward his BA in Business.
Daniel plans to continue his graduate education with an
MBA from FSU-Panama City. He is the grandson of
Charles and Mary Lee of Vernon and Calvin and Mamie
Sapp of Cottondale; great-grandson of Eleanor Howell of
Vernon and Mary Ellis of Southport.
The couple is planning a May 2009 wedding.

Carter-Mathis engagement
Kari LeighAnn Carter and Michael Todd Mathis would
like to announce their engagement and approaching mar-
riage. The bride-elect is the daughter of Ricky and Alice
Carter of Chipley. Her maternal grandparents are the late
H.L. and Edna Helms of Bonifay. Mr. and Mrs. William B.
Carter of Chipley are her paternal grandparents, and Ruth
Thomas of Chipley is her God-grandmother.
Kari attends Florida State University in Tallahassee
where she is finishing her final year with a degree in
The prospective groom is son of Bruce and Vicki Mathis
of Chipley. His maternal grandparents are Bill and Ginger
Sheltman of Virginia Beach, Va. Paternal grandparents
are Edwin and Mary Mathis of Chipley. He is a Senior
Airman in the U.S. Air Force and is stationed in
Okinawa, Japan.
An outdoor wedding is planned for 6 p.m. Saturday,
May 10, at the Waits Mansion, 209 W. Kansas Avenue in
Bonifay. A reception will follow at the Mansion.
No local invitations will be sent. All family and friends
are invited to attend.
After a brief honeymoon, the couple will make their
home in Okinawa where he will be stationed for two years.

Jacelynn Nicole Cullifer
Justin and Nikki Cullifer of Westville announce the birth!
of their daughter Jacelynn Nicole. She was born March 24
at Jackson Hospital in Marianna and weighed 7 lbs. 7 oz.,
and was 20 inches long.
Jacelynn is the granddaughter of Mickey and Zola Ander-
son of Chipley, Mike and Kim Cullifer of Westville, and,
great-granddaughter of Mickey and Virgina Carroll and
John and Maddalene Anderson, all of Bonifay, and Pauline
Cullifer of Westville. Her big brother, Jacob, helped to.
welcome her home.

Grice-Swartz engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Grice and Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Swartz announce the engagement and approaching
marriage of their children, Jennifer Elizabeth Grice and
Eric Scott Swartz.
Jennifer is the daughter of Bobby and Glenda (Dean)
Grice of Chipley. Maternal grandparents are Leola
(Rhames) Dean and the late Curtis Monroe Dean of
Panama City. Paternal grandparents are the late Bishop
Lloyd Grice and Mary Ann (Wilson) Grice of Red Bay.
Eric is the son of Richard and Judy ( Herth) Swartz of
Cherry Valley, Calif. Maternal grandparents are Margaret
(Bartkowski) Herth and the late Carl Herth of Bloomington,
Calif. His paternal grandparents are the late Isabel (Taylor)
Swartz and Edwin Swartz of Colton, Calif.
The ceremony will take place on Sunday, May 25, in Des-
tin, aboard the yacht Solaris.
Following an extended honeymoon, the couple will reside
in California.

French-Harris engagement
Kenny and Kathy French of Geneva, Ala., announce the
engagement of their daughter Kimberly Dawn to Stephen
Shea Harris of Bonifay.
Kim is the granddaughter of J.L. and Lillie French and the
late Amos and Mamie Music, all of Bonifay. She is a 2002
graduate of Geneva High School and is employed by the
Bank of Bonifay as a personal banker.
The prospective groom is the son of Steve and Susan Har-
ris and the grandson of the late Robert and Lorene Harris
and the late Richard Holder, all of Bonifay and Clement and
Nell Holder Davis of Geneva, Ala. Shea is a 1995 graduate
of Bethlehem High School and is employed with Pope
Brother's Construction.
The wedding ceremony is planned for Saturday, May 3, at
6 p.m. at the home of Steve and Donna Boroughs in West-
No local invitations will be sent, all friends and family are
invited to attend.

Chandler Lee Majors
Chandler Lee Majors celebrated his fifth birthday with.
his little brother Tucker and friends and family. The party
had a Spiderman theme.
Chandler's parents are Shane and Tanya Majors of
Caryville. His paternal grandparents and great-grandpar-'
ents are Eddie and Candee Majors, and Gene and Ruth,
Lee, all of Caryville and Lorraine Jones of Jonesboro, Ga.
His maternal grandparents and great-grandparents are
Dwayne Skipper of Hartford, Ala., Linda Glenn of
Chipley, Bill Chandler of Hartford, and Eugene and'
Therabelle Skipper of Caryville.
He has one great-great-grandmother, Ada Curry also
of Caryville and two uncles, Adam Majors and Dilliori

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Marshall visit with Easter bunny
Morgan Kaylee Marshall, age 5, visits with the Easter
bunny. She recently enjoyed Easter dinner with her
grandmother, Ginny Marshall, of Chipley. She was joined
by her parents, Theresa Robyck and Reid Marshall of
Vernon, her brother Ryan and her Uncle Joe.
Other grandparents are Vic Marshall of Vernon, and
Marg Walsh and John Keeton, both of Panama City.
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10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes Council on Aging provides hot 7 p.m. Sloci
meals and socialization. Country Boys
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located in Chip- with parents.
ley), senior lunches, for reservations call 638-6217, dona- 50/50 giveaw
tions accepted. 8 p.m.-Alcoho
Noon-Bonifay Kiwanis Club meeting, held at Blitch's Methodist Ch
Restaurant in Bonifay.
1 p,m. Line dancing, Washington Council on Aging in
Chipley 8 p.m.-Alcohc
7 pm.-Depression and Bipolar Support Group-meets at room at Grac
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fay. Call 547-4397. als, held at SI
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at Ponce de 638-1014 or I
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11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located in Chip- Rape Crisis P
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2 p.m. Hospice of the Emerald Coast grief support nationals, hel
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Green Street, Marianna.oice, 638-0
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6 p.m.-TOPS meeting, held at Mt. Olive Baptist Church, 8 p.m.-Alcoho
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8 p.m.-Narcotics Anonymous meeting, held at Blessed
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8 pm.-Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting, held at 8 p.m.-Narco
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Watford family
The 110th annual Watford family reunion will be held 10
a.mri. Saturday, April 19, at Galilee United Methodist Church
located midway between Chipley and Graceville. It is near the
orinal homeplace of Nelson Watford, the clan patriarch.
A family roll call will open activities which will include a
program and covered-dish dinner.
In 1639, John Watford, an immigrant from England,
arrived in Colonial Virginia. Family members say his
decedants are now spread across the nation.
Watford lived from 1742 to 1845 and was buried at Big
Creek between Campbellton and Dothan,,Ala.
Joseph Watford, who lived to be 102, was a third genera-
tion American. He was born in Bertie Precinct, N.C., and
moved to Dale County, Ala., some time in the 1830s.
Family history concerning the progenitors of the clan -
Hardy Watford and Nancy Mixon and information on those
killed in the Civil War will be included in the reunion.
Names allied with the Watfords through marriage include
other large West Florida families, including the Crutchfields,
Sweatts, Whitakers, Syfretts, Balls, Barefoots, McCrarys and

Collins Reunion
The second annual Henry and Minnie Lee Casey Collins
reunion will be on Saturday, April 26 at the Black Commu-
nity Center in Black, Ala. beginning at 10 a.m.
Henry is the son of the late William Abraham Collins Sr.
and Laura Lee Kent Collins. Minnie Lee is the daughter of the
late Whitfield Casey and Missouri Williams Casey Vincent.
All relatives and friends are invited to join for a day of fel-
lowship and a chance to meet descendants of the Collins,
Casey, Vincent, Kent, Griffin, or Williams families.
For directions or further information, call 547-3276,
547-4377, or 547-2189.

LisauL Library.
on-Holmes County Library open.
on-Vernon Library open.
on-Chipley Library open.
omb VFW dance until 10 p.m. Music by the
,. Admission $5; Children 12 and under free
No smoking or alcohol. Door prizes and
ays. Refreshments available.
olics Anonymous meeting, held at Bonifay
urch, Oklahoma Street Bonifay.
olics Anonymous meeting, held in the board
eville-Campbellton Hospital in Graceville.
versational English classes for internation-
hiloh Baptist Church. Contact church office,
Karma Cook, 638-8418.
Imes County Library, Wausau Library, Ver-
-Chipley Library open.
m. Holmes Council on Aging provides
se, games, activities, hot meals and social-
hington Council on Aging (located in Chip-
iches, for reservations call 638-6217, dona-
p.m.-Salvation Army Domestic Violence and
'rogram (SADVP) will be hosting a domestic
)ort group each Monday. The meeting will
e SADVP Rural Outreach office at 1461 S.
iue, apartment one, in Chipley. Call Emma
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d at Shiloh Baptist Church. Contact churc
014 or Karma Cook, 638-8418.
r Masonic Lodge No. 144, Bonifay.
olics Anonymous meeting, held at Blessed
c Church, located on Hwy. 177A, Bonifay.
Imes County Library.
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.m. Holmes Council on Aging provides hot
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iches, for reservations call 638-6217, dona-
y Kiwanis Club meeting.
lics Anonymous open meeting, New Life
lowhship Hall, Chipley.
is County Commission meets fourth or last
|ton County Republican Party meeting held
Street in Chipley.
usau Masonic Lodge meeting.
olics Anonymous closed meeting, held at
Church in Chipley.
tics Anonymous meeting, held at Blessed
c Church in Bonifay.

Davis inducted
Morgan Davis, a freshman at
the Univeristy of Alabama, has
been inducted into the freshman
honor society, Phi Eta Sigma. To
be eligible for membership, a
student must earn at least an
overall 3.5 grade point average.
Davis was named to both the
President's List and the Dean's
List for the 2007 fall semester.
She has received an invitation,
to join Alpha Lambda Delta, an
honor society for first-year stu-
dents, at the University. She has
also been nominated for mem-
bership in the National Society
of Collegiate Scholars, an honor
society for high achieving first-
and second-year students.
Davis is a 2007 graduate of
Northside Methodist Academy.
Her parents are Glen and Anita
Davis of Dothan. She is the
granddaughter of Brenda
(Rabon) Cumbie-Adams of
Wicksburg, and the late Doyle

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The 25th annual National
Mayhaw Festival will be held
in Colquitt, Ga. on April 19
at Spring Creek Recreation
Park. Friday, April 18, there
will be a barbecue and bake
sale on the square at 10 a.m.,
and at 6 p.m. Clutch will
perform on the square.
Saturday a 5K run and
1-mile walk begin at 8:30 a.m. at
Colquitt Freewill Baptist
Church on Grow Street. The
parade, down Main Street will
begin at 10 a.m. Country music
singer Shane Owens will be fea-
tured at 11:30 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.
Venders will be selling arts,
crafts, collectibles, a variety of
food; and mayhaw jelly, "the
best jelly in the world.' Attrac-
tions include a mega slide,
rock-climb, Spider Mountain
and pony rides for children.
The musical comedy, "May-
Haw," will be Friday at
7:30 p.m. and Saturday at 2:30
and 7:30 p.m. in Cotton Hall.
For more information
call 229-758-2400 or visit

Chipola students make presentation
Chipola College math and science education students
and faculty presented an abstract at the 72nd annual
meeting of the Florida Academy of Sciences at Jack-
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the importance of groundwater issues using a bedrock
groundwater flow model, water quality testing and
inquiry based scientific fieldwork.
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accompanied by professors Dr. Santine Cuccio,
Dr. David Hilton and Allan Tidwell.

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Wednesday, April 16, 2008

%ouljam winners

What will your

tombstone say?

Jay Felsberg / Managing Editor
TOP: Skyview consists of five students from the Baptist College of Florida. BOTTOM: Emanon is from
Jackson County.

T he two bands
named winners of
the annual "Battle
of the Bands" at
the recent Souljam 2008 in
Bonifay were fast learners.
Neither has been together
more than a few months, but
both showed considerable
talent for live performance.
They also provided a strong,
contemporary message
to listeners at Memorial
Stadium in Bonifay.
First winner Emanon takes
their name from "no name"
spelled backwards. They are
from Jackson County and
the band is Matt Vickery on
bass, Phill Holland on
drums, Josh Oestrike on
rhythm guitar and Thomas
Pickles on lead guitar and
Pickles said the Jackson
County band had only been
together for about three
months at the time of the
.March concert.
"It's not about us, its about
Jesus," Pickles said.
Second winner Skyview
brought their own sign and
came from the Baptist
College of Florida. All are

students there and had only
been together for about two
weeks, a remarkably short
time to jell as a band.
Acoustic guitar player Dylan
Hoover called lead vocalist
and lead guitarist Evan
Smith "the brains" behind
the band.
"He tells us what to play
and we play," Hoover said.
"I've been writing music

Jay Felsberg / Managing Editor

for awhile," Smith said.
Other band members are
Ryan Kirk on keyboards and
backup vocals, Anthony
Brothers on drums, and
Tanner Hendley on bass.
The "Battle of the Bands"
was sponsored by The Way
88.3 FM. DJ Steve Clay was
on hand to help with the

It is sometimes interest-
ing to walk through ceme-
teries and see what has
been written about people
who have passed on. Many
have kind words from
loved ones. Others have
Bible verses, or thoughts
about what
awaits in
The curious
thing is,
where are
all the peo-
ple who
have lived
evil and
Those who
didn't even
know God
much less Let
follow his
I think it Li
is also
to think
about what will my tomb-
stone read. Will there be
kind words left there in my
memory? Will the words
really describe the person
I was? What will others
remember about me? Will
I be thought of as a godly
man or someone who set a
good example? Maybe
even more important, will
those who had known me
in my life know where I
am headed after death?
Will they be able to say,
"he did everything he
could do to make his sal-
vation sure." What will
they say, write, and
remember about you?
On a tombstone in a
cemetery the following
words were found:
"Remember friend, as
you pass by,
As you are now so once
was I;
As I am now, you soon
will be
So prepare to die and
follow me."

Someone else had writ-
ten with a black crayon
under the above words:
"To follow you I'm not'
Until I learn which way
you went."
left us an
that we
should fol-'
low in his
steps. Peter
writes in 1,
Peter 2:21-
24, "For
even here-,
unto were

ur suffered fo
hin us, leaving
us an exam
ple, that ye
Webb should fol-'
low his
steps. Who
did no sin, neither was
guile found in his mouth.
Who, when he was reviled
reviled not again; when he
suffered, he threatened
not; but committed him-
self to him that judgeth
righteously. Who his own-
self bare our sins in his
own body on the tree, that
we, being dead to sins,,
should live unto righteoudS
ness: by whose stripes ye
were healed." Paul also
recorded in 1 Corinthians
11:1, "Imitate me, just as I
also imitate Christ."
With the passing of eacd
day, we are one day closer
to death, judgment and
eternity. Are you ready to
face our Lord in judg-
"It is appointed for men
to die once, but after this,
the judgment." (Hebrews
If you are interested inF
free Bible correspondence',
please contact me using
the information below.

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

Do you tel

the truth?

This weekend I have had the
awesome opportunity to spend it
with our youth as they enjoy their
Spring break on the beach with a
time to reflect on their relation-
ship with God. The first two stud-
ies came from First John 1:8-2:11
and First John 4:7-17. Which as
we discussed them, we realized
they are nothing more than John's
reflection on the first two com-
mandments given to the children
of Israel in the Book of Exodus.
We live in a great nation, and I
believe what has made this nation
so great is that our forefathers
chose to lay the foundation for
this nation on what today many
call Christian/Judea principles that
are found in the holy word of God
in the Bible. Especially here in the
south most people, if you ask
them, will tell you they are a
Christians. Which is declaring, if
they truly understood what they
where saying, that their lives
reflects that of the life of Christ.
In other words, though people
may not be able to see Christ
today walking down the street, in
the office or even on the beach, all
a person would have to do is to
look at the person that says that
they are a Christian and they
would be able to see Christ in that
person living through them as if
He where here today.
But it seems, that so often many
of the people that say they are

Fr fhe

Tim Hall

Christians are not obedient to the
word of God. They attend church
once or twice a year, maybe once a
week. If honest, they haven't read
their Bible in who knows when, but
they have watched TV and read
the paper everyday. So their life
will not reflect that of Christ or the
Bible, but that of the media. People
often tell me they love God, yet
their language, life style and even
their politics do not reflect that
message to anyone else.
Do you realize that if you love
someone, others and the person
loved will know it, not because you
tell them, but because of your
actions, talk and respect of that

person. John tells us the same is
true about our relationship to
God. John tells us in First John
1:4-6 (NKJV) "He who says, 'I
know Him,' and does not keep his
commandments, is a liar, and the
truth is not in him. But whoever
keeps his word truly the love of
God is perfected in him. By this we
know that we are in him. He who
says he abides in him ought him-
self also to walk just as he walked."
John also writes in 1 John 4:7 9
(NKJV) "Beloved, let us love one
another, for love is of God; and
everyone who loves is born of God
and knows God. He who does not
love does not know God, for God
is love. In this the love of God was
manifested toward us, that God
has sent His only begotten Son
into the world, that we might live
through Him." In these verses
John basically challenges us to take
a good look at ourselves, our lan-
guage, our habits and our lifestyle
and ask ourselves a very simple
question. 'Are we as individuals or
even as a nation, who we claim to
be or are we liars?"
This message has been brought to
you From the Heart of Tim Hall,
Senior Pastor, Gully Springs Baptist
Church, P.O. Box 745, Bonifay,
Florida 32425. Located; 2824 High-
way 90 West, three miles west of the
light at State 79, 850-547-3920,
E-mail: Timhall2000@yahoo.com

Finely tuned guitars, precision brass instruments, and a sweet ,
harmonious sound is planned for The Baptist College of Florida
in Graceville on Tuesday, April 22, at 6 p.m. Under the
coordination and leadership of Music Professor Ron Branning,.
the College Winds combined with the Guitar Ensemble, below,
directed by Jay Erp, and Women's Ensemble, above, directed
by Buford Cox, will be performing in the R. G. Lee Chapel.
Tuesday evening favorites from the College Winds will include
Carmen Dragon's America the Beautiful, Percy Grainger's Irish
Tune from County Derry, and Napoli, featuring trumpet soloist,
BCF senior Andy Hunter. A solo performance is also in store
from the Guitar Ensemble in addition to the two familiar pieces:
The Entertainer by Scott Joplin and Appalachian Rain by Leo
Welch. For more information, contact the BCF Music Division at
(800) 328-2660 ext. 427.

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Wednesday, April 16, 2008


Homecoming at Reedy Assemby

Reedy Assembly of God will
be having homecoming services
April 20.
The Rev. Clyde Smith will be
ministering in the morning serv-
ice, followed by lunch being
served in the fellowship Hall.
There will be special singing in
the afternoon featuring The
Calvary Trio.
The congregation of Reedy
would like to extend its fellow-
ship and invite everyone to come
and enjoy the day with us.

Abigail Freewill Baptist
Church Homecoming

VERNON Abigail Freewill
Baptist Church of Vernon will
host its annual Homecoming on
Sunday, May 4.
The day will begin with Sun-
day school at 10 a.m. followed
with regular worship services led
by former pastor the Rev. Henry
I Immediately after church
there will be dinner on the
grounds with singing afterwards
featuring Neysa Wilkins.
The church is located at 2893
Dawkins Street in Vernon. All
past members and the commu-
nity are invited to attend the
celebration. For additional infor-
mation, contact the church
secretary, Sandra Cook at
(850) 535-2426.


Contributed photo

The Calvary Trio will perform at the Reedy Assembly homecoming on April 20.

Bethel Baptist in
revival April 17-20

GRACEVILLE Bethel Baptist,
Church of Graceville will be in
revival starting Thursday, April 17
through Sunday, April 20. Ser-
vices will begin at 7 p.m. each
evening and Sunday services will
be at 11 a.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 Sat-
urday nights.
Karon Mattox, director of
music at Bethel Baptist will be

Sunday school on April 20 at
10 a.m.
The topic is, "What's Cool in
Sunday School." The church is at
739 7th Street in Chipley.

leading music in the Sunday One Heart sings at
services. The church is at 1349 Otter Creek Methodist
Hwy 173. For more information,
call (850) 263-6589. PONCE DE LEON One
Heart, from Bonifay, will be
Yes Lord Deliverance singing at Otter Creek
special Sunday school Methodist Church, Saturday,
April 19, beginning at 7 p.m. The
CHIPLEY-- Yes Lord Deliver- church is four miles north of
ance COGIC will hold a special Ponce de Leon off Highway 81.


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
SLittle 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.
17S-A, eight miles north of Westville. Pastor
is T7rfy 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
Bonifay on Hwy. 79. Pastor is Ed Barley.
Bethlehem Baptist: Hwy. 177. Pastor is
Dr. Wesley Adams,
., Beulah Anna Baptist: Coursey Road a
halfkmile off Hwy. 81. Pastor is David Hidle.
-Blue Lake Baptist: Southeast corner
whery 1-10 and Highway 77 cross on the
Bonifay First Baptist: 311 N. Wauke-
shal Pastor Shelley Chandler.
Bonifay Free Will Baptist: Corner of
Kawsas Avenue and Oklahoma Street. Pas-
tor ijsTim Schneider.
Caryville Baptist: 4217 Old Bonifay
Road' Pastor Aubrey Herndon.
Chipley First Baptist: 1300 South Blvd.
Pastr is Michael Orr.
'-'Chipley First Free Will Baptist: 1387
SoBth Blvd. Pastor is the Rev Paul Smith.
Country Oaks Baptist: 574 Buckhorn
Blvdr, 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. AraraL 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 )s 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, Bonifay. 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. Pastors 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 Jehovahls Witnesses:
Hwy. 90, Bonifay.
Temples are available in Dothan and
Panama City.
Mosque available in Blountstown.
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 Methodist: 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
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 bebbie
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 is 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,

Family and Friends

S",Whileiiting at a nursing home, we met a woman who
mentioned that she had no family or close friends. We know that
Ssometimets older people do -forget certain things, and it is even
possible for them to not be able toremember those who were close
to them towe er,this situation did cause us to realize how blessed
We are to have family and close friends.
Human nature is such, that at times we may not truly appreciate
what we have until it is called to our attention, perhaps by the
passing away of a dear relative or the moving away of a good friend.
A person who has a loving family and
., 4 good friends is indeed rich and they
have been blessed by God. The Bible
i l, tells us that some friendships may not
last, but that some friends are more loyal
,! than brothers. We are all members of
God's family, and we are called together
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
friends. .
For in Christ Jesus you are all sons of
God, through faith.
R.S.V. Galatians 3:26

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Victory Tabernacle
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costal Church, 10005 E. St. Hwy.
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revival meetings each Thursday
in May.. Each service begins at
7 p.m.
Speakers include: May 1, Pas-
tor Don Shoots; May 8, Pastor
Tracy Hobbs; May 15, and Pastor
Johnny Strickland, May 22:
Pastor Don Shoots.
May 22 will have a special
communion service. Call Pastor
Jessie Hobbs at (334) 588-2838
for more information.

Lakeview UMC benefit

VERNON Lakeview United
Methodist Church will hold a
benefit yard sale on April 18-19
from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.
The church is five miles north of
Vernon on Highway 279 at Pate
Pond Road.

6B Wednesday, April 16, 2008 Washington County News


Troy University holds college day.

As part of College Day, students
from 10 Florida schools explore the
educational opportunities available
at 'Itoy University. The 10th graders
from Altha, Blountstown, Chipley,
Cottondale, Graceville, Holmes

Jazzmatazz at
Chipola College
MARIANNA Tickets for
the Chipola Show Choir's
Jazzmatazz are on sale now
in the college business office.
Three performances of
the annual song and dance
show will be presented April
18-20 in the Chipola The-
atre. The Friday and Satur-
day shows begin at 7 p.m.,
with the Sunday, April 20,
show at 2 p.m.
Tickets-$10 for adults and
$5 for 18 and under-are
available from Show Choir
members or in the lobby of
the Fine Arts Building. Pro-
ceeds from the concert will
benefit the Show Choir
Spring Tour.
Chipola students and staff
can get one free ticket in the
Fine Arts Office. For more
information, call Joan Stad-
sklev at (850) 718-2301.

Scholarship dinner
Dames Civic Club will hold
its scholarship dinner on Sat-
urday, April 19 at 6:30 p.m. in
the T.J. Roulhac Enrichment
and Activity Center in Chip-
ley. A donation of $25 per
person. Semi-formal attire.

County, Malone, Marianna, Poplar
Springs, Ponce de Leon 'and Vernon
High Schools toured the Dothan
Campus and learned about the more
than 60 degree options available.
The trip was made possible by the

Contributed photo
Tickets for the Chipola Show Choir Jazzmatazz shows
are on sale now in the college business office. Three
performances of the annual song and dance show will
be presented April 18-20 in the Chipola Theatre.

For information, call (850)

Public Library
CHIPLEY Events for
the Washington 'County
Public Library for April 13-
19, National Library Week
are: Storytime Celebrat-
ing Library Week on April
17; Storytime Celebrating
Earth/Arbor Day on April
24; Anime/ Manga will be
meeting on the April 23.

Afterschool at the
Library: Party for the Planet
at Your Library on April 22.
The celebration begins at
3 p.m. Call 638-1314 or
e-mail kidsrulewcplfl.com.
Visioning meetings
CHIPLEY -Upcoming
Washington County Vision-
ing meetings will be held in
the Washington County
annex meeting room, 1331
South Blvd., Chipley on the
following dates and times:
April 29, 9-11 a.m. and

federally-funded Educational Talent
Search Program. Troy University
offers in-state tuition rates to
Florida students who live in Bay,
Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson, Walton
and Washington Counties.

May 13, from 9-11 a.m.
All Visioning sessions are
open to the public. For more
information on these meet-
ings cal Holly Langston at
WFRPC, (850) 332-7976
ext, 225.

Artist at Chipola
MARIANNA- Tallahas-
see artist Mark J. Fletcher
will present an exhibit enti-
tled, "Essential Nature" in
the gallery of the McLendon
Fine Arts Building on the
Chipola College campus,
through May 3. The exhibit
is open weekdays from 8
a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Fletcher had already built
his own kick wheel and two
wood-fired kilns in his back-
yard by the end of high
school, but it was during his
apprenticeship with a
ceramic artist in Japan that
he developed his art through
the medium of clay.
Fletcher lived in Japan in
the 1990's where he studied
sculpture, ceramic design
and ink painting. His study
of sumi-e has inspired him
to combine his poetry with
other media. His Turtle Hill
Clay Studio in Tallahassee is
named for a small town in
Kyoto, Japan where Mark
and his wife. Sara, lived.

Short courses

coming available

Chipola College will
offer a variety of short
courses in the coming
The following Manda-
tory training for Child Care
Facility Personnel and
Family Child Care Home
are scheduled: Safety and
Nutrition, April 19, 7 a.m.
to 3 p.m.; Rules and Regu-
lations (center), April 21
and 23, 6 to 9 p.m.; Costs
range from $17 to $43
depending on length of
An Observing and
Recording Child Behavior
course will meet Mondays
and Wednesdays, May 7
through June 16, from 6 to
9:20 p.m. Cost is $191.
Chipola also offers cus-
tom workshops. The fol-
lowing are available: Eat
That Frog: Stop Procrasti-
nating and Get More
Done; Whale Done: The
Power of Positive Relation-
ships; The Pygmalion
Effect: Managing the
Power of Expectations;
Discussing Performance;
The Attitude Virus: Curing
Negativity in the Work-
place; Team Building:
What makes a Good Team
Player?; and After All,
You're the Supervisor!
For dates and course
outlines, visit www.
ed2go.com/chipola. For
information about any of
these non-credit courses,
call (850) 718-2395.

audition dates set
Scholarship audition
dates and deadlines for
music, art, theatre, show
choir and jazz band at
Chipola College for 2008-.
09 year have been

Visual Art application
and portfolio deadline is
April 18.
Show Choir auditions
are April 22. Music and
Theatre Scholarship audi-
tion dates are April 24.
Scholarships also are avail-
able for Show Choir, Jazz
Band, and Chamber
Show Choir auditions
are Tuesday, April 22, at 4
p.m. in the Arts Center
with solo vocal auditions
followed by a group dance
The Show Choir is open
to all full-time students.
Incoming freshmen and
current Chipola students
are encouraged to audi-
tion. Students should come
with: comfortable clothes
and shoes for the dance
audition; a completed
Show Choir application,
and an accompanied vocal
Students must bring
either sheet music or an
accompaniment track.
Unaccompanied auditions
are not accepted.
Scholarships in various
amounts, up to full tuition
and fees, are awarded on
the basis of talent and aca-
demic record.
Students with financial
need may seek additional
assistance through the
college's Office of Finan-
cial Aid and the Chipola
Applications for art,
music, theatre, and Show
Choir may be obtained by
phoning 718-2277 or
718-2301, or e-mail stad-
Applications are avail-
able at www.chipola.edu
by going to Departments
and clicking on "Fine and
Performing Arts."


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Odelia Scruggs
Odelia Douglas Scruggs, 85, of
Graceville died April 5 in Campell-
ton-Graceville Hospital after an
extended illness. She was born in
1922 in Clara, Miss.
Scruggs graduated from Clara
High School and Jones County
Junior College in Ellisville, Miss.
She married Edward L. Scruggs of
Bogalusa, La., in 1944. He was pas-
tor of Baptist churches in Bogalusa
and State Line, Miss., and Cit-
ronelle, Ala. In 1962, the family
moved to Graceville where Dr.
Scruggs was a professor at Baptist
Bible Institute until his retirement in
Scruggs was very active in the
First Baptist Church of Graceville
and the Chipola Baptist Association.
She was president of the Woman's
Missionary Union and led mission
studies in numerous churches
throughout the tri-state area. Dur-
ing their retirement years, the
Scruggs' served as volunteer mis-
sionaries in Puerto Rico and Zim-
babwe, Africa.
She was preceded in death by her
husband, parents, and three sisters,
all of Clara.
Survivors include a sister, Alice
Hutto of Clara; three daughters and
sons-in-law, Lethy and Bill Atkinson of
Elon, N.C., Edria and Joe Todd of
Dothan, Ala., Nelda and Keith
Williams of Zachary, La.; five grand-
children and four great-grandchildren.
Funeral was held April 8 at First
Baptist Church of Graceville with
the Revs. Fred Cook and David
Anderson presiding.
Burial was in Marvin Chapel Ceme-
tery with James & Lipford Funeral
Home of Graceville directing.
Memorial contributions may be
made to the Graceville First Baptist
Church building fund, 987 Eighth
Avenue, Graceville, FL 32440.

Hailey L. Wood
Four-month-old Hailey Lynn
Wood of Ponce de Leon died April
5. She was born Nov. 18, 2007, in
Pensacola to Nick and Sarah
Preceding her in death was a
grandfather, "Dallas Junior Miller
,and great-grandparents, James
Davis and Rosie Miller.
Surviving, in addition to her par-
ents, are her grandparents, Dinah
Miller, Donnie and Janet Wood, all
of Ponce de Leon; her great-grand-
parents, Doris Davis of Westville,
Bully Wood of Bonifay and Bernice
Boykin of Ponce de Leon; an aunt,
Pamela Smith and husband,
Duran, three uncles, Jake Hamil-
ton, Nathan Wood and Steven
Rodriguez, all of Ponce de Leon.
Services were held April 8 in the
funeral home chapel with the Rev.
Thomas Ealum officiating.
Burial was in Mt. Olive Assem-
bly of God Cemetery in Holmes
County with Sorrells Funeral
Home of Geneva directing.
Memorial contributions may be
made to Covenant Hospice, 4440
Lafayette Street, Suite C, Mari-
anna, FL 32446.

Kenneth Dansby
Kenneth Ebern Dansby, 67, of
Cottondale died April 5. He was
born May 22, 1940, in St. Petersburg
to the late Ebern and Edna Dansby.
Survivors include his wife, Bonnie
Dansby of Chipley; two sons, Lealon
Mitchell Dansby of Ormond Beach
and Frank H. Kirkland of Headland,
Ala.; three daughters, Kimberly
Freeman of Meehan, Miss.,
Michelle Periko of Deland and
Hillary Kirkland of Chipley, and
seven grandchildren.
A memorial service was held
April 10 in the funeral home's Brick-
yard Road chapel.
Memorialization was by
cremation with Brown Funeral
Home of Chipley in charge of all

Sue E. Martin
Sue Ellen Rudd Martin, 50, of'
Bonifay died April 5 in Dothan, Ala.
She was born Dec. 15, 1957, in Mar-
ianna to the later Angus E. and
Shirley (Register) Rudd.
Survivors include her husband,
Jim Martin of Bonifay; a daughter
and son-in-law; Brandy and Charles
Evans of Arcadia; son and daughter-
in-law, David Bryan and Marilyn
Summerall of Cottondale; sister,
Rachel Rudd, and friend, Dale Har-
ris, of Alford; brother, Joel Rudd
and wife, Cindi, of Chocowinity,
N.C., and four grandchildren.
Graveside services were held
April 8 at Sapp Cemetery with the
Rev. Cloys Joiner and Bro. Gerald
Vickery officiating.
Brown Funeral Home of Chipley
was in charge of directions.

Emmy Donat
Emmy Donat, 88, of Port St. Joe
died April 6 in Panama City. She
was born Dec. 11, 1919, in Germany
to Hans J. and Marie (Armbrust)
Kruse. She had lived in Port St. Joe
since moving there from Germany
in 1955.
Survivors include a daughter,
Anneliesa Bias of Germany and one
Services were held April 9 in the
funeral home chapel.
Burial was in Glenwood Ceme-
tery with Brown Funeral Home of
Chipley directing.

Drucilla Begley
Drucilla Isaacs Begley, 85, of
Westville died April 8 at Bonifay
Nursing and Rehab Center in Boni-
fay. She was born Dec. 31, 1922, in
Ida May, Ky., to the late Charles
Edward and Ressie Ross Isaacs.
She was preceded in death by her
parents, two husbands, Willard Price
and Howard Begley, a son, Harvey
Edward Price and a brother, Paul
Edwards Isaacs.
Surviving are two daughters and a
son-in-law, Patty Price of Westville,
Anella and Darryl Shouse of Boni-
fay; a son and daughter-in-law,
William and Marelene Price of Ver-
non; two brothers and sisters-in-law,
Jack and Sue Isaacs of Richmond,

Ind., Billie B. and Betty Isaacs of
Miamisburg, Ohio; two sisters,
Martha Briscoe of Glenwood, Ind.,
and Fannie Evans of Beattyville, Ky.,
and three grandchildren.
Services were held April 11 at
Evergreen Baptist Church with the
Rev. Mitchell Holsenback officiating.
Burial was in the church cemetery
in Holmes County with Peel Funeral
Home of Bonifay directing.

Mittie Worley
Mittie Reese Worley, 77, of Ver-
non died April 7 at Gulf Cost Med-
ical Center in Panama City. She was
born June 12, 1930, in Caryville to
the late Reese C. Gunn and Mittie
Norris Gunn.
Survivors include two sons; Ed
Deloyd "Dink" Martin and wife,
Karen, Coleman "Buddy" Martin
and wife, Brenda Cook, all of Ver-
non; two stepsons, Angus Brock and
wife, Joann, of Vernon, James D.
Martin and wife, Bessie, of Bonifay;
four grandchildren, and six great-
Graveside services were April 10
in new Effort Church Cemetery with
the Rev. Roy Douglas officiating.
Peel Funeral Home of Bonifay
was in charge of directions.

Paul Bledsoe
Paul N. Bledsoe of Sun City died
April 6 at Plaza West Nursing Facil-
ity in Sun City Center. He was born
Clay County, W.Va., in 1920 and had
been a resident of Florida since
1958. He lived on Third Street in
Chipley for 15 years.
He is survived by his "sweetheart"
of 67 years, Eloise Bledsoe; four
children and their spouses, Ruth and
Larry Covins of Bradenton, Rodney
and Elsie Bledsoe of Chipley, Con-
nie and Michael Lesko of
Wimauma, Cindy and John Jones of
Cape Coral, seven grandchildren
and 14 great-grandchildren.
Graveside service was held April
11 at Wachob Forest Lawn Ceme-
tery in Chipley with the Rev. Cloys
Joiner, officiating.
Donations in his memory may be
made to The Byrd Alzheimer's Cen-
ter & Research Institute, 4001 E.
Fletcher Ave., Tampa, FL 33513. The
phone number is (813) 319-4127.

Jerald L. Land
Jerald L. Land, age 72, of West-
ville, died April 8 at his home. He
was the son of the late Leo Land.
Land was a retired auto body
paint and repair technician.
He was preceded in death by his
son, William Rodney Land.
Survivors include his wife JeHazel
(Ward) Land; mother, Ruth
(Wilcox) Brown of Pensacola; two
daughters, Cyndi Skinner of West-
ville and Lisa Ann Shirley of Ponce
de Leon; a sister, Diane Jones of
Pensacola; a brother, Frank Land of
Bonifay; three grandchildren and
four great-grandchildren.
Funeral service was in the funeral
home .chapel on April 11 with the
Rev. Clyde Bowers officiating.
Arrangements were handled by

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NursiLng aiu xau ee.--ineI s aw, Maybe they aren't called
a member of Blessed Trinity ca-nines and kit-tens for noth-
Catholic Church. ink. Dogs and cats can repro-
Norris was the daughter of the duce at an amazing rate.
late Salvatore Maffei and the late Consider this: One pair of
Margarita (Seeano) Maffei. unsterilized cats, together
She was preceded in death by her with their offspring, can
son, Billy Norris. result in 420,000 kittens in
Survivors by her husband Ben- seven years. One pair of
jamin Norris; one daughter, Kath- unsterilized dogs, with their
lene Marie Long of Phoenix, Ariz.; a offspring, can result in 4,372
son, James Robert Norris of Boni- puppies, in seven years.
fay; six grandchildren and two great- Statistics also show that only
grandchildren one out of nine of these ani-
Funeral service was April 10 at mals ever finds a good home,
Blessed Trinity Catholic Church leaving the rest to suffer aban-
with Fr. Richard Dawson officiating. donment and/or euthanasia.
Interment followed in the Bonifay Each year, shelters are
Cemetery in Bonifay. trying desperately to provide
Arrangements were handled by as many animals with homes
Sims Funeral Home, Inc. of Bonifay. as possible, but unfortu-
nately there are just too
Helen McRay Bowen many animals and not
enough loving homes. Dr.
Helen McRay Bowen, 90, of Mark Stickney, a veterinar-
Bonifay died April 10 at Doctors ian at Texas A&M Univer-
Memorial Hospital. She was born sity's College of Veterinary
July 29, 1917 in Alton, Utah to the Medicine & Biomedical Sci-
late Albert and Agnes Gardner ences, says there is a solution
Russell. that will give everyone an
She is survived by her husband, opportunity to help: spay or
Harold Bowen of Bonifay; three neuter your animal.
sons, Robert Bowen and wife, Judy The term associated with
of Bonifay, Stephen Richard the removal of the uterus
Bowen of New Hope, William and ovaries of a female cat or
John Bowen and wife, Alice of dog is ovariohysterectomy,
Titusville; 10 grandchildren and commonly referred to as a
four great-grandchildren. spayy" The removal of these
Graveside services were held organs leaves the animal
April 13, the Bonifay City Ceme- totally sterile and prevents
tery with Tamara Leavins and pregnancy. Stickney recom-
n leading.mends that animals be
Joshua Bowen leading, spayed as early as possible,
Peel Funeral Home of Bonifay unless the owner is planning
directing, to breed.

Paul Burton Ward Spaying an animal pre-
vents it from having a heat
Paul Burton (RB.) Ward, 82, son cycle. "Gqtting the animal
of Warren A. (W.A.) and Callie spayed before it is six
Yates, passed away April 9, at months old will prevent the
home. He was born June 24, 1925 household cleaning that
in the Miller's Ferry community. comes along with an animal
He served in the U.S. Coast inheat. It will also keep male
Guard from 1943 to 1946, return- animals from destroying
Guard from 943 to 1946, return- your backyard in an effort to
ing to graduate from Vernon High. your backyard in an effort to
mate with the female in
Later, he worked at Bear Paw heat," explains Stickney.
Ranch in Jackson Hole, WY, Neutering is the wdrd
where he met Jeanne McDonald. commonly associated with
They were married in 1950. He the removal of the testicles
graduated from the U of U in 1952 in male animals. Stickney
and retired from 'Travelers Insur- recommends that males be
ance in 1985. neutered before six months
He never got over his love for of age to prevent them from
Florida. He returned to his boy- impregnating neighborhood
hood home most winters after his females. This also lowers the
retirement. likelihood that the animal
Paul is survived by his wife, will dig holes around fences
Jeanne; daughter Barbara and in order to escape or try to
husband, Greg Snow and sons leave the yard area at all.
Robert P. Ward and John W. (Jan): Animals are wonderful
Ward; 10 grandchildren and many" additions to a family, but can
great-grandchildren. ,be a burden if one turns into
Funeral services were held Aprilf seven.
14 at Larkin Mortuary. Interment' ,- Pet Talk is a service of the
followed at the Spanish Fork City College of Veterinary Medi-
Cemetery. 1 cine & Biomedical Sciences,
Online condolences and Texas A&M University. Sto-
memories may be shared with the ries can be viewed at
family at the guestbook. http://tamunews.tamu.edu/.

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Bidder's name, address N RE: The Estate of: AGAINST THE HEREIN
plicable. Deceased. Florida Bar No.; 775630 DEFENDANT(S) WHO ARE
K "is 1127 North Palafox Street NOT KNOWN TO BE
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: CASE NO: 67-08-CP-35 Pensacola, Florida 32501 DEAD OR ALIVE,
1100- Lega Advertiing . -- OF VERNON: VERNON (850) 435-8882 Facsimile KNOWN PARTIES MAY
1120 Public Notices/ PROVEMENTS project resentative SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVI-
Announcements consists of demolishing a The administration of the SEES, GRANTEES, OR
1130 Adoptions building, removing pipes estate of JOSEPH EARL SHIRLEY D. HALL OTHER CLAIMANTS; are
1140- Happy Ads and storm structures, con- HALL, Deceased, File 101 Grand Oaks Drive the Defendants, I will sell
1150 Personals structing 470 LF of 36" Number: 67-08-CP,35, is Dothan, AL 36303 to the highest and best
1160- Lost RCP pipe and storm struc- pending in the Circuit Personal Representative bidder for cash at FRONT
1170 Found tures, 5430 CY pond ex- Court for Washington As published in the Wash- STEPS OF THE WASH-
f cavation, seeding, con- County, Florida, Probate ington County News April INGTON COUNTY
crete and asphalt re- Division, the address of 9,16,2008. COURTHOUSE at
1100 o placement. which is: 1293 Jackson Av- 11:OOAM, on the 24 day of
Copies of the Contract enue, Suite 100, Chipley, April, 2008, the following
ADVERTISEMENT FOR Documents are on file at Florida 32428. The names IN THE CIRCUIT COURT described property as set
BIDS the offices of and addresses of the pec- OF THE FOURTEENTH forth in said Final Judg-
SEALED BIDS for the City Baskerville-Donovan, Inc. sonal representative and JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ment:
SEALED BIDS for the City located at 430 W. 5th the personal AND FOR WASHINGTON
of Vernon, CITY OF VER- Street, Suite 300, Panama representative's attorney COUNTY, FLORIDA COMMENCE AT THE
NON: VERNON CITY HALL City, FL 32401. They may are set forth below. CIVIL ACTION SOUTHWEST CORNER
DRAINAGE IMPROVE- be examined at'the above All creditors of the dece- OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4
MENTS, will be received address or copies will be dent and other persons TAYLOR, BEAN AND OF THE SOUTHEAST 1/4
by the City of Vernon, provided to the Bidder at a having claims or demands WHITAKER MORTGAGE OF SECTION 30, TOWN-
2808 Yellow Jacket Drive, fee of One Hundred Dol- against decedent's estate, CORPORATION, SHIP 4 NORTH, RANGE
Vernon, Florida 32462, lars ($200.00) per set. including unmatured, con- Plaintiff, 15 WEST, WASHINGTON
until 2:00 PM, Central Time This payment is tingent, or unliquidated COUNTY, FLORIDA, RUN
on May 9th,2008. Bids will non-refundable. Partial claims, on whom a copy of vs. NORTH 730.50 FEET;
be publicly opened and sets will NOT be issued, this notice is served must THENCE RUN S 89 DE-
read aloud at City Hall on The Vernon City Council file their claims with this JAMES B. HYDE, et al, GREES 02 MINUTES 47
May 9th,2008 at 2:05 PM, reserves the right to ac- Court WITHIN THE LATER Defendant(s). SECONDS EAST 167.20
Central Time. A manda- cept or reject any and all OF 3 MONTHS AFTER FEET TO THE EASTERLY
tory Pre-Bid meeting will bids in whole or in part, to THE DATE OF THE FIRST CASE NO. 67-07-CA-361 RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF A
be held on April 25th, 2008 waive informalities in the PUBLICATION OF THIS DIVISION 30 FOOT DIRT ROAD AND
at 2:00 pm, Central Time, bidding or bidding docu- NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF- THE POINT OF BEGINN-
at City Hall, 2808 Yellow ments, to obtain new bids, TER THE DATE OF SERV- NOTICE OF FORECLO- ING, CONTINUE S 89 DE-
Jacket Drive, Vernon, Flor- or to postponee bid ICE OF A COPY OF THIS SURE SALE GREES 02 MINUTES 47
ida 32462. If a represent- opening. Each bid shall NOTICE ON THEM. EAST ALONG THE
ative of the CONTRACTOR be valid to the City of Ver- All other creditors of the NOTICE IS HEREBY NORTH LINE 387.75 FEET
does not attend this meet- non for a-pierio5I of Sixty decedent and other per- GIVEN pursuant to a Final ; THENCE DEPARTING
ing, the CITY will not ac- (60) day@s after the bid sons having claims or de- Judgment of Mortgage SAID NORTH LINE RUN
cept the CONTRACTOR'S opening. The date to mands against decedent's Foreclosure dated March SOUTH 25 DEGREES 13
bid. begin the project is subject estate, including unma- 03, 2008 and entered in MINUTES 38 SECONDS
to approval of state envi- tured, contingent, or unliq- Case No. 67-07-CA-361 of WEST 310.15 FEET;
Bids shall be submitted in ronmental permits. uidated claims, must file the Circuit Court of the THENCE NORTH 69 DE-
a sealed envelope ad- Vernon is an Equal Oppor- their claims with this Court FOURTEENTH Judicial GREES 57 MINUTES 07
dressed to the CITY OF tunity Employer. WITHIN 3 MONTHS AF- Circuit in and for WASH- SECONDS WEST 354.92
Each sealed envelope con- ington County News April FIRST PUBLICATION OF wherein TAYLOR, BEAN E A S T E R L Y
the City of Vernon, CITY FILED WILL BE FOREVER the Plaintiff and JAMES B. THENCE NORTH 25 DE-
PROVEMENTS project, TON COUNTY, FLORIDA tion of this Notice is April TIES CLAIMING BY, SAID DIRT ROAD 182.79
bear on the outside the

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NOTICE is hereby given
that pursuant to a Sum-
mary Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated the 1st
day of April, 2008, in Case
Number 67-08-CA-036, of
the Circuit Court of the
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit,
in and for Washington
County, Florida, wherein
tiff, and JUMLONG
FROMM, is the Defendant,
I will sell to the highest and
best bidder at the front
door of the Washington
County Courthouse, Chip-
ley, Florida, at 11:00 A.M.,
on the 1st day of May,

Chipley High School announces the A and A/B Honor
Rolls for the third nine weeks of the 2007/08 school year.
A Honor Roll
Ninth Grade: Brittney Dilmore, Micaela Goines, Erin
Solger, Emily Stewart, Megan Wilder, Rochelle Wiser,
Hannah Young. Tenth Grade: Katyn Christmas, Louis
Crawley, Chelsea Dalton, Katie Davis, Allyson Gainer,
Tanner Gilbert, Sara Gore, Adriane Guettler, Holley Hin-
son, Nicole Lankist, Olivis Lassitter, Alyssa Munns,
Michael Odom, Jessica O'Keefe, Alexis O'Neal, Meghan
Salter, Hillary Saunders, Geary Shenck, Kaylea Todd, Pre-
ston Wilson. Eleventh Grade: Mary Beth Alderman,
Stephanie Calix, Justin Chambers, Dalton Haslow, Char-
ity Newsom, Caitlyn Prichard, Miranda Shaw, Cody
Sikora, Leighanna Steiger, Ashley Stephens. Twelfth
Grade: Lacey Aukema, Kevin Brown, Lena Camp, Allison
Ellis, Ashley Jones, Jessica Jones, Vanessa Kern, Alan
Moss, Tiffany Newsome, Christopher Peyton, Secret
Rhynes, Shavonne Robinson, Kayla Stewart, Kristen
A/B Honor Roll
Ninth Grade: Anna Acuff, Salem Acuff, Basia Alder-
man, Ashley Ayers, Shelby Bowen, Brittany Brooks,
Michaela Bruner, Rebecca Day, Casey Gainey, Jordan
Cook, Somer Gustason, Carly Hartzog, Lathan Harwell,
Kaitlyn Jefferies, Brittany Jernigan, Dylan King, Christo-
pher Livingston-Potter, Mary Marco, Kyle .McCary,
Anagabriela Medina, Colby Obert, Joanna Peters,
Charlette Reynolds, Deyanira Rodriguez, Jared Sloan,
Ryan Smith, Haley Smothers, Travis Spears, John Teal,
Gregory Veit, Rachel Walls, Caleb Watkins. Tenth Grade:
Kattarina Albasini, David Arriola, Benjamin Baker, John
Baxter, Maxie Boles, Jordan Cook, Maygan Corbin,
Megan Crutchfield, Randall Davis, Philip Demonbreun,
Alberto Dominguez, Chase Hambright, Colby Hartzog,
Jordan Holland, Lilla Holland, Angelea James, John
Laney, Michelle Mastison, Halley Mathis, Glen Mayo,
Matthew Moody, Jackie Morris, James Mynard, Mary
Nicholson, Casey Norris, Carlee Owens, Casey Parker,
Colton Pate, Christian Pleas, Bruyon Reed, Kiley Rehbeg,
Kyle Richards, Tasha Richter, Le'Thera Robinson, Brittany
Roche, Justin Ross, Luke Rowell, Lyndsi Salter, Kayla
S Shores, Lana Skipper, James Squires, Leigh Stone, Vic-
toria Syfrett, Jennifer Thompson, Amber Vranich, Brianna
Webb, Karsten Whitson. Eleventh Grade: Sarah Bethea,
ISON Alyssa Bone, Celie Brown, Justin Burnham, Jessica
* FL Camp, Nathan Chauhan, Amanda Cook, Skylar Davis,
an in- Ricky Dodd, Aja Finklea, Kristen Garney, Jeremy Golden,
from Sherina Gonzalez, Jennifer Guettler, Ashleigh Harmon,
r than
as of Vanessa Hatcher, Chelsea Hill, Justin Johnson, Alisha
Pend- Killings, Sharon Kowitz, Amanda Larue, Bhagyashri-
)ithe Patel, Randel Patterson, Kaitlin Porter, Alexandra'
Rodriguez, Kassi Shackelford, Tiffany Stoe, Matthew
and Strickland, Joseph Taylor, John Tomkiewicz, Emily Wood--
irt on ham. Twelfth Grade: Laci Abbott, Rushi Bhakta, Rachel,
Bowen, Lacey Brown, Shantrell Brojvn, Donna Bryant,,
court Lance Bush, Tiffany Davidson, Lance Davis-Simmons,-
Rene Diaz, Jeffery-James Flickinger, Brittany Gainey,-
Wash- Melanie Gruner, Hannah Guettler, Kayla Hinton, Zachary
April Jadofsky, Zachary Jones, Brenna Kneiss, Cassie Kneiss,
Shawn Land, Amber Lunsford, Eli Malloy, Donna New-
OURT man, Breanna O'Neal, Aven Pitts, Ericka Provost, Robin
ENTH Quintero, Ryan Robertson, Zachary Schaubhut, Ethan
HING- Solger, Katherine Stone, Tashi Watford, Diana Weeks,
IDA Sean Winn-Baguzis, Lori Yon.



Vernon Elementary School announces the A and A/B
honor rolls for the third nine weeks of the 2007/08 school
A Honor Roll
Second Grade: Alexys Holley, Sarah Lustig, Joshua
Lunsford, Canaan Hall, Faith Harmon, Sierra' Lambert,
Jamar Massaline, Addison Ray, Dalton Webb, Dana Dou-
glas, Matthew Green, Eliyah Massey, Vivek Thind, Kayleb
Shaw, Shelby Redmon, Joseph Kuechler, Payton Poppell,
Joshua Bruner, Destiny McDonald, Samantha Sweeney.
Third Grade: David Hauck, Katia Roche, Bryce Sasser,
Madison Hawes, Johnathan Drake, Lauren Walker, Zachary
Kortering, Brendan Sanders, Jade Curtis, Tiffiny Allen,
Danielle Brady, Roy Foreman, Ceirra Gandy, Olivia Cotton,
Jazlyn George, James Lee, Jake Zauner, John Morris,
Racheal Wetherbee, Tyler Dove. Fourth Grade: Billy Bradley,
McKenzie Faison, Kristin Lucas, Caitlin Hogue, Jessica
Smelcer, Angella Jade Coatney-Anderson, John English,
Alyssa Padgett, Crystal Kolmetz, Ryan Malloy, Aislyn Jus-
tice, Avery Hodges, Brighton Basinger.
A/B Honor Roll
Second Grade: Gabby Farrar, Christian Williamson,
Faith Barcena, Tanner Carter, Jordan Batton, Maia Har-
mon, Allan Hogans, Cierra Mayo, Hannah Terry, Jillian
Hales, Clint Vaughn, Autumn Hosalla, Crystal Coatney,
Dycarrius Davis, Joshua Duke, Neal Mayo, Cheyenne
Gass, Makayla Wells, Sierra Williamson, Ricky Maqueira,
Ryan Gordan, Jakob Jackson, Chase Corbin, Courtney
Reese, Nolan Burch, Trey Teeling, Makayli Edwards, Jas-
mine Peterson, Jillian Hurst, Jasmine Kolmetz, Riley Spit-
tier, Halea Cushman, Lilly Brock, Mathew Isenhoff, Kaylee
Scott, Mahgell Davis, David Church, Kara Grippo, Garret
Hewett. Third Grade: Marquez Brown, Austin Hallmark
Courtney Hendrix, Aaron Phillips,' Myah Rosa, Faithfu,
Williams, Derik Billings, Rusty Maddux, Rickia Davis
Joseph Curtis, Andy Smith, Braiden Menhennett, Zaniyal
Fisher, Cheyenne Hurst, Jessica Joyce, Kaitlyn Kolmetz,
Clayton Lewis, Chase Proctor, Ethan Register, James
Spence, Ashtain Davis, JaLisa Bellamy, Zaquecia Dou-
glas, Kyle Beeman, Erica Cureton, Nicholas Harris, Shi-
ane Joyner, Charles Lott, Joshua McLendon, Patrick Pop-
pell, Margarette Velliquette, Caleb Donaldson, Tyreise
LeBlanc, Hanna Collier, Justyn Oge, Sevannah Buntin,
Madison Mike, Paige Barfield, Christa Lee, Jacob Fisher,
Stetson Maddux, Christopher Keys, Ashton Hall, Erica
Wood, Vivek Patel, Nathan Pope. Fourth Grade: Daniel
Evans, Liklieah Massaline, Heath Webb, Maegen Zauner,
Cassidy Smith, Iva Rogers, Gregory Keister, Gregory
Andrews, Cody Strickland, Nathanael Pitts, Jayde Coat-
ney, Colby Thompson, Avery Moon, Andrew Hess, Han-.
nah Jenkins, Ethan Johns, Ashley Gerard, Allannah Pate,
Hunter Brock, Lisa Waldron, Matthew Spittler Malcolm.
McCray, Breanna Walker, Seth Batton, Tony Hagan,.
Shelby Daniel.


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2008, the following de- DATED this 1 day of April, FICE OF THE CLERK OF
scribed real property, as 2008. CIRCUIT COURT, WASH-
set forth in the Summary LINDA HAYES COOK INGTON COUNTY, FLOR-
Final Judgment of Foreclo- Clerk of the Court, Wash- IDA.
sure, to-wit: ington County
By: K. McDaniel A/K/A 825 5TH STREET,
Parcel 1: As Deputy Clerk CHIPLEY FL 32428
South 4 acres of East 2 of As published in the Wash-
Northeast 1/4 of Northwest ington County News April Any person claiming an in-
1/4 and North 3 acres of 9,16, 2008. terest in the surplus from
Northeast 1/4 of Southeast the sale, if any, other than
1/4 of Northwest 1/4 of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT the property owner as of
Section 9, Township 2 OF THE FOURTEENTH the date of the Lis Pend-
North, Range 15 West, ly- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND ens must file a claim within
ing in Washington County, FOR WASHINGTON sixty (60) days after the
Florida; COUNTY FLORIDA sale.
67-2007-CA-331 the seal of this Court on
Parcel 2: DIVISION April. 8, 2008.
Commence at the intersec-
tion of the North line of GMAC MORTGAGE, LLC, Linda H. Cook
Section 9, Township 2 Plaintiff, Clerk of the Circuit Court
North, Range 15 West, and vs By: K. McDaniel
the West Right of Way line WILLIAM J. SABATA A/K/A Deputy Clerk
of SR S-277, thence South WILLIAM SABATA, et al As published in the Wash-
along said West Right of Defendant(s) 'ington County News April
Way Line 931.66 feet to 16, 23, 32008.
along said West Right of SALE CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
way line 126.58 feet, OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
West 643.54 feet, thence GIVEN pursuant to an Or-
North 0048'07" East, der Rescheduling Foreclo- PEOPLES FIRST COMMU-
126.58 feet, thence South sure Sale dated April 07, NITY BANK,
8914'39" East 642.34 feet 2008 and entered in Case Plaintiff,
to the Point of Beginning. No. 67-2007-CA-331 of the
Said property being in the Circuit Court of the FOUR- vs
Northwest 1/4 of Section TEENTH Judicial Circuit in
9, Township 2 North, and for WASHINGTON FLASHLIGHT ENDEAV-
Range 15 West, Wash- County, Florida wherein ORS LTD., CO., THOMAS
is the Plaintiff and WILLIAM SUE BRUCKNER, FLOR-
EQUAL TO 5 PERCENT I will sell to the highest and NESS ADMINISTRATION,
PAYMENT THE SUM RE- 11:00AM, on the 7. day of CASE NO. 67-08-CA-013
MAINING DUE AND OW- May, 2008 the following
ING AFTER APPUCATION described property as set NOTICE OF SALE
OF THE DEPOSIT SHALL forth in said Final Judg-
BE PAID TO THE CLERK ment: NOTICE is hereby given
LATER THAN TEN (10) ALL THAT PART OF LOTS pursuant to a Final Judg-
DAYS FROM THE DATE 11 AND 16, LYING NORTH en o 2008 enereain
OF SALE. OFRTTE DTHCH A Aprile1, 2008, entered in
CORDING TO THE PLAT 67-08-CA-013 of the Circuit
DER, OR BIDDERS, AT COMPANY'S ADDITION dicial Circuit in and for
THE SALE WILL BE RE- TO THE TOWN OF CHIP- Washington County, Flor-


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AMERICA by and through
its agency THE UNITED
the Defendants, I will sell
to the highest bidder for
cash at the Washington
County Courthouse, 1293
Jackson Avenue, Suite
One, Chipley, Florida,
Washington County, at
11:00 a.m. Central Time,
on the 30 day of April,
2008 the following de-
scribed property situated
in Washington County,
Florida and set forth in the
Order or Final Judgement,
Commence at the North-
east Corner of the South-
west quarter of Section 9,
Township 4 North, Range
13 West, Washington
County, Florida; thence
South 000 52' 21" West
along East line of said
Southwest quarter, 331.48
feet to the POINT OF BE-
GINNING; thence continue
South 00 52' 21" West,
along said East line,
165.92 feet; thence North
87' 51' 04" West 479.70
feet to the intersection with
the Easterly right of way
line of State Road No. 77;
thence North 40 02' 25"
East, along said right of
way line, 210.16 feet;
thence South 87' 51' 23"
East, 346.94 feet to the
and containing 1.574 ac-
res, more or less.
If you are a person with a
disability who needs ac-
commodation in order to
participate in this proceed-
ing, you are entitled, at no
cost to you, the provision
of certain assistance.
Please contact Court Ad-
ministration at 1293 Jack-
son Avenue, Suite One,
Chipley, FL 32428, Tele-
phone 908-638-6285 within
two (2) working days of
your receipt of this docu-
ment. If you are hearing or
voice impaired, call
Any person claiming an in-
terest in the surplus from
the sale, if any, other than

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the property owner as of Home having the following range from public educa- water will have until April 24,
the date of this lis pendens identification information: tion and communication # 03J 2008 to pay in full. No
must file a claim within 60 outreach, to research and Activity WATER Checks will be accepted.
days after the sale. Make: Title #1-Title Num- studies, to "brick and mor- TANK/WELL TREATMENT 1. Tim Williams Ebro
WITNESS my hand and ber 82556405 tar" construction all in an PLANT 2. unknown
the official seal of this Hon- Serial/Identification No. effort to make our commu- CDBG Cost $475,000.00 3. Linda Nicholoson Chip-
orable Court, on this 1 day OW68348A nity better prepared and Unmet Need ley
of April, 2008. Title #2: Title Num- safer against disasters. This activity involves per- 4. Abranda Ward Cot-
LINDA COOK ber-82556493 The LMS would like to ex- forming modifications to tondale
Clerk of the Circuit Court, Serial/Identification No. tend an invitation to all in- Water Well #2 to bring it 5. Joseph Jenkins
Washington County. OW68348B terested parties to attend into compliance with cur- Cottondale
By: K McDaniel and participate in the activ- rent DEP requirements. 6. Clauden Henry Chipley
Deputy Clerk Dated this 25 day of ities of the group. # 03J The sale is scheduled for
As published in the Wash- March, 2008. The organization has been Activity WATER the following locations on
ingtonCounty News April LINDA HAYES COOK in place since 1998, and is TANK/WELL TREATMENT Saturday, April 26, 2008
9, 16, 2008 (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit moving forward with a re- PLANT DeFuniak Springs 10:00
Court. newed vigor to help guide CDBG Cost $25,000.000 AM
IN THE CIRCUIT FOUR- By K. McDaniel our community in mitigat- Bonifay 1:00 PM
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIR Deputy Clerk ing against disaster, to en- Although a portion of the Chipley 2:00 PM
CUlT OF'THE STATE OF hance our quality of life, activities in this project are We reserve the right to
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR Elizabeth B. Glasgow meet common needs, and located in the 100-year cancel sale without notice.
WASHINGTON COUNTY (FBN:0470783) promote a safe and floodplain, the improve- As published in the Wash-
Farmer, Price, Hornsby & healthy community. Fur- ments cannot be under- ington County News April
CASE NO. 67-07-CA-448 Weatherford, LLP ther, updates to the plan taken in any other location 9,16, 2008.
RO. Drawer 2228 will be required in the due to the scope of the
STERLING TRUST COM- Dothan, Alabama 36302 upcoming year and your project. There is, therefore REQUEST FOR PRO-
PANY, CUSTODIAN FBO 334-793-2421 opinion and input is critical no practicable alternative. POSAL
EDWARD M. PRICE, JR., in the ongoing efforts. The proposed improve-
SEP, IN ACCORDANCE WITHFor more information, ments conform to appli- Tri-County Community
Plaintiff THE AMERICAN WITH please contact the Plann- cable floodplain protection Council, Inc., is soliciting
DISABILITIES ACT, per- ing Department at standards. The proposed proposals under this Re-
sons with disabilities need- 415-5093 or the West Flor- action will not affect natu- quest for Proposal for a
vs ing a special accommoda- ida Regional Planning ral or beneficial floodplain GPS Tracking System for
TIMOTHY MARTIN LEE tion should contact Council at 1-800-226-8914. values, and residents of the Transportation Fleet.
AND LORRAINE ELEANOR COURT ADMINISTRA- As published in the Wash- the community will benefit
KISTEL, TION, at the Washington ingtion County News April from the project. Please send proposals to:
Defendants County Courthouse at 9,16,2008. Additional agencies in- Tri-County Community
9 0 4 7 6 3 9 0 6 1 volved in this project in- Council, Inc.
AMENDED NOTICE OF 1-800-956-8771 (TDD) or Legal Notice Pclude the Florida Depart- ATTN: Janice Richards
FORECLOSURE SALE 1-800-955-8770, via Florida ment of Community Affairs P.O. Box 1210
Relay Service. NOTICE OF EXPLANA- and the U.S. Department Bonifay, FL 32425
NOTICE IS HEREBY As published in the Wash- TION TO PUBLIC OF of Housing and Urban De- (850) 547-3689
GIVEN pursuant toa Sum- ington County News April FLOOD PLAINS AND velopment.
mary Final Judgmentuof 9, 16,2008. WETLANDS Comments on the pro- All proposals submitted
Foreclosure datedmFebru- posed project will be ac- shall be received no later
ary 6th,2008, enteredin Legal Ad DATE April 16, 2008 cepted until April 24, 2008. than Monday, April 28,
Civil Case No. The Washington County RECIPIENT: Town of Please send your com- 2008; 4:00 p.m., and must
67-07-CA-448 of the Circuit Local Mitigation Strategy Caryville ments to: Jewette meet all requirements as
67-07-CAourt48 of the Fourteenth Ju-t (LMS) Committee is ADDRESS: P Box 206 Tadlock, Town Clerk, requested as follows:
dicial Circuit in and for scheduled to meet on Caryville, Florida Town of Caryville, 4436
Washington County, Chip- Thursday, April 17, 2008 at 32427-0206 Old Spanish Trail, GPS/Tracking System
ley, Florida. I will sell to the 9 a.m. in the Emergency CONTACT Jewette Caryville, Florida 32427 must be interoperable with
highest and best bidder for Operations Center meeting Tadlock Town Clerk A more detailed descrip- current radio/cell service
cash at THE FRONTat the room, located at 1331 tion of the project and the provider.
WASHINGTON COUNTY South Boulevard in The Town of Caryville, FIA flood maps are availa- GPS/Tracking System
COURTHOUSE located at Chipley. Florida intends to under- ble for citizen review at must utilize with both fixed
1293 JACKSON AVENUE, The LMS is a local steering take the following project Town Hall. modem and handheld
BUILDING 100 IN CHIP: committee that is made up to be funded by a Florida Jack Palmer, Environmen- sources.
mY FLORIDAh at 11 d I of A rres sentsWativ nwo Sal Cities eCommunity tl Certifying Official, Must work in specific
am. on the 21 day of April residents of Washington Development Block Grant Mayor of Town of Caryville areas of Holmes, Walton,
2008, the following de- County and are in private in the Neighborhood Revi- As published in the Wash- Washington, and Bay
scribed property as set sses,or represent talization Category: ington County News April Counties.
forth in said Summary Fl- neighborhood, civic, and 16,2008. Network System must
nal Judgement, to-wit; other private organiza- ACTIVITIES: Public Auction have emergency back-up
tions, non-profit or-.atkeiloatonsinth
Lnion-o niti Service Area #1 Caryville Tharp & Sons Mini Storage at key locations in the
Lot A-120, Leisure Lakes, a ganizations, community in- Water System Service in Chipley, Florida will hold event of disasters (such as
subdivision as per map of dividuals, and government Area either a private or public storms, etc.)
plat thereof recorded in agencies. the goals and This activity involves the sale on these units for The Council reserves the
Plat Book 3, Page 167 of efforts of the group are to instruction of a new PO- non-paymentof rent,inac-
the Public Records of implement mitigation activ- table water well and the cordance with Florida right to reject any and all
Washington County, Flor- itiesto betterprotectour abandonment of water well Statue Law "Self-Storage proposals.
ida. TOGETHER WITH a community against disnas #3, currently the town's Storage Facility" Act As publsh n the Wash-
60'. 1999 Manufactured in the future. The activities main source of potable 83.801-83.809". Tenants ingon County News Apl2008.
16, 2008.

M 10B Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser Wednesday, April 16, 2008

L 2100oo 2130o 3230 3230 3300 4100 4100
-LjWeE33i'0 Multi-Family yard sale, I Angela M. Miller, will not Help Wanted, All position.
GetCOLOR SELL hocola te Lab puppies Ad Yard Saturday, April 19th, 8a.m. be responsible for any bills Healthcare Apply at Townhouse Res-
Get Your Classified Ad for sale AKC registered, Gulf Coast Sal; Saturday, April 19th until. 3 miles north on made by any other person, taurant. Ask for Joe.
CO R vet checked, up o date Ch ity* d 8il s nort Hwy 177. Followsigns. than myself as of April 11,Help needed for loal
COLOR1t shots, $250. Call C har Loef LP or ls 2008D. Help needed ol oca
Call no details (850)638-334 3 or0 Celebration MERCHANDISE of Westville (from Hwy. Yard-Sale Fri & Sat, 1134 Doctors office. LPN or
and be noticed (850)258-8480. Celebration90), 5 miles south of Hwy. lola Dr on Orange Hill Hwy CNA, Receptionist and
I 638-0212 3100 Antiques 2 (from New Hope) on around Kay's Corner. 7am- l Nurse Practitioner. Send
I or Horse Show 3110 Appliances Hwy. 179-A until. Men's, women and resume to Family Care As- Logistics/Transportation
547-9414 3120 -Arts & Crafts children's clothing of all 3320 sociates at 925 Carlisle
- .. ------ Mixed Puppies Born on & Musical 3130 Auctions sizes, what-knots, tool box Leola Brock Nurseries Road, Chipley, FL, 32428 Driver
Valentines Day. Yellow Lab Festival 3140 Baby Items Big Yard Sale Saturday, for truck and much more. LLC Plants, trees and or call 850-638-9399. Needed for tour bus. Busi-
S & Mini Chow mixed. Free 3150 Building Supplies April 19th, 8am-until. Hwy EVERYTHING MUST GOI shrubs. Landscape design, ness located in Washing-
-"I1 to good home. 3160 Business 77 in Wausau, one block landscape contracting, irri ton County. Experience
85 04o5 030Frank Brown Park Equipment from Happy Store. Bird- ln gatlon systems. 1708 only, 2 years or more.
S850-415-1030. __________ Anril 23 3170 Collectibles houses, Home Interiors
April 23-26 13180 Computers H ter White Road, Bonifay, FL Secretary needed for of- Contact 773-3900.
3190- Electronics Avon and queen mattress 32425 (Washington fice work in Bonifay. Call WeblD#33986229
._ .3 33200 Firewood set. To many items to list. 3232425 (WashingtonBonfayebl#33986229
3210- Free Pass it On Great prices. For Sale- Model 1873 County) (850)638-1202; 850-547-4771.
3220 Furniture Springfield Trap 45-70 call- 326-150 General -
PETS & ANIMALs 21Horses For Sale 3230 Garage/Yard Sales ber Rifle. Apprised value I I
210 Pots Registered Appaloosa 3240 Guns Big-Big YardSale April 12, $6000. Make offer. Also - - I The City of Chipley is I
2110 Pets: Free to Mare w/filly for $400, OBO. 3250 Good Things to Eat & 19th. Tiera/glass, have handmade hunting Drivers I accepting applications
G ood Home Teen Challenge has free Other horse availabe for 3260 Health & Fitness kitchen items, misc items, knives (reasonable). / I for a Water Crewman
2120 Pet Suppli horses for families with $400 Makeoffer3270- Jewelry/Clothing 4289 Holmes Valley 850-638-8722. I Family Associate I I -Minimum Require-I
up2130 Fam Animals/ children. Call (850) 258-4428 3280 Machinery/ Rd-Vernon. If need direc- Washington/Holmes Co. I ments: Limited knowil-
p2140i-PtsEvesuock 850-547-9011 (80)2 442 Equipment tions call 850-535-6256. Duties include: Trans- edge of materials, meth-
140 Pts/Livestock 3290 Medical Equipmet Weather permitting, porting ch ildren who ods, practices and
Wanted 3300W- Miscellaneous
3310 Musical nstrments 3300 have been removed I equipment used in I
3310 Musical Instmensfrom the home due to, I water facilities mainte-I
3320- Plants & Shrubs/ Church Yard Sale. Fri-Sat 16 ft. Tandem Equip EMPLOYMENT fro r the home due to water facilities mainte-i
SSupplies 18th & 19th--8am to 4pm. Trailer, rear ramp, $975; neglect or abu ;p- nce and repair activi-
f ,( 3330 Restauran Goos Refrigerator, furniture, yard swings cypress and 4100 Help Wantedvdngsafe d ties. Education and Ex-
k3340 Sporting & nho oi er irture yard swig chyess an 4130 Employment ive super son ofspchil- I parlance:High school
"I 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell) clothes, household items red cedar w/chains, $100 Information dren during transport- I diploma or possession
atcLakeview UMC, the each. 850-638-1991 lag; assisting families l of an acceptable equi-I
church is north of Veron on hwy Bass Player needs work. I applyngforappropriate valency diploma. Two
3100 279 at Pate Pond. Country, Southern Rock, A 410E benefits, working, teach- I (2) years of experience I
S Wanted To Buy antiques, -General ents with basic skills re- and the use of hand and
: cibes, gold I Yasal te Blues, Jazz. 850-535-0283 a cli- In heavy manual labor,
collectibles, gold, silver, Indoor Yard Sale, Sat Catfish I lated to childcare, I I light power tools pref-
Sdinnerware, collections, 4/19. Wausau Pentecostal Avon Representa- I homemaking, personal I erably in distribution I
paintings, call Al Schmidt Church. 1 block Rt at cau- You catch catfish, $1.50 ves need d Boia, hygiene, health and pa- systems. Must possess |
850-638-7304 tion light. Many misc pound. Gilbert Catfish tives needed Bonifay, hygI renting. Must have relit a-1 Class "B" CDL.possess
items. Pond, located @ 2854 Chipley, Graceville, I ble personal transporta- I
____________ __3_______________ Highview Circle, Chipley, Wausau, Vernon, tion. Requires some|I Job descriptions arel
Larg Florida. Phone: Caryville, Ponce de evening hours, High available upon request
J&J Cabinet Shop. For all Sod Sod Sod Quality you 3220arge YardSale Fri., 850-638-8633. Leon. Ask about School Diploma or on all positions, City
C&C Bookkeeping and your kitchen cabinets and can depend on. Irrigated, B&B Furniture 1342 North 1452 Brickyard Rd. EZ-GO Golf Cart, all solid mini-kit. 850-547-1640. I GED, and two years I participates in the Flor-
Tax Service. Open 5 days house repair needs. Call weed & pest controlled. RR Avenue, Chipley. We 8:00AM, rain or shine. Misc state. Looks good and Dwayne Atkins ISR working with children I ida Retirement System I
a week. 8am to 5pm. Call James S. Howell (850) Centipede and St. Augus- pay cash for clean, quality items. runs great, $1500. Also 1and families. i (FRS). Mail or hand de-1
(850)638-1483 535-2839; 260-1619 tine. Delivery and installa- furniture. 850-557-0211 or some other ones. 850- Creative/Design $10.50/hour. Resumes I ver application and/or I
tion available. 8 miles SW 850-415-6866. Ask for 535-4121. can be faxed to II resume to City Clerk,
Retired Builder doing of Chipley for easy cus- Pasco or Carolyn Yard Sale- Friday 18 & 850-763-7102 or mailed ICity of Chipley, 1442
odd jobs, carpentry tomer hauling. Call any- Furniture & Mattresses Saturday 19, 8:00 AM to For Sale: 3 female don- Reporter/ to 2121 Linsenby Ave-7 Jackson Ave., RO. Box,
4 electric/plumbing repairs, time. Billy and Leola Brock Furniture & Mattresses 4:00 PM. 1744 Sorrells Rd. keys (Jennies) $200.00 Photographer I nue Panama City, FLI 1007, Chipley, Florida
fIpainting, cabinets, decks (850) 638-1202; 326-1500 Low, low, low overhead Antiques, horse plows, act. each or all for $500.00, 132405 850-763-7102.1 I32428. Deadline: April I
guarantees low, low, low Radial Arm Saw, Band Call 956-2659. For Sale: Washington County1 EOE/Drug Free 122, 2008, at 4:00 RM. I
and mow ing Honest, fair, prices. P&S IDiscount Fur- W k a EO E/Dr Free,
Headliners and Vinyl reasonable. 850-548-5031 u n iu CDiscouy Fre Saw, air compressor plus 2001 Ford Taurus $3800. News & Holmes County Workplace. E/Drug Free
Tops Mobile Unit. I do the or 850-348-9373.n1973) ther stuff. 638-0633. or better offer, Call Times-Advertiser, a divi- Workplace
Tops Mobile Unit. I do the or1973) 850 638-4311 956-2659. sion of Florida Freedom L-------
workplace.Reasonable For Rent first in Chipley, ForSale: Fishfor stocking Newspaperls, is seeking
rates on new vinyl tops Mini Warehouses. If you your pond or lake; cop- a general assignment
and auto carpeting. Free Wodont have the oom, We pernose, bluegill, reporter/photographer.
estimates. Call anytime, Do" Lamar Townsend Ole' ghtiOuse shellcracker, channel cat Excellent company ben- Ca
leave message. (850) B&M Mower Repair & (850)638-4539, north of ,o U inEin c fish, mosquito-fish and efits Carpenters and
R638-7351 Service. Quality work at a Townsends. Florida largemouth bass.
fair price. Pickup & Deliv- 1113 St.Andrews Blvd Hwy 390 Panama City, FL (850)547-2215 Send resume to: Editor, Metal/Shingle Roofers
ery Available. Bill or Mary Mini Storage in Chipley. April 19th, 2008 -Starts promptly at 12 NOON Washington County
(850)638-4492 All sizes for rent. We Mosyr OAS ouLDa s is"- W HAVEWAMRRtA ES" For Sale: range hoods, News
__________ furnish the lock. Some boats sold ABSOLUE, some wlth RESERVE 30", 36", 42" with all colors 1364 N. Railroad Ave. B G PELINj. GL
Pw"" ETh IC Goldens Lawn Care. De- (850)326-2399 At least 25 boats from 14 ft. to 29 ft. Jetboats except white. Call 32428
pendable and free esti- Saltwater boats Freshwater boats .Sallboats 850-547-4718_____ & M O D E
mates. 850-773-8282 or Open Wood table and chairs Or email to:all
Life Touch Services 850-541-2406. Thmurs.April 10 Frt. Apr.18- 9 am -4 p t w/dropleaf $75, China cab- afelsberg@
Providing special care for SatApdi 19-9amtill12Noon inet excellent condition chipleypaper.com
your loved ones....light Sod For Sale on the farm, Sewing Machine and Vac- Terms of Sale: Cash, Certifed Check, Personal Check $200, Curio cabinet $50, No ne calls (850) 849-0736 or
housekeeping, compan- delivered or installed. Cen- uum Cleaner Repair, guar- with Bank Letter of Credit, Credit Card. Storage unit w/garage one caFr ee
ionship, private sitters, etc. tipede and 419 Bermuda. anteed service on all Payment In full day of sale. $2,000 (To be moved). Drug FreeWorkplace. (850)849-7982
Call Jeannie: Home(850) West Florida Turf makes and models. Free 850-638-7100 EOE
547-5041, Cell: (850) ( 8 5 0 ) 6 3 8 4 8 6 0 ; estimates. Western Auto, Call Ole Lighthouse Marine: 850/763-0782 ,. :
849-2535 (850415-0385. Established 216 N. Waukesha, Bonifay. Auctioneer Sam Belcher AU 1866; AB 1969 ,. ,__ ___ _ ... _..
1980 547-3910 850/763-4155 Cell: 850/819-4869 10% buyers .remlum ,77 7A D '-'- '

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Hw S 77S, Chipley, FL i SIlGNS
(50) 638-8183 TAFT Banners
w 77A nif ELECTRIC Truck Lettering Specializing in all types of
S 177 f Almnostanvtne electrical. Magnetic Residential Roofing,
(850) 547-0726 neePersonalized Reroofs and Repairs
You have needs we Free Estimates
Open 24 Hours, Self. have Soutions MADETOYOUR NEEDS 18 Years Experience
Service, NO Deposit Licensed & Bonded 1645 Hwy. 81 Licensed & Insured
850-373-8853: Westville 850-547-2934
Units Are Carpeted hmRos 15 850-956-2519 ULicense #RC29027346

Vaughn Fred O'Neal II
Lawn Service Since 1977
Concrete | ROOTRAKING u Same Day Service
S28 Years Experience ROAD BUILDINGS Towing ServiceAvailable
638-4435 Home Truck Repair
527-4766 Work HOME (850) 762-8387 1239 Jackson Avenue
CELL (850) 832-1489 apitalCity Bank
.6055 NW Hwy. 274 Altha, FL 32421 850-638-1177

SALYER Advertise your service DAVIS andSON
POLICE & HUNTING or business here for only PLUMBING
Complete Police Equipment Shop $9.00
*1-A- "la Try Us Before You Buyl J a L ^W !
e AllIGuns $20 Over Cost I i eekii Remodeling
Class 3 $100 Over Cost A Tub/Shower Replacement
Ammo Box $2 Over Cost (Mix & Match) 'To place an ad call A Kitchen/Bath Updates
Detective & Undercover Complete Security Repipe Water/Sewer Pipes
Private Appointments 638-0212 ,* 24 Hr. Emergency Service'
i 1645 Hwy. 81 Westville, FL 850-956-2089 547-9414 LCERTCFC 14254AL CERT 4154

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WASHING [ 4 01 -ll MA' 4 1662 Thistle Lane
and FIURNITU1RE ANTIQUiS 08 4 CT SERVICES Ponce de Leon, FL 32455
and ACCiSSORIES Root Grapple Pallet Fork I (850) 956-4500
S COL 'CTIBLES Fari/Field Work Fence Line BANKRUPTCY
850768 0133 HOURS Mowing. Grading Lot Clearing BANKRUPTCY
i Wed.-Thur. Q10am-4:30pm i' Dirt Work Driveways Back |' CIVIL
Kelvin Johnson | saturdayam-2pm Filling Root Raking PineTree ESTATES
SSunday 1-4pm Row Mowing N ~ w 9hn wieKa tdd lakIse
11 B Bonifay 603 N. Oklahoma St., Bonifay Cell: 850-541-6011 , Ie Mr &
y INSURED ,"*, 547-3189 258-3850 Nextel: 186*36*10423 ,:'t rMari '

L : | Advertise your service
BROCK urri, or business here for only
BROCKDI. Nurseries, LLC
Plants, T7rees & Shrubs $18.00
1788 White Road Bonifay, FL 32425
(Washington County)
(850) 638-1202 *(850) 326-1500




Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser Wednesday, April 16, 2008 11B U

- 4100 6140
Other For Rent- 3BR/2BA home
For Rent, 1 bedroom in Chipley city limits. Call
Mystery Shoppers, get apartment Call 850-527-9698 or
paid to shop! Retail/dining 850-547-0956 850-638-0327 for informa-
establishments need un- tion.
derercover clients to judge Graceland Manor Apart- Newly renovated
.... ith ... i+nmr servie r A ...- -

68x28 Mobile Home on
2.63 acres, large oaks,
located on dead end road
off Corbin in Cottondale.
$67,000. Call 638-3859.

E"arn u t $50.- aday, ments. Rental assistance 3BR/2BA with huge men- 7100 Homes 8100 Antique & Col
Earn to $150. a on 1,2, and 3 bedrooms ster bedroom (15'x16") 7110 Beach Home/ 8110 Cars
Call (888)-523-1013. Handicapped and walkin closet. Large living Property 8120 Sports Utillty
non-handicapped accessi- room w/huge covered 7120 Commercial 7190 8130- Trucks
bhe apartments. 850 deck with great view of 7130 Condo/Townhouse 8140 Vans
be apartments. 850 deck with great view of Farms & Ranches House for rent, lease or 8150- Commercial
-263-4464, TDDTTY 711. horse ranch. New Central 7150 Lots and Acreage purchase, 3BR/3BA in 8160 Motorcycles
5445 Brown Street, high efficiency 7160 Mobile Homes/Lots Rockwood Villas in 8170- Auto Parts
Graceville, FL. Equal hous- heating/cooling unit. Avail- 7170 Waterfront Gainesville area also on & Accessorie
S ing authority able Junelst. 956-2267 or 7180 Investment bus route to University of 8210- Boats
S5__47-3746. Property Florida. Nice area. $1,100 8220 Personal Wa
Townhouse Apt for rent. Nice clean Houses, Apart- 7190- Out-of-Town month. Call Dr. Dastgir 8230 Sailboats
i Townhouse Apt for rent. Nice clean Houses, Apart- Real Estate 3 38 8240 Boat & Marli
L 2BR/1.5BA. Chipley. $550 ments, Mobile homes for 7200 Timeshare 3523328067. Supplies
R W ESTAITE FOR -R a month. Call 638-1918 or rent 4BR/2BA brick 8310- A5rSraft/Avla
Commercial 850-547-5085 or7 1B N Cs t 8330- Campers & 1
6110 Apartments 850-547-2531 1 i 7100Ho 8340 Motorhomes
6120 Beach Rentals30 Codo/ownhase4BR/1.5BA, vinyl-siding, $.00 Down and
6140 House Rentats new root and remodeling S.93 Per
6150 Roommate Wanted 6130 in progress. On large lot .'
6160 Rooms for Rent with fruit trees. Reasonably 8110
6170 Mobile Home/Lot Time Share Condo for 12x75 3BR, $350 and a priced. Seriously Inquires 1978 Lincoln M
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals rent, 1 week, May 10-17th. 12x55 2BR $300. Deposit only 850-547-2091 59,385 actual mile
6190 Timeshare Rentals High Points Resorts, near $200, good condition in -o59,385d n akl mile
6200- Vacation Rentals Disney, sleeps 6 to 8 peo- Chipley. References re- Reduced To Sell Call 850638onditionasking
~- l pile. $800. fully furnished. quired. 850-638-4273. Beautiful hm built in 1906 available leave m
850-547-5945 Double-Wide Mobile in dwntwn Bonifay on Irg SOLD
6100 Home, 3BR/2BA near city lot. Has been used as
Building For Rent on L Chipley. No pets. Call a gift shop/restaurant. Per- John Deere 525,
Main St., Chipey. Call 326-2201 for information. fect loc. for business use. cut conasket mot
Priced to sell at $150K. hours very fast cutt
638-1918 or 638-4478. 6140 For Rent: 2BR/1BA mobile Make an offers Call Harry ing $1,275.
--------- home, total electric. Refer- at (850) 547-9013 or (850) 850-638-1484. If no
Executive Office space 2BR/1BA house for rent ences required. No pets, 373-7974. ble leave message
I for lease on Brickyard I on Maddox Spring Road 4173-A Douglas Ferry Rd.
Rd. Great location across from Pate Pond. $395.00 month. 547-4606
across from Chipley CH/A, water, garbage & Mobile Home-2BR/1BA in -For Sale: 1998 C
High School. 638-7700 I sewer included. Call Bonifay, $435 amonth. 7150 V6, leather, T-top, 1
www.chipleyofficefor | 850-535-2760 2BR/2BA in Bonifay, $475 les, runs good, i
. lease.com _amonth Water & sewage 10 Acres with 36x48 pole chanical problems,
Executive Office Space 2BR/1BA House for Rent included, No pets. view @ 3023 Douglas 850-527-5520.
for rent downtown Chipley. on Owen Community Rd. 638-2999. Ferry Rd. (Hwy. 280). Cash
638-1918 in Vernon. Call Mobile Homes for rent in or Term. $125,000. Call
850-785-3511 or Cottondale on Sapp Road, 850-547-2709
rEcutive Off-ices for' 850-960-8862. 8 miles east of Chipley.
I lease in Bonifay, FL. I 3BR/2BA and 2BR/2BA MP Enterprises Land Sale 8130
Highway 79 N. Corner Puavailable. Total electric, and Finance. 5 acres or
of Waukesha t. and Publisher's (850)258-4868; 209-8847 more for houses only, IMa 2003 Chevrolet Sl
I Virginia Ave., one block Notice www.charloscountryliv- wooded & pasture. 3 miles 4x4, Z71 Off
West of courthouse, 21 ing.com South of Chipley. Highway Package. V1, BF G
|west of courthouse, 277, Gainer Rd., Houston Package.tV8,eBF. G
offices at 1,120 sq. ft., All real estate advertising in Mobile Homes for Rent, Rd., Beadie Rd., Duncan 305/70 tires. PW, P
each or lease entire this newspaper is subject to 2BR/2BA. Near Chipley. ommuni Rd., Buddy cruise, tilt, CD, to
I building with 2,240 sq. I the Fair Housing Act which $400 plus deposit. No Rd., (4) five acres (8) ten
ift. For more information makes it illegal to advertise pets.850-547-4232 ( ) i gh acres )tGreat condition,
call: 850-785-5555 "any preference, limitation or acres (5) eight acres. $16,000. Ask for
- - -- discrimination based on Mobile Homes for rent. Owner financing or cash. 850-773-1960 Ask for
race, color, religion, sex, 2/BR & 3/BR. On Pioneer Low down payment, low 850-773-1960.
FOR RENT- can be used handicap, familial status or Rd, 4 miles East of Vernon monthly payments. Call
as an office, a store, or an national origin, or an inten- 387315 or Milton Peel for information
art gallery. This space is tion, to make any such pref- 850- 850-638-1858or Milon Peel for information
equipped with new erence, limitation or dis- 850-527-4467. 850-638-1858
shower, full bath, new tiles, crimination" Familial status
small kitchen, new sink, iCARcludeschidren under the
and is carpeted. It is lo- age of 18 living with parents
cated in a great business or legal custodians, preg- CAROLE CANNON REALTY
area. Call 850 547-5244. curing custody of oad childre n- 2229 Jimn Bush Rd. Bonlfay, FL
under 18, [850) 54714784* Cell (8501951-5682
This newspaper will not Carole Cannon, Broker
6110 knowingly accept any adver- 6.87 Acres on Peak Road, surveyed, mobile homes allowed,
6110 tising for real estate which is
ATTENTION RENTERS in violation of the law. Our Reduced $42,900 20 Acs+.- DWMH with addition, paved
ATTENTION RENTERS readers are hereby informed frontage, 5 outbuildings which include a working cabinet shop
The Northwest Florida thatall dwellings advertised and a music studio $150,000 Reduced 3 BR frame
Regional Housing Au- ble on a equal opportunity & brick home on comer lot, CH/A, appliances $90,000
thority is accepting ap- basis. To complain of dis- Reduced 21 acs+-, lots of frontage, pasture, hardwoods,
plications for 1, 2, 3, crimination call HUD toil-fre deep well, rusticamp type set up wi with 4 bldgs. $139,900
and 4 bedroom apart- at 1-800-669-9777. The deep well, rstic camp type set up with with 4 bldgs. $139,900
ments in Bonifay, Flor- toll-free number for the hear- 6.65 Acres, surveyed, frontage, no restrictions $39,900
ida. Rent is based on in- ing impaired is New Construction Spanish style home with metal
come. For more infor- 1-800-927-9275. roof, dbl carport, screen porch, range, dw, possible owner
mation, please call: financing i acre bldg. lot, Dogwood Lakes $24,500
1-850-263-5302 or 5307. J 1.5 ac parcel on Olive Ln at Dogwood Lakes $24,900.
nay. Hwww.carolecannonrealty.com 9 E G CR

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99 Model Ford Ext-Cab 2006 Honda Shadow, 750
Lariat 4x4. Low miles, motorcycle, garage kept
Excellent trucks Call Brad nice!!! Like new, low miles.
@ 850-326-6560. $5,000.00 firm

1990Pontiac Van. Runs
good but has body 1999 G-3 16.5 ft. Alum
damage. Can drive it or Bass Boat, 60 HR Yahama
use for parts. $400 OBO. Approx. 5 hrs. use, like
850-415-1030. new, $7500. 850-638-1991




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trade for electric golf cart.
Kawasaki 110
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in excellent condition. Call
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