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'Three of a Kind'

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In The News


Reed suspected in
Monday hazmat
scare at WCSO
Possible hazmat scare in
Washington County Sheriff's
Office said that when the mail
arrived in late morning at the
Washington County
Courthouse, it contained a
letter purportedly from
convicted murderer Johnny
Reed, pictured above, to
Circuit Judge Allen Register.
Reed was recently sentenced
to life in prison by Register for'
the murder of another inmate
at Washington Corrections
Institute.
The envelope contained a
letter signed by Reed
threatening Register's life and
announcing that the envelope
contained a deadly white
powder. A staff member at the
County Clerk's office opened
the envelope. Capt. James
Strickland said the powder
appeared to be crushed pills
of some sort. The employee
immediately contacted law .
enforcement, and the
envelope was contained at the
Sheriff's Office-and-the room
was sealed off.
Strickland said that
Florida Department of Law
Enforcement was contacted to
verify if Reed sent the letter
and that Bay County hazmat
took the substance to
Pensacola for testing.Reed
was convicted in Washington
County Circuit Court for the
November, 2006 murder of
inmate Donald Ray Williams.
Reed was serving a 20-year
sentence in WCI for robbery
with a deadly weapon in Duval
County when he committed the
murder. He was sentenced to
life on Jan. 31.


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Hundreds of cancer survivors, families of
cancer victims, and everyday people
came to old Chipley High track Friday
evening for the American Cancer Society's
annual Washington County Relay for Life.
Good weather and a strong
public relations campaign meant 'It mear
greater participation than last
year, as dozens of cancer have the
survivors were cheered on the from s
opening lap of the two-day event, from s
"Carnival for a Cure." other
"None of this would have
happened without caring people tOwarc
like yourselves," said Relay rare to
Chairperson Missie Finch, who
opened the event early Friday to see t
evening. Chipley High School jis ins
JROTC presented the colors and
Lindsey Reeves sang the HenryV
National Anthem. skin cane
The survivors' lap was just one
of numerous events that began
Friday evening and ended at noon Saturday.
Numerous organizations and businesses set up
booths around the old track where
refreshments, games and other items were sold
as fundraisers.
"In the last year we had numerous former
employees pass away from cancer," said Terry
Ellis of WestPoint Home, one of a number of


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businesses supporting Relay. "I guess this year
it's hit Home more than ever."
WPH, like many other businesses, had held
fundraisers for Relay, everything from food
sales (including selling 390 homemade egg
rolls for $1 apiece) to yard sales.
"You name it and we have done
a lot to it," Ellis said. "It's been a great
support effort, it's been a team effort,
and it is for a great cause."
) many Cancer survivors were
)eop/e honored at a special reception.
Ted Spangenberg is recovering
us. It's from mouth cancer that he first
3ee and thought was only some fever
sores.
is today "I went to an eye, nose and
hiring throat specialist in Panama
City," Spangenberg said, "and
Vheeler, he said, that's cancer. A week
ar survivor later he scheduled an operation.
Spangenberg is now an
outpatient.
Spangenberg also was on hand to honor his
wife, Marian, who is a breast cancer survivor.
Due to health problems she was unable to
attend the ceremony.
W.C. "Junior," McKeithen of Vernon was on
hand to honor his father, the late W.C.

See RELAY, page 7


FGN study

looks at

target

industries

JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
Florida's Great Northwest has
prompted response from local
released more details Friday
from an analysis that spotlights
four industries with the best
prospects for strengthening the
region's sustainable growth.
It contracted with nonprofit
research firm SRI Interna-
tional last year to conduct the
regional target industry analy-
sis, which looked at 25 differ-
ent business clusters through-
out Northwest Florida and
selected four target industries.
SRI recommended North-
west Florida focus on aero-
space and defense, health sci-
ences/human performance
enhancement, renewable
energy/environment, and
transportation and logistics as
regional target industries.
The firm also tagged infor-
mation technology and
research and engineering as
two business clusters that
could play a key part in sup-
porting the four main target
industries.
Washington County Cham-
ber of Commerce Executive
Director Ted Everett agrees
with the concept of target
industries, but cautions -that
not all the targeted industries
would benefit Washington
County directly.
"Remember, in our county
we have no major military
base," Everett said. "In
cWfense we may benefit from
spinoffs but will not get sub-
stantial investments.
Everett is more upbeat
about construction and manu-
facturing, especially following
the application for a free trade
zone for the county to include
both industrial parks.
"If this application is
approved we can be an 'inland
port' for raw and finished
goods shipped across the area
and to North and South Amer-
ica through the Port of Panama
City," Everett said.
Everett also noted that
growth in the health sciences
industry is normally based
around a major medical school
or medical research center. 'A
brain trust brings capital
investment," Everett said.
Basic health care in Wash-
ington County is strong,
Everett said, and Northwest
Florida Community Hospital
provides a good base for health
care. "We have good doctors
and good health care," Everett
said. "We ftave to show that we
have good health care when we
recruit business and industry."


Chamber members make a trip to Tallahassee


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
The Washington County Chamber of
Commerce had a packed house Thursday
to hear about the Spanish Trail Playhouse
at the regular Third Thursday meeting. A
number of members then filled a bus and
headed to Tallahassee to meet state and
elected officials.
The state legislature is in session and
Chamber members were on hand as there
was debate by various committees, rang-
ing from the state budget, to economic
opportunities, to environmental preserva-
tion, to agriculture.


"It was a very successful trip," said
Chamber Executive Director Ted Everett.
Chris Donlan of the Government Educa-
tion Group conducted the tour that
included meeting State Rep. Don Brown.
Discussions included renewable energy,
economic development, and funds for fis-
cally constrained counties. Everett said
Brown reported that he is working on
moving the latter issue along this year.
"The amount would probably be
smaller," Everett said. "It should be going
into capital improvement to enable local
leaders to leverage other state dollars.
"We're still dedicated to supporting the
county's business interests and staying
abrest of recruiting and growth prospects."


Submitted photo
A delegation from the Washington County Chamber
of Commerce visited Tallahassee last week.


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Washington County News Wednesday, April 23, 2008 3A


Howell announces

candidacy for

County Commission


Bill Howell announces his
candidacy for Washington
County Commissioner,
District 5.
Bill was raised in Chipley
and graduated from Chipley
High School in 1969. He has
38 years experience in the
engineering business.
His career includes mate-
rials testing, construction
inspection, prestressed con-
crete production, bridge
design, plan production,
CADD software develop-
ment, contract negotiations
and project management.
He is employed as a
project manager with
PBS&J in Chipley where
he has been employed
since retiring from the
Florida Department of
Transportation in 1999.
Bill served on the Chipley
City Council from
2000-2002 but chose not to
seek re-election pending
construction of his residence
outside of the city.
Bill and his wife, Loanva,
are active members of First
Baptist Church of Chipley
where he serves as a
deacon and chairman of the
properties committee.
He is a member and a past
president of the Kiwanis
Club of Chipley, serves on
the Board of Directors of


both the North Central
Panhandle Education Foun-
dation and the Washington-
Holmes Technical Center
Foundation, and is
vice-chairman of the Wash-
ington-Holmes Technical
Center Advisory Committee.
He is also a mentor for
Take Stock in Children and a
certified shotgun instructor
with Washington County 4H
Shooting Sports.
Bill helped to establish the
local Chapter of Ducks
Unlimited and serves as area
chairman.
"I look forward to meet-
ing and visiting with people
throughout our county and
hearing their concerns, opin-
ions and priorities on county
issues."
Bill asks for your support
and vote in the upcoming
election.


ARREST REPORTS
Arrest report from the Washington
County Sheriff's Department for the
week of April 14 to April 21, 2008.
William Armstrong, 12/3/69, Vernon,
child support.
George Biddle, 11/11/65, Chipley,
contempt of court in Bay County..
Christopher Brumley, 11/8/85,
Somerset, Ky., assault, battery.
Terry Cain, 4/29/86, Vernon, flee and
elude, driving while license
suspended or revoked, petit theft of
gas, violation of probation on driving
under the influence in Holmes
County.
Michelle Chapman, 6/28/73,
Chipley, driving while license
suspended or revoked.
Alicia Deal, 8/20/87,Westville, petit
theft, driving while license
suspended or revoked, flee and
elude.
Melissa Everett, 9/6/76, Bonifay,
failure to appear on violation of
probation hearing on driving while


license suspended or revoked.
Kent French, 1/20/52, Chipley,
Holmes County warrant for violation
of probation on possession of
cocaine.
Kermit Hammonds, 9/9/73,
Lumberton N.C., violation of
probation on vehicle theft.
Wesley Kelly, 2/20/72, Wausau,
possession of paraphernalia,
possession of meth.
Michael Killeen, 9/8/83, Enterprise,
Ala., driving while license
suspended or revoked.
Howell Lipford, 2/11/68, DeFuniak
Springs, possession of marijuana.
Courtney Merrow, 12/17/86,
Marianna, violation of probation on
aggravated assault.
Zachary Monroe, 11/30/89,
Cottondale, burglary, larceny.
Casey Music, 5/19/82, Caryville,
violation of probation on
introduction of contraband.
Nathan Nadery, 12/8/80, Chipley, battery.


Eva Needham, 7/10/64,Caryville,
Okaloosa County warrant for larceny
and Escambia County warrants for
larceny and fraud.
Rebecca Peek, 11/11/77, Chipley,
petit theft.
Bridgette Raby, 5/17/85, Caryville,
disorderly intoxication.
Wendy Riley, 9/26/72, Chipley,
possession of controlled substance
without prescription..
Christie Thompson, 11/22/81,
Chipley, violation of probation on
possession'of paraphernalia,
possession of marijuana,
possession of cocaine.
Byron Walker, 11/16/77, Graceville,
driving while license suspended
or revoked, driving under the
influence.
Robert Walker, 10/18/73, Chipley,
possession of marijuana.
Anthony Williams, 9/28/81,
Marianna, Jackson County warrant
for violation of probation on battery.


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Bids for furnishing all labor, materials, equipment, and services required for the Work known as Cabinet Re-
placement, FL 38-3 A & FL 38-3 B, Chipley, Florida will be received until 10:00 AM CST local time on 1 May 2008
at the office of the Housing Authority (PHA) indicated below. At this time and place all bids received will be
publicly opened and read aloud.
Without force and effect on the Bidding Documents and the proposed Contract Documents, the work required
is briefly described as: Partial modernization of twenty two (22) Dwelling Units at two (2) sites known as FL 38-3
A and FL 38-3 B in Chipley, Florida. The work consists of, but is not limited to, removing existing kitchen cabi-
nets, providing and installing new kitchen cabinets, wall laminate, neW stainless steel sinks and faucet, water
cutoff valves, supply lines and drain from the wall out, patching and painting, VCT floor patching and associated
work.
The work required is fully described in the Bidding Documents consisting of the Project Manual and the Draw-
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Mr. Randall O'Barr, Post Office Box 357, Baldwin, Georgia 30511, telephone (706) 206-1725 or (678) 231-0675.
Bidding Documents may be obtained by providing a NONREFUNDABLE payment of $35.00 per set of Docu-
ments to the Consultant. No partial sets will be issued. Checks should be made payable to Mr. Randall O'Barr
and mailed to the above address, Information regarding this Project, including a list of the Plan Holders will be
provided upon request.
Each bid shall include Bid Guarantee in an amount equal to five percent of the Bid. Provide as a certified check
or bank draft payable to the PHA; U.S. Government Bonds, or as a properly executed Bid Bond with surety
acceptable to the PHA. A Surety Company executing the Bid Bond must be authorized to transact business
in the Project State, and must appear on the most current U.S. Treasury Department's Circular No. 570. The
successful bidder is required to provide satisfactory Performance and Payment Bonds prior to execution of the
Agreement.
Refer to provisions for equal employment opportunities and payment of not less than minimum salaries and
wages indicated in the Project Manual.

Each bid shall include THE SIGNED ORIGINAL AND TWO CONFORMED COPIES of the following:
1. A properly executed Bid Form.
2. A properly executed Bid Guarantee.
3. A properly executed Non-Collusive Affidavit.
4. A fully completed Form HUD-5369-A, "Representations, Certifications and Other Statements of Bidders".

Small businesses and minority firms are urged to submit proposals. Certification as a Minority-business En-
terprise (or number of partners, shareholders, employees who are members of minority classification or are
women) should be included in the Bid proposal. Refer to Articles 38, 39 and 40 of The General Conditions.
The PHA reserves the right to reject any and all bids, and to waive irregularities and formalities in the bidding. No
bids may be withdrawn for a period of sixty days subsequent to the opening of bids without PHA consent.

Chipley Housing Authority
Housing Authority (PHA)
Post Office Box 388 (1370 Old Bonifay Road)
Address
Chipley, Florida 32428-0388
City, State, Zip Code


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4A Washington County News


Opinion


Wednesday, April 23, 2008


What are Taxes?


In the April 15th edition
of The New York Times
Richard Conniff suggests
that what the government
collects from us each year on
or about this date be called
"dues" instead of "taxes"
('Abolish All 'Taxes'"). As
he puts it, "we need lan-
guage to remind us that this
is our government, and that
we thrive because of the
schools and transit systems
and 10,000 other services
that exist only because we
have joined together."
Nice try but it won't fly.
First, many of those services
would easily exist without
government and in fact do.
But, unlike with govern-
ment's "services," they aren't
paid for by means of extor-
tion. You know about extor-
tion, at least from the movies,
no? It is when someone
promises you that unless you
pay him or his organization a
certain sum, you will be killed
or maimed or your property
will be burned down. And
this was called by Oliver
Wendell Holmes Jr. "the
price of civilization"!
Second, government tends
to establish monopolies, so
one reason it is difficult to get
its "services" elsewhere is
that it makes sure no one can
provide them. Take first class


mail! Only the US Postal Ser-
vice may provide this! Or the
issuance of passports.
Third, when one pays dues
to, say, Costco, Sams, the
health club or the gym, one
may exercise the exit
option-that is, stop going
and paying-anytime one so
decides. There may be some
provision one needs to fulfill
but only because one has
agreed to do so in the first
place. Taxes must be paid
with no consent involved,
with no exit option. One is
born in a country and unless
one stops being its citizen
and leaves it, one must pay
taxes. In fact, one must pay if
one merely visits to do some
business there.
Fourth, consider how taxes
came to be in the first place.
The ruler of the realm-king,
tsar, Caesar, whoever-
imposed it on those under his
or her command in payment
'for the privilege of living and
working what that ruler
owned, namely, the country!
"You live and work here, so
you.pay me!" That was when
it was widely but mistakenly
believed that the powerful
who conquer a place are its
rightful owners. But what the
American revolution was
about is the abolition of this
ridiculous myth, that the


government owns the coun-
try. Instead, it is private citi-
zens who do-they have the
right to private property (just
as it is clearly implied in the
U. S. Constitution). Govern-
ment, in turn, is supposed to
protect this among some
other of the citizemy's rights.
Government is like a hired
body guard, not a ruler, not in
a free country at any rate.
In times when monar-
chies were the political
norm-which is still the
case in many places around
the globe-ordinary people
("subjects") lived by per-
mission of the government!
They had no right to their
lives, liberty, pursuit of hap-
piness, property or freedom
of speech. Serfdom was
widespread, meaning peo-
ple were legally tied to the
lands where they lived-
they belonged to the ruler.
Renaming taxes "dues"
isn't going to change its
nature as a form of legalized
extortion. Mr. Conniff should
know that a rose by any other
name is still a rose and taxes
by whatever euphemistic
label one were to attach to
them would still be taxes, the
expropriation of resources by
the rulers of the realm.
What other means could
the few legitimate services of


Opinion
Tibor Machan

government be paid for? By
the voluntary system of con-
tract fees! All contracts,
which are backed by law,
would have a fee attached.
But no one would be forced
to get this backing, only it
would be unwise not to do it.
So there could be plenty to
fund the strictly limited gov-
ernment that a free society
should have. Not, of course,
the bloated leviathan that we
now have, one that has
departed from the American
Founders' idea that
governments are instituted to
protect our rights!
What renaming taxes
"dues" would accomplish is
to prolong the time it will
take to finally abolish this
brutal feudal device from
what is supposed to be a
free country. The price of
civilization my foot!


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When I was a little boy my
family had rule number one,
which was to "keep hands, feet,
and objects to self." This rule
was especially important when
my family was out in public,
considering that my sister (age
4) plus my brother (age 6) plus
me (age 8) were roughly equiv-
alent to a large bull in a fairly
small china shop.
We weren't intentionally
destructive. "Curious" is the
word I would use. We liked to
use our clumsy little hands to
pick on each other and touch
the merchandise on the store
shelves. But when Dad said,
"rule number one, children,"
our hands were supposed to
find our pockets or grab onto
one of his belt loops.
No touching. That was the
rule.
Except at home. Mom and
Dad were always breaking rule
number one with us (and with
each other). Wrestling, kissing,
hugging, hand-holding, snug-
gling, tickling. It was probably
part of their diabolical scheme
to raise us up balanced in a lov-
ing and caring home.
We've all had moments
where we'd like nothing more
than to break the rules. If
you've never felt the urge to
break a rule, and have led an
otherwise legalistic existence,
then the time has come for you
to make the break In fact, it's
time we all start breaking rule
number one.
And why rule number one?
Studies show that people
need an average of eight good
touches a day. When people
receive a good touch, it releases
in them hemoglobin. One of
the jobs of hemoglobin is to
carry the blood chemical that
causes joy and happiness.
Compared to people that do
not allow themselves to receive
good touches, people that
allow themselves to be touched
are more productive and gen-
erally more satisfied with their
work and their lives.


One Word
Andrew Hollinger

Of course, the definition of a
good touch can vary depending
on the two people involved,
their relationship, and the situ-
ation. Perhaps the two are col-
leagues, perhaps they are good
friends. Ifs also important to
acknowledge that there is a dif-
ference between a good touch
and an unwelcome touch or
harassment. This protects you
and me; and makes sure that
we all act like adults.
Acceptable good touches
are handshakes and pats on the
back, a soft punch on the arm,
the tousling of hair, a touch on
the elbow. Be careful not to
execute the Klingon death grip;
that would be unfortunate.
So here's a suggestion. Go
ahead today and break rule
number one. Give touches. Get
touches. We'll all be reveling in
our natural chemical-induced
happiness.
This suggestion comes as an
urge of rebellion against society's
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COURT RECORDS


The following information i a matter of
public record and was taken from the
Washington County Court docket for
February 26, 2008. The following individ-
uals were scheduled to appear:
Pretial:
Norman Lee Ake: vehicular homicide;
pretrial set for 5/1; trail set for 5/19.
Lee Issac Afford: homicide/negligent
manslaughter, vehicle driving under the
influence causing death of
human/unborn child, vehicular homicide,
driving under the influence and damage
property; pretrial set for 4/29.
Ty Kim Allen: pled nolo contendre; adju-
dication withheld; sentenced to 150
hours community service, all fines, fees
and costs, complete parenting class,
DNA sample, random UAs, five-page
essay, four years and six month proba-
tion.
Deontra Ramon Andrews: possession of
marijuana, possession of cocaine, pos-
session of controlled substance without
prescription; motion to suppress denied;
supplemental pretrial 3/4.
Mytes Stinson Austin: cocaine trafficking;
motion hearing set 4/15; pretrial 4/29.
Britney Elizabeth Berringer: driving while
license suspended or revoked/habitual
offender; trial set for 3/24.
Benjamin Ellis Best: driving while license
suspended or revoked/habitual offender;
bench warrant for failure to appear.
Randall Harold Blair flee attempt to
elude police officer, driving under the
influence and property damage, reckless
driving, refusal to submit to DUI test after
license suspended; supplemental pretri-
al 3/4.
Julie Darlene Bledsoe: aggravated
assault with intent to commit felony; trial
set for 3/24.
Kerry Sherrod Boston: possession of
cocaine with intent to sell, manufacture,
deliver; supplemental pretrial 3/11.
Tony Brooks: child neglect without great
harm; pretrial 4/29.
Cedric Sherard Brown: possession of
cocaine; motion hearing set for 4/15.
Justin Edward Brown: selling metham-
phetamine within 1,000 feet of
worship/business, principle in first
degree selling meth within 1,000 feet of
worship or business; sale of marijuana,
sale of marijuana within 1,000 feet of
worship or business supplemental pretri-
al 3/4; trial set for 3/24.
Ralph Walter Brown: battery on officer,
firefighter, EMT resist officer with vio-
lence; trial set 3/24.
Billy John Bumham: grand theft, tres-
passing on structure or conveyance;
supplemental pretrial 3/11.
Leroy Tyron Cady; unarmed burglary of
structure/conveyance with person inside,
battery touch or strike, kidnap false
imprisonment of adult; trial 3/24,
Bradley Grant Carter: ,sexual assault by
custodian-sexual battery victim under 12
years of age, lewd and lascivious exhibi-
tion by person 18 years or older on vic-
tim less than 16 years of age; pretrial
5/1.
Juan Antonio Casarez pled nolo con-
tendre; adjudication withheld; sentenced
to three years probation, 150 community
hours, five-page essay, DNA sample,
random UAs, SA evaluation and treat-
ment and all fines and costs.
Donna Elaine Cook: sale of metham-
phetamine, possession of controlled
substance without prescription, posses-
sion of marijuana, possession of drug


paraphernalia; supplemental pretrial 3/4,
Clyde Corbin: battery/second or subse-
quent offense; pretrial set 4/29.
Neatron L Curry: possession of con-
trolled substance without prescription;
pretrial 4/29.
Teri Lois Danford: possession of
methamphetamine, unlawful possession
of listed chemicals, possession or use of
drug paraphernalia; supplemental pretri-
al 3/4.
Teny Jerome Davis: dealing in stolen
property; status 4/15; pretrial 4/29.
Willie Lee Davis: driving under the influ-
ence (third violation in 10 years), flee
attempt to elude police, reckless driving,
resist officer without violence; trial 3/24.
Jeny Lewis Devito: driving while license
suspended or revoked/third or subse-
quent offense; supplemental pretrial 3/4.
Alan L Downs: grand theft; pretrial 4/29.
Billy Gene Duck Jr.: possession of
cocaine; continued,
Christopher Gilyard: sale of cocaine;
motion hearing 3/4; trial 3/24.
Jeffrey Michael Vincen Greene: posses-
sion of marijuana with intent to sell man-
ufacture or deliver; supplemental pretrial
3/4.
Sam Henry Griffin: deliver or distribute
methamphetamine, chile abuse without
great harm, contributing to delinquency
of minor; pretrial 3/4.
Corey James Guster: aggravated
assault with deadly weapon without
intent to kill; pretrial 4/29.
Charlotte A. Hammock: possession of
methamphetamine, possession of mari-
juana, possess or sue drug parapherna-
lia; pretrial 4/29.
Christopher Joseph Hardrick: sale of
cocaine, possession of cocaine; pretrial
4/29.
Samantha Hardrick: sale of cocaine,.
passing a forged or altered instrument;
pretrial 4/29.
Zachary Alan Ray Harris: possess con-
trolled substance without prescription,
destroyevidence, tamper with or fabri-
cate; trial 3/24.
Terry Eari Hartwell: smuggle contraband
into prison inmate; pretrial 4/29.
Ronald Harvey: second degree arson,
bum with intent to injure or defraud insur-
er; pretrial 4/29.
Stephen Lee Hinkle: resist officer with
violence; pretrial 4/29.
Alexander Jermaine Jackson: sale of
cocaine within 1,000 of worship or busi-
ness; pretrial 4/29.
Donna Angela Jenkins: possession of
marijuana, possess or use drug para-
phemalia; pretrial 4/29.
Kecla Nicole Watford Johnson: unarmed
burglary of unoccupied structure; pretrial
4/29.
Benjamin R. Jones: aggravated battery
on pregnant woman; trial 3/24.
Erick Jones: unarmed burglary of unoc-
cupied structure, criminal mischief, petit
theft; trial 3/24.
Jacqueline Jones: neglect child without
great harm; pretrial 4/29.
Ursula Takara Jones: driving while
license suspended (habitual offender),
possession of marijuana, resist officer
without violence; pled nolo contendre;
adjudication withheld; sentenced to 12
hour driving course, letter of apology to
officer, DNA sample, SA evaluation/treat-
ment, obtain valid drivers license, be
gainfully employed or 10 applications
weekly, all costs and fines, 150 hours
community service, three years proba-
tion, concurrent.


Michael Ray Land: unarmed burglary of
unoccupied structure; supplemental pre-
trial 3/4.
Anette Renee Lee: aggravated battery to
cause bodily harm or disability, battery;
continued.
William Walter March Jr.: pled nolo con-
tendre; adjudicated guilty; sentenced to
all fines and costs,150 hours community
service, one year community control,
DNA sample, random UAs, SA evalua-
tion and treatment, gainfully employed or
10 job applications weekly, five-page
essay, zero tolerance.
Frank Lawrence McDaniel: pled nolo
contendre; adjudication withheld on
count one, adjudicated guilty on count
two; sentenced to five years probation,
150 hours community service, all fines
and costs, restitution paid in one year,
letter of apology, five-page essay, ran-
dom UAs, DNA sample, no contact with
victim or property, gainful employment or
10 job applications weeklyconcurrent.
John David Shawn McDougald: pled
guilty on all counts; sentenced to three
years probation, 150 hours community
service; all fines and costs, DNA sample,



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random UAs, SA evaluation/treatment,
five-page essay, concurrent.
Courtney Lyn Merrow: resist property
recovery-retail merchant/farmer; contin-
ued.
Otto Anthony Mierzejewski: distributing
marijuana on or within 1,000 of school;
trial set 3/24; status for 4/29.
Otto Anthony Mierzejewski: armed bur-
glary of structure; status 3/24; pretrial
4/29.
James Eugene Miller Jr.: lewd and las-
cMivious battery on victim 12 15 years of
age; kidnapping; pretrial 3/11.
Jonathan Jack Morgan: assault on offi-
cer, firefighter, EMT; supplemental pretrial
3/11.
Jason Lee Mount: aggravated assault
with intent to commit felony battery, driv-
ing while license suspended canceled or
revoked; supplemental pretrial 3/11.
Jeremy Lee Mullins: possession of mari-
juana, child abuse without great harm;
motion hearing 4/15.
Thomas Jeremy Nelson: traffic in
amphetamine, possession of cocaine
with intent to sell deliver; supplemental
pretrial 3/4.


Bradley Christian Olson: pled nolo
contendre: adjudication withheld;
sentenced to three years probation,
12-hour driving course, obtain valid
drivers license, 150 hours community
service, random UAs, gainful
employment or 10 job application
weekly, DNA sample.
Matthew Thomas Pate: pled nolo con-
tendre on all counts; adjudicated guilty;
sentenced to five years probation, maxi-
mum 12 years six months prison, six
month county jail with credit for time
served, all costs and fines, make restitu-
tion, random UAs, SA evaluation/treat-
ment, not to be on St, Marys Road or in
company of or possess, DNA sample,
drivers license suspended one year,
concurrent.
Carvil Howard Perdue III: threaten to dis-
charge destructive device (bomb); pretri-
al 3/11.
Chika Leonardo Person: cocaine pos-
session; motion hearing 3/11; trial 3/24.
Boris Darrel Peterson: aggravated
assault with deadly weapon without
intent to kill (three counts), deliver/ pos-
sess/ sell altered firearm pretrial 4/29.


Joseph Peterson: aggravated assault
with deadly weapon without intent to kill
(two counts); pretrial 4/29.
Robert.Lee Peterson: pled nolo con-
tendre; adjudicated guilty; sentenced to
two years, six months prison, all fines
and costs and civil judgments, drivers
license suspended for two years, credit
for time served, DNA sample.
Thomas Benard Peterson: driving while
license suspended or revoked (habitual
offender); pretrial 4/29.
Dallas Avant Pettis: driving while license
suspended or revoked-third or subse-
quent offense; supplemental pretrial
3/11.
Glenda Louis Pettus: pled nolo con-
tendre; adjudication withheld; sentenced
to one year drug offender probation; ran-
dom UAs, two ads of apology/public
appearance, DNA sample, all costs and
fines, five years probation, 150 years
probation.
Tina Pierce: possession of cocaine with
intent to sell/manufacture/deliver (two
counts); pretrial 4/29.
Teddy Bruce Polston: possession of
cocaine; trial 3/24.


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Washington Coynty News 6A


ROUNDUP



Bethlehem, Chipley take titles


District softball
Bethlehem 12, Graceville 2
BETHLEHEM The Bethlehem
Lady Wildcats defeated the
Graceville Lady Tigers 12-2 in five
innings on Thursday night to cap-
ture the District 2-1A title. Jennifer
Hatcher hit an over-the-fence home
run (her first ever). Whitley Albury
was winning pitcher for Bethlehem.

Chipley 5, Holmes County 3
CHIPLEY Kylie Mulrain sin-
gled, Skylar Davis and Rachael
Fowler doubled, and Vanessa
Hatcher and Hannah Geuttler
reached on errors as Chipley ral-
lied with four runs in the seventh
inning to win the District 2-3A
championship. Jessica Bush
pitched a complete game allowing
five hits and striking out nine to
improve to 9-3. Chipley is 18-5.
Holmes County scored twice in
the first inning as Lacey Russ and
Mikeala Strickland singled and
Anna Keen had a two-run double.
Chipley halved the deficit in the
fifth when Bush singled and Davis
doubled, scoring pinch runner
Sara Gore. The Tigers scored four
runs in the seventh to lead 5-2, and
the Blue Devils scored one more
run when Rachel Gavin walked
with one out and Jenna Belser
doubled to right-center field.
Offensive leaders for Chipley were
Davis, with two doubles, two RBIs
and a run scored; Katelyn Davidson
was 2 for 4 with an RBI; Fowler was 1
for 4 with one RBI and a run scored;
Mulrain was 1 for 2 and a run scored;
and Bush and Hatcher each were 1
for 4 and a run scored.
Vernon 7, Jay 3
The Vernon High School Lady
Jackets softball team defeated Jay
High School on Tuesday night in the
district semi-final with a score of 7-3.

Chipley 12, Marianna 2
CHIPLEY Chipley won the
first game of the District 2-3A soft-
ball tournament Tuesday night,
beating Marianna 12-2. Chipley
hammered out 12 hits through five
innings to advance to the district
championship game Thursday
night. Rachael Fowler had three
hits, three RBI and three runs.
Skylar Davis was 3-4 with two
RBIs and two runs scored. Kassi
Shackelford was 2-3 and scored
two runs. Davis gave up three hits
and struck out six.

Graceville 12,
Poplar Springs 2,
Bethlehem 24, Malone 4
BETHLEHEM Shaquelle John-
son ripped a home run as the Mal-
one Tigers defeated Poplar Springs
in a District 2-1A semifinal game.


Photos by Jay Felsberg / Managing Editor
ABOVE: Rachael Gavin of Holmes County winds up to pitch to Jessica Bush of Chipley.
BELOW: Cody Flowers of Arnold winds up to pitch against Chipley. The Tigers won 8-2.


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Kelly Leuenberger scored three
runs and Jessica Baxley had three
RBIs as the Tigers advanced to the
championship game against Beth-
leh6m, a 24-4 winner over Malone
in the other semifinal. Bethle-
hem's Erin McCormick had a
home run and four RBIs and Alex
Potter had three RBIs.

Baseball
Chipley 5, Vernon 4
CHIPLEY- Zach Schaubhut was
2 for 4 with two RBIs and drove in
Ryan Brown with the winning run in
the eighth inning Tuesday. Zach
Jadofsky was 2 for 3 with a double
and Lance Bush earned the win with
11 strikeouts in five innings of relief.
Chipley (16-8) played Holmes
County in the District 2-3A tourna-
ment on Tuesday.
Chipley 8, Arnold 2
CHIPLEY Zach Schaubhut
was 2 for 2 with an RBI, Zach Jad-
ofsky was 2 for 2 with three RBIs,


Lance Bush 2 for 4 and Billy
Gilbert had two RBIs for Chipley
Thursday night. Karsten Whitson
earned the win. Cody Flowers was
2 for 3 for Arnold. The Tigers took
advantage of two first-inning
errors by the Marlins combined
with aggressive baserunning to
take a 6-0 first-inning win.

Holmes County 6, Altha 4
BONIFAY Holmes County
scored four runs in the first inning arid
two more in the second and held on
for the victory in the regular season
finale. Tyler Cooey earned the save,
while Jesse Gavin struck out two for
the win in four innings pitched.
Brad White was 2 for 2 with a
double and an RBI, and Aaron
Mollett had a double and two
RBIs for Holmes County (19-6),
which played Chipley in the Dis-
trict 2-3A tournament on Tuesday.

Chipley 7, Holmes County 6
CHIPLEY Ryan Brown struck
out eight in a complete-game vic-
tory, and chipped in two hits in
Chipley's first District 2-3A win.
Josh Roberts and Zach Schaubhut
each had two hits and one RBI,
and Karsten Whitson had two hits
and scored two runs.


Holmes Co. 9, Vernon 0
BONIFAY Brad White hit a
. solo home run and had three RBIs
as Holmes County won the first of
two games on Tuesday. He was 2 for
3 on the day with a double. Aaron
Mollett also was 2 for 3 with a dou-
ble and three RBIs. Clayton French
was 2 for 4 with an RBI. The win-
ning pitcher was Jeremy McGowan.
He allowed two hits and struck out
seven in a complete game.
Wicksburg (Ala.) 7,
Holmes County 6
BONIFAY Aaron Mollett was
4 for 4 with three RBIs and Brad
White was 2 for 3 with a two-run
home run as Holmes County fell in
its second game of the day. Ty
Short pitched a complete game
but took the loss. He allowed eight
hits and four earned runs.

Baseball playoffs
Freeport is the host and second
seed in District 1-2A and has a bye
into the semifinals and plays the win-
ner of Ponce De Leon and Pensacola
Christian that was played Tuesday.
Baker is the No. 4 seed in their tour-
nament and opened play against
Vernon. The winner will take on
top-seeded Jay in the semifinals.


Submitted photo
The Tri County YMCA held its opening day tournament on Saturday,
April 12 at PALS Park. The team sponsored by AGI won first place in
the 9-10 year-old division. Front row, Gideon Massey, Tripp Hodges,
Austin Sapp, Nathan Spencer. Back row, Taylor Thompson, Noah
Lane, Daniel Floyd, Shelby Savell, Colby Williams, and Coach Jon
Floyd. Not pictured, Cody Register, and Nate Crawford.


BRIEFS

Archery tournament
An Outdoors Unlimited Archery
Tournament sponsored by First Bap-
tist 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. Registration is $15 per person
to shoot. Registration of the regular
20 Station Tournament and Coon
Shoot to follow. For more information,
call the church office at 547-2420.

Blue Devil 4-Man
Scramble fundraiser
A 4-man scramble (select-a-shot)
golf tournament will be held April 26,
shotgun start at 9 a.m. at Dogwood
Lakes Country Club on Dogwood
Lakes Highway. Proceeds will go
toward the Blue Devil Quarterback
Club/HCHS Golf Program.
Entry fee of $200 per team; mulli-
gans $5 each. Lunch included with
entry fee. There will be cash payouts
to the top five teams, closest to pin
and longest drive. An exclusive busi-
ness advertisement sign on teeing
area o f hole during tournament is
available for $100, with exposure to
120-plus players (30 teams).
Signup at Bonifay Piggly Wiggly or
call Sam Bailey at (850) 373-7474 or
Todd Flanary at (850) 373-8153

Baseball camp
Chipola Baseball Coach Jeff
Johnson is offering special camps
for young pitchers (ages 8-12) on
June 9-10, and one for pitchers ages
13-18, on June 11-12. The individual-
ized camps will focus on the finer
points of pitching. They will meet at
the Chipola field at 3094 Indian Circle
in Marianna from 9 a.m. to noon both
days. Cost is $100.
A limited number of applicants will
be accepted so pre-registration is
necessary.
Accident insurance coverage is
included in the camp tuition.
For more information, contact
Johnson at (850) 718-2237.
Several other camps will be
offered by Johnson during the month
of June.
*A baseball skills camp for ages
8-12 will be held from 9 a.m. to 12
June 2-5. Registration fee is $75 per
student.
*Young Hitters Camp, June 16-17.
A limited number of applicants will be
accepted. Call (850) 718-2237 for
reservations. Registration is 9 a.m. to
noon June 16 and the fee is $100 per
student.
*Hitting Camp, June 18-19. A
limited number of applicants will be
accepted. Call (850) 718-2237 for
reservations. Registration will be 9
a.m. to noon and the fee is $100
per student.
Students should register in
advance. A completed registration
form, signed by the parents, must
accompany the student when he
arrives at camp. Payments must be
made by cash or money order.

Ten Star All-Star
Basketball Camp
Final applications are now being
accepted for the Ten Star All-Star
Summer Basketball Camp, The
camp is by invitation only.
Boys and Girls ages 10 19 are
eligible to apply.
College basketball scholarships
are possible for players selected to
the All-American Team. There is also
a summer camp available. for boys
and girls ages 6 -18 of all skill levels.
Camp locations include Babson
Park. For a free brochure on these
summer camps, call (704) 373-0873
anytime or check out.

Fastpitch Camp
Central Florida Fastpitch Camp
schedule is as follows:
*Residential/Day Camp, June 8-11.
*Offense/Defense Day Camp,
June 16-17.
*Pitching/Catching Day Camp.
June 18-19.
For more information, call Tracy
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April 24, 2008 in the Cambridge Room,
Ramada Inn North, 2900 North Monroe
St., Tallahassee, Florida. Meeting will
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community
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Washington County News Wednesday, April 23, 2008 7A


Photos by Jay Felsberg / Managing Editor


The Chipley High School JROTC Color Guard presented the colors Friday night.


The Washington County HOPE pageant winners were on hand at the opening
ceremony. The pageant was one of a number of fundraisers held for Relay.


Numerous organizations like Panhandle Area Education Cooperative were on
hand to support Relay for Life.


RELAY
Continued from page 1

McKeithen, Sr. "My
daddy went down with
cancer," McKeither said.
"He was 72 and running
wide open and got
leukemia."
Skin cancer survivor
Henry Wheeler said the
turnout was heartening
to see.
"It meant a lot to have
the support from so
many other people
toward us," Wheeler
said. "It's rare to see and
to see this today is
inspiring."
There were plenty of
activities, including
everything from
Karaoke, to a pie-eating
contest, to making a
carnival hat, to a
cakewalk. Campsites
were judged for awards
and cancer survivors gave
inspiring testimonies.
A highlight Friday
night was the lumniaria
ceremony. Small bags
with candles, called
luminaries, were set
around the track as night
fell.
Each bag was donated
by someone to honor
cancer victims and
survivors, and the names
of those honored were
placed on the bags.
The ceremony ended
Saturday with the "Last
Lap" and closing
ceremonies and awards
presentations.
The money raised will
be used in Washington
County for a variety of
purposes.
More coverage,
including video and
photo galleries, at
- www.chipleypaper.com.


Crusaders in Action (CIS) was one
on hand to raise funds for Relay.


of many groups


Changed performed Friday night. Other performers
included Madison Kincaid, Praise 150 and Simply
Worship.


'Carnival for a Cure' was the theme of this year's
Relay for Life.


The Washington County Sheriff's Office Explorers provided support for the
annual Relay for Life.


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8Aeo Wednesday, April 23, 2008 Washington County News


Christian School Many honored in The


registration dates Heritage of Washington County


Washington County Christ-
ian School is registering stu-
dents for the 2008-09 school
year. During April, any stu-
dent, new or returning, who
registers for the fall term will
receive a $25 discount off the
standard registration rate.
Classes being offered are
Kindergarten, three years, four
years and five years; Elemen-
tary, first through fifth grades;
Middle, sixth through eighth
grades; and High, ninth
through eleventh. WCCS
offers small classroom settings
so classes will fill quickly.
Open house will be held
5:30-7 p.m. April 24. Parents,
and all interested persons are
encouraged to visit the school
and see what it has to offer.
WCCS is a nonprofit,


nondenominational, private
Christian school offering high
academic and spiritual stan-
dards to families in the tri-
county area.
Teachers are of the highest
caliber and are educationally
prepared to give each student
a thorough scholastic back-
ground with a distinct empha-
sis on patriotism and charac-
ter training. The. school has
provided excellent academics
in a caring Christian learning
environment since 1995.
Those who are unable to
attend open house may pick
up an enrollment packet at
the school office or one can
be mailed. Call or visit the
school on 1405 Brickyard
Road today. The phone num-
ber is 638-WCCS (9227).


Friends of the Library

meeting set for May 1


The May meeting of the
Friends of the Library will
be held on Thursday, May 1
at 11:30 a.m. at Blue Lake
Community Center.
Our speaker this month
will be Mary Flowers from
Sneads, Florida. Mary has
been a story teller for about
20 years. She has told stories
at numerous schools, clubs
and organizations. She was a
historic re-enactor with Fort
Reno Tombstone Tales in
Fort Reno, OK which is an
annual historic event that
portrays individuals interred
at the Fort Reno Post Ceme-
tery between 1878 and 1948.
Mary re-enacted the life of
Kathryn Holmes, a black
woman interred in the


cemetery in the late 1800s.
Flowers is also an artist.
In 1994 one of her paintings
titled "Wash Day" won in an
art show in Goldsboro, NC.
Mary also writes and has
written a screenplay, short
stories, children's stories,
poems and is currently
working on a novel. She has
written one song which has
been copywrited titled '"A
Moment With Christ."
Flowers is an avid reader
with several library cards.
She is currently the owner of
Flowers Office, Teacher and
School Supplies in Sneads.
For luncheon reserva-
tions, please call Rosa Nell
Baxley at 638-1470 by noon
Monday, April 28.


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


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This week, we embark into
our sixth year of providing
readers with a cross section of
commentary on a variety of
topics. The "prattler" still
regards favorable response to
the writing as nothing short of
phenomenal.
My involvement in The
Heritage of Washington
County book undertaking
began soon after the
experience of writing for the
newspaper. It is heart
warming to continue to have
readers tell me that they were
motivated to write a family
topical story for the heritage
book after your writer
continued his "badgering" to
get stories submitted before
the deadline for printing.
Comment number one,
regarding the book, comes
from those who continue to
tell me, almost weekly, of
regretting not getting a story
in on their family.
Recently, it was Dot Johns
McDonald who told me she
could have written a beautiful
story on her late husband,
Cub McDonald, and his
family. Readers will recognize
Cub as the father of Tommy
Ray McDonald, Sr. Chipley's
beloved mayor, who passed
away before the Heritage
book was released.
Thankfully, his story is
contained in the book under
the heading of "Washington
County Favorite Sons", a title
he so thoroughly earned and
deserved.
Philip Rountree's life was
covered in a Heritage book
article under the same
heading, a "Favorite Son",
which he truly was. Philip
passed away recently, leaving
a legacy that simply cannot be
adequately portrayed in just
one writing. Many comments
have been made to me as to
the value of this true
gentleman.
Just before Philip's death,
the "prattler" received a
telephone call from Durwood
Roberts of Rabun Gap, Ga., a
Washington County native,
who called shortly after
receiving his copy of the
Washington County book.
Durwood specifically asked

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Holmes Creek Baptist Church, founded in July 3, 1908, has a brief history and a
picture, recorded in The Heritage Book.


Prattle
Perry Wells


about Philip Rountree and if
he was still living. Roberts had
many kind things to say about
his memories of Rountree in
his time of coaching. He was
given update on the grave
physical condition of Philip
and this writer forwarded the
full write up in the Washington
County News to Durwood
after the funeral.
Don L Williams and Ted
Williams, two Washington
County brothers, whose sister,
Lavoughan Williams Wells is
married to my brother, Jim,
told me of the sadness of her
kin upon learning of the death
of Philip Rountree. They were
the two youngest sons in the
Williams household and were
two of the many who referred
to Philip as "coach". The
other Williams boys, Johnnie
Merle, Rex and Carthell, all
deceased, had completed
Chipley High School prior to
Philip Rountree's tenure as
coach.
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article, there was no real
intention to write on those
mentioned in the Heritage
book that have died recently,
but it just seems right that
others should be listed.
The April 12 Week End
Edition of the Washington
County News gave the story of
the death of Judge Willis Carl
'Rawick, of Jacksonville. The
judge died on March 27, only
six weeks after the passing of
his wife of 55 years, Opal
Herrington Trawick, who died
on February 15.
The story of Judge Willis
Carl Trawick's service as
County Judge of his native
Washington County, along
with his picture, is included in
the segment of the Heritage
book listing all prior county
judges as well as the present
one.
Paul Burton Ward, who
grew up in the Miller's Ferry
area, and graduated from
Vernon High School, passed
away recently in Utah, where
he had worked and lived for
many years. This Washington
County native recorded an
interesting history on his
family and its on page 356 of
The Washington County
Heritage book. Paul Burton,
whose cousin/and close friend,
Odell Ward, still maintains the
home place where he was
reared. Odell was
instrumental in having the
obituary of Paul Burton Ward
included in The Washington
County News of April 16.
Ronnie Guy, brother of
recently retired Chipley Post
Office rural mail carrier,
James Guy, died recently in
Pensacola. The Guy brothers
are the sons of Myrtle
Haddock Guy, who is one of
the 14 children of the late
Jack and Annie Bell Curlee
Haddock, well known and
highly regarded Washington
County citizens. Ronnie Guy,
along with a host of other
Haddock family members,
supported The Heritage book
project with extensive
writings. The writer
encountered Ronnie and his
mother in the Chuckwagon
restaurant soon after the
book was released. Without
hesitation, he purchased
three copies to pass' on to his
family, based on the history
contained in the book on his
pioneer ancestors.
While in Dub Obert's


Barber Shop on April 15, the
"prattler" saw Tim Steele,
pastor of Holmes Creek
Baptist Church. Tim is known
as a regular reader of the
weekly column. He brought
up the subject of The
Heritage book, commenting
that he planned to get one for
the library of the church in as
much as so much church
history was recorded in the
popular book. In keeping
with my determination to
always have books with me,
Brother Tim Steele was able
to carry one back to his
Holmes Creek congregation.
Wylie Lykins, a Pentecostal
minister and longtime
acquaintance of the writer,
was finishing up his haircut.
The Rev. Lykins and wife,
Mary, came to Florida 25
years ago to pastor Wausau's
Pentecostal Holiness Church.
After flipping through the
pages of the beloved book and
seeing Wausau history,
Wausau people, including the
Haddock family already
named, the second preacher
of the day became a purchaser
of the valuable book.
On April 16, the writer
visited the recently
rejuvenated Vernon
Historical Society Museum,
now open each Wednesday
from 10 a. m. until 2 p.m. It is
located in two of the
beautiful, newly renovated,
classrooms of the old Vernon
High School. My visit was to
deliver two Heritage books to
Paula Simmons Dalton, who
wrote stories on the Dalton
family. These two books are
gifts to her daughters, Patsy
and Rhonda.
Cousin Angia Morris is
president of the Vernon
Historical Society. She
purchased a book to place in
the museum. Cousin Wilma
Wells Stubbs was busily
assisting in the museum at the
time of my visit. She
,contributed greatly in writing
stories on her family as one of
the offspring of John Alex
Wells and Arleva Cook Wells.
A book was also purchased
on the Vernon visit by Coy
Polston.
The supply is once again
becoming "limited", but
still available from the
"prattler". The telephone is
(850) 638-1016 or e-mail:
perrylOOO@bellsouth.net
See you all next week.


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Notice of Chiropractic
Practice Transition
Dr. Steiger has terminated his practice at
the Steiger Chiropractic Center. All records
will be available at the 682 5th St., Chipley,
Florida location for the existing patients,
previous patients or their duly constituted
representative for the next 30 days. Other-
wise all remaining records will be maintained
by Dr. Mark Taylor at the above location for
the legal time limits required.
I wish to thank all the people in Washing-
ton County and the surrounding areas for
your support in allowing me to be of service
to you over the years.
Connie, Matt and Yannie and I will leave
many friends here. You are all appreciated
and will be missed. Dr. Stuart Steiger
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Washington County News 0 Wednesday, April 23, 2008 9A'


COURT RECORDS


The following information is a mat-
ter of public record and was taken
from the Washington County
Court docket for February 26,
2008. The following individuals
were scheduled to appear:

Pretrial:
Norman Lee Ake: vehicular homi-
cide: pretrial set for 5/1; trail set for
5/19.
Lee Issac Alford: homicide/negli-
gent manslaughter, vehicle driving
under the influence causing death
of human/unborn child, vehicular
homicide, driving under the influ-
ence and damage property; pretri-
al set for 4/29.
Ty Kim Allen: pled nolo contendre;
adjudication withheld; sentenced
to 150 hours community service,
all fines, fees and costs, complete
parenting class, DNA sample, ran-
dom UAs, five-page essay, four
years and six month probation.
Deontra Ramon Andrews: posses-
sion of marijuana, possession of
cocaine, possession of controlled
substance without prescription;
motion to suppress denied; sup-
plemental pretrial 3/4.
Myles Stinson Austin: cocaine traf-
ficking; motion hearing set 4/15;
pretrial 4/29.
Britney Elizabeth Berringer: driving
while license suspended or
revoked/habitual offender; trial set
for 3/24.
Benjamin Ellis Best: driving while
license suspended or
revoked/habitual offender; bench
warrant for failure to appear.
Randall Harold Blair: flee attempt
to elude police officer, driving
under the influence and property
damage, reckless driving, refusal
to submit to DUI test after license
suspended; supplemental pretrial
3/4.
Julie Darlene Bledsoe: aggravated
assault with intent to commit
felony; trial set for 3/24.
Kerry Sherrod Boston: possession
of cocaine with intent to sell, man-
ufacture, deliver; supplemental
pretrial 3/11.
Tony Brooks: child neglect without
great harm; pretrial 4/29.
Cedric Sherard Brown: possession
of cocaine; motion hearing set for
4/15.
Justin Edward Brown: selling
methamphetamine within 1,000
feet of worship/business, principle
in first degree selling meth within
1,000 feet of worship or business;
sale of marijuana, sale of marijua-
na within 1,000 feet of worship or
business supplemental pretrial 3/4;
trial set for 3/24.
Ralph Walter Brown: battery on
officer, firefighter, EMT, resist officer
with violence; trial set 3/24.
Billy John Bumham: grand theft,
trespassing on structure or con-
veyance; supplemental pretrial
3/11.
Leroy Tyron Cady; unarmed bur-
glary of structure/conveyance with
person inside, battery touch or
strike, kidnap false imprisonment
of adult; trial 3/24:
Bradley Grant Carter: sexual assault
by custodian-sexual battery victim
under 12 years of age, lewd and
lascivious exhibition by person 18
years or older on victim less than 16
years of age; pretrial 5/1.
Juan Antonio Casarez: pled nolo


contendre; adjudication withheld;
sentenced to three years proba-
tion, '150 community hours, five-
page essay, DNA sample, random
UAs, SA evaluation and treatment
and all fines and costs.
Donna Elaine Cook: sale of
methamphetamine, possession of
controlled substance without pre-
scription, possession of marijuana,
possession of drug paraphernalia;
supplemental pretrial 3/4.
Clyde Corbin: battery/second or
subsequent offense; pretrial set
4/29.
Neatron L. Curry: possession of
controlled substance without pre-
scription; pretrial 4/29.
Teri Lois Danford: possession of
methamphetamine, unlawful pos-
session of listed chemicals, pos-
session or use of drug parapher-
nalia; supplemental pretrial 3/4.
Terry Jerome Davis: dealing in
stolen property; status 4/15; pretri-
al 4/29.
Willie Lee Davis: driving under the
influence (third violation in 10
years), flee attempt to elude
police, reckless driving, resist offi-
cer without violence; trial 3/24.
Jerry Lewis Devito: driving while
license suspended or
revoked/third or subsequent
offense; supplemental pretrial 3/4.
Alan L Downs: grand theft; pretrial
4/29.
Billy Gene Duck Jr.: possession of
cocaine; continued.
Christopher Gilyard: sale of
cocaine; motion hearing 3/4; trial
3/24.
Jeffrey Michael Vincen Greene:
possession of marijuana with
intent to sell manufacture or deliv-
er; supplemental pretrial 3/4.
Sam Henry Griffin: deliver or dis-
tribute methamphetamine, chile
abuse without great harm, con-
tributing to delinquency of minor;
pretrial 3/4.
Corey James Guster: aggravated
assault with deadly weapon with-
out intent to kill; pretrial 4/29.
Charlotte A. Hammock: posses-
sion of methamphetamine, pos-
session of marijuana, possess or
sue drug paraphernalia; pretrial
4/29.
Christopher Joseph Hardrick: sale
of cocaine, possession of cocaine;
pretrial 4/29.
Samantha Hardrick: sale of
cocaine, passing a forged or
altered instrument; pretrial 4/29.
Zachary Alan Ray Harris: possess
controlled substance without pre-
scription, destroy evidence, tamp-
er with or fabricate; trial 3/24.
Terry Earl Hartwell: smuggle con-
traband into prison inmate; pretrial
4/29.
Ronald Harvey: second degree
arson, burn with intent to injure or
defraud insurer; pretrial 4/29.
Stephen Lee Hinkle: resist officer
with violence; pretrial 4/29.
Alexander Jermaine Jackson: sale
of copine within 1,000 of worship
or business; pretrial 4/29.
Donna Angela Jenkins: posses-
sion of marijuana, possess or use
drug paraphernalia; pretrial 4/29.
Kecia Nicole Watford Johnson:
unarmed burglary of unoccupied
structure; pretrial 4/29.
Benjamin R. Jones: aggravated
battery on pregnant woman; trial
3/24.


Erick Jones: unarmed burglary of
unoccupied structure, criminal
mischief, petit theft; trial 3/24.
Jacqueline Jones: neglect child
without great harm; pretrial 4/29.
Ursula Takara Jones: driving while
license suspended (habitual
offender), possession of marijua-
na, resist officer without violence;
pled nolo contendre; adjudication
withheld; sentenced to 12 hour
driving course, letter of apology to
officer, DNA sample, SA evalua-
tion/treatment, obtain valid drivers
license, be gainfully employed or
10 applications weekly, all costs
and fines, 150 hours community
service, three years probation,
concurrent.
Michael Ray Land: unarmed bur-
glary of unoccupied structure;
supplemental pretrial 3/4.
Anette Renee Lee: aggravated
battery to cause bodily harm or
disability, battery; continued.
William Walter March Jr.: pled nolo
contendre; adjudicated guilty; sen-
tenced to all fines and costs,150
hours community service, one
year community control, DNA
sample, random UAs, SA evalua-
tion and treatment, gainfully
employed or 10 job applications
weekly, five-page essay, zero toler-
ance.
Frank Lawrence McDaniel: pled
nolo contendre; adjudication with-
held on count one, adjudicated
guilty on count wo; sentenced to
five years probation, 150 hours
community service, all fines and
costs, restitution paid in one year,
letter of apology, five-page essay,
random UAs, DNA sample, no
contact with victim or property,
gainful employment or 10 job
applications weekly, concurrent.
John David Shawn McDougald:
pled guilty on all counts; sen-
tenced to three years probation,
150 hours community service; all
fines and costs, DNA sample, ran-
dom UAs, SA evaluation/treat-
ment, five-page essay, concurrent.
Courtney Lyn Merrow: resist prop-
erty recovery-retail
merchant/farmer; continued.
Otto Anthony Mierzejewski: distrib-
uting marijuana on or within 1,000
of school; trial set 3/24; status for
4/29.
Otto Anthony Mierzejewski: armed
burglary of structure; status 3/24;
pretrial 4/29.
James Eugene Miller Jr.: lewd and
lascivious battery on victim 12 15
years of age; kidnapping; pretrial
3/11.
Jonathan Jack Morgan: assault on
officer, firefighter, EMT; supplemen-
tal pretrial 3/11.
Jason Lee Mount: aggravated
assault with intent to commit
felony, battery, driving while license
suspended canceled or revoked;
supplemental pretrial 3/11.
Jeremy Lee Mullins: possession of
marijuana, child abuse without
great harm; motion hearing 4/15.
Thomas Jeremy Nelson: traffic in
amphetamine, possession of
cocaine with intent to sell deliver;
supplemental pretrial 3/4.
Bradley Christian Olson: pled nolo
contendre: adjudication withheld;
sentenced to three years proba-
tion, 12-hour driving course, obtain
valid drivers license, 150 hours
community service, random UAs,


gainful employment or 10 job
application weekly, DNA sample.
Matthew Thomas Pate: pled nolo
contendre on all counts; adjudicat-
ed guilty; sentenced to five years
probation, maximum 12 years six
months prison, six month county
jail with credit for time served, all
costs and fines, make restitution,
random UAs, SA evaluation/treat-
ment, not to be on St, Marys Road
or in company of or possess, DNA
sample, drivers license suspended
one year, concurrent.
Carvil Howard Perdue IIl: threaten
to discharge destructive device
(bomb); pretrial 3/11.
Chika Leonardo Person: cocaine
possession; motion hearing 3/11;
trial 3/24.
Boris Darrel Peterson: aggravated
assault with deadly weapon with-
out intent to kill (three counts),
deliver/ possess/ sell altered
firearm pretrial 4/29.
Joseph Peterson: aggravated
assault with deadly weapon with-
out intent to kill (two counts); pre-
trial 4/29.
Robert Lee Peterson: pled nolo
contendre; adjudicated guilty; sen-
tenced to two years, six months
prison, all fines and costs and civil
judgments, drivers license sus-
pended for two years, credit for
time served, DNA sample.
Thomas Benard Peterson: driving
while license suspended or
revoked (habitual offender); pretrial
4/29.
Dallas Avant Pettis: driving while
license suspended or revoked-
third or subsequent offense; sup-
. plemental pretrial 3/11.
Glenda Louis Pettus: pled nolo
contendre; adjudication withheld;
sentenced to one year drug
offender probation; random UAs,
two ads of apology/public appear-
ance, DNA sample, all costs and
fines, five years probation, 150
years probation.
Tina Pierce: possession of cocaine
with intent to
sell/manufacture/deliver (two
counts); pretrial 4/29.
Teddy Bruce Polston: possession
of cocaine; trial 3/24.
Joshua Lee Albert Pyfrom: obtain
controlled substance by fraud,
armed burglary of structure, grand
larceny of firearm, grand theft; pre-
trial 4/29.
Laura Ann Rainer: possession of
cocaine, unlawful possession of
listed chemicals, possess or use
drug paraphernalia, possession of
methamphetamine; supplemental
pretrial 3/22; trial 3/24.
Ashley April Register: unlawful
possession of listed chemicals;
supplemental pretrial 3/4.
Kyle Martin Register: possession
of listed chemicals with intent to
manufacture controlled substance,
possession of controlled sub-
stance without prescription (two
counts), possession of marijuana,
possess or use drug paraphema-
lia, resist officer without violence;
pretrial 4/29.
Yvette Marie Richards: fraud/illegal
use of credit card (three counts);
sentencing 3/11.
Jeremiah Gerrod Riley: sale of
cocaine; pretrial 4/29.
Michael Lewis Roberts: armed
burglary of dwelling (two counts),
grand theft (two counts), grand lar-


ceny of firearm; pretrial 4/29.
Johnny Ray Sapp: possession of
controlled substance without pre-
scription; motion hearing 3/11.
Joseph Russell Schmitt: battery on
elected official/education/DCF
contract employee, stalking/cyber-
stalk, trespassing on school
grounds, contempt of court on
domestic violence; pretrial 5/1.
Matthew Sylvester Schriefer: driv-
ing while license suspended or
revoked/habitual offender; supple-
mental pretrial 3/4.
Mary Williams Schroeder: battery
touch or strike, assault on
officer/firefighter/EMT, resist officer
without violence, make false 911
calls; pretrial 4/29.
Jason Sterling Shipes: possession
of cocaine, possess or use para-
phernalia, resist officer without vio-
lence, possession of controlled
substance without prescription;
pretrial 4/29.
Christopher Simmons: sale of
cocaine; pretrial 4/29.
Arthur Lee Sisson Jr.: premeditat-
ed murder-homicide willful kill; pre-
trial 4/29; trial 7/28.
Stacy Leon Smith: pled nolo con-
tendre; adjudication withheld;
sentenced to three years proba-
tion, 150 hours community serv-
ice, DNA sample, two years drug
offender probation, random UAs,
SA evaluation/treatment, five-
page essay, gainful employment
or 10 job applications weekly, all
fines and costs, min/max 2
month, 24 days county jail with
credit for one month, 24 days
time served.
Michael Randolph Sparks: pled
nolo contendre on all counts;
adjudicated guilty; sentenced to
six years, six months, three days
prison, credit three months and
three days for time served, DNA
sample, drivers license revoked
for one year, all costs and fines.
Joseph D. Spence: flee attempt
to elude law enforcement officer,
driving while license suspended
or revoked/habitual; VOP hearing
set 3/11; trial 3/24.
Winston Terry Spencer: pled nolo
contendre; adjudication withheld
on count one; sentenced to three
years probation, 150 hours com-
munity service, DNA sample, ran-
dom UAs, SA evaluation/treat-
ment, all fines and costs, five-
page essay, gainfully employed or
10 job applications; adjudicated
guilty on count two; sentenced to
one year probation and costs and
fines, concurrent.
Jamie Michelle Spires: pled nolo
contendre; adjudicated guilty;
sentenced to five years probation;
drug offender probation first year;
150 hours community service;
drivers license suspended for two
years; all costs and fines; order of
restitution, DNA sample, SA eval-
uation/treatment; two ads of apol-
ogy with photo; random UAs.
Daniel Jason Stanley: pled nolo
contendre: adjudicated guilty; sen-
tenced to five years reporting pro-
bation, one year drug offender
probation, 100 hours community
service, drivers license revoked for
two years, all costs and fines, zero
tolerance, DNA sample, random
UAs, gainful employment or 10 job
applications a week, concurrent.
Christophe Kinte Staten: sale of


cocaine; trial set 3/24.
Macon David Stewart: armed
trespass on property, possess or-
use drug paraphernalia, give false
information to law enforcement
officer; pretrial 4/29.
Ashley Street: hit and run fail to
stay at crash involving injury; sup-
plemental pretrial 3/4.
Jimmie Ronnie Tindall: posses-
sion of controlled substance with-
out prescription; pretrial 4/29. .
Jenna Leigh Tolin: possession of,
cocaine; trial 3/24.
Roberta Karen Walker: posses-
sion of cocaine with intent to sell
manufacture deliver; pretrial 4/29.'
Timothy Earl Watford: pled nolo
contendre; adjudicated withheld;
sentenced to one year and six
month probation, all fines and
costs, DNA sample, 150 hours
community service, domestic vio-
lence program, rape crisis pro-
gram, no violent contact with vic-
tim, gainfully employed or 10 job'
applications.
Violet Elaine Watkins: producing
marijuana; pretrial 4/29.
Jonathan Curtis Wilson: pretrial
continued.
Brandon Shane Wise: pled nolo
contendre; adjudicated guilty;
sentenced to three years eight
months and 12 days in prison
with credit for time served, all
costs and fines and civil judg-
ment, DNA sample.
Fred Eugene Wright IIIl: pretrial
continued.
Randy Jay Young: trafficking in
amphetamine/methamphetamine,
unlawful possession of listed
chemicals; possess or use drug
paraphernalia; motion hearing
3/11; trial 3/24.

Plea Hearing:
Jesse F. Alsobrooks: discharge
missile into dwelling vehicle build-
ing or aircraft; pretrial 4/29.
Robert Lee Peterson: pled. nolo
contendre; sentenced to two
years six months in prison with
credit for time served, drivers
license suspended for two years,-
all fines and costs, DNA sample.
Andrew Lynn Steinach: distribute,
marijuana on or within 1,000 feet
of school; trial 3/24.

Status Hearing:
Britney Elizabeth Berringer: unnat-
ural and lascivious act; continued.
Joel Kenneth Redmon: flee
attempt to elude law enforcement
officer; continued.
VOP Hearing:
Percell Conner: reckless driving,
refuse DUI test after license sus-
pended, driving while license sui
pended or revoked, hit and run
leave scene involving damage to
property; notice to appear.

Preliminary Hearing:
Terry Jerome Davis: sale or deliv-.
ery of controlled substance, pos--
session of cocaine with intent to
sell/deliver; evidentiary 4/15; sta-
tus 4/29.
Supplemental Pretrial:
Kenneth Jerome Hall: possession
of cocaine, possession of mari-
juana; continued to 3/11.
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Billy Gene Duck, Jr.: judicial order
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MARRIAGES/
DIVORCES

DIVORCE APPLICATIONS
The following information
was taken from records at
the Washington County
Courthouse of unfinalized,
recorded divorce actions
from April 5 to April 16,
2008.
April 11, Lee Dell Kennedy
vs Pamela Francis
Kennedy.
April 16, Barbara Ann Scott
vs Robin Lee Scott.
MARRIAGE LICENSE
INFORMATION
The following information
was taken from wedding
license applications issued
by the clerk's office at the
Washington County
Courthouse April 1 to
April 15, 2008.
April 2, William Daniel
Seay and Crystal Renee
Magrath.
April 4, Marc Anthony
Randolph and Katrena
Larrissa Massaline.
April 9, Horace Jay Parmer
III and Tamara Grubbs
Newton.
April 14, David James
Parsons and Susan Ann
Porter.


Helping Relay for Life at WHTC


The Administrative Assistant
Program from Washington-Holmes
Technical Center raised $373.00 during
a one-day car wash for WHTC's Relay
for Life Team for the American Cancer
Society, according to a news release.
The class decided to adopt a different
charity every nine-weeks after their
instructor, Sharon Peters, designed a
team learning activity in which the
students developed a mock fund-raising
*event for a charity of their choice
complete with a publicity campaign,
invitations, and activities such as


dinners, dances, cruises, and auctions.
Each team made a presentation of
their event and independent judges
selected the class winner.
The students became so personally
involved in researching their team
charities that many of the presentations
were extremely touching and
emotional.
When Peters discussed the possibility
of making their altruistic ideas a reality,
the students were eager to contribute
to their community and selected
charities.


New Cato store opens April 30


Cato opens its newest
store Wednesday, April 30,
in Chipley, according to a
news release sent Thursday.
The new store is located by
the Wal-Mart Super Center
at 1611 Main Street (just off
Interstate 10).
Cato is a leading specialty
retailer of value-priced
women's fashion apparel,
shoes and accessories offer-
ing exclusive fashions in the
newest styles, colors and fab-
rics. Committed to high
quality and low prices every
day, the stores feature fash-
ion styles in sizes 4 to 26 and
girls' sizes 7 to. 16. Fresh,
new styles are delivered to
all stores every week.
"With exclusive styles, on-
trend fashions and low
prices every day, our cus-
tomers can always find their
statement of style while
enjoying their shopping
experience at Cato. We are


excited about the opening of
our new store in Chipley,"
said John Cato, Chairman,
President and Chief Execu-
tive Officer.
Patty Butler of Geneva,
Ala. will manage the new
store. As store manager,
Butler's responsibilities
include assisting customers
in wardrobe selection and
creating an easy shopping
experience with color-coor-
dinated visual presentations.
The Cato Corporation is a
leading specialty retailer of
value-priced women's fash-
ion apparel operating three
store brands "Cato," "It's
Fashion" and "It's Fashion
Metro" with more than
1,300 stores in 32 states.
There are 63 Cato
stores located throughout
Florida. Additional informa-
tion on The Cato
Corporation is available at
www.catofashions.com


Public hearing on Blockbuster
video expansion April 24


The City of Chipley's
Planning and Zoning
Commission will conduct a
public hearing 9 a.m. Thurs-
day, April 24, in the Chipley
City Hall council chambers,
1442 Jackson Avenue.
Purpose of the hearing is
to review and consider a


land use compliance to
allow the construction of a
4,900 square foot building
and paving addition to the
existing Blockbuster video
retail store located at 1695
Main Street in Chipley.
For more information
call 638-6350.


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Just a few of the upcoming events
in your community:
"Music Man" at Chipley High School
Friday & Saturday, April 25 & 26, 7pm
Chipley High School students perform The
Music Man in the school auditorium. Take the
family for an evening of great entertainment.
Add to Calendar
Chipley High School, Chipley

Archery Tournament
Saturday, April 26, 4pm
Outdoor Unlimited Archery Tournament spon-
sored by First Baptist in Bonifay. Amateurs
only. Coon Shoot to follow. Add to Calendar
First Baptist Church of Bonifay, Bonifay

"Saturday the 14th"
Saturday, April 26, 7pm
Vernon High School advanced drama class,
spring production, play is a paradody of hor-
ror film Friday the 13th. Everyone invited to
come out and enjoy the play.
Vernon High School, Vernon


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Miss Watermelon pageant
The annual Watermelon Queen pageant will be held June 7 at the
Washington County Agricultural Center on State 90 in Chipley.
Queens will be crowned in 11 age groups from birth through
22 years of age, First and second alternates, as well as winners of Most
Photogenic and Sponsorship in each category, will receive a large
trophy and a custom-made satin banner.
Queens will received a large trophy, banner, T-shirt and crown, and
will carry the title of Watermelon Queen 2008 for the following year.
Because this is a benefit pageant, the Overall Sponsorship winner will
receive a large crown, 'satin banner and three-foot trophy.
The Teen Miss and Miss Watermelon winners may go on to
compete at the state level. Proceeds from pageant fees, program
sales, concessions and admissions all go to benefit the Tri-County
Community Council's Toys for Tots program. This program
helps provide Christmas gifts and holiday meals each year for
underprivileged families across the Panhandle.
Applications may be picked up at Carolyn's Fashions on Railroad
Avenue in Chipley. More information at 638-8386.
'A Day in the Park'
Washington County Arts Council will host its first ever 'A Day in the
Park" festival at Shivers Park in Chipley, on April 26 from 10 a.m. to
4 p.m. There will be music and entertainment, vendors, performers, an
art show and craft activities for all to enjoy,
This event is funded in part by the Washington County Tourist
Development Council.
Miss T.J. Roulhac pageant
The first Miss TJ. Roulhac pageant for young ladies ages 3-18 years
of age will be held Saturday April 26 at 6:30 p.m. in the cafeteria at
T J Roulhac Enrichment & Activity Center.
Admission is $5 for adults and $2 for children.
For more information call Cynthia Wynn, Pageant coordinator at
415-6262 (home) or 638-2115(work).


'Action at
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'Three of a


kind' at KMS

Baby Bear was missing, and the Bears were
ostracized by the other groups of three at
Kate M. Smith Elementary. The search
began and everyone from musketeers, to
geishas, to three little pigs hunted high and
low to find Baby Bear in "Three of a Kind,"
the annual kindergarten musical at KMS
held last week.



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2B Wednesday, April 23, 2008 0 Washington County News


Madison LeAnn Peel,
Madison LeAnn Peel, daughter of
Josh and Amanda Peel, turned two on
March 31.
SShe celebrated her big day with lots of
family and friends at her carnival-themed
party complete with games, prizes, a
bounce house, pony rides, a mechanical
S'"bull and even a clown.
S.Her maternal grandparents are Carl and
Wanda Owens of Chipley and great-grand-
S 7 mother is Maitland Owens also of Chipley.
Her paternal grandparents are Sheldon
and Patti Peel of Chipley and her
great-grandmothers are Ruth Fielding and
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The families of Brandi M.
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announce their engagement
and upcoming marriage.
She is the daughter of
Reno Smith Jr., and grand-
daughter of Lenora and Len
Campbell, and the late Reno
Smith Sr., all of Westville.
Patrick is the son of Deb-
bie and Howard Culley of
Taylor, Ala. His grandpar-
ents are Mr. and Mrs. James
Dee of Bonifay, and the late
Jean Dee of Maryville, Tenn.
The bride-elect is a 2002
graduate of Ponce de Leon
High School. She completed
the Practical Nursing Pro-
gram at WHTC in 2006, and
is employed by Family
Healthcare of Chipley and
DaVita dialysis as an LPN.
The future groom is a 1997
graduate of Holmes County
High School. He completed
the State Fire certification
through Chipola College in
2001 and is a member of the
Westville VFD. Patrick
is employed at Cinch
Underground as a foreman.
The couple will exchange
vows 2 p.m. Saturday, May
17, at First Baptist Church in
Bonifay. No local invitations
will be sent. All family and
friends are invited to attend
the wedding and the
reception which will follow
immediately in the church
fellowship hall.
The couple will make
their home in Westville
where they have purchased a
house.


Maione-McCullough engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Alphonso Maione of Old Bethpage, N.Y.,
announce the engagement of their daughter, Michele, of
Charlotte, N.C., to Thomas Joel McCullough, also of
Charlotte.
The bride-elect is granddaughter of Joseph Rinaldo of
the Bronx, N.Y. and the late Gladys Rinaldo, and the late
Frank and Rachel Maione.
She is a 2001 graduate of St. Dominic's High School in
Oyster Bay, N.Y., and a 2005 graduate of Gardner Webb
University where she received a BA in American sign
language.
Michele was a member of Phi Beta Kappa Honor
Society and graduated Cum Laude.
She is employed with the Mecklenburg School System
as a Special Education teacher of students with autism,
and will receive her masters degree from UNC-Charlotte,
in the spring of 2008.
The future bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Rickey D. McCullough of Bainbridge, Ga.
He is the grandson of Fred and Celedia Howell of
Bonifay, and the late Henry and Emma McCullough of
Pell City, Ala.
T.J. is a 2002 graduate of Chipley High School and a
2007 graduate of Gardner Webb University with a BA in
business administration. He was point guard for the
Running Bulldogs and was MVP for the 2004-05 and
2005-06 seasons.
T.J. is employed with S treet ard alith Sports Journals
as a marketing and circulation representative.
The wedding is planned for 4:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 3, at
St. Pius Catholic Church in Plainview, N.Y. A reception,
dinner and dance will follow at Woodbfiry Country Club
in Woodbury, N.Y.


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CLOSED: Wausau Ubrary.
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.-Holmes County Ubrary open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Ubrary open.
1 p.m. to 6 p.m,-Vernon Ubrary open
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes Council on Aging provides hot meals
and socialization.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located in Chipley) senior
lunches, for reservations call 638-6217, donations accepted.
12 noon-Bonifay Kiwanis Club meeting, held at Blitch's Restau-
rant, located in Bonifay.
1 p.m. Une dancing, Washington Council on Aging in Chipley
7 p.m.-Depression and Bipolar Support Group-meets at First
Baptist Church educational annex building in Bonifay Call 547-
4397.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting, held at Ponce de
Leon Methodist Church, located on Main Street in Ponce de Leon.
THURSDAY, APRIL 24
CLOSED: Vernon Ubrary
8 a.m.-Holmes County Ubrary open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Ubrary open.
1 p.m.-6 p.m.-Wausau Ubrary open.
7 a.m.-Holmes County Chamber of Commerce breakfast
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes Council on Aging provides hot meals
and socialization.
10:30-11 a.m.-Chipley Ubrary preschool storylime.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located in Chipley) senior
lunches, for reservations call 638-6217, donations accepted.
Noon-Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting, New Life Assembly
Fellowhship Hall, Chipley.
1 p.m.-Washington County Commission meeting.
6 p.m,-TOPS meeting, held at Mt. Olive Baptist Church, located
three miles north of Bonifay on Hwy. 79.
6:15 p.m. The Washington/Holmes Autism Support Group meet
at Woodmen of the World in Chipley. Children are welcome. Call
547-3173
6:30-8 p.m.- "Journeys: Finding Your Way Through Grief" meet-
ing, at Bonifay Nursing and Rehab Center.
8 p.m,-Narcotics Anonymous meeting, held at Blessed Trinity
Catholic Church in Bonifay
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at New Hope Volun-
teer Fire Station, located on Hwy. 2 in Holmes County.
FRIDAY, APRIL 25
CLOSED: Wausau Ubrary
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes County Ubrary open.
1 p.m. to 6 p.m.-Vemon Ubrary open
9:30 a.m.-1 p.m.-Chipley Ubrary open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Homes Council on Aging provides bingo, exer-
cise, games, activities, hot meals and socialization.
11 am.-Washington Council on Aging (located in Chipley) senior
lunches, for reservations call 638-6217, donations accepted.
3:30-4:30 p.m.-Holmes County Tobacco Prevention and
Education Program at Holmes County Health Department is
looking for individuals to join our Holmes County Tobacco
Free Partnership to make a difference in our community. Call
Kay Warden at 547-8500 ext. 267.


Morris-Cushman
wedding
William Chance Mor-
ris and Susan Marie
Cushman were married
on Saturday, April 5 in a
ceremony at St. Andrews u*
State Park in Panama
City Beach.
The bride is the daugh-
ter of Paul and Viola
Cushman of West Bay.
The groom is the son
of Randy Morris of I
Wausau and Penny
Morris of Panama City
Beach.
The couple attended
Arnold High School in
Panama City Beach, and
are both employed at
MOrris Saw Mill in
Wausau.
The couple plans to
make their home in
Wausau.

Saunders-Dampier wedding
Rachel Lora Saunders and Greg Mitchell
Dampier, both of Nashville, Tenn., were
united in marriage on March 15, at Bonifay
First Assembly of God. The Rev. John
Chance and Dr. Jerry Homer officiated the
ceremony. A reception was held at Waits
Mansion.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Bartow "Bill" William Saunders Jr. of
Dothan, formerly of Bonifay. She is the grand-
daughter of Syble Saunders and the late Bar-
tow Saunders, Gladys Alexander, and the late
Tup McWaters. Sanders is a magna cum laude
graduate of Oral Roberts University and high
honors graduate of Holmes County High
School. She owns her own real estate invest-
ment business and is a Christian singer.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and MIs.
Mitchell Dampier of Hartsville, S.C. and the
grandson of the late Coker and Winnie
Dampier and the late Henry and Louise Peny.
Dampier is a magna cuun laude graduate of
Winthrop University and received a master's
degree in music from Belmont University. He
is a professional musician and producer.
The bride wore a white and diamond white
Mori Lee princess gown, encrusted with several
hundred pearls, crystals and rhinestones. The
train of her gown was embellished with her
grandmother's antique crystal pendant. Her veil
was etched in matching jewels. Her tiara was a
replica of Princess Diana's. The bride carried a
bouquet of pink roses and white hydrangea.
The maid of honor was Renee Horton of
Nashville. Bridesmaids were Jai Guiden of
Tulsa, Okla., Sheny Deresky and Heather
Kennedy, both of Washington, D.C., Anissa
Andrews of Panama City, Morgan Dampier of
Hartsville, S.C. and Kimn Bass of Edenton, N.C.
Flower girls were Lauren Saunders, of


7 p.m. Slocomb VFW dance until 10 p.m. Music by the Coun-
try Boys. Admission $5; Children 12 and under free with parents.
No smoking or alcohol. Door prizes and 50/50 giveaways.
Refreshments available.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting, held at Presbyter-
ian Church in Chipley.
SATURDAY, APRIL 26
CLOSED: Wausau Ubrary
8 a.m.-12 noon-Holmes County Ubrary open.
9 a.m.-12 noon-Vernon Ubrary open.
9 a.m.-12 noon-Chipley Ubrary open.
8 p.m.-Alcholics Anonymous meeting, held at Bonifay
Methodist Church, Oklahoma Street, Bonifay.
SUNDAY, APRIL 27
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held in the board room
at Graceville-Campbellton Hospital Boardroom, Graceville.
4-6 p.m.-Conversational English classes for internationals, held
at Shiloh Baptist Church. Contact church office, 638-1014 or
Karma Cook, 638-8418.
MONDAY, APRIL 28
CLOSED: Holmes County Ubrary, Vernon Ubrary, Wausau
Ubrary.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Ubrary open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes Council on Aging provides bingo,
exercise, games, activities, hot meals and socialization.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located in Chipley)
senior lunches, for reservations call 638-6217, donations
accepted.
6 p.m 7:30 p.m.-Salvation Army Domestic Violence and
Rape Crisis Program (SADVP) will be hosting a domestic vio-
lence support group each Monday. The meeting will be held
at the SADVP Rural Outreach office at 1461 S. Railroad
Avenue, apartment one, in Chipley Call Emma or Jess at 415-
5999.
6:30-8:30 p.m.-Conversational English classes for internation-
als, held at Shiloh Baptist Church. Contact church office, 638-
1014 or Karma Cook, 638-8418.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, Blessed Trinity Catholic
Church, located on Hwy, 177A, Bonifay
TUESDAY, APRIL 29
CLOSED: Holmes County Ubrary.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Ubrary open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vemon Ubrary open.
1 p.m.-6 p.m.-Wausau Ubrary open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes Council on Aging provides hot meals
and socialization.
11 am.-Washington Council on Aging (located in Chipley) sen-
ior lunches, for reservations call 638-6217, donations accepted.
Noon-Chipley Kiwanis Club meeting.
.Noon-Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting, New Life Assem-
bly Fellowhship Hall, Chipley.
6 p.m.-Holmes County Commission meets last Tuesday
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous closed meeting, held at Presby-
terian Church in Chipley.
8 p.m.-Narcotics Anonymous meeting, held at Blessed Trinity
Catholic Church in Bonifay.


Marianna and Rachel Deresky, from Wash-
ington, D.C. Ring bearer was Will Saunders
from Marianna. The Bible bearer, Dylan
Saunders, from Clennont carried his great
grandmother's Bible.
Best man was the groom's father, Mitchell
Dampier. Other groomsmen were Chris Hon-
eycutt, from Myrtle Beach, S.C., Brian White-
head, and Wilbur Thompson, both from Rock
Hill, S.C., Chris King, Conway, S.C., Dr. W
Steven Saunders of Clermont and Shannon
Saunders of Marianna. Serving as ushers were
Donovan Saunders and R. Bryan Pratz.
The groom's parents hosted the rehearsal
dinner. After a honeymoon in Cancun, the
couple will continue to make their home in
Nashville.

Layla Annagail Showalter
Don and Maria Showalter are pleased to
announce the birth of their first child, Layla
Annagail. Layla was born Nov. 19 at South-
east Alabama Medical Center in Dothan, Ala.
She weighed seven pounds and was 20 1/4
inches long. Her maternal grandparents are
Patti and Sheldon Peel, great-grandmothers
are Ruth Fielding and Myrtle Peel, all of
Chipley. Her paternal grandparents are Lou
Ann and Scott Showalter and great-grandparents
are Donald Harksen of Crestview and Laura
and Donald Showalter of Ft. Walton.
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Wednesday, April 23, 2008 -


Methodist 'Jewels'


Jesus Christ



is everything


he United Methodist Women's Circle
of First United Methodist Church in
Bonifay met Monday, April 14, at the
Fig Tree Bed and Breakfast Inn in
Bonifay. Hostess for the meeting was
Jane Segrest.
Approximately 20 ladies enjoyed a lunch of
chicken salad, dressing, a roll, and chocolate cake
served and prepared by Joanne Foxworth, owner of
the Fig Tree Bed and Breakfast and a Bonifay city
council member.
The program was based on the scripture,
Zechariah 9:16-17, "The Lord their God will save
them on that day as the flock of his people. They will
sparkle in his land like jewels in a crown. How


Love


If I've heard it once I've heard it a
thousand times, "God loves
everyone."
But when that statement is made it
normally makes me very'
uncomfortable because I normally
have the feeling that I am in the
presence of a person who has never
read their Bible and who does not
have a personal relationship with
God through His Son Jesus Christ.
The first reason that I cringe when
someone says "God loves everyone"
is because normally they are
defending an immoral act or attitude
of someone. In doing so they are
trying to justify their personal belief
without truly taking what God has
said into consideration. They are
adding to the scripture, which is
God's word to His children, to which
there is a warning. allowed
In The Revelation of Jesus Christ and the
chapter 22, verse 18 it says, "For I for a se
testify unto every man that heareth If on
the words of the prophecy of this will soc
book, If any man shall add unto love" b
these things, God shall add unto him things t
the plagues that are written in this says tha
book:" So my question is, "Where in 1:14 sta
the Bible does it say that God loves feasts v
everyone?" people
It does say in Second Corinthians and the
9:7, that God loves a cheerful giver, that G(
But I don't quite think that includes people
everyone, and besides that, Paul was that co
addressing his statement to the especia
church, not everyone. Also in First most p
John 4:8 and 4:16, John states that and gar
"God is Love" which is actually a I thil
description of who He is, not what what G
He does. John 3:16 helps us 6:16-19
understand what it means to be loved doth tl
by God in that it says, "For God so an aboi
loved the world, that He gave his look, a
only begotten Son, that whosoever innoce:
believeth in him should not perish, that de
but have everlasting life" (KJV). In (imagir
that verse did you see the key to runnin,
Gods love, in love God gave the speaks
most precious possession He had, discord
His Son. Paul de
But nowhere does it say He forced God ha
His love on anyone and everyone, 1:18-32
His love must be received because it the wo
is a gift of Himself. the lus
The truth that most people do not lusting
want to admit is that God was not men (h
made for man, but man was made immor
for God. God made everything in the and so
universe, but He desired a creation covetot
that would love Him because they murde
desired and chose to love Him back, biters,
not because they where created to do boaste:
so (much like a robot). So He disobe(


attractive and beautiful they will be." Dianne Rich,
who gave the program, had asked that ladies attend
the meeting adorned in all kinds of "jewels" jewelry
of any kind to illustrate the scripture and to have
some fun. Some of the most "adorned ladies" are
shown in the photo. In business conducted at the
meeting, the ladies voted to donate money to help
buy T-shirts for the children for Vacation Bible School
and to help pay the expenses of a summer youth
worker. The president of the UMW is Dianne Smith.
The circle meets the second Monday of each
month, except during the summer months. For
further information about the circle or joining the
circle, please call Brenda Alford at the Bbnifay
Methodist Church office, 547-3785.


is


,T he

Heart
Tim Hall


d man to choose between Him
t pleasure of sin, immoralities
eason.
.e will read their Bible they
on discover that yes "God is
ut that God also hates many
that people do. Malachi 2:16
at God hates divorce. Isaiah
rates that God hates appointed
which apply to holidays where
celebrate things of the earth
e universe. Psalm 11:5 tells us
od hates the wicked and
who love violence (Boy, does
ver a wide spectrum,
illy as we look at what the
opular TV programs, songs
mes of the day are).
nk the wise Solomon describes
3od hates best in Proverbs
9 as he says, "These six things
ie Lord hate: Yes, seven are
mination unto Him: A proud
lying tongue, hands that shed
nt blood (abortion), a heart
vises wicked plans
nations), feet that are swift in
g to evil, a false witness who
lies, and one who sows
I among brethren" (NKJV).
fines these abominations that
iates in more detail in Roman
2 where he lists the following:
rship of images of animals and
t of human body, women
after women and men after
homosexuality), sexual
ality (adultery, fornication,
forth), wickedness,
usness, maliciousness, envy,
r, strife, deceit, whispers, back-
haters of God, violent, proud,
rs, inventors of evil things,
dience to parents,


3od

undiscerning, untrustworthy,
unloving, unforgiving and
unmerciful.
Woo! What a list. The sad thing
that many forget, even today, is that
throughout history, because these
things that God hates where left
unchecked by the people, cities such
as Sodom and Gomorrah, and
nations such as the Great Roman
Empire fell and where destroyed.
The real beauty of it all is the
nature of God, that not only is He
love, He is also a jealous and Holy
God. Because of His nature He can
never allow those who commit these
abominations into His presence, and
because they, through their actions,
reject His love, He is forced by their
decisions to cast them into outer
darkness away from Him (Hell). But
because of His nature of love for the
world, and that He gave His Son that
everyone could be forgiven if they
would repent and turn from their
wicked ways, He continues to send
out the message of His love through
His messengers of the church and
tells us that we are to "Preach the
word! Be ready in season and out of
season.
Convince, rebuke, exhort, with all
long-suffering and teaching. For the
time will come when they will not
endure sound doctrine, but according
to their own desires, because they
have itching ears, they will heap up
for themselves teachers; and they will
turn their ears away from the truth,
and be turned aside to fables"
(Second Timothy 4:2-4 KJV). And
that is why I continue to take the
stand that I do.
Because God loved me and
forgave me of my sins and gave me
eternal life and because of His love
which now dwells in me, I love you
and desire that you also experience
His love by receiving Him as your
Lord and Savior as you repent and
turn from the things which are
destroying you.

This message has been brought to
you From the Heart of Tim Hall,
Senior Pastor, Gully Springs Baptist
Church, P.O. Box 745, Bonifay, FL
32425. Located:2824 U.S. 90 West,
three miles west of the light at
State 79. Sunday school 9:30 a.m.,
Morning Worship at 10:45, Evening
worship at 6 p.m., Wednesday Prayer
and Bible study for Adults, Youth
and Children 7 p.m. (850) 547-3920,
e-mail: timhall_2000@yahoo.com


Can you imagine what
our life would be without
Jesus Christ as our Savior?
Paul says in 1 Corinthians
15:17-19, that without
Christ being raised from the
dead our
life would
be futile.
We have so
many
wonderful
blessings
that come
through
Christ.
In
Matthew
11:28-30, we
see that
Christ gives
rest to those
who come Let
to him. In T
John 14:1-6,
we are told
he is the es
way the
truth and the
life. In Matthew 16:24-27,
we can read of how he is
the just judge and if we live
our life for him, he will give
us eternal life.
A wealthy man and his
son loved to collect rare
works of art. They had
everything in their collection,
from Picasso to Raphael.
They would often sit
together and admire the
great works of art.
When the Vietnam
conflict broke out, the son
went to war. He was very
courageous and died in
battle while rescuing another
soldier. The father was
notified and grieved deeply
for his only son. About a,
month later, just before
Christmas, there was a knock
at the door. A young man
stood at the door with a
large package in his hands.
He said, "Sir, you don't
know me, but I am the
soldier for whom your son
gave his life. He saved many
lives that day, and he was
carrying me to safety when a
bullet struck him in the heart
and he died instantly. He
often talked about you, and
your love for art.
The young man held out
his package. "I know this
isn't much. I'm not really a
great artist, but I think your
son would have wanted you
to have this. "The father
opened the package. It was a
portrait of his son, painted
by the young man. He stared
in awe at the way the soldier
had captured the personality
of his son in the painting.
The father was so drawn to
the painting that his own
eyes welled up with tears. He
thanked the young man and
offered to pay him for the
picture. "Oh, no sir, I could
never repay what your son
did for me. It's a gift."
The father hung the
portrait over his mantle.
Every time visitors came to
his home he took them to
see the portrait of his son
before he showed them any
of the other great works he
had collected.
The man died a few
months later. There was to
be a great auction of his
paintings. Many influential
people gathered, excited
over seeing the great
paintings and having an
opportunity to purchase one
for their collection. On the
platform sat the painting of
the son. The auctioneer
pounded his gavel. "We will
start the bidding with this


picture of the son. Who will
bid for this picture?"
There was silence. Then a
voice in the back of the room
shouted. "We want to see the
famous paintings. Skip this
one." But
the
auctioneer
persisted.

someone bid
for this
painting?
Who will
start the
bidding?
$100, $200?"
Another
voice
shouted



You Rembrandts.We
dGet on with the real bids!"n't ome
But still the auctionseethis
continued. "The sopainting. We
Finally, a voice came to see
tebb the Van
Goghs, the
Rembrandts.
Get on with the man real bids!"
But still the auctioneer
continued. "The son! The
son! Who'll take the son?"
Finally, a voice came from
the very back the masteroom. It
was the bid, wlong-timeogardener
of the man and his son. "I'll
give $10 for the painting."
Being a poor man, it was allded
he could afford. "We have
$10, who will bid $20?"
"Give it to him for $10.
Let's see the masters." 110
is the bid, won't someone bid-
$20?" The crowd was
becoming angry. They didn't
want the picture of the son.
They wanted the more
worthy investments for their
collections.
The auctioneer pounded
the gavel. "Going once,
twice, sold for $10!" A man
sitting on the second row
shouted. "Now lot's get on
callewith the collection!" The
auctioneer laid down his
gavel. "I'm sorry, the auction
is over."
"What about the
paintingson?"
"I am sorry. When I was
called to conduct this
auction, I was told of a secret
stipulation in the will. Iwas
not allowed to revealrthat
stipulation until this time.
Onlyears ago the painting of the son
.would be auctioned.
Whoever bought that
painting would inherit the
entire estate, including the
paintings. The you man who took
the son gets everything!"
God gave his son 2,000
years ago to wdie on a cruel
cross. Much like the
auctioneer, His message
today is, "That ye sh on,
who'll take the son?"
Because you see, whoever
takes the Son gets
everything.
1 Peter 2:21-25 says, "For
even hereunto were ye
called: because Christ also
suffered for us, leaving us an
exact judple,that ye should
follow his own steps: Who did nour

in his own bodouth: Who, whe
was reviled, reviled not
again; when he suffered, he
threatened not; but
committed himself to him
that judgeth righteously:

tree, that we, being dead to
sins, should live unto
righteousness: by whose
stripes ye were healed. For
ye were as sheep going
astray; but are now returned
unto the Shepherd and
Bishop of your souls."


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


.Contributed photo
Pictured from left to right are: Jane Segrest, Murl Howell, Joan Ausley, and Dianne Rich.


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Spring preview, beast feast and Homecomings


As Spring Preview Day drew
closer at The Baptist College of
Florida (BCF) in Graceville, the
faculty and staff checked every
detail to make sure prospective
students and their families would
have a day filled with exciting activ-
ities and leave having experienced
the college that is truly changing
the world.
Campus guests were given a
tour of the dorms followed by a
picnic lunch and fellowship time in
the courtyard.
According to prospective stu-
dent David Maguire, visiting the
campus was a tremendous worship
experience and affirmation of
where he should pursue his
degree. Over 200 people attended
preview day where two $500 schol-
arships were awarded and the
application fee was waived for all
of the students who applied that
day. For more information on The
Baptist College of Florida please
contact (800) 328-260, ext. 460.


New Hope
Baptist musical
The public in invited to join
members of New Hope Baptist
Church at 10:45 a.m. April 27 for a
program by the Rev. Art Hallett.
An accomplished and talented
musician and songwriter, Hallett
also is director of prison ministries
for Evangelism Explosion.
Joining him will be his wife, Jill.
They will minister through an awe-
some 15-member choir.
A country meal will be shared at
noon. New Hope Baptist is located


MINISTRY NEWS


Contributed photo
BCF Marketing staff members greet Kessler and Betsy
Newsom, Peyton Kirk, Bob Newsom and Carol Kirk from
Alabama as they arrive at The Baptist College of Florida for
Preview Day.


at 1954 Hwy. 2 in Westville.


'Beast feast'
A wild "Beast Feast" to benefit
a mission trip to Peru will be held
4-7 p.m. Saturday, April 26, at


Church will begin 10:30 a.m. April
27. Bro. Odis Whitehead will con-
duct morning services. The Light-
house Children's Choir will sing in
the morning and after lunch. There
will be services following lunch,
according to Pastor James Pate.


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 community
are invited to attend the celebration.
For additional information, contact
the church secretary, Sandra Cook
at 535-2426.


Spring Gospel sing
Moss Hill Methodist Church
will host a Spring Gospel Sing on
April 26. Lunch will be served at
11:30 a.m. with the sing starting at
1 p.m. The church is on State 277
in Washington County.


New Bethany
Homecoming
New Bethany Assembly of God
located at Hinson's Crossroads,
Vernon will be having Homecom-
ing May 4. Bro. Edward Smitter-
man will be the guest speaker.
Lunch will be in the fellowship hall
at 12:30 p.m. For more informa-
tion call Bro. Leon Jenkins at
(850) 773-3003.


Shiloh Baptist Church on State 277 Pleasant Grove
in Chipley. There will be good Abigail Freewill Baptist Baptist Homecoming
food and fellowship and a silent A
auction. The speaker, H.L. Homecoming Homecoming with Southern
"Gator" Brown, will have mounts Abigail Freewill Baptist Church gospel singing will be held 10 a.m.
and skins on display. of Vernon will host its annual Sunday, April 27, at Pleasant
Homecoming on Sunday, May 4. Grove Baptist Church, four miles

Poplar Head r The day will begin with Sunday north of Graceville on the
school at 10 a.m. followed with reg- Slocomb Highway.
Homecoming ular worship services led by former The Rev. Jack Faircloth is pas-
Homecoming at Poplar Head pastor, the Rev. Henry Matthews. tor. For more information, call
Independent Free Will Baptist Immediately after church there will 638-7029.


Pastor's anniversary
The New Hope New Hope Mis-
sionary Baptist Church in Two Egg
announces the pastor's 29th
anniversary for the Rev. L. V and
Sister Thelma Farmer.
The pastor's 29th Anniversary
celebration will kickoff with a semi-
formal banquet on April 26 at 6:30
p.m. in the dining hall.
A $10 donation will be accepted
at the door. The speaker for the
occasion will be Kevin Williams
from Tallahassee.
On Sunday, April 27, the Rev.
Michael Williams from Rock Hill
Baptist Church in Tallahassee will
deliver the 11 a.m. sermon.
Prior to the 3 p.m. service, dinner
will be served. The Rev. Henderson
and his St. Luke congregation are in
charge of the 3 p.m. service. Colors
for the day are pink and ivory.


Gap Pond sing
Gap Pond Free Will Baptist
Church will host its regular fellow-
ship sing on April 26, beginning at
6:30 p.m. A covered dish supper will
follow the sing


Southern gospel sing
A Southern gospel singing will be
held 6:30 p.m. April 26 at Welcome
Assembly of God in Dellwood. The
Spirit Filled Singers of Northwest
Florida will be featured.
The church is located on Blue
Springs Highway, o&t of Marianna.
Dr. Thomas Batts is the pastor.
For more information, call (850)
592-2773 or (850) 557-2378.


HOUSES OF WORSHIP


African Methodist Episcopal
Grant Tabernacle AME: 577 Martin
Luther King, Chipley. Pastor is the Rev.
Larry Brown.
New Bethel AME: Hwy, 90 in 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-
gleton.
St. Joseph AME: 1,401 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 Uoyd 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
Presley.
Little Rock Assembly of God: 1923
Hwy. 173, six miles north of Bonifay.
Live Oak Assembly of God: Just off
Hwy. 177-A north of Bonifay. Pastor'is the
Rev William Walker.
Mt. Olive Assembly of God: Hwy. 179-
A off Hwy. 2. Pastor Thomas Ealum Jr.
Mt. Pleasant Assembly of God: Hwy.
179-A, eight miles north of Westville. Pastor
is Terry A. Broome.
New Bethany Assembly of God: Shaky
Joe Road just off Hwy. 280 at Hinson's
Crossroads. Pastor is Leon Jenkins.
New Life Fellowship Assembly of God:
695 5th St., Chipley Pastor Vince Spencer
New Smyrna Assembly of God,
Adolph Whitaker Road six miles north of
Bonifay. The Rev. Josh Garner is pastor.
Northside Assembly of God: 1009 N
Rangeline St,, across from Bonifay Elemen-
tary. Pastor Edwin Bell.
Smith Chapel Assembly of God: 2549
Smith Chapel Road, just off Hwy. 177-A.
Pastor George Stafford.
Vernon Assembly of God Church:
3349 McFatter Avenue. Pastor is the Rev.
Wesley Hall.
Wausau Assembly, of God: Hwy. 77.
Pastor is Danny Burns.
Westville Assembly of God: Hwy 181
North. Pastor is Lavon Burke.
Winterville Assembly of God: Dog-
wood Lakes Road. Pastor Mitch Johnson.
Baptist
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
half-mile off Hwy. 81. Pastor is David Hidle.
Blue Lake Baptist: Southeast corner
where 1-10 and Highway 77 cross on the
lake.
Bonifay First Baptist: 311 N. Wauke-
sha, Pastor Shelley Chandler.
Bonifay Free Will Baptist: Corner of
Kansas Avenue and Oklahoma Street. Pas-
tor is Tim Schneider.
Caryville Baptist: 4217 Old Bonifay
Road. Pastor Aubrey Herndon.
Chipley First Baptist: 1300 South Blvd.
Pastor is Michael Orr.
Chipley First Free Will Baptist: 1387
South Blvd. Pastor is the Rev. Paul Smith.
Country Oaks Baptist: 574 Buckhorn
Blvd., 17 miles southeast of Chipley off
Orange
East Pittman Freewill Baptist: 1/2 mile
north of Hwy 2 on 179. Pastor is Herman
Sellers.
Eastside Baptist: Hwy. 277, Vernon.
Esto First Baptist: 1050 N Hwy 79.


Pastor is Ryan Begue.
Evergreen Missionary Baptist: Church,
Westville.
Gap Pond Free Will Baptist: 1980 Gap
Blvd. in Sunny Hills. Interim Pastor is the
Rev George Cooper.
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-
tor.
Leonia Baptist: Church is located in
northwest Holmes County. Pastor is Stacy
Stafford.
Lovewood Free Will Baptist: 1745
Lovewood Road, Cottondale. Pastor is
Henry Matthews.
Mt. Ararat Missionary Baptist: 1233
Old Bonifay Rd., Chipley. Pastor is Dr. H.G.
McCollough.
Mt. Zion Independent Baptist: Hwy 2,
one mile west of Hwy 79 in Esto. Pastor is
Steve Boroughs.
New Beginning Baptist: 1049 Sanders
Ave., Graceville. Pastor is Rudolph Dick-
ens.
New Concord Free Will Baptist: James
Paulk Road off Hwy. 177. Pastor James
Carnley,
New Hope Baptist: Intersection of
Hwys. 2 and 179A.
New Hope Missionary Baptist Church
(Two Egg), 3996 Wintergreen Road, Green-
wood.
New Orange Baptist: 782 Alford Road.
Pastor is Alcus Brock.
New Prospect Baptist: 761 New
Prospect Road, Chipley Pastor is Kermit
Soileau.
New Zion Baptist: Hwy. 177-A north of
Hwy. 2.
Noma Baptist: Hwy, 175 north of Hwy.
2.
Northside Baptist: Intersection of
Hwys. 81 and 90 in Ponce de Leon. Pastor'
is Ken Harrison.
Oakie Ridge Baptist: Corner of Orange
Hill and Gilbert's Mill roads, southeast of
Chipley,
Orange Hill Baptist: 3.6 miles east of
Wausau, off Pioneer Road at 3485 Gainer
Road. Pastor Phillip Gainer.
Orange Hill Missionary Baptist, 816
Sunday Rd., Chipley. Pastor if the Rev.
James Johns.
Piney Grove Free Will Baptist: 1783
Piney Grove Rd, south of Chipley. Pastor is
Tim Owen,
Pleasant Hill Free ,Will Baptist: 1900
Pleasant Hill Rd.
Poplar Head Independent Free Will
Baptist: Poplar Head Road. Pastor is the
Rev. James Pate,
Poplar Springs Baptist: 1098
Lovewood Road, Graceville. Pastor John
Howell.
Salem Free Will Baptist: 2555
Kynesville Road (Hwy. 276) between Cot-
tondale and Alford. Pastor is Donnie
Hussey
Sand Hills Baptist: 6758 Hwy. 77. Pas-
tor is T Keith Gann,
Shady Grove Baptist Church, 1955
Highway 177-A, Bonifay. Pastor, Tim Shu-
maker.
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-
ley.
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
Ave.
Lutheren
Grace Lutheran: Hwy. 90 East, Bonifay.
Interim pastor is Jerry Conley.
Catholic
Blessed! Trinity Catholic: Hwy. 177-A in
Bonifay.
St. Joseph the Worker Catholic: Hwy.
77 South, Chipley.
Church of Christ
Chipley Church of Christ: 1295 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
Dupree.
Episcopal
St. Matthew's Episcopal: Hwy. 90
West, Chipley. Vicar is Ward S. Clarke.
Holiness
Harris Chapel Holiness: Eight miles
north of Caryville on Hwy. 179. Pastors are
the Rev. Norman and Judy Harris.
Sweet Gum Holiness: 105 Corbin Rd.,
Cottondale.
Third United Holiness: 608 West 8th
Ave., Graceville. Pastor is Arthur Fulton.
Jehovah's Witnesses
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses:
'2048 Hwy. 77, Chipley,
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses:
Hwy. 90, Bonifay
Jewish
Temples are available in Dothan and
Panama City.
Islam
Mosque available in Blountstown.
Pentecostal
First United Pentecostal: 1816 Hwy. 90
W., Chipley Pastor is James Caudle.
First United Pentecostal: 2100 High-
way 90 West, Westville. Pastor Jason
Campbell.
Open Pond United Pentecostal: 1885
Hwy. 179-A, Westville. Pastor is -Ray
Connell.
Trinity Pentecostal Tabernacle: Hwy. 77
between Sunny Hills and Greenhead. 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
Caudle.
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.
Methodist
Bethlehem United Methodist: Hwy.
177, look for sign.
Bonifay United Methodist: Oklahoma
Street.
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 Ihe Revo Tom
Whiddon.
New Hope United Methodist: Stale
Road 79 soulh of Vernon.
Orange Hill United Methodist:
Sunday Road olff 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
Crossroads.
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 Uniled Methodist Hay. 77.
Presbyterian
Chipley First Presbyterian: Fifth Street
and Watts Avenue.
Sunny Hills Presbyterian: 3768 Country
Club Blvd. Pastor is the Rev. Ruth Hempel.
Other
Courts of Praise: 1720 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
Tidwell.
New Effort Church: New Effort Church
Road, Bonifay, Pastor is Brent Jones.
Christian Haven: Finch Circle,
Wausau. Pastor Carlos Finch.
Vernon Evangelistic: Hwy. 79. Pastor
Calvin Sherrouse.
White Double Pond: Pastor is Michael
Monk.
Liberty Church: Creek Road in Vernon.
Pastor is Dennis Boyett.
Graceville Community: 1005 E. Prim
Ave. Pastor Dale Worle .
The Word Church: 335 Alford Road,
Cottondale. Pastors are Buddy and Jeanne
Steele.
Grace & Glory Worship Center: 1328
Railroad Ave., Chipley. Pastor is Debbie
Williams.
House of Prayer Worship Center: 763
West Blvd. Pastor is Anthony B. McKinnie.
Northwest Florida Christian Church:
4465 Hwy. 77 (meets 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
Bias.
The Potter's Hands: Greenhead at
corner of Hwy, 77 and Pine Log Road.
Pastors are Robert and Sheila Smith.
Holmes Valley Community Church:
3550 Fanning Branch Road, Vernon, 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-
ham.
Johnson Temple First Born Holiness:
793 Orange St., Chipley.
New Faith Temple: 8,41 Orange -Hill
Rd. Evangelist Annie Holmes.
Christian Fellowship Center: Monroe
Shelfield Road, 10 miles south of Chipley
off SR 77. Paslor is Joseph W IH-larmon.
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, oil Hwy. 77 near Sunny
Hills. Pastor W,D. King.


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In the Bible, Jesus asked~Pete'hree times if he loved Him.
Peter pioclaimied to Jesus- l three times that he did, and
men\$1 tioned the third time, "Lord, you
.- know everything:you know that I love
you!" (John 21:15-17). This scripture
is sometimes explained by tying it
into the scripture in Luke, where Peter
denies Jesus three times. Even though
he denied Him, I am sure that Peter's
love for Jesus was strengthened after
proclaiming that he loved Him three
-. times. Perhaps when we are praying,
we should reinforce in our hearts how
much we love Jesus by telling Him
several times that we love Him, because we probably have also
denied Him in one way or another.
The Lord knows everything, and He knows who loves Him
even when we fail Him. However, when you profess your love
to God, you are strengthening your faith and trust in Him. God
returns our love on a continuing basis and His love for us is
everlasting. A simple triad prayer of,"l love you, Jesus, I love you,
Jesus, I love you, Jesus," strengthens our love and devotion for
our Savior and may be just what we need whenever we fall
short of His glory.
We love because God first loved us.
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V FEC youth tour winners


Submitted photos
Attending the 2008 State Youth Tour, from left are Joseph Brown, Bethlehem
High School; Haley Bozeman, Blountstown High School; Jessica Baxley,
Graceville High School; Dakota Davis, Ponce De Leon High School; Katrina
Messer, Altha High School; Sara English, Vernon High School; Allison
McDaniel, Sneads High School and Ryan Neal, Marianna High School.


W est Florida Electric
Cooperative (WFEC)
recently joined other
co-ops from across the
state in Tallahassee for
the 2008 State Youth Tour.
During this two-day trip to the Capitol,
local high school juniors chosen by their
principals and guidance counselors for
excellence, and whose parents or
guardians are members of WFEC, visited
the Supreme Court where they heard oral
arguments on a property dispute before
the justices and participated in a
Congressional Insight workshop
conducted by the National Rural Electric
Cooperative Association (NRECA).
The students also visited the Florida
House of Representatives where they saw
legislators debating and voting on bills.
In addition, students toured the Museum of


Florida History where they say the new
Seminole People of Florida exhibit.
Contestants representing WFEC in
Tallahassee included Joseph Brown,
Bethlehem High School; Caitlyn Prichard,
Chipley High School; Jessica Baxley,
Graceville High School; Dakota Davis,
Ponce De Leon High School; and Sara
English, Vernon High School.
WFEC's nine Youth Tour contestants
competed for an all-expenses-paid trip to
Washington, D.C. in June, where they will
join other eleventh grade students from
all over the United States to tour the
nation's capitol.
A panel of three judges from the
electric cooperative industry interviewed
the students and chose two winners and
an alternate on April 15.
The winners included Joseph Brown,
Bethlehem High School.


Joseph Brown, left, of
Bethlehem with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Huey Brown.
Caitlyn Prichard,
bottom, left, Chipley
High School with
WFEC President and
CEO, Bill Rimes. Sara
English, bottom right,
Vernon High School
with WFEC President
and CEO, Bill Rimes.
Dakota Davis, bottom
center. Ponce de Leon
High School with
WFEC President and
CEO, Bill Rimes.


Miss Vernon pageant set for May 3


Vernon High School
junior class will host the
Miss Vernon beauty
pageant 2 p.m. May 3 in
the Vernon Community
Center (old VHS cafete-
ria). Pageant application
deadline is April 28.
Categories will include
0-12 months Baby Miss;
13 to 24 months Toddler


Miss; 2-3 years Tiny Tot;
4-5 years Future Little
Miss; and first grade only -
Little Miss; 2nd grade
through nine years Young
Miss; 10-12 years Middle
Miss; 13-14 years Teen
Miss; 15-16 years Junior
Miss; and 17-21 (as of
Oct. 17) Miss. Miss
Vernon Pride and most


advertisement sales all
ages:
Little Miss and Miss
Vernon may compete in
the Miss National Peanut
Festival. Applications are
available at VES, VMS and
VHS school offices.
For more information,
call Lori at 547-5566 or
527-9018.


OBITUARIES

Bullie Wood
Bullie Ander Wood, 80,
of Bonifay died April 10 at
Gulf Coast Medical Center
in Panama City. He was
born Sept. 18, 1927, in
Coffee County, Ala.; to
the late Joe and Martha
Montgomery Wood.
Wood was preceded in
death by his parents, three
brothers and a sister.
Surviving are his wife,
Murley Stricklen Wood of
Bonifay; two sons and
daughters-in-law, Donnie
and Janet Wood of Ponce
de Leon, Chuck and Kim
Sheffield of Bonifay; two
daughters and sons-in-law,
Faye and Bob Bush of
Chipley, Ann and Jack
Marell of Bonifay; four
brothers, Louie Wood of
Dundee, Aube Wood of
Panama City, Bill Wood
and Obie Wood, both of
Opp, Ala.; two sisters, Dale
Carnley of Opp and Eller
Wood of Pensacola; six
grandsons, two grand-
daughters, and six great-
grandchildren.
Graveside services were
held April 14 at Euchee
Valley Church Cemetery in
Walton County with the
Rev. Mitch Johnson offici-
ating.
Peel Funeral Home of
Bonifay was in charge of
directions.

Louise Chesley
Louise V. Folsom Ches-
ley, 83, died April 10 at her
home. She was born Dec.
24, 1924, to Leon and Oval
(Rork) Folsom of Barre,
Vermont.
Chesley was a member
of Grace Lutheran Church
in Bonifay and worked
many years at SRS in
Florida.
She was preceded in
death by her husband of 38
years, Francis E. Chesley;
her parents, brothers,
Arnold and Arthur Ches-
ley, and one sister,
Winifred Chesley.
Survivors include a son
and daughter-in-law,
Michael and Sharron
Chesley of Cullman, Ala.; a
sister, Lois Keith of Ver-
mont, two granddaughters,
a great-granddaughter, and
many nieces and nephews.
A memorial service was
held April 12 at Grace
Lutheran Church with
Minister Tom Loucks
officiating.
Brown Funeral Home of
Chipley was in charge of
arrangements.

Margaret
Shackelford
Margaret Shackelford,
61, of Chipley died April 7
at Northwest Florida
Community Hospital in
Chipley.
She was, a native of
Washington County, and a
graduate of Roulhac High
School.
She also was a member
of Jerusalem Baptist
Church in Chipley.
Survivors include her
husband, Gregory Shack-
elford; a son, Antonia
Boston; three brothers and


two sisters-in-law, Charles
and Betty Neal, Ervin
Neal, Ret. Sgt. Dwight and
Ann Neal, all of Chipley;
sisters, Minister Barbara
Boykins of DeFuniak
Springs and Nell Huff of
Panama City, and many
other relatives.
Funeral was April 12 at
Jerusalem Baptist Church
with the Rev. Price Wilson
officiating.
Burial was in Northside
Cemetery in Chipley with
Cooper Funeral Home of
Chipley directing.

W.J. Corbin
W.J. Macon Corbin, 89,
of Cottondale died April
13 at Northwest Florida
Community Hospital in
Chipley. He was born June
6, 1918, to Moad F and
Mittie Corbin in Washing-
ton County where he was a
life-long resident.
He was retired from the
Department of Transporta-
tion and was a member of
Sapp Church. A Mason, he
was a member of Wausau
Masonic Lodge and the
York Rite in Panama City.
He was preceded in
death by a son-in-law, Jack
Toole, and one grandchild,
Chris Toole.
Survivors include his
wife, Ira Belle Corbin of
Cottondale; one son and
daughter-in-law, Steven
Allen and Perla Corbin of
Miami; a daughter, Sandra
Toole of Cottondale; four
brothers, Lenzy Corbin of
Chipley, Travis Corbin,
Homer Corbin and Ran-
dolph Corbin, all of Cot-
tondale; a sister, Odene
Gamble of Cottondale;
and six grandchildren.
Services were held April
15 in the funeral home's
Brickyard Road Chapel
with the Revs. Jeff Keeman
and Robert Simmons
officiating.
Burial was in Sapp
Cemetery with Brown
Funeral Home of Chipley
directing.

Joe Holmes
Joe Dan Holmes, 67, of
Abbeville, Ala., died April
12 at Henry County Health
and Rehab Center in
Abbeville. He was born
Nov. 2, 1940, in Luverne,
Ala., to the late Dan
William and Cubie Francis
Cornett Holmes.
Survivors include a sis-
ter, Mary Cathryn Baxley
of Bonifay; a brother and
sister-in-law, Lomax and
Helen Holmes of Cul-
lowhee, N.C., several
nieces and nephews.
Graveside services were
held April 15 in Bonifay


City Cemetery with
the Rev. Norman Harris
officiating. Peel Funeral
Home of Bonifay was in
charge of directions.

Annie Finklea
Annie Bell Finklea, 59,
of Caryville died April 4 at
her home. She was a native
of Caryville.
Finklea graduated from
Roulhac High School in
the class of 1966, and was a
member of St. Matthews
Baptist Church in
Caryville.
Survivors include a son,
James Finklea of Caryville;
two brothers and a sister-
in-law, Moses and Rose
Broxton of Panama City
and John Broxton Jr.;
seven sisters and a brother-
in-law, Lillie Nettles,
Charolette Staten, Gloria
Peterson, Jersey and
Wesley Andrews, Janie
Randoff, all of Caryville,
Hattie Hogans of Freeport
and Vera Baker of Detroit,
Mich.
Funeral was held April
13 at St. Mary A.M.E.
Church in Caryville with
the Rev. Dr. Rufus Woods
officiating.
Burial was in St.
Matthews Cemetery in
Caryville with Cooper
Funeral Home of Chipley
directing.

Gladys Sharpe
Gladys Ree Sharpe, 64,
of Chipley died April 4 at
West Florida Hospital in
Pensacola. She was a native
of the Ebro area in Wash-
ington County.
A member of Mt.
Calvary True Holiness
Church in Wausau, she had
dedicated her life to caring
for the needs of others at
local hospitals, the health
department, home health
care and nursing homes.
Surviving are her hus-
band, Alvin Sharpe Sr., and
two daughters, Marcella
Douglas and Cathy Lee, all
of Chipley; sons, Lee
Rodger Douglas, Eddie
Lee, Alvin Sharpe Jr. and
wife, Kijuanna, all of Chip-
ley; James H. Lee and wife,
Cathy, of DeFuniak
Springs; a sister, Ella Ree
Jenkins and husband,
Bishop Jenkins Sr., of
Ebro; 17 grandchildren, 15
great-grandchildren and
many other relatives.
Funeral was held April
12 at St. Luke A.M.E.
Church near Ebro with
Bishop Richard Jenkins Jr.
and Sr. officiating. '
Burial was in the church
cemetery with Cooper
Funral Home of Chipley
directing.


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BEXAR COUNTY- Mary Ann W. applied
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went on to win the State Hopping Contest.
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hopping contests, she painlessly replied, "'None
of your dang business!"
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All-Night Gospel Sing July 5


BONIFAY -- Bonifav Kiwanis Club
is sponsoring the annual All-Night
Gospel Sing at the H lolmes County
High School on July 5.
Among the entertainers are the
Dixie Echos Quartet, Jeff and Sheri
Easter. The Talley Trio, The Free-
man'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.

Fundraiser at AMVETS
CHIPLEY AMVETS Post 007,
along with the Ladies Auxiliary and
Sons of AMVETS, will hold a catfish
fry beginning at 10 a.m. on May 2 and
3. Proceeds will benefit a Chipley res-
ident who travels to Dothan, Ala.,
daily for treatments due to a heart
condition.
Plates will include catfish filets,
cole slaw, baked beans, hush puppies
and cheese grits.
AMVETS is located at 156
Jackson Ave. (State 90) across from
Chipley Hardware.
For more information, call
638-4126.

River Festival this
weekend in Geneva
GENEVA, AL The Annual
Geneva Festival on the Rivers opens
with a parade at 4:30 p.m., Friday,
April 25.
Line up begins at 4 p.m. in the
parking lot of First Baptist Church on
South Commerce Street.
Entertainment on Saturday
includes Luke Williams, the guitar
whiz from Arkansas, and local musi-
cians. Dolores Shehee and Shane
Owens.
The headliners will be T. Graham
Brown, and Mel McDaniel.
The River Junction Cruisers will
hold their annual car Saturday begin-
ning at 8 a.m. Sunday, featured
speaker will be Andy Bryan, a Head-
land minister and musician. Church
service is at 11 a.m. followed by
gospel music until 4 p.m.
For more. information, contact the
Geneva County Chamber of Com-
merce at (334) 684-6582.

HCHS chorus May 3
BONIFAY The Holmes County
High School Chorus will be present-
ing their spring production on Satur-
day May 3 at the HCHS auditorium.
The performance will be dedicated
to the great movies and songs of Walt
Disney.
The evening will also include a
very special tribute to former HCHS
Chorus Instructor, Carolyn Berry.
Berry passed away in May 2007. Her
former students will perform.
There will also be a special slide
show with pictures dating back to her
early years at HCHS.
A special arrangement of music
will be put together dating back to
the 1980's.
If you are a former HCHS student
of Berry and would like to be a part
of this special evening, call 547-9000.
Tickets are $5 and can be pur-
chased at HCHS.


For more information, call the
school at 547-9000.

'Grease' May 15
BONIFAY The Holmes County
High School Drama Department will
present the musical 'Grease' on
Thursday May 15, Saturday May 17,
and Monday May 19 at the HCHS
Auditorium.
Tickets are $5 in advance and $7 at
the door. Please call 547-9000 for
more information.

Troy community band
April 28 in Chipley
CHIPLEY Troy University Com-
munity Band of Dothan, Ala. will
present a free concert at the Chipley
High School Auditorium on April 28
at 7 p.m.
This band is composed of people
from Dothan, Ozark, Slocomb,
Graceville, Chipley and many other
surrounding towns.
The volunteer group comes from
all walks of life; Middle and high
school band students; Professional
and business people; Retirees, etc.
They meet each Monday evening
for a two-hour rehearsal and wel-
come anyone who plays an instru-
ment and wants to join in the fun.
Roger VanLandingham of Chipley
is a charter member and plays trum-
pet with the group.
Last year the band was invited to
play at the Alabama Bandmasters
State Convention. The band director
is Tony Whetstone. The CHS Band
director and RMS Band director will
each direct a number during the
concert.

Holmes County Pageant
The Holmes County Pageant Com-
mittee has scheduled the Miss
Holmes County Pageant for Satur-
day, May 3 at the Holmes County Ag.
Center.
The age divisions include Future
Little Miss (kindergarten), Little
Miss, first grade; Junior Miss, 7-9th
grades; and Miss, 17 21 years. This
pageant is a preliminary to the
National Peanut Festival Pageant.
For information contact Wanda at
547-0864, Bernyce at 547-3474 or
(850) 768-1150.
All proceeds are donated to
entrance fees for National Peanut
Pageant.

Dairy signups
Producers can sign up at their local
USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA)
service center until May 5, when sign-
up will end. This dairy program will
provide $16 million in benefits to
dairy producers for dairy production
losses that occurred between Jan. 1,
2005, and Dec. 31, 2007, because of
natural disasters.
To be eligible, a producer's
operation must be in a county desig-
nated a major disaster or emergency
area by the president or declared a
natural disaster area by the secretary
of agriculture between Jan. 1, 2005,
and Dec. 31, 2007.
Producers in contiguous counties
are also eligible. Producers in coun-
ties declared disaster areas by the
president may be eligible, even


though the agricultural loss was not
covered by the declaration, if an FSA
Administrator's Physical Loss
Notice covered such losses.

Job expo
PANAMA CITY The Workforce
Center will sponsor the Fifth Annual
Professional Employment Expo on
Thursday, May 8, from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. at Gulf Coast Community col-
lege, Student Union East Building.
Top employers for the region will
be recruiting candidates for technical
and professional positions. Admis-
sion is free and all job seekers are
encouraged to attend.
For more information, contact Sue
Senkle at (850) 872-4340 ext. 148.

GCCC Library in Panama
City is open to public
PANAMA CITY The GCCC
Library invites the public to utilize
their services
Gulf Coast Community College
would like to invite the community to
its library. The GCCC library is
always open to the public and offers
access to computers and other mate-
rials including current journal and
newspaper subscriptions. Librarians
are always on duty during business
hours to assist with any research
needs.
The public can check out three
books at a time and must present a
photo ID (drivers license, military
ID, etc.). Computer usage and other
services do not require an ID.
More information is available in
the library section of the website at
www.gulfcoast.edu.
GCCC Library Hours: Monday -
Thursday, 7:15 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.; Fri-
day, 7:15 a.m. 4 p.m. and Saturday,
9 a.m. 5 p.m.

UM open house
The University of Mobile will host
a Spring open house for high school
juniors and seniors on Friday,
April 25.
Beginning at 9 a.m., prospective
students will tour the campus and
meet with students, faculty and staff.
They will receive details about
academics, admissions, financial aid,
student life and a special UM
scholarship for students who attend
the open house, then apply for
admission.
Graduating high school seniors
who are planning to enroll as
freshman at UM may register for
summer or fall semester classes from
1-4 p.m.
High school juniors and seniors
who attend the Spring open house
and apply for admission to the Uni-
versity of Mobile will be eligible for a
special $2,000 scholarship to UM,
awarded at $250 per semester for
eight consecutive semesters. Stu-
dents may also be eligible for addi-
tional scholarships and financial aid
based on test scores and grade point
average, special talents or financial
need.
To register for the event or to
find out more about applying to
the University of Mobile,
visit www.umobile.edu/visit or
call Enrollment Services at
(251) 442-2273 or 1-800-WIN-RAMS.


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Intermediate winners in skeet and trap- first place -
Ed Laird, second place Arthur Jones and third
place Matthew Fisher, pictured with Coaches Bill
Howell and Gary Clark.


Shure Shots 4-H Club

holds Club Championships


Over 50 4-H members,
parents, coaches and family
visited Hard Labor Creek
Skeet on Sunday, April 13,
for the Shure Shots 4-H
Club Championships in
skeet and trap.
Since September 2007,
club members have been
learning and perfecting their
skills in shooting sports.
Following the Club
Championships and awards,
4-H'ers and parents enjoyed
a hamburger cookout.
Coaches Gary Clark and
Bill Howell thanked the
kids for their hard work
and dedication to attending
practices and congratulated
them on all they had learned


throughout their year.
The club will be taking a
month off before beginning
fun shoots and practices to
keep their skills strong.
Intermediate members
(11-13 years old) winners
were named: first place Ed
Laird, second place Arthur
Jones and third place -
Matthew Fisher.
Overall intermediate win-',
ner was Tyler Imke.
Senior members (14-18
years old) winners were
named: first place Cooper
Holmes, second place -
LynnZee Webb, third place
- Brandon Holmes
Overall senior winner was
Cooper Holmes.


Winners at Shure Shots 4-H Club championships in
skeet and trap are, first place Cooper Holmes, second
place LynnZee Webb, third place Brandon Holmes
pictured with Coaches Bill Howell and Gary Clark.



PET TALK


Dental care just as

important for horses


COLLEGE STATION -
Having those pearly whites
checked is as important for
horses as it is for people.
Experts say annual dental exams
are extremely important for
horses young and old to help
ensure the animal's comfort and
performance.
Dr. Cleet Griffin, a clinical
assistant professor at Texas
A&M University's College of
Veterinary Medicine &
Biomedical Sciences, says that
horses are known to develop a
number of dental problems that
may cause pain and lead to poor
performance. But how will
horse owners know when the
animal is experiencing dental
problems, and when they need
to call the veterinarian?
Griffin says there are a few
good signs that a horse may
need to have its teeth examined,
such as when it is dropping
quite a bit of feed while eating,
holding its head tilted to the
side while chewing, eating
slowly, spitting out large balls of
poorly chewed hay, presence of
excessively long fibers in the
stool or having foul breath.
Signs of dental pain during
riding may include chewing on
the bit, noticing blood-tinged
saliva from the mouth or
shaking its head excessively.
"Horses should have their
teeth examined by a
veterinarian at least once a year
to ensure high dental health, but
if any of these symptoms are
displayed, it is very important
for the owner to have the horse
examined in the near future,"
Griffin believes.
If dental problems are not
resolved there can be serious
consequences. Colic, choke,
sinus infection and poor athletic
performance have all been cited
as problems that can be caused
by dental abnormalities in
horses.


Griffin says the field of
equine dentistry has evolved
with the domestication of
horses. In the wild, horses graze
for about 16 hours a day,
constantly taking in tough,
fibrous vegetation that also
contains small, sand-like
particles.
Domesticated horses may not
graze for extended periods of
time and are given
manufactured food products
like hay and feed. These
products are easier to chew,
causing the horse to grind its
teeth far less compared to
horses grazing a forage diet.
With a grain-rich diet, the
horse chews with the mouth
moving more up and down
instead of laterally, and the
reduced amount of grinding
contributes to the development
of sharp points on the animal's
cheek teeth, which can produce
cheek and tongue discomfort,
he explains.
Horses may also encounter
dental problems when the adult
teeth replace the baby teeth.
This transition happens
between the ages of 2 and 5,
and should be closely
monitored by a veterinarian.
Adult teeth may not come in
correctly because of the baby
teeth's inability to detach
properly, which can cause a
number problems for the
animal.
As the horse gets older,
more serious dental problems
can occur. Griffin states that
older horses are more prone to
the following malocclusions:
abnormal amounts of wear on
the crown of the tooth, a
fractured crown, loose teeth, or
even periodontal disease.
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Catfish EZ-GO Golf Cart, all solid Building For Rent on
For Sale- Model 1873 state. Looks good and General Main St., Chipley. Call
Springfield Trap 45-70 call- You catch catfish, $1.50 runs great, $1500. Also CDL Class-A Semi Truck 638-1918 or 638-4478.
ber Rifle. Apprised value pound. Gilbert Catfish some other ones. 850- - - - - driver. Apply in person at Avon Representa- Medical/Health
$6000. Make offer, Also Pond, located @ 2854 535-4121. Drivers Washington County Farm tives needed Bonifay -.---
have handmade hunting Highview Circle, ChipleyMOMNWsia tikes needed Bonifay,
have handmade hunting Highview ircle, Chipley EMPLOYMENT Supply. 850-638-7833. Chipley, Graceville Nursing Executive Office space
knives (reasonable). Florida Phone: I Angela M. Miller, will not I Family Associate I ey' SIGN ON BONUS for I for lease on Brickyard I
850-638-8722. 850-638-8633. be responsible for any bills 4100 Help Wanted Washington/Holmes Co. Wausau, Vernon, licensed Nurse and Certi- Rd. Great location |
8__________0 --made by any other person, 4130 Employment Duties include: Trans- Caryville, Ponce de fied Nursing Assistants across from Chipley
Dinette set maple, than myself as of April 11, I porting children whole Leon. Ask about who join Washington Re- I High School. 638-7700 I
solid-wood 42" round, 4 2008. have been removed I Driver Needed mini-kit. 850-547-1640. habilitation and Nursing | www.chipleyofficefor
3300 attic fanirs, $75 Whol great i neglet or abuse to- Dwayne Atkins ISR Center's Long-Term Care lease.com
for3300 attic barn, 36"w/vent, great 41 I hiding safe and Mneglect OTR Flatbed Driver Team. We offer top pay in ----------
for barn, shop or constru- I vidin supafe and support-f chl- Needed, 2+ YOE required, the area and a competitive
Bass Player needs work. tion. $60. Executive desk, | 3320 i ive supervision of chil- I pre em m p ome neral benefit package. Be a part Executive Office Space
Country, Southern Rock, 36x72 metal with walnut Leola Brock Nurseries reative/Design dren during transport- r m ICuro m Medi General of a Company who or rnt downtown Chipley.
Blues, Jazz. 850-535-0283. top $50. Call 850-638-0560 Leola Brock Nurseriesing; assisting families Drugscreen, Current Medi- o o C ualy o fe 638w1918
Blues, Jazz. 8505350283. topLLC Plants, trees and Reporter/ applying for appropriate cal card, Non-hazmat, Disabled Woman needs focuses on Quality of life 638-1918
For Sale: Fish for stocking shrubs. Landscape design, bane, working, teach- Home every other week- help with laundry. Fox for residents and staff.
Boat Hauler, hay hauler. your pond or lake; cop- landscape contracting, irr Photographer odme ry eCakl dows II Apartments. A watFor rent
Three axle 35 foot, pernose, bluegill, nation systems. 1788 I ents with basic skills re- 850-547-1500. Please call Barbara @ 879 Usery Rd. Commercial space in
stackable. Elec brakes shellcracker, channel at- White Road, Bonifay, FL Washington County I lated to childcare, 638-3608. Chipley, FL 32428 Vernon City Hall, 2808
straight pull, ramps. fish, mosquito-fish and 32425 (Washington News & Holmes County hoed t o l 850-638-4654 Yellow Jacket Drive,
850-415-5880. Florida largemouth bass. County) (850)638-1202; Times-Advertiser, a divi- oI memaking, personal Web Id #33986887 Vernon, FL 32462.
(850)547-2215 326-1500 sion of Florida Freedom hygiene, health and pa- Vernon, FL32462.
(850)547-2215 326-1500 on of Florida Freedom renting. Must have relia- General Other Rental includes utilities.
.- ,, Newspap genersal as seeignmen ble personal transporta- Insurance Medical Biller Cleaning deposit and
reporter/photographer. ition. Requires some needed for office work in Part-time caregiver Mystery Shoppers, get first and last month's
repollnt er/photmpan bgraphern- evening hours, High Bonifay. Call needed for elderly lady in paid to shop! Retail/dining rent due in advance.
xeits. comny en School Diploma or 850-547-4771. Chipley. Call Theresa at establishments need un- Call 850-535-2444 for
Si s. I GED, and two years 850-638-1979. derercover clients to judge additional information.
Send resumeto: Editor, Iworking with children quality customer service.
Washington County and families Earn up to $150. a day.T a
News $10.50/hourhoResumesnCall (888)-523-1013. FOR RENT- can be used
-1364 N. Railroad Ave. 3 can be faxed to14 as an office, a store, or an
8 850-763-7102 or mailedWest Florida Wilder- art gallery. This space is
32428 uto 2121 Linsenby AvFe- ness Institute, a residen equipped with new
email to Panama City, FL Carp nter and tial juvenile facility is ac- showerful bath, new tiles,
afelsberg@ 132405 850-763-7102.1. cepting applications for small kitchen, new sink,
chi papercom EE/Drug Free Metal/Shingle Roofers entry level positions. and is carpeted. It is o-
chipl-ypaper.com IWorkplace. you are highly motif cated in a great business
_No phone79calls D & Gj P e*i** vated, enjoy the out- area. Call850547-5244.
Drug FreeL Workplace. ZPAU~U N doors and would like to
Drug Free Workplace, help troubled youth we
Goldens Lawn Care. De- EOE & RBEM OD EL are the place ftor you. w
Carpentry, pressure wash- pendable and free esti- ._CallGED H qi-g- Hgh school diploma or
C&C Bookkeeping and ing, lawn care, patio & win- mates 850-773-8282 or Salesll GED required. Appli- 6110
Tax Service. Open 5 days dow re-screening, great 850-541-2406. cants must be able to
a week. 8am to 5pmo. Call rates. (850)638-4492 (850) 849-0736 or pass background and BR/1BA fully furnished
(850)638-1483 Sod Sod Sod Quality you Advertising Sales(850) rug srea$110 weekly
can depend on. llrrigated, I (850) 849-7982ion, holiday pay,. insur- with a $200.00 deposit.
J&J Cabinet Shop. For a weed & pest controlled. I r Call 850-258-7290 or
your kitchen cabinets and Centipede and St. Augus- Washington -ounty News ance and retirement 8
house repairneeds. Call tine.Deliveryand instala- I Holmes County Times-Advertiser Ir - - - - - - - package included. Ap-850-548-9132.
FJames S. Howell (850) tion available. 8 miles SW I NEWSPAPER CARRIERS NEEDED ply in person 1912 Old
535-2839; 260-1619 of Chipley for easy cus- Do you want a career where you can make a differ- Mt. Zion Rd., Ponce de ALL LARGE Apartments ,
tomer hauling. Call any- ence? Are you a motivated sales associate? If you The News Herald is seeking an individual interested Leon, FL. 1BR, $450 SD $250;
time. Billy and Leola Brock answered yes and yes, take a look at Freedom. We I in providing great service to our customers in the fol- I (850)548-5524. 2BR/1BA $525 SD $300.
Retired Builder doing (850) 638-1202; 326-1500 Iwant you Freedom wants motivated Multi-media Ad- I lowing area: Downtown Chipley, con-
Tops Mobile Unit. I do the electric/plumbing repairs, portunity to join a dynamic and energetic sales pro- Marann cludes stove, refrigerator,
work at your home or painting, cabinets, decks gram and channel your initiative, innovation, and I Call: Luther Moore @ 850-547-9414 city water, sewer, garbage.
workplace.Reasonable and mowing. Honest, fair, A competitive spirit to make an impact on our custom- I Or pick up a carrier application at Sorry no pets or HUD.
rates on new vinyl tops reasonable. 850-548-5031 ers, our organization, and your own career. You will Washington CountyNewslocated @ 1364 N 850-638-3306.
and auto carpeting. Free For Rent first in Chipley, I ouriia yrn e ullld ,__8-3
estimd auto carpeting. Free or 850-348-9373 Mi ni Warehouses. if you touch on all media platforms at Freedom, selling print Railroad Ave, Chipley
laeestimates. Call anyimehavethe "WeI and online ads. Leverage your creativity as you part- I or The News Herald @ 501 W. 11th Street,
leav638-7 35e message. (850) don't h Lame Townsend ner with customers to create custom multi-media so- Panama City ATTENTION RENTERS
(850)638-4539, north ofI lutions, using our exciting and ever-growing portfolio Individual must have reliable transportation and be
Towe (850)6384539, north of advertising products. Your success in this role able to work early a.m. hours. This is an independent I REAL ESATE FOR RENT The Northwest Florida
Townsends. I could set you up to pursue a variety of career paths I contractor position with part-time hours and full time 6100 Business/ Regional Housing Au-
Mini Storage in Chipley. in our organization or throughout our parent com- Iearnings with no collecting necessary. Commercial thority is accepting ap-
B&M, Mower Repair & All sizes for rent. We pany, Freedom Communications, Inc. (FCI), one of 6110 Apartments plications for 1 2, 3,
Service. Quality work at a furnish the lock. the nation's largest privately owned media compa- I Come join I 6120 -Beach Rentals and 4 bedroom apart-
fair price. Pickup & Deliv- (850)326-2399 ies. The News Herald Carrier team and earn above aver- 6130 condofTownhouse ments in Bonifay, Flor-
ery Available. Billor Mary age $'s while being your own boss. 6140 -House Rentals ida. Rent is based o inr-
(850)638-4492 w Send resume to nbarefield@chipleypaper.com 60 RoomaorRWanted come. For more inf
Life Touch Services (850)638n or pick up an application at I 6tamation, please call:
Providing special care or or pick up an application atNELD 617 Mobile Home/Lot 1-850-263-5302 or 5307.
your loved ones....light Sod For Sale on the farm, /r,',i/,, ,,, 61- -- Ren Equal Housing Opportu-
housekeeping, compan- delivered or installed. Cn- Sewing Machine nd Va- meshare Rentals EqualHousingOpportu-
ionship, private sitters, etc. tipede and 419 Bermuda. uum Cleaner Repair, guar- 'iTON aIY- 62100 TVacatien Rentals unity.
ionship, private sitters, et. tipele and419 Bermu anteed service on all 1364 N. Railroad Avenue, Chipley, Florida -- --
Call Jeannie: Home(850) est F makes and models. Free I
547-5041, Cell: (850) 8415-03858 Establishe estimates. Western Auto, I For more Information or to apply online, visit I
1980 216 N. Waukesha, Bonifay. www.freedom.com see "Careers" -
547-3910
SIEqual Opportunity Employer Drug-free Workplace


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Graceland Manor Apart- For Rent: 2BR/1BA block 2BR/1BA In Vernon. $450 1 MP Enterprises Land Sale 99 Model Ford Ext-Cab Ranger Pickup. 88, 4cyl, 5
ments. Rental assistance home in Bonitay on a a month plus security. Call and Finance. 5 acres or Lariat 4x4. Low miles. speed. $1095. Good
on 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms fenced lot and .a hall. 850258-3815 iore for houses only, Excellent trucks Call Brad condition. 850-415-5880.
Handicapped and CH/A. $1,000 to move in * wooded & pasture. 3 miles @ 850-326-6560.
non-handicapped accessi- and $650 a month. For info 3BR/2BA in Bonifay. $450 South of Chipley. Highway
ble apartments. 850 850-849-1684. a month plus deposit. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 77, Gainer Rd., Houston 2003 Chevrolet Silverado
-263-4464, TDD/TTY 711. 547-3993. 7100- Hm Rd., Beadie Rd., Duncan 4x4, Z71 Off Road
5445 Brown Street House For Rent- 1579 Da- 7100 Homes
Graceville, FL. Equal hous vidson Rd. $650 per 3BR/2BA in Ponce de 7110 Beach Home/ Community Rd., Buddy Package. V8, BF Goodrich 8140
GracevilleFL Equal hous dsonth, $650 deposit. Leon area. $425 a month Property Rd., (4) five acres (8) ten 305/70 tires. PW, PB, PDL,
7120 Commercial acres (5) eight acres, cruise, tilt, CD, tool box, 1990Pontiac Van. Runs
3BR/2BA, den, breakfast plus deposit. 5473993. 7130 Condo/Townhouse Owner financing or cash. bed liner, towing package. good but has body
nook. 1 year lease agree- Mobile Homes for rent in 7140 Farms & Ranches Low down payment, low Great condition, Clean!. damage. Can drive it or
wnus A f r mnt. 850-638-1906 after onle H on d 7150- Lots and Acreage monthly payments. Call $16,000. Ask for Gary @ use for parts. $400 OBO.
2BR/I1.5BA. Chipley. $550 4:00 PM. Cottondale on Sapp Road. 7160-Mobile Homes/Lots Milton Peel for information 850-773-1960. 850-415-1030.
a month. Call 638-1918 or 8 miles east of Chipley. 7170 Waterfront 8560 03
638-4478. Nice clean Houses, Apart- 3BR/2BA and 2BR/2BA 71810 Investment 850-638-1858
ments, Mobile homes for available. Total electric. Property
rent. 4BR/2BA brick 850)258-4868; 209-8847 71910 Ot- e Town
home for sale www.charloscountryliv- Real Estate
6 4 850-547-5085 or ing.com 72 Tmeshare
0 850-547-2531 _ Mobile Homes for Rent, J 68x28 Mobile Home on
2BR/1BA house for rent 2BR/2BA $400 plus de- 2.63 acres, large oaks,
on Maddox Spring Road Publisher's posit, 3BR/1.5BA $425 2-e7100 located on dead end road sTTNTi
across from Pate Pond.' Notice plus deposit. Near Chip- By Owner; 5.3 acres, off Corbin in Cottondale.
CH/A, water, garbage & ley. No pets. 850-547-4232 3BR/2BA, 2,400 square $67,000. Call 638-3859.
sewer included. Call Al real estate advertising in r rntfeet. Large home, double
850-535-2760 this newspaper is subectto MobileHomes fornee carport bg e house For Sale, 5 acres land,
the Fair Housing Act which 2/BR & 3/BR. On Pioneer barn, $240,000. fenced G and Manor 3BR/28A
2BR cabin 1BA, no pets. makes it illegal to advertise Rd, 4 miles East of Vernon, property. 850-547-2408 a M o A
2BRcan1Ano any preference, limation or 850-638-7315 or Mobile Home. Excellent
$400 month 1st, and last discrimination based on 850-527-4467. For Sale 3BR/2.5BA Stilt in $ 79Hicko. H RiO
month. Deposit required. race, color, religion, sex,_F8 & Hickory Hill Rd, I
(850)326-2412. 8 miles handicap, familial status or Newly renovated House on 2.5 acres. Of- Hickory Hill Community,
South Bonifay national origin, or an inten- 3BR/2BA with huge master fice, tool-room and 2 car Westville, Fl. 850 956-2723
tion, to make any such pref- bedroom (15'x16") walkin carport underneath Large or 850-956-2335. P rSnal
e rence, limitation or dis- closet. Large living roomgreenhouse, located n __________ Personal
crimination" Familial status pose C eLarge oLeisure Lakes, a gated
Includes children under the w/hugcovered deck with e r a 1I
age of 18 living with parents great view of horse ranchl. community, 4 miles off 77 a
or legal custodians, preg- New Central high effi- To see or for more info call7.
nant women and people se- ciency heating/cooling To see or for more info call 850-190
curing custody of children nit. Available Junelst. 50-7732924. House for rent, lease or Service,
8 5 7 2 under 81. 956-2267 or 547-3746. New 2007, 16x78 Horton purchase, 3BR/3BA in
2BR1 This newspaper will not Ponce De Leon; large home, 3BR/2BA, grey ext., Rockwood Villas in
3BR 3BA Log Home on 21 knowingly accept any adver- 2BR/2BA and 2BR/1BA neutral colors, white trim, Gainesville area also on Sales Pe
acres with creek frontage. 3950 rising for real estate which is near good schools, rea- light tan carpet. 4.8 acres bus route to University of
SF home with wood stove in in violation of t heb law Or sonabl rent. Call with/old barn, pump Florida. Ni ce area. $1,100
sunken living room, sunroooff that all dwellings advertised 850-8495068 house. 2955 Beall Packing month. Call Dr. Dastgir
master BR, large laundry room, in this newspaper are availa- Rd., Bethlehem Commu- 352-332-8067.
and attached3-car garage. Plus ble on a equal opportunity Vernon; 2 BR/1BA large nity, $72,900. firm. Relo-
outside there'sa30x6Oshop/ga- basis. To complain of dis- work 'shed, secluded, cating, must sell.
rage, agreenhouseandscreened crmination call HUD toll-free good fishing, Call 850-547-2632.
porch. On FL/AL border just min- at 1-800-669-9777. The 850-849-5068
utes from Geneva.$390,000 toll free number for the hear- Reduced To Sell
ing impaired is 00-927-9275. Beautiful hm built in 1906
2BR 18A Cottage on Golf030 1-800-927-9275. c in dwntwn Bonifay on Irg
Course in Dogwood Lakes. 1995 d city lot. Has been used as x._ i
home looks brand new, high ceil- N$100a gift shop/restaurant. Per- s a
ings, fireplace, lots of storage. fect loc. for business use. AUTOMO MARINE
Newmudoel...BOU- a r id shed AC P E $89 ,995erMo +ACR HB 1 TO GET IT! CALL ME IF Y(
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large rooms lots of kitchen cabi- $300, $325 amonth. West- 8160 Motorcycles
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Michelle Burk POND-$299,900---3 BR 2 BA BRICK HOME ON 1 AC-159,00oo0---S+
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AC VACANT LAND-$42,900---2.53 AC VACANT LAND-$19,900- For Sale: 1998 Camaro,..R NA ersip
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