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In The News


Rodeo spirit comes
to the library
This week at the
Washington County Public
Library, the kids got into
the spirit of the rodeo!
Page 3


Jerry Whitson's art
to be featured
Washington County
residents will have the
opportunity to enjoy
Chipley artist Jerry
Whitson's art at the fourth
Annual Sunday Afternoon
with the Arts at the
Chipola Arts Center on
Nov. 2.
Page 3

Years Ago
Find out what happened
in Washington County
years ago.
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Cecilla Spears / Staff Writer
A new multi-use trail presented by the Washington County Board of County Commis-
sioners with had its ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday.



Happy trails


Multi-use trail open
CECILIA SPEARS
Staff Writer,
cspears@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY
The Washington County Board of
County Commissioners and the Chamber
of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting
ceremony at 11:30 a.m. Friday, Sept. 26,


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for the Falling Waters multi-use trail. An
$808,065 Enhancement Grant through
the Department of Transportation (DOT)
makes the trail possible.
The ceremony was held at the corer
of Brickyard and Falling Waters roads.
The trail starts on the corer of State 77
and Brickyard Road, going east to Falling
Waters Road, where it turns south to State
Park Road and westward to State 77.
See TRAIL, Page 2


Alleged


child


molester


arrested
JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
BROWNSVILLE, Texas
The Chipley Police Department has a sus-
pect in a sexual battery case on the way back
to the county. It took careful planning by lo-
cal police to capture the suspect.
Ramon Del Sol Hernandez, wanted for
sexual battery on a child under the age of
12, was arrested Sept. 23 by U.S. Marshals,
in Brownsville by the United States Mar-
shals Service Violent Fugitive Task Force.
The arrest came follow-
ing information provided
by the Chipley Police
Department.
"We tracked Her-
nandez to the Miami
area with the assistance
of the Violent Fugitive
Task Force," Police Chief
Kevin Crews said. "Her- Ramon Del Sol
Ramon Del Sol
nandez remained in the Henandez
- South Florida-area for a
few weeks before he made his getaway. We
believed that Hemandez fled to Mexico.
'Around midnight on Sept. 22, the depart-
ment received information that Hernandez
was traveling by bus in Mexico in an attempt
to re-enter the United States through south
Texas."
Things got tricky at that point.
Crews said he found out how to contact
the suspect in Brownsville.
"We made him believe that his unemploy-
ment money was coming to him," Crews said.
"Shortly after lunch on Sept. 23, we were able
to ascertain Hemandez's exact location in
Brownsville, which led to his arrest without
incident by the U.S. Marshals Service."
On June 12, CPD initiated an investiga-
tion in reference to a sexual battery on a


minor.
"The investigation, led by Lt. Dennis
SSpeight, alleged that a minor female had
been molested by her mother's boyfriend at
a Glenwood Avenue address," Crews said.
rl l"A* il1 Wi "After further. investigation, warrants
B -i were obtained for both the victim's mother
FIW l IS and her boyfriend. Both subjects along with
S, the mother's other 3-year-old daughter fled
S/' from Chipley back to the Miami area before
'"" warrants could be issued. It was believed the
two suspects originally came from Miami. A
statewide broadcast to all law-enforcement
Agencies was issued to be on the lookout for
both suspects," Crews said.
"The Violent Fugitive Task Force was
contacted, and they immediately began to
File photo assist in capturing the two suspects. After
countless hours of surveillance on a couple
BONIFAY of homes in the Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale
The Bonifay Kiwanis Club area, the mother, along with the 3-year-old,
Northwest Florida Championship was stopped around midnight on July 8 by a
Rodeo concludes tonight. The Miami Dade police officer.
rodeo began Thursday with "The mother was taken into custody, and
parades Friday and Saturday the child was turned over to DCF in Miami,"
afternoons. For more information Crews said.
on the 2008 NWFC Rodeo, visit Maria Charisse Young, 27, was charged
the Bonifay Kiwanis Club Web site in June with child neglect and interference
at www.bonifaykiwanis.org with child custody.


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2 Saturday, October 4, 2008 Washington County News


TRAIL
Continued from page 1
The trail measures more
than four miles long. The multi-
use trail is a scenic path for any
jogger, walker or biker to use
safely.
"The reason it's considered a
multi-use trail is because it hasn't
been designated for any specific
purpose," said County Engineer
Cliff Knauer. "That means that
it can be used by everything but
motor vehicles."
Knauer said engineers were on
a waiting list to receive funding
for the project, which was granted
in July of 2006, and then they had
to wait until new challenges were
resolved.
"There were tons of
engineering challenges while
trying to put this trail together,"
he said. "For instance, we had to
stretch every single dollar allotted
to us through the grant just to
extend the trail as far as we have."


Cecilia Spears / Staff Writer
A new multi-use trail presented by the Washington County Board of County Commissioners with had
its ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday.


Knauer said another problem
was properly aligning the path
with the ditches along the side of
the road.
"We didn't want the path
to interfere with the drainage
system, so we had to set the path


back from the road some in
places," he said. "I think the end
result turned out rather nicely."
A previous project with the
local golf course included plans to
run a pipeline down a portion of
that same route.


"What we had to do was wait
until the construction was done
on laying the pipeline, and then
we came along and built the trail
over it," Knauer said. As for
the matter of the path ending
abruptly on State 77, Knauer said


it was because of lack of funding.
"The original goal was for the
trail to lead people to Blue Pond
Park," he said. "We didn't have
enough money to stretch it out
that far, but it looks like a good
future phrase project for the
city."
The remainder of the project's
grant money is going toward
additional safety features.
"With the $5,000 and $6,000
left from the grant, plans are to
install additional lighting and
possible handrails," said County
Administrator Pete Herbert.
"We're just really glad to have
it built and to see that so many
citizens are already putting (it to)
use."
Herbert said the project had
been on a five-year plan through
the DOT.
"We just had to wait our turn
in order to receive funding for
this project," he said. "I haven't
walked it myself, but I've driven
by and seen quite a few joggers,
walkers and bikers making good
use of the new trail."


Grantham named


Wal-Mart Teacher


of the Year

Joy Davis, daytime manager of Chipley Wal-Mart,
presented Laura Grantham, kindergarten teacher at
Vernon Elementary School, with a gift card to Wal-
Mart, a $1,000 check she earned for the school and a
cake that would feed her entire class and then some.
The process for selecting Wal-Mart Teacher of the
Year is simple. First, students, parents and teachers
nominate teachers all over the county for Wal-Mart
teacher of the year in Washington County. Then, Chi-
pley Wal-Mart sits down and reads all of the nomina-
tions and decides which deserving teacher will receive
the title.
Davis said it was a tough decision to make. However,
there were an overwhelming amount of nominations
and positive comments made on behalf of Grantham.
Principal Kathy Cadwell, assistant principal Lisa
Burdeshaw, VES guidance counselor Alice Simmons
and the VES kindergarten team were among those pres-
ent to congratulate their colleague on a job well done.


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The annual Book Sale reading materials for the
sponsored by the Washing- winter months ahead.
ton County Friends of the Li- Anyone with books to do-
brary will be 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. nate may call the library or
Nov. 7 and 9 a.m. to noon Susan Roberts. You may de-
Nov. 8 at the Historic Library liver the books to be donated
on Fifth Street in Chipley. to the library, or Susan will
Linda Norton, librarian, pick them up and take them
and Susan Roberts, book the historic library.
sale chairman, extend an in- All proceeds fund projects
vitation to the public to come for all the libraries in Wash-
by and visit. ington County. For more
Recent bestsellers cost information, call Linda Nor-
as little as a $1, and paper- ton at the Chipley Library at
backs range from 10 cents to 638-1314 or Susan Roberts at
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Washington County News Saturday, October 4, 2008 3


River Forest

Road to close

temporarily


MARIANNA
River Forest Road will
be closed to through traffic
Oct. 13-23 for construction
of drainage culverts.
A marked detour route
has been established for
those who normally travel on
River Forest Road.
Eastbound traffic on Riv-
er Forest will detour south
on College Street to Watson
Drive, turn east on Watson
Drive to Woodbrook Drive
and turn on Woodbrook
Drive to State 167 (Jefferson
Street).
Westbound traffic on Riv-
er Forest Road will detour
south on State 167 (Jefferson
Street) to Woodbrook Drive,


turn west on Woodbrook
Drive to Watson Drive, left
on Watson Drive to College
Street and North on College
Street to River Forest Road.
The project includes re-
placement of cross drains
and the addition of a west-
bound left turn lane on River
Forest Road at the intersec-
tion of the new Chipola Col-
lege entrance road, which is
under construction.
The overall road project
is scheduled for completion
in December.
For additional informa-
tion, contact Louy Harris
at Chipola College at (850)
718-2456 or harrisl@chipo-
la.edu


Whitson's art to be

featured Nov. 2


MARIANNA
Washington County resi-
dents will have the opportuni-
ty to enjoy Chipley artist Jerry
Whitson's art at the fourth
Annual Sunday Afternoon
with the Arts at the Chipola
Arts Center on Nov. 2.
The fall exhibit is one of
many regional exhibits in
which Whitson has partici-
pated. He won a blue ribbon
for his watercolor "Chipley
Landmark" and an honor-
able mention for another
watercolor painting at the
51st Annual Panhandle Wa-
termelon Festival in 2007. He
received a second place at the
2008 Marianna Arts Festival
for his painting of the historic
Kimbrough House in Mari-
anna. The same painting was
accepted for the 2008 Exhi-
bition at the 19th Summer
Showcase at the Thomasville


Cultural Center Galleries in
Thomasville, Ga. As a mem-
ber of The Artists Guild of
Northwest Florida, his work
has been on display this year
at a number of locations in
Jackson County.
The Sunday Afternoon
with the Arts artist recep-
tion is 1-5 p.m. Nov. 2 at
the Chipola Arts Center,
Chipola College. Sponsored
by the CRAA in partner-
ship with The Artist Guild of
Northwest Florida Inc., this
free event includes an artist
reception, exhibit, refresh-
ments, live music, door priz-
es including a special prize
donated by John Brewer's
studio, artist demonstrations
and hands-on educational
art experiences for all ages.
For more information,
contact Nancy Zurenda at
526-5977.


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This week at the Washington County Public Library, the
kids got into the spirit of the rodeo!
With stories like Rodeo Ron and his Milkshake Cows,
along with crafts, roping the bull and a horse of their own to
take home, everyone had a rootin' tootin' good time!


AREA BRIEFS

Oct. 14 Senior Day
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A grand day for Wash-
Sington County Senior Citi-
zens will be Oct. 14 at Shiv-
ers Park in Chipley. There
will be entertainment, in-
Sformation booths, fun and
prizes.
Free food and drinks
will be provided by Com-
munity City Bank, Commu-
nity South, Wachovia and
Peoples South.
A cake auction will be
held, and students at Vo-
Tech School of Nursing will
provide weight and blood
pressure checks, along with


blood sugar testing.
Parking will be available
at First Baptist Church.
Those needing help with
transportation should call
the Council on Aging at
638-6216 or 638-6217 be-
fore Thursday, Oct. 9.
Chipley City Council
to meet Thursday.
Chipley City Council will
meet at 6 p.m. Thursday,
Oct. 9, in the City Hall Coun-
cil chambers at 1442 Jackson
Ave., Chipley.


CITY OF CHIPLEY
HOURS OF
OPERATION

The City of Chipley has resumed their
normal hours of operation. The City
Hall will be opened from 8:00 a.m. to
4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
The Public Works Department will be
opened from 6:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.,
Monday through Friday.


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For Sheriff


GOOD GOSPEL MUSIC!


^ You Are Cordially Invited

To A Dinner

Ebro Community Center

(Hwy. 89)

Te On October 9th
Terry Davis
Recording Artist 6-9 pm
With The Florida Boys
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4 Saturday, October 4, 2008 Washington County News


New directors
recognized and
charged with their
duties were Frank
Cumba, LaMerle
Feitsma, Mark
Collins, David
Corbin, Henry
Stone and Vickie
Williams.


President Darrin Wall recognizes Dell Corbin, chair of
Youth Services.


David Solger, left, presents the Kiwanian of the Year award to Jim Town.


Kiwanis installs new leadership


Darrin Wall recognizes Jan Page for her services as
treasurer.


CHIPLEY
The annual meeting for Kiwanis
Club was held during a luncheon Tues-
day, Sept. 30.
Honors were bestowed upon those
who have served in leadership posi-
tions during the past year, as well as
those making significant contributions
throughout the year to help attain club
goals in support of the youth of Wash-
ington County.
Before the change of officers and
committee chairs, the club formally
inducted new member Sam Fowler Jr.
Fowler worked for 32 years in educa-
tion in a variety of positions, including
assistant principal at the high school
level, and said he looks forward to con-
tinuing his association with youth ori-
ented programs by participating in the
Kiwanis Club activities.
Kiwanis Club of Chipley has been
serving the youth of Washington Coun-
ty for more than 67 years and pro-
vided financial support to more than
30 groups and activities last year. The.
club operates through committees that
focus on various aspects of community
life. Recognized for their leadership as
chairpersons during the past year were
LaMerle Feitsma, Community Services;
Dell Corbin, Youth Services; Patsy Jus-
tice, Young Children/Priority One; Kim
Wilson, Sponsored Youth; Price Wil-
son, Spiritual Aims; Bill Howell, Schol-
arships; David Solger, Membership;
Andy Andreasen, Programs; David
Darrow, Meetings; Joe Johnson, Pub-
licity; and Collin Adcock, Interclub.


chipleypaper.
See more
Kiwanis
photos online.


Topping the membership awards
was John Dougherty with 30 years. Pat-
sy Justice was recognized for 15 years,
while Linda Cook and Bill Howell were
acknowledged for 10 years and Colby
Peel, David Darrow and Rey Gustason
received five-year pins.
Perfect attendance recognition was
accorded to Bruce Christmas for 43
years, followed by Marvin Engram
with 36 years and Farrell Nelson with
31 years. Others receiving perfect at-
tendance certificates were David Sol-
ger, 16, Chuck Yates 11, Price Wilson
8, Joe Johnson 8, Bill Howell 7, Todd
Abbott 7, Dell Corbin 6, Laura Joiner
4, LaMerle Feitsma 3, David Darrow 3,
Darrin Wall 2, and for one year each,
Vickie Williams, Jim Town, Jan Page,
Malcolm Gainey, Frank Cumba, Col-
lin Adcock, Tommy Smith and Andy
Andreasen.
Outgoing president Darrin Wall pre-
sented special recognition awards to his
officer team: David Darrow, president
elect; Malcolm Gainey, vice president;
Jan Page, treasurer; and Laura Joiner,
secretary. Darrow then presented Wall
with a special gift from the club to rec-
ognize his leadership during a year


when all activities were highly success-
ful and several new initiatives for future
years were started.
Wall, as the new Lientenant Gov-
ernor of Division 2, Kiwanis Florida
District, conducted the investiture of
new officers for Darrow, president;
Malcolm Gainey, president elect; Ti-
sha Marsceill, vice president; Jan Page,
treasurer; and Laura Joiner, secretary.
New directors recognized and charged
with their duties were Frank Cumba,
LaMerle Feitsma, Mark Collins, Da-
vid Corbin, Henry Stone and Vickie
Williams.
Special recognition for exceptional
services went to Darrin Wall and Da-
vid Darrow. They presented an award
to Laura Joiner for all the extra efforts
as secretary to make certain all club re-
cords have been brought up to date and
modernized.
The final award for Kiwanian of the
Year was presented to Jim Town for his
very active support of club programs,
service on both the Scholarship and
Publicity committees, and leadership
of the Pancake Breakfast fund raising
event the last two years.
Next on the fundraising calendar is
the annual fruit sale. Orders are taken
in November with delivery in early De-
cember. The club meets at noon Tues-
days at Pattillo's Restaurant in the mid-
dle of the Washington-Holmes County
Technical Center (WHTC). For an in-
vitation to lunch, contact any Kiwanian
or call Elaine Chadwell, membership
chairperson, at 258-3142.


Darrin Wall recognizes Joe Johnson for her services in
publicity.


David Darrow presents Laura Joiner with a special
award.


Rey Gustason receives his five-year
pin.


Darrin Wall presents Bill Howell Darrin Wall present John Dougherty with a Darin Wall recognizes Bruce Christmas
with a 10-year pin. 30-year pin. for 43 years of perfect attendance.


Nicole P. Barefield, Publisher
lay Felsberg, Managing Editor Brad Goodyear, Composition Supervisor
Cameron Everett, Production Supervisor Zola Anderson, Office Manager


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Washington County News Saturday, October 4, 2008 5


2003
5 Years Ago
Crystal Smith was chosen as
2003 homecoming queen for the
Vernon Yellow Jackets.
School uniforms were up
for discussion at a meeting of
the Washington County School
Board. Member Philip Rountree
suggested a rule that all blouses
and shirts must be tucked in. The
school superintendent countered,
"Parents and students will oppose
that because current fashions
and outfits are not designed to be
tucked in."
The preserved life-sized
animals featured in Sylvester
Stallone movies were moved from
Kate Smith Elementary to the
Chipley branch of Washington
County Library.

1998
10 Years Ago
Philip Rountree introduced
Sheriff Fred Peel, guest speaker at
the Chipley Lions Club meeting.
Hurricane Earl blustered its
way through Washington County,
toppling trees. A giant oak fell
on a corer of the Shackleford
residence in Chipley, but no one
was hurt.


Ulysee Harrison of Chipley
was honored after his 20 years as
an elected member of the Orange
Hill Soil and Water Conservation
Board.
A full day of activities was
planned to celebrate Chipley's
dedication of the newly renovated
Shivers Park.

1988
20 Years Ago
The boat landing at Blue
Lake in Chipley was named
for Washington County
Commissioner Earl Gilbert, whose
family had moved to the county
about 170 years earlier.
The landing at Wages's Pond
in Sunny Hills was named for
pioneer Washington County
sportsman D.A. (Buster) Rogers.
Esto's festival committee


offered a $100 reward for the
return of a plaster cast of its two-
toed alligator. The imprint cast
was supposed to prove that Two-
Toe Tom was still alive.
More than 1,400 acres of
land near Wewahitchka were
converted to ponds for a crawfish
operation. The Cajun delicacy
was sold locally and shipped
overseas.

1978
30 Years Ago
International Paper Company
hunts allowed Floridians in nine
counties to hunt approximately
172,000 acres designated as Type
II wildlife management areas.
Corvettes, Jeeps and many
other types of mini cars were
offered at Chipley Marine and
Automotive. Priced at $595, the


cars were powered by a Briggs
and Stratton Engine with a full-
year warranty.
Steven Broxton, son of Mr. and
Mrs. H.J. Broxton of Caryville,
completed his studies in fashion
design in Los Angeles.
Virginia Moody of Hinson
Crossroads exhibited the winning
pen of 10 pullets in the annual 4-H
Club fall pullet show.

1928
80 Years Ago
Mrs. TJ. Whitted, who had
been spending the summer
in New York, returned home
accompanied by her daughter,
Mrs. D.C. McFarland, and two
children. Mr. Whitted, who had
been visiting relatives in North
Carolina, joined the party at
Charleston and made the trip


from that city to Jacksonville via
steamer.
Mrs. R.A. McGeachy and
children of Milton spent a week
with her mother, Mrs. D.J. Jones.
Mr. McGeachy arrived Friday
night to accompany his wife and
children home.
Mr. and Mrs. PA. Hutchinson
and children attended the golden
wedding anniversary celebration
for her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
D.L. Harrell of Bonifay. All of
the honoree's 11 children were
present for the event.

1908
100 Years Ago
J.M. Cheney, WH. Northrup,
TE McGourin and Shields
Warren spent a day in Chipley.
They were former members of the
Republican campaign party.
Democrats planned a big
barbecue and rally Oct. 21 in
Wausau. Guest speaker would be
Gov. N.B. Broward.
Lena Coleman returned from
North Carolina, where she had
spent the winter with relatives.
Attorney J.M. Sapp was up
from Vernon to spend the day.
Tax collector WB. Gainer and
the county treasurer also spent the
day with Chipley friends.


AREA BRIEFS


Mature Driving


workshop starts


on Thursday


CHIPLEY
The Washington Coun-
ty Council on Aging and
AARP are co-sponsor-
ing a mature driving class
from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30
p.m. Thursday and Friday,
Oct. 9-10. The course will
be held at the St. Theresa
Catholic Church in Sunny
Hills.
This course was devel-
oped especially for the
senior driver with years
of driving experience. It
is geared toward senior
safety needs and help-
ing to compensate for
age-related changes. The
course reviews basic driv-
ing knowledge, new traf-
fic laws and techniques to
help offset the effects of
the aging process on driv-
er performance.
This course is approved
by the DHSMV for a
three-year insurance pre-
mium reduction. Course
fee is $10. To register, call
the Washington Coun-
ty Council on Aging at
638-6217.

Florida Fire Ants
sale a success
Florida Fire Ants 4-H
yard sale on Sept. 13 was
a huge success. The club
raised $101. All leftover
items were donated to
"Love In Action," a non-
profit evangelical outreach
ministry.
The next meeting of the
Fire Ants will be at 9:30
a.m. Monday, Oct. 6, at
the Ag Center in Chipley.

Tickets for JROTC
BBQ available
Although Chipley
JROTC won't be selling
its barbecue plates until
Oct. 11, residents need
to purchase tickets now
to be included when that
day arrives. The plates
will feature barbecue ribs,
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potato salad, dessert and
drink for just $5 and will
be ready between 10 a.m.
and 2 p.m.
A full slab of ribs, with
or without barbecue sauce,
will be available for $15.
They also must be ordered
in advance.
For tickets, contact
Executive Officer C/MAJ
Michelle Mastison at 638-
6100, ext. 503, or see any
of the JROTC cadets.

Adult flu vaccines
being offered
The Florida Depart-
ment of Health, Bureau of
Immunization announces
the 2008 National Adult
Immunization Awareness
Week (NAIAW) theme:
"Adult Immunization
- Supporting a Health-
ier Life Throughout the
Lifespan!"
The Washington Coun-
ty Health Department
in conjunction with the
Washington Council on
Aging has scheduled adult
flu vaccine clinics at St.
Theresa Catholic Church
in Sunny Hills from 9 a.m.
to noon Oct. 22.
Take your Medicare
card and driver's license or
other photo ID. Medicare
Part B will be billed. If you
don't have Medicare, the
cost is $33.06.

VHS Class of '68
planning reunion
Gail Culbreth, Roger D.
Hagan and Patsy Herring
will be hosting a reunion
of the VHS Class of 1968.
Plans are being made to
ride in the parade on Oct.
10 along with a dinner get-
together on Oct. 11 at the
home of Paul and Gail
Culbreth.
For more information,
please call Gail at (850)
638-8191, Roger at (850)
638-7874 or Patsy (850)
638-4111.



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VOTING...
WILL BE
HELD
OCT. 20th
NOV. 2nd


Woman's Club honors Elaine


Engram for years of service


The Woman's Club of Chipley
held its first meeting of the club year
on Sept. 10 with president Liz Corbin
presiding. After the invocation, pledge
to the flag and a patriotic song, a
salad buffet prepared by the board of
directors was served.
The department chairmen reported
on plans and projects for the upcoming
year. The special committees reports
were: 'rash and Treasures, 7 a.m. to
noon Saturday, Oct. 4, at the Club
House; Floral Design Show at 6:30
p.m. Oct. 30 at the Ag Center; and the
Christmas Tour of Homes, scheduled
for Dec. 7.
After all business and


announcements were finished, a
program was planned to honor a
special member, Elaine Engram. She
is the oldest active member of the
club and has been a member for 54
years. Engram served as president
from 1942-44 and served on most
every committee and participated
in many, many projects, fundraisers
luncheons, etc. In addition to Woman's
Club, Elaine has been a member
of the Eastern Star, Friends of the
Library, Historic Society, Spanish
Trail Playhouse, a square dance club,
a Literacy volunteer, member of
First Methodist Church and served
on several committees there. She is a


member of the Chamber of Commerce
and a Chamber Ambassador and
is still an active member of most
of these organizations. She and
husband, Marvin, were commended
for their support and dedication to the
community, and she was reminded
that all club members especially
appreciated her for her service to the
club. They have two daughters, Leslie
Ann Adams and Dana Taylor, who
were both present to help honor their
mother.
Elaine was presented a bouquet of
roses by Sybil Compton, membership
chairman, followed by the group
singing "For She's a Jolly Good Lady."


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You may have read
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medical science re-
searchers are uncover-
ing. The evidence is
becoming clearer and
clearer that active oral
disease has a basic con-
nection to effects seen in
general health. One of
the areas the research-
ers have been able to
establish clear connec-
tion is chronic gum dis-
ease and its linkage to
cardio-vascular disease.
This connection should
be a great concern for
all adults who are read-
ing this article. The
concern is because 80%
or more of the general
adult public have some
level of active low
grade gum inflamma-
tion in the bodies. This
pervasive chronic low
grade inflammation
creates a response from
our bodies immune
system. When we have
a low grade inflam-
mation anywhere in
our bodies our liver is
stimulated to release a
certain reactive protein
(c-reactive). The ac-
tion of this C reactive
protein is to act upon
plagues on the walls of
our arteries. The build
up of plague in our ar-
teries is a life style life
long occurrence, which,
helDs to lead to ulti-


mate cardio-vascular
accidents. Most com-
mon cardio-vascular
accidents are stroke
and heart attacks. This
protein reaction with
the arterial plaque is to
cause loosen or busting
of the plaque, which
creates floaters embolii)
.in the blood stream. If
the floaters are large
enough to lodge in one
of the small arteries of
our brain it is called a
stroke and if it lodges
in one of the arteries
of the heart it is called
a heart attack.
It is always impor-
tant to look at cause
and effect when we
want to take action to
create a different effect
or outcome. If we did
not have the low grade
chronic inflammation
in our gums our liver
would not be stimu-
lated to release the C-
reactive protein and
the protein would not
be creating floaters in
our blood stream. The
above information can


Larry J. Cook, DMD
become too entailed,
yet the moral of the
story is that every adult
should take action to be
certain that they are not
in the 80% of persons
who have an ongoing
low grade gum inflam-
mation. If we create a
healthy oral condition
we lessen the chances
of these unique cardio
vascular accident con-
nections from occur-
ring.
Consult with your
dental professional for
an evaluation of you
current dental health
condition. Allow your
dental team to develop
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Oct. 4
Sprint Cup Coors Light Pole Qualif
Craftsman Truck Series Set-Up SPE
Craftsman Truck Series Mountain D
Oct. 5
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Oct. 9
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Oct. 10
Nationwide Coors Light Pole Quali
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Nationwide Series Countdown ES
Nationwide Series Dollar General
Trackside at Charlotte SPEED @ 1
Oct. 11
NASCAR RaceDay SPEED @ 4 p.
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Sprint Cup Bank of America 500 -
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Oct. 12
ARCA-RE/MAX Series Hantz Group
NASCAR Victory Lane SPEED @ 7


The Next

(UNationwide

Oct. 11 Oct. 10
Concord, N.C. Concord, N.C.
Bank of America Dollar General
500 300


Menard to
Paul Menard has reached
an agreement to drive for
Yates Racing in the NASCAR
Sprint Cup Series beginning
with the 2009 season.
"This is a great opportunity
and I'm glad to be joining the
Yates Racing organization
next season," Menard said. "I
think a lot of what Doug Yates
and Max Jones are doing over
there is building for continued
success. I'm excited to be a
part of their future and excited
to work with Travis [Kvapil]
and David [Gilliland].
"You look at what Doug
and the Ford Motor Company
have done in this sport,
they've created a lot of horse-

Team Red Bull
Red Bull Racing Team
announced that Mike Skinner
and Red Bull development
driver Scott Speed will replace
AJ. Allmendinger in the No.
84 for the rest of the 2008
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series
season.
The No. 84 currently sits
33rd in owner points.
"The schedule we put
together is in the best interest of
both Red Bull Racing Team
and A.J.'s plans for the future,"
said the team's vice president
and general manager Jay Frye.
"Allowing Mike Skinner and
Scott Speed to share the No. 84
for the balance of the season


On the

Bubble
Driver: Robby Gordon
Owner: Robby Gordon
Points: 2,182
Points out of 34th: 50
Points ahead of 36th: 29
Place Owner
33 Dietrich Mateschitz
34 Joe Custer
35 Robby Gordon
36 Rob Kauffman
37 Roger Penske
38 George Gillett, Jr.


6 Saturday, October 4, 2008 Washington County News


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cth restrictor plate race?

even more special as not only will Dale Jr. be on the track, but
also the names of 73,000 fans will be on the No. 88 Chevy
Impala as part of the Ride with Dale Jr. promotion.
"This has been a good track for us. Always run good
there. Got a lot of fans there," said Eamhardt.
"W'e're going to have a special paint scheme with
all the fans that signed into the promotional deal
Stith Amp All their names will be on the car,
about 70.000 names. We're pretty excited
about that.
"I don't know; it's just a good track. It's
more of a mental race than a physical race.
"4 It's nor rtealll who has the best car; it's the
guy \\ ho makes the best moves and makes the
right decisions there at the end of the race."
For Eamhardt and the rest of the drivers, drafting
ill be the ke. and he learned from a man who
man.l think as actually able to see the air going
W. around the cars on the track, his father Dale
-Sr


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By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
/ing SPEED @ noon
ing SPEED @ noon The name Earnhardt and Talladega Superspeedway are a very
:ED @ 2:30 p.m.
EED @ 2:30 p.m. dynamic combination.
ew 250- SPEED @ 3 p.m. Between the late Dale Eamhardt Sr., and his son, Dale
Jr., they have combined for an impressive 15 wins.
This Sunday Earnhardt Jr. will be looking to put his
Sa.m. sixth career notch in his Talladega belt and possibly
.m. close in on teammate and current Chase for the Sprint
C @ noon Cup points leader, Jimmie Johnson.
@ p.m. "Well, to me it's special. I don't think everyone gets
p.m. that sensation going into the race. But to me it's a pret-
ty important place just 'cause my family's done so well
.m. there," said Eamhardt who is in eight place in the Chase
inE2 @ p.m. and 190 points behind Johnson. "And the way the fans
ing ESPN2 @ 6 p.mtreat us there makes it exciting, make it a place you look
forward to. I think that's probably the biggest key, the
S- E p.m. fans and how they've treated us at that track.
@ 5:30 p.m. It really gets you excited when it's
SPN2 @ 6:30 p.m. "I do('t know. _
p.m.coming up on the schedule.
300- ESPN2 @ 7 p.m. "I don't know. I think as
0 p.m.
far as our position now in the
Chase, we just kind of got to /
S@6, p.m. go for broke, really throw it
out there and take some
ABC @ 6:25 p.m.
chances, really take some
p.m. risks."
When talking about
p 200 SPEED @ 1 p.m. When talking about 0 1
7p Risk and going for broke, 01- 4' lO
p.. could Eamhardt take
on more of an attitude
race fans saw from
Carl Edwards last
Lap Sunday at Kansas
Speedway.
"I haven't seen
what Carl did. I've
W'had it described to
Oct. 18 Oct. 12 me. All I can say is,
Martinsville Toledo you know, it takes a
Kroger Hantz Group lot of guts to make a '
200 200 move like that. It
really takes a lot," '

leave DEI !E
said Eamhardt.

the recklessness of
power and hoisted quite a few the situation, but i
trophies over the years. I'd like really shows how
to help continue that for both hard of a racer
of them." Carl is,I
Menard's Ford Fusion will h o w
feature sponsorship from deter-
Menards, his father's mined,
Midwest-based hardware what he's
chain that will follow him willing to do.
from his current ride at Dale "I haven't
Eamhardt Inc. really seen it on TV.
Without Menard, DEI has As long as it wasn't put-
just one full sponsor in Bass ting anybody else in jeop-
Pro Shops for Martin Truex Jr. ardy, I think it just shows what
He recently agreed to a one- kind of true grit a guy like Carl
year extension with DEI that has."
takes him through 2009, but is This weekend is going to be
winless this season and failed
to make the Chase for the
Sprint Cup championship. Track

charges ahead Facts
helps our team continue devel-
oping our program for the
future."
Skinner, who drove the No.
84 Toyota for five races earlier
in the 2008 season, will take the
reins of the No. 84 at the Cup -2007 Pot TALLe
u 12007 Pole Winner (mph)
races in both Talladega and Michael Waltrip -189.070
Charlotte. His best finish for
2007 Race Winner (mph)
the team was 27th at Atlanta. Jeff Gordon- 143.4
Jeff Gordon 143.438
Skinner currently sits fifth in Track Qualifying Reor
Track Qualifying Record
the Truck Series standings with David Gilliland 191.712
a victory and 15 top-10s in 19 m.ph. (2006)
ts . Track Race Record
Speed will drive the No. 82 Track Race RecordBank
Mark Martin 188.354 m.p.h. 330 Bankir
Toyota at Charlotte on Oct. 11 (1997)
the same weekend he attempts
to clinch the ARCA RE/MAX
Series championship in Toledo. -,. (




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Driver Behind Driver Behind
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2. Carl Edwards -10 2. Carl Edwards -196
Robby Gordon 3. Greg Biffle -30 3. Brad Keselowski -268
Driver Points 4. Jeff Burton -121 4. Mike Bliss -486
A.J. Allmendinger 2,271 5. Kevin Harvick -136 5. David Ragan -506
Scott Riggs 2,232 6. Jeff Gordon -143 6. David Reutimann -601
Robby Gordon 2,182 7. Clint Bowyer -164 7. Kyle Busch -656
Michael McDowell 2,153 8. Dale EarnhardtJr. -190 8. Mike Wallace -893
Sam Hornish, Jr. 2,116 9. Matt Kenseth -192 9. Jason Leffler -902


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FOR WASHINGTON JOHN S. OSTROWSKland As Deputy Clerk ESCAMBIA COUNTY The bids should be sealed 2130-FarmAnmals/ Manaement Social Re- e weet yellow onions. cludng citrus are avaia-
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'before service on plaintiffs FIED that a Petition for Ter- Probate Division, the ad- 850-638-4629. mouband, 3 CB antenaes tri 3270Budget and Finance
attorney or immediately Lawrence C.Davis mination of Parental Rights dress of which is RO. Box Holmes County High pie dresser, clothes, lots of en- medium lack' Coordinator.
thereafter; otherwise a de- Route 4 Box 80 and a Notice of Advisory 56, Chipley, FL 32428. The School Class of 1988 misc. Blue Jay Drive, Sat- I soft-leather jacket. Worn I At least five (5) years
fault will be entered Buena Vista GA 31803 Hearing has been filed in names and addresses of Reunion urday, October 4, 8:00 once. $150 OBO. Call expenence in all phases
against you for the relief the above-styled Court for the personal representa- 2130 a.m.-until Don at 850-3738280. (of accounting and two
demanded in the com- Ronald W. Davis the termination of parental tive and the personal Join us for this event to L -- (2) years experiencein
plaint or petition. 3157 Montwood Dr rights of J.C.M., a male representative's attorney begin 10/17 through For Sale: 1 black Angus Gigantic Yard-Sale demonstrated
Dated this 17 day of Sep- Montgomery AL 36116 child, born on the 21st day are set forth below. 10/19. Heifer cow, $550.00 and 1 October 4,11, & 18th. supervisory skills is re-
tember, 2008. of November, 1994, in All creditors of the dece- The reunion events will white faced Heford heifer 755 Brown Street in Chip- quired. Three (3) years
LINDA COOK, Clerk of the Reginald D. Davis Escambia County, Florida, dent and other persons begin at the Bonifay Ag cow, $500.00 Call ley. 8am until. Lots of new 3280 experience in a
.Court 240 Bear Road to permanently commit having claims or demands Center with a 5:30 p.m. 850-548-9991 items. ,Dozier blade for John governmental agency
By: K. McDaniel Eufaula AL 36027 said J.C.M., to the State of against decedent's estate dinner ____ Family yr sal Deere farm tractor, preferred.
Deputy Clerk Florida Department of Chil- on whom a copy of this (Coordinated by Jason Fr a ain hens, Hg3 GFn ard sB $1500.00. Wanted farm Graduation from an
As published in the Wash- Jimmy Cupp dren and Family Services notice is served within Hatcher) For 0 laying ens, 3 Griffin Dr., Boay fence wire, barb wire accredited university or
ington County News Sep- each and 7 Saturday, October 3rd
ington County News Sep- Post Office Box 760 for subsequent adoption, three months after the date Price per person is $15, Guenias $10.00 each. Call 7:00 a to 12:00 p chicken wre etc college with a four (4)
member 20, 27, October 4, Cloudcroft NM 88317 You are hereby comman- of the first publication of with payments in u 1850-9-21 Furniture, clothes, kitchen 850-212-6964 year degree in Account-
I1,2008. ded to be and appear be- this notice must file their advance to Jason 850-956-2491re, ing or BusinessAd-
Ralph Michael fore the Honorable Ross claims with this Court @drhatcher.com. ware, etc_.- ministration AND hold
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 2548 Old Alabama Road Goodman, or other presid- WITHIN THE LATER OF Livestock for sale Huge Multi-Family Yard Certified Public
FOR WASHINGTON Thomaston GA 30286 ing Judge of the Circuit THREE MONTHS AFTER Saturday's events Dairy goats, Nubian and Sale, 1871 Orange Hill Rd, 3300 Accountant (CPA)
COUNTY, FLORIDA Court, in and for Escambia THE DATE OF THE FIRST (coordinated by Patti Alpines, some milking. 4.5 miles from town, Satur- 2000 Honda 300 4- required. Certified
CASE NO. 08-145 CC if alive, and if dead, any County, Florida, on the PUBLICATION OF THIS Sheesley) 850-415-0289. day, October 4th. 8:00am wheeler, $2500. Revelation Government Finance
unknown parties or entities 28th day of October 2008, NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS begin at 11:00 a.m. with until 12:00pm. Pump shotgun, $125. Mar- Officer (CGFO)
IRENE G. FISH, AS TRUS- claiming as heirs, devi- at 9:00 a.m., for a Re-Set AFTER THE DATE OF a picnic at rd l Fria lin .22 semi-automatic rifle, preferred. The starting
TEE FOR THE IRENE G. sees, grantees, assignees, Advisory Hearing, at the SERVICE OF A COPY OF Middlebrooks.Park. Huge Yard Sale; Friday in .22semith an eo hourly rate is $24.00.
FISH TRUST, lienors, creditors, trustees Juvenile Justice Bruno THIS NOTICE ON THEM. Saturday, October 3-4, $85. Smith and Wesson Applications and job
Plaintiff, or as other claimants by, Center, located at 1800 St. All other creditors of the Sunday events 8-12, furniture, $. caliber e hand gun d icaptions an be
vs. through, under or against Mary's Street, Pensacola, decedent and persons (Coordinated by men/women name-brand 850-535e0944. obtained at the
ANTOINETTE ELGERT, those defendants named FL 32501. having claims or demands Raeann Moore) clothes, dishes, quilts, 8-5- Washington County
Defendant. above FAILURE TO PERSON- against the decedent's es- begin at First Baptist sportinggoods, household pendable Board of County
ALLY APPEAR AT THE tate must file their claims Church at 10:45. items, turn at Expresslane or long distance, low Commissioners' office
NOTICE OF ACTION YOU ARE NOTIFIED that RE-SET ADVISORY HEAR- with this court WITHIN East Hwy 173 i, p s open 24 hours, 71 ocatedat
an action to quiet title to ING CONSTITUTES CON- THREE MONTHS AFTER Amy Cooley is collect- MERCHANDISE 3268 Cody Taylor Lane, days a week. Day; 1331 South Boulevard,
TO: ANTOINETTE real property on the fol- SENT TO THE TERMINA- THE DATE OF THE FIRST ing pictures for a Bonifay. 1-850-849-1315, .night Chipley, FL 32428.
ELGERT lowing property in Wash- TION OF PARENTAL PUBLICATION OF THIS presentation to show on 3110-Aplian es Huge Yearly Yard Sale; 7-850-547292 nsmay aso
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that ington County, Florida: RIGHTS OF THIS CHILD. NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS, DE- Friday. If you have pic- 3120 Arts & Crafts bar stools, desk, Christ- --" ---- be obtained at
an action for mortgage IF YOU FAIL TO APPEAR MANDS AND OBJEC- tures (limit 10 please) 3130- Auctions mas, lots stuff. Friday & For Sale Heavy Duty www.washingtonfl.com.
foreclosure and damages Beginning 75 feet East of ON THE DATE AND TIME TIONS NOT SO FILED you would like included, 3140 Baby Items Saturday, October 2,3, 8-2. Masonry Saw $500, Metal Application deadline-
has been filed against you the SW Corner of Lot 4, SPECIFIED, YOU MAY WILL BE FOREVER email them directly to 3150 Building Supplies 1795 Jenkins Blvd. Scaffolding $300. 14ft. Oct. 13, 2008 at 3:00
and you are required to Block E, Hagerman Addi- LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS BARRED. our class email address 3160 Business Galvanized farm gate $50. p.m.
serve a copy of your writ- tion, Chipley, Florida; AS A PARENT TO THE The date of the first publi- at Equipment LARGE ABANDONED Call before 8:00pm. All questions regarding
ten defenses, if any, to it thence run East,52 feet; CHILD NAMED IN THE cation of this notice is Oc- HCHSclassof88reunion 3170 Collectibles GOODS SALE. 850-535-0944. this position or other
-on TIMOTHY H. WELLS, thence run North 235 feet; PETITION FOR TERMINA- tober4, 2008. 3180 gComputers Friday and Saturday For Sale: Fish to stock ancies should be
plaintiff's attorney, whose thence West 52 feet; TION OF PARENTAL PATRICK J. FAUCHUEX You may also email 3200 Firewood October 3rd and 4th, your pond or lake; cop- Resources Department,
-address is R 0. Box 155, thence South 235 feet, to RIGHTS. Patrick Jl Fauchuex, RA. HCHSclassof88reunion 3210 Free Pass It On 2008. 8:00 AM-5:00 PM. ernose, bluegill, 850-4155151
'Bonifay, FL 32425, on or the Point of Beginning IN ACCORDANCE WITH 845 Jenks Avenue @gmail.com 3220 Furniture Located on the bypass shellcracker, channel cat-
before October 24, 2008, THE AMERICANS WITH Panama City, FL 32401 for further information 3230 Garage/Yard Sales (Maple Avenue) Ge- fish, mosquito fish and
and file the original with has been filed against you DISABILITIES ACT, ANY (850) 763-3800 about the reunion 3240 Guns neva, AL. Near court- grass carp (850)547-2215 General
the clerk of this court either and you are required to PERSON(S) WITH A DISA- FL BAR ID# 0273104 events. 3250 Good Things to Eat house. Come check out
before service on plaintiff's serve a copy of your writ- BILITY WHO REQUIRE(S) Attorney for Personal Rep- If anyone knows a mem- 3260 Health & Fitness the Halloween -and Looking To Buy a 3BR or POSTAL JOBS
attorney or immediately ten defenses, if any, to it SPECIAL ACCOMMODA- resentative ber of the Class of1988, 3270-Jewelry/Clothing Christmas items. 4BR doublewide mo- $17.89$2827/HR,Now
thereafter; otherwise a de- on Timothy H. Wells, plain- TIONS SHALL CONTACT Wendy Varnum, Personal please let them know 3280 Machinery/ t bilehome to be moved ..iring For application &
fault will be entered tiffs' attorney, whose ad- THE CLERK OF COURT, Representative about the reunion. 3290 MedicalEquipment Mult Family Yard Sale. Fixer-upper ok. CallBilly Free Government job
3300 Miscellaneous Sat., Oct. 4th. 896 Main 850-260-2858. info, Call American As-
3310 Musical Instruments Street (The Stone House) of Labor.
3320 Plants & Shrubs/ Chipley. 7am-until. 1-913-599-8226, 24hrs.
Supplies Clothes, dishes, bird emp. serv.
330 Restaurant/Hotel houses, too many items to 3320
330 Sporting Goods(Bu list Leola Brock Nurseries General
Multi-family Yard-Sale, LLC Plants, trees and
Sat., Oct. 4th. 7am-until. shrubs. Landscape design, Wanted musicians for
1853 Hwy 90 in Chipley. landscape contracting, irri- bluegrass/gospel jams and
nation systems. 1788 monthly event in Green-
310 Multi-family/Yardsale White Road, Bonifay, FL head. Call Bruce Cobb
SWanted To Buy 3nque-. Chipley, Sat.,Oct4th, 8am 32425 a(ashington 773-3091. Beginners

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E A- ho- ,n ri Ai Srrm dr cloth8es3T-3X, books, rec- 3261500
J) 3,4ords, misc/some new. 896
W H EEL Hwy-277. Across from 1 I .
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. \ = Sat. Oct. 4th, 7am-11am,
_.____ 3511 Pipkin Rd (South of
*I .- 0 iBonifay). Tv's, yard-tools,
Apartment size chest welder, power-tools, fish-
Dtypebfreezer, one yr. old, ing, dvd's, clothes, animal COMPA INC.
cubic ft., $150. Call traps, too much to list.
S850-415-6837. If no answer Saturday, Oct 4th, 8am Are you an energetic and dependable
leave message, until. One Day Only at
Haeiccrttrc vanow3701 Clayton Rd corner of worker? If so, you qualify for an
Have a car, truck van or 79 & Clayton. Fumi- opportunity to launch your career with a
motorcycle you are wanting ture, computer desks,
motorcycle you are wanting baby items, men's suits, growing company! You must be willing
3150 wedding decorations, gas C E l s o l
to sell? We'll run your ad in 18 gauge metal studs and misdcir ons, gas to travel and have valid ID and SS card.
all three publications for track, 1161 pieces, various Saturday-Oct.4th at 979 Come by, introduce yourself and fill out
a.- thre --bc- sizes $1,000.00 firm. 05 Falling Waters Rd. 8am- an application. (EOE)
8 W E K Honda 1300 VTX-S black, 5pm. Home decor, Hallow-
I.' \ __ -accessorized, 14000miles, een costumes, men's &
.:_ mint condition, $8,000.00 women's clothing, an- We offer great benefits to qualifying
SFOR -_ __ _' firm. 850-547-3949 tiques Rainbow Vacuum employees such as 401k, group medical
Beauliful Sleel Sunny Hills. Saturday, and dental insurance, employee stock
$m 9 999* Buildings October 11, at 8:00 AM to purchase, vacation, life and LTD
Utility, Commercial, 3:00 PM. 3811 Bricknell
Agricultural Discounted, Ave. New his & her bicy- insurance, uniforms and per diem.
Can Erect cles, full set of ladies ping
A SAVINGS OF $32.01 OFF THE REGULAR PRICE Local Consultant golf clubs, lawn mower "fto Wakin- au d/j/vr'cei' ow
SAVIGS F $2.0 OF THEREG LARPRIE :Source #134 lots of good stuff to chose


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Yard Sale Saturday, l 946
Oct.4th. 650 5th St.
To(corne place y5o r ad, caall e -ando We are now taking applications for
Wplc.Watts Ave.) 8am-Noon.-Welders
850-638-0212 850547-9414 -Welders
''Furniture& Mattresses niture, men's 3X shirts, -Mechanics
Low, low, low overhead orner ofor the family -ClaSS A CDL Drivers
ashington County News guarantees low, low, low Harvey Etheridge. Thurs- -Equipment Operators
Washington runtprices. P&S Discount Fur-day
T -Adveri. se niture, Chipley. (Since Friday 93 -Construction Crew Laborers
Holmes County Times-Ad ertiser 1973)8563311 Yard Sale: ct. 2nd, 8a.mnstruction.com
to 1p.m., Oct. 3rd, 8a.m. to www.trawickconstruction.com
W Kly" A4p.m., Oct. 4th, 8a.m. to
Weekly Advertiser Two Twin Beds 1p.m. 1325 South Weeks 1555 South Boulevard I Chipley, Fl
w/mattress and box St., Bonifay. Lots of
U to 20 w P a springs. $100. Call different items to many to 850.638.0429
'Up to 20 words. Personal ads only, no dealers. 547-2554. mention. _


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04100 1 4100460 6110 6140 1 6170 17150
61004100 4130 1
rTe acer" - For Rent: Ridgewood Publisher's Mobile Homes for rent in 20 acres, $27,500.00 with
General Healthcare I I Other ART Gallery for RENT. Apartments, 602 S. Weeks Cottondale on Sapp Road, 1320 feet Highway 2 front-
IGneral TEACHER WANTED: I Special rate for only St. Bonifay. Remodeled NOtice 8 miles east of Chipley. age. Seller financing avail-
HELP ARNP Needed for local Tri-County Community Mystery Shoppers. Earn $250.00 a rponth. and NEW OWNERS. 1, 2, 3BR/2BA and 2BR/2BA able. Call Stephanie Brad-
WANTED--A.S.A.R! Medical Practice. Mon- Council, Inc., is accept- up to $100 a day. Under- Water, Sewer and Gar- 3, Bedrooms. Call All real estate advertisingin available. Total electric. ley @ Tri-County Realty
InstSallerPay Based on Ex ter sted,- please send Head S art t Program.|-
Experienced HVAC Duct day thru Friday. If in- I ing applications for theI cover shoppers needed to bage pickup included. 850-557-7732 this newspaper is subjectto (850)258-4868; 209-8847 850-541-1099
Installer Pay Based on Ex terested, please send I Head Start Program. judge retail/ dining estab- Call 850 547-5244 to fill the Fair HousingAct which www.charloscountryliv- ft. lot,
penence 850-638-3611. resume to: ARN PO. GreatBenefits. lishments. Exp notre- out an application. LARGE 1R Apartment makes itillegaltoadvertise 100x145ng.com
Box 947, Chipley, FL. I IGquired. Please Call $450, SD $250. Downtown "any preference, limitation or ing.cCerro-Gordo campsites,
For more information, RESPNSIBIL4Chipley, convenient loca- discrimination based on Nice 2BR Mobile home pier, power-pole, Make
For more information, IRESPONSIBILITY :I 1-800-308-4616. ,PEExecutive Office space tion. Rent includes stove race, color, religion, sex, on Corbin Road, all elec- reasonable offer, Price to
please call Teacher Plan and initi- for lease on Brickyard I refrigerator, city wate handicap, familial status or tric, deck on front and sale. 850-512-3820
eneral.850 638-1230. ate classroom activitie I for lease on Brickyard I refrigerator, city water, national origin, or an inten-
General 850-638-1230 ate classroom actvite I Rd. Great location, sewer, garbage. Sorry no tion, to make any such pref- rear, storage shed on big
accordMainten e Ting to Headacross from Chipley pets or HUD. erence, limitation or dis- lot. Sorry no pets. Ifur- Nice large shaded lot,
Mafor City of Vernon. Appli- Sales represent High School. 638-7700 I 850-638-3306. crimination" Familial status nished water, garbage and corner of Forrest Ave
for City of Vernon. Appli- Sales Representatives: l www.chipleyoffcefor includes children under the extermination included, 2nd St, in Chipley. Lo
cations are available at QUALIFICATIONS: I leasecom ageof 18 livingwith parents change a/c filter and mow cated approximately two
Vernon City Hall, 2808 Yel- Avon Representatives Teacher A.A. degree a L -- .-------. J (or legal custodians, preg- in summer months. For blocks from city park,
low Jacket Drve, Vernon Needed; Earn gasoline or equivalent from a nant women and people se- more info call three blocks from elemen-
Monday thru Thursday, and spending money. Ap- two-year college. 3 6 Executive Office Space 6140 curing custody of children 850-638-1911 or tary school and half-mile
7am to 4:30pm. Equal pointment fee $10. Phone months related experi- for rent downtown Chipley. 2BR/1BA house for rent under 18. 850326-2201. from Hospital. Existing
Opportunity Employer Dwayne Atkins @ ence or training. 638-1918 on Maddox Spring Road city utilities. Asking
Drug Free workplace 850-547-1640. SR BUSINESS&FINANa rom P Pond. This newspaper will not Nice 3BR/2BA, One acre $36,500 OB. Call
SCurrent driver's license Business CH/A, water garbage & knowingly accept anyadver- in Leisure Lakes, includes 850-260-5373.
S /- B --- -- -- - ------ i and proper vehicle Opportunities Office space for lease, sewer included. 30ft. in violation of the law. Our Direct-Tv and garbage.
Sales/Business Develbpment I insurance coverage. I 5110 Money to Lend 1240 S Blvd (Corner of camper for rent, fenced in, readers are hereby Informed $600/mo, $600/deposit T 5 areas & On 10
Advertising Sales and background $800/mo, 1000 s 3 la re R.. C. 10 acres & One 13 acres
screeningffices, 1 recepr, 1 8 .535 2, ,,,,,,, on Gainer Rd. For more
'screening.offices, 1 recep___:_r_ 1 61___. ____ 6*runfo call 850-638-1858.
Washington County News I I Applications may be ob- bath, kitchen, r .: info call .50--638-1858
Holmes County Times-Advertiser I trained from any I 5100 lot, hardwood iirS. 2BR 1BA House ,r, Cr,,p. .:r,,,,r,, ,: UD ,101ii'iIt-
Holmes County Times-Advertiser Tri-County Community 407-616-6890. ley. Water, sewer & gar- at 1-800-669-9777. The
I ICouncil, Inc., office and Lawn Care/Outside bage included. $600 toll-free number for the hear-
Do you want a career where you can make a differ- submitted byMonday, aI nth, $300 deposit spared is 7160
ence? Are you a motivated sales associate? f you October 6Maintenance 850-814-2625. 2BR/1BA Singlewide
answered yes and yes, take a look at Freedom. We I October 6, 2008 at 4:30 w/new c 850-8 2BR/BA S inglewide
Want you Freedom wants motivated Multi-media Ad- | Forinformation and an aw are / Pressure 3BR/1BA Block House inet pin
vertising Account Executives. You will have the op- General out- 6110 country between Chipley & Washing @ General out- T $13,900, set up included.
portunity to join a dynamic and energetic sales pro- Kent Adinistratve side maintenance...Ask for Rent 2 ausau on Joe Neel Rd. o.n.n 70-CalHomes
gram and channel your initiative, innovation, and (850) James free estimates bedrooms 2 1/2 baths Central air/heat, fireplace. 7110 Beach Home/ 3BR/2BA Doublewide
competitive spirit to make an impact on our custom- 1547-3689. 2609508or638-5997 Townhouse Apartment in HUD-accepted. $600 Propery w/fireplace, new carpet
ers, our organization, and your own career. You will Successful applicant will Bonifay. NO pets allowed month plus deposit. 7120 Commercial paint,. $26,900.
Touch on all media platforms at Freedom, selling print I be subject to Phone 850-547-3129 260-2991 6170 7130 condo/Townhouse New 14x72, 3BR/2BA,
and online ads. Leverage your creativity as you part- pre-employment drug I 7140 Farms & Ranches $25,900. Call Brad @
ner with customers to create custom multi-media so- I test. Only qualified ap- F in Ponce de Leon, private $300. month, plus $300. 716 Mobile Home710 s/Lots 850763-7780
lutions, using our exciting and ever-growing portfolio Iplicants will be consid- a APARTMENTS FOR in Ponce de Leon, private $300. month, plus $300. 7160 Mobile Homes/Lois
f advertising products. Your success in this ro plicants will be consid- RENT country setting. $525.00 deposit, no pets, Call 7170- Waterfront READY TO MOVE IN
couldset you up to pursue a variety of career paths I AL OPPORTUNITY Based on family income month plus $300.00 de- 547-2043. Leave message. 718 Investment This 1860 Sq.Ft. 3BR/2BA
in our organization or throughout our parent com- I EMPLOYER AND DRUG I and must Qualify. osit 850-2653166 BR/1BA Mobile Home in 7190 Out-of-Town and 5 Acres Central Air,
pany, Freedom Communications, Inc. (FCI), one of AND SMOKE FREE I Geothermal HVAC. For Rent: VERNON house Bonifay. $350 month. Real Estate A Lare
the nation's largest privately owned media compa- WORKPLACE. Apply at 1370 Old Boni- with 2 ponds, very private, Near Bonitay Elementary 7200 Timeshare Appliances, Large deck
Inies. L fay Rd. Application must Ponce De Leon, 2 bed- School. 850-547-3746. overlooking pond, 15 mi
H ~ SW of Chipley FL. Financ-
SESTA FOR E: be completed at office. room and 3 bedroom mo- 2BR/1BA Trailer in town. _' Ring, $86,500.
Send resume to nbarefleld@chipleypaper.com 5100 Buslness/ 638-0134. Equal Hous- bile home, 850-849-5068 Central air/heat. water in- 7100 (86647-2005.
or pick up an application at 4130 Commercial ing Opportunity., b eluded in agent $400 at i(866)471-20
110 Apartments For Rent; 2 & 3 bedroom d n nt 426 2nd St., Chipley.
O their 6120-Beach Rentals homes, no pets, deposit month plus deposit. 2/3R, 2BA like brand
SMysteriy S r CO lY gt 3 -Condoh ownh house For rent Sleepy Hollow required, Bonfy260-2991. new, beautiful lot w/pond
1364N.RairoadAvenue,Chipley,Florida Mystery Shoppers, get 140- House Rentals Duplex Apartments 850-547-5007 2BR Mobile Home. Total 1200 sq. ft. 3 acres. Only
paid to shop Retail/dining 6150 Roommate Wanted HUD not accepted electric, stove & refrigera- 45 mins. to Panama City
For more information or to apply online, vsit establishments need un- a160 RoomsforRent 2BR/1BA and 3BR/1BA. Nice clean Houses, Apart- tor Front deck. Smoke Beach. Owner may fi-
Formoreinformaionor to applyonline, visit derercover clients to judge 170- Mobile Home/Lot Water, garbage, lawn care ments, Mobile homes for free environment. No pet. nance, partial tade for
wwwfreedomcom seeCareers" quality customer service. 180 ut-of-Town Rentals included. Spacious, en- rent. 4BR/2BA brick home Apply @ The Westerner, boat or give cash back.
Equal Opportunity Employer- Drug-free Workplace Ear upto $1 a day. 0- a Rentals ergy efficient with private or sale 85-547-5085 or 638-1124 5900 OBO (314) A OMOTIVE MARINE
all (888)-523-1013. 6200 Vacation Rentals yard. 850-638-7128. 850-547-2531 3BR/124B M Home 36 0 R RTO E MARINA
C (888)-523-113 346-3303. RECM NE
3BR/1%BA Mobile Home, _RECREATIONAL
Mud Hill Rd. $500 month 4BR/1%2BA, 1078 sq.ft, 8100 Antique & Collectibles
+ $500 deposit. Water, 3BR/2BA, 1168 sq. ft. 8110-Cars
ADOPTION Learn to Operate a Crane or Bull AIRLINESARE HIRING-Trainforhigh sewage and trash fur- both near one acre lotwith 8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
Dozer Heavy Equipment Training. paying Aviation Maintenance Career. 0-8 95s50-535-218 Leave me -treasoabth in Chipled. 81 Trucas
Reasonably priced. 8150 Commercial
Pregnant? Considering adoption? National Certification. Financial & FAA approved program. Financial sage. 850-547-2091. 810- Motorcycles
A married couple, large extended Placement Assistance. Georgia aid if qualified Job placement R2BHill ChlpleRd abalauction. 8170-Auo Paries
family, seeks to adopt. Financially School of Construction. www. assistance. CALL Aviation Institute CH/A, $500/mo, $250 de- com 8210 -eBoats
posit, water furnished. No 8220- Personal Watercraft
secure. Expenses paid. Call KAREN Heavy5.com Use code "FLCNH" or of Maintenance (888)349-5387. pot,' wae' fished. 0No 8230- Sailboats e
Pets. CaKIl.850-638-8570. Calhoun City 8240 Boat & Marine
& KEVIN. (ask for michelle/adam). call(866)218-2763. 3BR/2BA Mobilehome in Aitha, FL.3BD/31/BAon Supplies
(800)790-5260. FL Bar# 0150789. NOW AVAILABLE! 2008 POST Chipley, W/D hook-up, White Pond. 8310- Aircraft/Aviation
(800)790-5260. FL Bar# 0150789CH/A,in park near ele- On-line bidding now 8320 ATV RoadVehicles
HELP WANTED OFFICE JOBS. $18-$20/HR. NO mentary school. No pets. Uve auction Oct. 16, 83-Campers&Trailers
AUCTIONS EXPERIENCE, PAID TRAINING, $475/mo plus $475 de- 2008.
AUCTIONS EXPERIENCE, PAposit. 850-638-0560. d 850-510-2501. AB2387
No Truck Driver Experience-No FED BENEFITS, VACATIONS. CALL 3BR/2BA Singlewide For Sale: 2BR/1BA house 1
AUCTION OCTOBER 25TH Problem. Wil-Trans Trucking Will (800)910-9941 TODAY! REF #FL08. CH/A. 2614Springhill Rd., in country, Gavin Rd, 3% .
2 miles south of Bonifay off acres shed, 2 wells, cn- 1988 Brougham
Picturesque Lambsburg, VA.. 125 Teach You How to Drive. Company Jenkins Rd. tralheatair fish pond. D'Elegance Cadillac.
Acres Subdivided. 5+ Acre Tracts Sponsored CDL Training. Be OTR in REAL ESTATE 850-373-8922. $85,000. 850-263-6999 Power windows, locks,
3BR/1BA, newly reno- seats, AC, AM-FM radio
Mountain land. Views, Farmhouse. Three Weeks. (888)368-1205. Must vated, near town, parks & TLC Home for Sale w/tape. Good tires, very
Details: www.rogersrealty.com be 23. TENNESSEE LAND RUSH! 1+acre Bonifay Elementary Threebedroom/one bath clean insideand out.
school. $425. a month, home for sale in Caryville. 106,200 miles. $2,500
(800)442-7906 or (336)789-2926. to 2acre homesites, wood, views. 850-547-3746 or Needs ALOT of TLC to OBO. 850-548-1215.
VA#2. A PHAT JOB! NOW HIRING 18-24 Starting at $59,900. Tenn River 850-956-2267 make into a nice starter osanSnta, uto-
SHARP ENTHUSIASTIC MOTIVATED & Nick-a-Jack view tracts now CHIPLEY prox. 1 acre +/- ith 1200 miles, $14,500., 34+ miles
SHARP ENTHUSIASTIC MOTIVATED & Nick-a-Jack view tracts now .heated and cooled living per gallon. 850-849-1879,
AUTO DONATIONS GUYS & GIRLS FREE TO TRAVEL available! Retirement guide rates I Circle J MobileHome space. Asking price 80547-36281 T392
Park. 921 N 2nd St. in $45,000. Call 258-4560 for
USA REPRESENTING 150+ this area #2 is U.S. places to retire. I Chipley and GracevilleI more information Crown Vie, 1996. $2,999.
DONATE YOUR VEHICLE RECEIVE LEADING PUBLICATIONS. 2 WEEKS Low cost of living, no impact fee. I Mobile HomePark. I One owner. AC, P/S, P/W,
2&3/BR units for rent, tinted windows. Clean.
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