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Place of Publication: Chipley, Fla
Publication Date: May 6, 2009
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Wednesday,MAY:6,2009 i w ww .ch i ple yp a pe~r~com Volume 86, Number 5 50(


SLocal Owvners, Local Management, Local Decisions


INSIDE.,
State celebrates Teacher
Appreciation week | A10

Washington Founty School
District.
"'I attribute theselmnprove-
ments to all the hard work of
students, teacherS aild ad-
ministrators and commend
them. all,' Superintendent Dr.


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JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
'afelsberg@chipleypaperscom
Monday, May 4;.a Disaster Re-
covery Center (DRCs) opened to
help Floridians recover from se-
Vere storms and flooding that be-
gan. March 26, Federal and state
disaster-recovery representatives
are meeting one-on-one to speed
the recovery process at DRCs
across the 14 disaster-designated


their notice.
Storm survivors who visit the
centers may apply for assistance,
check the status of an. existing
Federal Emergency Management
Agency' (FEMA)- application and
get additional information about
resources available to eligible? ap-
plicants. The celiters are staffed
with specialists from FEMA, the
State Emergency Response Team
(SERT), the U.S. Small Business
Administration (SBA) and a vari-
etylof disaster-recovery re~presen-
tatives from local and voluntary
See DRC Al0



Washmngton.

COUnty TOads

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From staff reports
(HIPLEY Due to the recent
heavy rains and continuing runoff
from those rains many of the roads
and bridges in the Washington
County road system were severely
damaged. At this time severalroads
remain closed due to dangerous or
impassable conditions. The Pub-
lic Works Department is working
as quickly as possible to make the
roads safe andrestore normal traffic
,operations.
The public is warned that
See ROADS A10


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"Statewiide scores indi-
cate ~that the average essay
scores and the ,percentage
of, students scoring 3.5 or
higher increased in grades
4 and 8. A score of 3.5 is
considered to, be non grade
level and is the current stan-
dard used in~ the grading' of ~
schools."
'"The need for solid writ-


irig skills demonstrates itself
throughout our lives and is
absolutely essential ~for the
prosperity of our children,"
Commissioner of Education
Dr. Elric. J.` Smith said. "I com-
mend our teachers for their
great work in making writing
a priority and look forward to
continued improvements in
See FCAT A10


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Maryaging Editor
ofelsberg@chipleypaper.coni
GHIPLEY Thie 2009 Florida
comprehensive Assessment
Test writing results for the
Washington County School
District .are .out. overalll,
the school district has int-
proved greatly, according
to a news release from the


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:Project Pipe
will help with
other .economic .
development;
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JROTC
COn April: 30 more
than 100 eighth-grade
students from Vernon
Middle School signed
up to learn what
happens on the
physical side of the
JROTC program
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There was plenty of competition in the KMS Tropi ana Pubjlic Speak ng Confest.


Kate M. Sniith he ds speech contest


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CHIPLEY Kate M. Smith Elementary ~
SSchool held the Tropicana Public Speak.
ing Contest the morning of Mayl j.
The contest is sponsored by Florida
:';-H to/assis~t the youth in grades four
Through six learn how properly write aid
deliver an effective speech to a crowd of
people. Hundreds of thousands of Flo-
Sridian youth participate in thiis contest
This year's contest winners w~ere: first
place, A-nsleigh Walters with her speech
"Cancer"'; second -place. Madison Kin-
-caid with ..Seashells"; and third place,
Elizabeth Fleener with L.Australia."
herW rai copn iith healb ut o a, Id~
"n ocn~I'm very ~;'happy," she said. "The
speech wak about my grandmotherr~
Those participating' in this year's,
contest: were Shelby Newsome with
"Qoricentration Camps", Austin Holley
with "Paintball", Caitlin Granger with
"~Mickey Mouse", -Larana Lamb with
"Widow Spiders", Andrew Deese with
"Brother's Accident"l, Faith Padgett with
"MNoon'', Reshadd Blac~kmon with "Read-
ing", Destiny Smith with' "Picasso",
K~insey Register with "N~Poise Pollution",
James Wesley Clark with "fSkeet Shoot-
ing", Lauryl Grace Hinson with "Gym-
nastics", Zoe Thacker with "Cancer",
Taylor MVunroe with' "Turkeys", Kierra
Woodham with "Paris'', Cynth~ia Smith
with "Expressive Dance", Hallie L~and-
on with "Ripley", and Sydni Lowvery with
" Blessin~gs". '.*
Those who won will be going on to
compete with wirmers throughout the
county.


Vernon High
School seniors will
t 'be involved in sevenI
annual activities
Sdiarin~g May.


Stephani'e Walters joins her daughter Ansleigh, and KMS
Principal Jerry Register after Anisleigh won the Tropicana
Public Speaking Contest. ~-~


A tinp to PerU
The Holmes Courity
Baptist Association :
spre~cads the gospel.
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Arrest reportfrom the Wash-
ington County Shenff's Depart-
ment for the week of Aprril 27,
through May 4.
Dustin Bateman, born Dec.
8, 1986, Chipley, criminal mis-
chief, battery.
James Clark, born Oct. 5,
1969, Dunedin, violation of in-
junction.
'lerry Clifton, born July 26,
1973, Bonifay, child support.
Matthew Finch, born D'ec.
17, 1989, Chipley, battery. '
Carlos Gutierrez, born Feb.
6, 1983, Chipley, reckless driving
with property damage, refuse to
submit to DUI test.
Thomas Hopper, born July
1, 1956, Chipley, violation of pro-
bation on criminal mischief, bat-
tery.
Lee Jones, born Mayr 30, 1955,
Chipley, battery.
Timothy Manney, born Aug.
12, 1990, Chipley, no valid driver's
license, driving under the influ-
ence, attached tag not assigned.
Katherine Moorer, born
Dec. 20, 1949, Caryville, aggra-
vated battery, battery.
Oscar Nana, born March 24,
1980, T~allahassee, failure to ap-
pear on no valid driver's license
(2 counts).
Issac Noss Sr., born Feb. 1,
1981, Chipley, contempt of court.


Ryan Phillips, born Jan. 21,
1988, Chipley, resist officer with-
out violence.
Elton Sapp, born March 18,
1963, Chipley, engage in contract-
ing business without certificate.
Jesse Sellers, born Jan. 2,
1987, Southport, giving false in-
formation to law enforcement
officer, driving while license sus-
pended or revoked.
Gisella Silvras, born May 27,
1980, Ft. Walton, driving while li-
cense suspended or revoked.
.James Shies, box n July 12,
1965, Gr'aceville, driving while li-
cense suspended or revoked,
Benjamin Smith, born Sept.
29, 1986, Litham, Ga., violation of
probation on burglary.
Deborah Spann, born May
19, 1961, Slocomb, Ala., posses-
sign of controlled substance
without prescription, driving
while license suspended or re-
voked, possession of marijua-
na, attached tag not assigned,
possession of paraphernalia,
violation of probation on driv-
ing while license suspended or
revoked.
David Tice, born Oct. 15,
1990, Bonifay, violation of proba-
tion on no valid drivers license.
Raechel Villiams, born Sept.
18, 1989, Vernon, driving while li-
cense suspended or revoked.


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April 1-30
The following information was taken from
marriage license applications issued by the
clerk's office at the Washington County Court-
house.
Daniel Cody Lee and Jessica Marie Rodg-
ers, Victor Lynn Bell and Emma Mae Daniels,
William Edward Adams Jr. and. Melissa Sue
Finch, Harrell May Sapp and Earnestine M.
Miller, William Roger Sloan and Wanda Darlene
Anderson, Luke Denning and Nicole Lynn Pitt-
man, Gilford Lee Scott Jr. and Amanda Nicole
Brock, Kevin Allen Taylor and Candace Paige
Cranberry, Michael Slack and Mary Louise Na-
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DeRico, Leroy Deion Goodman Mary Kaye
Carter, Mathew Aaron ~Layfield and Kimberly
Jenee Mathis, Frederick Colby Peel and Amber
Renee Roberts


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nOCOSSarily f inal), Apnil 1-30
The following information was taken from
records at the Wtashington County Courthouse
of unfinalized, recorded divorce actions.
Joseph Michael Camn and April Camn
Timothy Miner and Sharon R. Miner
Vera M. Herring Harper anti Roy Gilbert
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Wednesday, May 6, 2009


Our VIEW







Wos In On Counhy

-tThese are tough times for sure, so when
something positive happens, it should be
.celebrated as much.or more than the issues we
bemoan.
SSuch is the case with Project Pipe, the
'much-anticipated manufacturing company that
n~ally closed in Washington County last week. .
Foley Products Inc. soon will start
constructionn on a new facility to build' concrete
pipe and culverts. More than $12.75 million in
capital investment just in the. facility itself, plus
additional grant monies for a rail spur and road
improvements, will be spent in the county.
SAlthough it will take a couple years,
`Washington County should exppect more than
)150 above-average wage jobs with benefits, an
(estimated $5.1 million-plus annual payroll.
SThe rail spur,' owned and maintained by
ite county,.will not only be leased to Foley but
potentiallyy other industries, as well. This gives
us additional opportunity to attract compatible
idsres that, again, can bring quality jobs
and higher wages.
Pipje's announcement comes just weeks
after news of WestPoint Home closing by year's
jend, negatively impacting not only the local
_economy, but the friends and farixily members
'uho see the homer" they've grown up in closed
(down. Add to this sad situation the skepticism
~ of many in the community who believed the
p ipe project was all smoke and no fire.
No loner. Pipe's coming will certainly
/offset some of the WestPoint job loss, but
nore importantly it puts the county in a better
competitivee position~to solicit other good
Sand viable industries, and that is an exciting
outcome
These things don't just happen; as we know
in Pipe's case, it took more than three-and-a~
half years of hard work, problem solving and
perseverance on the~par~t of many individuals .
Sand organizations, including the Chamber
of Commerce e,. past and present county
Commissioners and city council members,
engineers, state agencies and company
representatives, all working together toward a
common goal but without certainty their efforts
w'3ould pay off.
That's how successful projects usually i
happen. You have to believe there's a "bright
light on the horizon," as Chamber Executive
Director Ted Everett said, and commit to
making it happen. ~That's what Washington


Noo**, ide n lok f rwer' d n wob, ah

Ithe addition of the rail spur and potential
:designation as a foreign trade zone, more
opportunity to make life better for Washington
CountyP citizens today and tomorrow.
You gotta believe in Washington County.


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et;'s not reasons, many of which
he reason ,,Washington County is
ablishied now realizing. The key to
:gin with, making it work is keeping
monurred the citizens out of the
cement decision making process.
nties If there is a project or a
es portion of a project that
se afford. the property owners
equation don't like, they request
Sa group a special vote within the
lie with unit. Done. None of this
making childish squabbling and
Is to our bickering. Yes, there are
Other MlSBUs in the 4tate
- Live There that fund fire departments.
-This really isn't rocket
e with science arid there'stno
sed to need for the BOCC totry
countyy and re-invent the wheel
is pretty here. They just need
.ed. The to pick up the phone or
jects go online and do a little
,ythe research. I'm sure they
here are will be aazed at what
.ttees teyfid


The decision by
Wilshington Count?
ofCounty Commis~
to advertise to disb
the advisory board
Sunny Hills Municr
Services Building
Unit drew a number
comments-

I just love it. The
People of SH keep e
the stuff they don't i
Guess there aren't
many good people a
think.


It's about time!
FINALLY, they are
moving in the right
direction! Why, thel
even some comedy
there when Mary Mi
saiid she was "one (
good people," what
I suppose Ray Mor


the thinks that services just
y Board fall out of the sky since he
s~ioniers doesn't think he should
and have to pay for them, even
for the more comedy!
ipal Laughing

r of The 1MSBU cannot
be disbanded, only the
advisory board can. The
IGood special assessment that is.
!rasing levied against the Sunny
like- Hills properties will have
as to remain in place for
is they the duration of the debt,
unless of course the
Diamond county wants to absorb all
the debt and reduce it's
inconie. Now if the BOCC
were smart, they would
go back to the repaving
re was schedule that was
in developed for Sunny Hills
orallyl 4-5 years ago and get back
of the to repaving the streets
Sa joke. andl simply use the MISBU
an funds to pay down the


debt incurred. L~
forget that was tl
MSBUs were est
ini this state to be
to pay down debt
by capital improve
Projects that cou
and municipalities
couldn't otherwiI
Nowhere in that
is there room for
of bitter old peop
an axe to grind m
recommendation
BOCC.


I have to agree
"Live There." l u
live ill St. Lucie C
and their MSBU
much cut and dri
County plans proj
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MSBU. Period. T
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Jay Felsberg, Managing Editor
Cameron liverett, Production Supervisor
Brad Goodyear, Composition Supervisor
Zola Anderson, Office Manager
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Wednesday, May 6, 2009


Kids Fishing DG
CHIPLEY Orange Hill Soil
and Water Conservation Dis-
trict will sponsor Kids' Fishing
Day May 9 starting at 8 a.m. at
a pond on Campbellton Highway.
To reach the pond, go north on
Hwy 77 to Campbellton Highway
(CR273), turn right, go eight-
tenths of mile, and a sign and
the pond will be on the right.
Kids Fishing Day is for all Wash-
ington County youth 16 years of
age and younger. An adult must
accompany all children who par-
ticipate. Hamburgers and drinks
will be served starting at 9 a.m.
There ~will be prizes' for every
child.
Those with fishing gear
.should bring it. Chris Paxton
of the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission will
have poles and tackle for those
who need to.borrow some. Bait
will~be provided.


Other sponsors include
Walmart Super Center,
McDonald's of Chipley, May's
Bait Farm, King's Drug Store.
For more information, call the
Orange Hill Soil and Water Con-
servation office at 638-8565.


Chipley Farmers Malrket
SUMMer SOOSon opeHS .
CHIPLEY Tuesday, May 12,
the Chipley Farmers Market will
officially be open for the sum-
mer.. The Market will be opened
every 'Iesday and Thursday
from 12 5 p.m. until there is no
longer any fresh local produce
available. With the support of an
the growers and other members
of the community, the farmers
market is sure to be a success.
Everyone is encouraged to come
out and buy fresh local produce
and~the Chipley Farmers Mar-
ket. Some growers plan to start


selling produce a week or so ear-
ly, before the market officially
opens.
All growers interested in
selling at the Chipley Farmers
Market must possess a grower's
permit in their county and fill
out a Farmers Market applica-
tion at the UF/IFAS Washington
County Extension Office on Hwy
90 in Chipley.
Stall rental fees will be $7 a
week. For any questions or ad-
ditional information please con-
tact Collin Adcock at the Wash-
ington County Extension Office
(850) 638-6180.

Nat Iional aoy of prayer
CHIPLEY The Chipley Minis-
terial Association will hold its an-
nual observance of The National
Day Of Prayer on Thursday, May
7 from 12:15 12:45 p.m. on the
steps of the Washinigton Counlty
Courthouse.


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it up on several more occasions
and so now I figured she may
be serious. Her birthday came
and she decided to wait to cel-
ebrate until my brother arrived
from El Dorado, Ark. "Okay, so
she wasn't really serious about
riding," I thought.
A week later, after my broth-
er pr~ived, we celebrated with
cake and ice cream. After lunch,
mom announced, "Tell Jim I'm
ready for my ride." Okay...we
walked her out to the bike and
helped her get on. TPalkr about a
smile! With camera snapping
and videos rolling, Mom rode
off with Jim. Above the roar
of the engine we could hear a
high-pitched "Wheee!
Jim took her around the
block and back. As they turned
the corner and headed back to
the house, we could see Mom's
mouth still wide open with a big
griri. After a brief photo op, she
dismounted saying, "Maybi
next year I'll try skydivineg.'
Yeah right! ...Oops, isn't that
what I said about her riding
the bike? Oh well, I've learned
when it comes to Mom, I'H
never say never.


Paula luriningham
Special to the Washington
County News
CHIPLEY My mother, Meroe
Camp, has often related the
story of how a boyfriend of hers
was told by her- dad, for whom
he worked, that if he bought a
motorcycle, he would no longer
have a job. This was because
Granddaddy knew his daughter
would be tempted to ride the
bike. Mom has had this secret
desire to ride on a motorcycle
for years and after reading
about an 84-ye'ar-old woman
celebrating her birthday with a
ride on a motorcycle, the desire
was rekindled.
As March 15, her 88th birth-
day neared, IViom nonchalantly
mentioned that she would like
to celebrate her birthday by rid-
ing on the back of my husband's
bike. Yeah right,. I thought.
Moni, who is now using a cane
or her blue Cadillac walkerer,
wants to try to get on the back of
the motorcycles and take a ride.
r figured that the mention of it
would be the last we would hear
about that, but no, she brought


Fbr the week ending M~ay 1,
2009-
*Florida Livestock Auctions:
Receipts totaled $7,341 compared
to $6,849 last week and $6,162 a
year ago. Compared to one vieek
ago; slaughter cows were steady
and bulls were steady to $1 high-
er; feeder steers were mostly $1-
3 lower; heifers were $2-4 lower;
replacement cows were mostly
steady. .
Georgia Livestock Auctions:
Receipts in 25 markets totaled
$12,107 compared to $13,699 last
week and $10,150 a year ago. Com-
pared to one week ago; slaughter
cows were steady to $1 lower and
bulls were $11ower; feeder steers


were $1-2 higher; heifers were
mostly steady; calves were steady
to $1 higher; replacement cows
were steady to $1 higher. .
*Alabama Livestock Auctions:
Receipts totaled $15,740 compared
to $15,447 a week ago and $13,281
a year ago. Compared to a week
ago; slaughter cows and bulls
were $1 lower; feeder bulls were
steady; feeder steers and heifers
were $1-2 lower and replacement
cows and pairs steady to $50 per
head lower.
Feeder Steers: Mdedium &
Large Frame No. 1-2
300-400 lbs.: FL $100-122- GA
$102-128 AL $104-127
400-500 lbs.: FL $93-116 GA


$95-115 -- AL $96-116
500-600 lbs.: FL $89-110- GA
$89-110 --AL $89-110
Feeder Heifers: Medium &
Large Frame No. 1-2
300-400 lbs.: FL $86-108 GA
$88-110 AL $94-106
400-500 lbs.: FLt $84-100 GA
$83-102 -- AL $90-101
500-600 lb'd.: FL $79-90 GA
$81- 94 -- AL $85-96
Slaughter Cows: 90 Percenlt
Lean
'750-1200 lbs.: FL $39-48.50 -
GA $44-54 AL $43-47
Slaughter Bulls: Yield Grade,
No. 1-2
1,500-2,100 lbs.: FL $57-69 -GA
$59.50-69 -AL $59-63.50.


Fobdhookse eans .:......;..8
Green Bean s............... ..........$1 6.00

Cranerr Beans..................$20.....1.00
Blackeyed Puteas....... ..........$1 6.00
Buttberr Peans..............;..........$1.00
BlCream 4 Peas............. .........$256.00
Crowder Peas................ ........16.00
Green 4 Peas................. ........$16.00
Pinkweye Peas.............. ...........16.00
Whie Acr Peas........................$1 6.00
Zippere Peas..........................$16.00

Cream White Corn 4#..........$10.00
Cream Yellow Corn 4#.........$10.00
White Corn......:........... ..........$16.00
Yellow Corn................. .........$16.00
Collard Greens......................$1 6.00
Turnip Greens...........,...........$16.00


SM tarh .Ges...i... 960
C utOk rci....................... ..... $1 6.00

SlcetOd Yellow Squash............$16.00
Sliced Zuccin.............;.. ...$16.00
Babye Ckarrt.................. ...$16.00
Brcclice elwSu............. .....$1 6.00
Califlowerhin......................$16.00
Mixed Vegeotabls...........5... .%16.00
SrouBlend.................;. ......$16.00
Brussel Sprouts............... ....$16.00
Blu Beberres 5................. ..$201.00
Blackberpieus 5............... ..$20.00
Raspberries 5#...................$20.00

Mango Chunks 5#............ $18.00
Pineapple Chunks 5#........$818.00
Cranberries 5#.................. $20.00


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sale of methamphetamine,
possess or use drug para-
phernalia, possess listed
chemicals with intent to
manufacture controlled sub-
stance.
Nathan Eli Nadery, sale
ofmadijuana.
.Anna Sierra Neel, fraud/
legal user of credit card
more than two times in six
months.
James Robert Nolan,
possession of weapon or
ammo by convicted felon.
Christopher Junior
Odom, battery touch or
strike, battery on officer,
firefighter or EMT, etc., tres-
passing, resist officer with-
out violence.
Cody James Parrish,
sale of marijuana, posses-
sion of marijuana.
Adam Cistere Patter-
son, unarmed burglary of
unoccupied dwelling.
Michelle Jones Peter-
son, sale of cocaine.
Thomas Bernard Pe-
terson, resist officer without
violence, fr~aud-impersonate
giving false information to
law enforcement.
Clyde SidneyPott~er, sale
of cocaine (seven counts).
Jerry Wayne Prevatt,

pm ssa gLeg MP tchard,
armed burglary of dwelling
(two co nt),1agrand at e

offirearm.
Dwight D. Redding, pos-
session of marijuana.
Scott Reed, flee and
elude police fail to obey order
to stop.
Antionette Richardson,
grand theft.
Jimmy Russ, aggravated
battery with deadly weapdh..
Elton Harvey Sapp,
drug possession with intent
to sell.
Elton Lee Sapp, drug
possession with intent to

'Bryan Tate Sasser, child
abuse without great harmn.
Mark Williams Schro-
eder, lewd and lascivious
behavior/conduct by person
less than 18 years of age.
Bryant Wesley Sewell,
driving while license sus-
pended, cancelled or re-
voked.
Jeanie AnnShipes, child
abuse, without great harm,
sale of methamphetamine,
produce/mfg methamphet-
amine with child present,
traffic in methamphetamine,
possess or use drug para-
phernalia,
Mi~chael Anthony TPa-
tum, possession control
substance without prescrip-
tion, driving Tyhile license
suspended, cancelled or re-
voked.
Christopher James
Thomas, principal in bur-
glary of unoccupied struc-
ture, principal in criminal
miischief, affray/disorderly
conduct.
Terry Scott Tipton, ag-
gravated assault with deadly
weapon without intent to kill.
Jason 'Ibrk, offense not
listed.
Brandon E. Tyus, aggra-
vated battery on pregnant

woD ald Lamar Wade,
petit theft.
'Any Joe Walker, ag-
gravated battery with deadly
weapon, trespassing, dis-
turbing the peace/breach of
peace.
Richard Morris Walton,
lewd aind lascivious battery
victim 12 to 15 years of age,
contributing to delinquency
of minor.
Alima Denea Wells, sale
of cocaine within 1,000 feet
of worship center, business
or school, possess or use of
drug paraphernalia.
Michael Thomas White-
field, kridnap adult/incompe-
tent person interfere with
custody, give false informa-
tion to law enforcement offi-
cer, make false report.
Franklin Edward Wil-
liams, aggravated battery on
pregnant woman, escape, re-
sist officer with violence, fail
to report name or residence
change.


Charles Edward Wil-
loughby, driving while li
cense suspended, cancelled
or revoked.
Micheal Floyd Womble,
resist officer with violence.
Eric Lorenzo Works,
sale of cocaine (two counts).


This information is a
matter of public record
and was taken from the
Washington County Court-
house docket for May 4.
The following individuals
were scheduled to appear:

Arraignment,
Timothy Clay Berg Jr.,
battery on person detained
in prison orjail facility.

Hearin l
Willie C. Smith, offense
not listed.

Pre-tifi0
Robert Mitchell Acree,
child abuse without great
a harm (two counts) rind ha-
rassing phone calls,, aggra-
vated assault with deadly
weapon without intent to kih
(two counts)
ITracy E. Alday, driving
while license suspended or
revoked.
Mitchell Aquiniga, bat-
tery on officer, firefighter,
EMT, etc.
Jose Antonia Ayala,
flee attempt to elude law
enforcement officer in high
speed purSuit, driving un-

subm teo nrat eest aer li
cense suspended, operating
vehicledwhie Hrier' ie s

voked, resist oilicer, obstruct
without violence, reckless
driving.
Donnie Wayne Banta
possession of methampheti
amine, possession or use of
drug paraphernalia. -
Roger Stephan Beard,
aggravated abuse on elderly
or disabled person.
Timothy Clay Berg Jr.,
homhicide-negligent man-
slaughter with vehicle driv -
ing under the influence as
cause ec d vae human/ n

cide, driving while license
suspended or revoked,
Cynthiis Elaine Bowers
sale of cocaine. '
Eunice 'Kay Brock,
battery touch or strike, un-
armed burglary of occupied
structure or conveyance.
Anthony Jerome Bush,
sale of cocaine (three
counts).
Bryant Antonia Cady,
exhibit firearm or destruc-
tive device weapon within
1,000 feet of school.
Eston Walter Caines,
possession of controlled sub
stance without prescription.
Mlichael Edward Court-
ney Jr., battery touch or
strike, child abuse without
great harm.
George Terry Creamer,
possession of weapon or
ammo by convicted felon.
SSteven Lashaun Davis,
possession of cocaine with
intent to sell, mfg. or deliver
Kelvin Sharone Dean,
sell cocaine within 1,000 feet
of worship center- business
or school, possession or use
of drug paraphernalia.
Robin Lynette Denton,
fr~aud-illegal use of credit
card more than two times in
six months.
se in onAntonia D xo~n2
years or older with special
conditions.
Kyogee J. Edwar'ds,
fire missile into dwelling/.
vehicle/building or aircraft,
possession of firearm under
the influence of alcohol, ag-
gravated assault with deadly
weapon without intent to krill,
James C. Everett, selling
cocaine (two counts).
Penny Marie Fortune,
producing methamphet-
amine, possess or use of
drug paraphernalia, posses-
sion of controlled substance
without prescription.
Sue Ann Ester, failure
to file six consecutive sales
tax returns, refusal to file re-
turns and pay tax due.
Michael Denise Gaud-
etter, resist officer with vio-
lence, disturbing the peace/
breach of peace.
Emmette E. Giddiens,
sexual assault by 18 years or
older/sexual battery on vic
tim under 12 years, lewd and


lascivious behavior/molest
victim under 12 years of age.
Michael K. Glenn Jr,
unlawful possession of listed
chemicals.
Edna Lou Gray, sale of


marijuana.
Reginald Pholonzo
Greene, distribute cocaine,
possess marijuana with in-
tent to sell, possess or use of
drug paraphernalia.
Margarete B. Gunn,
possession of controlled sub-
stance without prescription,
possess or use drug para-
phernalia.
David Lee Hall, battery
to cause bodilyharm,k~idnap/
false imprisonment of adult,
armed burglary of dwelling,
structures or conveyance,
possession of firearm or
arpmo by convicted felon, ag-
gravated assault with deadly
weapon without intent to kil,
possession of controlled sub-
stance without prescription,
drug possession with intent
to sell, contempt of court/vio-
lation of injunction of protec-
tion domestic violence.
Melissa Floyd Haney,
unlawful possession of listed
chemicals, possession of
marijuana, possession or
use drtlg paraphernalia.
Kenneth Arthel Nattiel
Harmon, carrying a con-
cealed weapon.
Jeffery Neil Hart, give
false information to law en-.
forcement/make false re-
notresist officer without
Russell O'Neal Hartzog,
'drvn while, license sus-

Ronald Harvey, sec-
lond-degree arson, burn with
intent- to injure or defraud
insurer.
Donald Lee Hendrix,
trespassing, possession of
controlled substance with-
out prescription, resist offi-
cer without violence.
Roman Del Sol Her-
nandez, lewd and lascivious
behavior/molest victim less
than 12 years of age, sexual
assault by 18 years or older/
seulbattery on victim un-

Dewey B. Hicks, lewd
and lascivious behavior/con-
duct by person less: than 18
years of age.
Jeremiah Lee Hill, crim-
inal mischief over $1,000 (two
counts).
Jared Hodges, flee and
elude police, fail to obey or-
der to stop, driving while li-
cense suspended, cancelled
or revoked (two counts), and
reckless driving.
< RonaldMaitthewHogan,
criminal mischief over $1,000
(two counts).
Stephen Devonde Jack-
son, sale of cocaine.
Coy Jennings, posses-
sion of weapon or ammo by
convidctdfelon. .
Julie Annette Kennedy,
disorderly intoxication, car
ring concealed weapon/
firearm.
Matthew Kinsey, crimi-
nal attempt to solicit con-
spire to felony.
Ryan Darious Kirb~y,
possession of marijuana with
intent to sell, mfg or deliver.
Thomas Dewy Land,
possession of cocaine winth
intent to sell, mfg. or deliver.
Charles Lorenzo Lee,
sell in lieu of schedule I, II,
B, IV controlled substance,
possessionmof co ie, pos-

Paul Andrew Magnus-
sen,.aggravated assault with
deadly weapon with intent to
commit felony, child abuse
~without great harm, possess
or use drug paraphernalia,
possess listed chemicals
with intent to manufacture
controlled substance.
Trevore Steven Mar-
shall, criminal mischief over
$1,000.
Phillip Steven McKin-
ney, driving while license
suspended; cancelled or
revoked, sale of marijuana
within 1,000 feet of worship
center, business or school,
possess or use parapherna-
lia.
Bradley Jackson Mills,
possession of weapon or
ammo by convicted felon.
Carl James Monroe,
child' abuse without great
harm, flee or attempt to
elude in high speed chase,
battery on officer, firefighter
or EMT, etc., resist officer


with violence.
Phtricia Lynn Mont-
. gomery, possession of meth-
amphetamine, possession of
controlled substance without
prescription.
Chad 1Michael Morris,


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Looking back on April showers


discussion at our house
recently when our son, .
Tim, came here after
a visit Landmark Park
in Dotlian with his
children. They received
instructions on "banking"
sweet potatoes. Hester
and I were well familiar
with the process, as it
was done in our farm
experience. In fact, it was
a necessity for storing
and protecting the crop
of potatoes for use until
spring time allowed foi-
-additional planting.
For those of you who
might be thinking of
instigating "survival"
methods for preservation
of foods, you might want
to read up on protecting
sweet potatoes, We recall
digging a hole, lining the
area with pine straw and
proceeding to cover the
potatoes with straw and
a light covering of dirt.
A bank of soil is needed
all the way around the
embedded potatoes
to prevent water from '
running into the beds.
Some form of outside
covering is also required
to further protect the
potatoes from rain. My
dad used sheets of old tin.
The Lucas family were
sophisticated to the point
of having their prized
product enclosed within a
potato house. :
In the Wells household,
my parents herded all
the family in what we
called the "front room" .
during serious stormy
weather. 1ere we were
fully dressed and slept on
pallets on the floor. All the
kerosene burning lamps
wer unlit but secured
close by just in case it
was necessary to light
one. .
I remember one
stormy night when we
were without kerosene,
I held long lighted
"splinters" as~ a light
over the wood burning
cook stove for mama
to cook what we called
"~flap jacks" for our -.
supper. More modern day
terminology would list
them as pancakes. We
ate ours with homemade
cane syrup, homemade
butter and probably drank
skimmed milk.
Hester and I have
Sno memory of being
frightened during a
hurricane or inclement
weather during our.


April has come and
gone and weather experts
are calling it an unusual
one weather wise.
Unexpected .
heavy rains brought
much need relief
to drought stricken
regions of the
south. Along with .
the positive results .
of the rain, areas in PE
the north and soutl : PR
experienced serious per
flooding which
threatened lives
and always carries a great
toll in damages to homes,
roadways and bridges.
In our area, one of the
main areas of concern
for flooding is the
Choctawhatchee River
at Caryville. Subsequent
effects are felt on the
river's flow southward
all the way to Ebro.
Relief comes wrheli the
excess water enters into
Chowtawhatchee Bay. Too
niuch fresh waiter inflicts
damage to saltwater
seafood life, especially
oysters. .
Being reared in close
proximity to Caryville,
I can vividly refcall the !
concern my dhddy had
foi' the townspeople there
during heavy rains. He : ;
was equally concerned
about the economic effect
flooding would have on
loggers and the operation
of the town's sawmill, the
sources of livelihood for
almost all residents ofthe
village. Even though my
father did not work at the
mill, he knew the payday
there would influence how
his sales would go irhen
he went into the village
on Saturday peddling his
vegetables and mullet
fish.
In the midst of our
most recent flooding
concerns for Caryville,
I told Roger Dale Hagan,
Washington County's
director of Emerge'ncy
Services, of a word daddy
used when the discussion
Came up RS to exactly
when the Choctawhatchee
would "crest" during flood
threats.
He would comment
that the river would not
peak as long as it was still
raining "up above." The
expression "up above"
was the mystifying word
in my youthful mind. I
tried to reason that all
rain cam'e from up
above" in the sense that


it came from the clouds.
However, I knew that was
not what daddy had in
mind.
1 *r Roger Dale,
although a full
generation
younger than me,
is well familiar
with .Washing~ton
STCounty
RRY'S vernacular. He -
ATTLE immediately
ry Wells guessed that
"Mr. Hugh was
thinking of rains
continuing in the Geneva '
area." I informed Roger
Dale that when I finally
found out: that he was
actually thinking of Elba,
Ala., area. He knew a -
flo'oding Pea River flowing
through the Alabama
town would ultimately
bring more,water to
Caryville. Mly daddy
called the town "Elbie"
as did many others in our
family and in our circle of
associates.
Hester and I have
discussed how ottr
day by day lives were .
instarifly changed
when "bad weather"
approached during our
early years. Our families
had no radios or daily
newspapers, thus no way
of knowing of weather
forecast. Her father,
Herbert Lucas, seemed
to have an uncanny
way of knowing when
threatening storms
were looming and he
gave urcrent instructions
to bring in "plenty"
of firewood, including
lighter wood, for* both the
fireplace and the wood .
burning cook stove.
All the livestock was
herded into the barn early
and given their evening
feed. Eggs were gathered,
the layer hens fed and
enclosed in the chicken
house for protection
from whatever miglit be
approaching.
As for personal
protection for the family
when the winds and rain
really became rough
and dangerous, Hester
reports her dad would
instruct all the children,
along with mama and
daddy, to head for the
potato house. They would
carry ample covering for
the night and would have
a cozy "camp out" right in -
their own back yard.
The" potato house"
brought on some lengthy


younger years. In fact,
we both concluded that
we enjoyed the closeness
of being together and
receiving a little special
attention during these
times. We do believe that
both of our fathers had a
keen respect for storms,
hurricanes and tornadoes
and was well aware of the
devastating damages they
had done and could well
do families where they
struck.
It seems that so much
keeps running through
my mind as "prattle"
topics. I must soon get
around to writing more
on the upcoming Vernon
Bridge Festival set
for May 30. Hopefully,
that will be covered
in a special featured
article. Lynda Waller
and I are still accepting
entertainment entries.
I expect this to close as
early at May 11. Call me
if you desire to be on the:
program (850 638-1016).
The upcoming second
Sunday in May Mother's
Day Sing is set for May
10 at New Effort Church
west of Bonifay and north
of Highway 90. For the
past two years, I have
written a full article on
that historic event now
more than 100 years
old. I don't feel inclined
to cover the story fully
again so soon, but I
do liope to attend the
afternoon session. My
congratulations and
thanks go out to the
promoters and singers
who are determined to
keep this part of our
heritage alive.
Look for further
writing on the continuing
sale of the E. W. (Judge)
Carswell books now in the
hands of the Washington
County Historical Society
Museum for selling as
a fundraiser for the
museum. I am still
mailing books to out-of-
town folk who wiish to
purchase them. Contact
me at 638-1016 or email
perry1000@bellsouth.
net. Washington, Florida
Twelfth Counity is still
available at $30. After the
Saturday, May 2, book
sale scheduled at the
museum, one or more of
the smaller books may
be depleted. Call me for
details as to what we have
on hand.
See you all next week.


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WAUSAU Wausau
Town Council will meet
May 7 at 6 p.m. at the Pos-
sum Palace in Wausau.
Items on the Agenda
will meclude:
Mary Gavin, USDA;
Chief Sam Rudd, Quar-
terly Report; and Allen
D. Rogers, Quarterly Re-
port.
Consent Agenda
Minutes of March 12,
2009 regular meeting,
there were no meeting
in April.
March and April, 2009
Month Ending Bank
Reconciliations and Trial


Balances. Fire truck logs and
Payment of bills and other fire reports.
grant related Expenses. Code Enforcement
Fire Department Flel Board volunteers: Ruth
Cards Nabors, Robert Thaxton,
Annual Report from and Nancy Harris.
US Tank, Inc. Appointment of council
Authorize the Mayor liaison for this commit-
and Clerk to execute tee.
C.D.B.G. Contract. Reports from the
Clerk mayor and council mem-
Ice Machine Quotes: bers.
Gulf Ice, Inc. $2,273.61 & *Unagendaed Audi-
Hastyr Heating & Cool- ence
ing, $ 4,489.00. Anyone wishing to ad-
Truck quote from dress the council may do
Bruce Glueck for Main- so at this time. Sign in
tenance Department, and state topic for dis-
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the school at 535-2046, ext. 1402.
Graduation will be held at the
VHS football stadium at 7:30 p~m
on Thursday, May 21.
In ~the event of threatening,
rain or severe weather, gradua-
tion will be held in the VHS gym-
nasium.


Vernon High School seniors
will be involved in several annual
activities during litar.
Baccalaureate, which is spon-
soredbyseverallocalchurches~is
scheduled for Sunday, May 17 at
7:30 p.m at the Vernon Evange-
listic Church on Hwy 79 South in


Vernon.
.Senior Awards Assembly will
be held Tuesday, May 19 at 9 a.m.
in the school gymnasium.
Local organizations that wish
to make an award presentation to
a senior: graduating from Vernon
High School this year can contact


of Advance Directives"
with Covenant Hospice
on Tuesday, 1May 12 from
10 -11 a.m. at Washington
County Council on Aging.

Advanced Directives
Ofo SORIOFS
CHIPLEY Northwest
Florida Community Hos-
pital's SeniorSpirit! Pro-
gram will be hosting a free
lecture on May 12 from 10-
11a.m. at the Washington
County Co~uncil on Aging
for local senior citizens
age 55 and older. The lec-
ture will be on The Power
of Advance Directives pre-
sented by Marion Milton,
BSW through Covenant
Hospice.


Hut and many more priz-

esTickets are $2 each or 6
for $10. Call Vinita Yon,at
638-4956 to purchase tick-
ets. The drawing will be
at Relay for Life Walkr on
May 8.

I'riends of til9
Library meets
CHIPLEY Friends of
the Washington County Li-
brary will meet on Thurs-
day, May 7, at Blue Lake
Community Center on
Route 77 at noon.
Tim Hall, a local pas-
tor, who will talk about a
book he has recently writ-
ten. Zedrdi Hawkins, the
Children's Librarian at the


Chipley Library, will dis-
cuss the library's summer
plans for the chiildren.
To attend this meeting
or to join the Friends of the
Library for their monthly
meetings call Rosa Nell
Bailey (638-1470) by noon
on Monday, May 4. If you
would like to join us for
lunch, the cost is $7 each.


POWnrf Of Advace
Dif0cliVOS,,
CHIPLEY Washington
County Council on Aging
along with Sacred Heart
Senior Spirit- Creative
Living Series will pres-
ent "Five Wishes: Power


Barffl Of family fUH
SOffered
(HIPLEY -- Wajrnle Cagle
has a goal t~o raise $A50,000
for Relay- for Life. Along
with the proceeds from his
bicycle trip to San Diego,
Calif., he is offering chanc-
es to win a Barrel of Fam-
ily Flm, a $400 value.
Among the/items in the
Barrel -of Fum are fishing
reels, picnic basket, back-
pack, Cancuit gift card, $15
Southern BBQ gift certifi-
cate, $20 Sonny BBQ gift
Scared, football 10-game set,
waterproof camera, six
games each of .putt putt
golf and bowling at Kindel
Lanes in M~arianna, two
large pizzas from Pizza


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SNEADS According
to the Jackson County
Drug Task Force, on
.:April 29 investigators
conducted a trafficc
stop on Express Road
in Cypress. The driver
of the vehicle was Jes-
se Ray Price. Also in
the vehicle were pas-
senger Rebecca Kay
Livingston and ~the
couple's four-year-old
daughter.
While interviewing
Price and Livingston,
investigators learned
that they had pur.
Chased cold packs and
Sudafed cold tablets to
sell to others to manu-
facture methamphet-
amine. Investigators

aldo fu 5 ar uanty
lia in the vehicle,
Jesse Ray Price
was arrested and
charges with posses-
sion of listed chemical
in the manufacture of
meth, possession of
meth, possession of
drug paraphernalia
and child abuse.

ingRo ws ar esed
and charged with pos-
session of meth, pos~
session of drug para-
phernalia and child
abuse.
The Florida De-
partment of Children
and Families was con-
tacted and they took
custody of the four-,
'year-old child who was
later placed with fam-
ily members.


HOLMES COUNTY SHERIFF 'S OFFICE
TIM BROWN, SHERIFF
JOHNBRAXTONJR., CHIEFl)EPUTY
211 NORTH Ola;AHOMA STREET


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:se ellS
ark "In honor of Teacher Appre-
I ciation Week, I want to extend a
9 heartfelt thanks to all of Florida's
outstanding educators wrho have
'e helped our state become one of the
,i best education systems in the na-
ore,! tion," Gov. Charlie Crist said.
"Teaching is an essential oc-
K.cupation that deserves focused
asks. ibattentiOn Well beyond this impor-
tant week. I encourage Florid-
ians to take the time this week to
thank teachers for their tremen-
dous dedication to helping our
children and young people pursue
their hopes and dreams for the

'Teacherfuue'T mak te bgn igAppr~eciation Week, the
Pam Florida Department of Education
would like to extend our thanks to
an all of the state's hard working edu-
cators," Commissioner of Educa-
tion Dr. Eric Smith said.
"As a former teacher, I know p
first hand how important the little
expressions of gratitude are from
those you work so hard to serve.
Because of our dedicated educa-
tors, Florida's education system
has been ranked in the top 10,
,don" a jump from 31st place only two
untary years ago. With our state's incred-
sm ible gains, it's important for ev-
mptoms, eryone to reach out and say thank
erly you to a teacher who has made an Superintendent Dr. Sandra Cook signs the procle
serious impact on your life, not only this Teachers' Appreciation Week in the state of Floril
ED TO week, but every day." teachers and others involved with improved FCA


WASHINGTON COUNTY FCAT WRITING SCORES


According to the FDA, Reglan*(generic name Metodlopramide) and Geo
have been linked to the condition tardive diskinesia which causes involl
movements of the mouth (tongue and Ilp smacking), face, neck and
times the arms, trunk or iegs. They can also cause Parkinson's-like syn
dystonia and other involuntary muscular reactions. Children and the eld
af~pear to bethe most susceptible. If you or loved one have suffered s
side effects~after taking Reglanl or Geodon YOU MAY BE ENTITL
MONEY DAMAGES* Call Zebersky & Payne at 1-888-435-7541.


enow oy rcuan a
amation honoring
da. Cook praised the
\T writing scores.


GRADE 8 n .
State mein score
Combined: 4.3
Percent combined 3.5
or' better (possible 6.0): 90
percent
Percent combined 4.0 or
better: 80 percent

Washington County
Roulhac: 4.1 combined; 3.5
Or better 85 percent, 4.0 or
b~ettei 72 percent
oer rqn `4.6 combined; -.5
better 89 percent


.GRADE 4
State mean score
Combined: 4.0
SPercent combined 3.5 or
~better (possible 6 0): 8'5 percent
Percent combined 4.0 or
:better: 73 percent

Washington Courity
Kate M. Smith: 3.8
combined; 3.5 dr better i8
.. percent, 4.0 or better 63 .
-percent
or rnon: 3.8 combined; .5
'better: 64. percent


creased to 85 percent for grade 4, 90
percent for grade 8, anid a slight de-
cline ih? grade 10 to 77 percent when
compared to the 2008 scores.


y ars tocme. '
In looking at the state statistics,
the average essay score for grade 4
increased to 4.0; for grade 8 increased


to 4.3, with a slight decrease for grade
10 to 3.8, as compared to last year.
Additionally, the percent of students
scoring 3.5 or above on the essay in-


by insurance and damaged
by the severe storms in
Florida.
SBA re ensentati es

DRCs to meet with individ-
uals -and business owners
to answer any questions
about SBA's disaster loan
program, help them com-
plete their SBA disaster
loan application and accept
completed applications.
Anyone not able to go to
a DRC should call the SBA
Customer Service Center
fr-om 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. EDT
Monday through Friday and
9 a.m. to 9 p.m. EDT Satur-
day toll-free at 800-659-2955
for information and assis-
tance or visit the SBA Web
site at w~w.sba.gov.
Those affected by the
disaster may apply for di-
saster loans from SBA's
Web site at https:/disaster-
loan.sba.gov/ela.


agencies. They~ have ac-
cess to important resoure-
es and can help individuals
on thoeuroa dtoinre h ap-
plicants may be eligible for
Individual Assistance from
FEMA include: Calhoun,
SDixie, Gilchrist, Hamilton,
Holmes, Jackson, Lafay.
ette, Liberty, Madison,
Okaloosa, Santa Ro~sa, su-
wannee, Walton and Wash-
irigton counties. Visiting
a DRC is not mandatory,
but those wishing to do so
may go to any center for
help.
It is recommended that
homeowners and renters
register before visiting a
DRC. This can be done
online at www.disasteras-
sistance.gov, or by calling
FEMA's toll-free registra-
tion and Helpline at 1-800-
621-FEMA (3362), or TTY
800-462-7585 for those with


AREA DRCS
WALTON COUNTY ~
Walton County Training Bldg., 552 Walton
Road in De Fnia Sp ngCO FU 3 433.

New Hope Vol. Fire Dept., 1243 Hwy. 179-
A, Westville, FL 324'64
WASHINGTON COUNTY -
Wausau City Hall, 1607 S'econd Ave.,
Wausau,, FL 32463


distance must call the toll-
free telephone number, go
to the Web site or visit a
DRC.
The SBA offers
low-interest disaster
loans to homeowners, rent-
ers, businesses of all sizes
and certain private non-
profit organizations. .These
loans are to repair or replace
homes, businesses and per-
sonal property not covered


a speech- or hearing-im-
pairment. Multilingual
operators are available.
Representatives will pro-
vide assistance from 7 a.m
to 10 p.m. local time, seven
days a week until further
notice.
Registering for assis-
tance from the American
Red Cross is different than
registering with FEMA, so
those seeking FEMA as-


barricades and road closed signs
are in place for their safety. It is
important that signs and barricades
be acknowledged and that traffic
stop at such points and turn around.
To travel beyond barricades is dan-
gerous and could result in injuries


or death. Please do not move or go
around barricades,
The Washington County Sher-
iff's Department has been asked
to increase security in these ar-
eas and anyone found tampering
with or traveling beyond the barri-


cades will be subject to appropriate
~enforcement measures.
Of particular concern are Williams
Road, St. Mary's Road, and Fire Tow-
er Road east of State Road 77. Severe
bridge and road damage make these
roads dangerous for travel.


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FOLK FESTIVAL
MUSIC. HERITAGE. LwEGEND.


GRADE 10
State mean score
Combined: 3.8
Percent combined 3.5
or better (possible 6.0): ~7
percent
Percent combined 4.0 or
better: 60 percent

Washington County
Vernon: 3.7 combined; 3.5
or better 72~ percent, 4.0 or
better 56 percent'
or rle6 3. r nmbied; 3.5
better 41 percent


towyers of Zebersky &g Popne are
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Bethlehem advances in playoffs


Diamond SPORTS


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The Bethlehem Lady W~ildcats crushed Allentown Central 18-6 to
advance in the playoffs.


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tkue dil ecanuse the 'v
mes County coach Chad
Whitaker said. "They went
through their tough times,
but they've been executing
better arid the work is pay-
i~,,

els t akso villme to fce
Bolles in the regional final
on llesday.

Graceville 11, Rocry
Bayou Christian 1

ile inah Clas 1- rgonr
qarterfinals, ending the
Knights' season. Rocky
Bayou ~hung with Graceville
Un-ough the first three in-
nings but Gracevile sc rd

innin gs.

Cottondale 7, Baker 6:
Baker took a one-run
lead into the bottom of.the
seventh but couldn't close
it out as Cottondale pushed
across, two runs to edge
the Gators in its Class 2A
regional semifinal. Baker
trailed 3-1 and 5-2 before
surging back to take the
lead before Cottondale ral-
lied in the seventh inning.

Be HIehem H
GRACEVILLE -The Gracev-
ille Lady Tigers made it two
in a row over their district
rivals Friday night, beating
Bethlehem 12-5 in the 1A re-
gional semifinals mn Gracev-
die.
The victory puts ,the
Lady Tig~ers one win' away
from the state semifinals,
with Graceville headed to
Jacksonville 'lIesday toface
Eagle's View. Bethlehem
scored a run in the third in-
ning, another in the fourth
and two runs in the fifth.

Cottondale 4, Vernon 3
COHTONDALE Brianna
Curl hit an RBI single mn the
bottom of the eighth inning
to score Shaunte 1%rward
and give the Cottondale
Lady Hornets a 4-3 win over
Vernon Itesday nighlt in the
-first round of the state 2A
pla sondale advances to

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'Curl'shithelpedtheLady
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the Lady Yell wjckets ad
their formid al 'pisce r,
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Be (6ILIE The Gracl2,
die Lady Tigers scored
three runs ill the top of the


gS yenh in RIng ubleat Be


~ground ball by Andi Pierce
was misplayed by Bethle-
hem to allow Sadler and
Meagan Sanders to score

Sane~S wrunspitched a
copete game for the Lady
ti~vo-ou base ruanrs i oe
bottom of the seventh in-
ning, but struck out the final
Bethlehem batter to end the
game.

Baseball
Mialone 9, Graceville 4
MALONE The Malo-
ne Tigers took a 9-4 vic-
tory Thursday night over
Graceville in the district
tournament championship
game in Malone, holding off
a late Graceville rally for the
win.
Malone led 9-0 entering
the top of the seventh ining
before Graceville reeled off
four runs with just one out.
However, Malone starter
Derek Orshall got Jackie
Miles to pop out, and struck
out Garrett Steverson to
end the &ame.


BONIFAY Holmes County High School
athlete Joshua French signed up with Ohio
Wesleyan University on a football scholar-
ship, joining the Bishops as a wide receiv-

"It feels great," said Joshua.
He said that he is going to the university
for physical therapy.
"I'm just so excited for him," said his
mother, Hope French. "I'm going to miss
his extremely."
Also there to share the occasion was his
father, Alan French, and his grandparerits,
Margaret and Kenneth French.
"Josh is a great kid," said HCHS Prin-
cipal Eddie Dixon. "He's worked so very
hard to get where he's going and we all
know he's going to do very well." -


SSUBMITTED PHOTO
Holmes County High School athlete Joshua French signed
up with Ohio Wesleyan Universify on a football scholarship,
- joining the~ Bishops as a wide receiver.


positive message from the
FHSAA.
S"The number one thing
o hemedithat is encoh eging
executive director who will
listen to the concerns and
reh ie there is a problem

ha schol Tn th va e

is willing to go out and put
together committees of the




plOppinion onlinedat h -
faynow.com


The state should do
something but you Imow
they neve wl ord i em

about it. spring practice
started Friday, who will be
good, bad, or ugly.
old iimef

Fan it was TRIED mn 02.
1. Vernon and 1A school Ft.
Meade in Polk County were
the only ones not to sign on
to that similar idea. 2. At
THAT. point the FHSAA
decided to divide 1A and 2A
into 1A and IB and 2A and
2B. I agree that it's getting
to be a bit of a problem.
But what if the rural pub-
lic schools pull out? Are
people going to argue that
Jay and their 25 boys wil
never beat Chipley or Free-
port who are both twice the
size? The last I knew there
was an independent NA-
TIONAL league for private
schools. The issue then
becomes how do you get


NFC and Jacksonville'lin-
ity and the like OUT of the
FHSAA and into this other
league? 0Jde


The point of the article
asbnotutfor people to whine

y are its t hrig abut th

public school team in the
state and was turned away



ofr thea best hih schol ath
o letc ysems ino the naton

minicn Reubli pJuiny
aTh oes sysemr has` be
broke foras long trimeIave
taolkead wt the FHSAv for
ofthe last several yascl about


fixb it, e pull ou o he HSA


Th ytmhas beendoebuevy
bo for a it on work. Ihav

It's aboth time this isr
the lairot about years andu
a halfag and lisantely nedto a
young many and his parntst
fi ta plked ofal the recritin
that goes one aut NF Cris
tubian They had movedg ofro
Georgia jut to pa oobl

at' tat cool Howine thesi
worldcng tat beni fa ir?

young mn and hS arndr


RANDY DICKSON
Florida Freedom Newspapers


High GR olE AthleticM n s
ciation Executive Director


Dr. oge D orn Nasm o
"Wed ust wankto har levl


playing feld between small



fr hr andui sher ees andt
pvthesmlrua schools, to evll
gta siteamto thepa state i-
b dl sot ssd.e
shlai it made thegils feel

ahfo thwer dn h pe a
the Unive rrasity of lorida
Betakterm thea fotball f
coachfr andy athlet dietor

wadithmd the Gatrs hs been
igas an assisted nt cac at d
bgschoolsta throughout his
"Th Uies isthe ofirsttimein
myareer I el ie I doont a
haveach ance (tolti compete
B Kellogg tol Dearieng.

Jn say fooitball coach and
hags carred the orch ont h
the issue fr years, ndhe
isnt just thinking i terms

of creassignment orre I o
alignment) for all sports "
ntjust football, cahe said


"We might ewilln tsom try


something on an experi-
mental basis.
Walton coach Lenny

bot gdse of he ei u. H
coached at John Carroll
in Fort Pierce before tak-
mng the job in DeFliniak


au ad iate sco so

kids will go to a school
because it has tradition,"





erod aee s bmen one we
met atohisketict,(ismamng

happy wihap because they

mighCtpuh privae coos

Dearing prmenised to -
elput together committee
of aithlsepticdircos amnd
bt hoe wareneit. wouldn't
happien ovheriht rpsl
Thde coare chos wee n-
couagedwi by wats they

hard4. -
SeigDearing atmie the

p"I thinkthey'v b omteen
rectheptive to t eastom- a
fing and meeting with uson
bt hing that I ee ike are n
impornt toeveryshtudnt
inevryoe ofthes e rural
shool,"hesad.
through Dearing 's pres
ecattemeeting w go iset a


rlUI'SA
Section


Wednesday, May 6, 2009 w w w. c h ip le y p ap er. co m Page 11


Registration


UndefWay Ofo


I'00tDGII {amp
DOTHAN Troy University.
Head Football Coach Larry
Blakeney invites children
ages 6 to 13 to join him Thurs-
day, June 4, on the field at Rip
Hewes Stadium in Dothan for
the sixth annual Larry Blak-
eney Troy University Football
Camp.
Coach Blakeney and his
staff will help participants im-
prove in the areas of running,
passing, pass protection and
zorie coverage during the one-

dayT m rning session, which
is designed for students in 1st
through 4th grades, runs from
8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. The after-
noon session, which is for those
in 5th through 8th grades, is
set for 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
The cost for each camper is
$20. A photo and camp t-shirt
are included. For registration
information, contact Hannah
Hines at (334) 983-6556, ext. 1-
202.


South Walton edges
Chipley

pggll g PRHA
Florida FreedomNewspapers

SANTA ROSA BEACH For
everything Shelby Watson
did for the South Walton
softball team on 'lIesday, it
was ultimately something
she didn't do that pushed
the Seahawks on to victory.
With no ou~ts and the
bases loaded in the eighth
inning, Watson watched a
pitch from her outstanding
coun erpart Jessiata BIu h
squr past te c tie

el eSometh Watn(20 t) to
Chipley 2-1, triggering a
euphoric celebration from
the Seahawk faithful.
'llesday's 'Class 2A

mare he fi.s tiei
three tries stretching back
to last season that the Se-
shawas soed oonsBtush
pley in last year's regional
playoffs, which ended the
Seahawiks' season,
"We split with them dur
ing the season and Ilmew

co in i d a it ewa go ng

what I kept telling our
coaches, was that you lmew
it was going to be like this."
On display 'llesday was
a pitching duel from a pair of
unflinching hurlers in Wiat_
son and Bush, and there's
not much more either could
have done to extend their
respective 'seasons. Bush
struck out 10 batters to
Watson's eight, and up until
the seventh inning neither
pitcher allowed more than
one hit in single inning.
"I felt good, I felt pretty
strong," Watson said. "The
first couple innings were
a little rough, but I came
through and pitched my
w-gpe."
Watson uncharacteris
tically walked two batters
over the first two innings,
the second' of which came
around to score on a throw-
in rro aftera ernt baH

dugout for a 1-0 Chipley
lead.
The Seahawks had their

eary but tohply failW ton
cap tlie.
South Walton put run-

nkst tid, out sn s xt


ee igtpa at tmhe il
pl's wy
plBut t South Walton of-




M ackni Watson shorted th

in the eighth,
"I didn't hit it that hard
but I saw it get in the gap,
but I kmew the girl on first
ws gomng o score," Wton
have that run because their
pitcher is very good.

Holmes County 1,
South Walton 0
BONIFAY-MaryElizabeth
Pippin continued her mas-
tery of South Walton with
another shutout in leading
the Blue Devils to a third
regional final in four sea-
sons. Pippin struck out 10
and gave up three hits and
now has held South Walton
scoreless for 22 innings this
season.
Frankie Greenlee scored
the game's only run in the
bottom of the sixth on an il-
legal pitch by loser Shelby
Watson. Jenna Belser had
two hits and Greenlee and
Anna Ke'en contributed the
other two hits for Holmes
County (17-9).
"This is special for






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"NIGHT CHILLS: TALES OF TERROR"

VERNON VHS Drama class will present "Night Chills: Tales of
Terror" by Edgar A. Poe on Friday and Saturday, May 8 and May
9 at 7 p.m. nightly. The play is the theatrical adaptationof three
famous Poe short stories: "The Tell-Tale Heart," "The Fall of the House
of Usher" and "The Murders in the Rue Morgue".
Members of the class involved as cast and production crew
4 members include Lillie Adkins, Haley Adkison, Joshua Cook, Emily
Curtright, Dylan Donahue, Deyin Finch, Coty Garcia, Taylor Hewitt,
SSteven Jackson, Michael Jones, Cortney Macha, Tony Meadows,
4 Micah Munson, Jeffrey Pearce, Rachel Phillips, Jennifer Powell, Chris
Powell, Sharlene San Nicholas, Bryana Skerrit, Candace Stavos,
Ja so M eagan Stone, C helsey Tanner, Jam ie W aldron, and Sharm in W ebb.
Admission is $3 per person; children 10 and under are free.
Senior drama student Jamie Waldron created artwork for publicity.
Stage manager for "Night Chills" is senior drama student Steven


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Washington

County highlights

restaurants

CHIPLEY A compre-
r~'H~etrCOF~o ~ FA~hensive directory of Wash-
THE ANK r~o arington Counne, restaurants
is now available, courtesy
Esbtablshd Iso~6 of the Washington Coun-
Dear Valued Customers and Friends: Co~ unc~il. Dvlomn
The restaurant guide,
.`Let me begin by thanking you for your confidence through the years in The Bank of Bonifay. We know our titled 'A Taste of Washing-
nancial strength is important to you, especially in light of the turmoil surrounding the financial markets tosn Coiut.,', ts fd sn
today.. ington County Tourist De-
velopment Council and was
The past year has ~been witness to extraordinary events involving our economy, the financial services industry prompted at the request of
and the global marketplace. Developments and insecurities in our financial markets are perhaps causing you Chipley.
uneasiness as a depositor. I'd like to share some~thoughts on the issues affecting these markets, as well as Trudee Wills, owner of
some background on The Bank of: Bonifay, our strengths and our activities, the Historic Chipley An-
tique Mall and co-fou~nder
of the merchants group,
In light of these economic events, this past year the Florida Office of Financial Regpulation issued an order to came up with the idea for
The Bank of Bonifay to correct several areas of our institution. Recently, the FDIC issued an order replacing the brochure.. "Our retail
the State's order. A Cease and Desist order does not mean the Bank will discontinue operating, rather it store has had a lot of traf-
fic lately but ;whether the
Mandates certain improvements in areas such as lending and bank capital. We have taken this order seriously browsers purchase some-
and let me reassure you our Officers,'Directors, Shareholders and Staff have committed to meet all of these thing or not, the last thing
requirements. We continue to work diligently to improve and strengthen the areas mandated. they ask on their way out of
the store is 'Do you know
where .we can find a good
What can you, as art individual depositor, do in these times? My advice is simple and speaks to the very place to eat?"' Wills said.
fouhding principles of this Bank. Continue banking with a traditional Bank of quality that serves our local Wills took the idea to the
communities and looks to the long term to gauge success. While no business practice is guaranteed, I feel our mrchoanets grupther
strategy is designed to aid the Bank in weathering these fragile market conditions. As a community bank, we chilre was developed, and
strive to always do what is best for our customers ,-communities and our employees, then presented to the TDC
where the guidebook was
Let me also point out that, as part of the government's efforts to stabilize the economy and re-build confidence hi~eeetae vr35rs
in the financial services, the FDIC made two very significant changes to the deposit insurance program this i taurants in Washington
last year. The first change was to increase deposit insurance on all interest bearing accounts to match those County. Twenty-five are
of established IRA accounts from $100,000.00 to $250,000.0(1. The second change is equally significant for in Chipley, ~five in Vernon
(with a sixth coming soon),
Sour customers as it has increased the insurance on all non-interest bearing accounts to an unlimited dollar two in Ebro, two in Sunny
amount. This means your deposits are even safer. Hills and one in Caryville.
Only eleven of the eating
Every day, we work very hard to earn your loyalty by providing exceptional service, competitive pricing, ere 'alshet-fod ore 'quick-
unmatched personal banking and financial strength to you, our customer. At The Bank of Bonifay we continue service'.
to offer all our services, including lending, deposits and investments to meet your financial needs. We are The Washington County
community invested and, through our local Advisory Boards and~ branch locations, we are able to listen to the Tourist Developmlent Coun-
cil has recently refined its
feedback of the community, its leaders and its citizens. marketing campaign to
focus on an area within a
The Bank of Bonifay is committed to keeping your money safe, secure and local. If you have any comments two to three hour drive of
Washington County, and
or concerns, please feel free to contact me or your local Branch Manager. expects that this effort viill
pay dividends in these chal-
We are "Your Hometown Advantage Bank" now and in the future. lenging times. This restau-
rant guide conforms to the
TDC mandate of giving
Sincerely, residents from neighbor-
ing areas a reason to visit
the county, and is currently
available in the Washington
County Chamber of Com-
merce Visitor Center as
well as at the Washington
County News office.
Guy F. Medley "o For more information on
some.N!IpV IAtlIHu MARINAM the Merchants of Historic
usbl wi. weallove~IS, swee t r Gesr mens~ense j1- Ccommi~s tooil Chipley please visit http://
PeF~lkt plltt(.s DrST.N teant or www.downtownchipley.


wednesday, May 6, 2009


A12 I washington County News


a~l yCI~U p' oU~Uil
mestic and foreign markets.
The national program is fi-
nanced by a mandatory as-
sessment of one-half of one
percent of the net market
price of soybeans.
For more information,
contact the Marketing Pro-
grams Branch; Livestock
and Seed Program, AMS,
USDA; STOP 0251- Room
2628-S; 1400 Independence
Avenue, SWN; Washington,
D.C. 20250-0251; tel. (202)
720-1115; or via the Internet
at www.ams.usda.gov/ls-
marketingprograms or the
Holmes FSA at 103 N. Okla-
homa Street, Bonifay, FLt
or Washington/Bay FSA at
1424 Jackson Ave. Suite E,
Chipiley, FL 32428.


o
.s


D~s: ~Parm Serlvcet genlc;y
(FSA) in Holmes, Washing-
tozi, and Bay counties, an-
nounced that (USDA) Unit-
ed States Departmient of Ag-
riculture will offer soybean
producers the opportunity
to request a referendum on
the Soybean Promotion and
Research Order, rized under the Soybean.
Promotion, Research, and
Consumer Information Act.
The Request of Refer-
endum will be conducted at
USDA's Farm Service Agen-
cy offices. To be eligible to
pai~ticipate, producers must*
cetf and provide docu-
mentation that shows that
th} produced soybeans
and paid an assessment on
the soybeans ~during the pe-


egnnngllll Iay an
continuing .through May
29, producers may obtain a
form by mail, fax, or in per-
son from the Farm Serve
' Agency County Office in
Bonifayr or Chipley. Forms
my also be obtained via the
Internet at http://www.ams.
usda.gov/1smarke'tingpro-
grams during the same time
peridtl.
Individual producers and
other producer entities may
request a referendum at the
county FSA Office where
their administrative farm
records are maintained. For
the producer not participat-
mng mn FSA programs the
opportunity to request a ref-
erendum will be provided at
the county FSA Office where


support ng cum a
must be returned to the ap-
propriate county FSA Office
by fax or in person no later
than close of business May
29, 2009; or if returned by
hail, niust be postmarked
by midnight May 29, 2009,
and received in the county
FSA Office by close of busi-
ness on June 5, 2009. .
USDA will conduct a ref-
erefidum if at least 10 per-
cent of the nation's 589,182
soybean producers support
a referendum. Not more
than one-fifth of tie produe-
ers who support having a
referendum can be fom ally
one state.
' The soybean check-off
program is administered
by a 68-member producer


Local


(hipley

(ity Council

metm

Chipley City
Cunkl opl mheoe a
on Thursday, May 7,
at 5 p.m. in the City
Hall Council Cham-
bers at 1442 Jackson
Avenue, Chipley
The regular City
Council meeting is
scheduled for Thurs-
d~y, May 14, at 6 p.m.
in the City Council
chambers.


500 be de C ty0 ri d feJan 1, 20 7 thro the pro u e oNwnds r ts0b arPan dOs dNt
Executive Director for US- Dec. 31, 2008. land. Completed forms and expand uses of soybean
i A B i i M 4 d ti d nttin nd soybean products in d












IXII'KA Section

Wednesday,MAIAY 6,2009 Washington County News Holmes County Times-Advertiser PAGE l


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flu, please call your health
care provider and discuss
whether you need to be
seen in their office or an
'emergency department, or
stay home.
Swine flu is not trans-
mitted by food and you
cannot get swine flu from
eating pork products.
The State of Florida is
receiving frequent updates
from the CDC, and working


STALLAHASSEE The State
of Florida has opened a
toll-free telephone service
where residents can call to
receive health information
about swine ~flu~.
'Concerned citizens can
call eall l-800-342-3557. The
line will be staffed from 8
a.m. to 8 p.m. daily until
further notice. After hours
calls will be handled by an
automated service.


As Florida responds to
swine fhi, the Florida De-
partment of Health offers
.the. following 'recommen-
dations:
SPeople with respiratory
illness or fever should stay
home from work or school
to avoid spreading infec-
tions, including influenza,
to others in the commu-
nity.
Avoid close contact with


people who are coughing
or otherwise appear ill.
Avoid touchilig your
eyes, nose and mouth. .
Wash hands frequently
to lessen the spread of re-
spiratory illness.
Symptoms of swine
flu are .rapid onset fever,
cough fatigue and in some
cases vomiting and diar-
rhea.
If you think you have the


with local health depart-
ments to monitor the situ-
ation and immediately fol-
low up on suspected cases.
The Florida Department
of Health has created a
webpage with information
at www.doh.state.fl.us, and
the CDC has a web page at
www.cde.gov/swineflu
Updates online at chi-
pleypaper.com and boni-
faynow.com


County EMS, the Chipley
Fire Department, the Chi-
pley Police Department,
and the Washington Coun-
ty Sheriff's Office. Neysa
Wilkins will also be giving
a performance followed by
a Disney costume contest.


town, a local country band,
and the Kountry Liners, a
local line-dancing group.
A meet your local heroes
event will take place the
next morning at 8:30am.
This is a chance to get
to know the Washington


Washington County's
Relay for Life is coming
up on Friday and Satur-
day, May 8 and 9; there
are many exciting activi-
ties taking place throuigh-
out the night and into the
next morning. Starting


off at 6 p.m. are the open-
ing ceremonies, which
include the welcome and
the .survivor recognition
and the survivor lap. Next,
the Luminaria Ceremony
will take place followed
by performances by Cow-


Throughout the entire
event, there will bepnumer-
ous games and activities
and a large assortment of
food. Everyone is en~cour-
aged to attend and help
support the fight against
cancer.


Washington,

Holmes

at a glance

Miss Vernon
pageaint
VERNON The Miss
Vernon Pageant is
scheduled for 3 p.m.,
Saturday, May 16, in the
Vernon High School au-`
ditorium. All proceeds
benefit VHS senior and
junior classes.
Categories 'are:
0-12 months, Baby Miss;
13-24 -months, Toddler
Miss; 2-3 years, Tiny Tot;
4-5 years, Fliture Little
Miss; 6-7 years, Little
Miss; 8-9 years, Young
Miss; 10-12 years, IVIid-
dle 'Miss; 13-14 years,
Teen :Miss; .15-16 years,
SJunior Miss; 17-21years,
Miss; any age married,
Mrs. Vernon; advertise-
ment sales winner, Miss
Ver~non :Pride.
Pageant ~entry :fee is
$560 each, photogenic $10
and score sheets are $5.
Ch'cks can to be made
payable ~to Vernon High
School : Registration
and fees canl be turned
in to Vernon ]Elemlentary,
SMiddle and High school
offices or at rehearsal.
Deadline for applica-
tions is May 11.' No late
a~p iications accepted.
Deadline for; advertise-
ment sales is May 8.
Photos should be 4x6 or
5x? color or black and
white. Photos should be
turned, in with .the- ap-
plication pr at the May
15 rehearsal that begins
at -6 p~m. 'Pageant at-
tire ~is heirloom or pag-
eant dress. For inore
information, call Lori at
547~-5566 or 527-9018.

Special
presentatfion
GII~dPLEY Washington
Countyi Council on Aging
along with Sacred. 11eart
Senior Spirit Creative
Living Series will pres-
ent "'Five Wishes: Power
of Advarice Directives"
with Covenanit Hospice
on Tuesday, May 12 from
10 a.m. until 11 a'.m.
at Washington County
Cogncil- on A~ging. Call
the Waslhington County
Council .on Aging for
more information at 638-
6217.

08 THE WEB

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to your community
Want the latest news
from Washington or
Holmes counties? Just
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com or bonifaynow.comn. A
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your thoughts on the ,
latest to ics


'INDEX
Society.......................!......Page B2
Faith..................................Page B4
Casfq ...................:...-l e B









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


Toll-free Florida Flu Line nowr open daily


Relay for Life opening ceremony Friday, MLay 8





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SEngagfements and WEDDING


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82 Washington County News Holmes County Times-Advertiser


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Mr. and Mrs. Travis .
Sr. and Becky Brock of
New Hope announce the
engagement and upcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Amanda Nicole, to Gil Lee
Scott Jr. of Ebro. Gil is the
son of Gloria M. Tharp of
Vernon and Gilford L. Scott
Sr. of Ebro.
The bride-elect is the
granddaughter of Exie M.
Pettis and the late H.T.


Brock of Vernon and Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Holley of
Spring Hill. She graduated
from Vernon High School
and is employed at Vernon
Discount Drugs.
The prospective groom
has two sons, Brandori and
Austin.
The wedding is planned
for 3 p.m. Saturday, May 16,
at Calvary Hill Pentecostal
Church in Vernon.


Joey and Felecia
Fisanick along with
Tim and Angie Lewis
announce the marriage of
their daughter, Elizabeth
Nicole Lewis, to Quinn
Martin Williams, son
of Sidney and Betty
Johnson. The outdoor
wedding will take place
on Saturday, May 16, at 4
p.m. at 1528 Hilltop Drive
in Bonifay.


Beth is a 2003 graduate
of Holmes County High
School and is attending
Chipola College, where she
is majoring in elementary
education.
Quinn is a 1995
graduate of Genev~a High
School. 'Friends and family
are invited to attend.
A reception will follow
immediately after the
ceremony.


lan Joshua Fowler was
born April 7 and weighed 5
pounds, 9 ounces and was
19 inches long. His parents
are Joshua Earl Fowler,
formerly of Chipley, and
his wife, Sheri. His brother
Ethan and sister Ashlyri
welcomed him home. The
family is stationed in Fort


Stewart, Ga.
Joshuya's grandparents
are Paula Ciuspid of
Louisiana, Richard Fowler
and Lisa Davidson, both
of Chipley. His great-
grandparents are Donnie
and Irma Glass and Billie
Ray and Wanda Corbin, all
of Chipley.


the late Wayne Marsh.
Paternal grandparents are
Theresa Cole of Bonifay;
and Brad Starling of Starke.
His great-grandparents are
Grace and Archie Truett
of Bonifay and Francis
and Doris Cole of Starke.
His big sister Alyssa and
cousin Tristin welcomed
him home along with other
family members..


Heather Andrews anl '
Michael Crouch announce
the birth of their son,
Jacob Talan. He was born
Jan. 1 in Jackson Hospital
in Marianna and weighed .6
pounds, 7 ounces and ivas
19 inches long.
Jacob's maternal
grandparents are Audrey
Truett and Wesley
Hargrave of Bonifay and .


Mark Allen Lent and
Kimberly Dawn Mlitchell
were married on Feb. 14
at the Calypso resort in
Panama City with minister
Kevin Cordell performing
the ceremony. .
The bride's daughter,
Ashley Radford of
Columbus, Ga., served as
maid of honor. Kimberly's
son, Shane Radford, gave
her away.
Best mart was the
groom's son, Mark Lent


Jr. of Chipley. His son,
SMatthew Lent, was
the ring bearer, and ~
granddaughter, Kayleen,
was the flower girl.
Out-of-town guests
included his brother
Duane Lent and his family
From London; his sister
Lisa Antognolil, from
Pennsylvania; and other
family and friends from
Georgia and Alabama.
A reception followed the
ceremony.


Sammy Hayes ~and
Beth Hayes announce the
engagement and upcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Meagan Le~anne, to Clinton
Terry Painter Jr., son of
Rhonda. Stewart and Terry
Painter.
Meaganis a 2005 -
graduate of Vernon
High School and attends
Gulf Coast Community
College, majormng in
elementary education. Her
grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. George Cone, Mr. and


Mrs. J.E. Hicks and the
late Dennis Hayes.
Clinton, a 1998 graduate
of Pebble-Brook High
School, is employed by
Benning Construction
in Smyrna, Ga. His
grandparents are Jean
Collins, Sara Painter, John
Hunnings and the late
Wayne Painter.
The ceremony is
planned for May 9 at the
Bay Point M~arriott with
the reception following at
the Boatyard Restaurant.


CHIPLEY A
retirement party for
Dr. Ada Brown, Marketing
Instructor of WHTC, will
be held Friday, May 15,
from 11a.m. to 1p.m. in .


the M~arketing classroom.
All fiends, former and
present students, and
family are irivited to stop
by and visit with '
Dr. Brown.


Navy Seaman Dawn M.
Metz Andrews, daughter of
Deborah L. M~etz Aridrews
of and Robert S. Andrews,
of Chipley, recently
completed U.S. Navy


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Training Command, Great
Lakes, Ill., with honors.
Metz Andrews is a 2006
graduate of Chipley High
School of Chipley.


Navy Seaman Tabitha
N. Golden, granddaughter
of Elaine E. Whitehead of
Chipley recently completed
U.S. Navy basic training


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Command, Great Lakes, I2.
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through beloved "Schoolhouse
Rock" songs that cover a variety
of subjects: math, science,
history and grammar. Like the
classic television series, this
show is a hip, entertaining and
educational treat that shows
young people that learning
can be as fun as you choose to


Tom, a schoolteacher nervous
about his first day of teaching,
tries to relax by watching TV
Suddenly, various characters
representing facets of his
personality emerge from the
set~. They proceed to show him
how to win his students over
with imagination and music


CHIPLEY The Spanish
Trail Playhouse will hold open
auditions for its suinmer
production of "Schoolhouse
Rock Live!" at 6 p.m. May 11
and 12 at the Historic Chipley
High School, 680 Second St. in
Chipley. No children will be cast
in this production. Anyone age


16 and older may participate in
the auditions. No. experience
is necessary. Come dressed
comfortably, as auditions will
coilsist of singing and dancing.
This Saturday-morning .edu-
cational cartoon series is one
of the most fun and energetic
musicals ever to hit the- stage..


make it.
"Schoolhouse Rock Live!" will
take the stage August 6-8 and will
mark the second production of
the 2009 season.
For more information, visit
www. spanishtrailplayhouse .com
or ~e-mail spanishtrailp~layh;ouse
@gmail.com.


Confederate Sons Association members decorate Euchee Valley Cemeter'y in honor of Confederate Memorial Day. '


Confederate Sons decorate soldiers' graves


Area members of the Confed-
erate Sons Association observed
Confederate. Memorial Day by
decorating,the graves of Confed-
lere sodesat lheo Ecohe a-
This cemetery is the final rest-
ing place for more than 50 veter- .
ans of the' War Between the States.
The State of Florida has designat-
ed April 26 of each year as an offi- .
cial holiday to honor these men.
Walton County had the distine-
tion of having the highest percent-
age of its citizens serve the Con-
federacy oif any county in Florida.
Among those honored were
John L. Mc~Kinnon, a Confeder-
ate officer and the author of the
well-known "History .of Walton
County."
The Confederat~e Sons Asso"
ciation is a nonpolitical heritage
organization made up of Walton,
Holmes, Jackson and Washington
county men who are descendants
of Confederate soldiers. Also in-
cluded in the membership: are
legionnaire members are nonde-
scendents, both male and female,
who wish to honor the memory of
Confederate soldiers. Information
about the CSA can be obtained
by calling 850-946-5087 or www.
ecsaflorida.org.


At left, CSA menibers
Fred McKnight and Robert
Johnson, decorate the
grave of Jimes R. Grcinger.
Ga ge~rn Fsoai mber of
Infantry.
Below, the Euchee Valley
Cemetery.
Inset blw, the grave
of John L. McKinnon,
Confederate officer ald
author of "History of
Walton County."


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for June 13
CHIPLEY Each June, more
than 100 contestants from North
Florida and surrounding areas com-
pete for the titles of Watermelon
Queen. The pageant crowns queens
in ten ag'e groups, from birth to
age 22.
Queens crowned in the Miss Wa-
termelon pageant may also compete
4t the state level for the crown of Miss
Floi~ida Watermelon Queen 2010..
Because this is a benefit pageant,
the overall sponsorship winner will
also be crowned.
Proceeds from pageant fees, pro-
gram sales, concessions and door en-
try fees go to benefit the Tri-County
Community Council's Toys for Tots
program.
This year, the annual Panhandle
Watermelon Pageant will be held
June 13 at the Washington County
Ag Center in. Chipley. Doors open at
11 a.m. Everyone is invited to attend
the pageant.
Applications can be picked up at
Carolynf's Fashion, 795 Mlain Street in
Chipley. Call, Carolyn Sasser at 638-
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like to invite the EMS providers to
visit their base in Marianna for lunch
and a tour of the facilities. Lunch will
be provided along with gifts and door
prize's throughout the week. Satur-
day will be family; day for the children
to visit and view the.aircraft.
Information on Air Heart services
and educational opportunities will
be provided for those who-are inter-
ested.
this is a very special week to
show thanks to all of the EMS provid-
ers and customers.
The open house schedule will be
Monday through Friday, May 18-23,
from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and Saturday,
10 a.in, to 2 p.m.
RSVPs are welcome and encour-
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9 a.m. -4 p.m. Twelve
gardens ilbe h glghted

In addition to the private
gardens, the all-inclusive
ticket allows access to
Fendall Hall, which is
known for its botanical
murals.
On the pounds, there
will be garden vendors,
entertainment and
demonstrations. A picnic
area will be available as
well.
Tickets are $20 if
purchased by May 8 and $25
after that date. For those
who only wish to visit a few
of the gardens may pay $5
per garden at the gate. No
refunds. Free admission
for children 12 and under.
Tickets are available
at Fendall Hall, 917 West
Barbour Street in Eufalla;
Eufala/Barbour County
Chamber of Commerce,
Schaub's Flowers and Gifts
on East Broad Street and
Shorter Mansion on North
Eufala Ave.
Proceeds benefit
Friends of Fendall Hall
Landscape Restoration
project. Call 334-687-8469 for
more information.

2009 DCP

SigAUp under wly
Enrollment for the 2000
Direct and Counter-cyclical
Payment (DCP) Program
for farms with base acres

a a oal hSAoS rce
Centers and will continue
until June 1, 2009.
The electronic DCP
(or eDCP) servirie saves
producers time, reduces
paperwork and speeds
up contract processing
at USDA Farm Service
Agency (FSA) officers.
It is available to all
producers who are eligible
to participate in the DCP
program and can be
accessed at http:/www~fsa.
usda.gov/dep.
To access the -
service, producers must
have an active USDA
eAuthentication Level 2
account,,which requires
filling out an online
registration format http://
www.eauth.egov~usda.gov
followed by a visit to the
local USDA ServiceCenter
for identity verification.

USDA of ficial reminds
Of disaster programs

FoGAINESVILL -- Dbby
Execeptive Director for
USDA's Farm Service
Agency(FSA), reminded
farmers and ranchers that
the 2008 Farm Billecreated
five new disaster programs,
one of which is the

ELi es oe4 Hoe Be, ad
Farm-Raised Fish Program
(ELAP).


EIAP provides
emoeceencyorelief to
honey bees, and farm-
raised fish to aid in the
reduction of losses because
of disease, adverse weather,
or other conditions,
such as blizzards and
wildfires, as determined
by the Secretary, during
the calendar yeal, that
are not covered by the
Supplemental Revenue
Assistance Payments
Program sure~E,
Si~vestock Indemnity
Program (LIP), and
Livestock Fbrage Disaster
Program (LFP).
Additional information
about LDAP is available at
FSA County Offices or by
~visiting the nationalFS
website at www.fsa.usda.
gov or http://www.fsa.usda.
gov/Internet/FSA_
Notice/Idap_2.pdf.

$11.( Pfogf0m
Under way
USDA's Farm Service
Agency, (FSA) announced
that signup for the Milk
Income Loss Contract
Program (MILC) is
underway and will
continue through the
program's expiration date,
September 30, 2012.
More information on
MILC is available at local
FSA offices.

Make nursing award
00 Wilati0HS
TALLAHASSEE The
Florida Health Care
Association (FHCA) is
seeking nominations to
recognize Registered and
Licensed Practical Nurses
employed in long term
care facilities and make
outstanding contributions
when caring for Florida's
elderly and/or citizens with
disabilities.
The deadline is Friday,
May 8, 2009
Nurses wiho have been
employed by an FHCA
member nursing home for
at least one year and have
a standard license for a
minimum of 30 months are
eligible for the awards.
Also, Certified Nursing
Assistants (CNA) working
in long term facilities can
enter to win up to $500 in
scholarship monies by
submitting a personal story
of up to 50)0 words for the
FHCA 2009 CNA Essay
contest. This year's theme
is"HumanrMomens and

face-to-face interactionsto
help facilitate successful
outcomes for residents and
the workplace.
'Ibdownloadacopyof
the awards nomination
form or the CNA essay
cots es bssio om

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MARIANNA Chipola
College will hold summer
registration for new
and returning students,
Monday, May 11, from 8
a.m. to 6 p.m.
Summer I classes begin
May 12. Late registration
continues through May 13.
Summer II classes begin
June 29.
Many evening and
distance learning courses
are available during the
two six-week summer
sessions. Some classes
have been extended to run
for 12 weeks rather than
six. Online registration
also is available for
students who qualify.
Fees for early
registration must be paid
On the day of .registration.
Scholarship recipients
should contact the
Business Office to declare
fee payment method.
Students from Georgia
and Alabama pay in-state
tuition.
Graduating high
school seniors who take
at least one class during
either summer term may
register early for Fall 2009
classes.
Apphications for
Admission are available
in the Admnissions Office
located in the Student
Service Building or on-
line at www.chipola.edu.
Chipola offers the
Associate in Arts
Degree, the Associate
in Science 'Degree '


EARLY REGISTRATION FOR SUMMER CLASSES AT CHIPOLA:
Sharon Sapp and Alton Rogers of Vernon perform an
experiment in a Chipola College science lab.


Special 'Education and
Elementary Education.
The new Summer
Schedule is available
onlmne at www.chipola.
edu.
For information, call
850- 718-2211.


Wof-kforce Development
programs. The college
also offers Bachelor's
Degrees in Secondary
and Middle Schiool
Education with majors
in Math and Science
Business, Nursing,


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CHIPOLA'S "BEANIE AN~D THE BOOK MACHINE": Aaron Moore of Bethlehem plays
the role of Beanie in the Chipola College children's play, "Beanie and the
Bamboozling Book M~achine." The show will be presented to hundreds
of elementary school children in May. A public performance is set for
Thursday, May 14, at 7 p.m. General a mission tickets- $5 -are an sale
,now. The show tells the story of Beanie, a science wiz who has designed
a reading machine that can read three books at once. When Beanie turns
it on out pop the witches from Snow White, Ha nsel arid Gretel, a nd the
Wizard of Oz. Beanie must get them back into the books with help from
the good guys. For information about Chipola Theater, call 718-2227.


Chipola registation to


begmn for summer sessions


JUne 12 deadline f or
Dilv tr..sits..
Allremaining full-power
television stations still
broadcasting in analog will
make the transition to all
digital between April 16 and
June 12. As of Feb. 17, about
one-third of the nation's
full-power TV stations had
already gone all-digital.
The FCC will be giving a
short presentation followed
by a question and answer
session at the following
locations: Washington
Courity Public L~ibrary, 1444
Jackson Avenue in Chipley
on'Illesday, May 5, at 6:30
p.m. and at the Wausau
Branch Library, Wausau
'Ibwn Hall, Thursday, May
7, at 6:30 p.m. Anyone
having problems with
digital reception or needing
help installing the converter
box should attend one of the
presentations.
You may bring in your
converter boxes and you
Swill be instructed on how
to hook them up. Also,
you can sign up for the
$40 converter box coupons
if you have not already done
so. The FCC Web site has
information and installation
~tips at http://www~dtyvgov/
For more information you .
may call 638-1314.

Air Heart 2 10
hold Open House

2 w uld A Ato in iteth
EMS providers to visit their
base in Marianna for lunch
and a tour of the facilities.
Lunch will be provided
along with gifts and door '
prizes throughout the week.
Saturday will be family day
for the children to visit and
view the aircraft.
Information on Air Heart
.services and educational
'opportunities will also be
provided for those who are
interested.
This is a very special
weekto show thanks to all
of the EMS providers and
customers.
Open House schedule
will be May 18 through lNfay
.23, Monday through Fi;iday
from 11 a.m. i\mtil 3p~m.
and Saturday, 10 a.m. until
2 p.m.
RSVPs are welcome
and encouraged. Fbr more
information contact NeH
.Shores Flight Nurse at
eshores@airmethods.
Com. or call 850-394-7540;
SCn P rter at porter@


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EUFALAAla. Eufala
is reported tobe famous
for its tour of historic

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the ~school of your choice
immediately. First come,
first on the list. Take the
same information with
you (Social Security, Birth
Certificate, up to date
physical and shot record)
to register at the school
site.
Questions can be
directed to Olivia Haines at
850-547-3631, ext. 244.

IKHS t0 present
'Into the Woods'
BONIFAY Homes
County High School
Drama will present
the musical "Into the
Woods" on Thursday May,
7, Friday May 8, Monday
May 11, and 'llesday May
12 at the HOHS auditorium
beginning at 7 p.m.
An ambivalent
Cinderella? A feisty Little
Red Ridinghood? A Prince
Charming that's less than
sympathetic? A Witch...who
raps? They're all among ~
the cockeyed characters in
James Lapine and Stephen
Sondheim's fractured fairy
tale. When a baker and his
wife learn they've been
cursed witl? childlessness
by the witch next door, they
embark on a quest for the .
special objects refluired to
break the spell, swindling,
lying to and stealing from
Cinderella, Little Red,
Rapunzel and Jack (the
one who climbed the
beanstalk).
Everyone's wish is
granted at the end of act
one, but the consequences ,
of their actions return
to haunt them later,
with disastrous results.
What begins a lively fairy
tale becomes a moving
lesson about community
responsibility and the
stories we tell our children.
Tickets are $5 in
advance and $7 at
the door. For more
information or to reserve
your tickets please call
HCHS at 547- 9000.


of the FHCA website, www.
Aca.org.

rOUp OffefS SUMMef
camps for artists
PANAMA CITY This
.summer the Visual and
Performing Arts Division
of Gulf Coast Community
College will offer "Summer
Camps in the Arts" for Bay
County's middle and high
school students.
The first Arts Camp for
middle school students is
scheduled for June 1-5'
from 9 a.m. Until 4 p.m. in the
SAmelia G. Tapper Center for
the Arts. Students entering
grades six through eight
in the fall of 2009 will have
.the opportunity to rotate
'through classes mn art'
dance, music and theatre.
Cost is $200 and registration
will be held May 26 through
29 at the Amelia Tapper
Center for the Arts office
from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.
High school students
entering grades 9 12 in the
fall of 2009 and interested
in art, dance, music or
theatre, may enroll in the .
high school Camp in the
Arts.'I'he camps will have
two sessions: June 8 -12, and
June 15-19. Morning session
hours are from 9 a.g.
until noon, and afternoon
sessions from 1- 4 p.m.
Students can choose from
classes in Music Technology
Acting, Dance, Chamber
Chorale/Voice, Theatre
Technology and Visual
Art (including Drawmng,
Painting, Ceramics and
Sculpture).
All camp instructors
are GCCC faculty and sk.
Registration will be held at
the Amelia Tapper Center
for the Arts office from June
1 to 5 for the first session,
and from June 8 12 for the
second session.'Iition cost
is $175 for the iveek.
For more information, -
call Sherri Itenfr~oe at 872-
3886. '


10lti gradUtil00
CHIPLEY Washington
HolmesTechnicalCenterwill
hold graduation ceremonies
on May 7 starting at 7 p.m. in
the Washington County Ag
Center on Highway 90 '

Office accepting new.


PANAMA CITY According
tooAnthoony obb1, M l
Coll age's Veterans
Affaeim re rsentative
the instit tin currently
has about 250 students
attending college on the GI
BE g ge
When asked about
the new Post 9/11 GI Bill
Cobb said there are some
definite factors to consider
before applying for the new
bill. The Department of
Veterans Affairs has started
accepting applications
for the new GI Bil, but
payments will not be
processed until August 1,
2009.
Cobb recommends first
exhausting benefits under
the old GI Bill. If you.have .
.entitlement remaining
under the cufrent GI Bil
and switch to the new bill,
the number of months of
Post-9/11 GI Bil entitlement
you will be eligible for will
be equal to the number
of months remaining
under the current GI <
Bill. However, if you exhaust
all of your current GI Bill
entitlement, you may be
entitled to a maximum of
12 additional months of
entitlement under the Post-

Under the Post 9/11 GI
Bill you may receive: tuition
and fees payment (paid
directly to the school) not .
to exceed the tuition and
fees at the most expensive ~
state institution of higher
learning;monthl~yhousing
allowance based on basic


allowance: for housing for
an E-5 with dependents.
This amount is based on
the ZIP code of the location
of the school you are
attending; and an annual
book stipend of $1,`000 paid
proportionately based on
enrollment.
For more information
on the new GI Bill, go to
www.va.gov or contact
Anthony Cobb in the GCCC
Admissions Department at
769-1551 ext. 3210.

VPK re istrati0H
to begin f or f all
Holmes County .
Voluntary Pre-
Kindergarten (VPK)
Specialist Olivia Haines
has announced Fall VPK
registration information.
A VPK certificate is
required before a child
can be registered for
Pre-Kindergarten. The
Early Learning Coalition
is issuing Fall VPK
Certificates for children
who turn four years old on
or before Sept. 21, 2009 and
are not elighble to attend
kindergarten.
Required documents for
registration include: Proof
of child's date of birth
(birth certificate); Parent/
Guardian photo I.D. and
proof of physical residence
(License/Utility Bill);
Child's Social Security
Number (Optional).
Due to budget cuts, the
Holmes County School
District will not be offering
on site registration.
Parents willneed to go
to the Early Learning
Coalition in the Old
Chipley High School on
Second Street in Chipley to
pick up a VPK certificate.
The certificate should
then be taken to the school
of your choice, Bethlehem,
Poplar Sprinigs, Bon~ifay
Elementary or Ponce
de Leork Elementary to
complete registration. The
certificate maybe taken to


MARIANNA Dr. Will
Holcombe, chancellor
for Florida's Community
College System, will
deliver the address to the
Class of 2009 at Chipola
College's Commencement
on Thursday, May 7.
Dr. Holeombe has
more than 30 years of
experience in educational
leadership and collegiate
administration.
Holeombe, who
completed his
undergraduate studies at
Baldwin-Wallace College,
earned both his Master's
in Education and Ph.D.
in College Adrrinistration
.from the University of
Florida. A foriner U.S.
Marine Corps Captain,
Dr. Holcombe began his
teaching career at Ford
Junior High Scho'ol in
Brook Park, Ohio. He
later joined Florida's
Community College
System, serving as an
English professor at
Santa Fe and Broward
Community College,
where he eventually
became president in
1987. Holeombe has also
served as Vice President
of Brevard CC, provost
and academic dean
.for Broward's Central
Campus and assistant
to the President for
Broward CC.
Since Florida's
Community Colleges
are the primary access
point to higher education
in the state for more
than 800,000 students,
one of Chancellor
Holeombe's highest
priorities is facilitating
and maintaining ,
postsecondary
opportunities for our
students. Community
colleges provide


the state's broadest
range of educational
options, including adult
continuing education,
recreation and leisure
programs, certificate
training, Associate's
degrees which provide
university parallel
and/or career technical
preparation, and
Baccalaureate degrees
in areas of critical
workforce need.
Dr. Holeombe
continues to be a strong
advocate for student
success, seamless
articulation and economic'
development. As
Chancellor, Holeombe
works to build consensus
with other stakeholders
in higher education
including K-12, wjorkforce
development entities, and
public and private four-
year institutions.
A highly sought after
speaker and presenter,
Dr. Holeombe has
represented ~Florida's
Community Colleges at
various state and national
conventions. He has
also provided consulting
services to colleges
throughout the country.
Some 371 Chipola
graduates make up the
class of 2009. They will
join the ranks of more
than 10,000 Chipola
alumni. Counted as
members of the class are
all who completed their
degrees or certificates
from December of
2008 to May of 2009 or
who will complete work
during the summer of
2009. Chipola's fifth class
of bachelor's degree
graduates in Secondary
Education will receive
degrees during the.
ceremony.


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On Thursday, May 7,
small and large groups
of people will gather
together from the Capitol
steps in Washington,
D.C., to courthouses and
public parks, for the E
58th National Day of FRO
Prayer to pray for this HI
nation. This year's theme Tir
makes a statement
about the only hope,
not only for America but this
world, as the theme is "Prayer
... America's Hope!" The theme
is based on Psalm 33:22, which
says, "May Your unfailing love
rest upon us, O Lord, even as we
put our hope in IYou," .
Personally, every year I
look forward to the NDP as
Americans come out and stand
bold, unashamedly in the streets
and other areas to lift our voices
together, across denominational
lines, as the body of Christ,


submitting ourselves
and all that makes this
country great to our
Lord, proclaiming our
need for his intervention
in these desperate times
in which we live.
ITHE Every year since 2000,
LRT I have received a blessing
Hall as Ihave joined with
the Chipley Ministerial
Association and brothers
and sisters in Christ from the
surrounding area on the steps
of the Washington County
Courthouse. And I understand
they send out a welcome to all
again to join them on May 7 from
12:15-12:45 p.m. to lift our voices -
and hearts before almighty God
and praise him for all he has
done and to ask his blessings
upon this great nation and its
leaders.
Last year was my second
time to also join with 1,100 prayer


warriors around the Lake, hand
to hand, at the De~Fhniak Springs
Lake yard. They also invite
everyone who loves the-Lord
Jesus Christ and is concerned
about the sinful condition of
America and the world we live
in to join them. They encourage
everyone to begin to come on
down to the sidewalk by the lake
to sign-in and begin circling the
lake at 5:30 p.m., to begin praying
at 6 p.m. for the government,
military, media, businesses,
education, church and families,
which have been the backbone
that made this nation so great in
the past.
You can find out more
about the National Day of
Prayer and prayer events
throughout the nation at www.
NationalDayofPrayer.org.
SMany of you may' be saying,
as people do, "I can pray just
as well at home or at my local


church." And that might be so,
but you should also Imow that
there are millions of people
around the globe who would
love to have just one time that
they could stand in public
without fear of persecution or
of ,breaking their local law's
to pray to the Lord they love.
Plus with all the regulations
that have been attached to
the "stimulus" money being
grabbed by local municipalities
and school systems, the "Hate
Crime" law, (which will make
30 sexual orientations federally
protected, which include
behaviors that are felonies or
misdemeanors in most states),
and the "Fairness Doctrine"
that is before the House and
Senate, this might be the last
timie that we as Americans will
be able to do so without fear of
imprisonment.
If you haven't noticed,


America has turned her back
on the God who has blessed
her far more than we deserve.
It is time that America now
bless God and return to the God
of our childhood, for IHe has
promised, "If My people who are
called by My name will humble
themselves, and pray and seek
My face, and turn from their
wicked ways, then I will hear
from heaven, and will forgive
their sin and heal their land" (2
Chronicles 7:14 NKJV). "Prayer
... America's Hope!"
This message has been
brought to you From the Heart
of Tim Hall, Senior Pastor,
Gully Springs Baptist Church,
and author of"Church Go To
Hell! Please?" RO. Box: 745, 2824
Highway 90 West Boniifay, FL
32425, located three miles west
of the light at Highway 79,
850-547-3920, E-mail: ~timball
2000@yahoo.com


Wednesday, May 6
CLOSED Wausau Li-
brary
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Holmes
County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m. -- Chipley Li-
brary open.
10 a.m. to noon Holmes
Council on Aging provides
hot meals and socialization.
10 a.m. to 2 p.m The
Vernon Historical Society
Museum is open to the pub-
lic every Wednesday from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Meetings are
the fourth Wednesday of the
month at 2 p.m.
10:30 a.m. -' Chipley Gar-
den Club luncheon/meeting.
Call 658-2111 for information.
11 a.m. Washington
Council on Aging (located in
Chipley) senior lunches. For
reservations, call 638-6217;
donations accepted.
Noon Bonifay Kiwanis
Club weekly meeting, held at
Simbo's Restaurant in Boni-
fay
1-6 p.m. Vernon Library
open-
1 p.m. Line dancing,
Washington Council on Aging
in Chipley
7 p.m. Depression and
Bipolar Support Group meets
at ~First Baptist Church edu-
cational annex building in
Bonifay. Call 547-4397.
8 p.m. -Alcoholics Anonyi-
mous meeting, held at Ponce
de Leon Methodist Church
on Main Street in Ponce de
Leon. .

ThUfSday May 7
.CLOSED - Vernon Li-
brary
8 a~m. Holmes County
Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m. Chipley Li-
brary open.
10 a.m. to noon Holmes
Council on Aging provides
hot meals and socialization-
11 a.m. Washington
Council on Aging Gocated in
Chipley) senior lunches. For
reservations, call 638-6217;
doniatio~ns accepted.
11:30 a.m. Friends of
the Washington County Li-
brary meeting, held at Chi-
pley Woman's Club building.
Noon Alcoholics Anony-
mous operi meeting, New
Life Assembly Fellowship,
Chipley.
1-6 p.m. Wausau Li-
brary open.
4 p.m. Chipley City
Council workshop, held at
Chipley City Hall.
4:30 p.m. Holmes Coun-
ty Historical Society meet-
ing, held at Historical Society
building, 412 Kansas Ave. in
Bonifay
6-9 p.m. GED Prep
classes each Tuesday and
Thursday at Washington-
Holmes Technical Center,
757 Hoyt St. in Chipley.
6 p.m. TOPS meet-
ing, held at Mt. Olive Bap-
tist Church, located three
miles north of Bonifay on


Highway 79.
6 p.m. Holmes County
Tax Watch meets at Simbo's
Restaurant on Highway 79 in
Bonifay,
6 p.m. Ponce de Leon
City Council meeting.
8 p.m. Narcotics Anon-
ymous .meeting,. held at
Blessed Trinity Catholic
Church in Bonifay.
8 p.m. Alcoholics Anon-
ymous meeting, held at New
Hope Volunteer Fire Station,
located on Highway 2.in Hol-
mes County.

Friday May 8
.CLOSED Wausau Li-
brary.
8 a.n1l. to 5 p.m. Holmes
County Library open.
9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Chi-
pley Library open. -
10 a.m. to noon Homes
Council on Aging provides
bingo, exercise;l games, ac-
tivities, hot meals and social-
ization.
10:30-11 a.m. Wausau
Libra y preschool storytime.
11 a.m. Washington
Council-on Aging (located in
Chipley) senior lunches. For
.reservations, call 638-6217;
donations accepted.
1;6 p.m. Vernon Library
open.
7~ p.m. Slocomb VFW
dance until 10 p.m. Music by
the Country Boys. Admission
$5; children 12 and under free
with parents. No smoking
or alcohol. Door prizes and
50/50 giveawrays. Refresh-
ments available.
8 pah. Alcoholics Anon-
ymous open meeting, held at
Presbyterian Church in Chi-
pley;

Saturday, May 9
CLOSED Wausau Li-
brary, Chipley Library, Vep.
non Library
8 a.m. to noon Holmes
County Library open.
7-10 p.m. -Geneva
Senior Citizens. Dance at
Geneva Community Center,
North Iris Street, every Sat-
urday for those 21 and older.
Country music by the Flat
County Band. Admission is
$4, 50-50 giveaway, refresh-
ments, no smoking or alco-
hol.
7 p.m. Slocomb VFW
dance until 10 p.m. Music by
the Country Boys. Admission
$5; children 12 and under free
with parents. No smoking
or alcohol. Door prizes and
50/50 giveaways. Refresh-
ments available.
8 p.m. Alcoholics Anon-
ymous meeting, held at Boni-
fay Methodist Church, Boni-
fay, on Oklahoma Street.

SUR00f, MGy *
1 p.m. Abate of Flor-
ida, a Motorcyclist Rights
Organization, meets at
2229 Bonifay-Gritney Road.
For information, call 850-


548-5187.
8 p.m. Alcoholics
Anonymous meeting, held in
the board room at Gracev-
ille-Campbellton Hospital in
Gr~aceville.

M0nday May 11
CLOSED Holmes
County Library, Wausau Li-
brary, Vernon Library
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Chipley
Library open.
10 a.m. to noon Holmes
Council on Aging provides
bingo, exercise, games, ac-
tivities, hot meals and social-
ization.
11 a.m. Washington
Council on Aging Gocated in
Chipley) senior lunches. For
reservations, call 638-6217;
donations accepted.
6-7:30' p.m. Salvation
Army Domestic Violence
and Rape Crisis Program
(SADVP) will be hosting a
domestic violence support
groups each Monday. The
meeting will be held at the
SADVP Rural Outreach of-
fice at 1461 S. Railroad Ave.,
Apartment 1, in Chipley. Call
Emma or Jess at 415-5999.
7 p.m. Esther Masonic
Lodge No. 144, Bonifay.
8 p.'m. Alcoholics Anon-
ymous open meeting, held
at Blessed '1inity Catholic
Church, oil Highway 177A,
Bonifay.

TUeoday, May I2
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Holmes
County Library open.
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Chipley
Library open.
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Vernon
Library open.
9 a.m. Holmes County
School Board, District Of-
fice, Pennsylvania Avenue in
Bonifay.
10 a.m. to noon 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.
Noon Alcoholics Anony-
mous open meeting, New
Life Assembly Fellowship,
Chipley.
1-6 p.m. Wausau Li-
brary open.
5:30 p.m. Chipley Down-
town Merchants Association,
827 Main St.
6-9 p.m. GED Prep
classes each Tuesday and
Thursday at Washington-
Holmes Technical Center,
757 Hoyt St. in Chipley.
7 p.m. Westville City
Council meeting.
7 p.m. Esto Town Coun-
cil meeting.
8 p.m. Alcoholics Anon-
ymous open meeting, held at
First Presbyterian Church,
Chipley.
8 p.m. -Narcotics
Anonymous meeting, held
at Blessed Trinity Catholic
Church in Bonifay.


to draw away disciples after
them. Therefore watch, and
remember, that by the space
of three years I ceased not to
warn every one night and day
with tears.',
Paul told them specifically
that some from among their
own would rise up and tear
the flock apart. Some say that
this will never happen to their


In Matthew 7:15-20,
Christ says, "Beware of false
prophets, which come to
you in sheep's clothing, but
inwardly they are ravening
wolves. Ye shall know them
by their fruits. Do men gather
grapes of thorns, or figs of
thistles? Even so every good LET
tree bringeth forth goodl fruit; LIGH1
but a corrupt tree bringeth Wes
forth evil fruit. A good tr~ee
cannot bring forth evil fruit, neither
can a corrupt tree bring forth good
fruit. Every ti'ee that bringeth not
forth good fruit is hewn down, and
cast into the fire. Wherefore by their '
fruits ye shall know them."
Christ tells His disciples to watch
out for those false teachers who
would lead them astray. The question
I ask you is, are you watching out
for them as Christ instructed? Are
you paying close attention to those
who are instructing you in the word
of God? Are they teaching the same
things that are taught in the Bible?
First, of all, we need to be able to
recognize and rebuke false teaching.
In Acts 17:11, Luke records, "These
were more noble than those in
Thessalonica, in that they received
'the word with all readiness of mind,
and searched the scriptures daily,
whether those things were so."
Why were these said to be more
n~oble? Because they searched the
Scriptures daily to see whether what
they were being taught was true.
Do you search the Scriptures to see
whether what you are being taught is
correct, or do you just take someone's
word for it?
In 2 Timothy 3:16-17 Paul writes,
"All scripture is given by inspiration of
God, and is profitable for doctrine, for
reproof, for correction, for instruction
in righteousness: That the man of
God may be perfect, thoroughly
.furnished unto alf good works."
This is a scripture many of us
know and can quote, but do we use
it? Are you familiar enough with the
word of God that you can use it to
see if someone is teaching error? We
should never stop searching the word
of God.
I believe we need to realize that
some false teachers come from
within. Some congregations have .
been ripped apart because of this. ,
In 1 Timothy 4:1-3, Paul wrote to
Timothy and said, "Now the Spirit a
speaketh expressly, that in the latter
times some shall depart from the
faith, giving heed to seducing spirits,
and doctrines of devils; Speaking lies
in hypocrisy; having their conscience
seared with a hot iron; Forbidding to
marry, and commanding to abstain '
from meats, which God hath created to
be received with thanksgiving of them
which believe and know the truth."
Paul makes it very clear that some
will leave the faith and begin to teach
contrary to the word of God. In Acts
20:29-31, Luke records the words
of Paul: "For I kn~ow this, that after
my departing shall grievous wolves
enter in among you, not sparing th~e
flock. Also of your own selves shall
men arise, speaking perverse things,


congregation. I am sure that
is what others have said just before it
happened to them. ~
We must also stand against those
Swho teach things contrary to the word
of God.
In 2 Timothy 4:1-5 Paul writes, "I
charge thee therefore before God,
and the Lord Jesus Christ, who shall
judge the quick and the dead at his
appearing and his kingdom; Preach
the word; be instant in season, out -
of season; reprove, rebuke, exhort
with all lorfg-suffering and doctrine.
For the time will come when they wiH
not endure sound doctrine; but after
their own lusts shall they heap to
themselves teachers, having itching
ears; And they shall turn away their.
ears from the truth, and shall be
turned unto fables. But watch thou in
all things, endure afflictions, do the
work of an evangelist, make full proof
of thy ministry." We must always
be willing to stand for the truth and
never waver.
Paul also told Timothy in 2 Timothy
2:15-16, "'Study to show thyself
approved unto God, a workman that
needeth not to be ashamed, rightly
dividing the word of truth.
But shun profane and vain
babblings: for they will increase unto
more ungodliness."
Too many times, there have been
those who have given in just a little,
and before they realize, they have .
been engulfed by false teaching.
The only way we can rightly divide
the word of truth is by knowing and
understanding what the Sciiptures
teach.
In conclusion, we need to
remember that we each are `
responsible~for the destination of our
own soul.
In Philippians 2:12 Paul says,
"Wherefore, my beloved, as ye have
always obeyed, not as in my presence
only, but now much more in my
absence, work out your own salvation
With fear and trembling."
The final destination of my soul is
too important to me to let someone
else tell me what I need to do. I am
going to search the Scriptures to find
out all I need to be doing to make sure
I have a home in Heaven. I will listen
carefully to what is being taught in
my congregation, and I will search
the Scriptures to see whether it is
true. I urge you to do the same. The
Scriptures are very clear that some '
will be lead astray by false teachers.
If you care where you will spend
eternity, then you should be willing to
search the Scriptures for the truth.
This message has been prrovided
by Wes Webb, evangelist, Chipley
Church of Christ, 1295 Brickyard Rd.
Chipley, FL 32428, 850-638-2'366.


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It Seems that a person can more fully appreciate their
mother once they become a
parent. At this point, they gain
firsthand experience of what ~
their mother did for them while
they were growing up. A saintly .
mother is truly a blessing to her
family, and the moral and ethical
standards that she reflects to her
children will be carried with them
throughout their lives. Nothing
changes a person's life more than
having children, and becoming a F~
mother can be the most challeng-
Sing, yet rewarding responsibility a
woman will ever have. Since chil-
dren tend to stereotype things, "
they may believe that all mothers are the same; however,
each mother is unique and special in her own loving
way.The Bible tells us that we should never forget what
our mothers have tau ht us.We should keep their words
always locked in our hearts.Their teaching will lead us
When we travel, protect us at night and advise us during
the day.Their loving correction can teach us how to live.
My son, keep your father's commandment, and forsake not
your mother's teaching.
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is scheduled for Saturday, May 9, at
the Rock Hill church and cemetery.
Everyone with family buried there is
encouraged to go out and help clean
up the grounds. Take a covered dish
to go with the fish for the noon meal.
Donations are needed to help with
the cost of mowing. Call 638-1911 or
638-1'103 for directions or to make
donations.


H0fflS Chapel to hold revival
CARYVILLE Harris Chapel Ho-
liness Church will host a revival
and special singing by Bro. Mark
Blalock and Redeeined on Sunday,
May 10, until further notice. Sun-
day services start at 11 a.m. and
5:30 p.m. ~Weekday services will
begin at 7 p.m. The church is
eight miles north of Caryville on
Highwayi179.


NOW WOrSilip times

Of ILiVIng 070 e
GIIPLEY Living Above Ministries,
844 Main St. in Chipley, has new wor-

s sendacehonure is at 3 p.m., and
Thursday services start at 7 p.m.
Pastors are Glen and Rhonda
Gipson.


day morning services begin at 9:30
followed by the regular worship ser-
vice. .
Sunday.evening services will be-
g3in at 5 p.m. Evening services, Mon-
day through Thtirsday, ivill begin at
7 p.m.


Whi"ionert

at Mt. Olive Baptist
Mt. Olive Baptist Church will host
a mini-concert featuring Jennifer
Strickland during morning service on
Mother's Day, Sunday, May 10. Sun-
day school starts at 9:45 a.m. followed
by morning worship and concert at


Emeriti missionary Mlrartha Hagood served 12
years in Japan and 28 in Nigeria. She was
one of the 61dest missionaries present at the
first Wiregrass Area International Missions
Fellowship Luncheon.



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Fe owship luncheon


he W at Baptist [loiege


sions Fellowship Lun-
cheon on April l8.
The two oldest mis-
sionaries present were
both 87. Martha Hagood,
oldest emeriti mission-
arserved 12 yars in
Japan and 28 mn Nigeria,
and Forrest Weed (Kay),
served as a missions
volunteer on several
ass agents.


GRACEVILLE Twfenty-
three International Mlis-
Sion Board (IMB) mis-
Sionaries, retirees, former
missionaries, and short-
term retired volunteers of
the Southern Baptist Con-
VentiOn (SBC) gathered
at The Baptist College of
FlOrida (BCF) m Gracev-
ille for the~ f1rst Wiregrass
Area Int rational Mis


-; Grace Lutheran: Highway 90 East,
Bonifay. Interim pastor is Jerry Conley. .
Catholic
17Blessed Trinity Catholic: Highway
St. Joseph the Worker Catholic:
Highway 77 South, Chipley.
Church of Christ
Chipley Church of Christ:
1295 Brickyard Road. Wes Webb is
minister
Esto Church of Christ 1247 N.
Highway 79.
Church of God
Bonifay Church of God: Brock Ave,
Pastor is John Stamey.
Tabernacle of Praise Church of
~God: Highway 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 Seventh St. (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: Highway 90
West, Chipley. Vicar is Ward S. Clarke.
Holiness
Harris Chapel Holiness: Eight miles
north of Caryville on Highway 179.
Pastors are the Rev. Norman and Judy
Harris.
Sweet Gum Holiness: 105 Corbin
Road, Cottondale.
Third Uinited Holiness: 608 W. Eighth
Ave., Graceville. Pastor is Arthur Fulton.
Jehovah's Witnesses
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's
Witnesses: 2048 Highway 77, Chipley.
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah s
Witnesses: Highway 90, Bonifay.
Jewish
Temples are available in Dothan and
Panama City.
Islam
Mosque available in Blountstown.
Pentecostal
First United Pentecostal:
1816 Highway 90 West, Chipley. Pastor
is James Caudle.
First United Pentecostal:
2100 Highway 90 West, Westville.
Pastor Jason Campbell.
Open Pond United Pentecostal:
1885 Highway 179-A, Westville. Pastor is
Ray Connell.
Trinity Pentecostal Tabernacle:
Highway 77 between Sunny Hills and
Greenhead. Pastor is Larry Willoughby
True Holiness Pentecostal:
5099 Little Rock dircle, Ebro. Pastor is
Louis D. Brown.
Turning Point F~irst United
Pentecostal: Highway 90 West, Chipley
Pastor is James Caudle.
.Wausau Pentecostal Holiness:
2201 Pioneer Road. Pastor is James
Barwick.
Fifth United Pentecostal Holliness
church, 776 Peach St., 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:
Highway 177, look for sign.
Bonifay United Methodist: Oklahoma
Street.
Cedar Grove United Methodist:
Two miles west of Miller's Crossroads on
Highway 2. Pastor is John Hinkle.
Chipley First United Methodist:
1285 Jackson Ave.
East Mt. Zion United Methodist:
Highway 173 North, 10 miles from
Bonifay
Lakeview United Methodist: Highway
279 near Five Points, 1970 Lakeview
Drive. Pastor Mike Weeks.
Mt. Ida Congregational'Methodist:
Just off Highway 2 in Holmes County's
New Hope community. Pastor is the
Rev. Tom Whiddon.
New Hope United Methodist: State
Road 79 south of Vernon.
Orange Hill United Methodist:
Sunday Road off Orange Hill Road.
Pastor is Ron Alderman.
Otter Creek United Methodist: North
of Ponce de Leon off Highway 81 (look
for sign).
Pleasant Grove United Methodist:
2430 Shakey Joe Road, near Hinson


Crossroads.
Poplar Head United Methodist:
1.5 miles north of Highway 2 on
Hig Hil United Methodist: State
Road 2, two miles west of SR 79. Pastor
is the Rev. Buddy Pennington.
Vernon United Methodist:
Highway 79. Pastor is John Kramer.
Wausau United Methodist:
Highway 77.
Presbyterian
Chipley First Presbyteriani Fifth
Street and Watts Avenue.
Sunny Hills Presbyterian:
3768 Country Club Blvd. Pastor is
Kenneth Kelley.
Other
Christian Fellowship Center,
1458 Monroe Sheffield Road, Chipley.
Pastor Isaac Harmon.
,The Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints, North Ride, Bonifay,
FL 32425; 850-547-1254 or 850-547-
4557 Bonifay Ward: Bishop Joshua
Bowen Chipley Ward: Bishop Charles
Munns
Courts of Praise: 1720 Clayton
Road, Chipley. Pastor is Rick Covett.
.Covenant Community Fellowship,
844 Main Street, Chipley. Pastor Joey
Robbins.
Family Worship.Center: 531 Rock
Hill Church Road.
Sunny Hills Chapel: 4283 Highway
77. Pastor is William E. Holman.
Northwest Florida Christian Church:
4465 Highway 77.
Amazing Grace Faith Fellowship
Assembly: 3253 Highway 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.
Trinity Free Church, Living, Loving
God, old Howell Chevrolet building,
Tuesday and Thlursdays at 6:30 p.m.;
Sunday,* 2:30-4:30 p.m. T G. Hobbs,
pastor.
Vernon Evangelistic: Highway 79.
Pastor Keith Mashburn.
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 Prayier Worship Center:
763 West Blvd. Pastor is Anthony B.
McKinnie.
Northwest Florida Christian Church:
4465 Highway 77 (meets Sundays at
6 p.m, for Bible study). Pastor is Fred
King.
Moss Hill Church: Second and fourth
Sunday, 2 p.m. Off Highway 279.
Cornerstone Harvest Outreach:
Corner 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 Macedonia Road. Pastor is
James Vickery
Bonnett Pond Community Church:
2680 Bonnett Pond Road between
Wausau and Vernon. Pastor is the Rev.
Teddy Joe Bias.
The Potter's Hands: Greenhead
at corner of Highway 77 and Pine Log
Road. Pastors are Robert and Sheila
Smith.
Holmes Valley Community Church:
3550 Fanning Branch Road, Vernon.
Pastors Willis and Drucile Hagan,
Bonifay House of Prayer: 826 N.
Caryville Road. Pastor Devon Richter.
Sapp Holiness Church: 2207 Sapp
Road, Cottondale.
Faith Covenant Fellowship:
Highway 277, half-mile south of 1-10.
SCaryville Evangelistic Center:
Wright's Creek Road in Caryville, just
north of Highway 90. Pastor is Wayne
Brannon.
Someone To Care International
Ministries Inc., 1705 Pioneer Road.
Chipley. Just 2.5 miles east of caution
light in Wausau. Pastor is the Rev. S. J.
Cunningham.
Cornerstone Fellowship of Chipley;
1301 Main St. (old Chuckwagon),
Chipley. Sunday services 10:30 a.m.
Pastor is Larry Capan.


African Methodist~ Episcopal
Grant Tabernacle AME: 577 Martin
Luther King, Chipley. Pastor is the Rev

BewoB thel AME: U.S. 90 in Bonifay.
Pastor is Alice Hennessey.
St. Jphn AME: 3816 Clemmons Roa~d,
Vernon. Service on first and third Suridays
at 11:15 a.m. Pastor is the
Rev. Leon Singleton.
St. Joseph AME: 1401 Monroe
Sheffield Road, Chipley. Pastor is the Rev
Roy Hudson,
St. Luke AME: 4009 Jackson
Community Roaid, Vernon. Service on
second and fourth Sunday at 11 a.m.
Pastor is the Rev. Leon Singleton.
Assembly of God
Bonifay First Assembly: 1009 S.
Waukesha St. P~itor is John Chance.
,Carmel Assembly of God:
County 160 in the Bethlehem Community
Pastor is Tombly Moore.
Grace Assembly of God: 567 N. Main
St. Pastor the Rev. Dallas Pettis.
.Cords of Love Assembly of God:
2060 Bethlehem Road in the Kynesville
area. Pastor is Jerry Sanford.
Ebro AssemblJ of God: State 79
South. Pastor is Uoyd Lykins.
Faith Assembly of God: Underwood
Road behind Poplar Springs School.
Pastor is Charles Carlton.
Gracevilig~irst Assembly of God:
5565 Brown St. Pastor is Charles
Jackson.
Lighthouse Assembly of God,
1201 S. Waukesha St. (State 79) Bonifay.
Sunday School 10 a.m., Sunday services
11 a~m. and 6 p.m., every second
Wednesday fellowship supper. Pastor
Michael Presley. .
Little Rock Assembly of God:
1923 Highway 173, six miles north of
Bonifay. Pastor is the Rev. Ben Peters. *
Uive Oak Assembly of God: Just off
Highway 177-A north of Bonifay.
Mt. Olive Assembly of God: Highway
179-A off Highway 2. Pastor Thomas
Ealum Jr.
Mt. Pleasant Assembly of God:
Highway 179-A, eight miles north of
Westville. Pastor i's the Rev. Clyde Smith.
New Bethany Assembly of God:
Shaky Joe Road just off Highway 280
at Hinson's Crossroads. Pastor is Leon
Jenkins. .
New Life Fellowship Assembly of .
God: 695 Fifth St., Chipley. Pastor Vince '
Spencer
New Smyrna Assembly of God, .
Adolph.Whitaker Road six miles north of
Bonifay. The Rev. Josh Garner is pastor
Noma Assembly of God: 1062 Tindel
St., Noma. Pastor is Jerry Leisz.
Northside Assembly of God:
1009 N. Rangeline St...across from
Bonifay Elementary. Pastor Edwin Bell.
Smith Chapel Assembly of God:
2549 Smith Chapel Road, just off
Highway 177-A. Pastor George Stafford.
Vernon Assembly of God Church:
3349 McFatter Ave. Pastor is the Rev
Wesley Hall.
Wausau Assembly of God:
Highway 77. Pastor iS Danny Burns.
Westville Assembly of God: Highway
181 North. Pastor is Lavon Burke.
Winterville Assembly of God:
Dogwood Lakes Road. Pastor Mitch
Johnson. --
Baptist
Abigail Free Will Baptist: Dawkins
Street in Vernon.
Berean Baptist: 1438 Nearing Hills
Road in Chipley. Pastor is Jesse Bowen.
SWausau First Baptist: Hig ~way 77.
Bethany Baptist: 10 miles north of
Bonifay on Highway 79. Pastor is Ed
Barley
Bethlehem Baptist: Highway 177.
Pastor is Dr. Wesley Adams.
Beulah Anna Baptist: Coursey Road a
half-mile off Highway 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.
Waukesha. Pastor Shelley Chandler
Bonifay Free Will Baptist: Corner of
Kansas Avenue and Oklahoma Street.
Pastor 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 SouthBlvd.
The Fellowship at Country Oaks:
574 Buckhorn Blvd., 17 miles southeast
of Chipley off Orange.
East Pittman Freewill Baptist: 1/2
mile north of Highway 2 on 179. Pastor is
Herman Sellers. .


Eastside Baptist: Highway 277,
Vernon.
Esto Firit Baptist: 1050 N. Highway

7.Evrre Missinr Baptist:
Church, Westville. .
Gap Pond Free Will Baptist:
1980 Gap Blvd. in Sunny Hills. Interim
Pastor is the Rev. George Cooper.
Gritney Baptist Church, 9
2249 Highway 179. Pastor Rodd Jones
Gully Springs Baptist: Three miles
west of Bonifay on Highway 90. Pastor
Tim Hall.
Hickory Hill Baptist: 1656 Hickory Hill .
Road (Highway 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 pastor
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:
Highway 2, a mile west of Highway 79 in
Esto. Pastor is Steve Boroughs.
New Beginning Baptist: 1049 Sanders
Ave., Graceville. Pastor is Rudolph
Dickens.
New Concord Free Will Baptist: '
James Paulk Road off Highway 177.
Pastor James Carnley. ,,
New Hope Baptist:,Intersection of
highways 2 and 179A.
New Hope Missionary Baptist Church
(Two Egg), 3996 Wintergreen~ Road,
Greenwood.
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: Highway 177-A
north of Highway 2.
Noma Baptist: Highway 175 north of
Highway 2.
Northside Baptist: Intersection of
Highway 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.
Pinej 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 (Highway 276)
between Cottondale and Alford. Pastor is
Donnie HuStsey.
Sand Hills Baptist: 6758 Highway 77.
Pastor is T. Keith Gann.
Shady Grove Baptist Church,
1955 Highway 177-A, Bonifay. Pastor, Tim
Shumaker
St. John Free Will Baptist: St. Johns
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 Highway 277, three miles south of
Highway 90 in Chipley.
Shlch 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: Highway 177, a
mile south of Highway 2. Pastor is Maurice
Jenkins,
Unity Baptist: 3274 River Road,
Hinson's Crossroads. Pastor is Lindsey
Martin. ,
Vernon First Baptlst, 2888 Church
St., Vernon,
West Bontiay Baptist: 609 W Indiana
Ave.
Lutheran .


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Ministry NEWS


FifSt Freewill Baptist

Gospel sng
BONIFAY Gospel sing featuring
Corner Stone Praise and Worship,
6 p.m. May 2 at First Fre'ewill Baptist
Church of Bonifay, corner of Kansas
and Oklahoma Street. Refreshments
will be offered following the sing.


National Day of Prayer
DEFUNIAK SPRINGS Stand mn the
Gap III is scheduled for Thursday,
May 7, at 6 p.m. at Lake De~uniak in
Delmiak Springs. For more informa-
tion, call 802-4737 or 892-2240.


Lakoviewv Methodist """

GOspel sing .Bible School
Lakeview Methodist Church will Of Noff ISide Baptist
hold aGospel sing on Sunday, May 10, .
starting atl1p.m. Featured singer wiHl PONCE DE LEQN -- Northside Bap-
be Gold Harbor witl1Darlene Chap- tist Church in Ponce de Leon
man. The church is on Highway 279 has scheduled Bible School for
at Pate Pond.Road. July 6-10 from 9 a.m. to noon each
day. This year's theme is Boomerang

Chlpfth Of ChriSt Express.

G0Spel meeting Fish fry fundraliser,
SESTO Esto 'Church of Christ wil Ieetr clau s k HII
Should a gospel meet May 17-21~ with mteyco pato Hi
SCecil M~ay Jr. as guest speaker. Sun- A wdrkday~ and fish fry fundraiser






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Wednesday, May 6, 2009


ObituarieS


BS I Washington County y Times-Advertiser


Survivors include his
wife of 57 years, Wilma
Barrentine of Graceville;
two sons Michael
"Mike" Barrentine of
Tallahassee, Gregory
"Greg"' Barrentine of
Graceville; two brothers
Chalmas Barrentine of
Sneads, Billy Barrentine
of Graceville; eight
grandchildren; two great-
grandchildren and several
nieces, nephews and
cousins.
Services were held
April 28 at the First
Assembly of God Church
in Graceville with the
Revs. John Broome
and Charles Jackson
officiating. Burial
followed in Pilgrim Rest
Cemetery with James &
Lipford Fumeral Home in
Graceville directing.



L. Eat0R
Eaton of Blountville,
Tenn.; a sister, Glenna
Kassem of Bristol; six
grandchildren and two
~great-`grandchildren.
Services were held
May 1. in the funeral home
chapel Hwy 77, Chipley
with the Reys. Eddie
SEaton and Don Quick
officiating. Cremation will
follow under the direction
of Brown FLmeral Home in
Chipley.
In lieu of flowers,
donations may be made to
Florida Baptist Children's
Home, 8415 Buck Lake
Road, Tallahassee, Fl.
32317. Friends and Family
may sign the online
register at www.brownfh.
net



A. Kent
Wiendy Burke and
'husband, James of
,Sneads and Andi Kent
of Dellwood; lifelong
friend, and mother of
his children, Sue Kent of
Dellwood; one brother,
Benjamin Kent, Jr. of
Panama City; three
sisters, Neoqua Finch of
WVausau, Ann Briggs of
Cottondale and Linda
Harris of Alford; three
grandchildren, a'nd many
Friends.
Services were in '
Eastside Ba tist Church

Steve Canada officiatmng.
Burmal foll wed in Sink

James & Sikes Funeral
liome directing.


John Wilmer Curry,
84, of Bonifay died April
23 at Southeast Alabama
Medical Center in Dothan,
Ala. He was born Oct.
29, 1924, in Bonifay to the
late George William and
Elizabeth Nancy Scott
Curry.
In addition to his
parents, he is preceded
in death by two brothers,
Aubra Curry and Ray
Curry; two sisters, Irene
Crews and Muriel Curry.
Survivors include
.his wife, Lady B.gBrown
Curry, of Bonifay; three ~
sons, Larry Curry and
~wife, Rhonda, Lynn
Curry, and John Curry


Jr. and wife, Jeanna,
all of Bonifay; one
daughter, Diane Brown
and husband, Fred, of
Bonifay; two sisters, Sue
Strickland and husband,
Billy, and Marie French,
all of Lake City; nine
grandchildren, 10 great-
grandchildren and one
great-great-grandchild.
Services were held
April 26 at Izagora
Congregational Methodist
Church with the Revs.
Tom Whiddon James Dye
officiating. Interment
followed in the church
cemetery with Peel
Flmeral Home of Bonifay
directing.


Charles, Alice Boston,
Willie Boston, Jake
Boston and wife, Rhonda,
Jeanette McDonald and
husband, James, Mary
Campbell and husband,
Chester, all of Chipley: 52
grandchildren; 59 great-
grpndchildren; 16 great-
great-grandchildren and
many other relatives and
friends.
Services were held
on May 2 at Jerusalem
Baptist Church with the
Revs. Price Wilson, Cleve
Wedderman, Malcom
Nelson and Woodrow
Wilson officiating.
Interruent followed in
the Northside Cemetery
in Chipley with Cooper
Fi~meral Home in charge
of arrangements.



Fisher' of Chipley, Shirley
Gregg of White Springs
and Virginia Proctor of
Tavares; two sisters,
Velma S. Linton and
Wilma S. Linton both of
Crawfordville and several
nieces and nephews,
Services were April 29
at Shady Grove Baptist
Church with Rev. James
Swafford officiating.
Interment followed in the
church cemetery with .
James & Sikes Phneral
Home 1 ~addox Chapel
directing.


.Smith
Calif.; two daughters,
Shirley Hill and husband,
Jim, of Aurora, Colo.,
Linda Sue Johnston and
tiusband, Tom, of Denver,
'Colo.; three sisters,
Jewel McNaughton,
Nettle Cartwright, both
of Greenville, Ala., Betty
Kelley of Prattville, Ala.;
,17 grandchildren, 26 great-
grandchildren and two
great-great-grandchildren.
Services were h Id
April 28 at Pine Hill
Church wth the Rev.

ofii~n. Inem
folowe o te echrchm
deetnet with Peel
Flmneral Home of Bonifay
directing. '


Charles A. Barrentine,
80, of Graceville died April
25 at his home following a
brief illness. He was born
in Cottondale, Dec. 1, 1928
to the late James Allen
and Camellia McGowan
Barrentine. A retired
Staff Sergeant with the
U. S. Air Force following
over 20 years of service.
He and his crew hold
the "longest record of
staying aloft in a C-130."
Barrentine also retired
as a cottage parent with
Sunland Training Center
in Marianna following 15
years. He was a member
of the First Assembly of
God Church in Graceville.
He is preceded in '
death by his parents;
three children, Jerry,
Steve and Karen; two
sisters and two brothers.



BUddy
Buddy L. Eaton, 62,
.of Vernon died April 28
at his home. A native of
Bristol, Tenn., he was
resident of Vernon for
the past 25 years after
coming from Orlando. He '
was a U.S. Army veteran
of Vietnam, serving as a
medic. He was a member
of the VEFW. Vernon Post
and was of the Protestant
faith.
Survivors include his
wife, Wanda L. Eaton, of
Vernon; one son, Buddy
Edward and wife, Diane '
Eaton, of Westville;
one daughter, Tina and
husband, Briuce Locklear,
of Vernon, his mother,
Willidean Eatoil of Bristol,
Tenn.; a brother; Dennis




Jerry i
Jerry Allen Kent, 61,
of Alford, died April 26 in
Washington County. He
was a native and lifelong
resident of Alford, served
in the US Army jfor two
years and was' stationed
in Germany. He retired
as ofner-operator' of
Kent's Cabinet Shop
with more than 25
years of service to the
community.
SHe is preceded its
death by his parents,
Benjamin and Marie
Knt; daughterBruanhdy

Tristen Sims.

three r ohtrist B ngie
K. Sims and husband,
Anthony of Marianna


Lena Boston, 90, of
Chipley died April 26
at her home. She was
a native of Cottondale
but lived in Washington
County most of her life.
She was a homemaker
and a member of the
Jerusalem Baptist Church
in Chipley.
Her husband, Henry;
three sons, Frank,
Thomas and Donald Lee
and a daughter, Viola
Wright, preceded her in
death.
Survivors include
her children, Norman
Boston and ivife, Vanna,
James Boston and wife,
Mlinnie, Fannie Wilson
and husband, the Rev.
Price Wiilson, Pearl -
McDohald and husband,


HOeZ L.
Inez L. Gregg, 98, .
of the Shady Grove
community died April 26,
in Marianna. '
A life long resident of
Jackson Corinty, she was
a former employee of
Quincy Cigar Company
and a member of.Shady
Grove Baptist Church.
SShe was preceded in
death by her husband,
Albert L. Gregg.
Survivors include one
step-son, Doyle Gi'egg
of Greenville, SC; three
step-daughters, Carlos


Eula L,
Eula Lee Smith, 92, of
Bonifay died April 24 at
Doctors Memorial Hospital
in Bonifay. She was born
.Aug. 9, 1916, in Georgiana,
Ala. to the late George
W. and Rosa~boutwell
Herring.
JIi? addition to her .
parents, her41usband,
Henry Leamon Smith, and
one daughter, Iva Smith,
precede her in death,
Survivors include five
sons, Wendell Smith and


oa eth and wie oee
Roy Smith and wife

Linda, ~of Thousand Oalm,


Ednal M. Hughes
Edna Maxine West Leonia; three sisters and
Hughes, 68, of Geneva, brothers-in-law, Mary and
Ala. died April 27. Dixion Lee, Catherine and
She was born Aug. 18, Cliff Snuggs and Sharon
1940, in Point Washington and Jimmy Howell, all
to the late Charlie of Geneva; one brother,
Adositie and Vada Barton Jimmy (Cheryl) West,
West;. She-was assistant Bonifay; one grandchild
manager of Bill's Dollar and several nieces,
Store in Geneva for fifteen nephews, other extended
years and was a member family and friends.
of Mt. Olive Assembly God Servrices were April 29
Church for many years. at Mt. Olive Assembly of
In addition to her God Church in Holmes
parents, a brother, County with the Revs.
Charles Hubprt West, Thomas Ealum, Cloys
preceded her in death. Joiner and Charles
Survivors include Pettis officiating. Burial
her husband, Charlie will follow in the church
E Hughes of,Gerieva; cemetery with Sorrells
on'e daughter, Kim and Fkmeral Home of Geneva
husband, Will Smith, directing.


Ruby Hood Pennington,
99, of Ponce de Leon died
April 24 at her home. She
was born August 4, 1909
in Westville to the late
Charles Dana and Amanda
Arnold Hood. -
In addition to her
parents, she is preceded
in death by her husband,
Henry Grady Pennington;
one son-in-law, Charles
Brooks; one great-
granddaughter, Abigail
Mattox; six brothers,
Curtis Wade, Howard
Hood, David Crockett
Hood, John Randolph
Hood, Kimmie Hood,
Wilbur Glenn Hood; three
sisters, Annie Lee Wade,
Geraldine Hood Guntner-
Ann B soo Whulham!
one brother, Charles
Pennington and wife,


Carolyn, of Panarpa City;
four sisters, Lavelle
,Brooks of Ponce de
Leon, Pauline Luechauer
and husband, Dan of
Hollywood, Grady Sue
Williams and husband,
Buford, of Chipley,
Glendine Haneline
arid husband, Don,
of Jacksonville; 10
grandchildren, 17 great-
grandchildren and two
great-great-grandchildren.
Services were held
April 28, at Northside
Baptist Church in Ponce
de Leon with the Revs.
Kenneth Harrison, Dan
Padgett, Buford Williams
and Calvert Wallace
officiating. Interment
followed in the Ptince de

Peel Flmneral Home of
Bonifay directing.


heri death.
ShS was s ried by
Cathy Soto of Chipley,
Rose Areas of Greensboro
and Vada Lamb of Alba,
Ala.; 11 grandchildren and
10 great-grandchildren.
Memorialization by
cremation was arranged
by Peel F~eral Honrie of
Bonifayr.


WNoodbury
Meade, Timothy Greg
Keister and fianc6,
VaLena, of New Hope; ,
one brother; Wayne
Wilson of Plant City; a
sister; Shirley Johnson of
Dover; 15 grandchildI-en
and seven great a
grandchildren.
Memorialization
by cremation under
the direction of Brown .
011neral Home in Chipley
will be followed by private
memorial services at a
later date. Sign online
register at brownfh.net.


in rural Washington
County. She was born July
18, 1929, in Johnstown,
Penn. She served as
a.nurse in the United
States Navy and was a
homemaker.
Her parents, Chick and
Vada Custard, preceded


Sharon K. ~
Sharon Kay Woodbury,
67, of New Hope, died
April 26 at Doctors
Memorial Hospital in
Bonifay. A native of
Tampa, she had.been a ~
resideiht of New Hope
for the past 23 years.
She was a homemaker -
and member of Live Oak
Baptist Church.
Survivors include:
three sons, Charles Earl
Longieliere and` wife,
Jenny, of Daryl, Ga.,
Michael Lloyd Keister
and wife, Kelly, of Fort


Gertrxide Albritton
Skinner, 91, died April
23. One of nine children,
she grew up in rural
Washington County and
lived most of her adillt
life in Fadette Ala. raisirig
h'er family and helping
on the family farm. After
her husband retired from
farming she worked at the
Dothan Nursing Home for
12 years. *
Her husband of 53
years, Clyde D. Skinner,
and two sons, James Alan
and Charles Earl Skinner
preceded her in death.
Survivors include three
daughters, Dorothy Wisler
and husband, Charlie,
of Graceville, Judy
Williamson and husband,


Mike, of Panama City
Beach, Lisa Marie Crosby
and husband, Sam, of
Jacksonville; three sons,
Wayne Skinner and wife,
Carolyn, of Fadette, Floyd
Skinner and wife, Gloria,
of Panama City Beach,
William Skinner and
wife, Teresa, of Dothan,
Ala.; a brother, Robert i
Albritton of Cottondale;
11 grandchildren, 19
great-grandchildren; eight
great-great-grandchildren
and many nieces and
nephews.
Services were held
April 25 at Mount Calvary
.Baptist Church in Fadette.
Williams Ph~neral Home of
Graceville was in charge
of arrangements.


Miary Francis Landers
84, of Westville died April
29. She was born Sept.
27, 1924, in Dale County,
.Ala. to the late Columbus
William Gordon and
Mellie Whitener. Her
favorite past time was
fishing and working in
her garden. She was
a very loving mother,
grandmother and great-
grandmother.
In addition to her
parents, her husband,
James Lavillon Landers,
and a son, Kenneth
Jefferson Landers,
preceded her in death.
Survivors include
three sons, Jimmie and


wife Ann Landers, Tim
Landers and Ted Landers
and two daughters,
Gencie Commander
and Margaret Landers,
all of Westville; five
grandchildren; six great-
grandchildren and other
extended family and
friends.
Service was held '
Mlay, 2 in the funeral
home chapel with the
Rev. Kenneth Bradley
officiating. Burial
followed in the Hickory
Hill Baptist Church
Cemetery in Holmes
County with Sorrells
Flmeral Home of Geneva
directing.


Sheryrl Lynn White,
49, of Dothan, formerly of
Cottondale died April 29 at
her hdme. She was born
in. Panama City FCeb. 10,
1960, to the late Horace
and Arlene Christmas
Gay. She lived in Arcadia
for several years before
returning to-Cottondale.
Sheryl loved animals and
was an inspiration to all;
especially to her: dad as
together they received
their high school diplomas.
In addition to her
parents, her grandparents,
Willie and Jennie
(Benefield) Gay and Ellis
H. and Mattie (Burke)
Christmas she was
preceded in death.
Survivors include her


husband, James Allen
White, of Dothan; two
Daughters, Kimberly
"Kim" Hamilton of Taylor,
Ala. and Kacie Conner of
Dothan; a stepdaughter,
Brooke Lunseth of Dothan;
two sisters, Cindy Sloan
of Panama City and Vickie
Brogdon of Cottondale;
four grandchildren;
several aunts, uncles,
nieces, nephews, cousins
and friends. .
Services were May 2
at Piney Grove Baptist
Church with Rev. Ellis
"Hamp" Christmas
officiating. Burial
followed in the church
cemetery with James &
Lipford Phneral Home in
Grdeeville directing.


Frank E. Wilkrins, 69,
of Caryville died April 29
at the Northwest Florida
Community Hospital
in Chipley. He lived in
Caryville since 2002
moving from Kissimmee.
He was retired from
the local union 803 as
a heating and cooling
technician. .
,Survivors include
three sons, Dean Wilkins
and wife, Lorrie, of
Chipley, Scott Wilkrins
of St. Cloud and Mark
Wilkrins of Kissimmee;


one daughter, Dania
Timmons of Kissimmee;
two brothers, Joe Egolf
of Melbourne and Chuck
Egolf of California;
one sister, Debbie of
Melbourne; seven
grandchildren and one
great-grandchild.
Service was May
3, in Oceola Memory
Gardens Flmeral Home
with the Rev. Billy Rigsby
officiating. Burial followed
in Pleasant Hill Cemetery
with Obert Flmeral Home
of Chipley directing.


Ralph Edward Taylor,
60, of Bonifay died April
23 at Shands at University
of Florida in Gainesville.
He was born June 6,
1948, in Bonifay to the
late Malcolm and Idella
Barentin Taylor.
In addition to his
parents, one brother,
Lewis Taylor, and one
sister, Bonnie Lee,
precede him in death,
He is survived by
his wife, Marilyn Joyce -
Sasnett Taylor, of Bonifay;
one son, Justin Wade
Taylor and wife, Krista, of
Lakeland; three sisters,
Lavern Gilley of Bonifay,


Carolyn Bradshaw and
husband, Royce, of
Hartford, Ala., Joyce Moss
and husband, Ernest,
of Panama City; two
brothers, Harold Dean
Taylor and wife, Marie,
and Eugene Taylor and
wife, Betty, all of Bonifay.
Services were held
April 27 at New Smyrna
Assembly of God Church
with the Revs. Josh
Garner, Mike White
and Michael Tadlock
officiating. Interment
followed in the Union Hill
Baptist Church Cemetery
with Peel Flmeral Home
of Bonifay directing.


John W. Curry


Charles A. Borrentine


Leno Boston


RUby Pennington


Verna M. Tedrow


G0fifUde Skinner


Mary F. Londert


Sheryl L. White


.F nk. E. Wilkin


Ral h E. To lor


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of the Shaddai Temple in
Panama City. He was a
lifetime member of the
American Legion and
the Veterans of Foreign
Wars and was the oldest
member of the Bonifay
Hunting and Fishing Club.
Lloyd was preceded
in death by his parents
and one sister, Hazel Paul
Presnell.
He is survived by his
wife of 66 years, Virginia
Drummond Paul; two -
sons, Peter Lloyd Paul
III and wife, Joanna
Patterson, of Pensacola
and Addisoni Drummond
Paul and wife, Melissa


Parker, of Enterprise,
Ala.; one grandson and a
host of friends.
Services were held
.Maylat the First United
Methodist Church of
Bonifay. Burial followed
in the Bonifay Memorial
Cemetery with Peel
Flmeral Home directing.
In lieu of flowers,
contributions may
be made to Covenant
Hospice, 4440 Lafayette
Street, Suite C, Mlarianna,
Florida 32446, or The First
United Methodist Church,
202 North Oklahoma
Street, Bonifay, Florida
32425.


Florence Chambliss
Green, 66, of Graceville
died April 24 at the home of
her daughter following an
extended illness. She was
born Nov. 4, 1942, to the
late Zed Melvin and Mattie
Lee Fears Chambliss.
A native and life long
resident of Jackson
County, she was a retired
seamstress with Vanity
Fair Mills and worked as
a caregiver for the past
several years.'
Her parents, two
brothers and two sisters
precede her in death.
Survivors include her


children, David Green
of Dothan, Ala., Kenneth
Green, Kimberly Green
Cobb, both of Graceville
and Robert Green of
USAF, Hawaii; five
brothers, two sisters, eight
grandchildren, three great-
grandchildren, numerous
nieces and nephews.
Service was April 27
at New Hope Assemblyj
of God Church with the
Revs. Marrell Turvin and
Johnny Shepard officiating.
Burial followed in church
cemetery with James &
Ligiford Flmeral Home in
Graceville directing.


Peter.Lloyd Paul, Jr.,
92, of Bonifay died April
28 at his home following
a brief illness. He was
born April 16, 1917, in the
Prosperity community to
the late Peter Lloyd and
Nelle Bullard Paul. Lloyd
grew up in his father's
turpentmne business. In
1941 he moved to Bonifay
and he married Virginia
Drummond Paul April 25,
1943. He proudly served
his country in World War
II in France and Germany.
Following his return
from the war, Lloyd was
employed by the Bank
of Bonifay. He once


again served his country
during the Korean
Conflict. Upon his return
in 1952 he bought the
Holmes County Furniture
Company from John
Kirkland and sold the
business in 1988.
He was an active
member of the First
United Methodist Church
of Bonifay. He was the last
living charter member of
the Bonifay Kiwanis Club.
In 2001, the Kiwanis Club
honored Lloyd as Bonifay
Man of the Year.
He was a mason of
the Ester Lodge #144 in
Bonifay and was a Shriner


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Community

EVENTS


Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement's watch
the bots is May 8
Come and join us for
Bat Night at the Panhan-
dle Pioneer Settlement on
May 8, at 6:30 p.m.
Bring your lawn chairs
and help us count the bats
as they come out of their
house for their nightly
feeding. It is a very un-
usual site.
Adults -and children
alike will enjoy this edu-
cational event. Ice cream,
other refreshments' and
bat houses will be avail-
able for a donation. There
will also be a free movie.
Bring .blankets -or lawn
chairs and come and enjoy
the evening.
The Panhandle Pioneer
Sentleme taisoi emml A
west of the intersection of
SHwy 71 and Hwy 20. For
more information, contact
the Settlement at 674-2777
For. directions and in-
formation on the historic
buildings at the Settlement
go to: www.ppmuseum.org

New Hope School
reunion to be held
May 30
NEW HOPE New Hope
School will hold its 17th
school reunion on May 30
at the New Hope Volun-
teer Fire Department at
the Hwy 2 and Geneva/
Westville Road crossing in
Holmes Cournty.


eue oihlukc aat n end
dish, tea or cold drinks.
Paper goods and utensils
will be furnished. All fo -
mer students are invited
to attend.
For more information,
call Posie Vaughn, 956-
6882;Gord arlHuhg ns,
son, 956-4537.

Covenant Hospice
OHROUHcOS GardOH
Gala event
MARIANNA Co~venant
Hospice will hold its 4th
Annual Garden Gala from
6 p.m. to ~9 p.m. June 27
at the National Guard Ar-
mory, 3645 Hwy 90 West in
Marianna.
Hosted by WJHG's
Neysa Wilkins, the eve-
ning will include dinner
and dancing, silent and
live auctions, exhibits and
tasting plus much more. ~
The Silent auction and
hors d'oeuvres start at 6
pm.m
Tickets are $40 each or
$75 per couple. All pro-
ceeds will go to support un-
der-funded and' non-reim-
bursed special programs
at Covenant Hospice. .
For more information
about the event or spon-
sorship opportunities,
contact Jennifer Griffin at
850-482-8520, 850-209-0221
or via email at jennifer.
griffin@covenanthospice.
org.
Also, visit our website
at www.covenanthospice .
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.the SW quarter of Section fault will be entered Washington County, Flor- with the Clerk of this Court, FRANK A. BAKER, ESQ. non-profits or units of gov- struction Manager's office.
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11701 Found to the mean high water line Coordinator at 1293 Jack- (S) -IN POSSESSION OF being a suit for foreclosure CAN RECOVERY AND RE- apply. packages from Construc-
of Wages Pond; thence son Avenue, Chipley, FL THE SUBJECT PROP- of mortgage against the INVESTMENT ACT OF Request for funds must be tion Manager. To My Mom, Linda
easterly along mean high 32428 or Telephone ERTY are defendants. I will following described prop- 00(AR)FRTEsubmitted no later than Request may be sent to Reynolds
water line, 115.00 feet, Volce/TDD (904) 763-9061 sell to the highest and best erty, to wit: EMERGENCY FOOD AND May 14 2009u @o 4:00 pt.Kytlgcotatr~ hanks frbigawn
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT deg 16 min 26 sec W, VyfNESS my hand and FRONT STEPS OF SUNNY HILLS UNIT SIX, A BADPORM funds will be used to: MINORITY AND LOCAL for all you do.
FOR WASHINGTON 205.00 feet, more or less, the seel of this Court this COURTHOUSE at the SUBDIVISION ACCORD- j~sigo onyhsJanice Richards, Executive BUSINESS PRIIA ap ohrsdy
COUNTY, FLORIDA to the Point of Beginning. 16 day of April, 2009. Washington County Court- ING TO ,THE PLATbeein chosn to receive Secretary TION: Love you,
CASE NO.67-09-CA-078 Together with 2005 CMH, Linda Hayes Cook house In Chipley, Florida, TEOF AS R-$6,703 to supeetTri-County ComntMnrybsnesadl-Jh
DOROTHY L. CLARK, Rivenvood, 28x52 double As Clerk of the Court at 11:00 a.m. on the 3 day CORDED IN PLAT BOOK Emer Food nd Council, Inc. `cal participation is en-
and others, wide manufactured home, By K. McDaniel of June, 2009, the follow- 12, PAGES 60 THROUGH Shl ecyrm n h ,. Box 1210 courage for this Project.,
Plintiffs, Serial Nos: As Deputy Clerk Ing described property as 76, OF THE PUBLIC REC- county. Th e funds have 30 Nreth Oklhoas dietQUESTIONS:
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CREAMER, JR. on the property. 29, & May 6, 2009. LAND REFERRED TO IN A/K/A cover and Reinvestment Forinformeatio contac ficaion to97 Krstal Joliet
Defendant.- has been filed against you ECRUTORTTHIS COMMITMENT IS IUNIT 6 LOT 22 BLK 411 Ato20 AR) id e t(5)(5)7937 x.29
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1BR Apartment in 3BR/2BA House for rent. 2&3BR Trailer forrent. Call Nice 2BR MH. CH/A, utility
Chipley. Good location. No pets. Application 548-5548. Room, covered porches.
No pets. 638-4640. needed. Call 638-1918. 3B/B 47 oie moke free environment
BR 1%B tw- 8ory 9Ap Publisher'S hm lcte din hi~pl y, am t .559672

Garage 585 .ent, 1BR. All real e tate advertising in 2 -20959 rk Poe L sconl 2 3-
$395 Amonth, $200 de- this newspaper is subject to 3BR/1BA, 3/4 mile from sonable rent 850-535-2680
posit. 850-532-5195. the FairHousing Actwhich Bonifay Elem School. On or 850-849-5068
LARG 3BR1BA rt- makes it illegal to advertise Hwy 177A. Call 547-3746.
ap "ny refeenc, liitaion . .. Transmitter Mobile Home
ment over 960 sq. ft. $60, or discrimination based on Bnfy OU / ak nTasitrRi
S/D $400. Downtown Chip- race, color, religion, sex, mth free w/$250 security Panama City 850-960-0619

er do, ct ae s wr, a nto ak ans cpf I85-939 o AB 5 nk ill 56H Ao5 P
garbage. Sorry no pets or ere ce, limitai o dia s """""" S.23 B nt o et
HUD. 850-638-3306. icuephlrnndrte For Rent 3BR, 2BA Dou- starting @ $350 per mo
age of18 living with parents blewide. in Bonifay. No For info call 260-3026 o
or legal custodians, preg- Pets, Call cell # 850-527-0336
nant women and people se- 850-373-8938
8140 curing custody of children Vernon 2BR Mobile
2BR/2BA House for rent in under 18. For Rent. Nice 3BR/2 Full Home, workshop, 2 fish-
Chipley. Two story with Baths. Nice yard, all elec- ing ponds, private drie.
basement on Blue Lake. 6 This newspaper will not trc. No pets.Justoff Brick- Call 850-535-2680 or
Acre lad. Rntsfor knowingly accept any ad- yaid Rd, Chipley. 850-849-5068
$00 pe rmonthp wth ae3c rsi voaton f the ,0681 o
Ready for immediate occu- informed that all dwellings mobile homes in Bonifay.
pancy.Pogressive Reahlty lde~ein ls 5wpa- Call 8 5a47-3 A singl
2BR/1BA House forrent. plain of discrimination call wide, mobile home, north
Hwy 77South, 3 miles off HUD toll free Tat o oiacutystig
Houstonllfe Rd Cll63-158r for the $350. month. Call
for irfo. haig ipie is 850-547-3969 or
3BR/1BA Farm House in 1-1800 927 9275. 850-547-9196 7100 -Homes
the country near Vemon, toil om o et 7110 -Bach Home/
FLMoil Home rabg rent;n Property
FL. ree 60 garbage, & aw 2BR/2BA, water/sewer and 7120 Commercial
clare~u~d6 Saorh$30wnesae~rv eV rnished.3 710Cndo anhohusse
3BR/2BA Large Country R16 0-2-9 Motil Hoests
mOntehin3 R1A$i Oha 850-638-7315. fr -in e tmet
City of Cottondale. $500/ 6170 Mobile Homes in Cot- Propert
month Depoit & 2 BR Mobile Home. tondale on Sapp Rd, 8 mi- 7190 o t-DftOW
reference required. Furnished, Clean, CH/A. les E.of Chipley. 3br,2ba, 7200 -Timeshare
850-579-4317. carport, 2 decks, nice & 2br, 2ba, avail. Total
3BR/1BA House in Chip- eep s odt Cl plus009 el5c0 488847
e6y0 Hmonh Gclud 2BR Mobile Home for www.charloscountryliv- 7100
posit. No pets. rent. Water and sewer in- nco
850-814-2625 eluded. Behind Falling Wa-
3BR/2BA Doll House in 85e 72 85 65-05 o ET ESC U TR E LT
Chipley. Newly renovatedUntd BTIL.LAROE
kitchen & bathroom floors.' 2BR Mobile Home, good OilTTry Florida & Albama)
Stove & refrigerator in- location in Chipley. No 205 E. North Ave., Bonifay, Florida 32425
ckided. Call 547-3746. Pets. 850-638-4640. 1 850) 547-35 10
Bonifay, 2BR/1BA House. 2BR/1%BA Large Traller LO IN SOOMB ALt9900--H UA (1N RI 2 DELNG MNEN
Some pets ok. $280 Ifurnished. Oiat side city REDUE GRERD C $ 16 ,0 0 23 BOE ORFCE BILI NG OUNE
month plus depose., limits. Smoke free environ- 9 900--5 ACRES 4 BR I BARICK P00 SHOP P 2 -BR2A
ttondeCI A. Som a tA re .th Nous $30de oit0 0C~~TH~BE 5OIN OF
ok. $375 month plus de- 638-1272. AR EFISH1+ C3 RS2AOEOS NHW
posi. 68-755. 2BR/2BA 16' Wide on E5CD 990- BR 2.5 BA NEWER HOME DWL- 0- ACRE
For Rent.3BR/1BA Frame large lot in country in AC~SWW 2@ 0 2~o42A+ ES AIN ID10FRN D(E
H use. cwpeaint & refng gn Washingteon Countym New L4 ,00-- EZR BHM ~)ECEDt590
area. $325 amolith. Call $300 .deposit. WE GET RESUITS NAITIONAl MIS
850-259-9113. 850-918-7876 or 535-0665.


I~q a 1 3220 | 1 3300 | | 4100 |
7-pc Sleigh Bedoom Set. Myanted To Buy. Used 3
NEW, $699. Delivery avail- wheel bicycle. Call
able. 850-222-7783 638-4197. General '
B&BI82 Fumifture 1342 Nort Handy-Man needed. Must


Good Home CaoLESSONS AVAILABLE: aon fpouto.
2120 Pet Supplies Pasco of Crlyn Liie pc.Pao u.Must be able to pass drug
213 Ilimas/ KING Size Bdrm Set. 7pc tar, Bass Drums, Banjo, test and background
2140 Pts/Li~vestock Solid wood dovetailed Mandolin, Violin, Flute. screening. Call
Wanted drawers. New still in Open Mon-Sat. 850-596-0218
boxes. Worth $4k give Covington Music.
aay $1 4 Can deliver: Do ntO50 Chipley
2130 QUEEN PILLOWTOP mat-
tress & box; $169. NSW. cc- HealthCare
Manufacturer wrapped, '
For Sale: Ducks, geese, full warranty. ~c Butterfly Rehab~ltation
chickens and guineas. For 850-222-7783. Delivery A leading provider of
information call available Rehabilitation Therapy
850-547-3129 or cell # Programs has
850-415-2998. 1 c~~L-- I~h e ~ per diem opportunities
available for Physical
3230 1 ~ and .


| 4100 i
Healthcare
Massage Therapist posi-
ig ui aes i hple to
95-82- rsume to


4100
Want to sell or buy Avon?
Call 850-638-2965 or
che, I ma kvn al s
person


| 4130 |
Other
Mystery Shoppers, get
paid to shopl Retail/dining
allah pt ned ln


-th rdda & Satur ay, be 4 Iwaoyen PT8O sitn
hind Armory. (Bonifay). Infonhation in our Bonifay Facility. Euality cusome $150.a day
ai k, dCs chair, lawn F -8 0 CIn )5313.
dishes, what-knots 410E-al
much stuff to list! YA'L F 0 I ehab iltati4698@bell- ,
COME. Administrative south.net
Carport Sale. Several
Families. Thurs & Fri, May ('I-TiConCounyCmmun ity II I'.
3100 -Antiques 7th & th, 8am-until. 177A, .Council, Inc. I
3110 Appliances 3% miles to Linwood Cr., is accepting
3120 -Arts & Crafts tum right. Follow signs to I' applications for a
30A ctitness o10 tBu TreadwellRd. foFacaldsltn I HealthCare
ulildBuings~upls from baby to adult. Bon~itay. Interim Healthcare eo s~nI
3170 -C I ecmi es Inside Yard Sale, Satur- SUMMARY OF Opehng rm neth h as
310Coemtpucrs d y, Ma ke, riCusnh DUTIES: Alford and Caryville' 0130 Coqdogownhouse
3200 Fitreoodc Seat. e, compS Wuterh moi Perform~ gerieral office & areal 6140 House Rentals
3210- Fireeo Pass it O o s, flower e aragmentsI accounting duties; .I We are also looking for Rs oommile Wanted
3220 Furniture mosfowre 9ra~m ntil It assist 11scal personnel CNA's in the Sunny HillS 6170 M e ome/Lorat
n24 h Gu s ta LabsFaMakt na aaso air I f interest d please call al01umeos j3e Rot is
I20-Hath & itns Salvage Yrd.8 oenhurs II department. 80427 20Vcto~nas
3280 Machinery/ 8-12. Hwy. 79 Esto, FL. QU IFCTOS436thA.,
Equipment Name-brand clothes for I H~gh School diploma 1 Marianna, FL. 32446. Jeir
s29 Meaequ inent whole family for less. Lotsl g '(G~ED); and 1 year I I 6100
3310 Musical Instmuments other items. 850-263-0161 relte exeine Executive Office Space
3320 Plants & Shrubs/ ut-aiyYr ae for rent downtown Chipley
Supplies Frdy a t n au-I RQIEET:1All util. incl'd 638-1918
o30- et urant/o el Frday, May 9th Loated Satu Current driver'slicense 5l Sales/Business Dev
3350 Ticktets (Buy &Sell) 1552 Highway 177, ap- II andopr vhcle. 1 -
Breornhatemy mlelsouth of MursI be wviling1 to SaleSperson
Ie comply wlln New, exciting radio station | 6 110
7adSaae bFridaS, May Dackigdr nbasec .ng is looking for n aggres II BEST RATES IN BONI-
310building #12, besides I vated salesperson. High 602 S. Weks St. Effi-
Movie Gallery Apgljlcationit may be commissions, monthly bo- 1br and 2
Wanted To Buy antiques, I obtained from any nus opportunity. Work ci 50 $4m/dmonh
~~dinnerwar:A eElctos I~gmn ierof 1n F Coucl ffceaC anunk Om0 ho anEu ly.upCa cit utilw O pest ccmtmi
paintings, call AI Schmidt 1I~i havie a f~nd raiser Il mitted by Mondliy, May Randy (478) 972-9448 remodl. ed w s Cawll:
850-638-7304 ln Mhnay 7th & 1h8 .1 2 0,t43pm (850)557-7732 .
WNeeks St. Bondfay. an appl~callon,
L I I I I call STIaron Kent.
Yard Sale. Sat May 2nd. 1 Admenestrahve Manager ANNOUNCEMENTS
o o5 jO orange lRd. I~ 850 5r7-3689
I azz Ifro I~ucessub I will SAVE $$$ on Advertising! Run
I pre-emplo mentdru9 I your classified ad "in over 100
r -328 1Only qualfied `IFlorida newspapers reaching over
18,000 BTU Air I To acAFL.E Pdi aplntswidlbe 4 MiLLION readers for $475 that
Wind ~ ~ 'll nni n~et o r s ent I QAOPRUIYI is leSs than $4 per newspaper. Call
We put in central air. $300 Dozers. Loaders I EMPLOYER AND DRUG I this newspaper or (866)742-1373 for
Call Heidi 850-547-3052: lExcavators Forrestry, ANSIOEFRE
1; Contact 1WORKPLACE. more details or visit: www.florida-
Ilcagliscagi euip- 5.... .
,..'ment~co 1 classifieds.com.
~cl 850-449-13 General
3220 hstyope~nnfor AUTO DONATIONS .
$49 -1036Miranoo ig Schor dpoma o
a~~ovn cha rCcamrenver 0 GaEb reoq red. Mthbe DONATE YOUR VEHICLE RECEIVE
sun -in crate, never used. References available. Also Public and have $1000 GROCERY COUPON UNITED
Can deliver 850-545-7112. available to clean houses. proficient computer B~ S A C R FU D TO
More info, 415-6636 skills.BRAT C N E FO DTIN
STEEL IIApp ,ation"s,_~ybpmce atyb Free Mammograms, Breast Cancer
A. ER EHEstSOF & gny 5 63xS, 301N rd tree, lIf0 Www.ubcf.info FREE Towing,
muatst sieiel $800. New n 40x62, 45x86, 80x150 Bonifay, Florida. Tax Deductible, Non-Runners
85 -451 t7 De wa e Stln Mory Appln ados b seumesvda Accepted, (888)468-5964,
avail. De e l x88 May 8, 29 14 30 RM.
BUILDING SUPPLIES

METAL ROOFING. 40 yr Warranty-
Buy direct from manufacturer 30/
colors in stock, w/all accessories.
Quiick turn around. Delivery available.
IIGulf Coast Supply & Mfg, (888)393-
0335 www.GulfCoastSupply.com

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES


chevyis jeeps! for listings (800)366-
9813 ext 9499 -

1998 H-onda Accord only $860. 2001
Toyota Camry only $1200. 1995
Honda Civic only $570. Buy Police
Impounds! For Listings (800)382-
6313 ext. A799.

HEALTH

ONLINE PHARMACY Buy Soma,
Ultram, Fiorice~t,' Prozac, Buspar
$71.99/90 $1 07/1 80 Quantities,
PRICE INCLUDES PRESCRIPTION!
Over 200 Meds $25Coupon Mention
Offer:#91A3i. (888)389 0461. tri-
drugstore.com

HELP WANTED .

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College? Travel and Have Fun w/
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No Experience Necessary. 2wks Paid
Training. Lodging, Transportation
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$600 Weekly Potential$$$ Helping
the government PT. No Experience.
No Selling. Call: (888)213-5225 Ad
Code: M .

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4bd 2ba only $318/mo! 3bd 2ba only
$270/mo! 3bd 2ba only $199/mo! Buy
Foreclosures! Stop Renting! 5%dn,
20yrs @ 8.5%APR! For Property
Listings (800)935-3541 ext. 1328.

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(850) 638-0212


HOLMES COUNTY

TIMES-ADVERTISER

(850) 547-9414


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(888)349-5387.

REAL ESTATE

Coastal GA Gem: One Day Sale
- May 16th. Gated Golf/Waterfront
Community between Savannah
and St. Simons Island. Loaded
with amenities.True 'Ocean Access:
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Lake Access 4.5+ AC only $54,900
Beautiful oaks, great location, ready
to build. Owner financing. Call
Owner (866)352-2249

Lake Lot Deedback! 3.3 AC- $18,200
FREE BOAT SLIPS! (was $34,900)
Back on mkt for balance owed!
Hardwood lot w/ deeded access to
private lake, pavillion & free boat
slips. Country rd frontage, utilities,
warranty deed. Excellent financing.
Must see, call now (888)792-5253,
x2288

PRIVATE LAND HOLDINGS
being liquidated by national
timber co. at below cost. www.
timberlandliquidators.com

Golf-Lake living in Tennessee.
Finished 3 bedroom villas $139,900!
Golf-Front parcels Only $29,900
w/40% Discount at May 16th Sale.
Call Tennessean Land Sales today-
(888)939-9099.

STEEL BUILDINGS

" BU L D IN G
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30X40 $8,990. 35X(50 $10,800.
40X60 $13,990. 50X100 $27,900.
OTHERS! (800)668-5422. Pioneer
Steel Manufacturers, since 1980.







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CARS FOR SALE

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96 Honda i''ivic $500! 97 Toyota
Camry $700! 97 VW Passat $500!
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HOMES FOR RENT






S12B Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser Wednesday, May 6, 2009


Chipley, 2/3BR, 2BA ,like
brand new, beautiful lot
w/pond on 3 acres. Only
45 mins. to Panama City
Beach. Owner may finance
or give $15,000 cash back,
$139,900. OBO. Lowered
50K. (314) 346-3303.

3 Homes in Chipley for
sale. Reasonably priced.
Call for details, 547-2091.

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HIGHLANDERS
SEQUgOIAS
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SAll Prices anti Discounts After Any Factory Rebaite, Plus Tax arid Tag. Subject to Presale.


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(850) 638-0212

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(850) 547-9414


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1995 Toyota Avalon, high 2005 Honda Road/Street 14 foot thick aluminum 36 foot Damon Intruder
miles. $1000. Also, 1995 Shadow Spirit Motorcycle. v bow boat. Holds upto 25 low miles, many extras,
Toyota Camry. Wrecked' $5,000. Can been seen at HP motor Good condition, original cost. $203,000.
good parts car. $600, Community South Credit $350.00. 850 548-5555 or now $30,000. due to ill-
OBO. 850-535-9125. Union, 1044 Hwy 90 E., leave message ness. 850-535-2680 or
Chiple, Fl.850-849-5068
Chpey I
1997 37FT Holiday Ram-
S 8130 FOR SALE. 2002 Suzuki bler Motor Home. Diesel
GSX R-1000. After market 8240 pusher. Super slide. Lots
1977 Chevy paint job. Minor scratches. of extras. $35,000.
Ad Copy 350motor, work Mileage, 12,900. Price. For Sale. 20HP Seaking, 850-547-5228.
horse, shows age, but $5,500. 850-258-0096 20 HP Mercury, 25 HP
solid, asking $700. Call 2007 Artic Cat 700 EFL. Johnson, 9.5 Evinrude, 13'
850 326-28084or326-2087 Snorkeied with gorilla Gheehnoe Boat & Motor
axles. 27" wheels with ga- Trailor. 850 260 5501.
t"r '.oz2e fo a feua cuch it. RadA ror movd COMPLETE PACKAGES
value. 263-3259 or Price, $5,500. Call (850) FROM
32-4 e:87 isa 258-0096 for more info | 8330 I 4,995

pi:ku wtih too bx n d9 Cos Con untr u.M o2 AllWelded, Al Aklmumim
truck, $1,200.00 8210 nice, low mileage. Looks B0818
850-547-2563 great. Everything works. DOA 01.. t
2002Pola 17f, FG CCLarge generator. $5,500, "
, Flats Boat. 90HP Yamaha. sell or trade. FRI. &i SAT.
801b troll mtr. Calv trailer. 95 Ford Custom Van. BoiaFord
| 8160 $8000 NADA. Must sell. N Eice, runs good. $3,000. oia lrd
200 Kaasai KR 60,Sacrifice $6000. 89 Ford Probe. Looks www xtremeindustries.com
Sk miles,, dual-purpose. 850-638-0560 or great, runs good. $1,500.
$3k firm. Call 260-2813 352-284-2338. Call 415-7192.
fore 3 m. Very nice


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TA Ward Motor Company
SALE to"Expect the Best and Get It"
1301 West Maple Ave. Geneva, AL
334-684-3646

SMonday Friday 8 am 5 pm * Saturday 8 am 12




SFord Certified Aultomatic and Manual Transmission Technician On Duty.
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For Sale. 3BR/2BA Home. ,4
Clean Ready to Move Large lot, in Chipley City Tw~o 5 acres & One 10 ac
into! 4B /28A. 2,052sq.ft. limits. $50,000. Call Kevin res on Buddy Rd. One 10
on 7 acres. Large rooms, @ 850-251-6550. Will acres & One 13 acres on I: Ic:
new blinds, new carpet. show by appt. only. Gainer Rd. Owner financ- I I OMOTWE. MARNE
3835 Wildemess Rd., Ver- igFrmr nocl i- .,ERAINL 2
non. $129K. Will consider ton Peel @ 850-638-1858. 8100 Antique & Callectibles
trade in. 850-763-2450. 8110 Cars
71500 8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8~130 -Trucks
For Sale fly Owner. Block 35Arsfralby8140 Vanis i
Home, 5BR/2BA, owner on Union Hill Rd., .lo .. .on celes
2045sq.ft. West Blvd., Bonifay.1.3 miles off Hwy 8170 -Auto Parts
Chipley, FL.850-638-4827. 79. Call; 941-722-2859 | 28 Accessories
8210 Boats


I JAxbd' block building 8220 Personal Watercraft
with V2z acre land. Located 8310 Aircraft/Aviation
;ted 1900 N. Waukesha St. on oof:"sLa 16Rd. 830-A/tRod Vhicles


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In Classifieds.
Washington County
NeWS
(850) 638-0212
Holmes County
Times-Advertiser
(850) 547-9414


2002 H undai Sonata
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CD, V6, auto. Blue.
Replaced transmission &
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(850)638-1483



Headliners and Vinyl
Tops Mobile Unit. I do the
work at your home or
workplace. Reasonable
rates on new vinyl tops
and auto carpeting. Free
estimates. Call anytime,
leave message. (850)
638-7351 *



Carpentry, pressure wash-
ing, lawn care, patio & win-
dow re-screerling. great
rates. (850)638-4492


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COMUPETITIVE INTERESTT RATES SPECIAL. LEASE PRI
~.~c;: FRIENDLYY ST~Al'l" OVER 25 -YEARS. OF SERVICE


Handyma Wok, ush
hogging; disc, dirt level-
ing; pushing small trees; &
brth rogigholes, Tcut
Kubota 40 HP motors.
Front End Loaders. One
Excavator No job too
small. Will clean pools also
850 373-8922.


B&M Mower Repair.&
Service. Quality work at a
fair price. Pickup & Deliv-
ery Available. Bill or Mary
(850)638-4492
Sewing Machine an~d Vac
uum Cleaner Re~pair, guar-
artteed service on all
makes and models. Free
estimates. Western Auto,
216 N. Waukesha, Bonifay.
547-3910


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post, Rock, Sand and Cy-
press Mulch. Pick up or
delivered Call: 773-3349 or
850-570-3776.

Sod For Sale on the farm,
delivered or installed. Cen-
tipede and 419 Bermuda.
West Florida Turf (850)
415-0385; (850) 638-4860.
Established 1980




For Rent first in Chipley,
Mini Wairehouses. If you
don't have the room, "We
Do" Lamar Townsend
(850)638-4539, nprth of
Townsends.


AII Prices and Discounts plRerAny Factory Rebate, Factory To Dealer Incentives, Plus Tax and Tag. Subject to Presale. Any Pictures are for illustration purposes only

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06 TOYOTA COROLLA
.4 Door, Nice, #9102688 ................ $9,749
06 FORD RANGER
Automatic ...........................$10,0588
07 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX
Sharp, Come And Get It!.....;.......$1i0,788
07 CHEVY MALIBU LT
SSharp, Clean Car, Must See!.........$10,988
07 CHEVY HHR
Sunroof, Check It Out!...............$01 9888
07 TOYOTA MATRIX
XR, Suriroof, Nice...........;.........01 3747


05 TOYOTA CAMRY LE
Sharp Car, Come See! ...............$1 3,949
07 DODGE CARAVAN
Nice Mini Van .............i...r..a....\1 3,949
07 TOYOTA CAMRY
"HYBRID", Sharp & Priced At Only ..$1 6,549
06 TOYOTA TUjNDRA
ACCESS CAB, Nice Truckl...........$1l6,949
08 DODGE CREWV CAB
1500, V-8, Sharp Truck......'..........* ****
08 TOYOTA PRIUS
Nice, Great Gas Mileage! ............$ 18,979


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COROLLAS

TACONIAS.


* 7 Years, 100,000 Mile
Umited Warranty**
* 7 Years, 100,000 Mile
Roadside Assistance**


* 160 Point Qualih
Assurance Inspection
*Great Selection From
Corollas to Sequoias


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