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Wednesday, SEPTEMBER 30, 2009 www.chipleypaper.com Volume 85, Number 49 50(

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Chipley approves
final budget, millage
CHIPLEY - Chipley
City Council approved
the final budget for
Fiscal Year 2009-10
and the millage at
a special meeting
Monday night.
The budget will be
$13.711 million. The
niillage rate is 6.0


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Gardens at
Rehabilitation and
Nursing Center.

Prattler: My readers
will observe that "ye
ole prattler" enjoyed
a short hiatus from
the column.

High speed chase
across several

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JAY FELSBERG I Managing Editor
Marvin Engram was laid to rest Saturday after the funeral service at Chipley First United
Methodist Church.

Family, friends remember


Managing Editor
CHIPLEY - "He was a true
gentleman," said Washington
County School Board.member
Terry Ellis.
"He vwas a super guy," School
Board member Wayne Saun-
ders said. "Solid as a rock."
The man they were refer-
ring to was laid to rest Satur-
day amid the praise of those
that loved John Marvin En-
gram. The former school board
member and mayor of Chipley
died Tuesday, Sept: 22 at his
home in Chipley.
Engram's funeral was held
at Chipley First United Meth-
odist Church and there were
no seats left as the sanctu-
ary was filled with those who
came to honor Engram, age 98.
Also present was his wife of 70
years, Elaine.
Engram came from Ala-
bama and moved to Chipley

from Bay County. He wasted
little time getting established
as an appliance repairman
with Gulf Power, as well as en-
tering public life, from civilian
service in World War II, to serv-
ing as a school board member
and mayor. He was also active
in the Kiwanis Club for 35 years
and served for 32 years as sec-
retary and treasurer.
Along the way Engram was
a founding board member of
the original Spanish Trail Play-
house. The person who led the
reestablishment of the play-
house, Kevin Russell, found
Engram had a wealth of expe-
rience to draw upon.
"He was one of the first
people that I went to when we
decided to reestablish the play-
house," Russell said. "He and
Elaine had so much informa-
tion from the early days, includ-
ing original playbills, and he
talked to me numerous times
about budget and finance dos
and don'ts"


Pastor Jerry
May of FUMC
called his friend,
"a family leader,
a civic leader
and a great
church leader;
In Christ may
he be filled with
VMav and oth-

ers talked about a Christian
that truly walked the walk.
Oldest grandson Larry Adams
called his grandparents, "fasci-
nating souls" that, "lived each
day for that day and lived ex-
cellent examples for each of us.
They stayed on the go by being
active and being young."
Adams called his grandfa-
ther, "a can do kind of man,"
"A quiet leader," and "an un-
complicated man." These fea-
tures "enabled him to live to
be devoted to God, devoted
to his family, and to doing the


Patriots form in Holmes County

Managing Editor
WESTVILLE - About 40
Holmes Countians and
10 visitors from Jackson
County were on hand
Thursday night at West-
ville City Hall to form the
Concerned American Pa-
triots of Holmes County.
The organization is pat-
terned after a similar
group in Jackson County.
Like the Jackson Coun-

ty group CAPHC is an out-
growth of the conservative,
grass roots "tea party"
movement that started last
spring. Tea party groups
and individual supporters
recently held a 9/12 event
in Washington, DC that
drew what supporters say
was a crowd of over one
million people.
West Pittman Baptist
Church Pastor Eddie Ea-
ton and several others
hosted the meeting. Eaton
was recently a speaker at

the 9/12 event in Marianna
and said he hoped to start
something similar in Hol-
mes County.
"My phone has been
Singing off the hook," Eaton
said about interest in start-
ing a patriots organization.
Eaton proposed that the
mission statement for the
group would be, "This is
a grass roots movement
dedicated to upholding the
United States Constitu-
tion and its amendments,
and the freedoms given by

our Creator."
"We want to use this
meeting and this group
to discuss things happen-
ing in our country." He
stressed that those in-
volved in forming CAPHC
wanted the group to be
non-partisan. It is strictly
about the Constitution,"
Eaton said.
The group would be
based on the Christian
faith and the Constitu-

League of

Cities honors


Vernon approves

budget, millage

Managing Editor

VERNON - Vernon City
Council passed its Fiscal
Year 2009-10 budget and
millage Monday night. The
budget is for $2.07 million
and the m.illage rate is 2.294
Council Member Narvel
Armstrong was honored by
the Florida League of Cit-
ies for 30 years on Council.
Account Executive Tom
Conley represented the
League and presented the
Armstrong was honored
at the League's 83rd annu-
al conference in Orlando.
"Armstrong serves as a
prototypical role model for
other public servants who
work every day to provide
the best in municipal ser-
vice to their citizens," said
League President Carmine
Priore in a news release,
"and the honorees deserve
to be .recognized for their
longstanding accomplish-
ments, dedication and hard
In other business,
*Heard Fire Chief
Shawn Sanders report that
a new truck is coming from
the Division of Forestry in a
swap for an older vehicle.
*Heard Sanders report
about problems he had with
the Recreation Depart-
ment regarding canceling
practices without notice,
getting a refund, mowing,
boards with nails being left
around during construction
and the state of the bath-
rooms at the recreation fa-
cilities. Sanders said others
have also complained and a
petition is being prepared.
Tiffany Worthington
spoke on behalf of her hus-
band, Rec Director Reggie
Worthington. She'said they
were at the rec activities
every night and had not
heard of any complaints or
petitions. She said her hus-
band was doing the best to
catch up with mowing with
all the recent rain.
The City will contact the
contractors about cleaning
up the boards. Porta pot-
ties will be obtained until
the bathrooms are back in
service. Worthington said
cancellations were the re-
sponsibility of coaches and
that Sanders would get his
Worthington said the
number of players and
cheerleaders has almost
doubled since last year and
that fundraising is neces-
sary. For information on

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ARGYLE - A late Tuesday
afternoon high speed pur-
suit across several North-
west Florida counties ended
shortly after the suspect's
vehicle crossed into Walton
County, according to a news
release from the Walton
County Sheriff's Office.
Walton County Sheriff
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side of Cottondale in Jack-
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clocked a white, 1991 Chrys-
ler sedan going 97 miles per
hour southbound on State
231. The .driver wouldn't
stop, and proceeded to
get on U.S. 90 and headed
The suspect would elude
law enforcement officers
through Cottondale, Chi-
pley, Bonifay, Caryville, and
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he reportedly almost ran
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were taken into custody
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Hall, 20,of Atlanta, GA; and
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CECILIA SPEARS pley FFA Chapter, CHSBaseball,
Staff Writer Volleyball and Golf teams.
cspears@chipleypaper.com Other sponsors of the event
were Professional Printing and
CHIPLEY - The first ever Chi- Designs, Stones Chipley Packing
pley High School Cow Chip Fes- Company, Washington County
tival was held at the new Chipley Farm Bureau, Washington-Hol-
.,1 i..L.' 7 * High School's new athletic com- mes Cattleman's Association


plex Sept. 26.
The main event was Cow
Chip Bingo, where three cows
wandered around a field of num-
bers as eager participants wait-
ed for them to do "what comes
naturally" on what they hope
would be their number.
Update on the event's prog-
ress pending.
The event was a school wide
fundraiser sponsored by the Chi-

and the Westerner, Inc.
The Chipley High School's
JROTC Program was also hav-
ing a barbeque plate sale to
raise funds for the JROTC Pro-
"We raised over $1,500 and
sold over 600 pounds of bar-
bequed meat," 1st Sgt. Lonnie
Segers said. "We would like to
give a big thanks to the commu-
nity for all of their support."


CHS Juniors gain Powderpuff Football champions title VO', lo rini ,
.Highway 179 (Next to Subway),� Bondfay

Juniors in blue and freshmen in white square off at Powderpuff Football.

ed two-point conversion
the first game ended with
thq Juniors winning 14 - 0.
Next the Seniors faced
the Sophomores to see
who would go on to face
the Juniors.
The Seniors fell to the
Sophomores 6 - 0.
Seniors' LeThera Rob-
inson repeatedly gained
yardage while the Sopho-
mores managed to hold
them off from gaining a
touchdown, which sent
their game into overtime.
The Sophomores held
off the Seniors in overtime
and Sophomores' Sha-
nique Burns scored the
winning touchdown, mak-
ing the score 6 - 0.
The Seniors then had to

face the Freshmen to de-
termine third and fourth
The Seniors fell to the
Freshmen 14 - 0.
Freshmen's Mary
Helen Wilson scored the
first touchdown from 15
yards with 13:34 left in the
quarter, making the score
Seniors' Kayla Shores
ran the most yardage, but
the Freshman held them
Freshman's Ebony Wil-
liams ran the ball for an
82-yard touchdown with
4:59 left in the game and
Wilson gained the two-
point conversion putting
the end score 14 - 0.
The Sophomores faced

off against the Juniors in
the championship quarter
to see who would take the
title of champion.
Juniors' Bruner scored
the first touchdown with
13:33 left in the game and
Solger scored the two-
point conversion putting
the score 8 - 0.
Juniors' Alex Richter
scored the next touchdown
from 13 yards with 4:04 left
in the game, leaving the
score at 14 - 0.
After the game, all
classes gathered 'in the
middle of the field to sing
Chipley High School's
alma mater.
, To view video coverage
go to www.chipleypaper.
com under recent videos.

ARMSTRONG from page Al
helping with funds and sponsor-
ship of programs call 535-4708 or
City Hall. Next football games .
are Oct. 10 at the VHS football .
field beginning at 10'a.m. r
SHeard that Bob Wells wants B
to put the facade and part of the.
interior of a log cabin in the
third room used by the Vernon
Historical Society as a display.
Council expressed concern
about termites. . -
*Approved reinstating meet-
ings to the second and fourth
Monday due a conflict by City
Attorney Kerry Adkison.
Council Member John JAY FELSBERG I Managing Editor
Hawkins was absent and Coun- . , ,, " ... .
cil Member Gwen Brealk was.Council President Byron Biddle "pins" Narvel Armstrong as she is.honored
absent due to the death of her for 30 years of service. They are joined by Council Member Peggy Dobbins,
mother. - Mayor Al Mani and Ton Conley of the League of Cities.

ENGRAM from opae Al

right thing.' .
Great-grandson : Caleb
Richey said that Engram,
"was a role model for what
it means to be a leader in
the community...regard-
less of a person's back-
ground he was treated with
"Very seldom do we find
a man that was a role mod-
el in all these areas of life,"
May said.
"Thank God for this day,"
said the Rev. Price Wil-
son, a Chipley City Council

member. "He knew how to-
live according to the plans
of God and that was what
made his so beautiful."
"Marvin was an inspira-
tion to us all," said Board
of County Commission-
ers Chairman and former
Chipley City Councilman
Bill Howell. Howell knew
Engram all his life, and re-
ally got to know him when
Howell returned to Chipley
in 1996.
"He never got tired, and
he never wavered. In ev-

erything he was just impec-
cable. If we could all pass
at 98 and hear the things
we heard about Marvin we
would do well."
Don Walters of Orange
Hill Soil Water. Conserva-
tion District called En-
gram, "my second dad-
dy...he was a better daddy
to me than my own daddy."
The Walters and Engrams
were two of four couples
that took trips together and
were very close friends.
"You can't ask for bet-

ter," Walters said. "He
always had good advice,
sound advice and taught
me a lot of things."
Chamber of Commerce
Executive Director Ted Ev-
erett praised Engram as,
"a great, great member of
,this community." Engram
was a longstanding mem-
ber of the Chamber, "and
he devoted so much of his
energy to making Chipley
and Washington County a
better community."
Obituary on Page B6.

PATRIOTS from page A3

tion, and honor the history
of the United States, and
would help elect political
candidates at every level
that shared similar views.
Elaine Thompson of the
ConcernedAmerican Patri-
ots of Jackson County was
on hand with other mem-
bers to support the Holmes
County organization. "By
coming here tonight you
have taken the first step to-
ward taking back out coun-
try as a democratic repub-
lic," she said.
Thompson urged the
new organization to spread

the word and stay current
on legislation.
"Try and stay informed
about bills,'� Thompson
said. "You can read about
them on the Internet and
tell others. Learn to com-
municate. Even though
people are becoming more
interested and more con-
cerned there are still many
just sitting back.
"Get involved at all lev-
els. Every elected official
takes an oath to uphold the
Constitution, and if they
don't know and understand
the Constitution they don't

know if the bills they are
voting on are Constitu-
Thompson and oth-
ers put together the first
Jackson County tea party
for April 15 "by the seat of
our pants," and drew about
150 people. They put out a
signup sheet and collect-
ed emails, addresses and
phone numbers. Since then
they meet monthly at the
Jackson County Ag Cen-
ter to hear a guest speaker
and provide legislative up-
dates. One meeting in Au-
gust featuring State Rep.

Brad Drake drew about 300
The tea party move-
ment arose in the wake of
several legislative efforts
by Congress and President
Barrak Obama that tea
party supporters believe
would lead to a massive
increase of government
power and huge federal
deficits, among other is-
The CAPHC will meet at
7 p.m. at Westville City Hall
on Thursday. Oct. 22. For
information, call Eaton at

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CHIPLEY - Roles were
reversed Friday evening
as girls from each grade
went head to head on the
football field for Powder-
puff Football glory and the
chance of earning points
for their grade to go to-
wards the Homecoming
class completion.
With the boys cheering
them on, each quarter was
met with a different class
pitted against one another,
with the first quarter being
Juniors versus Freshmen.
The Juniors won the
chance to continue on to
the championship quar-
ter against the Freshmen
14 - 0.
The Juniors' Michaela
Bruner scored the first
touchdown by running the
ball 35 yards with 9:13 left
in the quarter. Juniors'
Erin Solger scored the ex-
tra two point conversion,
'making the score 8 - 0. .
Solger took 'the ball
again for over 37 yards to
score the next touchdown
with 50.7 seconds left in
the first game.
Missing on the attempt-

. .

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1 your business andrappreciate y'all
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CHIPLEY - Sheri Yelvington with Am Vets Post 7
of Chipley presents a $300 check to Kate Smith
Elementary for its physical education department.
Shown here, Renee Payne, a physical education
teacher at KMS accepts the check. The check will
be used to buy much needed equipment for the

Charles Wilkerson, Larry Clere, Harry Dunaway,
Adrian Schell, Robert K. Dunaway and Mary
Robbins are dressed in either colonial or 1860's era
attire as they listen to the St. Luke's bell join "DAR
Bells Across America."

Constitution bell strikes thirteen

at St. Luke's Episcopal Church

MARIANNA - The his-
toric bell in the steeple of St.
Luke's Episcopal Church in
Marianna rang out last week
to join "DAR Bells Across
America" in celebration of
the 222nd anniversary of the
drafting of the United States
Harry W. Dunaway, past
president of William Dun-
away Chapter, N.S.S.A.R.
pulled the bell rope for thir-
teen strikes as members lis-
tened to the old bell, which is
tuned to A flat.
The bell had survived
a. disastrous church fire in
1941, and at 4 a.m. on June
6,1944 Marianna residents
were wakened and called to
worship as the bell, located
in the basement chapel of
the then unfinished fourth
church, peeled the happy tid-
ings of D-Day
"Bells Across America"
has become a tradition of the
National Society Daughters
of the American Revolution,

an organization dedicated
to patriotic service, historic
preservation and education.
DAR, founded in 1890, has
170,000 members worldwide.
Prior to the bell ringing,
St. Luke's Episcopal Church
had received a certificate
from the National Society
Children of the American
Revolution givingit the desig-
nation of"Historic American
Church" for "Having played
a vital part in the history of
the United States of Amer-
ica and their community as
the location of the Battle of
Marianna." The Reverend
Norman Bray, Rector of St.
Luke's, accepted the certifi-
cate from Chaplain Marshall
G. Parrish, Blue Springs
Society and Children of the
American Revolution, at the
Constitution Week luncheon
meeting of Blue Springs
Society, N.S.CA.R., Chipola
Chapter, NSDAR, and Wil-
liam Dunaway Chapter, NS-

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CHIPLEY - Kings Discount Drugs
recently received a plaque from
the Washington County Longspurs
Chapter of the National Wild Turkey
Federation (NWTF) commemorating
their community service helping the
local chapter.
At left, Washington County Longspurs
Chapter of the National Wild Turkey
Federation (NWTF) recently presented
Wal-Mart Store 2114 with a plaque for
their community service in helping the

Livestock REPORT

Feeder Steers: Medium & Large Frame No. 1
300-400 Ibs.: FL $98-132 GA $93-132 AL $97-127

400-500 Ibs.: FL $88-109 GA $90-109- AL $87-107
500-600 Ibs.: FL $80-95 GA $84-102 AL $80-99
Feeder Heifers: Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
300-400 Ibs.: FL $80-106 GA $88-110 AL $85-102
400-500 Ibs.: FL $75-91 GA $80-93 AL $77-93
500-600 Ibs.: FL $72-82 GA $76-89 AL $84-88
Slaughter Cows: 90 Percent Lean
750-1200 Ibs.: FL $31-45 GA $36-48.50 AL $38-42
Slaughter Bulls: Yield Grade, No. 1-2
1,500-2,100 Ibs.: FL $48-58.50 GA $53-62 AL $54-58.50

For the week ending er; heifers steady to $1-2 and bulls steady; feeder pared to a week ago;
Sept. 25, 2009: lower; replacement cows steers and heifers steady slaughter cows and bulls
*Florida Livestock unevenly steady. to $2 lower; steer and steady to $1 higher; feed-
Auctions: Receipts to- *Georgia Livestock heifer calves steady to $2 er steers $1-3 lower; feed-
taled $10,672 compared Auctions: Receipts in 25 lower; replacement cows er heifers $3-4 lower and
to $11,469 last week and markets totaled $11,031 $1-3,higher.' feeders bulls, $2-3 lower;
$11,995 a year ago. Com- compared to $13,046 *Alabama Livestock trade on feeders moder-
pare.dtolastweek;slaugh- last week and $12,601 a Auctions: Receipts to- ate with light to moder-
ter cows steady and bulls year ago. Compared to taled $14,600 compared ate demand; replacement
unevenly steady; feeder one week ago; slaughter $17,508 a week ago and cows and pairs mostly
steers steady to $1 low- cows steady to $2 lower $17,733 a year ago. Com- steady.

Your trusted news source online at CHIPLEYPAPER.COM

SI The Vernon - Holmes County
S game drew several comments.

S-.! "But let us remember that there's
- more than one coach at there
and there are 12 seniors that
.....have been together for many
.years. They know each other
A 'and have grown up with each
TOUCHDOWN: Online pho- other. That makes a big differ-
Sto galleries and video of ence."
local high school foot- - Glad
"Way to go Big Blue. You won
A LSO ONLINE on the field and on the score-
A LSO ONLINE board. Your finally hitting hard
again. Thanx coach."
RETRO: Photo gallery of the 1960 Rodeo - Big Blue
Parade through downtown Bonifay. .
' The disturbance at last week's
CR IM E NEWS ' Washington County BOCC
S. meeting drew comment

S"Would'nt it make government
Sd i a run so much better if you could
to. * t just throw out the people who
ditorials and letters to the do not agree with you. no mat-
editorter what the law say's just do
BT D f. .. i:what you want."
S* "' __ 11 ' *? ' - - -- the man
S" FWC: News from the "I've always said they need to
BUSTED: The war on crime continues FWC and other outdoors sell tickets to these things. lol"
throughout the area. activities. - bystander

Wednesday, September 30, 2009


Catching up with thanks, corrections

My readers will observe that
ye ole prattler enjoyed
a short hiatus from the
column thanks to Gertrude Weaver,
Roger Dale Hagan and my sister-
in-law, Lavoughan Williams Wells;
material for five Prattle writings
were submitted from
the pen of others.
A correction
note of setting it
straight must be
S applied to the article
S from last week. The
editorial staff at the
PERRY'S Washington County
PRATTLE News supplies the
Perry Wells title headings to all
of my writings. Keen
readers have noted the error in the
story on Future Business Leader
Of America. The photograph of
the professional group of students
in commercial subjects mostly
consisted of members of the 1948
class of Chipley High School, not
Vernon High School, as the headline
My wife, Hester, noted a glaring
mistake which can only be attributed
to Perry himself. When I came to the
name Doyle Lee Sowell, for some
unknown reason, my mind jumped to
Doyle Lee's cousin, Bobby Lee Wood.
I did correctly identify Nadine Sowell
Kolmetz as being Doyle Lee's sister,
but missed saying his mother was
Eunice Wood Barfield, not Bea Wood.
Bobby Lee Wood is the minister in
the family, not Doyle Lee as reported.
Frederick Kolmetz did tell me that
Doyle Lee's son is a preacher, so that
further lessened the seriousness of
my erroneous reporting.
At least the slip-up was confined
to the same family, and I expect my
friendship with all of them will bring
forgiveness to the writer for his
Gertrude Weaver has reported
receiving mahy favorable comments
regarding the article on Dr. B. W
Dalton's surgery on Pink Ward so
many years ago. Paula Simmons
Dalton and daughters Patsy and
Rhonda have expressed their
appreciation of the writing, also
stating they have heard other
approving comments.
Paul Woodham's enjoyment of
that column came to me through
his daughter, Cindy, who I learned is.
now my Allstate insurance agent in
Jim Town from Sunny Hills
also told me he enjoyed the Dalton
writing as well as the two segments
written by Roger Dale regarding
Sam Mitchell. In the past, Jim has
told me of his Michigan upbringing
in a small town; therefore he
appreciates the down-home.tenor of
my efforts.
Jo McGlammery, a noted writer
and historian in her own right, is
known by many of us in Washington
County. She came here from Georgia
and taught until retirement in the
local school system. Jo is enjoying
a second career at Walmart. She
is a natural in her job there as a

Sam Mitchell is shown with Florida Gov. Lawton Chiles, who possibly
attended several of the Legislative Hunts in Washington County hosted
by Sam.

greeter, which allows her to do just
that - meet and greet her longtime
friends which she has established in
Washington County.
Jo jokingly mentioned to me that
Sshe had observed my shrewdness
in calling on my talented friends to
write my articles while continuing
to receive the compliments and the
My good friend Bill Webb once
again gave his approval of Gertrude
and Roger Dale's handling of their
topics with glowing comments that
only a man with his vocabulary can
The Sam Mitchell Scholarship
Endowment at Chipola College has
caused the Prattler's mind to dwell
on the annual Legislative Hunts-
and massive barbecue suppers Sam
conducted for many years at the
Toad Russ Catfish Farm and Lodge.
From its beginning, Sam called
on Perry to carry our the function
of Kangaroo Court each year. I
don't recall any specific trumped-up
charges brought against visiting
senators, legislators and honored

guests, but I'll bet that Aaron
Peterson does remember some.of
the alleged violations as well as the
many comical penalties imposed by
the presiding Kangaroo Judge. Some
of the sentences imposed, as well
as the quips, jokes and anecdotes
associated with.the popular fun-time
event, were mentioned to me at the
Aug. 29 banquet in Marianna, which
culminated the highly successful
fundraising effort for the Sam
Mitchell Scholarship.
After one year of begging off and
acquiescing to the late circuit judge,
the Hon. W L. Bailey, who carried
out the fun-time court, the duties
fell right back in my lap, where I
continued to perform as long as Sam
held the barbecue and wild game
It is still the abiding opinion- of
your writer that the fun program
staged by Sam and his battery of
helpers each January made his
service in the Florida Legislature
more effective to the constituents he
See you all next week.


The Great Banquet
CHIPLEY - A Thanksgiving Day
dinner for Washington County
residents in need is planned for
Thursday, Nov. 26, from 11 a.m. to 2
p.m. in the Washington County Ag
Center, Highway 90 in Chipley.
Make reservations for your
family by calling 638-0182. Proof of
residence may be required. The
Christian Fellowship committee .
sponsors this event. Volunteers are

Pumpkin decorating contest
CHIPLEY - Washington County
Library will hold its 5th annual
Pumpkin Decoration Contest Oct.
19-23. This year's theme is Favorite
Book Character. No carving or
punctures will be allowed. Pumpkins
can be decorated with all kinds of

items, including paint, markers,
crayons, glue-on eyes and hair, etc:
Stop by any library branch to
pick up a copy of contest rules and
an entry forrn. Decorated pumpkins
may be dropped on at the Chipley
Library starting Oct. 20.

It's Trunk or Treat time
CHIPLEY - Merchants and
Community officials are needed to
help with year's event. Decorate
your vehicle and be prepared to
hand out lots of dandy. More than
2,000 children participated in last
year's event.
Trunk or Treat is scheduled for
Oct. 31 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the
historic Chipley High School on Fifth
Street in Chipley.
Call event coordinators Mike Lee
at 638-7892 or Kevin Russell at 260-
9279 by Oct. 9 to reserve a space.

Library Book Sale
CHIPLEY - Friends of the
Washington county Library will hold
its Fall Book Sale on Friday, Oct. 16,
and Saturday, Oct. 17, from 9 a.m.
until nbon both days. The sale will
be at the Historic Library on Fifth
Street, next door to the Washington
Chamber of Commerce. Anyone
interested in donating used books in
good condition, call Cynthia Johnson
at 638-1983.

October Story Time
CHIPELY - Following is the
October Story Time Schedule for
the Washington County Library in
Chipley: Oct. 1, Rodeo Cowboys;
Oct. 8, Spiders; Oct. 15, Bats; Oct. 22,
Pumpkins. Events start at 10:30 a.m.
each Thursday. There will be no story
time Oct. 29, because of the fall break.

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Fannie Mathis and Hazel Bloodworth, residents, said, "We love the courtyards;
they are a wonderful place for us to meet and relax and enjoy all the colors in
our garden."

Washington County Chamber of Commerce

New courtyard gardens at

Rehabilitation and Nursing Center

Special to the Washington County News
CHIPLEY - Residents at Washington
Rehabilitation and Nursing Center have
built two beautiful courtyard gardens.
The residents work together to grow and
maintain flowers as well as vegetables
There are many benefits to tending
the gardens; the therapy department
utilizes these gardens for therapy
sessions, which work on dexterity
and the resident cooking club grows

vegetables to use in the monthly meals
they make.
The residents enjoy relaxing and
socializing in the gardens with fellow
residents and employees. These
beautiful gardens are a place where the
residents can seek peacefulness while
Watching the cats and turtles move
about through the gardens.
To take a tour of the facility and to see
these plush gardens, call the Washington
Rehabilitation and Nursing Center
Admissions Team at 638-4654.


Gospel Jam
on Saturday
Christian Haven
Church will hold its
monthly gospel jam
on Oct. 3, starting at
6 p.m. with a covered
dish dinner and the jam
starting immediately
after dinner. The church

A Christian
in Education
RegiterYou Chld oda.

is located about 12 miles
east of Wausau on Finch
Circle. For information,
call 638-0836 or 773-2602.

TSIC mentors needed
Adult female Take
Stock In Children
mentors are needed at
Vernon High School and
Vernon Middle School. -

Volunteers must pass a
background screening,
the same as teachers.
Mentoring students
in grades 6-11 takes
30-45 minutes per week.
SAll contact is on school
For more information
or to volunteer, contact
David Solger at 638-1276.

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Graceville 26,
Franklin County 0
GRACEVILLE - Graceville put fresh-
man quarterback Jacky Miles behind
center, and he engineered the Tigers'
Veer attack and their first win of the
Graceville (1-2) also used 230-
pound fullback Leron Hoover to ad-
vantage while ending Franklin Coun-
ty's (2-2) modest two-game winning
Seahawks quarterback Jalin
Modican passed for 84 of his 100-plus
yards in the first half. The only times
Franklin County threatened, how-
ever, ended in a lost fumble inside
the Graceville 10 and turning the ball
over on downs at the 4.
Graceville hosts Blountstown this

FAMU 39, Cottondale 16
COTTONDALE - Cottondale scored
more points on Friday than it had in
its first three games of the season,
but it didn't matter against the more
seasoned FAMU Baby Rattlers.
Cottondale briefly held an 8-7 lead
in the first quarter, but FAMU (1-2, 1-0
District 1-1B) scored 20 unanswered
points to lead by 19 at the break.
Cottondale, which scored 14
points combined in its first three
games, dropped to 0-4 overall and 0-1
in district play.
The Hornets host Chipley next

South Walton 14, Baker 12
BAKER - It wasn't pretty and it
sure wasn't easy, but as a weary
South-Walton football team (4-0)
walked off the field at Doug Griffith
Memorial Stadium Friday night, it
did so a winner.
South Walton edged District 1-1A
rival Baker 14-12, a historic win for a
program that had never before beat-
en the Gators in Baker.
South Walton's front that paved
the way for Chris Shock and a Se-
ahawk ground attack that chewed up
269 yards of offense. Shock finished
with a game-high 148 yards on nine
carries-, much of which came on a
71-yard touchdown run that briefly
put South Walton (4-0, 3-0) ahead 7-6
early in the second quarter. Shock's
running mate, Jay Gatto, finished
with 58 yards on 11 carries.
South Walton's only other score
came on the Seahawks' initial pos-
session of the third quarter. Hav-
ing entered halftime trailing 12-7,
quarterback Dennis Smith capped
an eight-play, 70-yard drive by loft-
ing a 15-yard touchdown pass over a
Baker defender to receiver Andrew
Priest to make it 14-12.
With Baker (0-4, 0-3) trailing 14-12
with less than a minute remaining,
the Gators reached the South Walton
38. Faced with a fourth-and-3 with
only 47 seconds left, Baker quar-
terback Michael Elliott's pass went
through the arms of Vada Moore and
fell incomplete.
South Walton hosts Holmes Coun-
ty this Friday

Freeport 34, Sneads 17
FREEPORT - Freeport's Nathan
Hendrickson and Cody Binder com-
bined for 276 yards and three touch-


Vernon's J.J. Roche is met by several Holmes County defenders.

Holmes County wins first over

district rival Vernon 22-17

Managing Editor
BONIFAY - Holmes County
(1-2) took its first lead of the
year with 2:40 left in the third
quarter and never relinquished
it, beating district rival Vernon
(2-1) 22-17 on Friday night at
Memorial Field in Bonifay.
The Blue Devils fought back
throughout the soggy night, us-
ing Cameron Bailey's kicking
leg and a tough defense, and
taking advantage of numerous
major penalties against the
visitors to come from behind
for the win.
Vernon struck first with a
Cody Small 31-yard field goal to
take a 3-0 lead in the first quar-
ter. Holmes County countered
with a 32-yarder by Bailey later
in the first quarter to tie it 3-all.
J.J. Roche's 34-yard run and
Small's extra point gave Ver-
non a 10-3 lead with 7:34 left in

the first half that they carried
into the locker room.
Then the penalties started
to tell on Vernon.
"We just fell apart in the
third quarter," Vernon coach
Russ Rogers said.
The 15-yard penalties helped
set up a Bailey 27-yard field goal
for the Devils early in the sec-
ond half. The Devils then re-
covered a Vernon fumble on the
ensuing kickoff, and combined
with good running by Jomar
Concepcion, Brandon White
and Johnathon Williams, took
advantage of a facemask and
an encroachment call to set up
Concepcion for a one-yard run
to give Holmes County a 13-10
Vernon was backed up to its
own 15 by the fierce Devil pass
rush and problems handling
snaps in the shotgun forma-
tion. Quarterback Dylan Lee
bobbled one snap and pounded
down in his end zone with the

safety making it 15-10 Devils.
The Devils took the kick after
a safety and five plays later
Concepcion hit Timothy Ben-
ton with a 24-yard touchdown
Vernon's C.J. Lee scored on
a 15-yard run with 9:42 left, but
the Holmes County pass de-
fense held off the Jackets and
the Devils enjoyed their first
win of the year.
"We fought as hard as we

could and we never gave up,"
said Coach Al Simmons. "We
had a very tough loss against
Jay and a very tough loss
against Sneads, and we came
to practice ready to play Ver-
"It's one of the biggest wins
we've ever had in Bonifay."
Holmes County travels to
district rival South Walton
next week while Vernon hosts
Freeport. More coverage online.

Johnson is quietly, and quite simply, the best

Monte Dutton
Jimmie Johnson said he
woke up Sunday morning
feeling optimistic. Isn't that
really the way he wakes up
every morning?
Johnson's won the past
three championships. He's
poised to make it four in a row.
Since he first climbed into a
(now) Sprint Cup stock car,
he's won almost twice as many
races as anyone else.You
might want to jot this down.
From the beginning of the
2002 season to the present, the
victory standings are: Johnson
44, Jeff Gordon 24, Tony
Stewart 24, Kurt Busch 19 and
Matt Kenseth 17. Those are all
drivers who have been around

since 2002, like Johnson.
Why is this guy not
regarded as if he were, say,
Tiger Woods? His numbers
stack.up to anything anyone
has done in sports. Hey, A-Rod!
Hey, LeBron! Hey, Federer!
Make room for Jimmie!
It's not really their choice,
of course. Popularity can be
increased by publicity and
hype, but the real measure
is what the public - what
NASCAR Nation, and Football
Nation and Sports Nation
- decides. Somehow Johnson
is by far the most successful
stock car racer but far from the
most popular. Come to think
of it, he's far from the least
popular, too.
How can the guy who
dominates the sport just

be there?
Johnson doesn't really
seem to care all that much. He
just makes himself available,
answers the questions he's
asked, smiles and laughs a lot
(wouldn't you?) and rolls as
smoothly over all the waves
as a Yankee Clipper. Take
your choice: sailboat or Joe
DiMaggio. It doesn't matter.
Johnson is smooth, just like
they were.
After winning at Dover
International Speedway,
Johnson said, "I certainly hope
that qur performance today
scares some people and affects
them in a way that benefits
us, but, you know, I see guys
get so worried about what
other people think, what other
people say and spend a lot of

time in those areas. That's not
what works for me.
"I tried to play some of
those games in 2005 with Tony
Stewart. It didn't work out for
me. Since that day, I realized
I just need to run my race,
put blinders on. Don't watch
television. Don't watch or
read any of the trade papers,
magazines. Just ignore, ignore,
ignore, and focus on rfy world
and what's going on with my
race car. That's what I'll do
through the rest of the chase."
There's nobility in a
man who just does his job,
especially when he does it
better than anyone else.

You may contact Monte
Dutton at mdutton@


BONIFAY - Bonifay Middle School met Vernon Tuesday, Sept. 22, with the scores A Team (left) - BMS 26
Vernon 0, B Team (right) - BMS 0 Vernon 0.

BMS Lady Devils
win again
The Bonifay Middle
School Lady Devils A team
triumphed over Graceville
4046 and won over Marianna
44-16. BMS Lady Devils B
team beat out Marianna 29-
A team players are Ashlei
Yates, Cierra Blane, Jessica
Belser, Courtney Syfrett,
Hannah Howell, Callie
Knowell, Lenibel Concep-
cion, Devin Miles and Justice
B team players are Alex
Chambers, Ciarra Pou, Han-
nah Prescott, Megan Bur-
lew, Emily Sheesley, Ashley
Jones, Rayanne Phelps, Hal-
ey Taylor, Lisa Keen, Karli-
sha Works and Sarah Curlee.

Swinging for
Tri-County Home Build-
ers Association will host its
annual Swinging for Schol-
arships golf tournament
on Nov. 7 at Indian Springs
Golf Club. Shotgun start is
at 8:30 a.m. with lunch and
awards to follow.
This is a four-person/se-
lect shot format. Entry fee
is $70 per person with pro-
ceeds going to the schol-
arship funds at Chipola
College and Washington
Holmes Technical Center.
Hole sponsorships are also
available for $100 each.
For more information, call
Debbie McCrary at 638-
4436 or Tammy Dean at


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ROUNDUP from epae A7

downs to lead the Bulldogs in a
whipping of visiting Sneads.
"Freeport took a 27-3 lead
in the first half. The Bulldogs
scored on their second pos-
session with quarterback Cole
Weeks sneaking in from the 1
to cap off an eight-play drive.
Sneads answered with a
40-yard field goal by Josh Rog-
The Bulldogs came back
with Binder scoring on a 16-
yard run. After Freeport's Kev-
in Caudill recovered a Sneads'
fumble, the Bulldogs scored
on a 1-yard run by Hendrick-
son, who totaled 157 yards in
24 carries.
Binder, who had 119 yards
on 13 carries, scored on a 4-
yard run up the middle to fin-
ish a 54-yard drive for the half-
time cushion.
In the third quarter, Weeks
passed 36 yards to Caleb Mc-
Cormick in the left corner of
the end zone to make it 34-3.
Weeks completed nine of 15
passes for 153 yards and one
TD. Damen Reynolds had
three catches for 85 yards.
Freeport travels to Vernon
this Friday.

Blountstown hands
Wewa first loss
and Princeton Grant scored
fourth-quarter touchdowns to
pace Blountstown to a 39-27 vic-
tory over Wewahitchka in District
2-1A football on Friday night.
Wewahitcchka's Chance
Knowles tied the game at 27 with
a 3-yard run with 9 minutes, 12
seconds to go. Buggs scored two
minutes later and Grant capped
the game with a 43-yard scam-
Grant led Blountstown (3-0,
1-0) with 117 yards on 10 carries.
He also scored on a 40-yard run.
Buggs was 7 of 11 passing for 179
yards and two TDs. Blountstown's
Leon Broxton also had a 50-yard
interception return for a touch-
down and caught five passes.
Knowles paced Wewa with 82
yards rushing. The Gators (3-1,
0-1) fell for the first time this-sea-
son, despite scoring first and ty-
ing the game 21-21 at the half.
Wewa, which received an ad-
ditional 69 yards rushing and a
score from Theryl Brown, hosts
Bozeman next week, while
Blountstown is at Graceville.


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Wednesday, September 30, 2009

BCF Lady Eagles

play first game

Baptist College of
Florida (BCF) Wom-
en's Volleyball Team,
the Lady Eagles, pre-
miered in their first
game against two Na-
tional Christian Col-
lege Athletic Associa-
tion (NCCAA) teams on
Sept. 17: Trinity Chris-
tian College and Flor-
ida Christian College.
This marked the very
first volleyball game
ever played competi-
tively as part of BCF's
new Intercollegiate
Athletic Program.

Attendance at the
game was overwhelm-
ing; it . was stand-
ing room only in the
BCF Assembly Cen-
ter. With every Eagle
score made, the home
crowd cheered with
excitement, exhibit-
ing their unwavering
support of the newly
formed team. There
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Northwest Florida Championship
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overall standings.
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for sixth time in
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Wrangler National
Finals Rodeo with
$149,099 in team
roping and tie-down
roping. Brazile also
set a National Finals
earnings record for
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National Finals Steer
Roping in Hobbs,
N.M., for a total of
In 2007, Brazile
became first Triple
Crown winner in 24
years and just the
eighth in PRCA his-
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Professional rodeo action
consists of two types of com-
petitions - roughstock events
and timed events - and an
all-around cowboy crown.
In the roughstock events
bareback riding, saddle
bronc riding and bull rid-
ing a contestant's score is
equally dependent upon his
performance and the animal's
performance. To earn a quali-
fied score, the cowboy, while
using only one hand, must
stay aboard a bucking horse
or bull for eight seconds. If
the rider touches the animal,
himself or any of his equip-
ment with his free hand, he is
In saddle bronc and bare-
back riding, a cowboy must
"mark out" his horse; that

is, he must exit the chute
with his spurs set above the
horse's shoulders and hold
them there until the horse's
front feet hit the ground after
the initial jump out of the
chute. Failing to do so results
in disqualification.
During the regular sea-
son, two judges each score
a cowboy's qualified ride by
awarding 0 to 25 points for
the rider's performance and 0
to 25 points for the animal's
effort. The judges' scores are
then combined to determine
the contestant's score. A per-
fect score is 100 points.
In timed events steer wres-
tling, team roping, tie-down
roping, barrel racing and
steer roping; cowboys and
cowgirls at "the other end of

the arena" compete against
the clock, as well as against
each other. A contestant's
goal is to post the fastest
time in his or her event. In
steer wrestling and the rop-
ing events, calves and steers
are allowed a head start. The
competitor, on horseback,
starts in a three-sided fenced
area called a box. The fourth
side opens into the arena.
A rope barrier is stretched
across that opening and is
tied to the calf or steer with
a breakaway loop. Once
the calf or steer reaches the
head-start point - prede-
termined by the size of the
arena - the barrier is automat-
ically released. If a cowboy
breaks that barrier, a 10-sec-
ond penalty is added.

History of the

Northwest Florida

Championship Rodeo
Bonifay Kiwanis Secretary/Treasurer Paul
Bowyer suggested that the club try putting on a
rodeo as a fundraising activity. He pointed out
there were plenty of livestock and cowboys in
the area.
On December 6-8, 1946, the Bonifay
ClubKiwanis Northwest Florid a ---
hosted the-
first rodeo.
ers stood e~
behind the
pasture-type fence that surrounded the field or
sat on bales of hay as they watched the rodeo.
Kiwanians and their wives operated the conces-
sion stands and ticket booths.
The club agreed to hold the rodeo annually
on the first weekend in October because it was
said that it virtually never rained on that week-
As the rodeo continued to grow, the club re-
alized the need for professional assistance. King
Kong Smith of Wauchula was the first paid
stock contractor.
Later the club joined the Rodeo Cowboy's
Association, now the Professional Rodeo Cow-
boy's Association (PRCA), and by doing so,
cowboys from all over the United States wanted
to participate in the Northwest Florida Cham-
pionship Rodeo to earn local prize money and
points toward the national championship.
Through the years Bonifay has seen many
national champions compete at Memorial Field.
In the early 1950s, a rodeo parade was orga-
nized with J. Harvey Etheridge as the first pa-
rade grand marshal to coincide with the North-
west Florida Championship Rodeo.
The parade assembled in the north end of
Bonifay and proceeded down Waukesha Street
to Memorial Field on Friday and Saturday af-
ternoon. Local schools were closed so that stu-
dents could enjoy watching the parade.
The first Kiwanian to head the rodeo com-
mittee was Paul Bowyer, and then the Board of
Directors worked as a group to chair the event.
Later, Ted Brown and Rupert Padgett took on
the project. In 1975, Herb Peel, Jr. was asked to
chair the Rodeo Committee, and he continues to
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Variety of demonstra-
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Seven live animal shows.
Attendees will have ac-
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select group of vendors
With handguns, rifles,
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holstering equipment will
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Concealed weapons
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be offered.
There will be plenty
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children. Admission is $5
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"A lot has changed since the 1980s and a lot
has changed since we began holding Anime
Weekend Atlanta 15 years ago," Dave Merrill,
volunteer coordinator for AWA said. "When
we started, our anime rooms were screening
VHS tapes 'ask your parents what those are)
and, if we were lucky those high-tech "laser-
discs"; now of course we're showing DVDs,
Blu-Ray discs, and a bewildering variety of
digital video formats that can be stored on
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speed "
He said the first place AWA was held
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minutes," he said. "When AWA first be-
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still watching Evangelion, apparently."
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or foreign children's cartoons, he said.
"America now sees Japanese anima-
tion as we do; as both an art form. both
lowbrow and high-minded, as something that can
entertain for an half an hour or for a lifetime," he
said "Certainly it's recognized as something worthy of
a weekend-long festival, even in Atlanta."
Special guests included Vic Mignogna, professional music
composer producer and veteran voice actor best known for his
role as Edward Eiric in FRlimetal Alchemist.
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Addisyn Thomas
Jennifer Rich and Jeremy Thomas
of Chipley announce the birth of their
daughter, Addisyn. She was born Aug.
5 at Gulf Coast Medical Center on and
weighed 6 pounds and one 1 and was.181/2
inches long.
Addisyn's maternal grandparents are
Phyllis and Kenny Dyvig of Chipley. Her
paternal grandparents are Cathy and
Teddy Sasser, also of Chipley.
Big brother, J.J., age 7, and big sister,
Kiley, age 5, helped to welcome Addisyn

Michelle Blair Powell turns 40
Michelle Powell is the daughter of Ron
and Mary Blair of Graceville. She turns
the big 40 on Oct. 1. She will celebrate
her birthday at her parents' home on
Oct. 3 with her two children, Hannah and
Gabriel, as well as friends and family.


Holmes County High Class of '99
The Holmes County High School Class
of 1999 will hold its 10-Year High School
Reunion on homecoming weekend, Nov.
13 and 14. E-mail hchsco99@hotmail.
com for more information regarding
the upcoming reunion activities.

Kent/Collins Family reunion
The 83rd annual Kent/Collins Family
Reunion is planned for Oct. 2 in the
Adoniram Baptist Church social hall in
Black, Ala. Family and friends are invited
to bring a covered dish to share along
with other family memorabilia. For more
information, call Betty Collins Paulding at

Worthington Family Reunion
Worthington family reunion is scheduled
for Oct. 10 at Hinson Crossroads' Fire
House. A covered-dish meal will be served
at noon. Family and friends are invited
to bring a well-filled basket to share. Call
Johnny Worthington at 535-0310.

'Barefoot In The Park'

tickets on sale now

Shows set for Oct. 17-18 and Oct. 22-25

CHIPLEY - Tickets for the
Spanish Trail Playhouse pro-
duction of "Barefoot In The
Park" are on sale. Tickets are
$10 each at the Washington
County Chamber of Commerce
located at 672 Fifth St. in Chi-
pley. Call the Chamber at 638-
4157. Because of the subject
matter of this production, chil-
dren younger than 12 are not
encouraged to attend.
Newlyweds Corie and Paul
Bratter return from their hon-
eymoon ready to start their
exciting new life together, but
things aren't exactly going as
planned. Things get a little too
cozy for the young couple, and
hilarity ensues as the power
of love gets tested to its limits.
Neil Simon is at his best in this
heartwarming comedy about
sacrifices, new beginnings, and
not letting obstacles get in the
way of what truly matters.
The cast includes Kara

Hewitt as Corie Bratter;
Arthur Obar as the telephone
repair man; Kevin Russell
as Paul Bratter; Terrie Gar-
rett as Corie's mother, Mrs.
Banks; Danny Page as Victor
Velasco; and Garrett Brolund
as the delivery nman. The staff
includes Kevin Russell 4s di-
rector, Rachel Webb as produc-
er, Chelsea Bush as stage man-
ager, Jimmy Miller as technical
director, and Steve Yates as set
Neil Simon's "Barefoot In
The Park" will take the stage
Oct. 17-18 and Oct. 22-25, with
Thursday-Saturday shows
starting at 7 p.m. and Sunday's
shows starting at 2 p.m.
The Spanish Trail Playhouse
is at 680 Second St. in Chipley
inside the Historic Chipley
High School. For more infor-
mation, visit www.spanishtrail
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Robert Coffey of Panama City
v and Sandra Ohmer of Vernon
announce the engagement and
S . forthcoming marriage of their
daughter, Katelyn Eva Olivia Coffey,
to Greg Allen Jenkins of Vernon.
He is the son of James and Judine
Jenldns of Vernon.
Katelyn is a 2008 graduate
of Vernon High School and is
attending Gulf Coast Community
College in Panama City. Her
grandparents are Eva and George'
Ohmer of Louisiana and Claude and
Olivia Coffey of Long Beach, La.
Greg is a 2006 graduate of Vernon
High School. His grandparents are
Thomas and Luvern Jenkins and
Thelma Gipson, all of Vernon.
The wedding ceremony is
planned for 4 p.m. on Oct. 3 at the
Wausau Assembly of God Church in
Wausau with a reception following
' in the Vernon Community Center in
. .' Vernon. All family and friends are
Sr. ..invited to attend.

Harold and Annette Nelson

Friends and Family are cordially
invited to celebrate Harold and Annette
Nelson's Golden Wedding Anniversary
on Sunday, Oct. 3, starting at 6 p.m. at

Oakie Ridge Baptist Church in Chipley.
A gospel concert is planned in the
church sanctuary with the reception to
follow. Your presence will be their gift.



Supreme Queen
Miss USA,
Jesse Kay
Jesse Kay
Taylor was
crowned Supreme
Queen Southern,
Miss USA on Aug.
9, 2009.
She also holds
several hometown
titles, including
Tiny Miss
Holmes County
Peanut. She is
the daughter of
Chris and Maria
Taylor, of Bonifay.
Her grandparents
are Curtis and
Thelma Oldaker,
also of Bonifay.

Pvt. James T. Burden graduates from basic
Army Reserve Pvt. James T. Burden has graduated
from Basic Combat Training at Fort Sill, Lawton, Okla.
Burden is the son of Merry Collins of Chipley.

Christopher Malcolm Taylor and Maria
Daloris Oldaker were united in marriage
on April 19,2009. The ceremony took
place outdoors with beautiful spring floral
surroundings. The couple's one daughter,
Jesse Kay Taylor, along with friends and
family, attended the ceremony. The couple
lives in Holmes County.

Dan and Christie Bradley
Dan and Christie Bradley will
celebrate their second anniversary on
Oct. 6.

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The Fall Product Program is
an important part of Girl Scout-.
ing. Just like.Girl Scout cookies,
the fall product sale is a literacy
program that teaches girls about
the world of business, including

setting and achieving goals and
working as a team.
"The Fall Product Program is
an excellent opportunity for girls
to learn financial responsibility
as well as how to plan, set goals,
manage finances and provide
customer service," said Raslean
M. Allen, CEO of GSCFP
The money earned through
the Fall Product Program ben-
efits individual troops as well as
the council. Each item troops
sell earns a profit for their troop,
which further teaches girls how

to plan and save money. Each
item sold also earns money for
the council. The money is used
to support the mission of Girl,
Scouting through programs for
girls, Camperships, and oppor-
tunity grants, which ensure that
Girl Scouts is available to all
This year's nuts and candy
lineup includes Mint Meltaways
in a commemorative Girl Scout
Reflections Tin, 'Caramel Trea-
sures in a commemorative
Holiday Snowman Tin, Peanut

Butter Dreams, Deluxe Pecan newsstand prices.
Clusters, Chocolate Covered The Girl Scout Council of the
Peanuts, Chocolate Covered Al- Florida Panhandle invites girls
monds, Chocolate Covered Rai- from kindergarten to 12th grade
sins, Whole Cashews, Pistachios, to join the adventure and em-
Fruit Slices, Cranberry Nut Mix power themselves through cour-
and Hot Cajun Crunch. age, confidence and character, to
In addition to selling nuts and make the world a better place.
candy, girls have the opportunity Currently, the council serves
to participate in the QSP Time 7,150 girls and 2,400 volunteers
Inc. program. Through this pro- across 19 counties of the Florida
gram, girls earn money for their Panhandle. To volunteer or join
troop by selling magazine sub- Girl Scouts, contact the local
scriptions and renewals, often council office at 850-386-2131 or
with savings up to 85 percent off visit www.gscfp.org.

Goat Day coming soon

Event to feature live

music, goat parade

BLOUNTSTOWN - Blountstown Rotary
Club will present the 23rd annual Goat
Day festival on Saturday, Oct. 17, at Sam
Atkins Park in Blountstown.
Goat Day is the second-largest arts and
crafts show in North Florida, and atten-
dance has become an honored tradition in
Calhoun County.
This year's event will feature favorite
vendors from years past and also first-
time vendors specializing in handmade
goods and crafts. A highlight of the 2009


Gardeners' Daffodil
Program is Oct. 10
The Jackson County
Master Gardeners hold its'
third annual Daffodil Bulb
Program and Sale on Oct.
1d hfom 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.,
with registration starting at
9!30 a.m. in Room B at the
Jackson County Extension
Service, 2741 Pennsylvania
Ave. in Marianna.
The first will be Linda
Van Beck, renowned
daffodil expert. The second
speaker will be Dr. Gary
Knox, associate professor
of horticulture with the
University of Florida
Research and Education
Center in Quincy.
Pre-ordered bulbs may be
picked up starting that day.
Cost is $15 per person
and includes all materials,
lunch and door prizes. Pre-
registration by Thursday,
Oct. 8, is required. Call
the Extension Service at
482-9620 or e-mail them at

ARC fundraiser
County will hold a Yard Sale,
Fundraiser on Thursday and
Friday, Oct. 8 and 9, from
7 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 1335 S.
Boulevard in Chipley.

Pine Log Fire'
rodeo dance
Pine Log Volunteer Fire
Department will hold its
,:annualrodeo dance and
supper on Wednesday,
Sept. 30, at the Pine Log
VFD facility on Highway 81
north. Chicken plates are
$6.each. Supper served at 6
p.m. followed by the dance
at 8. Featured band is the
Vineyard Band. Dance
admission is $5. All proceeds
to benefit the Pine Log VFD.


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festival will be the reintroduction of live
goats into the mix with a goat show and
parade. In addition, there will be plenty of
food vendors and live music throughout
the day.
Gates open at 9 a.m., and vendors will
be present until 3 p.m. Cost is $5 per per-
son, with children under 1 admitted free.
Please note that all children's activities
will be free of charge; featuring: pony
rides, train rides, inflatable jumping ac-
tivities, coin dig, greased pig chase, moon
,walk and the addition of a chicken chase
this year.
Event sponsor is Preble-Rish Inc. For
more information, call 850-674-5449 or visit

ay Nursing and Rehab

Dnter CNAs honored

Hall I CNA
for September
Carrie Skinner
Lawrence, 23, gradu-
ated from Geneva High
School and now lives in
Bonifay with her hus-
band Cravius and her
4-month old daughter,
Carrie has been a
Certified Nurse Assis-
tant at Bonifay Nursing
and Rehab for three-
years. When not at work,
she enjoys watching re-
ality TV UFC and foot-
ball - "Go Noles." She
says she enjoys all kinds
of music and likes to go
to the beach, shoot pool
* and watch her husband
play in pool tourna-
ments. She takes pride
in caring for her resi-

Hall 2 CNA
for September
Vicki Henderson has
been a C.N.A with Boni-
fay Nursing and Rehab
since 2006.
She graduated from
Graceville High and
lives in Graceville with
her husband. She has
two children, three
stepchildren, 10 grand-
children and one great-

grandchild. In her spare
time, she likes to kara-
oke. Her favorite TV
show is "Ghost Whis-
perer," and she likes to
listen to country music.
Vicki says cooking out
and spending time with
her family and friends
is what she enjoys most.
Vicki always helping
others and is a real team

Hall 3 CNA
for September
Tammie Byrd, origi-
nally from Kentucky,
lives in Bonifay with her
She has three chil-
dren and one grand-
daughter. Tammie has
been employed with
Bonifay Nursing and
Rehab for three years
and says she enjoys her
residents. Her peers say
she is a hard worker,
always eager to help
and dependable. In her
spare time, she likes to
go shopping, go out to
eat, and play on her new
computer. Her favorite
TV sho\v is "Everybody
Loves Raymond," and
she enjoys all kinds
of music. Tammie at-
tends Bethany Baptist

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Covenant Hospice offers grief support

CHIPLEY - Covenant Hospice offers a
monthly grief support group in Chipley
at Washington County Council on Aging,
1348 South Blvd., from 9-11 a.m. on the
second Tuesday of every month. Those
who attend will have the opportunity to
explore their grief in a safe and caring
The next meeting will be held Tues-
day, Oct 13. The support group is free,.
but registration is required. Light re-
freshments will be served. To register
for this support group, or for more infor-
mation, call Riley Hendersoh or Janu-

ary McKeithan 482-8520 or 888-817-2191.
Covenant Hospice is a not-for-profit
organization dedicated to providing
comprehensive, compassionate ser-
vices to patients and loved ones during
times of life-limiting illnesses. The fo-
cus of Covenant Hospice is to enable its
patients to live as fully and comfortably
as possible, to provide dignified pallia-
tive care, to assist patients' loved ones
in coping with end-of-life issues and the
eventual-death of the patient, and to im-
prove care for all patients at the end of
their lives by example and education.

Sizzling Science set for Friday at GCCC

Coast Community College
and'Bay District Schools
are sponsoring the annual
Sizzling Science extrava-
ganza. Sizzling Science dis-
plays the fascinating world
of science while having fun
at the same time. Take part
in a rocket launch, investi-
gate the inside of a human
cell, dissect various speci-
mens, touch different ma-
rine organisms, watch a
chemistry magic show and
participate in many other
hands-on activities.

The last Sizzling Sci-
ence event, attracted 874
students (ages 4-14) and
more than 200 high school
and GCCC student volun-
teers. This year, Sizzling
Science hopes to attract
nearly 1,000 students.
Sizzling Science is a col-
laborative effort of the Sci-
ence Departments from
Arnold High School, Bay
High School, Rutherford
High School, Dean Boze-
man and Gulf Coast Com-
munity College. Communi-
ty partners include NOAA,

Zoo World and Gulf World.
This event is free to the
public and will take place
from 4-7 p.m. Oct. 2. in
the green space between
the .Natural Sciences and
Technology buildings of
GCCC's Panama City
Lucille .Moore Elemen-
tary School won the Your
School Sizzles award,
with over 20 percent of
the school's population in
attendance-at the last Siz-
zling Science event. Who
will it be this year?




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Antique Tractor Show/Pull * Antique Stationary Engines
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While traveling
the other day, I
was listening to
what we refer to as
a Christian radio
network The DJ -
who was on at the
time, goes by the FROF
name of Wally. HE
Wally began Tim
to talk about
Abdelbeset Ali
Mohmed al Megrahi
who is better known as
the "Lockerbie Scotland
Bomber". If you remember
Abdelbeset is the man
who was charged with the
killing of 270 people on Pam
Am flight 103. As Wally
talked about Abdelbeset
being released from prison
to Libya to allow him to
die mercifully because
he suffers
from terminal The
prostate cancer, t
he played a tape that
of a mother of from i
one of the young
ladies who was dest
killed on that
flight. On the thep
tape the mother holdir
was very loud h di
and emotional these
because they
were showing more
this kind of it
mercy to it do
Abdelbeset, as pers
she yelled, "I will
never forgive whore
him and hope he
rots in Hell!" ain
Wally then
began to talk about the
importance of forgiveness
in our lives, and how
holding such feelings
actually hurts and destroys
the person holding on to
this type of hatred more
than it does the person at
whom it is aimed.
As a disciple of Christ,
I have to agree with Wally
that in order for this lady
(and others) to ever move
on with living their lives,
she will have to forgive
this man as she grieves for
this untimely lost of her
Christ said, "For if
you forgive men their
trespasses, your heavenly
Father will also forgive you.
But if you do not forgive
men their trespasses,
neither will the Father
forgive your trespasses"
(Matthew 6:14-15 NKJV).
Because He knows that
this kind of pain that comes
from this kind of hate
will eat away at a person
and not only make their
life miserable but it will
destroy them.
On the other hand,
though I normally do
not believe in reverting
blame to others, this is
one of those incidences
where this man, who I
understand has shown
no remorse for his deeds
because he believes that
his actions were an act of
war, and that he received
his orders from Allah to
destroy all infidels (which
are Christians and Jews
for the most part).
Abdelbeset, the Libyan
government and many in
America need to own up
to the fact that he is guilty
of premeditated murder of
270 innocent people, and
should have been executed
a long time ago, which
would have made it a little
easier for this mother to
find a place of forgiveness
in her heart. But the
greatest blame for this
hurt reverts back to the
society and governments
of the day in which we live,
which no longer has any
moral standards by which
they live or govern.
If society and
government would rule
their actions by the great
moral standards of our
forefathers this lady would
already be on the road to



recovery, because
Abdelbeset would
S have been dead
himself a long
time ago. As the
S Mosaic Law, which
all existing main
THE religions, including
RT his, use as their
loll base for morality
says that if a man
takes another
man's life, his life then
must be also taken.
If our society and
governments would return
to actually practice these
morals principles, prisons
would empty, there would
be no detention camps like
Guantanamo Bay, where
liberals are concerned
about the care of the
people there because those

ig onto
es the
on at
n it is

people would
not be there and
our countries
would be much
better because
we would not.
be feeding or
taking care of
I am grateful
that Florida
is one of the
few states that
practices capital
because that
is the only
truejustice for

The only problem with
Florida and other states
is that by the time the
state does get to the point
of execution, the person
who committed the crime
has grown old and bitter,
and the family members
of the ones that have been
murdered have destroyed
their lives with the hatred
they feel during that time
- a time that should have
been one of healing and
forgiveness for them.
In order for this
mother and countless
other mothers, fathers,
daughters, sons and
companions to find healing
and closure for their loss
in great tragedies like
Lockerbie and 911, we
must not show empathy as
then-Sen. Barack Obama
spoke of for the men who
flew planes into the World
Trade Center, as was
reported on Sept. 19,2001
in The Hyde Park Herald.
But we nMust cry out, "for
justice and the American
way" (as they use to say
as they introduced the
Superman show).
SYes, we are living in a
day where so many people
need healing of many
things, but a lot of it goes
back to the inability to
forgive, which places them
in a bad relationship with
Yes, as I listened to this
mother cry out, I could
feel the pain that she and
many others, I am sure,
were feeling. This makes
me want to encourage all
of us to return ourselves,
this nation and the world
to a God who is merciful to
forgive for eternity, but who
is righteous and just, and
teaches us that intentional
crimes and many sins
committed in this life will
bear great consequences in
this life and should, so that
others may be able to live.

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?" PO. Box
745, 2824 Highway 90 West
Bonifay, Florida 32425.
Located; three miles west
of the light at Highway
79, 850-547-3920, e-mail:
timhall_2000@ yahoo.com.

BCF students pray for those spreading the Word

GRACEVILLE - Each semester, El-
ligson and his students dedicate two
complete class sessions to prayer
for missions and missionaries. On
this particular day, Elligson's class
met briefly inside before heading
outside for a special time of prayer.
There, in the shadow of parked
bulldozers and other heavy equip-
ment, students gathered in the
midst of small orange flags mark-
ing the layout of BCF's newest con-
struction project: The R. C. Mills
Center for Evangelism and World
The time of prayer outside culmi-
nated with clusters of students gath-
ered at each corner of the building
site, offering prayers and beseech-
ing God's blessings.

Baptist College golf team plays in Classic

MONTGOMERY, Ala. - The Baptist
College of Florida (BCF) golf team
participated in the Alabama State
University Fall Golf Classic Sept.
14-15 at Lagoon Park Golf Course
in Montgomery, Ala. The event
marked the first time BCF ever
competed in an intercollegiate ath-
letic event.
BCF student Ryan Kirk led the
team with an 80 and an 84 over the
two rounds of play. Travis Turner
carded an 81 and an 86. Barol Bailey
shot an 85 and an 83. Kyle Hannah
managed an 88 and an 89, and Jar-
rod Odom shot a 96 and a 99. Since
only the best four scores for a team
each day count, BCF's total for the
two-day event was 676. Birming-
ham Southern won the division
with a 581 total. They were followed
closely by Spring Hill College with
583, Faulkner University with 588,
Morehouse College with 589, and
the University of Mobile with 590.
In spite of their last place fin-
ish, Coach Freeman identified
several bright spots of the tourna-
ment. "Kyle Hannah scored an ea-
gle during Monday's round. Travis
Turner turned a casual conversa-
tion with a playing partner from
another school into a witnessing

Baptist College of Florida (BCF) student Ryan Kirk led the golf team
with an 80 and 84 over the two rounds of play during the Alabama
State University Fall Golf Classic held Sept. 14-15.

opportunity. Team members con-
ducted themselves admirably as
representatives of BCF and they
learned several things from the
other teams and the competition it-
self that should serve us well as we
attempt to build our program over
the next few years."

The next event is the NCCAA-
South Region Tournament in Eas-
ley, South Carolina, on September
28-29. BCF will play in a four-team
NCCAA match at Tifton, Georgia on
Oct. 3, before traveling to the NC-
CAA National Tourney in Panama
City Oct. 11-13.

Ministry NEWS

Lakeview UMC Gospel Sing
La)eview Methodist Church will
hold a gospel sing on Sunday, Oct.
11, starting at 1 p.m. Featured sing-
er will be Janice Mitchell Stuckey,
daughter of Pastor Herman Mitch-
ell. The church is on Highway 279
at Pate Pond Road. Call 373-8280 for
more information...

Mt. Ida Congregational
Methodist Church
Homecoming and Revival
Mt. Ida Congregational Meth-
odist Church, in the New Hope
community just off Highway 2 and
eight miles south of Geneva, Ala.,
will have its fall revival Oct. 18-21.
Services begin at 7 p.m. each night.
Homecoming service on Sunday
begins a 10:45 a.m.
The Rev. Mike Gary, mission-
ary in Eagle Pass, Texas, will be
the evangelist along with special
singing each night and for Sunday
A time of fellowship and "dinner

on the ground" will follow the Sun-
day service.

Red Hill Methodist
Fellowship Hall Dedication
Red Hill Methodist Church will
hold a dedication ceremony for the
Roy K. Smith Fellowship Hall on
Sunday, Oct. 11, at 11:45 a.m. follow-
ing morning worship. Lunch served
at noon.
Red Hill United Methodist
Church is at 3104 Highway 2, Boni-
fay, FL.

UMC Cookbook
CHIPLEY - The First United
Methodist Church of Chipley is now
accepting orders for their "Taste
of Heaven" cookbook. Members,
along with their family and friends
have compiled 700 of their most
treasured recipes. Cookbooks are
$20 each, and will be available for
delivery by Christmas.
Proceeds from this sale will ben-
efit the church building fund. The

Methodist Women have headed up
this project. To order a cookbook,
mail your order to First United
Methodist Church 1285 Jackson
Ave. Chipley, FL 32428.
Please include a check payable
First United Methodist Church,
along with your name, address,
and phone number. Or contact
the church office at 638-0010; Jen-
nifer Lowery at 258-7613 (daytime)
or 638-3176 (evening- before 8 p.m.
please), or any member of the
Methodist Women.

Unity Baptist homecoming
Unity Baptist Church at 3274
River Road in Vernon will celebrate
its 128th Homecoming on Oct. 1.
Services begin at 10:30 a.m. Guest
speaker is the Rev. Leon Burke.

Women's Missions yard sale
Section 6, Women's Missions
yard sale for missions' at 911 N.
Hubbard St, Bonifay, Oct. 1-3, from
8 a.m. until. All donations go to mis-
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See You At The Pole celebrated throughout the area

BONIFAY - Students at Holmes County High School
were among those celebrating See You At The Pole
Wednesday, Sept. 23. More coverage online at :
chipleypaper.comrn and b a' .


African Methodist Episcopal
SGrant Tabernacle AME:-577 Martin
Luther King, Chipley. Pastor is the Rev.
Larry Brown.
New Bethel AME: U.S. 90 in Bonifay.
Pastor is Alice Hennessey.
St. John AME: 3816 Clemmons Road,
Vernon. Service on first and third Sundays
at 11:15 a.m. Pastor is the Rev. Leon
St. Joseph AME: 1401 Monroe
Sheffield'Road, Chipley. Pastor is the Rev.
Roy Hudson.
St. Luke AME: 4009 Jackson
Community Road, Vernon. Service on
second and fourth Sunday at 11 a.m.
Pastor is the Rev. Leon Singleton.
Assembly of God
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Carmel Assembly of God: County
160 in the Bethlehem Community. Pastor
is Tommy Moore.
Cords of Love Assembly of God: 2060
Bethlehem Road in the Kynesville area.
Pastor is Jerry Sanford.
Ebro Assembly of God: State 79
South. Pastor is Uoyd Lykins.
I Faith Assembly of God: Underwood
Road behind Poplar Springs School.
Pastor is Charles Carlton.
Grace Assembly of God: 567 N. Main
St. Pastor the Rev. Dallas Pettis.
Graceville First Assembly of God:
5565 Brown St. Pastor.is Charles
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 sipper. Pastor is Michael
Little Rock Assembly of God: 1923
Highway 173, six miles north of Bonifay.
Pastor is the Rev. Ben Peters.
Live Oak Assembly of God!Just off
Highway 177-A north of.Bonifay. Pastor is
Danny Carnley.
. 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 is the Rev. Clyde Smith.
New Bethany Assembly of God:
Shaky Joe Road just off Highway 280
at Hinson's Crossroads. Pastor is Lebn
' New Life Fellowship Assembly of
God: 695 Fifth St., Chipley. Pastor Vince
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 Avenue. 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
Abigail Free Will Baptist: Dawkins
Street in Vernon.
Berean Baptist: 1438 Nearing Hills
Road in Chipley Pastor is Jesse Bowen.
Bethany Baptist: 10 miles north of
Bonifay on Highway 79. Pastor is Ed
Bethlehem Baptist: Highway 177.
Pastor is Dr. Wesley Adams.
Beulah Anna Baptist: Coursey Road a
half-mile off Highway 81. Pastor is David
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 South Blvd. Pastor is Ben Hull.
East Pittman Freewill Baptist: half-mile
north of Highway 2 on 179. Pastor is
Herman Sellers.
Eastside Baptist: Highway 277.
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.Esto First Baptist: 1050 N. Highway
79. Pastor is Ryan Begue.
Evergreen Missionary Baptist: Church,
The Fellowship at Country Oaks:
574 Buckhorn Blvd., 17 miles southeast
of Chipley off Orange
Gap Pond Free Will Baptist: 1980 Gap
Blvd. in Sunny Hills. Interim Pastor is the
Rev. George Cooper.
Gritney Baptist Church, 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
Lovewood Free Will Baptist:
1745 Lovewood Road, Cottondale. Pastor
is Henry Matthews.
Mt. Ararat Missionary Baptist:
1233 Old Bonifay Road, Chipley. Pastor is
Dr. H.G. McCollough.
Mt. Zion Independent Baptist:
Highway 2, one mile west of Highway 79
in Esto. Pastor is Steve Boroughs.
New Beginning Baptist: 1049 Sanders
Ave., Graceville. Pastor is Rudolph
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,
New Orange Baptist: 782 Alford Road.
Pastor is Alcus Brock.
New Prospect Baptist: 761 New
Prospect Road, Chipley. Pastor is Kermit
New Zion Baptist: Highway 177-A
north of Highway 2.
Noma'Baptist: Highway 175 north of
* Highway 2.
Northside Baptist: Intersection of
Highways 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 is Phillip Gainer.
Orange Hill Missionary Baptist,
816 Sunday Road, Chipley Pastor is the
Rev. James Johns.
Piney Grove Free Will Baptist:
1783 Piney Grove Rd, south of Chipley.
Pastor is Tim Owen.
Pleasant Hill Free Will Baptist:
1900 Pleasant Hill Road.
Poplar Head Independent Free Will
Baptist: Poplar Head Road. Pastor is the
Rev. James Pate.
Poplar Springs Baptist 1098
Lovewood Road, Graceville. Pastor is
John Howell.
St. John Free Will Baptist. St. John's
Road, Bonifay
St. Matthew's Missionary Baptist: 4156
St. Matthews Road, Caryville. Pastor is
the Rev James Johns.
Salem Free Will Baptist: 2555
Kynesville Road (Highway 276) between
Cottondale and Alford Pastor is Donnie
Sand Hills Baptist 6758 Highway 77.
Pastor is T Keith Gann.
Shady Grove Baptist Church, 1955
Highway 177-A. Bonifay 547-3517.
Shiloh Baptist: Church located on
Highway 277. three miles south of
Highway 90 in Chipley
Shiloh Missionary Baptist 3013
Moss Hill Road in Vernon. Pastor Rev
Marcelious Wilis 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
Vernon First Baptist. 2888 Church St .
Wausau First Baptist: Highway 77 The
Pastor is Chrs Burghoff
West Bonifay Baptist: 609 W Inciana

Grace Lutheran: Highway 90 East,
Bonifay. Interim pastor is Jerry Conley.
Blessed Trinity Catholic: Highway
177-A in Bonifay.
St. Joseph the Worker Catholic:
Highway 77 South, Chipley.
St. TheresaCatholic Church: Sunny
Hills Boulevard, 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
Avenue. Pastor is John Stamey
Church of God by Faith: 3012 Church
St., Vernon. Pastor is Elder T Powell.
Tabernacle of Praise Church of God-
Highway 77 South. Pastor is Victor Fisher.
Church of God In Christ
Spirit-Filled Church of God in Christ:
2128 Pate Pond Road, Caryville. Pastor is
Elder Tony Howard.
Yes Lord Deliverance Church of God
in Christ: 739 Seventh St. (next to the
National Guard Armory) in Chipley. Pastor
is David Woods Jr.
Church of God in Prophecy
Bayview Church of God Prophecy:
1097 New Bayview Church Rd. Bonifay.
Pastor Herbert Foskey.
Church of Gdd of Prophecy: 1386 W.
Jackson Ave., Chipley. Pastor is Ernest
St. Matthew's Episcopal: Highway 90
West, Chipley. Vicar is Ward S. Clarke.
HarriS Chapel Holiness: Eight miles
north of Caryville on Highway 179.
Pastors are the Rev Norman and Judy
Sweet Gum Holiness: 105 Corbin
Road, Cottondale.
Third United 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.
Temples are available in Dothan and
Panama City.
Mosque available in Blountstown.
Fifth United Pentecostal Holiness
church, 776 Peach Street, Chipley. Pastor
is Elder Billy Wilson and Assistant Pastor
is Evangelist B. Snipes.
First United Pentecostal: 1816
Highway 90 W., Chipley. Pastor is James
First United Pentecostal: 2100
Highway 90 West, Westville. Pastor Jason
Open Pond United Pentecostal: 1885
Highway 179-A. Westville. Pastor is Ray
Trinity Pentecostal Tabernacle
Highway 77 between Sunny Hills and
Greenhead. Pastor is Larry Willoughby.
True Holiness Pentecostal: 5099
Little Rock Circle, Ebro Pastor is Louis
D. Brown.
Turning Point First United Pentecostal:
Highway 90 West, Chipley Pastor is
James Caudle
Wausau Pentecostal Holiness: 2201
Pioneer Road. Pastor is James Barwick.
Seventh Day Adventist
Bonifay Seventh Day Aoventist 604
Mathusek St. Pastor is Jeff Westberg.
Bethlehem United Methodist Highway
177. lOOK for sign.
Bonifay United Methodist Oklahoma
Cedar Grove United Methodist. Two
miles west of Millers Crossroads on
Highway 2 Pastor is John Hinkle
Chioley Frst Unitea Methodist
1285 Jackson Ave
East Mt. Zon United Methodist.
Highway 173 N, 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 Ho:mes County's
New Hope community Pastor is the Rev
Tocm W.ano33n
New Hope United Methodst State
Roan 79 sctir cf Verr"-
Orange Hill Un;:ed Metnc ast Sunday
Rcad :- Crarge Hi; Read Pastcr is Ron
Oter Creek Unrted Me"' ast North
o: Ponce de Leci L Hg' 7ay a ; (look
for sign)
Pleasant Grove Ua ted Methodist
A. I

2430 Shakey Joe Road, near Hinson
Poplar Head United Methodist: 1.5
miles north of Highway 2 on Highway 163.
Red Hill United Methodist: State Road
2, two miles west of SR 79. Pastor is the
Rev. Buddy Pennington.
Vernon United MethodistChurch;
3540-A Main St.., Vernon; 535-2655;'
Pastor Steve McCoy.
Wausau United Methodist: Highway
Chipley First Presbyterian: Fifth Street
and Watts Avenue.
Sunny Hills Presbyterian: 3768
Country Club Blvd. Pastor is Kenneth
Amazing Grace Faith Fellowship
Assembly 3253 Highway 2. Pastor is
Bobby Tidwell.
Bonifay House of Prayer: 826 N.
Caryville Road. Pastor is Devon Richter.
Bonnett Pond Community Church:
2680 Bonnett Pond Road between
.Wausau and Vernon. Pastor is the Rev.
Teddy Joe Bias.
Caryville Evangelistic Center: Wright's
Creek Road in Caryville, just north of
Highway 90. Pastor is Wayne Brannon.
Christian Fellowship.Center, 1458
Monroe Sheffield Road, Chipley, Pastor is
Isaac Harmon.
Christian Haven: Finch Circle,
Wausau. Pastor Carlos Finch.
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
Cornerstone Fellowship of Chipley;
1301 Main St. (old Chuckwagon),
Chipley, Sunday services 10:30 a.m.
Pastor is Larry Capan.
Cornerstone Harvest Outreach:
Corner of Reno and Fanning Branch,
Vernon. Pastors are Willis and Drucile
Courts of Praise: 1720 Clayton Road,
Chipley Pastor is Rick Lovett. '
Covenant Community Fellowship,
844 Main Street, Chipley. Pastor is Joey
Cypress Creek Community Church:
2.5 miles west of Alford at 1772
Macedonia Road. Pastor is James
FaithCovenant Fellowship: Highway
277 half-mile south of 1-10.
Family Worship Center: 531 Rock Hill
Church Road.
Grace & Glory Worship Center: 1328
Railroad Ave., Chipley Pastor is Debbie
Graceville Community: 1005 E. Prim
Ave. Pastor Dale Worle .
Holmes Valley Community Church:
3550 Fanning Branch Road, Vernon.
Pastors Willis and Drucile Hagan.
House of Prayer Worship Center:
763 West Blvd. Pastor is Anthony B.
Liberty Church: Creek Road in
Vernon. Pastor is Dennis Boyett
Moss Hill Church: Second and fourth
Sunday. 2 p.m. Off Highway 279.
New Effort Church. New.Effort Church
Road, Bonifay Pastor is Brent Jones.
New Faith Temple Church of Prayer
FFA.P; 841 Orange Hill Road. Chipley;
638-4982: Pastor Annie Holmes.
Northwest Florida Christian Church
4465 Highway 77 (meets Sundays at
6 p m. for Bible study) Pastor is Fred
Pine Hill Church. 1675 Robins Bridge
Road, Bonifay 32425 Pastors B T
Owens and James Bush
The Potters Hands Greenhead at
corner of H;ghway 77 ano PFre Log
Road Pastors are Rcbet ar'a Shela
Sapn Holiness Church 2207 Saop
Roac Cottonaa!e
Someone To Care International
Ministries Inc 1705 P:oree- Rsad
Chipley Just 2 5 mi es east of ca.uton
light in Wausau Pastmc is the Rev S. J
Sunny Hills Cnapel 4283 Highway 77.
Pastor is William E Hc'man
. Trnity Free Church. Living, Loving
God. old Hovel! Chevrcle tLu dng.
Tuesday and Tjr'soays a: 6 3C o m
each night. Sunday 2 30-4 30 D m TG
Hobbs. castor
SVernon Eveage;'" ~. Highway 79
Pastor Ke -:n .'sr c-
White Dcub'e Po- Pasto" is Michael
The Word Cr-'cn 335 Aford Road
Cottondale Pastors are Budd, ana
Jeanne Stee'e

BCF Voice Professor Kimberle Moon was
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Board of Trustees at Tallahassee Community College.

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to serve on the District Board of Trustees at Tallahassee
Community College (TCC).
Moon will be representing Gadsden County.
Moon was reappointed for another term beginning
Sept. 15, and ending May 31, 2013, Moon was first ap-
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Counsel the Dout 6

The third spiritual work of mercy is to counsel the
doubtful.We are hereby instructed to bolster the faith
and confidence of those who doubt.This may involve
reassuring others that God cares about them and that
He has everything under control, or it may involve an.
even more basic assurance that God exists. On the
other hand, if someone is convinced that God does
not exist, counseling the doubtful may simply involve
telling them that God cares about them nonetheless,
and that His love for them is not conditioned upon
their belief in Him. Sometimes a person's doubts are
of a more personal nature; many of us suffer from
low self-esteem and a lack of confidence in our own
abilities. Counseling these people may simply involve
telling them to trust themselves. Self-doubt can be
crippling, and a reassuring pat on the back and some
words of encouragement from a trusted friend or
family member may often be all that is needed to
melt away any lingering doubts. As always, we should
counsel others with tact and discretion, remember-
ing that our advice, especially if unsolicited, may not
always be welcomed.Therefore, we should carefully
reflect on how we might counsel the doubtful, in
order to best restore their faith and confidence.
And convince some, who doubt.
R.S.V.Jude 22

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B6 I Holmes County Times-Advertiser I Washington County News


Wednesday, September 30, 2009


Alma Corbin Davis, 103,
of Graceville died at her
home in Graceville on Sept.
She was born in Wash-
ington County on Sept. 6,
1906, to the late Jonathan
J. and Florence Barton
Morris. She worked with
Gold Kist Peanut for over
25 years and then worked
with Grady's Seafood for
over 50 years, retiring at
the age of 98. A woman of
true character, she was
nevel idle.
She is preceded in death
by her daughter Bonnie

Pelham and granddaugh-
ter Kathy George Gilmore.
Survivors include her
children, Allie Jenkins and
husband Harold, and John-
nie George, all of.Gracev-
ille, and Mitchell Pelham of
Dothan; seven grandchil-
dren and seventeen great-
Fnmeral services were
held Sept. 21 in the funeral
home chapel with Bro.
Ronnie Toole officiating.
Burial followed in Collins
Mill Cemetery with James
.& Lipford Funeral Home in
Graceville directing.

Joseph 'Joe' Edward
Bankston Sr., 60, of
Graceville died Sept.
16, 2009, at Southeast
Alabama Medical Cen-
ter, Dothan, Ala. He was
born June 23, 1949, in
Decatur, Ga. to Alonso
Gordon and Louise Mace
Bankston. He was em-
ployed at Campbellton-
Graceville Hospital.
In addition to his par-
ents, one sister Martha
Bankston and one grand-
child J.J. Bankston pre-
cede him in death.
Survivors include

his wife, Marsha Jean
Bankston of Graceville;
one son, Joseph Edward
Bankston, Jr. and his wife
Tammy of Vernon; one
daughter, Robin Cook
and her husband, Seth
of Graceville; and five
Funeral services were
held Sept. 21 in the
funeral home chapel
in Bonifay. Interment
followed in the Salem
United Methodist Church
Cemetery in Jackson
County with Peel Funeral
Home directing.

Leon Harrell Nelson, 88,
of Jacksonville died Sept. 19,
2009, in St. Luke's Hospital
in Jacksonville. A native of
Chipley, he was born March
23,1921, to the late Cary Will
and Mel Harrell Nelson.
He had been a resident of
Jacksonville for the past 25
years. He was a retired gas
station owner and was a
U.S. Navy veteran of WWII.
His iife, Carolyn Stokes
Nelson and a son, Richard
Keith Nelson preceded him
in death.
Survivors include one
son: Cary Nelson of Atlanta,

Ga.; one daughter, Edith
Ann Nelson Janton and
husband Dr. Ronald Jan-
ton of Bolton, Conn.; three
grandchildren and many
Funeral services were
held Sept. 24 in the funeral
home's Main Street cha-
pel with the Rev. Alcus
Brock officiating. Inter-
ment followed in Glenwood
Cemetery with Brown
Funeral Home of Chipley
is in charge of the arrange-
ments. Friends and family
may sign the online register

William M. Brown

Sarah F. Guyer

Mamie S. Carver

SWilliam McKinley Brown,
74, of Vernon died Sept. 19,
2009, at Gulf Coast Medical
Center in Panama City. He
was a native of Washington
County and of the Methodist
faith. He retired from Louisi-
ana Pacific after more than
20 years.
Survivors include three
daughters and sons-in-law,
Miranda and Frederick
Bethune of Pensacola, Sha-
lana and Tony Waldoff of
Maryland, Melisande and
Reginald Peterson of Peoria,
Ill.; Goddaughter Shelia and
husband Robert Patton;
four sons, Curtis Jackson

and wife Aria of Crestview,
Mitchell D. Brown and
Terence R. Brown, both of
Vernon, Pastor William K.
Brown of Augusta, Ga.; two
sisters, Lee Ann Davis and
Aggie M. Peterson and hus-
band James of Vernon; 16
grandchildren arid 10 great-
Funeral service was
conducted on Sept. 24 at
St. Luke A.M.E. Church in
Vernon with Pastors William
Brown and Reba Sorey of-
ficiating. Interment followed
in the church cemetery with
Cooper Funeral Home of
Chipley directing.

Eva M. West
Eva Mildred West, 87, of Bonifay died
Sept. 24, 2009, at Bonifay Nursing and
Rehab. She was born Dec. 24, 1921,
in Graceville to the late Herman and
Willie Mae Condrey Foxworth.
In addition to her parents; her
husband, Clyde West and one son,
Charles West, precede her in death.
Survivors include, four sons, Don
Phillips'of Havana and James
West, both of Havana, Tommy West and
wife, Lois of Bonifay and David West
and wife, Ester of Dothan,
Ala.; 11 grandchildren, 17 great-
grandchildren and one great-great-
Services were conducted Sept. 26 in
the funeral home chapel with the Revs.
Shelly Chandler and Jeep Sullivan
officiating. Interment followed in
the Bonifay City Cemetery with Peel
Funeral Home directing.

Sarah Frances Guyer,
70, of Chipley died Sept.
14, 2009, at her residence.
She was born Sept. 8,
1939, in Chipley to the late
John and Jeanette
Survivors include
her children, Debbie M.
Carr of Michigan, Lo-
retta F Tidwell of Florida,
Bridgette J. Ferguson of
Kentucky, Linda R. Estes
of North Carolina, Billy
Jack Miller of Alabama,
William J. Dykes of Ohio,
Theresa S. Dykes of Ala-
bama, and Grady L. Mat-
thews of Michigan; five

Laura E. White
Laura Edna (Jerrell) White, 91,
died Sept. 17, 2009, at her home. She
was born in Pike County Indiana on
March 21, 1918, to Lawrence and
Emma Mae Wilhite Jerrell. She,
worked at Western Electric in In-
dianapolis for 28 years and attended
Lzagora Congregational Methodist
Survivors include her son, David
and his wife Jean White of Holmes
County; four grandchildren and four
Funeral services were held Sept.
22 at Harris Funeral Home in Pe-
tersburg, Ind. with the Rev. Russell
Brune officiating. Interment followed
in Walnut Hills Cemetery with Harris
Funeral Home in charge of arrange-
Memorial donations can be made
to a favorite charity.

sisters, Norma Jean Hen-
derson, Betty Joe Babb,
Helen Hooker, Diane
Dedek, and Carol Wilson;
one brother, Donnie Da-
vis; fifteen grandchildren,
and six great-grandchil-
A memorial service
was held Sept. 20 at the
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah
Witnesses in Chipley with
Brother Fink officiating
and Davis-Watkins Funer-
al Home and Crematory
Condolences may be
shared with the family at

Mamie Sue Carver,
79, of Chipley died Sept.
19, 2009, in the Southeast
Alabama Medical
A native of Abbeville,
Ala. she had been a
resident of Chipley
for the past 30 years,
coming from Dallas,
She was a
homemaker and of the
Baptist faith.
She was preceded in
death by a grandson.
Survivors include her
husband, Alvin Carver of
Chipley, two daughters,

John Marvin Engram

John Marvin Engram, 98, of Chipley
died Sept. 22, 2009, at his home. He was
born Feb. 6, 1911 in Ashford, Ala. to Ed-
ward T. and Annie Moore Engram. He
had lived in Chipley since 1937 coming
from Bay County. He retired after 43
years from Gulf Power as an appliance
serviceman and had 35 years of service
with the Chipley Kiwanis Club where
he served as treasurer for 32 years. He
had perfect attendance until his recent
Engram was chairman of the Ration
Board for Washington County during .
World War II, and a member of; the Ma-
sonic Lodge Orion No. 40, Washington
County School Board, hospital Board of
Trustees, Literacy Volunteers of Wash-
ington County, Chamber of Commerce
in Washington County. He was also a
two-term Mayor of the City of Chipley, a
council member, chairman of the welfare

Virginia Dale of Tyler,
Texas and Marie
Hitzelberger of Gun
Barrel, Texas;
"five grandchildren
and nine great-
Funeral services
were held Sept. 22 in
the funeral home's Main
Street chapel with
Dr. Paul Foxworth
officiating. Interment
followed in Wachob-
Forest Lawn Cemetery.
Friends and family
may sign the online
register at http://www.

board, member of the original Span-
ish Trial Playhouse serving as a board
member, member of the Panhandle
Promenaders square dance club, helped
restart the old Falling Waters Country
Golf Club and was a member of the of the
First United Methodist Church in Chi-
pley serving as treasure and chairman of
the administrative council.
Survivors include his wife of 70 years
Elaine Engram of Chipley; two daugh-
ters: Leslie Adams and husband Dwight
of Enterprise,'Ala. and Dana Taylor and
husband James of Chipley; five grand-
children; 14 great-grandchildren: two
great-great-grandchildren and several
nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held Sept. 26, :
at the First United Methodist Church in
Chipley, with the Rev. Jerry May officiat-
ing. Burial followed in Glenwood Ceme- '
tery with Obert Funeral Horii diredtig."'4

Kenny Linton, 53, of Marianna
died Sept. 23, 2009, at his resi-
dence. He was born in Panama
City and lived in Marianna where
he graduated from Marianna High
School. Kenny was the owner of
Linton Machine Shop for a num-
ber of years.
He was preceded in death by
his mother, Dorothy Chance Lin-

Kenny Linton
Survivors include his wife,
Peggy Cobb Linton; one son, Jake
Linton.and his wife, Leslie of
Marianna; five daughters, Melissa
Linton of Marianna; Kristy Vickery
and husband Jake of Phenix City,
Ala., Sandy Baker and husband
Jared of Bonifay; Lacey Patterson
and husband Antonio of Campbell-
ton, Josie Register and husband
Joey of Graceville; his father and

step-mother, William Jacob and
Betty Linton of Wewahitchka; one
brother, Jeffery Wallace Linton of
Gainesville and 11 grandchildren.
Funeral services were Sept.
26 at Christian Center Church.
in Marianna with the Revs. Jack
Hollis and Ernie Gray officiating.
Burial followed in Lipford Cem-
etery with James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel directing.

John Henry Castleberry,
53, of Marianna died on
Sept. 24, 2009, in Marianna.
He was a native of Jack-
son County.
His parents, Pruitt C.
and Evelyn "Dolly" Castle-
berry, preceded him in
Survivors include three
brothers; Pruitt C. Castle-

berry, Daniel D. Castleberry
both of Marianna and Wil-
liam C. Castleberry of Altha;
two sisters, Dorothy C.
Teems of Marianna and Vio-
la (Liz) C. Hill of Graceville.
A memorial service will
be held at a later date with
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel in
charge of arrangements.

Ronnie P. Girton

Ballard Bowers

Ronnie Patricia Girton of Graceville
died Sept. 21,2009, after and extended
struggle with Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma.
She was employed by Big Bend Com-
munity Based Care as an accounting
specialist. She had previously operated an
assisted living facility in Jackson County
and worked with the Jackson County Se-
nior Citizens as a case manager. She was
a member of Westgate Church of Christ
in Dothan, Ala. and a former member of
Graceville Church of Christ.
Her parents, Ruth and Archie Landis
of Hartford, Ala. and hergrandparents
Evalea and Houston Hensley of Hartford
and Louis and Harvey Landis of Walters,
Okla. preceded herin death.

Survivors include her husband of 27
years, Steve and their three children, Jei-
nifer Leal and husband Jeff of New Port
Richey, Jameson Girton and wife Bridget
of Graceville and Jordan Girton and wife
Crystal of Marianna; sister, Vickie Smith
and husband bill of Midland City, Ala.;
brother, Archie Landis, Jr. and wife Toni of
Hartford and three grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on Sept.'
25 at Westgate Church of Christ with
Williams Funeral Home of Graceville in
charge of arrangements.
Memorial donations may be made to
the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society at
LLS.org or the Westgate Church of Christ
Missions Committee.

Ballard Bowers, 83, died Sept. 19,
2009. He was born Oct. 18, 1925, in Walton
County, to Theodore and Beria Bowers.
He was a resident of Walton County
and Baptist by faith.
He was an avid hunter and fisherman,
very outgoing and never met a stranger.
He was a veteran off the World War II
serving his country in the U.S. Navy
having served on the ABSD'-1, and in the
Leyte Gulf conflict. He
was known.for having '01 School'
He was preceded in death by his
parents; his wife Betty Jo Hardwick
Bowers; one brother Leo Bowers and
one sister Melva Newby.

Survivors include his daughter, Gloria ,
Bowers of Porce De Leon; son, William
Teddy Bowers and wife Nina of Panama
City; brother-in-law, William Hardwick
and wife Merle of Ozark, Ala.; sister,
Lynell Bell and husband Cliffton, Sr. of
DeFuniak Springs; two grandchildren
and two great-grandchildreii.
Funeral services were held Sept. 24
in the funeral home chapel with the Rev.
Henry Hazzard officiating.
Burial followed in the new Ponce
De Leon Cemetery with Clary-Glenn
Funeral Home of De Funiak Springs,
To offer condolences and sign guest
book, visit www.clary-glenn.com.

Community CALENDAR

CLOSED: Wausau Library.
8 a.m.-5 p.m. - Holmes County
Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m. - Chipley Li-
brary open.
1-6 p.m. - Vernon Library
10 a.m.-noon - Holmes Coun-
cil on Aging provides hot meals
and socialization.
10 a.m. - 2 p.m. - The Vernon
Historical Society Museum is open
to the public every Wednesday
from 10 a.m. till 2 p.m. and meet-
ings are the fourth Wednesday of
the month at 2 p.m.
11 a.m. - Washington Council
on Aging (located in Chipley) se-
nior lunches, for reservations call
638-6217, donations accepted.
Noon - Bonifay Kiwanis Club
weekly meeting, held at Simbo's
Restaurant in Bonifay.
1 p.m. - Line dancing, Wash-.
ai.-\ '. ;^ " ' ,, ," ' "

ington Council on Aging in Chi-
7 p.m. - Depression and Bipo-
lar Support Group-meets at First
Baptist Church educational annex
building in Bonifay. Call 547-4397.
8 p.m. - Alcoholics Anony-
mous open meeting, held at Ponce
de Leon Methodist Church, lo-
cated on Main Street in Ponce de
CLOSED: Vernon Library
8 a.m.-Holmes County Library
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library
1-6 p.m.-Wausau Library open.
10 a.m.-noon - Holmes Council
on Aging provides hot meals and so-
11 a.m. - Washington Council
on Aging (located in Chipley) senior
lunches, for reservations call 638-
6217, donations accepted.

11:30 a.m. - Friends of the
Washington County Library meet-
ing, held at Chipley Woman's Club
Noon - Alcoholics Anonymous
open meeting, New Life Assembly
Fellowship, Chipley.
1-6 p.m. - Wausau Library
4 p.m. - Chipley City Coun-
cil workshop, held at Chipley City
4:30 p.m. - Holmes County
Historical Society meeting, held at
Historical Society building, located
at 412 Kansas Ave. in Bonifay.
6-9 p.m. - GED Prep classes
each Tuesday and Thursday at
Washington-Holmes Technical Cen-
ter, 757 Hoyt St. in Chipley.
6 p.m. - TOPS meeting, held
at Mt. Olive Baptist Church, locat-
ed three miles north of Bonifay on
Hwy 79.
6 p.m. - Holmes County Tax
Watch meets at Simbo's Restaurant

on Hwy 79 in Bonifay.
6 p.m. - Ponce de Leon City
Council meeting.
8 p.m. - Narcotics Anonymous
meeting, held at Blessed Trinity
Catholic Church in Bonifay.
8 p.m. - Alcoholics Anonymous
meeting, held at New Hope Volun-
teer Fire Station, located on Hwy 2
in Holmes County.
CLOSED: Wausau Library
8 a.m.-5 p.m. - Holmes County
Library open.
1-6 p.m. - Vernon Library
9:30 a.m.-1 p.m. - Chipley Li-
brary open.
10 a.m.-noon - Homes Coun-
cil on Aging provides bingo, exer-
cise, games, activities, hot meals
and socialization.
10:30-11 a.m. - Wausau Li-
brary preschool storytime.
11 a.m. - Washington Council

on Aging (located in Chipley) se-
nior lunches, for reservations call
638-6217, donations accepted.
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 Anony-
mous open meeting, held at Pres-
byterian Church in Chipley
CLOSED: Wausau Library, Chi-
pley Library, Vernon Library
8 a.m.-noon - Holmes County
Library open.
7-10 p.m. - Geneva Senior Citi-
zens Dance at Geneva Community
Center, North Iris St., every Satur-
day for those 21 and older, country
music by the Flat County Band.
Admission is $4, 50-50 give-away, re-
freshments, no smoking or alcohol.

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Joseph E. Bankston Sr.

Leon Harrell Nelson

John H. Castleberry

Wednesday, September 30, 2009



Former Speaker of the Florida House, Allan Bense, recently addressed
students in the Chipola College Honors program. Pictured from left are:
Rep. Marti Coley, Honors adviser Bonnie Smith, Allan Bense, Honors
adviser Robert Ivey, and Chipola president Dr. Gene Prough. Bense served
in the legislature from 1998 to 2006 and as House Speaker from 2004 to

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Melinda Sherrill,'center, accepts the September Chipola College Career
Employee of the Month award from Chipola president Dr. Gene Prough,
left, and Dr. Jayne Roberts. Sherrill serves as Department Associate in the
Chipola Financial Aid Office. She has worked at the college since 1997.


Breast Cancer
Cancer Awareness Sym-
posium will be held at the
Jackson County Ag Con-
ference Center at 2741
Penn Avenue. Program
speakers will be on hand
and supper will be served
at the 6th Annual Breast
Cancer Awareness Sym-
posium, Thursday, Oct. 22
at 5:30 p.m. at the Jackson
County Agriculture Con-
ference Center located at
2741 Pennsylvania Avenue,
The event s free of
charge, but advance reg-
istration is requested as
seating is limited. For res-
ervations, call the Breast
Cancer Symposium Line
at 850-718-2884.

DAR essay contest.
MARIANNA - Local stu-
dents will vie for more
than $500 in prizes to be
given in December to win-
ners of the DAR American
History Essay Contest (for
Grades 5-8) and the Chris-
topher Columbus Essay
Contest (for Grades 9-12.)
Chipola Chapter, NSDAR
sponsors both contests.
The deadline to enter is
Nov. 16. Research should
begin as soon as possible
as a complete bibliography
of sources is required and
considered by the judges.
The topic for the DAR
American History Essay
is "The Transcontinen-
tal Railroad." The essay
should discuss the golden
spike ceremony at Prom-
ontory Summit, Utah on
May 10, 1869. It should
give the viewpoint of one of
three groups and consider
the feelings of either a Chi-
nese or Irish worker who
worked on the railroad, a
settler planning to use the
railroad to travel to a new
home in the west, or a Na-
tive American whose way
of life would be changed by
the railroad. The length of
the essay for fifth graders
is 300 to 600 words and stu-
dents in Grades 6-8 must
write 600 to 1,000 words.
The topic for the Chris-
topher Columbus Essay
Contestis "Christopher Co-
lumbus' Early Influences."
The essay should discuss
and analyze Christopher
Columbus' early influences
and experiences and shoy
how these contributed to
success and failures in his
voyages of exploration."
The essay may NOT be
more than 750 words.
For entry forms and
complete guidelines please
contact DAR American
History Chairman Mary
Robbins at snoopyxii60@
hotmail.com or 850-209-

Headland Harvest
Day Festival
HEADLAND, Ala. - The
Headland Chamber of
Commerce is making plans

for its 38th annual Harvest
Day FestivalTO be held on
Saturday, Oct. 10, around
the Town Square of Head-
Festival activities
from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. will in-
clude live entertainment
throughout the day and
plenty of arts and crafts,
food vendors and games
for all ages, which include
moonwalks, pony and
train rides, wall climber,
bull ride, bungee jump and
many other rides. Admis-
sion is free of charge.
The Headland Chamber
is now taking applications
for vendors. For more in-
formation or to have your
name put on our vendor
mailing list, contact the
Chamber office at 334-693-
3303; or write to Harvest
Day Festival, Headland
Chamber of Commerce,
P O. Box 236, Headland,

AL 36345. An inform
packet will be mailed
you. You can get a ve
form and a rules and
lations form on our
site at www.headla

An Expression
Panhandle Pic
Settlement will host
ebration honoring it
year anniversary on I
beginning at 3 p.m. A
cial ceremony is pla
and the Mass Comm
Choir will perform
lowed by a country 1
The Panhandle Pi(
Settlement was found
1989 by Willard and
Smith. To learn
visit http://www.p
seum.org or call 85C

ed to

New term at Chipola

endor Chipola College offi-
regu- cials have added a new
Web "C" term during the Fall
ndal. semester to give students
another opportunity to en-
roll in classes. Deadline to
0f submit a financial aid ap-
of plication for Term C is Oct.
1. Early registration is on
Oct. 15. Classes begin Oct.
neer 16 and run through Dec.
a cel- 16.
ts 20-
3ct. 3
k spe- Tax credit still
inned available for
fol- first-time homebuyers
buffet The first-time home-
buyer tax credit is still
oneer available. Offered through
led in the American Recovery
Linda and Reinvestment Act of
nore, 20009. The one-time $8,000
pmu- tax credit is available to
3-674- first-time homebuyers
who purchase a home by

Dec. 1, 2009.
Homebuyers can claim
the $8,000 on their federal
income tax return or they
can apply it to their down
payment. The tax credit is
available to single taxpay-
ers with an income of up to
$75,000 and up to $150,000
for married taxpayers fil-
ing a joint return.
Detailed information is
available at www.federal-
housingtaxcredit.com. For
more information about
he federal tax credit pro-
gram, contact a realtor in
your area.

Boggy Bayou Mullet
NICEVILLE - The 33rd
Annual Boggy Bayou
Mullet Festival is sched-
ulbd for Oct. 16-18 and
will be held at the intersec-
tion of Hwy 85 North and

College Boulevard.
Entertainment on the
children's stage will in-
clude and array of clown
shows, magic shows, and
cartoon characters each
day of the festival.
Chuck Wicks is sched-
uled as the Friday night
entertainer. Doctor Zarr's
Amazing Funk Monster
will take the stage both Fri-
day and Saturday night.
Blake Shelton will en-
tertain the crowd on Sat-
urday night.
Several church groups
are scheduled through out
the day on Sunday and Bil-
ly Ray Cyrus will close out
the festival Sunday.
For detailed informa-
tion on the entertainers
and other activities, visit
the website at www.cityof-
niceville.org and link to
the Mullet Festival or call

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1160 -Loas
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Separate sealed BIDS for
(CDBG) will be received by
the Washington County
Board of County Commis-
sioners at the Washington
County Administrative Of-
fice until 3:00 pm (CST) on
October 15, 2009. The bid
will be awarded at the next
scheduled Washington
County Commission Meet-
ing. There will be a MAN-
ING on October 1, 2009 at
11:00 am (CST) at the
Washington County Ad-
The Chipley Industrial Park
Access Road is located
within the City of Chipley,
Florida near the intersec-
tion oJ Pecan Street arid
Highway 90 north of the
CSX Rail Line. This proj-
ect consists of clearing
and grubbing of approxi-
mately 5.5 acres of pro-
posed roadway
right-of-way for access to
'and from the proposed
Chipley Industrial Park
site. The roadway is to be
24 feet wide with swales
on either side for
stormwater treatment. Util-
ities will consist of a 10"
water main with all neces-
sary valves and meters
and a 2" waste water force
MENTS include all perti-
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properly respond. The TOGETHER with 1985 make reasonable
documents may be exam- 14'X60' mobile home, ID modations for
ined at the following loca- NO# HH6063 upon request. Plea
tions: Any person claiming an in- the City Clerk at
Washington County Ad- terest in the surplus from the City Clerk at
ministrative Office, 1331 the sale, if any, other than 535-2842 to make
South Blvd., Chipley, FL 'the property owner as of quest.
32428. thedate of the lis pendens As published ii
Preble-Rish, Inc., 877 must file a claim within 60 Washington
County Hwy. 393 North, days after the sale. News September
Santa Rosa Beach, FL Dated: September 15,30 & October 3
32459. 2009. & O
Copies of the CONTRACT LINDA H. COOK 14,17, 2009.
DOCUMENTS may be ob- Clerk of Court
trained at the following lo- By: J.C. Rogers Public Auction
cation upon payment of Deputy Clerk
$200.00 for each set CERTIFICATE OF SERV- The following vehic
(Non-refundable): ICE be sold at Public ,
Washington County Ad- I CERTIFY that a true and at Nichols Auto Rep
ministrative Office, 1331 correct copy of the forego- Towing @ '1146 J
South Blvd., Chipley, FL ing Notice of Sale under Ave. Chipley, FL. 32
32428 FS. Chapter 45 has been 8:00A.M. on the fo
The Board reserves the furnished by United Sates dates:
right to waive informalities Mail on September, 2009, OCT. 23RD, 96 N
in any bid, to accept to each of the following: C A R
and/or reject any or all WESLEY KELLY, Washing- JN1CA2106TT73858
bids on the whole or in ton County Jail. 1100 NOV. 5TH, 02 MIT
part with just cause, and to Brickyard Road, Chipley, C A R
accept the bid that in their FL 32428 AND 1904 4th 4A3AA46G62E1101!
judgment will be in the Avenue, Wausau FL NOV.-5TH, 93 T
best interest of Washing- 32463, BRIDGETT KELLY C A R
ton County. 1892 6th Avenue, Wausau JT2AE09E1P00081C
As published in the FL 32463 and TIMOTHY H. DEC. 3RD, 09
Washington County News WELLS, Post Office Box T R U C
September 23, 26, 30, 155, Bonifay, FL 32425, at- 2GCFK13Y47173121
2009. torneyfor TD. SMITH. DEC. 3RD, 05
J.C. Rogers C A R
Court Clerk 2G1WW12E859129!
As published in the Wash- As published in the
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ington County News Sep- ington County New
FOR WASHINGTON member 23, 30, 2009. in oCu N
COUNTY, FLORIDA tember 30, 2009.
Case No. 67-09-CA-160
TD. SMITH, Tharp & Sons Mini
Plaintiff, NOTICE OF in Chipley will hold
vs. QUALIFYING on these units
WESLEY KELLY AND non-payment of rer
BRIDGET KELLY, itofrFlorida ants will have until
Defendants. The City ofEbro, Florida 17, 2009 to pay in
will hold Qualifying for Checks accepted.
CLERK'S NOTICE OF Seats 1,3, and 5 1. Barbie Lewis, Chi
SALE UNDER FS. CHAP- Any resident voter desir- 2. Marvin Finch, Chi
TER45 ing to become a candi- 3. Michelle At
NOTICE IS GIVEN that, in date for the office of Afford 4., B. J. Davi
accordance with the Sum- Councilperson may do ley 5. April Baxte
mary Final Judgment of tondale, 6. Scotty D
Foreclosure dated August so by filing a written no- Cottondale,8. Unkni
6, 2009, and this court's twice of candidacy with As published in the
Order Rescheduling Judi- the City Clerk. A quali- ington County Newv
cial Sale in the fying fee of $5.00 for tember 30, & Oct.
above-styled cause, I will Councilperson will be 2009.
sell to the highest and best required. All other forms
bidder for cash, at the
North door of the Wash- necessary for qualifying
ington County Courthouse, can be picked up at Ebro '
1293 Jackson Avenue, Town Hall. The qualify- 1110
Chipley, Florida 32428 at ing of candidates will r'COLR SE
11:00 a.m. on October 15, begin at 8:00 a.m. Octo-
2009, the following de- ber 19, 2009 and end at Get Your Classife
scribed property: : 00 p . n O t I in
Lots 7, 8 and 9, Block 65, 1:00 . on October 22, COLOR.
LESS East 60 feet of Lots 2009. Call now for de
7, 8 and 9, LESS North 10 The City of Ebro adheres and be notice
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3230 4100 1 6140
Yard Sale. Oct. 2-3, Fri. &
Sat., at 1207 Cambellton Administrative
Ave. 8AM-Untill. Everything 3 br, 1 ba, New Home in
good. Come one come The City of Chipley Sunny Hills w/d hkup
all!! is accepting applications $750 mo + deposit.
fora EALESTATE FOR RT 50-625-6882.
Recreation 6100 - Business/
Superintendent. Commercial
3240 Minimum Qualifications: 611o-Apartments
Lead Bullets for reloading. Performs administrative 61e0 - Beach Rentals
6130 - Condo/Townhouse
.30 cal to .45 cal. muzzle and managerial duties in 6140 - House Rentals 4BR/31'BA Furnished
loading projectiles, New 38 planning, developing, and 6150 - Roommate Wanted House for rent. In New
special ammo. organizing the city's parks 6160 - Rooms for Rent Hope on 50 acres. $1,350
cumminsbulletsandlube and recreation programs. 6170 - Mobile Home/Lot month 850-333-3734
.com. 1-800-741-9707, Needs thorough knowl- 618i- out-of-Town Rentals a
6190 -Timeshare Rentals
Chipley. edge of all phases of 6200 - Vacation Rentals
S municipal recreation and
, ~administration.
Mail or hand deliver
S32 0S application and/or | 6100Chipley 3br, 1ba House.
SK&L Farm, LC. resume to Storage shed, CH&A, W/D
Green Peanutsfor I CiClerk, Executive Office Space Conn, WS&G incl. $600
S Paiing. I City of Clipley, for rent downtown Chipley. mo $300 dep No Pets
S Boiling. PO. Box 1007 All util. incld 638-1918 850-814-2625
1567 Piney Grove Rd, I Chipley, Florida 32428.
pleyM-; 8-Sat 830. Deadline: Office Space for rent in
M-F; Sat, 8:30. October 2, 2009 - Dunn Building, 3 private
S 850-638-5002, 4:00 PM. C. S. T offices, carpet, heat/air,
" 850-260-5003, I EOE/Drug Free 2nd floor, privacy. Call For Rent 2BR/1BA trailer,
850-527-3380place Dutch 850-579-2821. lean $250. month.
L - A Workplace. clean, $250. month.
3BR/2BA trailer, $325.
month, Ponce de Leon
- G k0 Medical/Healths i _ area. Call 850-259-9113.
| ^3280 Medical/Health -S -aii Leon
250 Gal Fuel Tank, $150.
1 Row Covington planter, Physical Therapy 1 Bedroom apartment for
never used, $650. Water fill Technician rent, $350. and 1 apart-
roller, $500. Built by J&H. Entry levelposition, ment for $400. a month,
necessary, all utilities. 850-547-0956
LARRY CAGLE Applications available at _JorgeSays (
If you need to I Chipley Physical 1Bedroom apartment in g Say
I "buy or sell" I Therapy, Inc. Bonifay kitchen, living
const. equipment; 1414 Main Street ,,:,O i,,-,,,-, ,,i,. .I i
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chair, throttle control. Ex-, Holmes County I COM PE
iellent condition. $2500. Times-Advertiser 1 CHIPLEY DE
Electric wheelchair lift, s-Ave-ier _.LE
hlectic wheeltfcirl, 1BR/1BA, $400, SD $200;
needs to hoolt to a reese IDO ou want a career -BR/1 BA $475, SD $225, 0
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mo.u-teld -iles j-o;: taj r ,-, stove & refrigerator.
late? If you answered F R E E - 97 VO L
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I battery operated, $100.,I motivated. MuiT,me3d. i______ . Leather, Sunroof, AL
Runs good. Car seats,, Advertising Account E .. For rent Sleepy Hollow " SUPER DI
$20. each. Call ecutives. You will have Duplex Apartments
850-541-1099 Ithe opportunity to join a HUD not accepted.
"- -- - - I dynamic and energetic 3BR/1BA. Water, garbage, �

or occasion. Call Linda @ I innovation, and compet- cious, energy efficnt with
850-547-9185 litive spirit to make an" 850-638-7128. 04 CHEy
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ances, lawn-mowers, farm er our organizat For Rent: One Bedroom TRA LBLA
and garden equipment, land your own career. For Rent: One Bedroom
Sg ar stellites for Yu will touch on allme- apartment , $200. deposit Clean, Alloy Wf
frgolf carts, satellites forT at Fr- $375. a month, Includes Priced To G
free. I will pick up. Call d.3 pi*l" T, at Free. garbage, sewer.
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Syour creativity as you
l partner with customers For Rent ,iyu,3,,:, ,.,. _eI $7
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We buy used musical in- couldsetyou up to pur- 4 Door, Automatic, F
mens 8 Downtown, sue a variety of career For Rent Unique CD Player, 24K
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Administrative Chipley, Florida
For more information Publisher's
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COORDINATOR. www.freedom.com
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Cooperative is accepting - , ;.. -:.~ advertising in \
resumes for this position, Equal Opportunity I : , ' . .i subject t EDG
pLeath er. H.g Act whichFu
located in Graceville Employer - - w adv Leather, Sunroof, F
Office. Drug-freeWorkplace i,,, i n,-ice, limitation Luxury!
Requires good time - - -, .,:,,,T,,',ni.n based on SP EC I,
management and race, color, religion, sex,
computer processing I* handicap, familial status or
skills national origin, or an inten-
Qualified candidates, must lion, to miae any such pref-
have a two year erence, limitation or dis-
degr v years mination" Familial status
degree with five years includes children under the
experience in a business age of 18 living with parents Check OU0
office environment or a has an immediate or legal custodians, preg h
four year degree in position available for a nant women and people se-
business or accounting Part-Time custody of children 2008 DODGE
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West Florida Electric applicant informed that all dwellings
Cooperative Assn., Inc., send their resume to: advertised in this. newspa-
ATTN: Personnel per are available on a equal
ATTN: Pennel DOCTORS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL opportunity Iasis. To cornm-
Department, MUitHO WA Mrnis an. All prices and discounts aft
P0. Box 7, Attn: Christy Booth, plain of discrimination call All prices and discounts aft
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For Rent/sale: 3BR/2BA
home in Chipley, CH/A,
$600. month. Handi-cap
equipped. Large Lot, Ref-
erences required, deposit,
1st and last. 850-547-2091
For Rent: 2BR/1BA house
in Caryville, $400. per
month rent, $350. security
deposit. No Pets,
For Rent; 2 & 3 bedroom
mobile Homes. Deposit re-
quired, no pets. Bonifay
Nice Clean Houses, apart-
ments and mobile homes
for rent, near 1-10 & Hwy
79. House for Sale. Owner
Financing. 850-547-2531.
Wausau, Very clean 2BR
MH, nice 2 acres, private
$450 w/dep & lease.
Sunny Hills, 2BR/1.5BA
House, corner lot, carport,
fencing $550 w/dep &
Florida's Best Real Estate
814-8444 or 814-9696

2BR MH for rent with utility
building, window air.
2BR/1BA MH. CH/A. 5 mi-
les north of Vernon on
Pate Pond Rd. 547-4198,
2BR/2BA M.H., Downtown
Vernon. First, last, plus de-
posit. Excellent condition.
No pets. $450 month.
Call 535-6425.
28R/2BA, Great Location:
%Mile from Chipley Mc-
Donalds. 1st and last
month's rent plus security
deposit. Smoke free envi-
ronment, no pets.
$450/month. Call
2br/lbA Mobile Home For
Rent. Quiet Family Park No
pets. $400 month Plus De-
posit. 547-4232.
3BR/2BA Mobile Home.
CH/A. Newer trailers. Free
garbage, water & sewer. 2
miles South of Bonifay.
Call 547-4198, 373-8922.
3BR/1BA, 3/4 mile from
Bonifay Elem School. On
Hwy 177A. Family oriented
park. Call 547-3746.
Bonifay, 3BR & 2BR,
I$375. to $550. mo. No
Pets. 850-699-3599
For Rent: 2 & 3 bed-
room mobile homes in
Bonifay Call
850-547-3462 1
For Rent: 2BD/1BA mo-
bile home on St. Johns
Road, Bonifay, $300.00
month. 850-849-1684
For Rent: 2BR/1BA Mo-
bile Homes $300. month,
plus $300. deposit, no
pets. Call 850-547-2043.
Leave message.
For Rent: 2BR/2BA Mo-
bile home, $400. month
plus deposit. Water, Sew-
age & garbage provided.
For Rent; 2 & 3 bedroom
trailers, total electric, $300.
& $350. month, $200. de-
posit. 850-548-5541
Mobile Home for rent, fur-
nished, 2BR/2BA, very
clean, 4101A Douglas
Ferry Rd. $395.00
Mobile Home for Rent:
3Bedroom 2 bath, $425,
monthly, $100. deposit
Mobile Homes in Cot-
tondale on Sapp Rd, 8 mi-
les E. of Chipley. 3br, 2ba,
& 2br, 2ba, avail. Total
elec. (850)-258-4868 or
Transmitter Mobile Home
Park, on Transmitter Rd, in
Panama City 850-960-0619
Circle J Mobile Home Park
in Chipley, 921 N 2nd St.;
& Graceville 5262 Alabama
St. 2&3 /BR units for rent,
starting @ $350 per mo
For info call 850-691-9224

7100 - Homes
7105 - Open House
7110 - Beach Home/
7120 - Commercial
7130 - Condo/Townhouse
7140 - Farms & Ranches
7150 - Lots and Acreage
7160 - Mobile Homes/Lots
7170 - Waterfront
7180 - Investment
7190 - Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 - Timeshare

Large vacantlot for sale
on Spring Pond in
Washington Coaunt
Th lois on a publ: nr d o :lh
minimum deed resiricion. Build
,our m n dream home ir hold i a
Ifuli investmeri. Co."i to hi ne-
Pmama Cit Ati rt Sedlier ar
m tia:teidonl $60,000.
MLS 388290
Century 21 Commander
Real. Inc.
victorr Jed at 850-819-2188

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2029 Jessie Hail Lane,
14BR/2BA doublewide, I
12005. Has deluxe stain-I
less kitchen appliances, I
central heat & air, auto-
Smatic generator. 2.51
l years remaining home I
warranty, off Hwy 1811
south, between West-
Iville & beaches. I
S$122,000. 8 acres MOL,
2275 Hwy 179, 4BR/1BA
Spacious frame home
With adjacent metal
building prior commer-1
cial use, only $79,000.
Tri-County Realty LLC,
I Mary Coleman; broker, I
1850-547-4480 or
Isee photos at I
I www.cattlemansdaugh- I
ter. I
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3BR/1BA House for sale
w/1BR/1BA apartment & 6
car garage. In Westville.
$35,000. 850- 260-4654.

Land & Home Package
5.5+ acres, 3BR/2BA
Home. Well & Septic
Allowance included.
For Info: 850-638-7701

2BD/1BA block home in
Bonifay, 708 N. Rangeline,
$385.00 month,

Reduced 50K.
Chipley, 2/3BR,, 2BA
like brand new, beautiful
lot w/pond on 3 acres.
Only 45 mins. to Panama
City Beach. Owner may fi-
nance or give $10,000
cash back. $139,900.
OBO. (314) 346-3303.

Defuniak Springs, 4
acre lots ii city with alll
I city utilities available.
I$500. down and $200.
month. 850-699-3599
5. - - - - - .1

Land For Sale:
6 + acres on Yates Settle-
ment Road, Washington
County. Large oaks, high
& dry, quiet country living,
yet close to town. For
more information, Call
day; 850-547-5070 ask for
MaryAnn, Night;
850-573-0253 ask Michael

Two 5 acres & One 10 ac-
res on Buddy Rd. One 10
acres & One 13 acres on
Gainer Rd. Owner financ-
ing For more info call Mil-
ton Peel @ 850-638-1858.

16X80 2BR/2BA w/new
carpet, new paint. Set-up
included. $17,500. Call

3br, 2ba, 1995 MH, 16X76,
Fridge, stove, d/w, power
pole, A/C incld. Clean, you
move $19,500. 638-4228

3BR/2BA Doublewide
w/new carpet and paint.
With set-up included,
$17,900. , Call

3BR/2BA New Zone III
16X80 w/glamour bath, is-
land kitchen. Set-up in-
cluded, $38,900. Call Brad
@ 850-763-778Q.

2 acre+/- at 3471 Lucas
Lake Rd. Chipley, FL,
over looking Lake Hicks
to capture the beautiful
sunsets. Has appx.
1,375 sq ft covered pa-
vilion, 255 sq ft BQ grill
area, 290 sq ft bath-
rooms. Uncovered 600
sq ft deck attch. to pavil-
ion facing Lake Hicks,
w/ private boat ramp.
For an appointment.
Call 334-699-1319

8100 - Antique & Collectibles
8110 -Cars
8120 -'Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 - Trucks
8140 - Vans
8150 - Commercial
8160 - Motorcycles
8170 -Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210- Boats
8220 - Personal Watercralt
8230 - Sailboats
8240 - Boat & Marine
8245 - Boat Slips & Docks
8310 - Aircraft/Aviation
8320 - ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 - Campers & Trailers
8340 - Motorhomes

. .....810-

2006 Mitsubishi Galant.
$10,500. Can been seen
at: Community South
Credit Union, 1044 Hwy 90
E., Chipley, FL.


2000 Chevrolet Subur-
ban. $6,000. Can be seen
at: Community South
Credit Union, 1044 Hwy 90
E., Chipley, FL.

| 8330

2003 5th Wheel Camper.
Keystone Laredo. Excel-
lent condition. Lots of stor-
age. Beautiful cabinets.
$10,500. 850-326-3191,
850-326-3190 or

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All Aluminum Bils0
(Closed Saturday)
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(8501 547-4784* Cell (8501 951-5682
Carole Cannon, Broker
Surveyed small acreage tracts near Hwy. 81.
Road frontage, private, mobile homes allowed.
Some restrictions. Tracts run from 1.44 acres to
5.43 acres * Reduced - almost 3,000 sq. ft.
UR, brick 4/2, country setting $110,000 * 15+-
acres in Leonia area, wooded, over 700 ft. frontage
on Hwy. 181 S47,500 , 21 Lot mobile home
park, 15 park-owned homes, great investment
, Remodeled 3/1,5 brick home on 1.6 acres,
porches, 24x24 metal barn, many extras $149,900.

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